Gas Energy Infrastructure
Below are some of the companies our members continue to invest in, with the assurance provided by CK Group Infrastructure UK.
Northern Gas Networks (NGN) safely and reliably delivers gas to over 2.7 million homes and businesses across the North East, northern Cumbria and much of Yorkshire within the UK. Its network consists of 37,000km of gas mains. NGN delivers great value for money to customers as well as a whole host of economic benefits to the region, stimulating employment and consumer spending. NGN is championing gas as a clean, renewable and cost-effective energy source, actively exploring how our network can be adapted to transport alternative forms of gas, keeping infrastructure costs and customer bills down.
Wales & West Utilities deploys over 2000 staff and partner personnel across an operating region that covers almost 20% of the UK geography. The gas network consists of some 35,000kms of pipe, serving a population of over 7.5million across Wales and the south west of England. The company invests around £2 million per week in building and maintaining the gas network - with much of this involved in a significant mains replacement programme involving the replacement of 450 kilometres of pipework per annum.
Australian Gas Networks is one of Australia's largest natural gas distribution companies who own approximately 25,000 kilometres of natural gas distribution networks and 1,100 kilometres of natural gas pipelines, serving over 1.2 million consumers in South Australia, Victoria, Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory.
Multinet Gas distributes natural gas to 660,000 customers throughout Melbourne’s inner and outer east, the Yarra Ranges and South Gippsland. The network (164 kilometres of transmission pressure pipelines and 9,866 kilometres of distribution mains) transports gas from a high-pressure transmission network to residential, commercial and industrial customers.
Dampier Bunbury Pipeline (DBP) transports gas from the domestic gas producing plants on the Pilbara Coast in Australia to the demand centres in the Pilbara and South West of the State. While DBP’s principle role is the safe and reliable operatorship of the pipeline, our expertise extends far beyond this. DBP is an experienced pipeline maintenance and integrity management operator, spending in excess of 112,000 hours on planned maintenance each year.