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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 ...

Energy market primer - training for the British EmbassyBudapestEvent

The main purpose of the training is to provide a solid economic background for understanding the energy issues in the region, and thereby to enhance the reporting capabilities of staff on energy issues. Building upon this, the sectorial differences ...

Wholesale gas and electricity price forecastAnalysis

The aim of the study is to provide natural gas and electricity wholesale price forecast, and to calculate the total yearly electricity cost of a Hungarian based, average sized datacenter. In the study we demonstrate the most important factors, which ...

Light at the end of the tunnel?Potential effects of the fall in oil price on the profitability of natural gas based electricity generationArticle

Brent crude price displayed an unstoppable fall from July 2014, which was still ongoing in January 2015. The cause of the price drop was fundamental supply and demand: shale oil producers in North America produced an oversupply in oil, which was matched ...

Mysteries of the allocation of transmission capacities of the Slovak-­Hungarian gas interconnector pipelineArticle

The construction of the long-awaited Slovak-Hungarian gas interconnector pipeline is now completed. Although there are still technical issues to resolve, they cannot be blamed for why the commercial operation has not commenced yet. In January 2015, once ...

The end of the mega­pipeline era:Post­-South Stream implications for Central and South Eastern EuropeArticle

Shortly after the sudden cancellation of South Stream, Gazprom CEO Alexey Miller announced it would be replaced by a pipeline of the same capacity (63 bcm) delivered to Turkey across the Black Sea (13 bcm to the Turkish market replacing the trans-Balkan ...

Prioritising gas infrastructure projects for CESEC high level groupAnalysis

REKK was commissioned by the European Commission to analyse 21 projects of the CESEC region, with the aim to define a limited number of key projects that bring the overall larges benefit to the region by contributing to security of supply and ...

Measures To Increase The Flexibility And Resilience Of The European Natural Gas MarketAnalysis

The aim of the project was to analyse the vulnerability of the European system to supply shocks. In our paper we evaluate the impact of the evolving market structure on the security of natural gas supply with a special focus on resilience to a supply ...