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CMPs and anti-hoarding in European LNG terminals Results from public consultation. Rocio Prieto - Comisi ó n Nacional de Energ í a 19th Madrid Forum 21-22 March 2011. LNG imports in 2010. LNG represents 18% of total gas supplies in Europe in 2010 2010/2009 LNG imports growth: 25.4%. 4,581

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Cmps and anti hoarding in european lng terminals results from public consultation

CMPs and anti-hoarding in European LNG terminalsResults from public consultation

Rocio Prieto - Comisión Nacional de Energía

19th Madrid Forum

21-22 March 2011


Lng imports in 2010

LNG imports in 2010

LNG represents 18% of total gas supplies in Europe in 2010

2010/2009 LNG imports growth: 25.4%

4,581

(7,7%)

14,170

(23.8%)

10,506

(17,6%)

2,250

(3.8%)

6,657

(11.2%)

923

(1.5%)

20,523

(34.4%)

Tm imported per country in 2010

() Percentage of total European LNG supplies

Source: Waterbone


European lng imports in 2010

European LNG imports in 2010

Norway

4%

Qatar

41%

Others:

Perú

Yemen

Libya

Oman

Ecuatorial Guinea

Trinidad

7%

Algeria

21%

Egypt

5%

Nigeria

18%

Source: Waterbone


European lng imports in 20101

European LNG imports in 2010

Share of LNG in total net imports :

Belgium : 12%

France : 28%

Greece: 24%

Italy : 10%

Portugal : 60%

Spain : 76,3%

UK : 17%

Source: Waterbone


Results from ergeg public consultation on lng terminals cmps and anti hoarding

Results from ERGEG public consultation on LNG terminals: CMPs and anti-hoarding

- Consultation launched in November 2010: 13 shippers responded, providing 57 answers in 7 countries.

- Main results from the Public Consultation:

Satisfaction with the CAMs and CMPs applied;

Respondents report that CMPs have been rarely applied to them;

Certain concerns regarding availability of slots, level of tariffs, short term capacity access conditions or features of the services not meeting the market needs;

Clear support for the organisation of secondary capacity markets;

Support for an obligation to re-sell unused capacities;

Request for a stronger involvement of LSOs in the organisation of secondary markets;

Shippers do not ask for short term capacities very often - services offered not always suiting their needs;

Significant differences between countries in terms of availability of information.


Conclusions of the cmp study and way forward

Conclusions of the CMP study and way forward

  • The Public Consultation enabled CEER to gain market insight and to elaborate the conclusive parts of the CMP study;

  • The content of the CMP study has been updated, stakeholders´ views included, and conclusions and recommendations drafted;

  • As no outstanding result was extracted from the consultation, CEER intends to take pragmatic actions that can lead to concrete regulatory progress :

    • 1. CEER to define, together with GLE, a common template, to be published by each terminal LSO on its webpage, to help users identify the information needed to access any European LNG terminal.2011

    • 2. CEER to propose a short list of indicators that NRAs can use to assess the existence of capacity hoarding in each terminal. 2012 action recommended

    • LNG to be taken into account when discussing the target model, due to its growing importance in the European supply portfolio.


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