Italy reveals plans to boost hub liquidity

Italy is trying to boost liquidity on its PSV hub by eliminating inefficiencies on the Swiss transport route that brings in gas from markets in northwest Europe
By Silvia Favasuli 15 May 2017
Italy is trying to boost liquidity on its PSV hub by eliminating inefficiencies on the Swiss transport route. (Transitgas)

Italy’s government is planning to reduce the spread between the country’s PSV gas hub and the Dutch TTF, through the ‘Corridor of liquidity’ plan presented to the Italian parliament as part of the new National Energy Strategy (SEN) by Carlo Calenda, the minister for economic development, last week. At the same time, a new FRSU – intended to increase the country’s supply security – may also play a role in making the Italian hub more liquid. 

The Italian government wants to put in place a regulated...

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