Welcome to the em6 Online Help: Web Interface

Contents

Component

Subset

About em6

·         Obtaining an em6 account

·         Your account

·         Administration of user accounts

·         Account Permissions

·         Services

·         Restricted Reports

·         Download or Display Reports

Homepage

·         Description

·         Selection Criteria

·         Most Frequently Used

·         Graphing Section

Report Tabs

·         SCADA

·         RCPD

·         Load Forecasting

·         Maps

·         Constraints

·         Dispatch

·         Reserves

·         Network

·         Price & Location

·         Master Files

·         Archive

em6 Functions

·         Customisation

·         Filters in use

·         Editing Filters

 

Document Control

Privacy PolicyDisclaimer & em6 Specification

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About em6

Obtaining an em6 account

To obtain an em6 account please contact EMS on +64 4 590 6823 or call@ems.co.nz.

Your account

Once your user account has been setup, your username and password will be emailed to you.  These details will allow you to access em6.

The login page contains user name and password fields.  To access em6 simply complete all fields and click logon.

Administration of user accounts

Your username will always remain the same and you should ensure that you keep this information in a safe place.

To create, amend or delete a user account you will need to contact the system administrator at call@ems.co.nz

Account permissions

Permissions are set by organisation. Each user will have the permissions and reports that are allocated to their organisation.

Please Note:  If you do not have access to a report or the customisation tab it may be because either your organisation has not subscribed to the appropriate service or because the report is restricted. Further detail on em6 services and restricted reports can be found below.

Services

There are 12 tabs available to users.  Beneath each service tab are reports or additional functionality.

§  Home (Homepage)

§  SCADA (Reports)

§  RCPD (Reports)

§  Load Forecasting (Reports)

§  Constraints (Reports)

§  Dispatch (Reports)

§  Reserves (Reports)

§  Network (Reports)

§  Price & Location (Reports)

§  Master Files (Reports)

§  Archive (Reports)

§  Customise (Additional Functionality)

Restricted Reports

Some reports are restricted by an organisation’s permissions.  Where reports are restricted, you will only be able to view the information pertaining to your organisation. 

 

If you submit a query and there is no data relating to your organisation, em6 will return a report that does not contain any data. 

Download or Display Reports

All reports can be displayed onscreen or in CSV format for download and import to another software package such as Microsoft™ Excel.

If you choose to display a report it will appear in tabular format on the right hand side of the selection page.  If the selection is too large the results will be truncated. 

It is also possible to download the report; either before displaying the results or from the results page. 

The Download Report action downloads the reports in either an uncompressed CSV format or by checking Zip Format in a zipped CSV format.  

If the download size is greater than the days x nodes limit, an alert box will notify you to narrow the selection criteria.

If the download size is less than the maximum limit you will be presented with the Save or Open pop up window.

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em6 Homepage

Description

The home page is presented on successful login to em6.  This page has three distinct areas:

§  Most Frequently Used

§  Selection Criteria

§  Graphing Section

 

Selection Criteria

You can further refine your homepage selections by changing the selection criteria. Simply select one of the ‘show’ links and amend the selected nodes, dates and periods.

Most Frequently Used

The Most Frequently Used box on the page will allow you to quickly navigate to the most frequently requested report types.  On clicking one of the Most Frequently Used links; you will be taken to the relevant service tab with the report type pre-selected.

Graphing Section

The graphing section contains four graphs:

§  HVDC

§  Generation

§  Load

§  Dispatch Price

If you haven’t subscribed to the customisation service the domains and ranges for these graphs are obtained from the default home page graphing filter (see Customisation).

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em6 Report Tabs

em6 consists of multiple tabs that contain related reports.  To access to a report simply select the appropriate tab.

 

SCADA Tab

Reports Description

The MW generation, load, HVDC and quality of SCADA data at each node in the transmission network as captured by the Remote Terminal Units and transmitted to the SCADA application. 

The ‘10 min’ generation, load and HVDC data is the most recent of the three SCADA readings taken each half hour.  The generation, load and HVDC SCADA data is the average of these three 10 min readings.   

Instructions

To download or view a report simply choose a report type from the drop down list, highlight the node(s), the start date and period and the end date and period and then click the either the Display Results or Download Report button.

Please Note: HVDC ‘nodes’ are not selectable; all four nodes will be returned in this report.

Tip: To select more than one node hold down the ‘Ctrl’ key and click each node you require.

SCADA reports including the near real time ‘1 min SCADA’ are available through em6 web services. 

RCPD Tab

Reports Description

The Regional Coincident Peak Demand (RCPD) reports provide near real time SCADA load data tracking against the minimum, average and maximum of the peaks per region.

The RCPD tab provides access to eight charts, two per region. SCADA load data is updated every 1 minute. The peaks are updated daily and monthly from GXP metering volumes.  RCPD reports are also available through web services.

The RCPD methodology document is available on request. Please e-mail call@ems.co.nz.

Instructions

To view a regional load graph simply select the report type UNI Region Load, LNI Region Load, USI Region Load or LSI Region Load and click the Display Results button.  You can download the report by clicking the Download Report button.  You can ‘zoom in’ to view the last two hours by clicking the Current Trading Period link on the top right of the graph. 

To view the regional peaks simply select the report type UNI Current Peaks, LNI Current Peaks, USI Current Peaks or LSI Current Peaks and click the Display Results button.  You can download the report by clicking the Download Report button.

Load Forecasting Tab

The load forecast page allows you to view any datasets subscribed to by your organisation. This tab is where you can view all variables about your dataset/s. E.g. baseline forecast, previous forecasts, historical forecasts, weather data and temperature sensitivities.

Selection Criteria 
This allows you to select the dataset you’re interested in viewing. The dataset GXP’s window shows the GXP nodes that make up the selected model.

Date 
The start date is always ‘TODAY’ and the horizon (days to display) dropdown is used to select days of interest.

NOTE: To view previous days, change the forecast type at the top of the Selection Criteria to Forecast Minus 1-7 days.

Days to Display (Horizon)
A pull down allowing you to adjust the number of days to display at once. Depending on the data available.

Spreadsheet – Shows a spreadsheet view of the data.

Graph – Shows a graph, allowing you to graphically view information. The graph can be zoomed in by dragging a rectangle, or pinching in to zoom on a tablet. Also note that by clicking on the different series in the graph legend, you can temporary toggle series on and off. The graph can also be printed or exported in a variety of ways, simply click on the print or export icons in the top right corner.

Baseline Forecast – This is the default TESLA forecast for the selected model and any selected historical forecast. In spreadsheet view you can display the associated weather variables, such as temperature, humidity, etc.

Temperature Sensitivities
Allows you to display scenarios where you can view the effect that varying the temperature +/- 3 degrees Celsius has on the TESLA load forecast. When the ‘Temperature Sensitivity’ checkbox option is chosen, it allows you to choose what steps in temperature should be displayed. I.e. checking ‘Plus 3 Degrees’ will display the TESLA forecast that is produced when the weather station temperature(s) are all increased by three degrees.

Select the checkbox ‘Temperature Sensitivities’ in the Options section to view the different forecasts. You can view a spreadsheet or graphical view of the forecasts.

Historical Data Section 
The ‘Historical load Forecast’ checkbox allows you to bring up a TESLA forecast that was recently produced, such as the forecast for the current day made 6 hours earlier in the day, or the forecast produced same time yesterday (the ‘Historic Minus 1 Day’ option).

The ‘historical Weather Forecast’ checkbox allows you to bring up a weather forecast that was recently produced, such as the weather forecast for the current day made 6 hours earlier in the day, or the forecast produced same time yesterday (the ‘Historic Minus 1 Day’ option).

This will bring up the historic forecast in both the spreadsheet and Graphical view. Click the Display Results button after changes have been made to update the display.

Export Spreadsheet
Clicking this button will download a CSV file. The CSV file has all weather data variables.

Refresh Mode 
By default this is set to automatic. This means, when a new TESLA forecast is available, any data you are viewing will automatically update. If you set this to manual, it will not update and if you set this to notify a message will be displayed below the graph indicating that a new TESLA forecast is available. Click Display results to then update your graph.

 

Maps Tab

Reports Description

The Price and Constraint Map is a geographic view of regional prices and 95% binding constraints sourced from the Real Time Price (RTP) schedule.  Price and constraint data is updated every 5 minutes.

Instructions

To view the price and constraint map simply click the Display Results button.

Constraints Tab

Reports Description

Branch constraints

Branch constraints are list of constraints by schedule type for a network restriction/relaxation. The limits of these constraints are offered by the Grid Owner to the System Operator. The System Operator enters the branch constraints so that schedules can be produced based on the network capability.

Constraint change data

Constraint change data is an automatic publication of changes to and application of new branch and equation (group) constraints.  Fields to be published primarily include constraint start/end date and time, constraint name, Right Hand Side (RHS) Limit value but may also be expanded to include the equation formula and additional description information.

Constraint data

Constraint data is a list of constraints by schedule type describing when a network restriction/relaxation was effective for equation (group) constraints. The limits of these constraints are offered by the Grid Owner or determined by the System Operator for system security. The System Operator enters the branch constraints so that schedules can be produced based on the network capability.

Instructions

To download or view a report simply choose a report type from the drop down list, enter the start date and end date, and then click the Display Results or the Download Report button.

Dispatch Tab

Reports Description

The dispatch report provides dispatch instructions sent from the Dispatcher.  Dispatch data is a restricted dataset.

Instructions

To download or view a report simply select the start and end dates, then click the Display Results or Download Report button.

Reserves Tab

Reports Description

The Reserves tab contains a number of reserve market reports.  Detailed descriptions of each report type are below. The reserve reports that are restricted are denoted by an asterisk (*). 

Reserve amounts by island summary

This unrestricted report details the total MW Reserve by trading period and by Island. This report is made available after System Operator processing within 8 business days following month end.  As the processing of data requires the availability of other inputs i.e. pricing data, monthly data may occasionally be delayed.

Reserve quantities by island and class

This unrestricted report details the total MW Reserve quantities by trading period and by Island and Class (Fast and Sustained).  This report is made available after System Operator processing within 8 business days following month end.  As the processing of data requires the availability of other inputs i.e. pricing data, monthly data may occasionally be delayed.

Reserve prices by island and class

This unrestricted report contains the final reserve price by island and class – fast and slow.  Data will be available daily at end of final and provisional pricing schedules. 

Latest Reserve Factors – RAF’s (Risk Adjustment Factors)

This unrestricted report provides fast and slow RAF’s by island for each trading period.  (The factors used in all solutions to ensure enough reserves available given largest risk).

RAF’s are usually 1 or 0; if the RAF is not 0 then reserves have been scheduled. Sometimes reserves are called into operation (at times of extreme demand etc.) but are recorded as 0.  This is caused by the RAF’s being read at the start of a trading period and in the trading period they may be called into operation. 

Aggregated reserves

This is an unrestricted report of the Non-Response Schedule (NRS) results for total MW cleared and total MW offered by island and type – I, T, P, Fast or Slow.

For schedules prior to the introduction of DSBF, the Schedule of Dispatch Prices and Quantities (SDPQ) is used in place of the Non-Response Schedule.

The Aggregated Reserves report is also available through em6 web services.

Average dispatched quantities*

This is a restricted report of partly loaded spinning reserve (PLSR), tailwater depression (TWD) and interruptible load (IL).  This report is updated daily.  

Reserve amounts by source*

This is a restricted report that provides quantity and price - amount to be paid to each participant.  This report is made available after System Operator processing within 8 business days following month end.  As the processing of data requires the availability of other inputs i.e. pricing data, monthly data may occasionally be delayed.

Reserve Reports*

This is a restricted report that provides summary of the amounts to be paid by island, type and trading period and the quantities and prices by type and island for each market participant.  This report is made available after System Operator processing within 8 business days following month end.  As the processing of data requires the availability of other inputs i.e. pricing data, monthly data may occasionally be delayed.

Reserves extract*

This is a restricted report of the quantities and final prices, by reserve type and class. This report is made available after System Operator processing within 8 business days following month end.  As the processing of data requires the availability of other inputs i.e. pricing data, monthly data may occasionally be delayed.

Constraint amounts by source*

This is a restricted report of calculated constrained on/off amounts by source. This report is made available after System Operator processing within 8 business days following month end.  As the processing of data requires the availability of other inputs i.e. pricing data, monthly data may occasionally be delayed.

Constraint frequency control by source*

This is a restricted report of frequency control by source.  This report is made available after System Operator processing within 8 business days following month end.  As the processing of data requires the availability of other inputs i.e. pricing data, monthly data may occasionally be delayed.

Instructions

To download or view a report simply choose a report type from the drop down list, select the pre-selection (if relevant), enter the start date and end date, then click the Display Results or Download Report button.

Network Tab

Reports Description

The network tab contains a number of transmission network reports.  Detailed descriptions of each report type are below.

Arc Flow Data

This report describes the MW flow scheduled along an arc in the transmission network.

This information is created by the market system and transferred to PTPIX, once a Final or Provisional schedule has resolved the day after each market day. This data will be available at end of every final and provisional pricing schedule.

The Arc Flow Data report is also available through em6 web services.

Branch Data

This report describes the circuitry between two electrical nodes. This includes transmission circuits and the HVDC link. Each arc has a number of electrical characteristics, including loss functions.  The complete set of effective branches and buses and market nodes define the network model.  This model is not a physical map of the grid, but is a simplified logical version.  Changes will appear shortly after an update is made at source. 

Market Nodes Data

This report is a record of all electrical nodes in the transmission network. This includes all injection points, exit points on and off the grid and transfer nodes. Changes will appear shortly after an update is made at source. 

Node/bus

This report provides the node/bus details supplied by the Grid Owner.  Changes will appear shortly after an update is made at source. 

Instructions

To download or view a report simply choose a report type from the drop down list, select the pre-selection (if relevant), enter the start date and end date, then click the Display Results or Download Report button.

Price & Location Tab

Reports Description

The price and location tab contains the location factors and market prices. Location factors and market prices are calculated for every commercial node (i.e. grid injection or grid exit point) for every trading period. They are produced for the NRS, PRS, Provisional and Final Price schedule types.   Final and Provisional prices are created daily.

For schedules prior to the introduction of DSBF, schedule type SDPQ is used in place of NRS, and PDS is used in place of PRS.

The Reserve Price is the reference price for each of the reference nodes. This is HAY2201 for the North Island and BEN2201 for the South Island.  Reserve prices are created using the same schedules, conditions and run types as the market prices.

The Average Price report contains an average of available prices per node and trading period.  To differentiate between final and provisional price types the Run Type field contains V (for provisional) or F (for final).

In addition to the price data, the report also contains:

Periods requested - trading periods from date and trading period selection criteria;

Periods returned - trading periods returned in report;

Periods provisional - trading periods with provisional (V) run type in report; and

Node average (for each requested node) - the average for all prices for selected nodes for periods returned

Note: If daylight saving is observed during the start and end dates and periods requested, the periods requested and the periods returned will show two additional (days with 50 trading periods) or two less periods (days with 46 trading periods) in periods returned.

The Price Notification report contains the latest price status for each trading day over a user specified date range.  To differentiate between final, provisional and interim prices the Run Type field contains T (for interim), V (for provisional) and F (for final).

Instructions

To download or view a report simply choose a report type from the drop down list, select the pre-selection, enter the start date and period and end date and period, then click the Display Results or Download Report button.

Dispatch and Final Prices reports are also available through em6 web services.

Master Files Tab

Reports Description

Master Files are static records that relate to data within the em6 application.

§  Calendar Entries - This is a report of specific infrequent events.

§  Code Table - The code table is a listing of predefined single character codes and their descriptions that are used by the em6 application.

§  Code Type Table - This table contains code type and description for all the code types used in the code table.

§  Locations Data - This is a record of all Transpower locations, including nodes, regions, area control centres, block dispatch codes and islands.

§  Party Data - This is a record of all parties, both market and non-market for whom injection, extraction or trading of electricity may be an activity.

§  Trader Agreements - This is a restricted report. Details include agreement number and start date for each market participant.

§  Trader Parents - This report details the Trader hierarchy for each market participant.

 

Instructions

To download or view a report simply choose a report type from the drop down list and then click the Display Results or Download Report button.

Archive Tab

Reports Description

This report provides pre 1996 MW demand and generation half hourly data and daily totals.

Instructions

To download or view a report simply choose a report type from the drop down list, select the pre-selection, then click the Display Results or Download Report button.

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em6 Functions

Customise Tab

Description

The customise service allows you to create; edit and delete remove personal filters. Filters are a convenient method of pre-populating the selection criteria in a number of reporting pages. The filter must contain a start and end date as well as a period selection. Load, generation or price nodes of interest can be optionally added to the filter. 

The service also allows you to customise the input domains and periods for the graphs on the home page. This includes the load, generation and price nodes, with the date and period start and end times.  On entering the home page, users with the customisation service will have a selection criteria box available and both the graphs and the fields within the selection criteria will be updated to match the filter settings.

Instructions

To create a new filter, simply click the New Filter button. This will take you to the Create Filter page.

To set up a new filter simply enter a unique filter name; select the generation, load or price nodes of interest, select one of the predefined ‘all periods’ options or enter a ‘rolling window’ of before and after periods.

Tip: Current day/week/month or previous 2 days filter selection will return all the trading periods for the selected dataset from the first trading period of the current day.  The ‘from/to’ period option will return periods before and after the current (at the time of viewing the report) trading period.

Tip: The graphs on the homepage are also set up in the same way as filters from the customise tab.  Simply select the homepage filter and edit as per the instructions above.  Each time the homepage is opened your personal homepage filter will override the generic homepage view.

Filters in Use

Description

Filters that have been created will be visible as a selectable list box on all report pages where a selection criteria box is present.

Instructions

To apply a filter, simply select the filter from the drop-down box and click Display Results or Download Report.  The selection of a filter will automatically update any relevant parameters in the selection criteria to match the filter settings.

 Tip:  It is possible to create Date Filters which applies only a date range to the selection criteria.  It is possible to navigate to any report that has selection criteria and apply the date filter.  The filter dates will then be populated.

Editing Filters

Description

It is possible to update or delete filters.  The Display Filters page will be presented on first entering the customisation tab.

Instructions

Simply select the filter to be edited, make the appropriate changes and click Update, Delete or Cancel. 

The customise service also allows you to set up trading day Price Alerts.  Price Alerts are sent to your email address when the conditions of the alert are true. For example you could set up a Price Alert if you wanted to know when the daily prices have been finalised. You could also set up a monthly or quarterly alert to let you know when the prices for those periods have all become final.

Instructions

To set up a price alert, click on the New Price Alert button.  In the New Price Notification Alert screen add a Notification Name, select a Status, Date Range and add your Email Address. Click on the Create New Price Alert button to save the alert. 

If you need to update or delete an existing alert, click on the alert itself.  You can make changes to the alert and click on the Update button to save the changes. You can also click on the Delete button if you want to delete the alert. 

 

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Document Control

Version

1.49

Date

JAN 2016

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Privacy Policy

EMS is committed to observing your privacy as set out in the New Zealand Privacy Act 1993.

1. What Personal Information does EMS hold?

2. Collecting, Using and Disclosing Personal Information

3. Data Integrity

4. Data Security

5. Correction of Personal Information

6. Access to Personal Information

7. Opt-Out

8. Review of Compliance

9. Contact Details

EMS privacy policy covers the collection, use, disclosure, quality, security, access and correction of information that personally identifies an individual ("Personal Information"). This Policy Statement applies to all Personal Information that EMS may collect, use and disclose, whether that information is manually or digitally processed.

1. What Personal Information does EMS hold?

Generally, EMS only keeps a record of Personal Information such as names, addresses, contact numbers, occupations, email addresses, bank account details and any other information provided to it. This applies to face-to-face correspondence, telephone correspondence and email communication from EMS.

All information collected is required and used for EMS's correspondence, account management and billing purposes only.

EMS does not actively seek to collect sensitive information.

2. Collecting, Using and Disclosing Personal Information

In the course of providing its products and services, EMS collects Personal Information from clients, subscribers, recipients of information and third parties, regarding their enquiry.

EMS only uses Personal Information to format and/or transmit the content of the messages that clients, subscribers, recipients of information and third parties receive via our services.

Any Personal Information collected by EMS directly is only provided to the subscriber.

During the course of contact with EMS, we will use your Personal Information only to respond to your enquiry, or otherwise as required by law.

EMS does not disclose Personal Information that it holds about Subscribers or Recipients to third parties without their consent, unless otherwise required by law.

EMS respects the privacy of users visiting our website and does not share any personally identifiable information with any third parties.

3. Data Integrity

EMS only uses Personal Information necessary to perform the Services requested. EMS only stores Personal Information when specifically requested to do so by the Subscriber, or as part of standard back-up/archiving process.

All archived files are stored in a secure facility.

4. Data Security

EMS utilises reasonable and appropriate protections to ensure that Personal Information in its care is not misused or lost or accessed without proper authorisation. Access to Personal Information stored on EMS servers is restricted to those employees or contractors who require such access to perform a legitimate business purpose relating to the Services, maintenance, internal security or other related issues.

All EMS employees and contractors, as a prerequisite for employment, are required to sign a strict and detailed confidentiality agreement in relation to the Personal Information that they will have access to.

5. Correction of Personal Information

EMS takes reasonable steps to ensure that all Personal Information that it holds is accurate, complete and up to date. Subscribers and other individuals should notify EMS if there are any changes to their Personal Information, or if any Personal Information that we hold about them is incorrect or out of date.

6. Access to Personal Information

Subscribers and other individuals can request access at any time to Personal Information which EMS holds about them, provided appropriate identification is made available.

7. Opt-Out

Individuals seeking to remove themselves from communications sent via the EMSmailing lists should follow the instructions found within the sent message.

8. Review of Compliance

EMS may review its Privacy Policy and may amend this Privacy Policy Statement from time to time.

 

9. Contact Details

If you have any enquiries, concerns or complaints relating to this Privacy Policy or practices, or you wish to request access to any of the Personal Information EMS holds about you, please contact EMS on + 64 4 590 6823 or call@ems.co.nz.

This Privacy Policy Statement was last updated on 01/07/04.

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Disclaimer

EMS welcomes you to this website. By viewing the pages of this website, you acknowledge that you have read and accepted these disclaimers.

The information on this website is published by EMS for information purposes only (unless otherwise specified). While every endeavour has been made to supply accurate information, errors and omissions may occur. Accordingly, EMS does not accept any liability for any loss or damage which may directly or indirectly result from any advice, opinion, information, representation or omission, whether negligent or otherwise, contained on this site.

Changes or updates to the content of this site may occur without notice.

EMS owns all copyright and all intellectual property rights in this site. Everything on this site is copyrighted unless otherwise noted.

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em6 Specification

Specification Version 1.48                                                 June 2012

The following is a list of the current restricted components with a description of the restriction.

Tab

Dataset

Report Description

Restriction

SCADA Data    

SCADA Load, Generation and Quality

The MW generation, load and quality of data at each node in the transmission network as captured by the Remote Terminal Units and transmitted to the SCADA application. 

em6 does not display data for all market nodes.  If you require more information about which market nodes are not displayed in em6, please contact EMS.

Dispatch Data    

Dispatch Data                       

The dispatch report provides dispatch instructions sent from the Dispatcher.

The data is this components access is restricted at the database level by party identification.

Reserves Data

Constraint Frequency Control By Source

This is a restricted report of frequency control by source.

The data is this components access is restricted at the database level by party identification.

Average Dispatched Quantities       

This is a restricted report of partly loaded spinning reserve (PLSR), tailwater depression (TWD), & interruptible load (IL) which is run at the end of the month, ready for constrained amount calculations.

The data is this components access is restricted at the database level by party identification.

Reserve Reports

This is a restricted report that provides summary of the amounts to be paid by island, type and trading period and the quantities and prices by type and island for each market participant.  The data will be available monthly, once the previous month’s data becomes available.

The data is this components access is restricted at the database level by party identification.

Reserve Amounts By Source           

This is a restricted report that provides quantity and price - amount to be paid to each participant.  The data will be available monthly, once the previous month’s data becomes available.

The data is this components access is restricted at the database level by party identification.

Constraint Amounts By Source        

This is a restricted report of calculated constrained on/off amounts by source.

The data is this components access is restricted at the database level by party identification.

Reserves Extract                    

This is a restricted report of the quantities and final prices, by reserve type and class. The data will be available monthly, once the previous month’s data becomes available.

The data is this components access is restricted at the database level by party identification.

Master Files

Trader Agreements                

This is a restricted report. Details include agreement number and start date for each market participant.

The data is this components access is restricted at the database level by party identification.

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