Competition on way for Greek gas market – analysts

Greece is reforming its retail gas market to encourage demand growth and establish a more competitive environment, two regional analysts tell Interfax Natural Gas Daily Greece is reforming its retail gas market to encourage demand growth and establish a more competitive environment, two regional analysts tell Interfax Natural Gas Daily.
By Andrew Walker 13 December 2016 0 23175
The LNG terminal on Revithoussa Island. Greece could use virtual trading to swap gas from the terminal. (EC)

Alex Lagakos, chairman of the Greek Energy Forum, and Daria Nochevnik, deputy head of the forum’s Brussels branch, spoke to Interfax Natural Gas Daily about the policies and market reforms that are set to transform the Greek gas industry. The Greek Energy Forum is an international energy thinktank specialising in Greece, southeast Europe and the East Mediterranean.

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