SET-Nav Topical Workshop, 28 September 2017, Brussels, Belgium

Date: Thursday, 28 September 2017, 10:00am - 12:30pm
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Venue: CEPS, Place du Congrès 1, 1000 Brussels

Several case studies are assessed as part of SET-Nav project, defined to deal with policy related questions of technology development in specific fields.

The third SET-Nav stakeholder event "Europe’s gas infrastructure needs towards 2050: which projects of common interest should be prioritised?" was organized in Brussels by CEPS on Thursday, 28th of September 2017 on 9.30 am.

In this workshop, a list of projects of common interest was discussed and analysed by using different modelling approaches.  Outputs include a top down priority list of PCIs in order to avoid spending on underutilised or stranded infrastructure as well as recommendations for optimal use of gas networks and measurements of country-specific price vulnerability against gas producers’ market power.

The research answers the following questions:

  1. What will be Europe’s gas infrastructure needs?
  2. What are the gas infrastructure projects that should be prioritised?
  3. How vulnerable will Europe be to the suppliers’ pricing strategy?

The agenda is available here.

The presentations of the workshop could be found below:

Welcome and Overview of the SET-Nav project, Marijke Welisch, TU Wien

Projects of Common Interest and gas producers pricing strategy, Péter Kotek, REKK; Pedro Crespo del Granado, NTNU