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Overview

Downstream Reconciliation is concerned with reconciling volumes of gas leaving the high pressure transmission system with volumes consumed by end-users, and appropriately attributing those volumes, plus any unaccounted-for-gas (UFG), to retailers.

The current Gas (Downstream Reconciliation) Rules 2008 (the Rules) came into effect on 14 September 2015.

The day to day work that occurs as a result of the Rules and how the Rules are put into operation can be found in Current Arrangements.

The trial of a daily allocation model (D+1 (Daily Allocation)) that arose as a result of the second phase of the Rules review, and any current consultations can be found in the Developing section.

The original development of the Rules, along with subsequent reviews and amendments and previous consultations can be found in Background.

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Original Link: https://gasindustry.co.nz/work-programmes/downstream-reconciliation/overview/

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