The Secretariat published the results of a project simulating the possible effects of the future application of the EU Network Code on Harmonized Transmission Tariff Structures for Gas. It is expected that the European Commission will table a formal proposal for adoption of the code in the Energy Community by the end of 2018 based on a (preliminary) text agreed by the relevant working group in May this year.
Update – the revised version of the four column document is now available.
Update: Data extracted in July 2018.
145,5 millions d’euros du Fonds européen de développement régional (FEDER) sont investis dans la construction du gazoduc “Pogórska Wola- Tworzeń”, une canalisation de 168 km pour le transport de gaz naturel, traversant les régions polonaises de Małopolskie, Świętokrzyskie et Śląskie (Petite-Pologne, Sainte-Croix et Silésie), au Sud du pays.
In a ruling published on 10 August, the World Trade Organisation rejected most of Russia’s claims concerning the alleged incompatibility of the EU’s energy policy measures with the multilateral trade rules.
Today, the Secretariat published the first annual issue of the EU4Energy Governance Project newsletter. The newsletter features all the key activities carried out over the last year by the Secretariat under the EU4Energy Governance Project.
The declaration aims to strengthen regional cooperation in the framework of the Energy Union and better integrate the Iberian Peninsula into the internal energy market. The Lisbon declaration builds on the Madrid Declaration from March 2015 which launched the integration process.
Director of INEA Dirk Beckers signed today a grant agreement on CEF Energy co-funding for the power line crossing the Bay of Biscay totalling €578 million, in presence of Dominique Ristori, Director-General DG Energy and representatives from the Spanish and the French transmission system operators, both beneficiaries of the grant.
EIB Vice-President Navarro joins the meeting with Prime Minister Costa, President Macron, President Sánchez and EC Commissioner Arias-Cañete to boost the development of energy interconnections in South-West Europe. Over the last ten years, the EIB has provided more than EUR 3.6 billion to foster priority electricity and natural gas networks in Portugal, Spain and France.