Tag: Network Code

  • The Evolution and Functioning of the Traded Gas Market in Britain

    By: Patrick Heather

    In this paper, we examine the evolution and functioning of the traded gas market in Great Britain.1 We will begin by looking at the historical background and the reasons why a successful liberalised gas market was able to develop in Britain. We will look at the Network Code and the National Balancing Point and examine […]

  • Trading Natural Gas in the UK

    By: Liz Bossley

    The objective of this paper is to provide an overview of the UK1 gas market, how it has developed, where it stands currently and how it is likely to develop in the future. It provides a historical context in which to place the various contractual mechanisms by which gas is traded and points out some […]

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