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© British Gas Trading Limited 2011 Slide 1 Re-establishment of Shipperless Sites UNC0425 Scenarios Scenario 1 – Last Shipper only activity Effective meter withdrawal Meter found in situ Example 1A – Incorrect data flow sent, Transporter identifies meter, Shipper A is contractually responsible for the site back to the effective withdrawal date Example 1B – Effective withdrawal following vacant property. Shipper A fails to register new customer. Shipper A is contractually responsible from the effective withdrawal or meter fit date
© British Gas Trading Limited 2011 Slide 2 Re-establishment of Shipperless Sites UNC0425 Shipper’s liability Scenario 2 – Shipper A withdrawal / Shipper B activity Effective meter withdrawal Meter found in situ Other Shipper activity (e.g. failed registration) 1.Transporter identifies meter in situ and Shipper B activity (failed confirmation, registration, meter readings or asset updates to the C&D store). 2. Shipper B contractually responsible for registration to effective withdrawal date or meter fit date.
© British Gas Trading Limited 2011 Slide 3 Re-establishment of Shipperless Sites UNC0425 Shipper’s liability Scenario 3 – Shipper A withdrawal / Customer activity Effective meter withdrawal Meter found in situ Customer fitted meter Example 3 – Shipper A effective withdrawal. Customer connects meter. Customer signs supply contract or risks disconnection 4. Transporter contacts customer informing them to obtain a supply contract or they risk being disconnected. 3. Shipper A passes evidence to Transporter. 2. No supply contract obtained by the customer - Theft in Conveyance. 1. Shipper A writes to customer notifying them to obtain a supply contract.
DRAFT Shipperless and Unregistered sites 3 November 2010.
Third Energy Package for Change of Supplier 2009/73/EC.
Shipperless & Unregistered Workgroup Wednesday 29 th January 2014.
AQ Appeals and the BTU form Chris Warner. 2 AQ Appeals and the BTU form Presentation reflects NGD’s view of UNC regime as drafted and is intended to.
Implementation of Non Effective Days Nexus Workgroup – March
Reasonable Endeavours Claims Distribution Workstream MOD231 16/12/08.
SGN S&U Update Lisa Warnock 1 st November Agenda Data cleansing (set to dead/extinct) Shipper interaction SGN root cause measures.
New project process – timescalesDN xoserve IGT/ Agent Shipper Apply for connection Ref IG123 OR AG123 Issues quote Ref DN123 Accepts quote Quotes Developer/UIP.
Project Nexus Workgroup 9 th September Background During detailed design a number of areas have been identified that require clarification with.
Project Nexus Workgroup Unique Sites 4 th November 2014.
1 Modification 422 Creating the permission to release data to Meter Asset Provider organisations A presentation by the Community of Meter Asset Providers.
CSEPs Update Chris Warner. 2 Background Review Group 0157 Incremental Improvements (eg: UNC Modifications 0167, 0180V, 0200) Ofgem CSEP Group
Shipperless & Unregistered Workgroup Friday 1 st November 2013.
Xoserve sense checks & validation Reasonable Endeavours Claims.
Copyright National Grid Metering NGM Daily Meter Reads UNC RG 0175.
MPRN Creation Workgroup Tuesday 27 th March 2012.
Shipperless & Unregistered site working group Recommendations to Process Backlog Shipper Activity Monthly report No interest - orphaned Widened identity.
P274 – National Revenue Protection Service. 2 Principles of X-industry gas theft service The impact on the participants will be revenue neutral (no supplier.
UNC Mod 392/ IGT Mod 040 Proposal to amend Annex A of the CSEP NExA table, by replacing the current version of the AQ table August 2011.
1 Industry Shipperless & Unregistered Working Group Wednesday 3rd November 10.00am at xoserve.
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