As a transmission network operator, we provide transparent information about any ongoing measures and we comply with all publication obligations that arise in connection with operating a transmission system.
Check, if your construction project is located in the area of any of our or other pipelines.
Network informationOur high-pressure natural gas pipelines are located underground and well protected. However, they can be damaged by diggers. Construction companies, planning offices, and private home-builders are therefore legally required to seek information regarding any supply lines that are located within the area of their construction project. Such clarification is necessary to ensure that the pipelines are safe.
The corresponding information about our network and those of many other infrastructure providers is available free of charge from BIL Leitungsauskunft.
Construction and maintenance work
We ensure safety and our pipe network is subject to continuous maintenance work. Our current measures are listed here.
Construction and maintenance workTo ensure that our pipe network is safe and to be able to guarantee uninterrupted energy supply, we continuously carry out service and maintenance work as well as smaller construction measures. Here is a list of our latest measures:
Other transmission system operators’ maintenance work
According to § 28 paragraph 4 annex 1 CoA (Cooperation Agreement between the Operators of Gas Transmission Networks in Germany), we are required to inform you about any maintenance work performed by third-party transmission system operators that affects the use of the Nowega network. Information about construction and maintenance work carried out by:
Gas Network Development Plan
The basis for the development of natural gas infrastructure in Germany.
Gas Network Development PlanThe Gas Network Development Plan (NDP) forms the basis for the development of natural gas infrastructure in Germany. It provides that in the long-term future, transmission networks are always adjusted to the requirements at the time.
The NDP is developed by all transmission network operators in Germany. The general public and market participants are involved in discussing the NDP, and it is approved by the Federal Network Agency (Bundesnetzagentur).
Further information and the latest drafts of the NDP are available from the website of the association of transmission system operators FNB Gas.
Information according to articles 29, 30 NC TAR
Documents concerning the current tariff periods
Information according to articles 29, 30 NC TARTariff period 2022
Standardised Information Sheet Art. 30 (date: 02.12.2021)
Standardised Information Sheet Art. 29 (date: 07.06.2021)
Simplified Calculation Model 2022 (date: 02.12.2021)
Price list for calendar year 2022 (date: 06.04.2022)
Tariff period 2021
Standardised Information Sheet Art. 30 (date: 02.12.2020)
Standardised Information Sheet Art. 29 (date: 05.06.2020)
Simplified Calculation Model 2021 (date: 02.12.2020)
Price list for calendar year 2021 (date: 09.06.2021)
Price list for calendar year 2021 (date: 06.05.2020)
Tariff period 2020
Standardised Information Sheet Art. 30 (date: 02.12.2019)
Standardised Information Sheet Art. 29 (date: 09.05.2019)
Simplified Calculation Model 2020 (date: 02.12.2019)
Price list as of 01.01.2020
Tariff period 2019
Standardised Information Sheet Art. 30 (date: 01.12.2018)
Standardised Information Sheet Art. 29 (date: 26.11.2018)
Simplified Calculation Model 2019 (date: 01.12.2018)
Price list as of 01.01.2019
Tariff period 2018
Standardised Information Sheet Art. 30 (date: 01.12.2017)
Simplified Calculation Model 2018 (date: 01.12.2017)
Price list as of 01.01.2018 (date: 01.01.2018 – german)
Obligation to report inside information pursuant to the EU Regulation No 1227/2011.
REMIT notificationsAn obligation to report inside information when it becomes available arises from the EU Regulation 1227/2011 (REMIT). In compliance with article 4 (1), we publish this information in English.
There are currently no REMIT notifications.