Calorific value used in billing
In accordance with Sec. 40, para. 1(1), no. 7 of the Gas Network Access Ordinance (GasNZV), the network operator is required to publish the previous month’s calorific value used in billing at all entry and exit points in the distribution network on the tenth working day of the month. The information must be published in a common and accepted format.
The calorific value used in billing is the average calorific value on which billing for a billing period is based.
It shows how much energy is contained in natural gas as a result of its chemical composition. The calorific value of the natural gas delivered to the supply network is constantly measured. The weighted mean value in the billing period in question is used in thermal gas billing.
Calorific value used in billing in 2016:
You can find the values used in billing here:
Calorific value charts for SLP-Customers (Privat and Business Customers)
Monthly calorific value charts for rLM-Customers
Monthly-value-chart (PDF, 183 KB)
You can find the values from past years in the archive.