Published Date: 11 Jun 2019

Sectors:
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    Electricity & Gas

Harmonised Transmission Tariff Methodology for Gas

The CRU has, on 11 June, published a Decision Paper on the harmonised transmission tariff methodology for gas. The purpose of the changes to the methodology outlined in this Decision Paper is to ensure that the methodology is compliant with the Tariff Network Code for gas (EU 2017/460) and continues to reflect the unique characteristics of the Irish gas system.

This follows a review of the methodology used to calculate gas transmission tariffs in Ireland. As part of this review, the CRU published a Consultation Paper (CRU/18/247) on the proposed harmonised transmission tariff methodology for gas on 11th December 2018. Then, on 14 March 2019, the CRU published an Information Paper summarising the responses received to its Consultation Paper. The publication of this Decision Paper concludes this review of the gas transmission tariff methodology.

Contact Name:
Gas Networks Team
Contact Email:
gasnetworks@cru.ie

2019

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CRU19060 Harmonised Transmission Tariff Methodology for Gas Decision Paper

Round 1

2018

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CRU18247 Harmonised Transmission Tariff Methodology for Gas Consultation Paper

2018

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CRU18247c Diversity premium calculation workbook

2018

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CRU18247d Capacity/commodity split impact assessment workbook

2018

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CRU18247e Expansion constant calculation workbook

2018

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CRU18247f Annuitisation factor calculation workbook

2018

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CRU18247g VRF probability of interruption analysis workbook