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GIE - Gas Infrastructure Europe - PRESS RELEASE
 
Press Release
  19 April 2018

Gas infrastructure guaranteed a high level of Security of Supply in a stressed winter

 

  • Winter full of unexpected incidents, but gas delivery was guaranteed all the time
  • Gas stock level at the end of the winter lowest ever
  • Gas storage injection starts to prepare for the next winter

 

The resilience of the European gas markets has been proven by the recent spells of cold weather across Europe. Europe has been subjected to an unusually cold spell at the end of the winter. This was inter alia combined with restricted production due to the volume cap at the Groningen field and unavailability of the Rough gas storage. Early warning status was declared in 3 European countries (in Italy, Denmark and Sweden) this winter, but thanks to the well-functioning cooperation between the Transmission System Operators, increased send-out from LNG terminals as well as the availability of sufficient gas storage fill levels, some countries avoided even tighter supply situation and the declaration of the real emergency.

 

GIE President Jean-Marc Leroy said that “This year again, Europe passed the recent cold spells successfully thanks to the reliability of gas infrastructure operators. The EU internal gas market worked well and the gas flowed where it was needed.”

 

The response to the higher demand for gas was an increase in send-out rates from gas storage as shippers attempted to benefit from higher spot gas prices. As a result, gas stock level in March has fallen below those seen in the last 5 years to finally stand at 18% or 190 TWh at the end of March 2018. In some countries the gas stock level dropped as low as 2%.

 

If we look at what happened in Europe, by far the most expensive gas during the cold spell was traded in the markets with limited flexibility of gas storages. On the 1st March, it could be observed that the NBP and TTF were the worst hit as prices in the UK NBP and Dutch TTF were at record highs (day-ahead prices assessed at Eur88/MWh and Eur79/MWh, respectively1). Without the Rough gas storage, the UK has less winter flexibility and so is more vulnerable than ever with winter prices rising above the European hubs. On the TTF market, the strictly capped production at the giant Groningen field was not compensated by an adequate increase in storage withdrawals which could leave it exposed to a surge in demand.

 

In Italy, where unexpected events occurred this winter, the Italian market continued to supply customers throughout the period, which is sign of resilience of the network and ability to withstand serious short-term emergency. Even in the case of the accident at Baumgarten, gas storage in Austria and Italy was the key provider of flexibility in their home markets whereas Baumgarten quickly resumed its service as a major transit point for Russian gas to Italy.

 

With the winter over now, only some storage facilities started gas injection in preparation for the next season. Record high usage of gas storage last winter has at the same time resulted in a record low valuation of storage looking at seasonal spreads only. With current market prices, incentives for market participants to build up adequate stock levels are low.

 

Mr. Lubor Veleba, Member of the Board, Gas Infrastructure Europe, said: “Shippers usually refer to the futures seasonal price spread to make their purchasing decision whereas this metric fails to reflect the full value of gas storage.”

 

The last winter has again demonstrated that gas infrastructure in general and gas storage in specific contributed to the well-functioning internal gas market by operating the network in an efficient manner, increasing the liquidity and fostering competition. Moreover, gas storage fulfilled its important and diverse role in the European energy system by not only ensuring the security of energy supplies, but also contributing to system stability.

 

In the future, these services and similar fill levels can be guaranteed only if storage site operators are remunerated and the full value of gas storage is recognized.

 

1 within-day trades at the UK’s NBP hit unusual highs of 125 €/MWh

 

 

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Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is an association representing the interests of European natural gas infrastructure operators active in natural gas transmission, storage and LNG regasification. GIE is a trusted partner of European institutions, regulatory bodies and industry stakeholders. It is based in Brussels, the heart of European policymaking.

 

GIE currently represents 68 member companies from 25 countries. Its internal structure has three columns corresponding to the three types of infrastructure activities represented: GTE (Gas Transmission Europe), GSE (Gas Storage Europe) and GLE (Gas LNG Europe), all of which fall under the umbrella of GIE. This structure allows member companies to speak with one voice on infrastructure topics as well as to build positions on column-specific issues.

 

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Press Release
  20 March 2018

Return of cold weather triggers large use of gas infrastructure in Europe

 

  • Efficient operation of gas transmission, storage and LNG assures security of energy supplies
    to European houses
  • Some European countries receive about half of its daily gas consumption from gas storages
  • Storage operators are not fully remunerated for their role in security of supply

 

Low temperatures in the second half of March in large parts of Europe increased the use of gas infrastructure. This follows a period of cold weather in the second half of February when effective use of gas transport, storage and LNG terminals was essential in delivering energy to all EU citizens and keeping the European houses warm.

 

Mr. Jean-Marc Leroy, President of Gas Infrastructure Europe, said: “The current situation highlights the strategic importance of a resilient gas system where all the main gas infrastructure operators of the gas value chain play their role. However, the winter period is not over yet and another cold spell this week is capturing our full attention.

 

While a well-integrated transport gas network is key in further increasing the liquidity of the energy market and LNG terminals continue gaining significance by increasing the level of competition between suppliers, underground gas storages play a crucial role in coping with high demand variations. According to AGSI+, the gas stock level platform operated by GIE, the storage withdrawals reached 11.4TWh on the 28th of February 2018, the highest since 2011. In some countries, for example in Germany, more than half of its daily consumption was sourced from gas storages.

 

Mr. Lubor Veleba, Member of the Board, Gas Infrastructure Europe, noted: “Gas storage facilities in many European countries provide more than half of daily gas consumption on cold days.  I regret, however, that storage operators are often not fully remunerated for their role in security of supply.” Gas storage users typically value storage on long term seasonal gas price spreads rather than day ahead or security of supply considerations.

 

The European gas storage fill level stand at 21,7% on the 18th of March, the lowest since 2011 for this date. Consequently, the market participants track closely the inventory levels that need to be sufficient to cover the fluctuating demand until the end of the winter. The heavy use of gas storage this year highlights the need for a continued discussion at the European level. Under the evolving market conditions and in the absence of full remuneration of storage operators, there is a risk that in future gas storage may not be able to deliver required filling levels.

 

Note to Editors

 

Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is an association representing the interests of European natural gas infrastructure operators active in natural gas transmission, storage and LNG regasification. GIE is a trusted partner of European institutions, regulatory bodies and industry stakeholders. It is based in Brussels, the heart of European policymaking.

 

GIE currently represents 68 member companies from 25 countries. Its internal structure has three columns corresponding to the three types of infrastructure activities represented: GTE (Gas Transmission Europe), GSE (Gas Storage Europe) and GLE (Gas LNG Europe), all of which fall under the umbrella of GIE. This structure allows member companies to speak with one voice on infrastructure topics as well as to build positions on column-specific issues.

 

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Press Release
  13 February 2018

GIE and EBA publish the 'European Biomethane Map 2018'
The map provides a comprehensive overview of biomethane installations in Europe.

 

Brussels, 13 February 2018 - Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE), in collaboration with the European Biogas Association (EBA), have just published the ‘European Biomethane Map 2018’. This comprehensive map locates and lists all known biomethane installations running in Europe, which amount to over 500 units. It is the first of its kind, produced thanks to up-to-date information gathered from national biogas associations, energy agencies and companies.

 

The map provides specific details about each biomethane plant, including their connection to the gas grid, feed-in capacity, main substrate used, upgrading process and date of start of operation. Cross-border interconnection points and pipelines are also indicated. Furthermore, the map brings additional data about the European biomethane market evolution, distribution of plants in European countries, and forecasts of natural gas and biomethane indigenous production in Europe until 2037.

 

Jan Stambasky, EBA president, said:“The number of biomethane plants in Europe has been considerably increasing in recent years, reaching over 500 units today. EBA and GIE have decided to illustrate this positive trend with this map, which provides a high-quality overview of the main technical features, current status and location of existing installations. With the huge development of the biomethane sector expected in the coming years, this pioneering map might be the first of a long series”.

 

Boyana Achovski, GIE Secretary General, said:“Together with EBA, GIE initiated the project ‘Biomethane Map’ and we are happy to present the first edition. GIE is convinced that the European Gas Grids are ready to ensure that biomethane is transported and injected locally and used globally. This map shows the positive development of the biomethane plants nowadays”.



The map is available for download on GIE and EBA websites.



Should you be interested in the print format, please feel free to order it on GIE website.

 

Note to Editors

 

European Biogas Association (EBA) is the leading European association in the field of biogas and biomethane production covering the anaerobic digestion and gasification industries, committed to the active promotion of the deployment of sustainable biogas and biomethane production and use throughout Europe. EBA has currently more than 90 members in 26 European countries. [european-biogas.eu]



Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is the association representing the sole interest of the infrastructure industry in the natural gas business such as Transmission System Operators, Storage System Operators and LNG Terminal Operators. GIE has currently 68 members in 25 European countries. [www.gie.eu]

 

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Press Release
  28 February 2018

GIE releases the Small-Scale LNG database 2018

 

GIE releases its Small-Scale LNG 2018 database. The database provides the LNG industry and interested parties with an overview of the available, planned and announced small-scale LNG infrastructure and services in Europe. After being awarded this month The Most Supportive Gas Institution of the Year for its transparency tool ALSI at the Small-Scale LNG Summit 2018 in Milan, GIE continuously contributes to the increase of transparency in the LNG market.

 

Key findings

 

Small scale LNG infrastructure is heavily dependent on the proximity of large scale LNG import terminals. As of end 2017, 75% of operational small-scale LNG infrastructures were in countries that have large scale regasification terminals1, mainly in Western Europe.

 

France, Italy, Spain and the UK have been driving the growth in small scale LNG infrastructure, increasing the number of their operational facilities by 133% over 2016-2017. This concentration in Western Europe is expected to continue: 65% of under construction or planned projects are in countries with large scale import terminals. This is further corroborated by the absence of development of facilities that could liquefy natural gas from networks into LNG, confirming the large-scale LNG import terminals as the key logistical springboard for small scale LNG.

 

Among the different types of infrastructure, LNG fuelling stations for trucks have witnessed the strongest growth over 2016-2017: both the number of operational stations as well as the number of under construction and planned stations have more than doubled to 167 and 71 respectively.

 

The number of sea and river small scale LNG infrastructure projects has also grown, albeit to a lesser pace, moving from 31 to 50 over 2016-2017 (+62%), while the pipeline of new under construction or planned projects showed a slight decline from 37 to 31 (-16%).

 

In the rail sector, 5 planned rail loading projects have been identified, in Northern Europe and Spain. None had been sanctioned as of end 2017, suggesting persistent challenges in kick-starting railroad LNG transport.

 

Lubor Veleba

Source: GIE & FTI Consulting

 

1 United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Poland, Greece, Turkey and Lithuania.

 

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Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is an association representing the interests of European natural gas infrastructure operators active in natural gas transmission, storage and LNG regasification. 16 European LNG terminal operators (LSOs) from 9 countries, operating around 90% of the existing LNG regasification capacity in the European Union are members of GIE. They are committed to promote the development of transparent and non-discriminatory access for LNG within a fully operational European internal market, underpinned by a stable and predictable regulatory framework.

 

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Call for Candidates   12 February 2018

GIE is hiring! Two positions have been opened at GIE Secretariat.

 

 

   

Are you looking to energize your career and work in an international and dynamic environment with a multicultural setting? Look no further, we have what you are looking for!

 

We are looking for a Data & IT Specialist who will be GIE Data Protection Officer, will support and work closely with GIE Chief Technology Officer (CTO), be the main point of contact for Joomla developer and GIE platforms REMIT / AGSI+ / ALSI, this is a great opportunity to be in an international and dynamic environment with a multicultural setting! High affinity to accurateness and to work with databases is required.

 

The second position is a supporting one, Junior Assistant. this role enlists supporting meetings/events, booking, arranging meeting rooms, ordering and preparing lunches, supporting accounting / banking, arranging business trips by organizing transportation / hotels / restaurants for lunches and dinners, performing general office administration. Fluency in French and English both written and spoken, excellent state of the art MS Office 365 skills (Outlook, Word, Excel) and excellent interpersonal skills in person, by e-mail and by phone are required.

 

 

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