Conversion data

GASPOOL has an obligation under sections 4(e) and (g) of the operative provisions of the decision amending the German gas quality conversion mechanism handed down by the national regulatory authority Bundesnetzagentur (below referred to as the “Federal Network Agency”) on 21 December 2016 (ref: BK7-16-050) to publish information on the quantities and prices relating to the measures it takes to physically convert gas from one gas quality to another, with this information to be published separately for its commercial and technical conversion activities and no later than five business days after the end of each month based on the available preliminary data. In addition, the preliminary daily quantities determined to have been virtually converted must also be published, separately for each direction of conversion. This data is updated once all relevant final data required for the purpose of publication is available.


Virtual conversion BGMs (aggregate)

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Please note that the data provided for a month is preliminary up until the 10th business day prior to the end of the second calendar month following the end of that month (M+2M-10BD).
Final data is usually available from M+2M-10BD.

H → L L → H
Date Quantity [kWh] Quantity [kWh]
01/07/2020 4,199,533 42,755,699
02/07/2020 6,518,326 51,407,515

No responsibility is taken for the correctness of the data and exclusions of liability of GASPOOL Balancing Services GmbH apply here.

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