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    Introduction to the Regulation of Gas Markets

    New Online Course: 8 November 2017 – 7 March 2018

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Gas Policy & Regulation


The Florence School of Regulation has been conducting research into gas regulation since its foundation in 2004. Since 2017, the new FSR Gas Area is a totally dedicated entity, developing applied research, policy debate, and training on the most topical policy and regulatory issues.

The FSR Gas Area acts as a platform for debate and for the exchange of best practices between regulators, academics, representatives from EU institutions, industry and other key market players.

Contact person: Ilaria Conti

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FSR training PGN (Indonesia): Natural Gas Market & Regulation

Natural Gas Market and Regulation in Indonesia Lessons from International Experiences | 10-11 July in Florence This workshop is part of a project developed by the […] read more


Sergio Ascari



FSR’s study on Ukrainian gas presented at EU Commission’s Eastern Partnership Meeting

The Florence School of Regulation has been invited by the European Commission to present at the 17th Meeting of the Eastern Partnership Platform 3 on […] read more




FSR Gas is hiring! Jr. Research Assistant (Florence)

We are looking for junior profile in the area of Gas Policy and Regulation to join our team in Florence! The candidate will assist the […] read more





FSR organises workshop on “Future of energy utilities” with Bruegel and Fondazione Enrico Mattei

Digitalisation and decarbonisation led to a profound reshaping of the energy system in recent years. Energy utilities have reacted in different ways – sometimes winning […] read more


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FSR presents draft report on Ukrainian gas market

The EU Commission has invited FSR to present the preliminary findings of our draft Report on the future of the Ukrainian gas market. Sergio Ascari, […] read more


policy workshop may 2017

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The end of the long-term contracts era: which consequences for the EU Gas Market?

Long-term contracts (LTCs) used to be the most commonly used supply agreements in the gas sector and necessary to ensure the security of supply.  Indeed, […] read more

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