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1 GTE Winter Outlook 2007 Brussels, January 8 th 2008 Paolo Mosa GTE Vice-President Chairman of the GTE Transparency WG.

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1 1 GTE Winter Outlook 2007 Brussels, January 8 th 2008 Paolo Mosa GTE Vice-President Chairman of the GTE Transparency WG

2 2 Background Updated results Additional findings Table of contents

3 3 Background GTE WO presented to GCG on 25 th October for the first time The study showed the existence of a capacity/demand balance at EU level: normal cold conditions exceptional cold conditions GTE invited to develop further analysis: considering the depletion of national productions identifying possible internal bottlenecks

4 4 Background Updated results Additional findings Table of contents

5 5 Data improvements Higher number of participating countries  passing from 19 to 21 countries National production figures reviewed to consider depletion of fields  previous year flows in substitution of max tech capacity Some figures updated by 5 countries on the basis of refined assumptions

6 6 Involved Countries EU members – data EU members – no data Non EU members

7 7 Updated European Balance EU ''CAPACITY - DEMAND BALANCE'' (GWh/d) TOTAL CAPACITY INTERCONNECTED WITH IMPORT & LNG TOTAL NATIONAL PRODUCTION9.255 TOTAL STORAGE TOTAL MARKET (NORMAL CONDITIONS) TOTAL MARKET (EXCEPTIONAL CONDITIONS)32.803

8 8 Background Updated results Additional findings Table of contents

9 9 Single country balances  normal cold conditions  exceptional cold conditions Integrated EU flow patterns  normal cold conditions  exceptional cold conditions Additional findings

10 10 Single country balance Import capacity at entry points National production past flows* + Storage send out capacity** + + Exit capacity to other countries Market demand forecast - - Single Country balance = in normal condition in exceptional condition in normal condition in exceptional condition * to take into account the depletion of production fields ** considering the decrease of performances during the winter

11 11 Normal Conditions – Single country balances Balance ≥ 5% 0% < Balance < 5% Balance ≤ 0%

12 12 Normal conditions vs. Exceptional conditions 10% < (E/N) < 30% No difference (E/N) ≤ 10% (E/N) ≥ 30%

13 13 Exceptional Conditions – Single country balances - 5% < Balance < 0% Balance ≤ -5% Balance ≥ 0%

14 14 Single country balances vs Integrated EU flow patterns 3 critical single country balances experienced in normal conditions ?

15 15 Integrated EU flow patterns Identification of at least one pattern of flows between EU countries that respects the following conditions Flows from non EU countries ≤ Entry point capacities Flows between countries ≤ IPs capacities Flows from storages ≤ send out capacity* Flows from national productions ≤ past winter flows Flows in exit from each country = national intakes – mkt demand * taking into account the decrease of performances during the winter

16 16 Integrated EU flow pattern – Normal condition Entry/Exit flows from/to non EU countries Entry/Exit flows between EU countries NP: ST: Flows from National Production Flows from Storage FIGURE LEGEND * IPs capacities are aggregated values (lesser of rule applies) % Utilization ratio of the infrastructure Utilization ratio < max reference value Utilization ratio = max reference value

17 17 Integrated EU flow pattern – Exceptional condition Entry/Exit flows from/to non EU countries Entry/Exit flows between EU countries NP: ST: Flows from National Production Flows from Storage FIGURE LEGEND * IPs capacities are aggregated values (lesser of rule applies) % Utilization ratio of the infrastructure Utilization ratio < max reference value Utilization ratio = max reference value

18 18 Key findings 3 critical single country balances in normal cold conditions Out of balance at national level solved considering flow patterns resulting from EU network integration Flexibility already existing inside countries and in IPs both in normal and exceptional cold conditions Future investments to follow increase in market demand and to improve flexibility at IPs


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