RBP IP TP

EU Regulations

In compliance with the provisions of  the Chapter 3 of Annex I. to Regulation (EC) No 715/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council the relevant information published by FGSZ Ltd. is accessible here:

3.1.2. a) Services offered and their charges
3.1.2. b) Different types of transportation contracts
3.1.2. c) Network code, standard conditions outlining the rights and responsibilities of all network users
3.1.2. d) Harmonised procedures in connection with transmission system, including the definition of key terms
3.1.2. e) Provisions on capacity allocation, congestion management and anti-hoarding and reutilisation procedures​
3.1.2. f) Rules applicable for capacity trade on the secondary market vis-à-vis the transmission system operator​
3.1.2. g)​ Rules on balancing and methodology for the calculation of imbalance charges​ 
3.1.2. h) Flexibility and tolerance levels
3.1.2. i) Descriptions of the points of the gas transmission system, names of the operators of the interconnected systems​
3.1.2. j) Rules applicable for connection to the system operated by the transmission system operator​
3.1.2. k) Information on emergency mechanisms
3.1.2. l) Nomination, matching, allocation, and balancing procedures applied at interconnecting gas transmission systems
3.1.2. m) Methodology for calculating technical capacities of the gas transmission system
3.3. (1) a) Technical capacity of gas transmission points in both directions​
3.3. (1) b) Contracted interruptible and non-interruptible capacities in both directions at all points of the gas transmission system​
3.3. (1) c) Nominations and re-nominations in both directions​
3.3. (1) d) Available firm and interruptible capacity in both directions​
3.3. (1) e) Actual physical flows
3.3. (1) f) Planned and actual interruption of interruptible capacity
3.3. (1) g)Planned and unplanned interruptions to firm services due to maintenance, restoration information   
3.3. (1) h) Occurrence of unsuccessful, legally valid requests for firm capacity products with a duration of one month or longer including the number and volume of the unsuccessful requests​   
3.3. (1) i) In the case of auctions, where and when firm capacity products with a duration of one month or longer have cleared at prices higher than the reserve price​   
3.3. (1) j) Where and when no firm capacity product with a duration of one month or longer has been offered in the regular allocation process
3.3. (1) k) Total capacity made available through the application of the congestion-management procedures laid down in points 2.2.2, 2.2.3, 2.2.4 and 2.2.5 per applied congestion-management procedure
3.3. (4) Daily WOBBE measures at points
3.3. (5) Physical, available and booked capacities subject to the current, and the next 10 years
3.4. (1) Offered and contracted capacities on the secondary capacity market
3.4. (2) Products and relevant registration, acceptation times on the secondary capacity market
3.4. (3) Network user imbalance and relevant cost data
3.4. (4) Other flexible service not on the occasion of tolerance
3.4. (5) Gas amount per balancing zone in the transmission system​   
3.4. (6) User friendly instruments for calculating tarifs  
 

Further to the provision enabling to the national regulatory authority to decide on publication requirements under the Article 30. of the Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/460 establishing a network code on harmonised transmission tariff structures for gas (TAR NC), the resolution No. 9583/2018 was issued by the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Authority within its competence and is accessible HERE.(link)

 In compliance with the resolution the publication requirements specified by the Article 30 of the TAR NC have been fulfilled for 2020 by the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Authority by having the respective documents published HERE.