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Beginner's Guide to the Bulletin Board


The Natural Gas Services Bulletin Board (usually Gas Bulletin Board or GBB) captures selected information about the day to operation of the gas system on Australia’s east coast.

These videos offer an overview of the Bulletin Board and some of its most popular data. Once you have watched these videos you will know which data sets to use for basic analysis and what they represent.


Introduction to the GBB, Facilities and Zones

The first two videos introduce you to the Bulletin Board and the way it organises data:

   


Forecast Flow, Actual Flow and Capacity Reports

These three videos offer an overview of the 3 report classes that are most commonly used to get a picture of events in the gas market.

It covers how often the data is submitted as well as the way direction is reported for each report:

       


About the GBB

The Gas Bulletin Board (GBB) was established on 1 July 2008, as a gas market and system information website covering all major gas production fields, major demand centres and natural gas transmission pipeline systems of South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania, NSW, the ACT and Queensland.

The objective of the GBB is to facilitate improved decision making and trade in gas and pipeline capacity through the provision of readily accessible and up-to-date gas system and market information.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) operates the GBB in accordance with its obligations under the National Gas Law (NGL) and National Gas Rules (NGR). GBB facility operators provide AEMO with information as required under the NGR, for publication to the GBB in standard reports and displayed on the GBB map.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) is responsible for the Gas Services Information (GSI) functions in Western Australia, and operates the Gas Bulletin Board for Western Australia.

If you have any questions or would like further information please contact the AEMO support hub via the contact us link, in the left hand corner of the footer on this page.