As an Organised Market Place (OMP) PRISMA offers its registered shippers to report their capacity bookings on the secondary market.
To allow the shipper to comply to its reporting obligations, PRISMA offers to compile the relevant trade data on behalf of the shipper and report it to the relevant recipients. Those recipients and the way of reporting can be selected by the shipper, to match its specific needs. The data can be reported in the following combinations:
- to ACER via XML files
- to the shipper via ACER XML files sent by email
- to the shipper via ACER XML files sent via the Automated Shipper Connection
- a combination of 1. and 2.
- a combination of 1. and 3.
Service Package A
REMIT reporting as part of PRISMA Automated Shipper Connection
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Companies that are connected to the PRISMA Automated Shipper Connection, can choose to receive the data via their system connection directly to their back-end system. Apart from the monthly fee for the usage of the PRISMA Automated Shipper Connection, there is no additional reoccurring charge.
The data will be provided in the XML format foreseen by ACER. Forwarding the data to ACER is in the responsibility of the shipper.
Service Package B
Reporting data sent via PRISMA to ACER and to the shipper
125,-EUR p.m.Show more information
PRISMA will report on behalf of the shipper the relevant data to ACER via a direct automated interface. The shipper will also receive the relevant reporting data in a structured XML file sent via an eMail. The XML file will be in line with the format required by ACER.
Service Package C
Reporting data sent to one party only
100,-EUR p.m.Show more information
The shipper can choose if the data shall be reported either to:
- The shipper itself as an XML file sent via eMail
If you are interested in reporting your Trade Data through another Registered Reporting Mechanism (RRM) please contact us directly.
Market participants are required by the REMIT regulation to report their relevant capacity trade data generated on the secondary market on the PRISMA capacity booking platform as of 7 April 2016. These trade reports need to be submitted to ACER as soon as possible and no later than the following working day.
The REMIT reporting to ACER shall be facilitated by an approved RRM. The Implementation Act Article 6 foresees that Organised Market Places (OMP) like PRISMA shall offer data reporting agreements that report the capacity bookings on the secondary market. The market participant may choose one or several reporting solutions offered by RRMs.
The transactions of the primary capacity market will be reported by the Transmission System Operators or a designated third party RRM on behalf of them.
REMIT Article 7 foresees the possibility to backload transaction data. Accordingly, market participants shall report details of all trades that are outstanding on the reporting start date within 90 days after the 7 April 2016. PRISMA will report those transactions on behalf of the market participants as part of the REMIT reporting service. The reporting will be performed for all users of the REMIT reporting service automatically, if the reporting agreement has been concluded before 24 June 2016. Market participant that have concluded the REMIT reporting agreement at a later point in time are asked to reach out to PRISMA to arrange to timing for backloading the respective contracts.
The REMIT reporting service has recently been extended to also allow reporting of secondary gas capacity transactions, that have not initially been concluded on the PRISMA platform. Users of the PRISMA REMIT reporting service can use this service extension free of charge. The specifics of the service are defined in the extension document which can be accessed here as a template: REMIT Reporting Schedule 6.
The Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) understands that in order to define reasonable steps to verify the completeness, accuracy and timeliness of the data, as laid down in Article 11(2) third subparagraph of Commission Implementing Regulation 1348/2014, a different level of control/verification should be performed by the big, medium and small size market participants.
ACER suggests that market participants should undertake a periodic verification of data samples at least on a quarterly basis, but at a higher frequency depending on the market participant’s size and/or volume of transactions in the relevant period.
In order to allow market participants to verify the completeness, accuracy and timeliness of the data, RRMs must have a mechanism in place to ensure that market participants can be granted access to the data submitted to ACER.
Please note that REMIT reports will not be accessible via the PRISMA platform, but through the following ACER Reporting Channels:
- Automated Shipper Connection
- Email to Shipper