trac-x Increases Number of Tradable Day-Ahead Network Points
After tracx's last increase of the number of network points in January 2010, dayahead capacity can now be traded at 22 network points in the transmission grids of six German and European network operators.
"Over the past years our focus has clearly been on increasing the platform offers and by that to strengthen our position in the capacity market", said Volkmar Müller, managing director of tracx. Mr. Müller also said tracx would continue to approach European TSOs in order to promote secondary capacity trading in Europe and by that to facilitate liquidity of the European capacity market.
Interested traders can now register for the new network points on the tracx platform.
About PRISMA European Capacity Platform GmbH
tracx Transport Capacity Exchange GmbH was established in order to create a transparent and nondiscriminatory platform for trading secondary natural gas transport capacity. It has operated an online trading platform for European gas transport capacity since March 2005. Registered shippers can trade secondary capacity rights across Europe and in the transmission grids of the following network operators: Dong Energy Pipelines GmbH, E.ON Gastransport GmbH, Eni Gas Transport Deutschland S.p.A., Erdgas Münster Transport GmbH & Co. KG, EWE NETZ GmbH, Gasunie Deutschland Transport Services GmbH, GVS Netz GmbH, Ontras - VNG Gastransport GmbH, Thyssengas GmbH and WINGAS TRANSPORT GmbH & Co. KG.
In addition to longterm trading, firm dayahead capacity rights can be traded on the platform, as well. They can be traded at the European crossborder points Bocholtz, Bocholtz-Vetschau, Bunde/Oude Statenzijl, Ellund, Emden EPT, Emden NPT, Eynatten/Raeren, Medelsheim, Oberkappel, Vreden, Waidhaus and Wallbach as well as at the German interconnection points Broichweiden-Süd, Bunder Tief, Drohne, Emsbüren, Emsbüren Berge, Lampertheim, Reckrod, Steinbrink, Steinitz and Verlautenheide I.