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Commercial Dispatching

The commercial dispatching procedures cover nominations, renominations, trade notifications, matching, balancing, and allocation.


Network users are required to submit separate nominations for forwarding capacity and commercial reverse capacity.

Nominations for forwarding capacity should be sent separately for each entry and exit point for which a shipper has reserved capacity.

Each nomination must contain the:

  • specific entry or exit point in the ICGB transportation system.
  • shipper's account code
  • counterparty shipper’s account code
  • gas day for which the nomination applies
  • quantity of natural gas to be transported.


Trade notifications

ICGB will receive and confirm trade notifications that will happen on the VTP of ICGB. According to the requirement of legislation VTP of ICGB will be positioned and managed on Balkan Gas Hub.

If a network user does not submit a valid nomination for an interconnection point or a valid trade notification for a particular gas day by the nomination deadline, the network user's nominated quantities at that interconnection point and/or traded quantities will be deemed to be zero.


Contact the Commercial Dispatching team:




IGB Project

Gas Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria is co-financed by the European Union's
European Energy Programme for Recovery programme.

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Co-financed by the Europen Union, Europen Energy Programme for Recovery  European Regional Development Fund Operational Program Innovation and Competitiveness


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