The Gas Governance (Compliance) Regulations 2008 (the 'Compliance Regulations') came into effect on 11 September 2008. The purpose of the Compliance Regulations is to provide for the monitoring and enforcement of the following gas governance arrangements:
- the Gas (Switching Arrangements) Rules 2008
- the Gas (Processing Facilities Information Disclosure) Rules 2008 (expired June 2014)
- the Gas (Downstream Reconciliation) Rules 2008
- the Gas Governance (Critical Contingency Management) Regulations 2008
These rules and regulations, together with the relevant provisions of the Gas Act 1992, can be viewed under our statutory framework.
The day to day work that occurs as a result of these Regulations and how they are put into operation can be found in Current Arrangements.
Determinations and Settlements, made by the Market Administrator and the Rulings Panel under the Compliance Regulations, can be found in Breach Determinations and Settlements.
The original development of the Regulations and subsequent amendments, including previous consultations, can be found in Background.