After 12 successful editions, our flagship Specialised Training on the Regulation of Gas Markets has been enhanced with an online block to make it more accessible to our growing international audience.
This online course starts with a four-week block which will provide you with the core knowledge and instruments needed to approach the study of gas markets, regulation and policy. After completing the first online block, you will deep dive into gas market regulation, comparing different regional gas market models and developments; learning the building blocks of European gas regulation, as well as the future perspectives for gas in the evolving EU gas market’s landscape.
What you will learn:
The FSR Specialised Training on the Regulation of Gas Markets covers the basic principles of regulation in the gas sector, as well as the most relevant and topical issues in Europe and worldwide.
Along with a general assessment of the gas market context, the course gives an overview on the various and diverse gas regulation and policy applying in different geographical contexts (ex. EU, Latin America). By comparing different regional gas market models, the course analyses the EU gas regulation which is currently enforced in Europe (Third Energy Package, EU Network Codes) in particular focusing on the Balancing and Tariff Network Codes.
Moreover, the course covers the basic concepts of gas regulation such as transmission tariffs, balancing markets, gas hubs and pipeline competition, incentives to new infrastructure, and price caps.
Participants can choose only four modules
Group work: Infrastructure for a decarbonised gas system, which choices?
Bring and discuss arguments linked to opportunities and challenges at infrastructure (H2 blending limits, presence of LNG terminals etc, planned projects, interconnection with neighbouring markets), market (existing electricity generation, consumption volumes forecast, energy import/export data etc) and regulatory level (EU and national)
Registration is open to all professionals of any level who are interested in having a deeper understanding of the gas regulation.
The training is mainly addressing staff from energy utilities, TSOs, banks and representatives from National and European Regulatory Authorities or other public bodies, but also academics and researchers with an interest in gas markets regulation.
No specific academic background is required although a basic knowledge of energy regulation or policy making is recommended. The training is given in English.
FSR Donors or National Regulatory Authorities: 2,800 EUR
Other organizations or companies: 3,800 EUR
The fee includes 1 free seat to one FSR online course*
The online course will have to take place until December 2021, and the seat can be used by anyone inside the same company or institution
*except Annual Training, Executive Course to master Electricity Markets, and Summer School on Energy Systems: Sector Coupling and Energy Modelling.
The Participants of the 2018 edition of the Specialised Training on the Regulation of Gas Markets share their experience and views on the training.
A week with distinct experts and professionals from all over Europe and the world. Understanding energy markets and discussing them from multiple perspectives such as regulatory, economic and technical points of view is key to tackle the challenges we are facing today with an accelerating energy transition and energy sectors as well as markets yet to be coupled. A truly inspiring week at an outstanding institution!
What an exciting Gas week in Florence discussing the future of #gas regulation, the development and outlook of global gas demand and supply in Europe and worldwide, and so much more! I extend my thanks to Florence School of Regulation - FSR Energy for a great training, but most importantly, for bringing together so many inspiring professionals and amazing people! Looking forward to attending another course of the FSR!
A wholehearted thank you to the Florence School of Regulation. I had the pleasure to interact with the bright participants and instructors, who were challenging, asking to the point questions and giving their own views.
It was a great opportunity to learn from the European experience regarding the history, formation, and regulation of the gas market. It will be very useful knowledge for the challenges we have in my home country.
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