ACER have issued a Frequently Asked Questions document on fundamental data and inside information reporting reporting under REMIT, on the morning of April 1st, less than one week before the fundamental data reporting deadline. The document can be found here.
Market Participants must report fundamental data of three different types:
- Gas balances in store
- LNG unloads and reloads
- LNG next month planned unloads and reloads
Reports for the first two categories must be submitted no later than the following working day, and for the third before the movements occur. There has been very little guidance on how to report these formats other than that contained in the REMIT Manual of Procedures(MoP) on Data Reporting. The FAQ provides an answer to one question only on the above topics (on page 11, both questions being the same).
New rules regarding how to publish inside information come into operation on 1st January 2017. They are also covered by the FAQ and the MoP.
Latest RRM approval list
ACER have also updated the list of approved RRMs by data type, which can be found here.