Today the FSR hosts one of its regulatory policy workshops, belonging to the series directed by Alberto Pototschnig, FSR Advisor. Today’s workshop focuses on Tariff Structures for the Internal Gas Market.
In the revised and updated Gas Target Model released by ACER in January 2015, Member States whose gas markets do not meet specific quality standards are required to undertake some structural reforms, such as the merger of adjacent markets, balancing zones and respective entry-exit system.
As a part of the FSR Policy Workshop Series, today’s workshop on “Tariff Structures for the Internal Gas Market” will analyse the possible implications of this merging and evaluate which transmission charging system would be the most appropriate.
- Session I will aim to find the most suitable approach to gas transmission tariffs in case of wider entry-exit areas;
- Session II will investigate the charging and revenue recovery and the related implications.