ENTSOG

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ENTSOGEuropean Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas
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The ENTSOG was established by the European Union with the Third Energy Package with the aim of facilitating and improving cooperation between natural gas transport operators throughout Europe and the development of a pan-European transport network in line with the objectives of the European Union Energy Strategy and the Energy Community of the countries of Southeast Europe.
It also establishes a European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E), alongside a network for gas TSOs (ENTSOG).
The general objective of the work of the consultant is to support and improve the project specific part of the CBA methodology as developed by Entsog. The work of the consultant shall build on and stay consistent with the concept of the formally submitted methodology.
The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG) has adopted its ten-year network development plan (TYNDP).
The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG) has adopted its Europe-wide long-term gas infrastructure network development plan (TYNDP) for 2011-20.
The current method for identifying projects for PCI status has been developed by the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG), tested in two PCI selection rounds in 2013 and 2015, and is subject to continuous fine tuning (ENTSOG, 2013).
The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG) reports "sufficient" capacity under high daily demand conditions in January 2011.
Each country is represented by a single node and linked with its neighboring countries via aggregated connections representing 220kV and 380kV transmission lines, respectively, for the electricity network (ENTSO-E, 2013), and cross-border pipelines in the natural gas network (ENTSOG, 2013).
Speakers include MEP Claude Turmes, DG TREN's Philip Lowe as well as Stephan Kamphues, ENTSOG President as well as ACER Director Alberto Pototschnig.
(1) The third energy liberalisation package, of 2009, requires the European Network Transmission System Operators in Gas (ENTSOG) to develop an EU-wide ten-year gas network development plan.
ENTSOG (http://www.entsog.eu/maps/transmission-capacity-map) and EEGA (East European Gas Analysis, see http://www.eegas.com/fsu.htm) have capacities for the export pipelines that run from Russia into Europe, see Figure A1 in the Appendix.
The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG) has published its first ten-year network development plan.