Calculated capacities in the Danish gas transmission system
Future capacities in the Danish gas transmission system are calculated based on some prerequisites and assumptions explained on this page.
All capacities cannot be delivered at the same time and they are dependent on flow scenarios
The maximum calculated capacities for each point in the gas market cannot be delivered at the same time, as some of the capacities are competing capacities. This fact has been considered in the results indicated in the table.
To some extent, capacities are dependent on flow scenarios in the Danish system. The calculations are based on a broad variety of flow-patterns leaving out flow-patterns considered very less likely.
Additional prerequisites and assumptions:
- Supply values for all entry points are based on “Analyseforudsætninger 2021” (AF 2021) by the Danish Energy Agency (DEA).
- Demand values for the Joint Exit Zone are calculated by Energinet’s Prognosis Tool.
- Swedish peak demand is set to 72 GWh/d, based on the demand value used in the Incremental Capacity Process.
- Calorific values for supply points are delivered by the suppliers at the entry points.
- The capacity of North Sea entry (EP II) is a part of the Nybro capacity. The Nybro capacity is therefore considered as a shared capacity between North Sea entry and Tyra/Sydarne production.
An extensive explanation of all inputs and results of the capacity calculations will be available soon and the link will be available under documents.