Transmission Pipeline Balancing Statement of Proposal - Analysis of Submissions and Decision

 

Gas Industry Co has completed its review of New Zealand transmission pipeline balancing and has concluded that a regulatory solution is the preferred option for improving balancing arrangements and meeting the objectives of the Gas Act and GPS. Gas Industry Co has determined that the participative regulation option, first described in the Transmission Pipeline Balancing Second Options Paper, should be pursued. This is Gas Industry Co’s statement of proposal to pursue this option.

 

Transmission Pipeline Balancing Statement of Proposal - Analysis of Submissions and Decision
 
Gas Industry Co has completed its review of submissions on the Transmission Pipeline Statement of Proposal.
 
 
The next step is for Gas Industry Co to make a recommendation to the Associate Minister of Energy and Resources.

Previously Consulted On

Supplement to the SOP - Analysis of Submissions

Date Published: 28 February 2011

Gas Industry Co has completed an analysis of submissions and cross-submissions on the Supplement to the SOP.

To view the analysis, please follow the link below.

Transmission Pipeline Balancing - Supplement to the October 2009 Statement of Proposal

Date Published: 18 January 2011

Gas Industry Co has determined that, before making its formal balancing recommendation to the Associate Minister of Energy and Resources, it is prudent to pull together and explain all the work that has taken place since the Transmission Pipeline Balancing Statement of Proposal was published in October 2009.

This paper contains:

• an update on developments since the Statement of Proposal
• a description of key changes made to the Draft Rules following further industry discussions (including a copy of the Draft Rules)
• implementation plans for the Draft Rules determined with industry input, and
• a quantitative cost-benefit analysis of the Draft Rules

Submissions received

Cross-submissions on the Supplement to the October 2009 Statement of Proposal

Date Published: 30 October 2009

 

All submissions and cross-submissions will be considered in an analysis of submissions paper.

 

Submissions received