With the liberalisation of the European gas markets, the operation of natural gas infrastructures (lng and storage installations) and networks (transmission and distribution) are separated activities, regulated by national authorities.
Similarly, other States (in Africa, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Gulf countries...) are also implementing reforms to liberalise their gas sectors on the European model.
Zelya Energy plays an important advisory role for gas network operators, network and infrastructure users, and energy regulators, particularly assisting them to:
Examples of interventions
Comparative evaluation of profitability and investment remuneration in gas networks, storage and LNG facilities ;
Setting rules and rates for network and storage access capacity usage ;
Economic and financial valuation of transport, storage network operators, etc. ;
Assistance in establishing a midstream gas industry ;
Assistance in digitising gas operations and flows ;
And customised advice.