Single gas market and energy security in the Visegrad states: models, challenges, perspectives
The main objective of the project is to investigate the opportunities and perspectives affecting cooperation between Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary in the gas market. A key part of the undertaking is a survey conducted among the energy experts and managers of energy companies from the V4 countries.
The research focuses on the Energy Union Strategy and EU security of supply regulation in the V4, infrastructure bottlenecks and potential infrastructure projects in the Visegrad region, and the current geopolitical and regional challenges to the V4 gas supply security.
This project is supported by the International Visegrad Fund.
SFPA take part in this international project “Single gas market and energy security in the Visegrad states: models, challenges, perspectives,” together with National Centre for Strategic Studies (Poland), Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary) and KNO Czech (Czech).
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