Romanian gas transmission operator Transgaz has launched a non-binding market demand assessment process for hydrogen transmission capacity related to the future interconnection points (IPs) and future Romanian points of production and exit points for hydrogen consumers (3 August).
The assessment aims to gauge demand for the production, consumption, import and export as well as the cross-border hydrogen transmission demand via Romania.
The assessment results could “lay the foundations” and shape the possible hydrogen
infrastructure developments, Transgaz said via a press release.
For the interconnection points, non-binding demand will only be considered if the demand is submitted to both concerned transmission system operators (TSOs).
Within 6 weeks from the end of the demand submission period, but not later than 1
November, Transgaz will publish the results within the Market Demand Assessment Reports. In the case of interconnection points, this will take place by a mutual agreement with the neighbouring TSOs.
The deadline to submit the survey forms is 15 September.