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1 Update Transparency project RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011 Konrad Keyserlingk - Ofgem -

2 2 RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011 Work plan of GRI NW for 2011 Work plan Transparency: Ensure full and consistent implementation of information provisions Investment: Assist ENTSO-G in regional plans and monitor open season Lux – Fr Pre-com meetings: Give member states early understanding in FG/ NC’s Preparatory work: Getting the approach right for implementation work 3 4  Three out of four projects are started

3 Update Transparency project RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011 Konrad Keyserlingk - Ofgem -

4 4 RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011 Purpose and Objective  Gas Regulation No 715/2009, effective from 3 rd March 2011 includes a number of enhanced transparency requirements under Article 18 and under amended Chapter 3 of Annex 1 of the Gas regulation  The proposed objectives of this project: 1.Monitor compliance of TSOs against the requirements outlined under Article 18 and amended Chapter 3 of Annex 1 of Gas Regulation No 715/ Assess the quality of the data published.

5 5 RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011 Steps Project plan was discussed at February RCC and sent to stakeholders for comments Agree project plan and establish project team Agree interpretation of the transparency requirements under Gas Regulation (as part of this initial stage stakeholders such as EFET will be consulted) Agree information/ compliance template Request TSOs to populate information template Assess/ clarify populated template Publish completed template, invite stakeholder comment Publish compliance assessment

6 6 RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011 Step 1: Stakeh older Respon ses  ENTSO-G: Pan-European rather than regional approach to monitoring compliance preferred  IFIEC: Happy with project plan to monitor compliance and assess quality of data published. Will only comment on final report  EFET: Delay in responding formally Mixed response from stakeholders – do we have sufficient buy-in to continue?

7 7 RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011 Benefit s of this project  Do you think this project adds value and how important is it? 1.Very important 2.Important 3.Neutral 4.Not Important 5.Very low priority How worthwhile is the project if we lack strong stakeholder support?

8 8 RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011 Step 2: Com mon inter preta tion of Anne x  Prior to stakeholder comments – step 2: agreeing common interpretation of gas regulation was started  Regulators discussed initial views via teleconference on 3 May – general agreement on most terms  Comments consolidated into draft table outlining regulators views and sent to RCC members Do you have any additional comments on the draft interpretation? We propose to send the draft table to stakeholders for comments – do you agree?

9 9 RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011 Gas Regional Initiative Region North-West Investment Project Marie-Claire Aoun, CRE

10 10 RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011 Two objectives: —Help ENTSOG with the regional plan work in 2011 —Monitoring the open season between France and Luxembourg and share lessons for future processes

11 11 RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011  3rd TYNDP workshop of 17 March 2011 —The publication of the Gas Regional Investment Plans (GRIPs) is an obligation for TSOs —Role of ENTSOG: provide framework and guidance to support the development of the GRIPs  ENTSOG feedback on the Project Plan (18 April 2011)  Several meetings between TSOs are scheduled – ENTSOG will inform PO of progress  Where direct support of GRI NW would be helpful, ENTSOG will ensure that the PO is advised  Welcome an opportunity to present the GRIP at the next SG ENTSOG feedback on the project

12 12 RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011  Bilateral meeting CEER – ENTSOG (3 May 2011)  6 GRIPs with one TSO responsible for coordination -GRI NW coordinated by Fluxys -South GRI coordinated by ENAGAS (Spain) -France-Germany-Switzerland-Italy coordinated by Snam rete gas (Italy) -BEMIP coordinated by Gas System (Poland) -North-South East coordinated by Net4gas (Czech Republic) -Southern corridor coordinated Desfa (Greece)  TSOs are willing to present an update and if needed support from GRIs but ENTSOG insisted once again that the elaboration of these plans is a task for TSOs.  Other stakeholders: Positive feedback from IFIEC - No reaction from EFET  Next steps?, ENTSOG feedback on the project

13 13 RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011  Open season to increase firm capacity from France to Luxembourg  Coordinated process between the TSOs (CREOS and GRTgaz) and the regulators (CRE and ILR)  Two possible scenarios: 9 GWh/d or 40 GWh/d available in 2015  Non-binding phase launched at the SG meeting (26 Nov.2010) – ended 31 January 2011  Launch of the binding phase currently under discussion  Aim of the project:  Use the GRI NW as a platform for discussion of the process  Outcome of discussions synthesized in a short paper in order to share the lessons from this process, in terms of coordination, allocation rules (joint allocation office), transparency etc…  Feed the discussions on the European level: revision of the GGPOS  Expected milestones:  October 2011: presentation of the progress of the OS at SG meeting and preliminary lessons learned  November 2011: Final paper on lessons learned to be shared at a European level for the GGPOS revision Monitoring the OS between France and Luxembourg

14 14 RCC The Hague, 12 May 2011 Thank you for your attention!


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