Can anyone support the view that the EFET framework agreement is not a “framework contract”? It is clear from the wording of the question asked that the problem arose on the basis of EFET master contracts. Are EFET master contracts subject to reMIT reporting? Recent interpretations of ACER create confusion in the market. With regard to the REMIT reports on framework/master agreements, the notices of the Agency for the Corporation of Energy Regulators (ACER), based in Ljubljana, have recently been observed. ACER`s parallel and inherently conflicting interpretations create confusion for those who reasonably argue that the EFET executive contract is considered a “framework contract.” If the counterparties enter into the main EFET contract but do not yet enter into individual contracts, a real problem arises, which is the application of these two interpretations. It should be added that the May 2015 interpretation has not been amended or removed from point III.3.11 of the Q-A REMIT, point III.3.11 of ACER. It seems that there is no way to achieve reconciliation of different points of view. The interpretations of the ACER above are available here. We are a sharing community. Please help us by downloading 1 new document or downloading it: please fill out this form, we will try to respond as soon as possible. Personally, the latest Acer opinion above is more compelling to me. Copy this integration script and paste it where you want to integrate it.