Publication requirements of NC TAR Article 29 and 30 (Download NC TAR)- updated 29.05.2019
|Information for standard capacity products for firm capacity (reserve prices, multipliers, seasonal factors, etc.)|
Reserve prices 2020
Applicable multipliers for short-term products according to MARGIT decision:
valid from 01.01.2020 until 31.12.2020
|Information for standard capacity products for interruptible capacity (reserve prices and an assessment of the probability of interruption)||Reserve prices 2020|
BNetzA determined the discounts for interruptible capacity at interconnection points in its decision BK9-18-612 (‘MARGIT’) Annex I. The methodology to calculate these discounts is described in chapter 5 of the decision. The English version of the consultation document – methodology as well as specific discounts have not been amended in the final decision – can be obtained here.
The data for the calculation of the discounts for interruptible capacity, calculated by the Bundesnetzagentur, can be found in following download file:
Art. 30 (1)(a)
|Information on parameters used in the applied reference price methodology related to the technical characteristics of the transmission system|
All used input parameters (i.e. forecasted contracted capacity and spread between exit tariff zones) are included in the simplified model.
Art. 30 (1)(a)i)
|Technical capacity at entry and exit points and associated assumptions||https://www.grtgaz-deutschland.de/en/networkaccess/capacityoverview|
Art. 30 (1)(a)ii)
|Forecast contracted capacity at entry and exit points and associated assumptions|
The forecasted booked capacity is weighted and takes into account BEATE Factors as well as the corresponding discounts for interruptible capacities and special products.
Forecasted booked capacity in Entry direction : 25,458,556 kWh/h/a
Forecasted booked capacities in Exit direction : 15,541,778kWh/h/a
Art. 30 (1)(a)iii)
|The quantity and the direction of the gas flow for entry and exit points and associated assumptions||n.a.|
Art. 30 (1)(a)iv)
|The structural representation of the transmission network with an appropriate level of details||http://www.grtgaz-deutschland.de/en/transparency/technicalparameters|
Art. 30 (1)(a)v)
|Additional technical information about the transmission network, such as the length and the diameter of pipelines and the power of compressor stations|
Art. 30 (1)(b)(i)
|Information on the allowed and/or target revenue||The allowed revenues of GRTgaz Deutschland for 2019 are: 96,035,198 €|
Art. 30 (1)(b)(ii)
|Information related to changes in the revenue||- 79,997 €|
Art. 30 (1)(b)(iii)
|Information related to the following Parameters: types of assets, cost of capital, capital and operational expenditures, incentive mechanisms and efficiency targets, inflation indices|
Regulated asset base of cost base year 2015:
I. General installations
The capital expenditures are determined on the basis of the historical procurement and manufacturing costs of the asset. There is no re-evaluation of assets foreseen in the German incentive regulation. The assets are depreciated on a linear basis in accordance with section 6(5) GasNEV. The depreciation period are set in Annex 1 GasNEV.
Art. 30 (1)(b)(iv,v)
|Information on the transmission services revenue including capacity-commodity split, entry-exit split and intra-system/cross-system split.|
Transmission services revenues 2019: 91,622,000 €
Capacity-commodity split: 100% capacity-based transmission tariffs
Entry-exit split 2019: Entry 62% - Exit 38%
Cross-border-domestic split will be determined and published in conjunction with Art. 26 NC TAR consultation.
Art. 30 (1)(b)(vi)
|Information related to the previous tariff period regarding the reconciliation of the regulatory account.|
Actual regulated revenues from transmission and non-transmission services 2017: 109,273,803 €.
Aggregated balance of the regulatory account of the closed financial year 2017: 32,464,594 €
Incentive mechanisms specifically for the regulatory account do not exist in the German regulatory system.
Art. 30 (1)(b)(vii)
|Information on the intended use of the auction premium.||According to Article 13(4) Gas Network Access Ordinance (GasNZV) auction revenues are booked on the regulatory account in accordance with Article 5 ARegV. This transaction thus develops a tariff-reducing effect in the years in which the regulatory account is reconciled.|
Art. 30 (1)(c)
|Information on transmission and non-transmission tariffs accompanied by the relevant information related to their derivation.|
GRTgaz Deutschland pricesheet: http://www.grtgaz-deutschland.de/en/node/1146
In accordance with number 6 BNetzA decision BK9-17/609 (“INKA”) the Market area conversion charge according to section 19a(1) Energy Industry Act is classified as non-transmission service. The derivation of Market area conversion charge is described in section 10 of the Cooperation Agreement between the Operators of Gas Supply Networks in Germany as of 27 October 2017. According to this, all market conversion costs of 2019 in the amount of 132.257.041 € are divided by all forecasted contracted capacity for TSO exit points (including IP and storage exit points, but without consideration of multipliers or seasonal factors) of 2019 in the amount of 415.797.341 (kWh/h)/a. Hence, the market area conversion charge is 0.3181 €/(kWh/h)/a.
Art. 30 (2)(a)i &ii)
|Information on transmission tariff changes and trends.|
It is currently impossible to make a valid estimation about what reference price method will be applicable for tariff calculation in the years 2020 ff. Correspondingly, no prognostic statements can be made regarding tariff development in the years 2020-2022. In this matter we therefore refer to the final consultation according to Article 26 of the Tariff Network Code, which is carried out by the Bundesnetzagentur. More information can be found on the website of the Bundesnetzagentur
Art. 30 (2)(b)
|Information about the used tariff model and an explanation how to calculate the transmission tariffs applicable for the prevailing tariff period.||https://www.grtgaz-deutschland.de/de/node/1167|
Article 30 publication 01/12/2018 Download
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Article 29 publication 01/06/2019 Download
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