Gas Policy & Regulation
The Florence School of Regulation has been conducting research into gas regulation since its foundation in 2004. The new FSR Gas Area will be a totally dedicated entity, developing applied research, policy debate, and training on the most topical policy and regulatory issues.
The FSR Gas Area is intended to act as a platform for debate and the exchange of best practice between regulators, academics, representatives from EU institutions, industry and other key market players.
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Written by Ilaria Conti With the Clean Energy Package released last November, the EU Commission proposed a new Regulation on the Governance for the Energy Union, specifically concerning […] read more
Written by Ilaria Conti It’s currently time for reflection, in Brussels, on EU gas regulation and market design. With the Third Energy Package close to being fully […] read more
Progress towards the Energy Union is on track and on time according to its vice-president Maroš Šefčovič. Mr. Šefčovič sat down for an unprecedented interview […] read more
This week the FSR is in Indonesia facilitating our tailored training on The International Gas Regulation and Tariff Design for Perusahaan Gas Negara. This on-demand […] read more
To what extent is the term ‘energy dependency’ correct? What are the EU’s primary energy markets, in terms of imports and exports? How much influence […] read more
This FSR Regulatory Policy Workshop on “Congestion Management in the Internal Energy Market” reviewed and compared the experience with the implementation of capacity allocation and congestion management measures in both the electricity and gas sector. read more