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  • 02Jul2014

    GTS celebrates 10th birthday

    Gasunie Transport Services has been in existence for 10 years today. On 2 July 2004 we were established as network operator of the national grid. We would like to thank our customers and other stakeholders for the confidence they have placed in our company and their excellent cooperation. We hope to continue working with you to make a... Read more »

  • 27Jun2014

    Additional Annual Auction per 1 September 2014

    This Annual Auction is only applicable for the following Network points and capacities: 300131 HILVARENBEEK Firm unbundled  exit capacity 301111 ZELZATE Firm unbundled exit capacity 301111 ZELZATE Firm unbundled entry capacity   Read more »

  • 24Jun2014

    Consequences unavailability spot market for the Balancing regime

    On Gas day June 25 from 7:00 to 9:00 (LET) (6:00 a.m. to 08:00 (CET)) the trading systems of ICE Endex will be unavailable due to scheduled maintenance. During this time window, no balancing actions can be carried out. We request you to follow your confirmed program leading up to and during the unavailability window.  Read more »

  • 20Jun2014

    Publication Gas Balance Q1-2014

    Gasunie Transport Services has published the exit allocations for distribution Q1-2014. Read more »

  • 03Jun2014
  • 27May2014

    Script for a successful transition to the new balancing regime

    The new balancing regime will go live on June 3, 2014 at 06:00. In the preceding hours the transition to the new balancing regime will take place. For a successful transition, the cooperation of our shippers is required. We therefore request you to follow your program prior to and during the  transition to the new balancing regime. Read more »

  • 20May2014

    Concept TSC 2014-2

    We would like to inform you about the proposed amendments in the TSC 2014-1, namely: the abolishment of the TTF fee; some minor changes as a consequence of the introduction of the Network Code Balancing. The proposed changes in TSC 2014-2 are marked red. Up and until 28 May you will have the opportunity to comment. In that... Read more »

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