Interconnector - Transmission tariffs

'Through the Pipe' Tariffs for Gas Years 2023 to 2037 in p/th

Combined Entry + Exit Tariff for each direction.

Excluded: Interconnector Commodity Charge and National Grid/Fluxys System Charges.

For PRISMA purchases, you will be charged the clearing price unit cost of your successful bid multiplied by the number of units purchased.

For implicit allocation purchases, you will be charged a fixed unit cost multiplied by the number of units purchased.

The capacity tariffs are set by Interconnector to ensure equitable and non-discriminatory treatment across all shippers, in accordance with its licence conditions.

Tariffs are formally reflected in the Interconnector Charging Statement.  

GY 23-24 to 37-38

GY 23-24 Short Term

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Current Commodity Charges for Gas Year 2023 - 2024

The commodity unit costs to be applied from 1 October 2023 are calculated using the following formulae:

Commodity Unit Cost (Bacton) (GB to BE flow) in p/kWh = 0.015778611 + [ 0.0001297 * ICIS Day-Ahead NBP Price Assessment (p/th) ]

Commodity Unit Cost (Zeebrugge) (BE to GB flow) in p/kWh = 0.0102364 + [ 0.0002252 * ICIS Day-Ahead NBP Price Assessment (p/th) ]

Notification of Demand Response Events 

Interconnector will notify all demand response (DR) events via the ENTSOG Transparency Platform here

Where a DR event has been called, all nominations of booked Interruptible capacity and overnomination for UK imports (BE>UK) will be reduced to zero for the remainder of the affected Gas Day(s). No further interruptible capacity or overnomination will be offered for the affected Gas Day(s). 

For electricity consumed during the demand response hours Interconnector will incur costs at the negative imbalance tariff as published by the Belgian electricity transmission grid operator, Elia (https://www.elia.be/en/grid-data/balancing/current-system-imbalance). Interconnector may interrupt the BE to UK Interruptible Capacity in order to avoid passing additional charges onto the capacity holders.

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