GISG represents and promotes the interests of its member companies.
Membership is open to all companies within the gas industry in the UK. For more information visit our membership page here.
Organisations interested in membership of GISG and supporting gas safety in the UK or overseas should contact Adrian McConnell on 020 7706 5155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The AIGT is a body set up to promote the interests of IGTs operating in the UK gas industry and to provide for them the means of formulating, influencing, carrying out and making known policy affecting the IGT market.
AWE plays a crucial role in the defence of the United Kingdom, by providing and maintaining the warheads for the country's nuclear deterrent. This is a role they have held for nearly 60 years. AWE has a critical role to play in being innovative, helping to develop credible, long-term strategies which ensure that the UK deterrent remains safe and effective in support of the Continuous At Sea Deterrent (CASD).
British Gas is a British-owned company. As part of the Centrica Group, it provides gas, electricity and home repair services to millions of customers in Scotland, Wales and England.
At Cadent our job is to connect customers to the gas they use – whether its homes, factories, shops or businesses. We work with other companies to ensure gas is available when and where it’s needed. We own, run and maintain four gas networks in England ensuring that the gas pipes beneath the ground bring gas to your property safely.
CoGDEM is the Council for Gas Detection and Environmental Monitoring. It aims to provide for the efficient organisation and development of the gas detection, gas analysis and environmental monitoring industry and to enhance the common commercial interests of members.
Crane Buildings Services & Utilities (Crane BS&U) design and manufacture a range of engineered flow control products and solutions for the HVAC and Utility sectors.
E.ON UK are one of the UK’s leading integrated power and gas companies – generating and distributing electricity, and retailing power and gas – and are part of the E.ON group, the world's largest investor-owned power and gas company.
ENA - the Energy Networks Association - is the trade association for UK energy transmission and distribution licence holders and operators, acting in the interest of its members in the energy 'wires and pipes' sectors.
Energy UK is the trade association for the energy industry.
Energy UK has over 80 companies as members that together cover the broad range of energy providers and suppliers and include companies of all sizes working in all forms of gas and electricity supply and energy networks.
Founded in 1905, the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) - formerly known as SBGI - is a not-for-profit trade association that provides a leading industry voice to help shape the future policy direction within the energy and utilities sector. Using its wealth of expertise and over 100 years of experience, it acts to further the best interests of its members and the wider community in working towards a sustainable, energy secure and energy efficient future. EUA has three organisational divisions - Utility Networks, the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC) and the Industrial & Commercial Energy Association (ICOM). It also provides secretariat services to several other organisations within the sector. The Secretariat, located in the Midlands, provides a range of support services to help its members further develop their businesses.
Future Energy Group provides specialist engineering solutions to the UK's natural gas, water and electricity utility industries. The Group has outstanding natural gas capabilities deliverng 'the one stop shop' for natural gas connections at all pressure ranges for our 'blue chip' client base. A comprehensive range of niche services is offered to industry as an OFGEM approved Meter Asset Manager (MAM) and experienced maintenance provider of <70 bar(g) Pressure Reduction Installations.
Gas Tag is a pioneering technology company and our ‘tag’ lies at the heart of a revolutionary, scalable gas safety monitoring solution. Gas Tag has been developed to allow landlords to monitor everything – from a single property to hundreds of thousands of rented homes.
As one of the UK’s leading home assistance providers, over two million UK Customers place their trust in HomeServe Membership and turn to us when it comes to fixing, maintaining and looking after their home.
As the gas detection experts, Honeywell brings together nearly 200 collective years of expertise in design, manufacture and technology. Adaptability and innovation are key themes at Honeywell. The company’s comprehensive product range has an option suited to every type of application or industry.
A strong commitment to service and understanding the unique needs of its customers ensures that Honeywell remains the premier provider of gas detection solutions, and a name that is synonymous with excellence.
In addition to the extensive product range, Honeywell also provides a number of authoritative platforms, providing a comprehensive offering of knowledge, expertise and information on every aspect of gas detection.
IGEM (Institiution of Gas Engineers and Managers) is a professional membership body for companies and individuals in the gas industry. As a global network, with a Royal Charter, their aim is to disseminate information to all in the gas industry.
International Energy Group (IEG) is a leading natural gas and LPG distribution and supply business located in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and Portugal. IEG has more than 400,000 customers connected to its networks and has been supplying gas in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man for over 170 years.
A UK supplier of Warm Air, Central Heating, Ventilation, Water Heating & Air Conditioning products for domestic and commercial markets
Meter Provida is the UK’s leading multi utility metering specialist, supplying smart, gas, water and electric metering products, services, and logistics solutions across domestic, commercial, and industrial platforms.
Morrison Utility Services is a leading service provider within the electricity, gas, telecommunications and water sectors. Their business is centred on the provision, replacement, repair and maintenance of utility network infrastructure which their clients (the UK and Ireland's utility companies) own and utilise to deliver water, electricity, gas and telecommunications to consumers.
All gas in the UK passes through National Grid’s national transmission system on its way to consumers. As the sole owner and operator of gas transmission infrastructure in the UK, we work with other companies to ensure that gas is available where and when it’s needed.
Phoenix Natural Gas is the largest gas distribution business in Northern Ireland, being the owner and operator of the licence for the distribution network in the Greater Belfast Area and Larne.
The distribution business is responsible for the development of the pipeline network and also for providing a 24/7 operational and transportation service platform to gas suppliers under the rules of the company's network code.
The Phoenix network currently extends to 3,100 kilometres of intermediate, medium and low pressure mains, which distribute natural gas throughout the licence area, representing around 50% of the population of Northern Ireland.
PN Daly Ltd. is a supplier of gas, water, electricity and telecommunication network design, construction, connection, repair, maintenance and support services. They cater to two main markets, namely the Construction Sector and the Statutory Undertakers Sector (Gas, Water and Electrical undertakers).
SGN was formed on 1 June 2005, following the sale of four of the eight gas distribution networks, they are now the UK’s second largest gas distribution company and operate two of the largest regional gas networks. With operational regions covering over 50% of the landmass, their first priority is to provide a safe and reliable supply of natural gas to all their 5.7 million customers.
Scottish and Southern Energy is one of the largest energy companies in the UK. They are involved in the generation, transmission, distribution and supply of electricity; energy trading; the storage, distribution and supply of gas; electrical and utility contracting; and telecoms.
Wakefield and District Housing Limited (WDH) innovate, create and regenerate, shaping a vibrant Wakefield district - with people at the heart of all they do.