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Clarification of the calculation of renomination restrictions in the case of secondary trading

jordgasTransport GmbH makes aware about unclear explanations in the “BDEW/VKU/GEODE - Leitfaden Bilanzkreismanagement Gas vom 30.06.2016” concerning the calculation of renomination restrictions in the case of secondary trading of capacity (page. 58, Section 4.1.1, 1. dash).

According to § 12 Section 7 of the “General Terms and Conditions for Entry and Exit Contract” the renomination restrictions are based on the capacity booked by the shipper at the booking point at 2 p.m. D-1. In case the shipper sells the capacity on the secondary market according to § 19 of the General Terms and Conditions for Entry and Exit Contract, it has to be distinguished between transfer of use (§ 19 Section 2) and the assignment of the contract to a third party (§ 19 Section 3). In case of transfer of use, the shipper transferring the capacity remains contract partner to the capacity contract (§ 19 Section 2 phrase 2). As a result the capacity which use is transferred is still be considered for the calculation of renomination restrictions of the transferring shipper at the booking point. Only in case of an assignment of a contract to a third party the assigning shipper is no longer contract partner to the capacity contract. Therefore the assigned capacity is not be considered for the calculation of the renomination restrictions for the assigning shipper in such a case.

jordgasTransport final tariffs for transport capacity 2017

jordgasTransport GmbH published the final transportation tariffs for the year 2016. The price list covers the tariffs respectively, which are determined on our actually best knowledge and represent the tariffs valid from 1st January 2016.

Nationwide Neutrality charge

As announced in GASPOOLs press release from 30 September 2016, a nationwide Neutrality charge for the gradual switchover from low to high CV gas will be introduced by 1 January 2017. This is based on the decision of the German Federal Council from 25 November 2016 regarding the amendment of Art. 19a of the German Energy Act.

The neutrality charge will be collected by the Transmission system operators and is set at 0,1339 €/kWh/h/a by 1 January 2017. For further information please contact us or the association of German gas TSOs (FNB Gas).

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jordgasTransport GmbH preliminary tariffs for transport capacity 2017

On 1st January 2017 jordgasTransport GmbH tariffs for transport capacity will be adjusted. Please find the preliminary tariffs under Downloads.


jordgasTransport has increased its service portfolio

In response to signals sent out by the market jordgasTransport has increased its service portfolio with an exit and entry capacity in Etzel. The entry point Etzel CRYSTAL  with an ID H205S and the exit point Etzel CRYSTAL with an ID J206S can be booked as from 01. September 2016 via the capacity platform PRISMA.  

For more information, please contact:

Charlotte Rebling

Telephone:  +49 4921 99388-15

email: chare@jordgastransport.de

jordgasTransport final tariffs for transport capacity 2016

jordgasTransport GmbH published the final transportation tariffs for the year 2016. The price list covers the tariffs respectively, which are determined on our actually best knowledge and represent the tariffs valid from 1st January 2016.

Launch of consultation for implementation of Network Code on Interoperability and Data Exchange

By 1 May 2016, EU-Regulation 2015/703 (Network Code on Interoperability and Data Exchange) requires gas transmission system operators (TSOs) and counterparties concerned to implement common data exchange. Existing data exchange solutions currently in place may no longer be used unless they have been approved by the German federal regulator Bundesnetzagentur. Therefore German gas TSOs are now running a consultation to seek the views of all counterparties concerned about the common data exchange solution. You can find the consultation document here and in the download area, the comment form you can download here: comment form interoperability. Please submit your response to this consultation by 22 January 2016 at the latest.