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Reforma plinskog sektora u Republici Hrvatskoj


Pešut, Damir; Vulama, Sanja
Reforma plinskog sektora u Republici Hrvatskoj // 22nd World Gas Conference Tokyo 2003
Tokyo, 2003. (predavanje, nije recenziran, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), pregledni)


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Naslov
Reforma plinskog sektora u Republici Hrvatskoj
(Reform of the Gas sector in the Republic of Croatia)

Autori
Pešut, Damir ; Vulama, Sanja

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), pregledni

Izvornik
22nd World Gas Conference Tokyo 2003 / - Tokyo, 2003

Skup
22nd World Gas Conference Tokyo 2003

Mjesto i datum
Japan, Tokijo, 01-05.06.2003

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Nije recenziran

Ključne riječi
natural gas; gas reform; open market; regulation; tariff system

Sažetak
The Croatian government plans to reorganise, liberalise and privatise the energy sector. This reorganisation is expected to emphasise compatibility with the European Union. The beginning of the reform of the gas sector started by accepting the Law on Gas Market in the Croatia Parliament in July 2001. The Law creates conditions for market functioning and for joining the European gas market. Today, the organisation of the Croatian gas activity consists of INA, PLINACRO and distribution companies. INA is a vertically integrated oil and gas company operating in oil and gas exploration and production, refining and marketing of oil products. For the time being it is owned by the Republic of Croatia but privatisation plans are under way. Natural gas pipelines in Croatia are run by Plinacro Ltd., a 100 per cent state-owned company. The organisation structure of PLINACRO will allow for gas liberalisation in Croatia. In the Republic of Croatia there are 42 distribution companies which were organised by Communal Law and gas distribution was defined as a communal activity. The Gas Market Law defines gas supply, which includes gas import, transmission and distribution. The Law defines eligible customers, reciprocity, gas transit and supervision. The Law also defines Conditions for TPA to Gas Transport Network, the choice is Negotiated TPA, and Gas Transport is defined as Public Service Obligation while Gas Distribution becomes Market Service. The Law on Regulation of Energy Activities introduced the Energy Regulatory Council which is an independent regulatory authority, established by Croatian Parliament. The Croatian Government has accepted two sub-laws, which design the tariff system. Accepted are Tariff System for Gas Supply for Tariff Customers and the Tariff System for Gas Transmission for gas suppliers and Eligible Customers. The third sub law is being prepared and it will design the Tariff System for Gas Distribution.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski



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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Pešut, Damir; Vulama, Sanja
Reforma plinskog sektora u Republici Hrvatskoj // 22nd World Gas Conference Tokyo 2003
Tokyo, 2003. (predavanje, nije recenziran, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), pregledni)
Pešut, D. & Vulama, S. (2003) Reforma plinskog sektora u Republici Hrvatskoj. U: 22nd World Gas Conference Tokyo 2003.
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@article{article, year = {2003}, keywords = {natural gas, gas reform, open market, regulation, tariff system}, title = {Reform of the Gas sector in the Republic of Croatia}, keyword = {natural gas, gas reform, open market, regulation, tariff system}, publisherplace = {Japan, Tokijo} }




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