Fluxys Belgium - Market Consultation 65 - Changes in the Regulated Documents and Storage Tariffs
In a continuous effort to further improve its service offering, Fluxys Belgium is proposing adjustments to its storage services and storage tariffs with a focus on:
- Adjusting the fuel invoice model towards Energy in Cash,
- Introducing a cash deposit as a last-resort option for collateral,
- The communication of the maximum allowed GIS-exceeding,
- Storage tariffs for the 2024-2027 period. Fluxys Belgium expects tariff levels for storage for 2024-2027 to remain in line with the current tariffs. These new tariffs are determined based on the following key assumptions:
- Operating costs in line with the previous regulatory period,
- Investment in new electrical motors for five compressors in order to reduce emissions of the installation and to comply with environmental regulation,
- All still available SBU capacity sold at a price in line with the relevant summer-winter spread.
The following document summarizes the proposed changes: Summary note
Through this market consultation that will take place from 6 September to 26 September 2023, Fluxys Belgium is proposing adjustments to its regulatory documents for storage and its storage tariffs.
Documents in consultation (with track changes):
- Standard Storage Agreement
- Standard Storage Agreement - Attachment 3
- Storage Program
- Access Code for Storage - Attachment B
- Access Code for Storage - Attachment D1
- Access Code for Storage - Attachment H1
- Storage Tariffs 2024 - 2027 - Consultation Document
- Storage Tariffs 2024 - 2027 - Annex A
You are kindly invited to send your written comments to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, September 26th 2023 close of business.
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