ACER publishes a report on the progress made on voluntary gas capacity bundling at interconnection points

ACER has recently published a report on the progress made on voluntary bundling of existing gas capacity contracts at interconnection points (IPs). The report has been prepared by the Agency according to the Network Code on Capacity Allocation Mechanisms (NC CAM).   The main finding of the report is that voluntary bundling arrangements have not been reached by network users until 1 January 2015 (almost 14 months after entry into force of NC CAM).   However, several stakeholders (including EFET) expressed that they would like the TSOs to take on a more active role in facilitating bundling of existing capacity contracts.   The Agency’s report can be found here.