10/01/2020Our Commercial teams will be present again at E-World 2020. Held in the Essen Messe from 11 to 13 February 2020, E-world is a unique opportunity to meet and discuss our latest developments.
You are more than welcome on stand 418 in Hall 2. Our representatives from Germany, UK, Belgium, Switzerland and France will be available to walk you through our products and services.
09/01/2020Consultation: Grid Connection Agreement to be concluded for the new Grid Connection Point Brandov – Deutschneudorf EUGALIn accordance with Article 4 (2) of the Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/703 of 30 April 2015 establishing Network Code on Interoperability and Data Exchange Rules (“NC INT”), GASCADE invites network users to comment on the proposed text of certain excerpts from the following documents.
- 03/07/2019Consultation regarding the request for a single exemption from the obligation to enable bi-directional capacity at the interconnection point Deutschneudorf-EUGAL
- 31/05/2019Reference price (according to BNetzA decision REGENT) published for calendar year 2020 for market area GASPOOLToday Fluxys Deutschland has published the reference price calculated together with the other TSOs of the market area GASPOOL as required by BNetzA decision REGENT (BK9-18/611-GP).
About Fluxys Deutschland
Fluxys Deutschland GmbH is a transmission system operator in the NEL pipeline and the EUGAL pipeline under construction, marketing approx. 16% of capacity in the latter and 24% of capacity in the former. We combine our international expertise with close customer interaction to provide high-level services for their supplies into Germany and the markets beyond. As a Fluxys group company it is our mission to contribute to a sustainable energy future and our passionate teams secure reliable and affordable energy flows into the market.
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NEL & EUGAL Pipelines
Supply backbones into Germany and Europe
The NEL pipeline and the EUGAL pipeline under construction accommodate downstream gas flows from the Nord Stream pipelines bringing Russian natural gas through the Baltic Sea to Europe. They allow additional volumes of gas from Siberia to be shipped into Germany through their interconnections and unlock these volumes for the surrounding markets as well.