Gas market liberalisation: Does Europe really want it?

By |maj 17th, 2018|Energy liberalisation, liberalisation of the gas sector, liquified natural gas, LNG, natural gas, News|

Almost ten years after the implementation of the Third Energy Package, the risk of backtracking on liberalisation looks very real as policymakers seem increasingly frustrated at having “given away” power to the market, writes Luca Franza.

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Academic: ‘Huge progress’ in EU gas markets but supply still an issue

By |maj 15th, 2018|Energy liberalisation, liberalisation of the gas sector, natural gas, News, North Sea, Russian gas|

The integration of European gas markets has made strides over the last fifteen years, bolstering energy security in Eastern EU countries as a result, says Jonathan Stern. But the collapse of Dutch production means Russia will probably remain at the cen...

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Gas market liberalisation: An unsung EU success story?

By |maj 14th, 2018|ACER, Energy liberalisation, Energy market, Gas, gas crisis, gas hubs, gas interconnectors, gas storage, internal energy market, liberalisation of the gas sector, LNG, News, reverse flows, reverse gas flows, Russian gas, security of supply|

The liberalisation of European gas markets is widely recognised as a major success by industry analysts. But EU politicians are reluctant to celebrate it because liberalisation on its own has failed to deliver on another key objective – supply diversification. Ironically, Europe is now more dependent on Russian gas than ever.

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Experts grapple with EU’s ‘labyrinthine’ electricity network codes

By |maj 10th, 2017|electricity market, Electricity Market Directive, Energy liberalisation, ENTSOE, News, power transmision|

Europe already has its “new electricity market design” – it’s just a little behind schedule... and about as complicated as EU legislation gets, EURACTIV.com has learned.

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