Market Change - Gas is responsible for developing and maintaining the gas market rules, both nationally and on a European scale and overseeing their implementation.
Market Change - Gas is accountable for National Grid's input into the EU and GB industry codes that govern its activities as System Operator of the National Transmission System (NTS). These are the Uniform Network Code (UNC) for GB activities and the various EU network codes that support the move to a single EU market for gas.
Market Change Gas Structure Feb 2016
Head of Market Change - Gas
Capacity and Charging Development
Accountable for producing transportation charges and for developing and implementing commercial changes related to the GB and EU gas markets related to gas charging and system access (capacity) for the National Transmssion System and associated technical issues.
Steve FisherCapacity and Charging Development Manager
To develop National Grid's commercial position for gas through proactive horizon scanning, maximising revenues through RIIO value levers with the ability to respond rapidly and resolve customer driven regime changes.
Ritchard HewittCommercial Strategy Manager
To act as the overall point of contact (internal and external) on EU issues, setting EU strategy to deliver overall ambition and ensure National Grid positively influences EU policy development and formulation through focused and coordinated ENTSOG engagement.
Mike ThorneEU Policy Manager
Gas Markets Development
Accountable for developing and implementing commercial changes related to the GB and EU gas markets, balancing arrangements for the National Transmission System and associated technical issues in addition to managing the contract relationship with Xoserve.
Chris LogueGas Markets Development Manager
For details of specific Modifications see the Joint Office website.
For details of decisions relating to Modifications and other regulatory consultations, see Ofgem's website.