1-Й Технический Семинар: Регулирование рынка природного газа
June 19-21, 2017 // Budapest, Hungary
Sponsored by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
Organized by the the Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA) and
The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC)
Framework and Issues:
In the past ten years, the production of and demand for natural gas have increased dramatically around the world. To accommodate the increased demand for natural gas, countries are building and planning for new pipeline infrastructure and considering reforms to their natural gas sectors to promote competition and bolster the security of natural gas supply through regional cooperation and integration.
Regulators, in collaboration with government officials and stakeholders, are instrumental to developing the necessary regulatory framework to promote investment and set in place the regulations and rules of the road for markets to take shape and prosper.
With the funding support of USAID, NARUC and ERRA are launching a project designed around two of the most instrumental features of any country’s gas sector – the Transmission and Distribution Grid Codes. As part of this project, NARUC and ERRA will hold two interactive workshops in 2017 focusing on gas market design and models, the evolution of gas markets, Transmission and Distribution Grid Codes, and the necessary steps to harmonize grid codes to support regional trade and greater security of supply.
The project will also support the development of detailed Transmission and Distribution Grid Code frameworks to help regulators develop codes that are: 1) tailored to their own country-specific features and context; 2) designed to remove market-related obstacles to competition and trade; and 3) structured to support regional integration.
The regional workshop will engage energy regulators to:
- Strengthen understanding of gas market design in the European Union and United States and provide case studies outlining the diverse transition steps countries have taken to reshape and reform gas markets toward greater competition and trade.
- Review a model outline for a Natural Gas Transmission Grid Code that is compliant with Third Energy Package requirements, with specific presentations and examples on capacity booking, allocation process, nominations and denominations, and balancing.
- Discuss steps and measures necessary to shape Transmission Grid Codes so as to remove market-related obstacles and support regional integration.
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