Fluxys Belgium market consultation 47

In Belgium biogas is already frequently used as an energy source for CHPs. Once purified to biomethane, biogas producers also have the option of injecting their gas into the grid.

These biomethane injections can, depending on the circumstances, be connected to the Fluxys Belgium network. To this end, a new contractual framework is to be provided.

This new contractual context should also allow, at a later stage, the connection to the high pressure network of productions of other “green”, “low emission” compatible gases.

A new contract between Fluxys Belgium and a local compatible gas producer, called “Standard Connection Agreement - Local Producer” has been drawn up for this purpose and is part, with its annexes, of this market consultation launched on 30 October 2020.

Documents in consultation

You can find all the information on the Fluxys network connection procedure here. This procedure is not part of the Connection Agreement - Local Producer and in that sense not subject to the approval of the CREG.


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The Gas Injection Station (including compression) is owned and managed by Fluxys Belgium, in contrast to the Gas Receiving Station when connecting an end user where the Gas Receiving Station is owned and managed by the end user himself.

The Gas Injection Station will be built on the site made available by the Local Producer.

The necessary electricity for the supply of the Gas Injection Station, in particular the compression, will be supplied by the Local Producer.

Requirements for the quality of the supplied Gas must be in accordance with the Synergrid specifications (G8 / 1 Regulations for decentralized gas injection).

The local Producer is responsible for the quality of the Gas supplied.

Fluxys Belgium operates the Gas Injection Station as a Prudent and Careful Operator and makes every reasonable effort to keep these installations operational and reliable, outside the periods of maintenance, repair and replacement.


Current status of the consultation

Step 1 finished step 3 finished step 4 finished step 5 finished
Invitation to participate Review after comments Approval CREG

Updated documents 


Consultation Report

The consultation report provides an overview of the main reactions to the proposed changes: Consultation Report 47


CREG Decision

The decision (B)2191 is published on CREG website (in French).