We are experiencing technical issues affecting our systems related to REMIT and CASS.
Other CROPEX systems might be affected.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and will keep you informed as to developments.
Due to SIDC (XBID) central platform service break, all intraday cross border trading will be closed on Thursday 19th October between 09:00 CEST and 11:50 CEST.
During the SIDC service break, CROPEX will offer a local backup solution allowing our members to trade intraday within the local delivery areas.
New local contracts will replace SIDC contracts and members can immediately place new orders in the same way as before.
Order and trade IDs for the local backup solution are given prefix "I" instead of "X" to allow members to differentiate between the two solutions. Apart from the prefix there are no noticeable differences for intraday users.
The backup solution runs on CROPEX local platform and is independent of SIDC’s central systems. Once SIDC (XBID) central platform opens, CROPEX will close backup solution and all orders on backup solution will be deactivated.
please be advised that CROPEX has scheduled an intraday maintenance break on Wednesday 27th September between 08:00 CEST - 10:30 CEST. During this time no order entry or matching can take place and any open orders in the market will be withdrawn.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Please be advised that CROPEX has scheduled an intraday maintenance break on Wednesday 27th September between 08:00 CEST – 10:30 CEST.
During this time no order entry or matching can take place and any open orders in the market will be withdrawn.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The issue causing delay in publication of the final market coupling results have now been resolved and results are final.
Please be aware that publication of the final market coupling results is delayed until further notice. Final results will be published as soon as they are available.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and till keep you informed as to developments.
If you have any questions regarding this matter please contact us.
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