Daily Storage Capacity

Supplementary (daily) operating volume

We offer supplementary (daily) operating volume based on a framework contract. This volume is offered without injection and withdrawal capacities – customers can use the permanently offered supplementary daily firm/interruptible withdrawal and injection capacities for gas injection and withdrawal.

The prices for the supplementary operating volume are provided in the Pricelist. Their availability and the maximum reservation time must be consulted with Moravia Gas Storage dispatching. The minimum reservation period is one Gas Day.

Supplementary capacities

Supplementary daily capacities can be reserved independently from the parameters of a valid storage contract. The (minimum) prices for supplementary capacities are presented in the Pricelist. The availability of capacities and the maximum reservation period must be consulted with the Moravia Gas Storage dispatching, and customers may place orders in our nomination portal, or by email, up to 90 days in advance. The minimum reservation period is one Gas Day. The preliminary size of available capacities for the following day is presented in the Available daily firm/interruptible capacity section. An overview of implemented interruptions is available in the Interrupted interruptible capacity and price and Size of interrupted firm storage capacity sections. Orders for supplementary capacities are assessed according to the acceptance time stamp, from first to last received.

  • Supplementary daily firm capacity – this is injection or withdrawal capacity in MWh/day on a firm basis. This capacity cannot be interrupted by the storage facility operator.
  • Supplementary daily interruptible capacity – this is supplementary injection or withdrawal capacity in MWh/day on an interruptible basis, which the storage facility operator can interrupt if needed. In the event of reduction, the storage facility operator will reduce the reserved interruptible capacities based on the price per unit of interruptible injection or withdrawal capacity in sequence, from the lowest price to the highest, while reserved interruptible capacities with the same unit price will be reduced proportionately.