On this page GASPOOL publishes aggregate end-user consumption data for its market area on a daily basis. Consumption data is published both for “SLP” customers (i.e. non-daily metered customers whose daily demand is estimated based on standard load profiles) as well as for “RLM” customers (i.e. intraday-metered customers receiving gas at exit points that are equipped with a supply meter installation which records hourly consumption), with all information being published separately for each gas quality. Please note that the information provided on this page is based on the daily allocations submitted to GASPOOL by the network operators. GASPOOL cannot therefore accept any liability for the completeness or quality of this data.
Explanatory notes on the data series types published:
- SLPsyn – Demand forecasts are determined according to the synthetic SLP method
- SLPana – Demand forecasts are determined according to the analytical SLP method
- RLMmT – RLM exit points with a flat allocation profile (i.e. measured daily offtakes are divided by 24 for energy balancing purposes)
- RLMoT – RLM exit points with a structured allocation profile (i.e. offtakes are allocated as measured for each hour of the gas day)
Additional information on the different data series types is provided in the “Regulatory requirements” section of the download area of our website. There you can find the current versions of the applicable best practice guidelines published by the energy association BDEW.