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  1. 2nd IG Meeting – Region South-South East 5th July 2007, Krakow, Poland

  2. Agenda

  3. Implementation Task Forces

  4. Gas Regional Initiative South-South EastContribution by TSOs Milano Tasks 5 July 2007, Krakow, Poland

  5. Contribution by TSOs

  6. Participating TSOs • Geoplin Plinovodi • OMV Gas GmbH • RWE Transgas Net • Snam Rete Gas • SPP-preprava • Trans Austria Gasleitung GmbH

  7. Milano Tasks - Contribution by TSOs • Best practice: Standardised bulletin board • Summary of planned investments in the region (excl. storage) • Planned investments regarding storage should be presented by SSOs as TSOs may not be aware of them • Removing remaining obstacles to implementation of IPA/OBA • Best practice: Provision of one-stop-shop (OSS) service

  8. TSOs Met on 18 May in Prague • TSOs discussed all topics identified as areas for further work TSOs’ understanding of the Milano tasks was very different from the contents given in the Terms of Reference sent on 23 May by Mr. Rieser /on 24 May by REM SSE Co-Chairs The given Terms of Reference seem to go well beyond what was said in Milano

  9. Agenda

  10. Best-practice standardised bulletin board • Why necessary • Regulation 1775/2005/EC Art. 8: “Each transmission system operator shall take reasonable steps to allow capacity rights to be freely tradable and to facilitate such trade.” • Quote from Explanatory Notes (Reg. 1775/2005/EC) “TSOs should be obliged to publish the offer of secondary capacity when requested by the seller. The TSOs should be urged to organise a bulletin board where this is not organised in another market place.“ • RCC’s background paper: TSOs should cooperate in setting up a central bulletin board as a trading platform for secondary market capacities for transmission pipelines in the region SEE

  11. Best-practice standardised bulletin board • What is expected: • Implementation of an online, user-friendly, and secure trading platform. • Step 1: a best practice online-based trading platform for secondary market capacities in the SSE regional energy market shall be identified • Step 2: implementation of an online platform using a harmonised standard for transmission capacity on all major transit systems of the region SEE

  12. Example to be used for all Austrian transit capacities

  13. Harmonised Bulletin Board (1) • TSOs’ understanding: creation of a harmonised user-friendly bulletin board by EACH TSO (no joint platform) • Bulletin Board is no true trading platform only an information board made available by the TSOs to make it easier for interested parties to find each other; the TSOs are not involved in the transaction until the parties that have traded/want to trade capacity send them notice thereof

  14. Harmonised Bulletin Board (2) • Approach taken: operational rules for running the bulletin boards were checked and pros and cons of their functioning were discussed • TSOs agreed to use standard contents for presenting the information on the capacity bid/offer received in whatever form from the shippers • The contents (format) used by TAG has been chosen as the best practice The TSOs would like to note that shippers have made very little use of the bulletin boards so far

  15. * Harmonised Bulletin Board (3) • TAG Bulletin Board * Optional information may be in the form of an attachment or as directly published text

  16. Action POINT 1 - Best-practice standardised bulletin board • Suggested next steps • Coordinator: TSOs • Next steps: • TSOs agreed to use standard contents for presenting the information on the capacity bid/offer received in whatever form from the shippers • The contents (format) used by TAG has been chosen as the best practice • Timing: • Implementation of the standard content till September

  17. Agenda

  18. Route Assessment in SSE Gas Regional Initiative – Region: South-South East, Assessment on selected Transportation Routes

  19. Available firm capacity

  20. Short term congestion management

  21. Capacity expansion

  22. Congestion Management – Obligation of TSOs • Why necessary • Regulation 1775/2005/EC Art. 5: “In the event that physical congestion exists, non discriminatory, transparent capacity allocation mechanisms shall be applied by the transmission system operator or, as appropriate, the regulatory authorities.“ • Quote from Explanatory Notes (Reg. 1775/2005/EC) In the case of new investments in transportation capacity (which includes significant expansion of existing capacity), the TSOs' responsibility to ensure the long term ability of the system by meeting reasonable demands would make it appropriate to organise an open season or open subscription period before allocating capacity, in order to determine more precisely the required capacity expansion. • RCC’s route assessment: Congestion management measures are missing

  23. Summary of planned investments in gas infrastructure • What is expected: • Deliverable 1: Survey of the future gas demand and capacity need by country (10 years ahead) • Deliverable 2: Survey of planned and actual investments in transmission pipelines and storage facilities, by country and TSO/SSO • Deliverable 3: Analysis of concrete obstacles to investment, be it regulatory, legal, political or other reasons

  24. Summary of planned expansions in SEE (incl. Storage) • Presentation/report • Report by RCC • Early findings from questionnaire • Review by country • Austria • Bulgaria • Czech Republic • Greece • Hungary • Italy • Poland • Romania • Slovakia • Slovenia

  25. Summary of Investment Forecasts • In the light of the obligation imposed by Regulation (EC) 1775/2003 to publish regular long-term forecasts of available capacities for up to 10 years for all relevant points, in case the TSOs have the obligation under the national law to publish an investment forecast, they mostly interpret planned investments as investments that will be realised (i.e. no investment plans in pre-feasibility and feasibility stage) The TSOs would like to underline that it is not the investments as such but the associated increase in transmission capacity that is of interest to shippers

  26. SPP - preprava • Decisions on investments currently under preparation according to the demand of the network users.

  27. RWE Transgas Net (1)

  28. RWE Transgas Net (2)

  29. Trans Austria Gas Leitung (1) • Total capacity to be made available through the new investments amounts to 6.5 bcm/y. • Further information will be published on TAG’s web site in due time.

  30. Trans Austria Gas Leitung (2)

  31. OMV Gas (1) • Planned investments into the Austrian domestic system should be looked up under the Long-term Planning Process of AGGM (www.aggm.at)

  32. OMV Gas (2)

  33. Geoplin Plinovodi (1) Planned developments -- different stages: • M5 Jarše – Novo mesto • M6 Ajdovščina – Lucija • M8/1 Jelšane – Kalce • M8/2 Brod na Kolpi – Ljubljana (alternative) • M8/3 Vinica – Ljubljana (alternative) • R25A Trojane – Hrastnik • R45 N. mesto – B. krajina • R38 Kalce – Godovič • M1/1 Kidričevo – Rogatec • M1/1 Ceršak – Kidričevo • M2/1 Rog. Slatina – Trojane • M2/1 Trojane – Vodice • M3/1 Vodice – Šempeter • M3B/1 Šempeter – Miren • M5 Vodice – Jarše

  34. Geoplin Plinovodi (2)

  35. Snam Rete Gas (1) Information on respective increases in transmission capacity is available on Snam Rete Gas’ web site

  36. Entry Point Passo Gries Entry Point North-Est Italy Entry Point Panigaglia Entry Point South Italy Entry Point Mazara del Vallo Snam Rete Gas (2)

  37. Presentation of the GSE website with all actual expansion projects in storage

  38. Details for Austria and Poland

  39. Gas Demand forecast in Austria

  40. Congestion in the Domestic Transmission system

  41. KW KW KW KW KW KW KW KW KW KW KW KW KW KW KW Plant power stations (4.000 MW till 2015?) Geplant bis 2010 Geplant bis 2015 1000 Dürnrohr 400 Geplant bis 2020 Theiß II 400 Ennshofen 150 650 400 angedacht Timelkam 400 Riedersbach 800 Peisching 800 Mellach 800 Zeltweg 400

  42. Feasibility Study to increase domestic capacity

  43. Capacity expansions in gas transit Existing pipelines planned expansions CZ Rainbach new compressor stations (2011) 1.4 bcm/y WAG SK D Baumgarten Oberkappel PENTA Burghausen West Eggendorff (2008) HAG 3.3 bcm/y H TGL Nabucco TAG (2010) I + II Weitendorf (2012) (2008) 17-20 bcm/y 3.2 bcm/y Murfeld SOL I Arnoldstein HR SLO

  44. Existing storage facilities Storage projects Storage projects in Austria Storage site Thann wgv 250 mcm Withdrawal rate 130.000 cm/h Expansion project „Haidach“ First expension phase wgv 1.2 bcm Completion wgv 2.4 bcm Commissioning 2007 Storage site Tallesbrunn wgv 300 mcm Withdrawal rate 160.000 cm/h Storage site Haidach 5 WGV 13.5 mcm Withdrawal rate 20.000 cm/h Tallesbrunn OMV Gas RAG RAG OMV Gas Haag Storage site Puchkirchen wgv 850 mcm Withdrawal rate 400.000 cm/h Expansion project „Puchkirchen/Haag“ wgv 400 mcm Withdrawal rate160.000 cm/h Completed 2010 Storage site Schönkirchen wgv 1.570 bcm Withdrawal rate 770.000 cm/h Expansion project „Schönkirchen Tief“ Wgv minimum 1 bcm, High withdrawal rate Completion expected 2011

  45. Piotr Seklecki Chief Expert Department of European Integration and Comparative Studies Energy Regulatory Office Investments and Planning 2nd Implementation Group Meeting of the Gas Regional Initiative for the South-South East Region e–mail: piotr.seklecki@ure.gov.pl tel. (+48 22) 6616 318, fax (+48 22) 6616 321 Address:: Chłodna 64, 00–872 Warsaw

  46. The structure of gas supplies in 2006 (in mcm)

  47. The structure of gas supplies in near future POGC is now importing gas within the frames: • a long – term contract for the supplies of the Russian gas of 25th September 1996, with Gazexport, valid until 2022, • the contract between PGNiG and VNG AG on 17 August 2006 and valid until 2016 (for annual gas supply volume ranging from 400 to 500 million m³) and • the contract of 17 November 2006 concluded with RosUkrEnergo AG until 2009 (for purchase of 2.5 billion m³ of gas per annum) with an extension option for further 2 years.)

  48. LNG Terminal in Świnoujście The first deliveries of LNG to the terminal are planned for the year 2011. The regasification capacity of the terminal will be developed by stages to reach the target capability of receiving up to 7.5 bcm of natural gas per year from the terminal by the year 2020. PGNiG set up a company - Polskie LNG (PLNG)- to build the terminal and, subsequently, to provide the regasification service. The company is based in Świnoujście and controlled by PGNiG.

  49. The domestic production (1996 – 2006)