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DEWG SCR 727 ESIID Service History & Usage Extract Re-Baseline Follow Up

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  1. DEWGSCR 727 ESIID Service History & Usage Extract Re-Baseline Follow Up Jackie Ashbaugh ERCOT 9/20/2007

  2. SCR 727 Extract Re-Baseline Summary • PR 50024_01 SCR 727 Phase II (SCR 740) is in “Closing” status • Defects were logged as 3 SIRs • Extract refresh and counts web services • De-aggregation web service • Turn on XML output feature • The Re-Baseline web service will only be available one time per year per MP and will be re-evaluated during ERCOT I-Test • Performance and ability to deliver will be reassessed at this time • Once the Re-Baseline web service is in production, the current SCR 727 Historical Data Request process will be discontinued (data files back to 2003) • Requests for missed files (one-offs), similar to LOAD, GEN, etc. will continue to be accepted 9/20/2007

  3. ERCOT SCR 727 Re-baseline Survey • Considerations and Questions for the extract re-baseline web service implementation: • What is the minimal amount of the service history and usage data for ESIIDs owned by MP needed? Today, MPs have service history and usage for ESIIDs they own from 7/31/2001 to current. • 12 months of ESIID usage is needed for data aggregation to shadow settle • **Note: If the date range for the amount of data that ERCOT provides in the re-baselines is changed, there would be a change on the daily extract to provide inserted/deleted/changed data for the same date range. • Do you have any concerns with the amount of data that would have to be downloaded and/or uploaded? • How often should the amount of data that ERCOT is providing via web services and extracts be evaluated by DEWG? Updated Note: Annual Validation for Load Profiles takes a variable amount of usage data to calculate 18-22 months. (Applies to TDSPs only) 9/20/2007

  4. ERCOT SCR 727 Re-baseline Survey Results • Would not request re-baseline • 1 market participant • 18-24 months of data • 1 market participant • 18 months of data • 5 market participants • 24 months of data • 2 market participant to match the historical data in their systems • 2003 trade dates to current • 1 market participant • July 2001 trade dates to current • 1 market participant Note: Includes feedback from 3 TDSPs and 8 LSEs. 9/20/2007

  5. SCR 727 Extract 18 Month Re-baseline Example • Consider using a static number of days instead of a month range that has a variable number of days (i.e. 540 days) • In the case that the Re-baseline goes back 18 months: • LSEs and TDSPs receive: • ESIID records for ESIID Service History records received. • All dimensional tables. These are also available via the Publice Reference Data Extract in the Report Explorer public folder. • IDR and NIDR Usage applicable to the ESIID Service History records provided that apply to the operating days where EU.STOPTIME > (SYSDATE – 540) • ESIID Service History records for you as the REP of RECORD or TDSP will be provided where • ESH.STARTTIME < SYSDATE • ESH.STOPTIME > (SYSDATE – 540) • null STOPTIMEs are evaluated as SYSDATE 9/20/2007

  6. ESIID Service History Examples with 9/17/2007 request date • In Example 1: • Rep “A” and TDSP “999” would receive the ESH row. The StartTime is prior 540 days, but the range of ownership includes dates within the last 540 days. • Usage would only be received for where the STOPTIME >(SYSDATE – 540) • In Example 2: • Rep “A” would receive nothing. • Rep “B” would receive 10/25/06 – 2/4/07. • Rep “C” would receive 2/9/2007 – null. • TDSP “999” would receive all rows from 1/2/2004 forward. • Usage would only be received for where the STOPTIME >(SYSDATE – 540) as it applies to the MP relationship on the ESH rows • In Example 3: • Rep “A” would receive the 1/1/03 – 4/15/06 and 10/25/06 – 2/4/07 rows. • Rep “C” would receive the 2/9/07 – null row. • TDSP “999” would receive all rows from 1/1/03 forward. • Usage would only be received for where the STOPTIME >(SYSDATE – 540) as it applies to the MP relationship on the ESH rows 9/20/2007

  7. Questions? 9/20/2007