Third party access : a comparative study on access regimes in EU electricity grids and natural gas pipelines
Title: Third party access : a comparative study on access regimes in EU electricity grids and natural gas pipelines
Citation: Oil, gas and energy law (OGEL), 2011, No. 3, OnlineOnly
Series/Number: [Florence School of Regulation]
External link: http://www.ogel.org/article.asp?key=3128
The EU energy market regulation is based on three main pillars: third party access, unbundling and strong regulators. This paper will focus on the first of these. As will be seen throughout this paper, the access regimes in electricity and natural gas regulations are very similar, despite the differences in the respective commodities. The objectives of the third party access provisions of both electricity and natural gas regulations are very similar: to creating capacity to compete.
This article in the special issue on Cross-Border Pipelines is based on research carried out in the framework of the Florence School of Regulation of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute.; The article is a version of EUI RSCAS WP 2011/09 Loyola de Palacio Energy Policy Programme - http://hdl.handle.net/1814/15796
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