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TOP or TOPless beyond 2015?Future of the Hungarian natural gas market beyond the long term contractArticle

The long term Take-or-pay (TOP) contract that was signed between Gazprom and MOL in 1996, and which even today serves as the backbone of the supply side of the domestic natural gas market, will expire in 2014-15, opening up the opportunity to ...

X. Summer school: introduction to energy regulation 2012BudapestEvent

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 ...

New Commissioner Training Program 2012BratislavaEvent

The ERRA New Commissioner Seminar provides a structured and relaxed training opportunity for newly appointed regulatory chairman, presidents and commissioners in five outstanding topics highly relevant for senior energy regulators. It gives a brief ...

Energy regulation in emerging countries 2012IstanbulEvent

This 5-day course equips participants with the core concepts, objectives and techniques of energy regulation with special focus on the needs and burning issues for developing countries. The course will be based on theoretical presentations by former ...

Regulation of infrastructure development:EU vs. member state competenciesArticle

Last year a number of new EU initiatives on the regulation of infrastructural investments were brought to light: the aspiration of the European Commission to boost the development of the electricity and natural gas infrastructure was escorted by a series ...

Price regulation and tariffs 2012BudapestEvent

The course provides a thorough introduction to the methodology of price regulation and tariff setting, the underlying economic theories, and also to the practical issues and solutions. The main topics are:Financial analysis, one of the basic inputs of ...

Renewable energy regulationTextbookAnalysis

The aim of the project was to develop a textbook on the economic fundamentals and practical implementation of renewable energy regulation. The target audience is the group of INOGATE countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz ...

Thirsty for regulationsMajor changes to come in Hungarian water utility servicesArticle

The Hungarian water utility services experience major changes nowadays. A water utility act, to make up for decades without dedicated regulations, is being drafted. The sector is fragmented, with intricate ownership and property relations and a missing ...

Regulatory aspects of renewables 2011BudapestEvent

One of the major challenges energy companies (the most prominent contributors to local, regional and global environmental degradation) face today is related to develop and operate energy facilities in an environmentally sustainable way. The efforts ...

District heating tariff regulation in HungaryAnalysis

We presented the main figures on the Hungarian heat sector. A review of the current regulatory and market conditions was concluded. This also included the licensing and price setting of the production and supply sides.