slide1 n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
ERGEG Regional Gas Market North-West Workshop on Interconnections & Primary Capacity Market PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
ERGEG Regional Gas Market North-West Workshop on Interconnections & Primary Capacity Market

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 18

ERGEG Regional Gas Market North-West Workshop on Interconnections & Primary Capacity Market - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 104 Views
  • Uploaded on

ERGEG Regional Gas Market North-West Workshop on Interconnections & Primary Capacity Market Interconnection Point Oude Statenzijl H-gas Kick-off Meeting BEB, E.ON GT, GTS and WINGAS TRANSPORT Paris, 11.05.2007. Contents. Status quo TSOs answers/proposals.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'ERGEG Regional Gas Market North-West Workshop on Interconnections & Primary Capacity Market' - dessa


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
slide1

ERGEG Regional Gas Market North-West

Workshop on Interconnections & Primary Capacity Market

Interconnection Point

Oude Statenzijl H-gas

Kick-off Meeting

BEB, E.ON GT, GTS and WINGAS TRANSPORT

Paris, 11.05.2007

slide2

Contents

  • Status quo
  • TSOs answers/proposals
slide3

Situation Bunde/Oude Statenzijl (H-Gas)Direction Netherlands-Germany

  • Direction from Netherlands is the historical flow direction
  • The upstream capacity on the Dutch side can be allocated in different ways to the exits
  • Joint scrubber leads to cross-influences of exit capacities to E.ON GT and Wingas Transport

BEB

GTS

E.ON GT

WINGAS TR.

Netherlands

Germany

slide4

Situation Bunde/Oude Statenzijl (H-Gas)Direction Germany - Netherlands

  • Demand of capacity in the East-West direction developed long after demand for capacities in the West-East direction
  • Expansion projects were initiated by TSOs
  • Because of the specific physical grid situations, capacity increases were accomplished earlier on the German side

BEB

GTS

E.ON GT

WINGAS TR.

Netherlands

Germany

slide5

Status quo:Answers 5.1 and 5.2

1) Maximum implementation lead time: 10 days

2) More than 3 months and less one year: 3 months 3) New cooperation agreement

slide7

Status quo:Answers 6.2

1) First committed first served is offered in combination with online booking

slide9

Contents

  • Status quo
  • TSOs answers/proposals
slide10

Implementation Goal 1:BNetzA / DTe Proposals

Submit missing data on technical capacity, subscription, flows for (2004), 2005, 2006

  • Except for confidential data in some months
  • Data only available from 10/2005
  • Percentages refer to net flow
  • Except for months Oct-Dec 2007 because of change of calculation model
slide11

Implementation Goal 1:BNetzA / DTe Proposals

Explain low utilisation and temporal over-utilisation

  • Interpretion of question was different between TSOs, e.g. some took net flow and some took contractual allocated flow
  • High utilisation rates in BEB answer because of netting effects and usage of allocated capacities
  • Wingas Transport utilisation rates are within range
  • Low utilisation rates from E.ON GT grid to GTS grid because of lower GTS entry capacity compared to E.ON GT exit capacity
  • Temporarily higher gas flows possible on operational level dependend on actual flow situation in the GTS grid
slide12

Implementation Goal 1:BNetzA / DTe Proposals

Identify possible ways to maximise capacity

  • UIOLI mechanisms are in place
  • Further facilitation of secondary market via day ahead capacity platform under development
  • Operators are open for discussion of new proposals
slide13

Implementation Goal 1:BNetzA / DTe Proposals

Strictly enforce UIOLI

  • Detailed legal requirements on long term UIOLI in Germany and in the Netherlands
  • Such UIOLI mechanisms have been implemented in the respective network codes

Buy-back capacities

  • Buy-back mechanisms better to be solved via secondary capacity market
slide14

Implementation Goal 1:BNetzA / DTe Proposals

Ensure that capacity trading platforms are running and interlinked

  • Capacity trading platforms are running in the Netherlands and in Germany
  • Relation to day ahead capacity pilot ?
slide15

Implementation Goal 2:BNetzA / DTe Proposals

Comply with all transparency requirements

  • TSOs would like to be informed about any perceived non-compliance with existing transparency obligations
  • In case of non-compliance with existing transparency obligations, TSOs will endeavour to comply as soon as possible
  • Additional transparency requirements should be discussed and if agreed upon aligned with other work streams, i.e. in the day ahead capacity pilot
slide16

Implementation Goal 3:BNetzA / DTe Proposals

Planned capacity increase

  • E.ON GT exit capacity increase to 1.5 Mio m³/h in 2007
  • GTS entry capacity increase by 3 Mio m³/h in 2010

CAM for new capacities

  • The capacity allocation methods currently applied by TSOs are in line with the applicable national legal obligations
  • Possible change requirements to be discussed
slide17

Implementation Goal 4:BNetzA / DTe Proposals

Identify scope and limits for establishing a harmonised/bundled framework

  • GTE is currently conducting a study on harmonisation of capacity products, input from regional market is welcome
  • Bundled entry and exit capacities will be treated in day ahead capacity pilot
slide18

Implementation Goal 4:BNetzA / DTe Proposals

Coordinate with the goal of facilitating booking procedures, especially with respect to spot markets

  • Learn from coordinated day ahead capacity pilot ?