PRINCIPLES FOR PUBLICATION OF OPERATIONAL INFORMATION ON WWW.STATOIL.COM
Gassco AS publishes information about gas flows as well as planned and unplanned unavailability of facilities for production or transportation of natural gas from the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) on the following website: http://flow.gassco.no
When Statoil ASA becomes aware of relevant information for the purposes of compliance with Regulation (EU) No 1227/2011 [REMIT] which is not published by Gassco AS, Statoil ASA will publish this information here.
Publication of operational information is made in good faith to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication, but no warranty is given as to its accuracy or completeness. When an update about an event becomes available, the entry in the table will be updated accordingly.
In accordance with REMIT, Statoil ASA will publish information about availability or unavailability of facilities for gas production or transportation it owns or operates in the European Economic Area (EEA). The indicated volume impact only concerns volumes marketed by Statoil ASA. The indicated volume impact is the daily volume for outages of 24 hours or longer, or the end of day impact in case of an outage for less than 24 hours. All REMIT relevant information with regard to storage facilities operated by Statoil is published under Statoil Deutschland Storage GmbH on the following website:
For the Corrib Gas field located in Ireland: http://www.shell.ie/products-services/solutions-for-businesses/operational-information.html
All REMIT relevant information with regard to electricity production or consumption facilities owned and/or operated by Statoil is published on the following websites:
For facilities located in the Nordic region: www.nordpoolspot.com
For facilities located in the UK: www.bmreports.com and www.scira.co.uk/operations/remit.php
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