Information about the tariff structure of Gasunie Deutschland Transport Services GmbH as of 01.01.2019
Gasunie Deutschland Transport Services GmbH (GUD) as TSO publishes pursuant to Art. 20, paragraph 1 of the German Energy Law (EnWG) the tariffs for grid access in calendar year 2019.
The tariff for firm flexible allocable capacities for shippers and downstream system operators will become effective as of 1st January 2019 (without consideration of the multipliers according to BEATE):
The tariff for restricted-allocable entry and exit capacities amounts to 95 percent of the respective applicable tariff for firm flexible allocable entry and exit capacities.
The tariff for interruptible entry and exit capacities amounts to 90 percent in principle of the respective applicable tariff for firm flexible allocable entry and exit capacities. For ID H207 (Entry Greifswald/Vierow) the factor for the tariff for interruptible entry and exit capacities amounts to 89 percent and for ID H095 (Exit Oude Statenzijl H) 87 percent, applied to the respective tariff for firm flexible allocable entry and exit capacities.
Based on the ruling of the Bundesnetzagentur for tariffing of Entry- and Exit-Points („BEATE“, BK9-14/608 on March 24, 2015) respective multipliers to convert the yearly tariffs at all Entry- and Exit-Points for all capacity products with a duration of less than one year have to be applied.
The multiplier for quarterly products (contract term of 90 to 364 days) is 1.1, the multiplier for monthly products (contract term of 28 to 89 days) is 1.25, the multiplier for daily products (contract term of 1 to 27 days) is 1.4 and the multiplier for within-day products is 1.4.
According to paragraph 2 lit. d of the „BEATE“ the tariffs of capacity products for connection points to storages will in principle be provided with a discount of 50 percent of the above mentioned tariffs.
The Trans-out-component and the Trans-in-component on storages is 0.671050 [€ct/(kWh/h)/d].
The Biogas charge and Market area conversion charge for the year 2019 will be published compliant with section 7 (7) a) or section 10 (7) a) of the Cooperation Agreement between the Operators of Gas Supply Networks in Germany as of 29 March 2018, respectively, no later than 1 October 2018. This procedure complies with the requirements of NC TAR in conjunction with the decision BK9-17 / 609 ("INKA").
In case of questions please do not hesitate to contact your contact person at Gasunie Deutschland or submit an e-mail.
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