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Interactive webinar on: Public Consultation on Recommendable Updates for Gas CBA 2.0

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  • Sébastien Douguet (Microeconomix – Deloitte)
  • Nico Keyaerts (Florence School of Regulation)

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Florence School of Regulation and Deloitte are conducting a public consultation on their ongoing “study on recommendable updates and improvements of the energy system-wide cost-benefit analysis for gas (CBA)” that is being carried out for the European Commission.

 The study has three objectives:

  1. identify key areas in which ENTSOG’s 2015 CBA methodology for gas infrastructure projects can be improved
  2. propose updates, considering both the positive impact on the methodology and the efforts for ENTSOG to implement them.
  3. survey the stakeholders on the proposed updates

From 1 to 24 March we invite the stakeholders to comment on and react to the general and specific recommendations that are presented in the draft report that you can download here.

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Chiara Canestrini
+39 055 4685 726
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