Shale gas has been in the news this week, and not because of noisy protests. It was reported that IGas have started drilling for shale gas at its Barton Moss site outside Manchester. Small protests were held, but the company have said it is not “fracking”. Meanwhile, in a survey for the BBC in the north-west, it seems a majority of...View details View more news
The Utility Networks Division represents and promotes the interests of energy and utility network companies by providing a range of value-adding services to members. The Division has three key member areas which help steer and formulate the consensus view on industry issues- Data & Metering, Network Engineering & Equipment and Gas Storage Operators.
Information and networking are at the heart of the services provided to members who also benefit from our advice and information, and our extensive network of contacts in business, Government and NGO’s. The effectiveness of the Division relies on active engagement by member companies, facilitated and supported by the secretariat team.
Gas distribution network operators, network engineering contractors and equipment providers, metering and metering services companies, data and communication management companies and gas storage operators.