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Subscription window for LNG transshipment services opened
From 20 December 2017 until 31 January 2018, interested parties can secure berthing rights at the Zeebrugge LNG Terminal for ship-to-ship transfer of LNG from 1 April until 31 December 2018.
European gas infrastructure companies and renewable gas producers: ‘save billions of euros by setting ambitious target for renewable gas’
- At an event organised by the Gas for Climate consortium in Brussels, European Commissioner for Climate & Energy, Miguel Arias Cañete highlighted that gas and existing gas infrastructure will play an important role in the future EU energy system
- Action Plan Gas for Climate presents measures for large scale up of renewable gas in the EU
- The Action Plan follows a study by Ecofys, a Navigant company, which shows the potential to significantly scale up renewable gas in Europe and that using this gas reduces the societal cost to fully decarbonise the EU energy system
World's first purpose-built LNG Bunkering Vessel delivered to ENGIE, parent company Fluxys, Mitsubishi Corporation and NYK
ENGIE, parent company Fluxys, Mitsubishi Corporation, and NYK have taken delivery of the world’s first purpose built liquefied natural gas bunkering vessel (LBV) from Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Co. Ltd., at the Yeongdo shipyard in Busan, Korea. She will run on LNG for her maiden voyage, after a few days of loading LNG delivered by trucks at the shipyard.
2019 Incremental Capacity Process Results
Fluxys Belgium and our adjacent TSOs, have jointly completed the assessment of market demand for incremental capacity.
COVID-19 – Update
We have put some of the most frequently asked questions about coronavirus from our network users into a handy Q&A overview. If you have any more questions or need further information, please feel free to contact us. You can always find the information about our COVID-business continuity plan on the website.
PRISMA yearly auction
IUK is offering annual capacity for gas year 2016-2017 and for gas years 2018-2019 through to 2030-2031 on PRISMA for the first time.
IUK is excited to announce the launch of a second sales process for capacity for use from 1 October 2018 onwards. This sale gives shippers the opportunity to purchase capacity at a fixed price with a lowest price guarantee. Also, long-term bookings attract significant price incentives. The closing date for bids is 15 October 2015.
Post 2018 capacity sale
IUK sells a significant quantity of GB import capacity for a ten year period from 1 October 2018.
CAM capacity auctions
On 1 November 2015, IUK's capacity auction processes will move from ISIS to PRISMA. In order to facilitate the transition, there will be two days where no day ahead auctions take place.
Consultation now open: review our products, capacity allocation, contract and tariff for post-2018 capacity
Today we are launching the sale of Interconnector capacity for use from 1 October 2018 - for full details see our Capacity Sales for 2018 page.
Launch of new day-ahead capacity service
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new service, the auctioning of day-ahead capacity from 1 September 2015.
Proposed 2018 Annual Maintenance
The planned dates for our 2018 annual maintenance are now available. We propose
to shut down at 06:00 CET (05:00 UKT) on 13 June 2018 for a period of 15 days,
resuming flow at 06:00 CET (05:00 UKT) on 28 June 2018.
Publication of IUK Tariffs for Gas Year 2019-20
IUK is pleased to announce the publication of its tariffs for Gas Year 2019–20, ahead of the PRISMA annual capacity auction in July.
Confirmed 2017 annual maintenance
The confirmed dates for our 2017 annual maintenance are now available.
Specific biogas levy 2019
In accordance with Section 7 of the Cooperation Agreement as amended on 29 March 2018 (KoV X) in conjunction with the “Guidelines for biogas redistribution levy”, Fluxys TENP GmbH publishes the nationwide standard specific biogas levy. For the calendar year 2019 the nationwide standard specific biogas levy amounts to 0.00181350 €/kWh/h/d. This corresponds to an annual value of approx. 0.66193 €/kWh/h/a.
Call for Tender of Fluxys Deutschland GmbH for Supply of Heating Gas
The delivery period runs from 1 January 2020, 06:00 hours, for an indefinite period.
The heating gas should be delivered at the point Achim II in the market area GASPOOL.
Interested bidders are requested to submit their bids by 3 December 2019 at 14:00 hours at the latest.
German Transmission Systems Operators publish Market Demand Assessment Reports
The German transmission systems operators are publishing on 27 July 2017 for the first time market demand assessment reports according to Article 26 (3) of the EU Regulation 2017/459 (Network Code on Capacity Allocation Mechanisms), determining new transport capacities to be created on the borders of the market areas GASPOOL and NCG. From 6 April to 1 June 2017 market participants had the opportunity to submit their non-binding capacity demands for market area and cross border points. The received capacity demand indications were analyzed in the published market demand assessment reports in order to determine the demand for new transport capacity. The reports are available at the FNB Gas Capacity website. The Entry and Exit Points marketed by Fluxys Deutschland (Entry Greifswald and Exit Achim II) are considered in the reports of the market area borders Russia – GASPOOL and GASPOOL – NCG.
Fluxys TENP operative System Downtime on 19 June 2019
Fluxys TENP performs Maintenance Works on its IT System
Market information regarding VIP-implementation
The concerned German Transmission System Operators have published a market information regarding the delay of the VIP-implementation.
German Transmission System Operators publish Market Demand Assessment Reports
The German transmission system operators are publishing on 27 July 2017 for the first time market demand assessment reports according to Article 26 (3) of the EU Regulation 2017/459 (Network Code on Capacity Allocation Mechanisms), determining new transport capacities to be created on the borders of the market areas GASPOOL and NCG. From 6 April to 1 June 2017 market participants had the opportunity to submit their non-binding capacity demands for market area and cross border points. The received capacity demand indications were analyzed in the published market demand assessment reports in order to determine the demand for new transport capacity. The reports are available at the FNB Gas Capacity website.