Gas-Information No. 18 02/2012

Process Data Exchange between Gas- Industry Dispatching Centers via the TASE.2 protocol Parts 1-2 ++ PDF file ++

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This Practical Guide DVGW‑Information Gas No. 18 addresses in particular market players wishing to employ simplified nomination procedures (substitute nomination procedure in accordance with DVGW Code of Practice G 2000) such as, for instance, Online‑Flow‑Control (OFC), with special attention being paid to the gas industry?s extranet (ExtranetGAS) as the generally accepted platform for the exchange of process data.

Next to grid gas companies and large regional utilities ? most of which are already sub‑scribers to the ExtranetGAS and use the TASE.2 protocol for exchanging process data even now ‑ this Practical Guide addresses in particular regional and municipal utilities and dealers with the intention to explain to them the advantages offered by exchanging data via TASE.2.

This Practical Guide avoids inundating the reader with technical details on information technology, transfer protocols and communications engineering. For more detailed information, please refer to the TASE.2 and ExtranetGAS documents that may be requested from the DVGW‑PK‑TASE.2 members or viewed on and/or downloaded from the DVGW internet site.

This Practical Guide cannot and will not, however, list the names of products, software solutions and companies in conjunction with TASE.2, or describe them or their perfor‑mance. It furthermore refrains from stating the cost of such products or software solutions and from naming existing installations and implementations.href= >here.
1 Introduction

3 Communications requirements

4 What is TASE.2

4.1 TASE.2 system characteristics

4.2 TASE.2 function characteristics

4.3 Issues to be clarified bilaterally

5 Applying TASE.2 in your business

5.1 Fundamental prerequisites

5.2 Subscription options

6 ExtranetGAS

6.1 ExtranetGAS set-up and structure

6.1.1 Technical concept

6.1.2 Administrative/organisation concept

6.1.3 Operating concept

6.2 ExtranetGAS version (quantitative)

6.3 How to join the ExtranetGAS

6.3.1 Joining as a network subscriber

6.3.2 Joining as a third party

6.3.3 Joining as a service provider

7 Data protection and security