Following their recent expansion as an Independent Gas Transporter (IGT), Squire Energy is pleased to announce the completion of their first IGT network on Curzon Street in London. The installation was undertaken for a new residential development in Mayfair to provide a seamless route for the gas distribution network.
The Squire team were on site to make the connection to Cadent gas network with approximately 10m of PE pipes laid from the road into the building. A purpose made cellar entry was installed on the pipeline, with a blanked off valve to be used for future extensions to all meter positions in the premises.
Stuart Thomas, Director at Squire Energy says, “We are delighted that we have delivered our first IGT connection to get our new offering at Squire Energy off the ground. It was a tricky installation, as we had to carry out the job during a road closure working collaboratively with UK Power Networks. However, despite this, we worked well together to ensure the successful completion.”
Squire Energy is the ninth Independent Gas Transporter (IGT) in the UK, with the licence granted by the industry’s regulator Ofgem, allowing them to design, connect, install, operate and maintain gas transporting networks and gas pipeline systems. Combining these IGT capabilities with their existing services and as a Meter Asset Manager (MAM) and Ofgem Approved Meter Installer (OAMI) allows Squire to provide complex gas infrastructure and metering solutions to their client base, providing them with full end-to-end solutions and allowing them to have one point of contact for their gas needs.
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