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Construction of the new pipeline bringing natural gas to eight towns in the western area of Northern Ireland, is featured in this month’s edition of natm, the UK’s leading specialist civil engineering journal. The feature article (below), provides an insight into auger-boring techniques used to install a new gas main under the Colebrooke River at…

Significant construction work is currently underway in County Derry which will bring the major new natural gas pipeline in the western area to Magherafelt. SGN Natural Gas, which is extending the network into three counties, revealed that drilling will take place underneath the A31 Magherafelt Road, north of Moneymore which will avoid closing the main…

Mark Davidson, Team Manager, SGN Natural Gas

It’s not every day you meet someone with a qualification in rhinology as part of their job spec, but then again assessing gas odours is no ordinary job. Mark Davidson, Team Manager with SGN Natural Gas, is one of only a few people in Northern Ireland with the specialist qualification which ensures any leaks can…

Investment in new utility infrastructures as part of the Enniskillen Public Realm scheme will total in excess of £8 million, it has been revealed this week. SGN Natural Gas confirmed it is investing almost £2 million to install infrastructure in Enniskillen town centre for the scheduled arrival of natural gas during the coming year, while…

Significant new development work on the SGN Natural Gas network will begin this week at Granville Industrial Estate in Co. Tyrone which will enable some of the biggest companies in the area to reduce their energy costs by connecting to natural gas in the near future. Kier will be carrying out the latest phase of…

Enniskillen town centre will remain open for business during utility works required in advance of the commencement of the £5.2m public realm scheme. Chairman of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Councillor Howard Thornton, said: “Fermanagh and Omagh District Council has been working with utility providers to ensure that upgrade works to their systems and infrastructure…

SGN Natural Gas today announced an early Christmas present for motorists across the network area in the west – a suspension of roadworks in town centres until the new year. A temporary suspension of roadworks to facilitate the busy Christmas trading period came into operation on Monday 26th November and will remain in place until…

Northern Ireland stakeholders supporting Energy Saving Week 5-9 November 2018. Left to right: Bronach Graham Consumer Council, Jonathan Martindale Phoenix Natural Gas, Pat Austin NEA , Brian Rankin Choice Housing Association, Wilma Stewart Power NI, Robert Clements NIHE, Catherine Shine firmus energy, Nigel Brady Bryson Energy, Angela Gracey-Roger Energy Saving Trust, and Lynsey Orr SGN Natural Gas.

Energy Saving Week has been launched across Northern Ireland and will run between 5-9 November 2018. This annual event aims to raise awareness of the simple tips that can help everyone keep warm this winter without increasing energy bills. Energy Saving Week brings together partners from across Northern Ireland working to help everyone save energy, reduce…

November is Northern Ireland’s Carbon Monoxide Awareness Month and SGN Natural Gas fully supports the safety messages highlighted during this campaign by the Health and Safety Executive which aims to help protect the public from the dangers of CO. There many sources of CO, including any wood, oil or gas fuelled appliances. CO is a…

Pictured marking the closure of the old Town Gasworks at Park Road, Strabane in 1988 from left, Seamus McDevitt (manager), George Madden, Paddy Stewart and Patsy Rouse.

As the SGN Natural Gas network beds down in Strabane, a former employee of the old gasworks which served the town for almost a century, takes a fascinating trip down memory lane and welcomes an exciting new era for local homes and businesses now connecting to natural gas. Strabane pensioner Patsy Rouse has created a…

Dominic Scullion, SGN Natural Gas SHE manager, pictured with pupils at St Mary’s PS, Strabane

SGN Natural Gas, which is currently extending the natural gas network into the western area of Northern Ireland, has pledged its support for Gas Safety Week (17th-23rd September 2018) which takes place annually to raise awareness on all aspects of gas safety. The eighth annual Gas Safety Week spearheaded by the Gas Safe Register, sees…

A Mobile Display Vehicle will visit Ballycolman Estate on Thursday, August 30th with information about connection offers currently available to help homes in Strabane switch to natural gas. Energy saving grants are available to eligible households through the Northern Ireland Sustainable Energy Programme (NISEP). SGN Natural Gas schemes approved by the Utility Regulator offers households…

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