Map of installations
List of TIGF operating sectors in the 15 departments of the South West
There are two parts to the TIGF grid: the
Main Grid and the
The Main Grid provides a two-way link between the grids operated by adjacent transporters in France and Spain and enables access to the Lussagnet and Izaute storage sites.
The size of the Regional Grid depends on consumption needs within the area and enables gas to be taken from the Main Grid to directly connected consumers (generally high-consumption industrial sites) or to the distribution grids supplying consumers in urban areas.
To meet the needs of shipping transport customers, TIGF can offer
- fixed or interruptible capacity, available over varied time frames (annual, quaterly, monthly, daily and soon intra-day);
- access to the secondary capacity market for capacity exchange with other Shippers;
- access to custom web space to apply for capacity, monitor and manage your contract.
- the ability, through the UBI (Use It and Buy It) mechanism, to deliver quantities of gas above the subscribed amount;
- access to the gas exchange point (TIGF PEG) then at the TRS from the the 1st of april 2015.
In addition, TIGF can offer you a daily balancing service (SEJ) through its integral storage activities, to help you maintain your balance.
Products and services offered to
Shippers are set out in the
Transport Contract, which sets out the conditions under which TIGF undertakes to deliver the quantities of energy made available by the shipper, from one or more entry points to the specified delivery points.
The Transport Contract includes general conditions (service arrangements, tariff) and operational conditions (daily information exchange procedures) which are identical for all Shippers. The items which are specific to each shipper (subscribed capacities, service prices, guarantees) are detailed in the special conditions.
TIGF can make tradable capacities available to you, subscribed and available for the next 18 months.