GTE+ online survey on Standard Capacity Products and Capacity Allocation Methods
Within the framework of the Forum of Madrid, GTE+1 agreed to lead preliminary works to a European Pilot Network Code on Capacity Allocation Methods (CAM). In parallel, the European Commission asked the ERGEG (European Regulators Group for Electricity and Gas) in September 2009 to deliver a Framework Guideline for
To gain fundamental knowledge regarding that issue, GTE + wishes to better understand market expectations. To this purpose, GTE + publishes an Online survey to collect stakeholders’ point of view on two subjects:
- a standardization of capacity products marketed by the TSO
- a harmonization of the capacity allocation rules between the various TSO.
Eustream as an active GTE+ member is firmly committed in a consultation process with his customers and therefore eustream wishes to relay this attentive approach of market needs.
Eustream invites you to contribute to this consultation. A wide participation of stakeholders will guarantee quality and relevance of GTE + works.
The consultation is available on the GTE website and the answers are waited by GTE + before November 20th, 2009
1GTE + is an initiative of GTE ( Gas Transmission Europe) which aims at preparing the establishment of the ENTSOG (European Network of transmission System Operator for Gas) such as planned in the 3rd energy package (cf. Regulation CE N°715 / 2009 concerning the conditions of access to the gas networks of natural gas)