Capacities - injection, withdrawal cycles Capacities - injection, withdrawal cycles

Technical, booked and free capacities of Szőreg-1 UGS, as well as the planned injection and withdrawal cycles.

1. Minimum technical capacities of Szoreg-1 UGS:

Injection capacity: 7 400 000 kWh/day

Withdrawal capacity:   3 800 000 kWh/day

As soon as the sum of daily nominations does not exceed the above mentioned volumes MMBF has the right to refuse the nominations.

 

2. Interruptible capacities:

According to the regulations being in force MMBF offers the non-nominated capacities as daily interruptible for its clients to book.  The rules of capacity usage can be found in the Business code of MMBF.

 

3. Firm capacities and the storage cycles:

 

2016-2017

Working gas capacity
 

Injection capacity
 

Withdrawal capacity
 

 Strategic natural gas storage

(million m3)

(million m3/day)

(million m3/day)

 technical capacity

 1200

 10

 20

 booked capacity

 1200

 10

 20

 free capacity

 0

 0

 0

 Commercial natural gas storage

(kWh)

(kWh/day) 

(kWh/day) 

 technical capacity

 7 389 283 846

 28 501 207

 5

 booked capacity

 7 389 283 846

 28 501 207

 5

 free capacity

 0

 0

 0

The injection cycle in the 2016-2017 storage year starts on April 08, 2016 and will be closed on September 30, 2016, whereas the withdrawal cycle starts on October 07, 2016 and will be closed on March 31, 2017.

2016-2017

Working gas capacity
 

Injection capacity
 

Withdrawal capacity
 

 Strategic natural gas storage

(million m3)

(million m3/day)

(million m3/day)

 technical capacity

 1200

 10

 20

 booked capacity

 1200

 10

 20

 free capacity

 0

 0

 0

 Commercial natural gas storage

 (kWh)

(kWh/day) 

(kWh/day) 

 technical capacity

7 389 283 846

 28 501 207

 52 780 177

 booked capacity

 7 389 283 846

 28 501 207

 52 780 177

 free capacity

 0

 0

 0

The injection cycle in the 2017-2018 storage year starts on April 08, 2017 and will be closed on October 15, 2017, whereas the withdrawal cycle starts on October 16, 2017 and will be closed on March 31, 2018.