Leipzig. Following a successful 10 month market pilot this year and positive feedback from the market, PRISMA is committed to offering services to storage operators. The consultation held by PRISMA and its shareholders showed a strong support to the initiative from both the market and storage operators. PRISMA is happy to consider increasing the scope
In October, Manuela Holz and Adrian Makohon from our Leipzig office attended the inaugural Wired Energy conference, held at Kings Place in London. Among sessions discussing movements in emerging energy technologies, a few speakers spoke about contemporary movements around gas infrastructure. Kevin Jones from the Airbus cyber security team talked about current threats to utility
PRISMA is always open to new ideas and feedback. We welcome any opportunity to exchange knowledge and experience, whether it be in the gas industry, our platform, related to IT or business in general. A year ago, we moved our product development process over to the SCRUM agile framework. Part of the scrum approach includes
Leipzig. As of 22nd March 2017, PRISMA’s shareholders elected a new chair to lead the Shareholder Meeting of PRISMA. Gaetano Mazzitelli, Executive Vice President for Regulatory Affairs at Snam S.p.A., will be the new chair whereas Catherine Brun, Vice President Marketing and Sales at GRTgaz S.A., will take the vice chair. After being in charge
Incremental capacity process The amendment of the CAM NC foresees provisions for an incremental capacity process. The amended CAM NC is expected to entry into force in early April 2017. The first market demand assessment for incremental capacity, as the start of an incremental capacity process, shall be conducted in 2017 as from the entry
Leipzig. PRISMA launches a pilot phase during which basic services are offered to storage operators (SSOs) to market their capacity and collect bids via the PRISMA platform. The SSOs astora GmbH & Co. KG, EWE GASSPEICHER GmbH and OMV Gas Storage GmbH have already signed up for the service and will market their capacities as
Leipzig. On behalf of the European transmission system operators involved in the European Capacity Platform, PRISMA is running a public consultation on the upcoming changes to PRISMA’s General Terms and Conditions which will come into force from October 2016. The consultation process will start on 4 July 2016 and will run until 22 July 2015.
Primary Capacity Auctions LEIPZIG – In January 2016, 172.921 primary capacity auctions were offered by the participating TSOs on PRISMA – the joint capacity platform of major European TSOs. Overall, 2.866 successful auctions were marketed on the platform in January 2016. The volumes for the primary capacity auctions taking place at PRISMA can be broken down
Shipper workshops on the newly designed user interface available nowPRISMA to offer REMIT reporting service LEIPZIG. PRISMA, the European gas capacity booking platform and its associated Transmission System Operators (TSOs) completed the “Usability Project” focussing on delivering an improved website tailored to its users’ needs.This newly designed user interface will be available as of 17 March
Report’s main objective: to offer statistical information on the primary market auctions and concluded capacity trades on the secondary market New functionalities of the PRISMA platform and NC CAM compliance New added chapter analysis the trends on the primary and secondary market during the early implementation period between April 2013 and end of September 2015 LEIPZIG.