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09/2/14 - $15.03
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51.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
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EX-Date
06/4/15
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Dividend
$49.79
Dividend Yield
5.63%
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national grid plc (NGGTF) Details

National Grid plc transmits and distributes electricity and gas to residential, commercial, and industrial customers. The company operates high voltage electricity transmission and gas transmission networks in Great Britain; a gas distribution system in the United Kingdom; regulated gas and electricity distribution, and high voltage electricity transmission networks in New York and New England; electricity generation facilities in New York and Massachusetts; and liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage facilities in the United Kingdom. It also owns an electricity interconnector in France and the Netherlands; and a 224 kilometer (km) transmission interconnector between New England and Canada. It operates an electricity transmission system comprising approximately 7,200 kilometers of overhead line, 1,400 kms of underground cable, and 335 substations; gas transmission system that consists of approximately 7,660 kms of high pressure pipe and 23 compressor stations connecting to 8 distribution networks and third party independent systems; and gas distribution system consisting of approximately 131,000 kms of gas distribution pipeline transporting gas to approximately 10.9 million consumers in the United Kingdom. The company also operates an electricity distribution network of approximately 116,250 circuit kms in New England and upstate New York; and a network of approximately 56,630 kms of gas pipeline distributing gas to approximately 3.6 million customers in northeastern United States. In addition, it owns 50 fossil fuel-powered units on Long Island with a generation capacity of 3.8 GW; and 4.6 MW unit of solar generation in Massachusetts. Further, the company is engaged in property management, gas and electricity metering, unregulated transmission pipelines, LNG import terminal, and other LNG operations, as well as offers installation and maintenance services to energy suppliers. The company was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Warwick, the United Kingdom.

23,909 Employees
Last Reported Date: 05/18/14
Founded in 1990

national grid plc (NGGTF) Top Compensated Officers

Group Chief Executive Officer, Group Director...
Total Annual Compensation: 2.2M GBP
Finance Director, Executive Director and Chai...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.5M GBP
Executive Director of US and Executive Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.3M GBP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

national grid plc (NGGTF) Key Developments

National Grid plc Announces Appointment of Paul Golby as Chairman of the Safety, Environment and Health Committee and Member of Audit Committee

National Grid plc announced that Paul Golby has been appointed as chairman of the safety, environment and health committee as well as a member of the audit committee. Paul remains a member of the nominations and remuneration committees, effect from 25 February 2015.

National Grid Joins Eversource Energy and Spectra Energy on Access Northeast

Eversource Energy, National Grid, Spectra Energy, and Spectra Energy Partners announced that National Grid is joining Access Northeast, the innovative energy solution for New England, as a co-developer. Lack of sufficient natural gas pipeline infrastructure in New England is driving electricity prices higher, limiting economic competitiveness and growth, and straining systems to the point where serious reliability issues threaten public safety and security. Access Northeast is designed to directly meet these challenges while providing environmental and economic benefits. The project will upgrade existing pipeline facilities and market area storage assets in New England to deliver, on peak days, up to 1 billion cubic feet of natural gas for electric generation markets. The solution will minimize environmental and community impacts by maximizing use of existing pipeline and utility corridors and existing natural gas infrastructure. Once Access Northeast is operational, it is projected to save electric customers an average of $1 billion a year during normal weather conditions and even more during severe cold weather.

Philip Aiken to Step Down from the Board of National Grid plc on 25 February 2015

Philip Aiken will be stepping down from the board of National Grid plc on 25 February 2015.

 

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