The US and Caspian Export prospects via the Vertical Gas Corridor: Implications for EU Energy Security and Energy Market Integration in Eastern Europe and the Western Balkans.
This paper looks at whether the merger of two zones helps to achieve a more integrated and efficientgas market.
The author argues it is impossible to know with any certainty whether the EC’s quest for a negotiating mandate is to help ensure NS2 gets built or a plot to delay it...
This report dates back to April 2017 but nevertheless is still an interesting read given Italy's recent announcement regarding coal use in electricity generation.
Gas demand in 2016 rose by 7% compared to 2015, reaching 4,962 TWh, mainly driven by improved gas-to-power economics. It is the second consecutive year of demand growth after 4 years of decline
Gas is an integral part of modern energy mixes and in fact, its importance as a stabilisator of energyproduction grows with decomissioning of traditional power plants and booming renewables.
This report provides an overview of the current status of implementation of the 3rd Internal Energy Market Package. The analysis covers the Contracting Parties with operational gas markets that are interconnected with other countries in the EC region
The author examines some of the existing and planned natural gas infrastructure projects in the Southeast Europe market.
Efficient booking behaviour is an indication that market mergers create infrastructure competition amongst regulated TSOs
Whilst the EU is currently dealing with many crises, reality is that things do not come much bigger than Nord Stream II.