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tew (10.10.18) - Eu tariff network code, implementation status and monitoring conclusions (1)

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tew (10.10.18) - Eu tariff network code, implementation status and monitoring conclusions (1)

  1. 1. EU Tariff Network Code Irina Oshchepkova Subject Manager, Tariffs – Markets Implementation status and monitoring conclusions Energy Transparency Week, Kyiv 10 October 2018
  2. 2. 2 Overview ➢ Implementation timeline Where we have been ➢ Implementation monitoring ➢ Effect monitoring Where we are ➢ Consultations ➢ ACER’s reviews What is ahead of us ➢ ACER’s report on allowed revenues Agenda
  3. 3. 3 Overview: Implementation timeline
  4. 4. Apr May Aug Sep Oct Nov DecJun 2017 TSO/NRA: publication before tariff period (Jan-Dec) and ‘early compliance’ publication Jul Application date 1 and entry into force Application date 2
  5. 5. Jan Mar Apr May Aug Sep Oct Nov DecFeb Jun ENTSOG: monitoring report to ACER TSO/NRA: publication before yearly capacity auctions TSO/NRA: estimated launch of final consultation NRA: estimated launch of consultation on multipliers, seasonal factors and discounts 2018 TSO/NRA: publication before tariff period (other cases) Jul
  6. 6. Jan Mar Apr May Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov DecFeb TSO/NRA: publication before yearly capacity auctions – based on ‘new’ methodology Application date 3 NRA: decision on final consultation (send to ACER and EC) and on multipliers, seasonal factors and discounts Jun 2019
  7. 7. 7 Where we have been: Implementation and effect monitoring
  8. 8. 8 ➢ Publication and consultation requirements are time consuming ➢ Need of clear and timely agreement on publication and consultation responsibility split between TSO and NRA Implementation monitoring 2017: lessons learnt
  9. 9. 9 ➢ Indicators used: under-/over-recovery of revenues, tariff changes, capacity bookings, availability of publications in English, multipliers ➢ But most indicators are for Chapters applicable only in 2019 Effect monitoring 2017: lessons learnt
  10. 10. 10 Where we are: Consultations
  11. 11. Discounts at points from/to infrastructure for SoS to end isolation of MS Information on revenue, commodity and non-transmission tariffs Tariff changes and trends, tariff model Fixed payable price in price cap regime for existing capacity 11 Consultation 1 By TSO or NRA, min 5-year cycle (from first completion by May 2019) Proposed methodology Cost allocation assessments Compare tariffs from proposed methodology and from capacity- weighted distance Discounts at points from/to storage Discounts at points from LNG
  12. 12. 12 By NRA, every tariff period (from first completion by May 2019) Multipliers and seasonal factors Discounts at points from LNG Discounts at points from/to infrastructure for SoS to end isolation of MS Discounts for interruptible products Consultation 2
  13. 13. 13 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May NL SE RO NI PT DK SI PL PL Yamal IT EL CZ HU SK GB DE AT 0 BE 0 BG EE,FI,LT,LV HR IE ES: tbc FR 2018 2019 TAR consultation timeline * Information updated on 17.9.2018 Closed Closed Closed Closed Open Open Open Open Open ACER analysis ✓ACER analysis ✓ NRA carrying out the consultation TSO carrying out the consultation 1 November 2018 deadline for launching the consultation (counting back from 31 May 2019)
  14. 14. 14 What ACER must analyse ➢ Completeness ➢ Methodology vs criteria ➢ Commodity and non-transmission tariffs vs criteria What ACER said ➢ Missing structural representation of network (NL) ➢ Missing methodology to forecast bookings, tariff model (SE) ➢ Need to justify postage stamp instead of capacity-weighted distance (NL, SE) ➢ Welcomes high degree of details (NL) ACER’s reviews of methodologies
  15. 15. 15 What is ahead of us: ACER’s report on allowed revenues
  16. 16. 16 What ACER must do ➢ Report on ‘methodologies and parameters used to determine the allowed/target revenue of TSOs’ Report content ➢ Description of regulatory framework ➢ Harmonisation often inappropriate (RAB, WACC) ➢ Benchmarking of costs could be useful Feedback ➢ Stakeholders quite supportive ➢ NRAs sceptical ➢ EC may feed report into studies ➢ No recommendations expected from ACER Results of September Workshop
  17. 17. Thank You for Your Attention ENTSOG -- European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas Avenue de Cortenbergh 100, B-1000 Brussels EML: WWW: www.entsog.eu Irina Oshchepkova Subject Manager, Tariffs - Markets Irina.Oshchepkova@entsog.eu

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