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Proposed Agreement For Identification And Administration Of Unregistered Sites. Chris Warner Network Code Manager. Unregistered Sites. An “Unregistered Site” is: new Meter Point Reference Number in Transporters’ Supply Point Register (SPR) no User Registration (or prior registration) in SPR

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proposed agreement for identification and administration of unregistered sites

Proposed Agreement For Identification And Administration Of Unregistered Sites

Chris Warner

Network Code Manager

unregistered sites
Unregistered Sites
  • An “Unregistered Site” is:
    • new Meter Point Reference Number in Transporters’ Supply Point Register (SPR)
    • no User Registration (or prior registration) in SPR
    • legitimate status where no gas is flowing (usually ‘siteworks’ in process)
    • illegitimate status where gas is being consumed i.e. potential that gas has been illegally taken whilst in the course of conveyance
      • no supply contract between supplier and consumer (NB: Ofgem has the view that a Supply Contract is not ‘valid’ if there is no User Registration in SPR)
      • socialised risk (energy reconciled via RbD)
  • Shipperless Sites are not within scope of this agreement
transporter obligations
Transporter Obligations
  • Transporters Licence Condition 7 obligations
    • to investigate where it appears gas is taken whilst it is ‘in the course of conveyance’
    • to use reasonable endeavours to recover the value of the gas taken in such circumstances (Gas Act Sch 2B provides legal ability to do so)
  • ‘ in the course of conveyance’
    • where a supply contract (or a deemed supply contract) is in place, any point upstream of the ECV
    • where there is no supply contract (or deemed supply contract) is in place, at any point
ngd bgt agreement pilot bgt to provide service on behalf of ngd
NGD / BGT Agreement (Pilot) – BGT to Provide Service on behalf of NGD
  • information from existing Xoserve Unregistered Sites (“Orphaned”) reporting
    • for ‘shipper activity’ MPRNs, relevant shippers have confirmed ‘no interest’ or not responded to request
  • undertake investigation (LC7) on behalf of NGD to
    • establish whether gas is being consumed
    • establish if a supply contract is in place
  • BGT to comply with requirements in respect of treatment of vulnerable customers
  • if gas is being consumed and there is no supply contract in place
    • use reasonable endeavours (LC7) on behalf of NGD to recover the value of the gas costs (NB: no investigation costs)
    • notify consumer that it must enter into a supply contract with a supplier
    • possible future service to undertake disconnection on behalf of NGD where instructed to do so by NGD
bgt service treatment of cost and revenues
BGT Service – Treatment of Cost and Revenues
  • Value of gas costs recovered by BGT on behalf of NGD are returned to NGD
  • NGD pays BGT for investigation and cost recovery services
    • BGT charges required to be reasonable and cost reflective
  • NGD treats revenue recovered and investigation and costs recovery charges in accordance with Licence Condition 7(3) Scheme
    • Changes made to Licence “Transportation Revenue” to maintain revenue neutrality
bgt service status
BGT Service – Status
  • Ofgem is aware of proposal and following various challenges dialogue has taken place to ensure arrangement is acceptable
  • NGD and BGT intends to commence pilot as soon as possible
    • bilateral arrangements to be finalised
    • operational processes/interfaces to be concluded
bgt service next steps
BGT Service – Next Steps
  • Costs and revenues to be monitored on an ongoing basis
  • Pilot likely to commence Q1 2011 and last 12 months
  • At this point review to be conducted and decision taken on whether to extend duration of arrangement
  • Potential success criteria
    • volume of consequential User registrations
    • proportion of invoiced charges recovered
    • extent to which costs recovered meet service charge
    • residual theft detection
bgt service next steps1
BGT Service – Next Steps
  • Comments?
    • To National Grid
    • To Ofgem
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