- THE CONTEXT
Due to the liberalization of the European gas market, European Parliament regulations specify that transmission system operators should have a de-coupled entry-exit system in place. An entry-exit system is a gas network access model that allows network users to book capacity rights independently at entry and exit points. Compared to the previously used point-to-point relations, this model will foster competition and help create an EU internal gas market.
In Belgium, the new entry-exit transmission model went live on 1 October 2012.
- CUSTOMER BENEFITS
In its role as a gas shipper, the organization had to comply with these new rules and adapt its business processes and IT systems to the new market model.
- DECISIONS DELIVERED
The business objective of this project was to adapt the existing gas optimization processes and support systems to comply with these new market rules.
TRILATIONS was responsible for the Business and Functional Analyses and coordinated the business acceptance testing.
- Supported the company in defining the business requirements;
- Defined the methodology for documenting the functional design in the “Enterprise Architect” documentation tool;
- Co-wrote the functional design & coached the functional analysts;
- Coordinated the business acceptance testing and wrote the business test scenarios, using the “HP Quality Center” test tool.