The FSR Specialised Training on the Regulation of Gas Markets covers the basic principles of gas regulation in the gas sector, as well as the most relevant and topical issues in Europe and worldwide. After a general assessment of the gas market context, the course gives an overview on the various and diverse applications of gas regulation in different geographical contexts (ex. EU, USA, South America etc.). By comparing different regional gas market models, the course analyses the best ways to implement the existing EU network codes, namely the Balancing and Tariffs Network Codes. Moreover, the course offers a deep insight on the basic concepts of gas regulation such as transmission tariffs, TPA and pipeline competition, incentives to new infrastructure, and price caps – with a practical perspective supported by concrete examples and case studies. Participants will have an opportunity to practice their market and regulatory skills by working in small groups and develop the best solutions applicable to real – life problems.
Course Directors: Sergio Ascari and Ilaria Conti
Registation Deadline: 7 March 2016
For additional information please contact the Coordinator of this training, Marta Łuczak (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (+39 055 468 5752)
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