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Regulation (EC) No 715/2009

In this section we present standardized publications according to Regulation (EC) No. 715/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 July 2009 on conditions for access to the natural gas transmission networks and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1775/2005.

Regulation (EC) No 715/2009

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Art. 15.1.c)

LNG and storage system operators shall make relevant information public, in particular data on the use and availability of services, in a time-frame compatible with the LNG or storage facility users’ reasonable commercial
needs, subject to the monitoring of such publication by the national regulatory authority.

Services

LNG Terminal Capacities

 

In order to monitor commercial needs consultations with the market are carried out.

Art. 17.2.

LNG and storage system operators shall implement and publish non-discriminatory and transparent capacity-allocation mechanisms which shall:
(a) provide appropriate economic signals for the efficient and maximum use of capacity and facilitate investment in new
infrastructure;
(b) be compatible with the market mechanism including spot markets and trading hubs, while being flexible and capable of adapting to evolving market circumstances; and
(c) be compatible with the connected network access systems.

Terminal Code

Terminal Code, point 4 - general terms and condittions of provision of services

 

Art. 19.1.

LNG and storage system operators shall make publicdetailed information regarding the services it offers and the relevant conditions applied, together with the technical informationnecessary for LNG and storage facility users to gain effectiveaccess to the LNG and storage facilities.

Terminal Code

Regasification services application form

Draft of short-term regasification agreement

Rules of regasification service for short-term agreements

Documents for download

Terminal Code, point 6 -unloading of LNG

Terminal Code, point 7 - regasification

Terminal Code, point 8 - additional services

Art. 19.2.

For the services provided, LNG and storage system operators shall make public information on contracted and availablestorage and LNG facility capacities on a numerical basis on a regular and rolling basis and in a user-friendly standardised manner.

LNG Terminal Capacities

Art.19.3.

LNG and storage system operators shall always disclose theinformation required by this Regulation in a meaningful, quantifiably clear and easily accessible way and on a non-discriminatorybasis.

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Art. 19.4.

LNG and storage system operators shall make public theamount of gas in each storage or LNG facility, or group of storage facilities if that corresponds to the way in which the access isoffered to system users, inflows and outflows, and the availablestorage and LNG facility capacities, including for those facilitiesexempted from third-party access. That information shall also becommunicated to the transmission system operator, which shallmake it public on an aggregated level per system or subsystemdefined by the relevant points. The information shall be updatedat least daily (...).

LNG Terminal Capacities

Art. 19.5.

In order to ensure transparent, objective and non-discriminatory tariffs and facilitate efficient utilisation of the infrastructures, the LNG and storage facility operators or relevantregulatory authorities shall make public sufficiently detailed information on tariff derivation, the methodologies and the structureof tariffs for infrastructure under regulated third-party access.

Tariff

Terminal Code

Terminal Code, point 9 - invoicing and payments for services

Art. 20.

Transmission system operators, storage system operators andLNG system operators shall keep at the disposal of the nationalauthorities, including the national regulatory authority, thenational competition authority and the Commission, all information referred to in Articles 18 and 19, and in Part 3 of Annex I fora period of five years.

LNG Terminal Capacities

As part of the published information there are also available historical data.

Art. 22.

Each transmission, storage and LNG system operator shall takereasonable steps to allow capacity rights to be freely tradable andto facilitate such trade in a transparent and non-discriminatorymanner. Every such operator shall develop harmonised transport,LNG facility and storage contracts and procedures on the primarymarket to facilitate secondary trade of capacity and shall recognise the transfer of primary capacity rights where notified by system users.
The harmonised transport, LNG facility and storage contracts andprocedures shall be notified to the regulatory authorities.

Terminal Code

Regasification services application form

Draft of short-term regasification agreement

Rules of regasification service for short-term agreements

 

 

Terminal Code, point 2 - definitione and units

Terminal Code, point 4 - general terms and condittions of provision of services

 

 

 

 

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