FSR’s study on Ukrainian gas presented at EU Commission’s Eastern Partnership Meeting

The Florence School of Regulation has been invited by the European Commission to present at the 17th Meeting of the Eastern Partnership Platform 3 on Energy Security, taking place today (23 June 2017) in Brussels.

The event, organized side-by-side with the EU Sustainable Energy Week (19-25 June 2017), analyses the current trends in the regional energy cooperation and investigates the latest challenges and opportunities provided by the growing engagement of consumers in the energy markets of the Eastern partner countries.

In this framework, the FSR Gas Advisor Sergio Ascari gives a presentation on the increasingly active role of consumers and consequent impact in the evolving gas market in Ukraine. Such preliminary findings are part of a broader report on the future of the Ukrainian gas market that will be published by the FSR later in July 2017.


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