The Gas Transmission Investment Programme (GTIP) was developed by Gas Industry Co in late 2011, at the request of industry participants, to address issues relating to efficient access to, and investment in gas transmission. The GTIP comprises Market, Information, and Regulatory Projects. More detail on the GTIP can be found under the GTIP Background tab. Each of those Projects is also discussed in more detail under separate tabs.
Most recently, Gas Industry Co has released an Analysis of Submissions in relation to:
The Panel of Expert Advisors' (PEA) Second Advisory Report on Transmission Access and Pricing (July 2013)
Gas Industry Co’s GTIP Status and Development Report (July 2013)
The Analysis of Submissions can be found here. Significant points include:
The Analysis of Submissions also sets out Gas Industry Co’s proposed path forward, which largely endorses the PEA’s recommendations. In particular, Gas Industry Co has written to the Transmission System Owners (TSOs) inviting them to confirm that they, with support from code signatories and other interested stakeholders, will progress the PEA’s proposals for the industry to adopt and operationalise the guiding principles and recommendations. This letter can be found here.
At the same time Gas Industry Co will continue the Transmission Access and Capacity Pricing Project through its policy development and Gas Act processes identifying and consulting on options. Subject to progress made by the industry itself, this work could lead to a Statement of Proposal that may include regulated terms and conditions of access.