While SGN are leading the project, we’re not working alone. Our project partners are all are experts in their fields.
Dave Lander Consulting will provide gas quality expertise and develop policy and standards in the gas quality area for implementation throughout the project. Dave Lander Consulting participates in BSI/ISO standards committees (Natural Gas and Gas Analysis) and currently represents National Grid and the UK at Marcogaz Expert Working Groups in Gas Quality, Energy Measurement and Biogas.
Kiwa Gastec Ltd is an energy consultancy, Notified Body, UKAS-accredited testing laboratory and training centre with expertise in gas, oil, solid fuel, renewable technologies, food, feed and farm processes, construction materials, water and electricity. Kiwa Gastec will support all gas appliance work in the project.
DNV GL are independent advisors providing consulting, design, assurance and project execution services. DNV GL will perform a risk management and advisory role within the project.
Working with our customers
We need the consent of our customers to enter their homes in order to conduct the initial survey and the testing that will follow.
We have a Customer Engagement Plan which sets out how we will keep our customers and the local community informed about what we are doing and why. But we don’t want all the communication to be one way. We welcome feedback and suggestions from our customers, and we’ll look at a number of ways we can do this e.g. public meetings in the community, social media.
Get in touch – we’d love to hear from you.
Working with our stakeholders
Our stakeholders are all those who are affected by the project, or who can influence its success. Often, they are also the people and organisations whom our customers will turn to for advice and support.
We have started talking to our stakeholders, and we’ll continue to work with them over the duration of the project. We want to keep them up to date and listen to what they have to say about what we’re doing. We’ll ensure that we take their views into account in making decisions as the project progresses.
If you are an individual or organisation who will be affected by our project, get in touch – we want to hear what you have to say.
Working with us
We are committed to ensuring the local community gets the greatest benefit possible out of this project. Wherever possible, we’ll be working with local suppliers to ensure the local economy benefits as well.
Information about our project, how it will affect you, and how to get involved.
Gas network innovation competition full submission pro-forma
Project progress report (Jan-Jun 2014)
Project progress report (Jul-Dec 2014)
Project progress report (Jan-Jul 2015)
Project progress report (Jul-Dec 2015)
Project progress report (Jan - Jun 2016)
Quantitative risk assessment (Jan 2016)
Risk factor update (Oct 2016)
Opening up the gas market- Full report (Oct 2016)
Opening up the gas market- Executive summary (Oct 2016)
Opening up the Gas Market Successful Delivery Criteria 1
Opening up the Gas Market Successful Delivery Criteria 2
Opening up the Gas Market Successful Delivery Criteria 3
Opening up the Gas Market Successful Delivery Criteria 4
Opening up the Gas Market Successful Delivery Criteria 5
Opening up the Gas Market Successful Delivery Criteria 6
Opening up the Gas Market Successful Delivery Criteria 7
Opening up the Gas Market Successful Delivery Criteria 8
SIU Gas Quality Report (July 2017)