Connections onto the National Transmission System (NTS) are only suitable for the largest consumers of gas; distribution networks, power stations and very large industrial enterprises. National Grid offers three types of NTS connection, Entry, Exit and Storage.All new NTS connections follow the Application to Offer process.
All new NTS connections follow the Application to Offer process.
All new NTS connections and alterations to exisitng NTS connections follow the Application to Offer process.
Here you will find the templates of the contractual documents needed for Entry, Exit and Storage connections.
Use this link to Land and Development for Ordnance Survey maps marked up with NTS pipeline routes.
All users of the NTS must, under the Uniform Network Code, book capacity before they can put gas in to or take gas out of the system.
Our regulator Ofgem has stipulated that we publish a quarterly report on how effective we are in delivering connection offers.
Use this link to email us regarding your proposed NTS connection or modification to an existing NTS connection.