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IGT Connections

Independent Gas Transporters (IGTs) develop, operate and maintain local gas transportation networks under a licence granted by Ofgem.

IGT networks are directly connected to the Gas Distribution Network (GDN) or indirectly to the GDN via another IGT. New housing and commercial developments form the largest share of the IGT market. If you live in a property constructed since 2006 you are likely to have gas infrastructure from an independent transporter.

IGTs design and construct gas infrastructure and retain ownership of the networks. The licence also enables iGTs to adopt newly built networks, designed and built by third parties.

There are currently seven IGT AiGT members that are operating networks, some of which have more than one licence.

Energetics
Energy Assets
ES Pipelines
Fulcrum Pipelines
GTC Pipelines
Independent Pipelines
Indigo Pipelines Limited

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