- Publication date
- 25th October 2018
- Closing date
- 22nd November 2018
- Policy area
Today we published a statutory consultation proposing to modify Part F of Special Condition 5G (Determination of Incremental Obligated Exit Capacity volume and the appropriate revenue drivers to apply) and Part F of Special Condition 5F (Determination of Incremental Obligated Entry Capacity volume and the appropriate revenue drivers to apply) of National Grid Gas plc’s (NGG) gas transporter licence.
We are proposing to add two new exit points, “Keadby 2 Power Station” and “Eggborough Power Station”. We are also proposing to add one new entry point, "Murrow".
We are also proposing that we do not consider any of these points to be relevant points under Article 18(4) of the EU Gas Regulation.
Please send us any views on the issues raised in this letter and the accompanying statutory consultation on or before 22 November 2018 to: firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing to Kirsty Earle, Gas System Integration, Ofgem, 32 Albion Street, G1 1LH. We prefer to receive responses by e-mail.
Responses to our statutory consultation
We received one non-condifential response to our statutory consultation from NGG. This is published on our website with the Statutory consultation on the proposed addition of new exit and entry points to National Grid Gas plc’s gas transporter licence and associated EU relevant points consultation.
- Addition of new exit and entry points and associated EU relevant points decision – Modification of Special Conditions 5G and 5F of the gas transporter licence held by National Grid Gas plc