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How many Gas Markets?

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  • Fri 15 Nov 2019 08.30 - 16.00
  Add to Calendar 2019-11-15 8:30 2019-11-15 16:00 Europe/Paris How many Gas Markets?

FSR Regulatory Policy Workshop Series 2018-2019 This Workshop will explore the future technological and market landscape for gases, used as energy media and as feedstock for industrial processes. Starting from a future-proof taxonomy, it will assess to which extent different gases will be able to share the same infrastructure, and under which conditions (e.g. retrofitting). It will then go on to identify the implications for market design. To address these and other related issues, the Workshop will be structured in two sessions: Session 1 will investigate the technological and system operation dimension of the future gas sector, in its widest notion (i.e. including all types of gases and their uses as energy media and feedstock). In particular it will explore to what extent different gases could share the same infrastructure and under which conditions, and where, instead, different networks are needed to transport different types of gases. It will also aim at recognising the technical links between these networks and the transformation processes linking them. Session 2 will look at the market implications of the results of Session 1, and in particular how many markets will be required to cover the whole spectrum of gases in the future and the opportunities for coupling them, and for coupling these with the electricity market in its different timeframes. This workshop is exclusively open to national regulators, representatives from public bodies and associate & major donors of the FSR Energy area.

Sala Europa - Villa Schifanoia DD/MM/YYYY
  Sala Europa - Villa Schifanoia

FSR Regulatory Policy Workshop Series 2018-2019 This Workshop will explore the future technological and market landscape for gases, used as energy media and as feedstock for industrial processes. Starting from a future-proof taxonomy, it will assess to which extent different gases will be able to share the same infrastructure, and under which conditions (e.g. retrofitting). It will then go on to identify the implications for market design. To address these and other related issues, the Workshop will be structured in two sessions: Session 1 will investigate the technological and system operation dimension of the future gas sector, in its widest notion (i.e. including all types of gases and their uses as energy media and feedstock). In particular it will explore to what extent different gases could share the same infrastructure and under which conditions, and where, instead, different networks are needed to transport different types of gases. It will also aim at recognising the technical links between these networks and the transformation processes linking them. Session 2 will look at the market implications of the results of Session 1, and in particular how many markets will be required to cover the whole spectrum of gases in the future and the opportunities for coupling them, and for coupling these with the electricity market in its different timeframes. This workshop is exclusively open to national regulators, representatives from public bodies and associate & major donors of the FSR Energy area.


Location:
Sala Europa - Villa Schifanoia

Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Type:
Workshop

Links:
Workshop webpage

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