European transmission system operators are obliged by law to publish various updated information on their websites in a common data format on a regular basis.
Here you can view the transparency information according to Regulation 715/2009/EG, the compliance details for NC TAR Article 29 & 30, and the data to be published according to the REMIT Regulation (1227/2011/EG).
NC TAR PUBLICATION
Publication according to NC TAR
Information for standard capacity products for firm capacity (reserve prices, multipliers, seasonal factors, etc.)
Information for standard capacity products for interruptible capacity (reserve prices and an assessment of the probability of interruption)
Information on parameters used in the applied reference price methodology related to the technical characteristics of the transmission system
Technical capacity at entry and exit points and associated assumptions
Forecast contracted capacity at entry and exit points and associated assumptions
The quantity and the direction of the gas flow for entry and exit points and associated assumptions
The structural representation of the transmission network with an appropriate level of details
Additional technical information about the transmission network, such as the length and the diameter of pipelines and the power of compressor stations
Information on the allowed and/or target revenue
Information related to changes in the revenue
Information related to the following parameters: types of assets, cost of capital, capital and operational expenditures, incentive mechanisms and efficiency targets, inflation indices
Information on the transmission services revenue including capacity-commodity split, entry-exit split and intra-system/ cross-system split
Information related to the previous tariff period regarding the reconciliation of the regulatory account
Information on the intended use of the auction premium.
Information on the intended use of the auction premium
Information on transmission tariff changes and trends
Information about the used tariff model and an explanation how to calculate the transmission tariffs applicable for the prevailing tariff period
A detailed and comprehensive description of the different services and their charges
|3.1.2 b) u. c) 1.||Different transportation contracts and other significant documents|
|3.1.2 c)||Network code / standard conditions|
|3.1.2 c) 2.||Specification of relevant gas quality parameters|
|3.1.2 c) 3.||Pressure requirements|
|3.1.2 c) 4.||Procedure in the event of an interruption of interruptible capacity|
|3.1.2 d)||Harmonised procedures applied when using the transmission system, including the definition of key terms|
|3.1.2 e)||Provisions on capacity allocation, congestion management and anti-hoarding and reutilisation procedures||
|3.1.2 f)||Rules applicable for capacity trade on the secondary market vis-à-vis the transmission system operator|
|3.1.2 g)||Rules on balancing and methodology for the calculation of imbalance charges||
|3.1.2 h)||Flexibility and tolerance levels included in transportation and with additional charges||
|3.1.2 i)||Detailed description of the gas system of TSO and its relevant points of interconnection / names of the operators of the interconnected systems or facilities|
|3.1.2 j)||Rules applicable for connection to the system|
|3.1.2 k)||Information on emergency mechanisms|
|3.1.2 l)||Procedures agreed at interconnection points (if relevant) relating to interoperability of the network, agreed procedures on nomination and matching procedures and other agreed procedures that set out provisions in relation to gas flow allocations and balancing|
|3.1.2 m)||Description of the methodology and process used to calculate the technical capacity|
|3.3.(1) a-e, 3.3.(2), 3.3.(3)|
|3.3. (4), (5)||Capacities, Nominations, Renominations, actual physical flows, gross calorific values|
|3.3. (1) f)||Planned and actual interruptions|
|3.3. (1) g)||Planned and unscheduled interruptions|
|3.4 (1) u. (2)||Information on secondary trading||
|3.4 (3)||Balancing services||
|3.4 (4)||Further flexibility service of TSO; here OFC||
|3.4 (5)||Amount of gas in the transmission system and the forecast||
|3.4 (6)||User-friendly instruments for calculating tariffs||
Regulation (EC) No. 715/2009
According to Regulation (EC) No. 715/2009 of European Parliament and the Council on conditions for access to the natural gas transmission networks, and particularly to the Chapter 3 of Annex I of 10 November 2010 (2010/685/EU), the European transmission system operators are bound to publish several updated information in a prevalent format on their websites regularly.
In the following table you will find an overview of the implemented transparency requirements (first column) and where you will find the associated information linked to our website (second column). Further individual information about the requirements, e.g. exceptions, definitions, country/TSO specific interpretations, may be given as well (third column).
Market information regarding VIP Implementation
The VIP France - Germany, VIP Waidhaus NCG and VIP Oberkappel NCG are in operation since the 1st of March 2019.
Please find all the documents published by GRTgaz Deutschland on the right side of the page.
Article 19 Paragraph 9 of the Regulation (EU) 2017/459 (NC CAM) foresees the establishment of virtual interconnection points (VIP). The concerned German Transmission System Operators (TSOs) have in 2018 regularly informed market participants on the intermediate status of implementation as well as on the discussions with the regulatory authorities at the European and national level.