EMRA determined annual revenue requirements based on storage tariffs

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2022-2023 tariff application of Silivri Underground Natural Gas Storage Facility and Tuz Gölü Underground Natural Gas Storage Facility with underground storage license belonging to Pipelines Petrol Tasima AŞ (BOTAŞ) by Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) The annual revenue requirements based on the storage tariffs for the period have been determined.

EMRA’s decisions on the subject were published in today’s issue of the Official Gazette.

Accordingly, the second tariff application period regarding the storage tariffs of BOTAŞ Silivri Storage Facility has been determined as 2022-2023.

It has been decided that the 2022 investment ceiling of the facility will be 55 million 91 thousand 65 liras, and the investment ceiling in 2023 will be 4 billion 155 million 480 thousand 474 liras.

BOTAS Silivri Storage Facility’s revenue requirement for 2022 has been approved as 1 billion 61 million 485 thousand 411 liras and for 2023 as 1 billion 384 million 895 thousand 207 liras.

The first tariff application period for the storage tariffs of BOTAŞ Salt Lake Storage Facility has been determined as 2022-2023.

It has been decided that the 2022 investment ceiling of the facility will be 21 million 355 thousand 590 liras, and the investment ceiling in 2023 will be 18 million 756 thousand 587 liras.

BOTAS Salt Lake Storage Facility’s revenue requirement for 2022 has been approved as 2 billion 173 million 819 thousand 243 liras and for 2023 as 2 billion 136 million 3 thousand 194 liras.

In addition, for the 2022-2023 tariff application period for BOTAŞ Salt Lake Storage Facility and BOTAŞ Silivri Storage Facility, the revenue ceiling determined for each tariff year will be met with which unit costs during the relevant storage year and how the said costs will be determined. The method declaration describing it has also been published.

Change in dealer margin sharing in the petroleum market

With another board decision, “Board Decision on Sharing Distributor and Dealer Margins” was amended.

Accordingly, the dealer’s margin will be freely determined between the distributor and the dealer, not less than the difference between the nearest refinery exit price and the fuel distribution price, including the blending cost to the relevant dealer.

In sales made with electronic systems, the total margin will be calculated over the discounted sales price, while the total margin will be calculated over the discounted sales price.

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