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Our gas market model can be applied for evaluating infrastructure investment, analysing crisis situations and impact assessment of regulatory changes.

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Quo Vadis EU gas market regulatory framework – Study on a Gas Market Design for EuropeAnalysis

The Quo Vadis study evaluates the functioning of the European Union's internal gas market under the Third Package rules from a forward-looking perspective. On that basis it sets out and assesses alternative regulatory measures proposed to generate ...

Regional gas market overviewPéter Kaderják's presentation on the Budapest LNG summitEvent

Péter Kaderják presented REKK's view on the current state of the European gas markets, highlighting the role of LNG and the risks threatining the currently well-functioning market. The presentation was part of the Budapest LNG Summit.

How will LNG supply to Europe shape the European wholesale gas prices and flows by 2025?Research paper

REKK has carried out a modelling based analysis to assess how different future scenarios of the global gas market supply and demand patterns can affect the wholesale gas price levels and infrastructure utilization in Europe by 2025. The analysis was part ...

Follow-up Study on LNG and Storage StrategyAnalysis

The follow up study of the LNG and Storage Strategy is focusing on the latest developments of the gas market and their impact on the actions formulated in the Strategy. Under the modelled scenarios the European infrastructure can robustly serve the needs ...

Electricity wholesale price forecast for Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia until 2045Analysis

The objective of this work is to prepare electricity wholesale price forecasts for 4 four CEE countries (Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia) until 2045 by using REKK’s in-house European Electricity Market Model (EEMM). Demand growth and fuel price ...

Market simulation and analyses of the planned Slovenia-Hungary bi-directional gas interconnectorAnalysis

REKK provided a model-based assessment of the planned Slovenian-Hungarian bidirectional gas interconnection pipeline in order to identify the risks of the project and monetize its benefits.In line with the recommendations of ACER and ENTSOG, a ...

Gas Market Modelling for the Quo Vadis ProjectEvent

The goal of the workshop is to present the gas market model and the underlying assumptions and its use for the Quo Vadis project. A detailed description of the model was published in The Energy Journal, working paper version is available at our website ...

Effects of Nord Stream 2 and the European annual capacity bookingsEvent

Presentation by Borbála Takácsné Tóth on GasCon Conference.

South-East Europe: developing the region’s gas and LNG infrastructure and connectivityEvent

Péter KAderják's presentation at the FLAME 2017 conference.

SEERMAP Draft modelling result introductionEvent

The workshop introduced the first draft results of the modelling for the participants. Modelling was performed using EEMM, EGMM and GREEN-X. Participants gave their feedback and opinion to the draft modelling results.