Company Overview of Scotia Gas Networks Limited
Scotia Gas Networks Limited, trading as SGN, operates and manages a gas distribution network to supply natural and green gas to homes and businesses in Scotland, the South of England, and the parts of Northern Ireland. The company was incorporated in 2003 and is based in Horley, United Kingdom. It has offices and sites in the South of England and Scotland. Scotia Gas Networks Limited operates as a subsidiary of SSE plc.
St. Lawrence House
Horley, RH6 9HJ
Founded in 2003
Key Executives for Scotia Gas Networks Limited
Chief Executive Officer and Member of Safety, Health & Environment Advisory Committee
Managing Director of Scotland
Director of Corporate Communications
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Scotia Gas Networks Limited Key Developments
Scotia Gas Networks Ltd Announces Board Changes
Jan 6 16
Scotia Gas Networks Ltd. announced that Sebastien Sherman resigned as a director on November 24, 2015 and Alejandro Lopez Delgado was appointed as a director on the same date.
Scotia Gas Networks Limited Reports Audited Consolidated Earnings Results for the Year Ended March 31, 2015
Jan 5 16
Scotia Gas Networks Limited reported audited consolidated earnings results for the year ended March 31, 2015. For the year, the company reported turnover of £1,099.9 million compared to £1,096.8 million a year ago. Operating profit was £372.5 million compared to £359.1 million a year ago. Profit on ordinary activities before taxation was £138.4 million compared to £110.9 million a year ago. Profit for the financial year was £102.5 million compared to £112.0 million a year ago. Net cash inflow from operating activities was £500.2 million compared to £401.0 million a year ago. Purchase of tangible fixed assets was £147.6 million compared to £99.0 million a year ago. Net debt at end of year was £4,218.1 million as on March 31, 2015 against £4,193.1 as on March 31, 2014.
ULC Robotics AND SGN Unveil CIRRIS XI and the CIRRIS XR Robotic Systems
Dec 12 15
ULC Robotics and SGN introduced the next generation of pipeline robotics - the CIRRIS XI and the CIRRIS XR Robotic Systems. These robotic systems were strategically developed to allow gas utilities to extend the life of large diameter cast iron pipeline infrastructure. The systems, which are taking on one of the most challenging and sensitive pipeline environments, represent the next evolution of robotics in the gas industry, and are currently undergoing field testing in a live, cast iron gas main in London. The CIRRIS XI Inspection Robot is robotic system that internally assesses the condition of cast iron pipelines and collects critical pipeline integrity data that, before now, network operators were previously unable to obtain. The second robotic system, the CIRRIS XR Repair Robot, repairs leaks and prevents future leaks from occurring through the injection of sealant into the joints of the cast iron gas main. To minimize disruption to the public, both of these groundbreaking robots can carry out their work in live gas mains.
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