Short Term Trading Market
The Short Term Trading Market (STTM) is a market-based wholesale gas balancing mechanism established at defined gas hubs. The market uses bids, offers and forecasts to determine schedules for deliveries from the pipelines transmission users and the hubs. The market sets daily market prices and settles each hub based on the schedules and deviations from schedules.
AEMO operates the STTM but does not operate the physical pipeline or network assets.
Phase 2 - Intraday review
In accordance with Rule 491 of the National Gas Rules AEMO is undertaking a review of the available options for additional or alternative STTM market processes that would operate within a gas day. This review is Phase 2 of the STTM reviews.
In accordance with rule 492 of the National Gas Rules, the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) is conducting a review of market parameters in the Short Term Trading Market (STTM) and in conjunction with this review AEMO is taking the opportunity to review the market parameters for the Declared Wholesale Gas Market (DWGM).
AEMO has completed the first prescribed review of the operation of the STTM and STTM demand hubs and gas market information.
AEMO is conducting a staged review of the operation of the STTM and STTM demand hubs. While prescribed by rules 489 and 490 of the NGR, the review will consider broader gas market development issues in the context of developing efficient energy markets.
Notices issued by AEMO for the STTM will be published here.
STTM General Overview and Publications
The Short Term Trading Market (STTM) is a market-based wholesale gas balancing mechanism to be established at defined gas hubs, initially in Sydney and Adelaide.
Market Operator Service (MOS)
AEMO is requesting MOS increase offers and MOS decrease offers from eligible contract holders for each STTM pipeline for MOS period starting on 1 June 2013 and ending on 31 August 2013.
STTM Pipeline Operator's MOS Allocation Service Costs
Matched Allocation Agreements
Formal notices issued by AEMO regarding Matched Allocation Agreements.
STTM Establishment Project Archive
The STTM Establishment Project was a major cross industry project to design, build and implement a new, unique, wholesale market in gas, as well as requiring changes to arrangements in the existing gas retail markets. With the commencement of the STTM on 1 September 2010 the Project has concluded, and operation of the STTM now resides with the relevant AEMO business units.
QLD STTM Project
The QLD STTM Project was responsible for the implementation of the STTM at the Brisbane hub.
The project coordinated amendments to wholesale and retail market rules, procedures and market systems to support the implementation of the Brisbane hub.