FZK entry

Firm Freely Allocable Entry Capacity

  • 16/05/2022

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  • 29/04/2022
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    Calls for Tender of Fluxys TENP GmbH for Supply of Fuel Gas

    Fluxys TENP GmbH is tendering for the delivery period 1 July 2022, 06:00 hours to 1 January 2023, 06:00 hours an estimated total quantity of fuel gas of 200,000 MWh. In addition to this, Fluxys TENP is tendering for the delivery period 1 June 2022, 06:00 hours to 1 July 2022, 06:00 hours an total quantity of fuel gas of 100,800 MWh. Bids can be submitted for natural gas (H-gas) as well as for biogas. Interested bidders can submit their bids by 13 May 2022 at 14:00 hours at the latest.

Product description

Book this capacity to transport your gas from the Dutch trading platform TTF, the Belgian ZTP or the British hub NBP to the German market area THE for trading at the VTP THE.

Advantages:

  • Trade your gas at the VTP THE.
  • Freely allocable capacity: access all bookable points within the entire market area THE.

Available at the following cross-border interconnection points:

  • VIP TTF-NCG-H (marketed by OGE): connection with the Dutch trading platform TTF.
  • VIP Belgium-NCG (marketed by OGE): connection with the Belgian ZTP and the British hub NBP.

 

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