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An Integrated Asset Investment Planning and Management Process at National Grid Gas Transmission

National Grid Gas Transmission (NGGT) owns and operates the high-pressure gas transmission network in Great Britain, including over 7,500 kilometers of pipe and over 600 above-ground installations. These assets are long-lived, expensive to maintain and repair, and widely distributed geographically.

In preparation for the next regulatory period, National Grid embarked on a journey to improve its Asset Investment Planning (AIP) and Project Portfolio Management (PPM) capabilities—to deliver the highest value for its customers, today and into the future.

Read this case study to learn how C55™ will help NGGT deliver its business plan as cost-effectively as possible, contributing to a 4% efficiency on capital expenditure, saving £11 million per year! Benefits include:

  • Improved asset risk management
  • Employee productivity improvements
  • Enhanced portfolio planning
  • System rationalization
  • Improved agility

We needed a system that would integrate all our disjointed data. Now that we have C55, we have synergies between our data and our departments.The work is driven by the software and this has brought about a fundamental change in the way we operate.

Jowita Uler

Portfolio Planning Manager

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