Tariff Network Code

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  • Consultation commodity-based charge (TAR NC)
  • Final consultation of the reference price methodology (closed)
  • Initial consultation of the reference price methodology (closed)
  • Disclosures according to Tariff Network Code

Consultation commodity-based charge (TAR NC)

Consultation commodity-based charge (TAR NC)

The rise in energy prices has meant a considerable increase in the cost for compression energy for the transmission system. To account for this price increase, a commodity-based charge is to be applied at the latest from October 1, 2022, in addition to the capacity-based transmission charges already prescribed in the Gas System Charges Ordinance (GSNE-VO 2013).
Please note that the commodity-based charge specified in the consultation document is based on indicative costs and that the final amount of the charge will be determined in an amendment to the Gas System Charges Ordinance (GSNE-VO 2013).

Please send your comments or reactions to tarife@e-control.at by 14 March 2022 at the latest. Consultation responses may be submitted in German or English and will be published on our website.

 

Final consultation of the reference price methodology (closed)

Final consultation of the reference price methodology (closed)

Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/460 of 16 March 2017 establishing a network code on harmonised transmission tariff structures (TAR NC) defines, among other provisions, rules regarding reference price methodologies, publication and consultation requirements and the calculation of reserve prices for standardised capacity products.

In accordance with Article 26 and 28 of the TAR NC E-Control consults on the proposed reference price methodology and the resulting indicative reference prices as well as on the proposed discounts, multipliers and seasonal factors.

 

 

Initial consultation of the reference price methodology (closed)

Initial consultation of the reference price methodology (closed)

Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/460 of 16 March 2017 establishing a network code on harmonised transmission tariff structures (TAR NC) defines, among other provisions, rules regarding reference price methodologies, publication and consultation requirements and the calculation of reserve prices for standardised capacity products.

In accordance with Article 26 and 28 of the TAR NC E-Control consults on the proposed reference price methodology and the resulting indicative reference prices as well as on the proposed discounts, multipliers and seasonal factors.

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Disclosures according to Tariff Network Code

Disclosures according to Tariff Network Code

 

Information according to the Tariff Network Code (TAR NC) (0,2 MB)

  • for the current tariff period (2021 - 2024) for Austria
 

Information according to the Tariff Network Code (TAR NC) (0,4 MB)

  • for the tariff period (2017-2020) for Austria
 

TAR NC

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Information to be published before the annual yearly capacity auction
Art. 29 (a) Information for standard capacity products for firm capacity (reserve prices, multipliers, seasonal factors, etc.)

 transparency.entsog.eu

 e-control.at/gsne-vo

Art. 29 (b) Information for standard capacity products for interruptible capacity (reserve prices and an assessment of the propability of interruption)

 transparency.entsog.eu

 e-control.at/gsne-vo

Information to be published before the tariff period
Art. 30 (1)(a) Information on parameters used in the applied reference price methodology related to the technical characteristics of the transmission system.

Forecasted contracted capacity at entry and exit points: Chapter 1.1 and 1.2 

Associated assumptions regarding the forecasted contracted capacity: Chapter III.1. of the methodology pursuant to section 82 Natural Gas Act 2011

Structural representation of the transmission network and additional information about the transmission network of GCA

Structural representation of the transmission network and additional information about the transmission network of TAG

Art. 30 (1)(b)(i) Information on the allowed and/or target revenue. Annual allowed revenue for GCA and TAG for each year of the regulatory period 2017-2020: Chapter 2.1
Art. 30 (1)(b)(ii) Information related to changes in the revenue. Information will be published before the next tariff period
Art. 30 (1)(b)(iii) Information related the following Parameters: types of assets, cost of capital, capital and operational expenditures, incentive mechanisms and efficiency targets, inflation indices.

Types of assets included in the regulated asset base and their aggregated value: Chapter 2.2

Cost of capital and its calculation methodology: Chapter 2.3

Capital expenditures: Chapter 2.4

Operational expenditures: Chapter 2.5

Incentive mechanism and efficiency targets: Chapter 2.6

Inflation indices

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. Information is published in Chapter 3
Art. 30 (1)(b)(vi) Information related to the previous tariff period regarding the reconciliation of the regulatory account. Information will be published before the next tariff period
Art. 30 (1)(b)(vii) Information on the intended use of the auction premium.

Intended use of the auction premium: Chapter 3