The volume of natural gas transported by JSC Conexus Baltic Grid, a single natural gas transmission and storage system operator, increased by 40% in the first half of the year compared to the same period in 2018, and according to the financial report of the company for the first six months it has reached 14.8 TWh.
In preparation for the opening of the single natural gas market on 1 January 2020, the single natural gas transmission and storage system operator AS Conexus Baltic Grid submitted a new draft for natural gas transmission system service fees to the Public Utilities Commission today.
In pumping season 2019/2020, the booked capacity in Inčukalns Underground Storage (Inčukalns US) exceeded the initially forecasted capacity by 24.4% thus reaching the maximum filling of storage during this season. Considering the high demand, Conexus doesn’t accept new bookings of capacities.
Since the Regulator approved the connection regulations, it is possible for the biomethane producers, LNG system operators and users of natural gas to connect to the natural gas transmission system themselves