Rules For Natural Gas Transmission System Operator's Annual Evaluation Report

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par dabasgāzes pārvades sistēmas operatora ikgadējo novērtējuma ziņojumu

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 482 in Riga, 20 June 2006 (pr. No 33 11. §) rules for natural gas transmission system operator's annual evaluation report Issued in accordance with the Energy Act, the second paragraph of article 43.1 1. determines the order in which the natural gas transmission system operator (hereinafter operator) develop and submit to the Ministry of the economy and the public service Commission in the delivery and consumption of natural gas and the supply of national safety assessment report (hereinafter ICG's lay the assessment report), as well as the requirements for the annual evaluation report content. 2. the participants in the month following the request of the operator receives the horse provides the information necessary for the evaluation of the annual report. 3. the Operator shall analyse the information submitted in the system and gas storage operator and which it received from partners-operators of other countries, which is made of natural gas exchange, and prepare an annual assessment report. 4. Annual assessment report includes the following sections: 4.1 the current natural gas demand in the country the previous year, specifying: 4.1.1. natural gas consumption per month;
4.1.2. maximum natural gas consumption per day in winter and minimum consumption of natural gas a day in the summer;
4.2. the natural gas demand forecast for at least the next 10 years;
4.3. the assessment of the security of natural gas supply and consumption in compliance with the current and forecast a 10-year period, including: 4.3.1. natural gas consumption;
4.3.2. information about transnational natural gas sales in the previous year;
4.3.3. underground gas storage the pumps natural gas;
4.3.4. underground natural gas storage volume of the active suction completion point;
4.3.5. gas withdrawn from gas storage volume, showing separately the amount withdrawn for consumption in the country, and the amounts withdrawn transfer other countries ' transmission systems: year; a day with a maximum gas consumption in the country; hour with a maximum consumption of natural gas;
4.3.6. operator's assessment of periods the previous year that natural gas supply has not been adequate demand and proposals on possible solutions to ensure it at least for the next 10 years. The proposal may contain both recommendations to the new transmission capacity development in specific sites and consumption control measures (including new construction of objects);
4.3.7. the conclusions of the operator in all users of natural gas with natural gas last year and at least the next 10 years;
4.4. information on the natural gas transmission system in compliance with the request to you and the quality of residence: 4.4.1. natural gas transmission system and the natural gas transport system could ensure the smooth functioning of the system one system object in case of shortages, including information on the operator (also shared with other operators) envisaged measures for the safe operation of the system for at least the next 10 years;
4.4.2. information on planned new transnational connections for at least the next 10 years;
4.4.3. operator's conclusions about the natural gas transmission system reliability and sufficiency for all users for secure supply of natural gas last year and at least the next 10 years;
4.5. information about the objects under construction and planned natural gas transmission capacity and measures taken in the case of a request to the maximum and one or more suppliers in case of shortages. 5. Operator annual evaluation report (electronic and paper) every year until 1 June shall be submitted by the Ministry of the economy and the public service Commission of adjustment. 6. Ministry of the economy's annual evaluation report shall be published in the Ministry's website on the internet and sent to the European Commission. 7. in 2006, the annual assessment report by the operator (electronic and paper) by the Ministry of the economy and the public service Commission to regulate October 1. Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2003 of Directive 2003/55/EC concerning common rules for the internal market in natural gas and repealing Directive 98/30/EC. Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of economy-Finance Minister o. Spurdziņš