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Collection of data and services for the Market Observatory for Energy
The Market Observatory for Energy maintains and operates the Energy Market Observation System (EMOS), a data warehouse. The MOE has also access to other data platforms and information sources. Information on the MOE, EMOS and its current list of data providers and dissemination tools is available in the terms of reference, Annexes 5 and 6 and here: https://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/emos_june2018_final.pdf https://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/moe_and_emos_description.pdf Through this call for tender, DG ENER wishes to obtain access to energy related databases and information that could be directly integrated into EMOS (EMOS data) or that could complement and improve the existent portfolio of data providers, platforms and access points (non-EMOS data).
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Lot 1 World hydrocarbon sources
A) Hydrocarbon Resources: a global, asset-by-asset, relational dataset for the upstream oil, gas and coal industry. It should include the following data dimensions of analysis:a. geography;b. ownership and operation;c. on- / offshore;d. hydrocarbon types (including unconventional);e. field life cycle;f. reserves;g. production profiles;h. economic indicators;i. discoveries and exploration licenses.It should contain historical and projected information on reserves, exploration and production of oil, gas and coal, covering at least the world's major and mid-sized producing countries.B) Reports and advisory services, including but not limited to: regular in-depth reports on global trends for oil, natural gas and coal supply and demand.
Lot 2 World low-carbon energy sources
A) Renewable Energy Sources: a global, relational dataset for mainstream RES (hydro, wind, solar, biofuels, biomass and waste) and other RES (geothermal, marine, etc.) used in power and heat generation, industry, transportation etc.; covering at least EU28, Switzerland, Norway, the contracting parties of the Energy Community and non-EU G20 and focusing on:a. annual installed capacity (total for each technology, plant numbers for size categories and distributed generation) and auxiliary production fuel type for biofuel / bioliquids plants;b. monthly Generation of electricity and heat by technology;c. annual production and trade flows of biofuels (including average national blends), bioliquids, biomass (mtoe/tonnes) and biogas;d. market prices, volumes and, where applicable, premiums, auction and tender results, requests for proposals, green certificate, feed-in tariffs for:The electricity and heat generated from:— co-firing power plants,— onshore/offshore wind,— biomass (wood, chips, pellets),— biogas (landfill, anaerobic digestion, gasification, other),— solar (Photovoltaic, Concentrated Solar Power),— marine (ocean, tidal),— geothermal, hydro (large and small),— biofuels and bioliquids (bioethanol, biodiesel, other, including any premium for biofuel fulfilling EU sustainability criteria).And for the following fuels:— biomass (wood, chips, pellets),— biogas (landfill, anaerobic digestion, gasification, other),— biofuels (bioethanol, biodiesel, other, including any premium for biofuel fulfilling EU sustainability criteria);e. annual data on levelized costs of electricity (LCOE) for mainstream RES The LCOE data and the factors determining LCOE should be available at EU and MS level and also for the EU major trading partners, covering at least G 20.B) Clean energy technologies and investment: a global, relational dataset, covering at least EU28, Switzerland, Norway, the contracting parties of the Energy Community and non-EU G20 and focusing on and tracking:a. clean energy investment by: world region; sector (at least mainstream RES); type of investment (e.g. own funding, green bonds, asset finance, mergers and acquisitions, etc.);b. market structure and prices in the supply chain for mainstream RES and batteries, focusing on segments such as raw materials, RES components, shipments, etc.;c. clean energy technology progress in: Energy Supply (RES, nuclear, fossil fuel), Energy Demand (Industry — overall and with a detailed focus by energy intensive industrial clusters; transport; residential, incl. buildings) and cross-cutting the energy industry (e.g. digitalization of energy, storage on the grid and behind the meter, advanced materials, etc.).The data should be delivered at the highest possible frequency. It should complement and improve the datasets already available in the Market Observatory for Energy (check Annexes 5 and 6).C) Reports and advisory services, including but not limited to: industry intelligence and supply outlook for the mainstream RES; annual country reports covering at least EU 28 and non-EU G20, focusing on electricity mix (capacity and generation) and LCOEs; market structure, market players and prices by major energy commodity; policy developments in the field of RES, clean energy technologies and statistics.
Lot 3 Energy data on EU trading partners and G20 countries
DG ENER would like to purchase a dataset covering socio-economic indicators that are relevant for the energy systems and markets of the major trading partners of the EU and including all G20 in the following fields:a. national accounts;b. government and public finance;c. industrial sector, construction, transportation, services;d. international trade;e. balance of payments;f. investment and financial markets;g. labour Market;h. household income and expenditure;i. prices.The data should be delivered at the highest possible frequency. It should complement the world energy balances from the UN, OCDE-IEA and the BP Statistical Review of World Energy and focus on competitiveness-related aspects such as: disaggregated energy prices by type of consumers, structure of production costs and expenditure by industrial branches, fuel subsidies, etc.
Lot 4 World energy markets
A) Daily prices and traded volumes for the major international benchmarks covering spot markets and all contracts and traded products from the forward curve.For Oil, Refined Products and Biofuels:a. price and volume assessments of international crude benchmarks;b. crude oil and refined products futures and other derivative contracts from the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) and the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX);c. prices and trade flows for different types of biofuels, including:— ethanol,— biodiesel, FAME, RME, PME, SME, CME, HVO, TME, UCOME,— Renewable Identification Number (RIN), as under the US EPA Renewable Fuel Standard,— fuel crops and feedstocks for ethanol and biodiesel.For Coal, Biomass, Carbon and Emissions:a. price and volume assessments of international Steam Coal and Coking coal benchmarks;b. international FOB prices and freight rates;c. coal indices or other applicable forwards for Steam Coal;d. supply outlook for hard coal and lignite;e. monthly coal statistics on production, exports and imports (for the main countries, and for steam and coking coal).f. prices and trade flows for biomass (pellets, woodchips) — focus on EU 28;g. prices and volumes on:— EU and US Renewable Energy Certificates,— US and other global non-EU Emissions Markets.For Natural Gas:a. price and volume assessments of international natural gas benchmarks for the major trading regions (Atlantic basin, covering markets in the EU, North America and South America; Pacific basin covering markets in South East Asia and India), including LNG netbacks and landed prices;b. LNG carriers, existing and on order;c. Trade (in volume by exporting and importing country);B) Reports and advisory services, including but not limited to: regular (daily, weekly or lower frequency) market intelligence reports on the major energy commodities traded on global markets.
Lot 5 Energy infrastructure
A) A geographical database on EU infrastructure relative to oil, its derivatives and its substitutes.B) A geographical database on EU coal importing infrastructure.C) A geographical database on EU gas infrastructure (gas terminals, gas storage sites, gas compressor and gas grid).D) A geographical database on electricity infrastructure, covering World power generation units.E) A geographical database on electricity infrastructure, covering the EU power grid.
Lot 6 European energy markets — wholesale
A) Daily price and traded volume information related to the wholesale markets of each Member State or region covering spot markets and all contracts and products from the forward curve:For Physical and Forward gas markets:d. prices and traded volumes for natural gas for the main European hubs (OTC and exchange): balancing, intra-day, day-ahead and future month(s) or quarter(s), seasons, gas years.For Physical and Forward Electricity markets:e. prices and traded volumes for electricity for all trading areas of the EU Member States (OTC and exchange): balancing, intra-day, day-ahead and future month(s) or quarter(s), seasons, gas years.For Physical and Forward CO2 markets:f. EU CO2 spot price assessment and year-ahead contracts.B) Reports and advisory services, including but not limited to: regular (daily, weekly or lower frequency) market intelligence reports on the major energy commodities traded on European markets.
Lot 7 European electricity and natural gas markets — retail
DG ENER would like to purchase data related to the retail markets of electricity and natural gas in Europe. The data should cover, as much as possible of the following:a. monthly prices paid by the typical residential and industrial consumer in Member States taking into account different national consumption patterns and breaking down the final price into energy, transmission and distribution charges (including public service obligations), associated taxes and VAT and reflecting different emerging tariff schemes, such as fixed tariffs, variables tariffs, green tariffs offered by incumbents and competitors;b. annual retail market indicators relative to:— market contestability (number of competitive offers per segment; retail market shares; switching rates and potential savings; etc.),— suppliers (penetration of energy service companies and demand aggregators by number of consumers or by aggregated energy; etc.),— consumers (number of consumers receiving social tariffs or other assistance / support measures; number of consumers falling behind with bill payments; number of consumers using pre-payment meters; disconnection rate; total number of smart meters and smart meters installed per year; etc.).DG ENER may further specify specific consumer categories based on a geographical criteria such as representative consumers from the capital; large cities, rural areas, etc.
2018/S 149-340236 Contract notice