EU Gas ‎Network Codes 7 March – 11 April 2018 | Online

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Early Bird Special: 10% discount if you register by 26 January 2018!

The new FSR online course has been designed jointly by FSR and ENTSOG to provide participants with a comprehensive knowledge about the EU Gas Network Codes (NC).

Week by week, our experts will guide you through all the levels of details – how the NCs are developed, what practical implications they have to the creation of the EU internal gas market and what challenges and benefits stem from their implementation. The course gives you a unique opportunity to learn from the experts actively involved in the development of network codes – national TSOs and ENTSOG.

The online course on the Gas Network Codes comprises a general introduction and five modular lessons on the adopted NCs and guidelines. Every lesson includes an introductory video lecture, online assignments and quizzes, forum discussions and weekly live classes with the instructors.BackgroundAs the European energy market is more and more interconnected, the accomplishment of EU-wide rules facilitating cross-border gas flows is increasingly important. On the basis of the third liberalisation package, the European Commission, ACER and ENTSOG were tasked with developing a unified set of rules concerning the integration of the gas market as well as system operation and development – the network codes (NCs).

  • Background

    As the European energy market is more and more interconnected, the accomplishment of EU-wide rules facilitating cross-border gas flows is increasingly important. On the basis of the third liberalisation package, the European Commission, ACER and ENTSOG were tasked with developing a unified set of rules concerning the integration of the gas market as well as system operation and development – the network codes (NCs).

    Currently, European NCs and guidelines are near to being entirely implemented in all EU member states. They represent an important and unique achievement of setting rules for the internal energy market for which, at once, they form the pre-condition for harmonised rules for the market functioning, for system operation and for smooth transmition.

    Their implementation requires an important effort from many participants of the market and – particularly from TSOs and regulators – sound competence and specialised resources.

    Therefore, ENTSOG and the FSR have combined efforts in setting up a training course for NC implementation.



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