Publication Obligations in Accordance with Regulation (EC) 715/2009
This section contains information on our network and our services in accordance with the legal requirements of Annex I 3.1.2 of Regulation (EC) 715/2009.
3.1.2 a) – d)
You will find the information on our network and services as specified unter items a) to d) of 3.1.2 in Nowega GmbH’s Network Access Conditions.
A detailed and comprehensive description of the various services we offer and the related fees is contained in our price list and in the current version of the Cooperation Agreement (CA). The different types of transport contracts available for the services, the network code, standard terms and conditions and the harmonised procedures applied when using the transmission system, including the definition of key terms, are contained in Network Access Conditions (NAC) and the Supplementary Provisions to the Network Access Conditions (SPNAC)
The rules on the procedures for capacity allocation, congestion management, and anti-hoarding and re-utilisation are contained in the Gas Network Access Regulation (GNAR).
You will find the rules applicable to capacity trade on the secondary market on the PRISMA secondary platform.
3.1.2 g) – h)
Rules regarding the balancing of volume discrepancies and the methods for calculating the balancing fees and, if applicable, the flexibility and tolerance levels plus any flexibility offered in addition thereto including the corresponding charges are published on the GASPOOL market area cooperation’s website.
The rules for connecting to the network operated by Nowega GmbH are contained in the Network Access Conditions.
3.1.2. k) – l)
Information on the emergency mechanisms, other general liability regulations, and the procedures agreed with Nowega concerning the coupling points and interoperability that are relevant for grid users’ access to the respective transmission networks, the procedures for nomination and matching, and any other procedures for allocating load flows and balancing volume discrepancies are contained in Nowega GbmH’s NAC and the SPNAC.
A description of the method and procedure for calculating the technical capacities is currently being drafted.
Information on balancing services is provided by GASPOOL as the responsible party for the market area.
Since 1. April 2013, GASPOOL has published the aggregated balancing status of all users at the beginning of each balancing period in accordance with the Directive (EC) 715/2009, Annex I, Item 3.4.5, along with the projected aggregated balancing status of all users at the end of each gas day.