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Clearing procedures and guidelines

AEMO market clearing guide

This guide has been established to nominate AEMO’s preferred electronic funds transfer facility for the National Electricity Market (NEM), Declared Wholesale Gas Market (DWGM), Short Term Trading Market (STTM), Queensland Retail Market, Gas Supply Hub, and other payments cleared by AEMO. The guide can also assist participants in establishing and operating routine payment processes, and provides additional information and references.

AEMO Market Clearing Guide
16 April 2014 | filesize: 460 kb (.pdf)

Gas early settlement payment procedure

To avoid the risk of late payment, participants may nominate to pay their settlement amount early in the DWGM, STTM, and Queensland Retail Gas Market.

The Gas Early Settlement Payment Procedure details how to request a permanent or one-off early payment.

Gas Early Settlement Payment Procedure V2
16 April 2014 | filesize: 256 KB (.pdf)

Prepayment arrangements

AEMO has prepared a Guide to Gas Prepayment Arrangements to assist participants with new and existing prepayments in the STTM and Victorian Wholesale Gas Market. This guide contains information on AEMO’s prepayment management process and participant obligations.

Guide to Gas Prepayment Arrangements

Participants in the STTM and Victorian Wholesale Gas Market may provide new prepayments to AEMO at any time to reduce market exposure. Please fill out the email template below and email it to clearing@aemo.com.au.

Prepayment Notification Email

Participants with existing prepayments in the STTM and Victorian Wholesale Gas Market must submit a prepayment instruction email to prudentials@aemo.com.au by 12:00 pm AEST one business day before the National Gas Rules defined final settlement publication date.

Prepayment Instruction Email

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