Network Engineering & Equipment Group

A wide variety of companies make up the group, operating mainly across the gas network, wider utilities and its supply chain.

The group consists of around 40 members including:

Cadent, SGN, Northern Gas Networks and Wales & West Utilities, Independent Gas Transporters, National Infrastructure Providers, Utility Infrastructure Providers, Independent Connection Providers, supply chain and distribution companies, utility training providers, testing, inspection and certification companies, Power-to-Gas and clean fuel specialists, CNG and biomethane consultants along with energy, innovation and geotechnical specialists.

The NEEG groups work streams and activities are member led and fluid in nature, representing what best serves the business interests of member companies. Output is very much based around member liaison forums and engagement activities with relevant companies and industry organisations.

The presentations from the ‘EUA UK Hydrogen Standards, Specifications & Technical Forum’ held on 26th January 2022 are now available - please contact ana@eua.org.uk.

Speakers:  

  • Energy Networks Association: Dr Thom Koller, Head of Gas Goes Green.
  • Cadent: Tom Notman, Director of Net Zero Delivery
  • BSI: Gavin Jones Standards Development Manager (Hydrogen) Malcolm Howe, Chair BSI GSE/33 Gas Supply and BSI GSE/500:Gas Infrastructure
  • IGEM: Ian McCluskey, Head of Technical and Policy
  • ENA:  Dominic Cummings, Chair Technical Standards Forum (SGN Senior Engineering Policy Manager)
  • HSE: Stuart Hawksworth, Head of Centre Energy, HSE Research and Science Centre
  • Northern Gas Networks Russ Oxley/Jarred Knott/Tom Greenwood
  • DNV: Graham Bennett FEI, Vice President, Energy Transition and Innovation
  • Progressive Energy: Senior Project Engineer Dr Navdeep Kahlon