Interconnector - Transmission tariffs

Current 'Through the Pipe' Tariffs in p/th

Combined Entry + Exit Tariff for each direction.

Excluded: IUK 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 IUK to ensure equitable and non-discriminatory treatment across all shippers, in accordance with its licence conditions.

Tariffs are formally reflected in the IUK Charging Statement.

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Tariffs for Gas Years 2020 to 2034

IUK Commodity Charge

IUK uses natural gas and electricity within the IUK transportation system as fuel gas for compressors and heaters at Bacton, to replace gas lost through shrinkage and to power the compressors at Zeebrugge.  You will be charged a commodity charge based on your entry allocations. (See IAC Section F paragraph 9.)

The relevant Charging Statement sets out the formulae for calculating the unit costs to apply in each month.

Commodity Unit Cost (Bacton) in p/kWh = 0.0001515 * ICE (M+1) NBP (p/th)

Commodity Unit Cost (Zeebrugge) in p/kWh = 0.0136486 + [0.0002525 * ICE (M+1) NBP (p/th)]

 

Current Commodity Charges

The commodity unit costs for the following month will be calculated and fixed on the first business day of each month using the most recently available data.

Charging Statement

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