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Tariffs and fees on the Danish gas market

Energinet pursues a "break-even" price policy and offers competitive rates.

All transportation tariffs, emergency supply payments and other fees related to the payment of transportation in the gas transmission system are included in our current list of tariffs.

Future tariffs

Tariffs and fees from 1 October 2019

Current and historic tariffs

Current and historic tariffs and fees for transport in the gas transmission system

Stakeholder involvement towards the implementation of the harmonised tariff structure for gas: TAR NC

The network code shall be implemented by 1 October 2019 at the latest. Shipper involvement is essential prior to the implementation. A detailed timeline will be published as soon as possible. 
Energinet has initiated a project prior to the implementation of the network code on harmonised transmission tariff structure for gas TAR NC.

Transparency information 2019/2020 - TAR NC Article 29 og 30

Publications according to chapter VIII, article 29 and 30 of regulation (EU) 2017/460

REGULATION (EU) 2017/460 establishes a network code on harmonised transmission tariff structures for gas, including rules on the application of a reference price methodology and calculation of reserve prices for standard capacity products. The set out of Union-wide rules have the objectives of contributing to market integration, enhancing security of supply and promoting the interconnection between gas networks.


A crucial step in reaching these objectives is to increase the transparency of transmission tariff structures and procedures towards setting them. In this regard the network code set out requirements for publishing the information related to the determination of the revenues of transmission system operators and to the derivation of different transmission and non-transmission tariffs.


In order to enhance market transparency, under the coordination of European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG), the transmission network operators have facilitated the access to information provided to network users and market participants through the implementation of a common standardized format for publication of the required data.


Energinet as member of ENTSOG has implemented the harmonized template in this section of the web page. It contains the information required by Article 29 and 30 of REGULATION (EU) 2017/460.



Download 2018/2019: EARLY COMPLIANCE MEMO


Download 2019/2020: ARTICLE 29 AND 30



The follow indexpages will be updated as soon as possible, all information is available in the PDF above.

1. Art. 29 (a): Information on firm capacity

Information on standard capacity products for firm capacity (reserve prices, multipliers, sea-sonal factors, etc.)

Energinet have multipliers, but no seasonal factors.

Multipliers and reserve prices:

Price list 1 October 2017 - 30 September 2018

Price list 1 October 2019 - 30 September 2020

2. Art. 29 (b): Information on interruptible capacity

Information on standard capacity products for interruptible capacity (reserve prices and an assessment of the propability of interruption)

Interruptible capacity - Price in % of the annual capacity charge


  Per cent
 Ellund: Entry   90% 
  Exit  90%
 JEZ: Entry 95%
 RES: Entry  100%


Calculation of probability for interruptible capacity at Ellund

Energinet has presented the explanation of the calculation behind interruptible capacity at the inter-connection point Ellund at the Shippers’ Forum on 6 June 2019, and slides from this event are published. Read more about the basis for the rebate level at Ellund:

Memo explaining the calculation behind the probability of interruption (pdf)


See all gas prices and tariffs:

Price list 1 October 2017 - 30 September 2018

Price list 1 October 2019 - 30 September 2020


3. Art. 30 (1) (a): Technical and method parameters

Information on parameters used in the applied reference price methodology related to the technical characteristics of the transmission system.


Forecasted capacity booking and flow:

  2017/2018  2018/2019
Commodity (mn. kWh)    
Denmark 31,872 28,900 
Export Sweden 10,890 10,890 
Export Germany 8,804 1,262 
 Total 51,566 41,052 
Capacity (kWh/h/year)    
Exit zone 4,296,844 3,645,417 
Exit Dragør 1,497,865 1,425,000 
Exit Ellund 1,074,417 158,333 
Exit capacity 6,869,126 5,228,750 
Entry Nybro 5,211,231 3,210,000 
Entry Ellund 3,105,405 3,313,738 
Entry BNG 150,000 425,167 
Entry Capacity 8,466,636 6,948,905 


Technical capacity:

Technical gas capacity in Denmark 
See the "Gas connection"-sheet here.


Structural representation:


4. Art. 30 (1) (B) (I): Information on the allowed and/or target revenue

Information related to the target revenue

Energinet is allowed to have all necessary and reasonable costs covered. See Art. 30(1)(b)(ii) for information used for the calculation of tariffs.

4. Art. 30 (1) (b) (ii): Revenue changes

Information relating to changes in the revenue.
  • Cost base recoered in the 2019/2020 tariffs 423.1 mDKK

5. Art. 30 (1) (b) (iii): Parameters relating to CAPEX

Information relating to the following parameters: types of assets, cost of capital, capital and oper-ational expenditure, incentive mechanisms and efficiency targets, inflation indices.

Will be updated before 1 October 2019.


Operational expenditures (OPEX) and cost of capital (CAPEX), can be found under Art. 30(1)(b)(ii). For determining depreciatiatioon the straight-line method is used. The depreciation and asset lifetime is found in the tabrl below.

     Pipelines  Compressors

Controllers, metering stations

SCADA, telecom Other

Depreciation (mDKK)

20 22 85 16 6
Average asset lives


 35 35 54* 3-5 -
 * exp. end of life 2054

6. Art. 30 (1) (b) (iv,v): Split on transmission services revenue

Information on the transmission services revenue including capacity-commodity split, entry-exit split and intra-system/cross-system split.

Will be updated before 1 October 2019.

The different splits are listed in the table below. Since half of the revenue is generated from commodity tariffs the splits are given both with and without commodity revenue.

   2017 / 2018 2018 / 2019 
Split Capacity only  Including commodity   Capacity only  Including commodity
Intra  68%  42%  37% 54%
Cross-use  32%  58% 63% 46%
Entry  53%  27% 52%   25%
Exit  47%  73% 48%   75%
Capacity  -  50%  -  51%
Commodity   -  50%  -  49%

7. Art. 30 (1) (b) (vi): Reconciliation of the regulatory account

Information related to the previous tariff period regarding the reconciliation of the regulatory account.

Will be updated before 1 October 2019.

Energinet adjusts the allowed annual revenue by sums received as a result of discrepancy between the actually received annual revenue and the realized costs for a given year.

The operator keeps a special regulatory account to allow for the instance in which the annual differences between the actually received revenue and the revised costs accumulate on a yearly basis.

Energinet is obliged to include any over or under-recovery in the following year's tariffs, unless significant over or under recovery is realised. This is stated in the Executive Order on Economic Regulation of Energinet, paragraph 7(2), in which significant over and under recovery can be returned through an extended period to level the tariff impact and subject to approval by the Danish Utility Regulator.


This is interpreted in a method approval by the Danish Utility Regulator according to which over and under recovery with a tariff impact greater than 20% can be leveled over a period of 3 consecutive gas years.


 Regulatory account 2015  2016  2017   2018
 Balance primo  147  19  24  24
 Returned in the year  -128  5  0  3
 Over recovery ultimo  19  24  24  27

8.Art. 30 (1) (b) (vii): Auction premium

Information on the intended use of the auction premium.

Will be updated before 1 October 2019.

No revenue generated by an auction premium has been accounted for as of the pricing period (01.10.2017-30.09.2018). When/if such revenue is generated it will be included in the general sum of the revenue collected.


9. Art. 30 (1) (c): Transmission and non-transmission tariffs

Information on transmission and non-transmission tariffs accompanied by the relevant infor-mation related to their derivation.

  • Transmission:
    • See art. 30(2)(b)


  • Emergency (non-transmission):    
    • The emergency-supply tariff is equal to the total cost base relating to emergency divided by the Danish consumption (protected and non-protected). The tariffs are charged by the DSO company.

10. Art. 30 (2)(a): Changes and trends

Information on transmission tariff changes and trends.

Will be updated before 1 October 2019.

Forecast to the gas year 2020/2021. The increase in the forecasted tariffs in 2020 and 2021 is due to the Tyra shutdown and the resulting decreased in expected capacity bookings and flows.

11. Art. 30 (2) (b): Model and calculations

Information about the applied tariff model and an explanation on how to calculate the transmission tariffs applicable for the prevailing tariff period.

Will be updated before 1 October 2019.


Art 302b model and calculation

Tarif calculations 2018-2019

Questions or comments regarding gas tariffs

Energinet wishes to have and open dialogue with all stakeholders, in case of questions or comments do not hesitate to contact us.
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