On 21 May ENTSOG launched a Public Consultation on the draft Cost-Benefit Analysis for the selection of a Data Exchange Solution in the Network code Interoperability and Data Exchange RulesPublic Consultation CBA on Data Exchange INT NC
The creation of the single European market for gas, and a reliable and safe transmission network that is capable of meeting Europe's current and future needs, requires enhanced cross-border access and the promotion of cross-border trading, increased interoperability of existing regional transmission systems, and the development of a Europe-wide legislative framework to support the market and the security of the gas supply.
ENTSOG's role is to manage the development process and fulfil the TSOs’ obligation to cooperate at European level as defined by Gas Regulation (EC) 715/2009. Established on a non-profit basis in December 2009, ENTSOG works closely with the European Commission, the new European regulatory agency ACER, and wide variety of stakeholders to fulfil its mandate.
The ENTSOG Annual Report was published on 6 May 2013ENTSOG Annual Report 2012 now available
ENTSOG and ACER publish the first roadmap for the early implementation of European gas rules on capacity allocation mechanisms (CAM)ENTSOG and ACER publish CAM Roadmap