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Here you will find gas pipelines projects we are currently working on and those we have completed.
An asset management plan (AMP) is intended to be the principal document that communicates gas pipeline businesses asset investment and maintenance plans.
The Commission has engaged an external expert (AECOM) to assess the risk management practices applied by gas pipeline businesses (GPBs) against an internationally recognised risk management framework.
The Commission has engaged an external expert (AECOM) to assess the practices which First Gas Limited apply in managing the geotechnical risks which affect their transmission pipelines.
Effective asset management is crucial for gas pipeline businesses (GPBs). Sound asset management is an integral part of ensuring that GPBs improve efficiency and provide services at a price and quality that reflects the demands of consumers.
On 31 May 2017 we reset the default price-quality paths (DPP) that apply to gas distribution and gas transmission businesses.
In 2013 we set the first default price-quality path for gas pipeline businesses.
We require gas pipelines businesses to publish information each year detailing their performance.
Here you will find the amendments made to information disclosure requirements since 2013, including determinations, reasons papers, and consultation documents.
Here you will find summarised information on different aspects of each gas distributor's performance.
Gas pipelines businesses can apply for exemptions or modifications to information disclosure requirements in some circumstances.