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Gas infrastructure – Regional priority projects in Central and South Eastern EuropeArticle

There are several EU documents declaring the need for more interconnectivity of the European gas networks, especially in South East Europe. Starting with the TEN-E Regulation, which sets the framework for defining projects of regional interest, to the ...

LNG absorption capacity of the EU natural gas market - Phase 2Analysis

REKK, in consultation with the International Energy Agency (IEA) carried out an assessment of the EU natural gas market’s LNG absorption capability for the Research Group of Cheniere Energy Inc. to support related business decisions of the corporation.

Methodology to evaluate CBA and CBCA proposals submitted to HEPURA based on Regulation 347/2013/EUAnalysis

Based on the CBA and CBCA methodology of ENTSO-G and ENTSO-E and ACER guidelines REKK has developed a modelling based methodology to monetize the social benefit effects of electricity and gas infrastructure projects. The methodology has been applied for ...

XIII. Summer school: introduction to energy regulation 2015BudapestEvent

This 5-day training course will be organised into thematic modules focusing on the hottest issues of energy sector regulation. The training program combines “classic” regulation under the traditional vertically integrated industry structure with ...

A top-down approach to identify the most important natural gas cross-border infrastructure projectsDIW Working Paper 2015Research paper

Well-conceived infrastructure development is the key to a fully integrated gas market as depicted in the Energy Union Package. Physical interconnection is the hardware that enables security of supply, which has become a particularly high priority issue ...

Constraints to increased European LNG deliveriesAnalysis

The project first identified major natural gas infrastructure and regulatory constraints to increased LNG shipments to the EU gas market. Next REKK applied its European Gas Market Model (EGMM) to assess the likely impacts of increased LNG deliveries on ...

Turkish Stream’s Implications for EU Gas Infrastructure DevelopmentNew Atlanticist 2015Research paper

Since South Stream’s termination in early December 2014, governments in Central and Southeast Europe (CSEE) have championed a litany of pan-regional pipeline proposals to carry gas from Russia’s planned delivery point in Ipsala, Turkey via the Balkans to ...

Stakeholder seminar for the Towards the European Energy Union conferenceAnalysis

The Danube Region Energy Strategy has organised its 2nd Annual Stakeholder Workshop on the 20th of March 2015 in Brussels. The general overview for the three thematic sessions was given by REKK.

Building the Internal Gas Market at the Border: The Importance of EU External Policy with Turkey and RussiaResearch paper

This paper assesses the EU’s energy relations with Russia and Turkey and argues that theEU should employ more proactive engagement going forward. In the context of Europe’sdeclining indigenous production, Russia’s high aggregate market share should be ...

Can Gazprom Really Cut Out Ukrainian Transit Post-South Stream?New Atlanticist 2015Research paper

Despite an unceremonious end to the controversial South Stream mega-pipeline, Russia remains outspoken and determined in its effort to carve Ukraine entirely out of its European natural gas deliveries which accounted for 62 billion cubic meters (bcm) of ...