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Congestion Management ERGEG Recommendations for Guidelines Adopted via a Comitology Procedure Stefanie Neveling (BNetz. Congestion Management ERGEG Recommendations for Guidelines Adopted via a Comitology Procedure Stefanie Neveling (BNetz. A) Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010

Contents • Why are new rules on congestion management necessary? • ERGEG proposals and Contents • Why are new rules on congestion management necessary? • ERGEG proposals and Impact Assessment • ERGEG Recommendations and Way Forward Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 2

Background Physical congestion occurs rarely: <70% of technical capacity 70 -80% of technical capacity Background Physical congestion occurs rarely: <70% of technical capacity 70 -80% of technical capacity 80 -90% of technical capacity >90% of technical capacity 365 days Source: www. gas-roads. eu Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 Actual flows in 2009 3

General Issues • Scope of guidelines • Rules apply to cross-border points between adjacent General Issues • Scope of guidelines • Rules apply to cross-border points between adjacent entry-exit -systems where subject to booking procedures. • Capacity management clauses in existing contracts shall be amended in line with the implemented provisions. • Network users shall be entitled to reduce their capacity bookings during transitional period. • NRAs shall ensure that TSOs have incentives to achieve the aim of Guidelines. Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 4

Capacity Maximisation • TSOs to offer the maximum amount of firm capacity that can Capacity Maximisation • TSOs to offer the maximum amount of firm capacity that can be offered for use without restrictions. • Technical capacity to be calculated through transparent methodologies, using best available and cost-efficient procedures • Dynamic calculation of available capacity – TSOs shall regularly recalculate capacity based upon actual technical conditions (e. g. temperature) Impacts: How will additional firm capacity impact interruptible contracts? • Risk of being interrupted may increase, but additional firm capacity will be available Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 5

Oversubscription and Buy-Back • TSOs to implement mechanisms to offer additional firm short-term and Oversubscription and Buy-Back • TSOs to implement mechanisms to offer additional firm short-term and longer term capacity • Based on statistic scenarios an extra amount of capacity exceeding the capacity previously calculated to be offered • In case of actual physical congestion transmission system operators shall tender for buying back capacity. • TSOs to estimate the possibility and the costs of buying back capacity on the market and to reflect this in the amount of additional capacity • The mechanisms and possible transition periods for the implementation of these mechanisms are subject to review by NRA Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 6

Oversubscription and Buy-Back Impacts: • What is the expected impact on availability of capacity? Oversubscription and Buy-Back Impacts: • What is the expected impact on availability of capacity? • Based on over-subscription TSOs should be able to offer additional long-term capacity • mechanism does not touch existing contracts • How often will buy-back take place? • Based on current utilisation rates actual buy-back is expected to happen rarely • As a consequence costs will be rather low Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 7

Firm day-ahead UIOLI • Where demand for firm day-ahead capacity exceeds the offer, NRAs Firm day-ahead UIOLI • Where demand for firm day-ahead capacity exceeds the offer, NRAs to decide on firm day-ahead UIOLI procedure • To this end, NRAs may reduce or remove existing re-nomination rights reflecting • requirements at specific points • the share of the booking of particular network users • the users’ objectively justified needs • Day-ahead capacity set free by this mechanism to be allocated by auction only • The offer and allocation of day-ahead capacity shall be performed in such a way that buyers can take part in daily gas trading Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 8

Firm day-ahead UIOLI Impacts: How are shippers affected by restriction of re-nomination rights? • Firm day-ahead UIOLI Impacts: How are shippers affected by restriction of re-nomination rights? • Big portfolios can better cope with unexpected events and therefore may not need full re-nomination rights • Small portfolios to be protected (e. g. “ 2+2”) How are portfolios containing many gas fired power stations affected? • In big portfolios with many power stations fluctuations are neutralised against each other • Smaller portfolios can explicitly be protected • Therefore: No interference with electricity markets expected Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 9

Firm day-ahead UIOLI Impacts: How does a restriction of re-nomination rights impact balancing? • Firm day-ahead UIOLI Impacts: How does a restriction of re-nomination rights impact balancing? • Portfolio balancing: Expected increase of liquidity of gas markets will help to avoid imbalances • System balancing: Where a system is short system balancing energy can be provided on interruptible capacity Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 10

Withdrawal of Underutilised Capacity • The procedure requires: • shippers request capacity and unable Withdrawal of Underutilised Capacity • The procedure requires: • shippers request capacity and unable to obtain this capacity on the primary or secondary market; • capacity holder systematically underutilizes allocated capacity • capacity owner has not sold or offered the capacity and is unable to satisfactorily justify the behaviour • The capacity holder can • lose capacity rights for a given period or for the remaining term • be limited in nomination rights for a given period to the maximum flows of the previous year. Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 11

Recommendations and Way Forward • ERGEG sees urgent need to improve congestion management in Recommendations and Way Forward • ERGEG sees urgent need to improve congestion management in Europe • Stakeholder Workshop on 2 February 2010 • Binding rules are needed for the implementation of harmonised access conditions • ERGEG invites Commission to consider adoption of binding guidelines on congestion management via comitology • ERGEG recommends speedy adoption during the ‘interim period’ – waiting for the third package entering into force is no option • Pragmatic approach preferred either under current Regulation or anticipating the new Regulation • ERGEG is prepared to contribute to the next steps on this issue Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 12

Thank You! Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 13 Thank You! Madrid Forum, 14 January 2010 13




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