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2015/703 REQUIREMENTS

Pursuant to Commission Regulation (EU) No. 2015/703 of 30 April 2015 establishing a network code on interoperability and data exchange rules Eustream published following information:

Article 4 (1) IP Baumgarten IP Lanžhot IP Veľké Zlievce - Balassagyarmat
setup of the new shipper pair 5 working days 7 working days 5 working days
matching hourly daily daily
rule in case of mishmatch lesser rule lesser rule lesser rule
initiating TSO Eustream Eustream Eustream
matching TSO GAS CONNECT AUSTRIA NET4GAS FGSZ
allocation rule confirmed nomination (OBA) confirmed nomination (OBA) confirmed nomination (OBA)

Information according to Article 4.1 of the Commission Regulation (EU) No. 2015/703

1. Amended rules at the IP Lanzhot with the adjacent transmission system operator ("the aTSO"):

    Published: 15.4.2016
    Consultation closed: 15.6.2016

  1. Reference to article 3, c): “aTSO shall be the Active TSO and the Matching TSO and Eustream shall be the Passive TSO and the Initiating TSO”
  2. Reference to article 3, d): “Allocated Quantity shall mean Matched Quantity in kWh to system users at the IP-L unless agreed otherwise by the TSOs”
  3. Reference to article to 3, e): “In case the result of the Matching Process is or could be affected by the Exceptional Event the TSOs shall inform their Shippers about the possible impact on the Matched Quantity at the IP-L and expected and actual end of the Exceptional Event.”

2. Amended rules at the IP Velke Zlievce – Ballasagyarmat with the adjacent transmission system operator (“the bTSO”)

   Published: 1.7.2016
   Consultation closed: 31.8.2016

  1. Reference to article 3, c): “EUS shall have the role of Initiating TSO.” “bTSO shall have the role of Matching TSO.”
  2. Reference to article 3, e): “In case confirmed Nominations are affected by the exceptional event Parties shall conduct Matching process defined in Article 3.2. of the Agreement and inform their Shippers about the Matching result and the reason of the adjustment.”

3.  Amended rules at the IP Baumgarten with the adjacent transmission system operator (“the bTSO”)

     Published: 1. august 2019
     Consultation closed: 30. september 2019
  1. Reference to article 3, c):
    “The first matching cycle begins at 14:00 hrs CET of the Gas-Day D-1. The flowing matching cycles for Renomination(s) shall run on an hourly basis. The last cycle terminates 03:00 hrs before the end of the Gas‑Day D.
     In the Matching procedure, eustream shall operate as Initiating system operator; bTSO shall act as Matching system operators.
    The matching procedure starts with the Forward Nomination Notice (12G) sent by bTSO to eustream containing both the Single-Sided and Double-Sided nominations on basis of each Shipper Code Pairs.
    “Eustream shall send for each Shipper Code Pairs Matching Notice (14G) containing both Single Sided Nominations and Double-Sided Nominations to the CMA, this Matching Notice (14G) shall contain figures for 24 hours (with the exception of 23/25 hours in the event of daylight saving/solar time changes) and only positive figures.
    By Shipper Code Pair bTSO compares the hourly quantities of the last Matching Notice (14G) received from eustream with the hourly quantities for all corresponding Shipper Code Pairs and sends a Matching Confirmation (16G) to eustream including the confirmed hourly quantities of their respective Shipper Code Pairs.
    In case the hourly quantities for a shipper pair of bTSO are different to the quantities of the Matching Notice (14G) sent by eustream, bTSO shall apply the "lesser rule" principle.”
  2. Reference to article 3, e):
    “The adjacent transmission system operators shall ensure that communication procedures which facilitate fast and simultaneous communication in cases of exceptional events are established.
    Unless otherwise agreed, the communication between the involved transmission system operators shall be performed by oral communication in English for information, followed by an electronic written confirmation.
    The transmission system operator affected by an exceptional event shall be required, as a minimum, to inform its network users with respect to point (b) and (c) of this paragraph if there is a potential impact on their confirmed quantities and the adjacent transmission system operator(s) with respect to point (a) and (c) of this paragraph of the occurrence of such exceptional event and to provide all necessary information about:
    (a) the possible impact on the quantities and quality of gas that can be transported through the interconnection point;
    (b) the possible impact on the confirmed quantities for network users active at the concerned interconnection point(s);
    (c) the expected and actual end of the exceptional event.”