TRAC-X secondary Fourth Quarter 2011 Trading Results

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On TRAC-X secondary - the European platform for secondary transport capacity - trading totalled 2,297.91 GWh/h/d in the fourth quarter of 2011 (fourth quarter 2010: 8,552.69 GWh/h/d). Ten of the 76 long-term entries placed on TRAC-X secondary during that period successfully concluded in a trade.

October

In October 2011 capacity trading on TRAC-X secondary totalled 2,101.95 GWh/h/d (October 2010: 0 GWh/h/d). Overall, three of the long-term entries placed on TRAC-X secondary were successful. October's long-term capacities were placed on the platform with contract periods ranging from one week up to five years. In the day-ahead section of TRAC-X secondary, a total capacity of 4.56 GWh/h/d (October 2010: 31.04 GWh/h/d) was offered in October.

November

In November 2011 a total of 195.96 GWh/h/d was traded on TRAC-X secondary (November 2010: 2.59 GWh/h/d). Overall, seven of the long-term entries placed on TRAC-X secondary were successful. November's long-term capacities were placed on the platform with contract periods ranging from 20 days up to ten months. In the day-ahead section of TRAC-X secondary, a total capacity of 0.5 GWh/h/d (November 2010: 8.96 GWh/h/d) was offered in November.

December

In December 2011 capacity trading on TRAC-X secondary totalled 76.56 GWh/h/d (December 2010: 8,577.59 GWh/h/d). None of the 36 long-term entries placed on TRAC-X secondary concluded in a trade. December's long-term capacities were placed on the platform with contract periods ranging from five days up to one year. In the day-ahead section of TRAC-X secondary, a total capacity of 0.9 GWh/h/d (December 2010: 23.7 GWh/h/d) was offered in December.

Since its launch in March 2005, the overall trading volume on TRAC-X secondary reached a total of 85,962.56 GWh/h/d in December. This includes 357.23 GWh/h/d from day-ahead trading.

In December 2011, 97 companies from all over Europe were authorised to trade capacity rights on TRAC-X secondary. In the fourth quarter of 2011, four new companies were admitted to trade on TRAC-X secondary.
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