Make sure you familiarize yourself with the legal framework that governs your role in the Danish gas market, including any specific obligations and technical requirements you may have to fulfil.


Easy access to the rules and appendices currently in force for the Danish gas market and the Danish biomethane market.

  • Biomethane
  • Biomethane
  • Biomethane guarantees of origin
  • Gas distribution
  • Terms and Conditions - Gas Transport
  • Terms and Conditions - Upstream Pipeline



Renewable gas production plants connecting to the Danish gas system must comply with rules for the supply of upgraded biogas (Bio Natural Gas) into the Danish gas system and sign a connection agreement with the net owner i.e. either Energinet or Evida. Any pressure requirements are agreed in the connection agreement between the plant owner and the net owner.


Please consult “Rules for the Supply of Upgraded Biogas into the Danish Gas System”, which governs the process of upgrading biogas to biomethane and injecting the biomethane into the Danish gas system.

The connection agreement is in Danish only.


Rules for the Supply of Upgraded Biogas into the Danish Gas System

Biomethane guarantees of origin

Energinet registers and issues guarantees of origin to Danish biogas producers that inject biomethane into the gas distribution or transmission system. Biomethane is upgraded biogas, which is produced from biomass, a renewable energy source.


A detailed description of Energinet's biomethane guarantee of origin scheme is outlined on this page:


Guidelines for guarantees of origin for renewable gas.

Gas distribution

”Rules for gas distribution” is the legal framework for the gas retail market in Denmark.

The document describes the national market rules that cover gas distribution companies and gas suppliers in Denmark.

Gas suppliers and distribution companies use EDI communication for their business processes and must comply with the requirements described in the listed EDI communication documents.


Rules for Gas Distribution



Business scenarios for EDI communication in the gas market

General Terms and Conditions for Gas Transport in the Upstream Pipeline

The General Terms and Conditions for Gas Transport in the Upstream Pipeline is prepared in regard to section 5 of Executive Order No 1410 of 16th December 2019 on access to upstream pipeline networks and to upstream facilities

On the following link: Current tariffs ( you will find the current tariffs. The indicative standard cost of transportation for the Upstream Pipeline will be the firm capacity tariff for non-transmission service.

For more info regarding nTPA (Negotiated Third Party Access) please take contact:


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