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Title: Madrid, 1st April 2008


1

Proposal for the commercialisation of existing
and committed capacity at the cross border point
of Larrau between France and Spain
  • Madrid, 1st April 2008

2
Background
  • ENAGÁS and TIGF have committed to put in
    operation by 2009 new capacities in both
    directions at the cross border point of Larrau,
    and have agreed ERGEGs South GRI proposal of
    evaluating shippers interest in existing
    (non-allocated) capacities and in new capacities
    at this point, and to allocate the referred
    capacities through an Open Subscription Period
    (OSP), which will take from 2008.
  • The competent regulatory authorities in both
    countries have committed to adapt the regulatory
    framework in force in order to allow the proposed
    OSPs to take place under the general principles
    agreed between the TSO and regulators.
  • The object of this document is to announce to the
    market the intention to hold a OSP in 2008 to
    allocate capacities from 1st November 2009 to
    31st March 2013, and the basic rules under which
    the OSPs will be conducted.

3
Main updates of the previous documents
  • Review of sample capacities to be offered.
  • Setting of same ending date for capacity in both
    directions (31/03/2013).
  • Review of allocation rules.
  • Tentative calendar of OSPs.
  • Other comments.

4
1. Technical capacities
  • The table of capacities to be offered under the
    OSP have been modified taking into account
  • The update of the analysis on technical
    capacities made by TIGF and Enagás in January
    2008 and presented in the 6th Implementation
    Group of the SGRI on 11th February 2008.
  • Last available date on booked capacities. Due to
    new requests for long-term capacity, the capacity
    available for the OSP from France to Spain has
    been reduced, and there will be no capacity
    available until November 2009. This might have an
    impact on the timing of the OSP.

Capacities might be subject to revision,
depending on availability and the progress of the
works of the new facilities. The capacities
offered under each OSP will be published in each
OSP procedure, and it will be detailed whether
they are subject to any restriction.
5
1. Committed infrastructure and capacity added
6th Implementation Group of the SGRI on 11th
February 2008
6
1. Sample capacities to be offered (I)
ENAGAS -gt TIGF
() In April 2009 15 GWh/day are booked, whereas
the capacity booked from May 2009 to October 2009
amounts to 11.98GWh/day. () Short term
capacities from 1st November 2009 will be sold
yearly, in later OSPs, performed a year before
their starting day. E.g. STC from 1st November
2009 to 31st October 2010 will be offered during
the OSP to be hold in 2009.
7
1. Sample capacities to be offered (I)
TIGF -gt ENAGAS
() Short term capacities from 1st November 2009
will be sold yearly, in later OSPs, performed a
year before their starting day. E.g. STC from 1st
November 2009 to 31st October 2010 will be
offered during the OSP to be hold in 2009. ()
Booked capacity does not include capacity
requested but not yet subscribed.
8
2. OSP ending dates (I)
  • TIGF and ENAGÁS strongly support the modification
    included by the CRE and the CNE to establish the
    same ending date for the capacity services
    allocated under the OSP in both directions
    (31/03/2013).
  • ENAGÁS, TIGF and GRTgaz have already started
    contacts to settle the basis of the OS(s) to
    build and allocate new interconnection capacity
    between their systems. An issue raised during
    these preliminary contacts has been that a number
    of OSPs and OSs are planned during the next few
    years between and within the systems of these
    TSOs and, in order to facilitate a better
    coordination between them where possible, it
    would be desirable to fix the same ending date
    for capacity services in both directions (France
    gt Spain and Spain gt France ) in this OSP.

9
2. OSP ending dates (II)
  • A preliminary analysis, taking into account the
    estimated dates for entering into operation of
    certain infrastructures, suggests that the ending
    date for the OSP between ENAGÁS and TIGF systems
    should be around late 2012 or early 2013. This
    might prevent holding two different OSs in the
    future to build and allocate new capacity,
    simplifying the coordination between TSOs, and
    might also facilitate the coordination with other
    OSPs and OSs.
  • Therefore, in the context of the proposed OSP,
    ENAGÁS and TIGF agree with the CRE and the CNE to
    establish a common ending date for the capacity
    services to be allocated under the proposed OSP
    in both directions, which could be 31/03/2013.
    This would allow allocating capacity services
    under the potential OS under study from
    01/04/2013, in coordination with the subsequent
    OSP between ENAGÁS and TIGF, and possibly in
    coordination with other OSPs/OSs in within
    France.

10
3. Allocation rules
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4. Tentative calendar of OSPs (I)
  • TIGF and ENAGÁS propose to
  • shorten the period between the allocation of
    short-term capacity and the starting date of the
    service, in order to allow shippers to better
    estimate their needs and therefore to encourage
    requests from shippers.
  • allow shippers to make their requests for STC
    once the LTC has been allocated. STC is
    frequently a way to meet flexibility needs for
    shippers with capacity already contracted on a
    long-term basis.
  • Given that there will no be capacity available
    until November 2009, TIGF and ENAGÁS recommend
    not to allocate STC in the OSP to be hold in
    2008. It would be advisable to wait until the OSP
    to be hold in 2009 for the allocation of STC (it
    is proposed to hold OSPs in spring each year from
    2009 on).

12
4. Tentative calendar of OSPs (II)
13
4. Tentative calendar of OSPs (III)
  • Tentative calendar of OSPs to allocate STC in the
    future

14
4. Calendar of future OSPs
15
5. Other comments
  • The current proposal, as the former ones,
    includes the allocation of LTC from Spain to
    France. However, this capacity will only be
    available from April 2011. Given that the
    capacity will be offered two years and a half in
    advance, and for a period of two years, TIGF and
    ENAGÁS doubt that shippers will be interested in
    making any commitment to book this capacity in
    2008.
  • Whether this capacity will or not be offered in a
    future OSP must be clarified before the OSP takes
    place. Otherwise, it will be only possible to
    offer the referred capacity on a first-come,
    first-served basis after the first OSP.).

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