The Competition Commission (CC) has published its second order following its report in June 2006 on the supply of bulk liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for domestic use. The report identified a number of features of the UK market which were having an adverse affect on competition and therefore proposed a series of remedies. This week the CC published their second order. The first order was issued in 2008 and covered the supply of bulk LPG for domestic use; it did not cover “metered estates” which is the focus of the new order. The new order will affect customers who are supplied using tanks or pipework which supply more than a single customer and when their individual consumption is measured by meter. The full order can be accessed by clicking on this link. Alternatively the CC has produced an explanatory note and this can be accessed by clicking on this link.
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