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Transferring transmission pricing principles from electricity to natural gas

C. Unsihuay, L. Olmos, I.J. Pérez-Arriaga

1st International Conference on Infrastructure Systems and Services - INFRA 2008, Róterdam (Países Bajos). 10-12 noviembre 2008


Resumen:

This paper discusses the application of several electricity transmission cost allocation methods to compute natural gas transmission tariffs. Cost allocation methods that have been implemented include four of the most relevant transmission cost allocation methods that have been considered in the electricity sector. These are analyzed both qualitatively and quantitatively. In order to do this, equations modeling the flow of gas in transmission networks have been formulated and solved. Cost allocation principles applied are the same used in electricity. Numerical results corresponding to a 12-node gas network are presented and discussed. Based on this analysis, the paper concludes that transferring some of the methodologies applied in electricity transmission to gas leads to satisfactory results.


DOI: DOI icon https://doi.org/10.1109/INFRA.2008.5439606

Fecha de publicación: noviembre 2008.



Cita:
Unsihuay, C., Olmos, L., Pérez-Arriaga, I.J., Transferring transmission pricing principles from electricity to natural gas, 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Systems and Services - INFRA 2008, Róterdam (Países Bajos). 10-12 noviembre 2008.

IIT-08-093A

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