Gas Future Operability Planning (GFOP)
The gas landscape has changed considerably in the past 15 years. We expect this to continue in the short, medium and long-term.
The GFOP describes how this ever-evolving landscape may impact gas network operability, with the aim of setting the direction for solutions that benefit all market participants.
Delivering within-day customer needs now and into the future
How customers bring gas on and off the transmission system has changed. Through this study, we want to:
better understand what influences within-day behaviour and how this could change in the future
test our physical network's capability to continue to meet future within-day needs
June 2018 - Future gas supply patterns
This, our third document across 2017 and 2018, describes how variability in supply pattern seasonally and day-to-day has changed, and could change in the future.
Your input through these documents will help us to outline the future needs of the network and determine a set of potential options that meet these needs.
March 2018 - Future gas-fired generation demand
In our November document, we introduced four drivers of change that could create future operability challenges over the next 30 years. This document takes a deeper look into one of these drivers: increasing gas-electricity interactions.
Based on our findings, we have identified uncertainties that need further study to better understand the operability risk they pose. We want you to challenge our assumptions, telling us how you think gas-fired generation will change in the future.
Our latest thinking on the issues that matter most to gas market participants
Engage with us
We want to hear your views on:
- our findings
- the areas we are focusing on
- opportunities for collaborative working.
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Download the Gas Ten Year Statement (GTYS)
Any changes we are making to our decision-making and operational processes as a result of our findings in the GFOP will be outlined in our GTYS.