Access to transport infrastructure is a precondition for success in the gas market

June 19, 2019

Access to the transportation system is a precondition for the development of a competitive natural gas market in the country. The evaluation is by the Superintendent of Infrastructure and Movement of ANP, Hélio Bisaggio, who participated in this Wednesday, 19, of public hearing in the Commission of Regional Development and Tourism (CDR) of the Senate.

“Global experience shows that carrier independence is critical to the industry,” Bisaggio said, noting that the independence of gas transportation took place around 1930 in the US and in Europe between 1990 and 2010.

The Superintendent of ANP also said that the New Gas Market, which will be the agenda of the CNPE next Monday, aims to create a liquid and competitive market with transparency in the formation of prices and short-term liquidity.

“The New Gas Market brings rules of transporter independence, reserve of entry and exit capacity, transport tariffs approved by the ANP, coordination of transporters, common network codes, and transparency in the offer and contracting of services” .

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