All data can be accessed via 'Energinet.dk Online' or by clicking the icons on the right.
Current flow data
The current flow data appears from a map of Denmark showing the current flows into and out of the transmission system. The times of data retrieval are indicated. Data is retrieved on an hourly basis.
The arrows on the map indicate the flow into or out of the transmission system as follows:
- Nybro: Arrow pointing to the right indicates flow into the system
- Ellund: Arrow pointing down indicates flow out of the system
- Dragør: Arrow pointing to the right indicates flow out of the system
- Lille Torup: Arrow pointing to the right indicates flow out of the storage facility
- Stenlille: Arrow pointing to the right indicates flow out of the storage facility
If no data has been retrievable at a particular point, 'No data' will be indicated for the point. A flow of 0 will be indicated by a dot.
Historical and future capacity in the gas network
Basically, the maximum technical capacity defines the capacity reservation limit. The capacity may, however, vary over time depending on the status of the capacity reservations and the gas flow. The capacity at the entry and exit points are inter-dependent so that new reservations at other entry and exit points may influence the maximum technical capacity and consequently the capacity sellable at the point.
Historical flow data
The historical flow data supplies data on entry and exit points in the preceding 3-year period. The utilisation of the capacity in the transmission system can also be accessed.
The relevant values can be shown in a graph or be submitted as an Excel-file.
All the data is subject to reevaluation on a current basis and may change without previous notice.
Energinet.dk offers capacity in the transmission system on request and on the basis of concrete evaluation. For further information about access, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In situations of shortage of capacity, Energinet.dk is able to offer interruptible capacity.