Shaping the future of the St Fergus Gas terminal
Stakeholders have told us it's a site of fundamental importance to the UK, as it currently provides flexibility, supports security of supply and supports access to the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) gas; helping to keep gas prices low.
The St Fergus gas terminal, which accepts gas from three sub-terminals, is currently one of the highest utilised sites on the national transmission system (NTS).
The access to UKCS gas also allows access to oil production, another benefit to the UK economy.
The terminal has been in continuous operation for over 40 years and requires a level of investment to both re-life a number of assets on the terminal and (subject to establishing the future operation) make the compressors that receive gas from the North Sea Midstream Partners (NSMP) sub-terminal compliant with new environmental legislation.
Building on what stakeholders told us during the RIIO-2 process, we have now completed a formal consultation that asked for stakeholder input to:
identify any changes in stakeholder needs for the terminal
seek views on including wider market impacts in our assessment
determine how to recover assumed funded works via charges.
Download the consultation document
Download the consultation report
Watch the consultation playback webinar
Here are the non-confidential responses we have received:
We also held an industry webinar on 10 August 2021, to provide an overview of the consultation. You can watch a recording of the webinar and download the slides.