The Public Utilities Commission has started a public consultation for the creation of a single natural gas market that would include Finland, Estonia and Latvia, the regulator’s representatives said.
The purpose of the public consultation is to explain gas tariff methodology and hear proposals in order to set up the single gas market by January 1, 2020. The project providing for the creation of a single gas transmission tariff zone for the three countries is unique in Europe, the regulator said.
“Since last year, other European Union (EU) me...
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