Webinar: Asset Investment Planning and Management at National Grid

May 8, 2020 Copperleaf Marketing

This webinar originally appeared on Engerati, Europe’s largest community of utilities and power sector professionals.

National Grid Gas Transmission (NGGT) manages and operates the national gas transmission in Great Britain with a network of approximately 7,660 kilometers of high-pressure pipe and 618 above-ground installations. These assets are long-lived, expensive to maintain and repair, and widely distributed geographically.

Historically, many organisations have generated investment plans or regulatory submissions for investment funding using a modelled view of asset risk and intervention strategies, which often bears little or no resemblance to the projects that are actually delivered. National Grid Gas Transmission and Copperleaf worked together to develop an integrated approach to asset investment decision making that aligns modelled asset risk with real-world financial, performance, and operational delivery constraints.

Watch this webinar to explore the key drivers that led to the change as well as the benefits and improvements realised from the end-to-end process.

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