Revenue drivers

National Grid Gas (NGG) is funded to provide baseline levels of capacity through its price control settlement. If National Transmission System customers wish to buy additional capacity (known as incremental capacity), NGG  automatically receives additional funding via revenue drivers to support its investment in delivering that capacity.

Revenue drivers are used to automatically adjust NGG's allowed revenue upwards in response to demand for additional capacity which is backed by a financial user commitment.

This section contains consultation and decision papers for revenue drivers put in place after TPCR4 and other associated work.

Publications and updates

  • Published: 12th Oct 2015
  • Decisions
  • 1 Associated documents
Approval of National Grid Gas' Generic Entry and Exit Revenue Driver Methodology Statement revised in 2015.

  • Published: 3rd Aug 2015
  • Decisions
  • 2 Associated documents
This letter explains why consent is given to National Grid Gas Transmission to update the Generic Entry and Exit Revenue Driver Methodology Statement without accompanying statements from an Independent Examiner.

  • Published: 23rd Oct 2013
  • Decisions
  • 1 Associated documents
The Authority’s decision to approve National Grid Gas’ Generic Entry and Exit Revenue Driver Methodology Statement 2013.

  • Published: 30th May 2012
  • Decisions
  • 1 Associated documents
The Authority has directed changes to National Grid Gas’s gas transporter licence.

  • Published: 20th Apr 2012
  • Closed: 18th May 2012
  • Consultations and responses
  • 2 Associated documents
This document gives notice that the Authority intends to amend NGG's gas transporter licence to include new revenue drivers for exit capacity in the South East.

  • Published: 19th Dec 2011
  • Closed: 31st Jan 2012
  • Consultations and responses
  • 7 Associated documents
This consultation sets out how Ofgem proposes to calculate revenue driver values for a number of power station and storage sites projects in the South East region. We invite comments from all interested stakeholders on these proposals.

  • Published: 20th Jun 2011
  • Decisions
  • 1 Associated documents
The Authority has directed changes to be made to National Grid Gas’s gas transporter licence. The licence modifications are necessary to include new revenue drivers and additional exit points in the Licence.

  • Published: 19th May 2011
  • Closed: 16th Jun 2011
  • Consultations and responses
  • 2 Associated documents
This document gives notice that Ofgem intends to amend National Grid Gas’s transporter licence to include, amongst other things, additional revenue drivers.

  • Published: 22nd Mar 2011
  • Closed: 20th Apr 2011
  • Consultations and responses
  • 5 Associated documents
This document consults on the methodology for setting revenue drivers at the exit points at Pembroke (Phase 2) and Tonna (Baglan Bay).

  • Published: 27th Apr 2010
  • Decisions
  • 1 Associated documents
The Authority directs changes to National Grid Gas’s (NGG) transporter licence. The modifications enable NGG to recover revenue from making incremental capacity available at the exit points at Barking (Horndon) and Coryton 2 (Thames Haven) Power Station.

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