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MEDREG Strategy 2020-2030

The Mediterranean region is currently lacking a harmonized and coordinated legal framework able to foster international energy cooperation. In order to promote the integration of Mediterranean energy markets...

New report on natural gas markets competition and prices in MEDREG countries

Using a common set of indicators, the report provides an assessment of gas market competition among MEDREG members for household and non-household consumers and analyses gas retail prices in each country.
This assessment shows major differences between the national gas markets in the MEDREG countries surveyed in terms of energy demand, number of customers, distribution of gas demand between the household and non-household segments, level of liberalisation of the gas retail market, and geographical coverage for gas suppliers. 
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Egyptian and Portuguese regulators debate challenges and solutions for natural gas market liberalisation

MEDREG facilitated the organisation of a technical study visit held in Lisbon on 17 April between the newly established Egyptian gas regulatory authority (GasReg), and Portugal’s regulatory authority (ERSE), to address regulatory experiences regarding liberalisation of gas markets.
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MEDREG Gas Working Group discussed good practices on gas tariff methodologies

Meeting in Milan on 17 April, the Gas Working Group acknowledged the finalisation of their activity related to competition indicators and market prices. The Group exchanged on tariff methodologies good practices which will be the subject of a report to be adopted later this year. Finally, the Group discussed its contribution to the UfM Gas Platform.
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MEDREG plans its report on infrastructure, smart grid case studies, and support activities on renewable energies in Algeria and Palestine

MEDREG’s Working Groups on Electricity (ELE WG) and on Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Efficiency (RES WG) met on 28 March 2018 in Paris. The groups discussed a methodology for Cost-Benefit Analysis and Cross-Border Cost Allocation for the Mediterranean infrastructure projects; support activities to boost renewable energies in Algeria and Palestine and a compilation of national case studies to promote best practices on smart grids.
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MEDREG contributed, exchanged views and benefited from the latest regulatory developments at the seventh WFER

Participating in the seventh World Forum on Energy Regulation (WFER) between 20 and 23 March 2018 in Cancùn, MEDREG contributed and exchanged views on the latest regulatory developments, and provided insights of the energy markets in the Mediterranean countries. We also benefited from the sessions on the opportunities and challenges faced by the energy sector around the themes of innovation, empowered consumers, dynamic markets and sustainable energy developments along with international fellow energy regulators.
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Regulators of emerging energy markets enhance cooperation

On 21 March 201, on the occasion of the VII World Forum on Energy Regulation taking place in Cancùn, energy regulatory Associations from developing regions of Africa, the Mediterranean, Central and South America, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Asia signed a cooperation agreement to put their resources in common and jointly work on energy topics of common interest.
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Report: Mediterranean Energy Regulatory Outlook 2017

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