easystore is our flexible online booking system. Using easystore allows you to book both standard and individually customized products. You can individually configure your products and make inquiries concerning them. Customers can submit bids for the products they have configured. easystore determines whether the internally-set minimal price has been met. A tender procedure is then begun and the requested capacities are marketed in a non-discriminatory fashion.
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easystore consists of three parts:
If you already have a so-called basis contract with us, you have the option of enhancing its services by booking additional, unbundled capacities.
WGV, IR/WR firm and IR/WR interruptible Add ons are available for flange products. Hub products can be enhanced with WGV or IR/WR firm Add ons.
The service fee is dependent on the capacity volume set in the basis contract. This can be calculated simply using easystore.
Book Add ons easily in the Contracts area or send an inquiry to us via E-Mail.
Add ons in the Contracts Area: Please log in and navigate to the Contracts area of your contract overview. Selecting a contract will allow you to view its details (contractual period, storage facility, natural gas transfer point) as well as the capacities and characteristic curve.
A click of the "Add on" button will lead you to easystore's product selection function where you will see the Add on products available for the selected contract. After selecting an Add on, its product details will appear. You are now able to configure your product (service period, capacity). Finally, click on "Finish Calculation" to finalize the process.
Inquiries via Email We would be happy to calculate the services fees associated with particular Add ons. Please include the following in your email:
We conduct so-called tender procedures when marketing short-term capacities (e.g. for the next storage year). During this bidding procedure, you are able to submit a binding offer using easystore. You may choose between products with either the standard configuration or an individualized configuration. We then market the corresponding capacities according to the published awarding procedure.
A tender procedure has two phases: