“Georgia is there to introduce principles of EU energy sector and regulatory norms. For many people it is clear that the path to the establishment of your more effective and transparent natural gas market is demanding. Together with other partners in development, the european countries still is ready to offer the government and transform the present challenge being an excellent chance for economic development and have better service each resident,” said Janos Herman.
Georgia is launching gas reform and trying to approach EU standards. Georgia has committed to a two-year obligation to receive even closer the EU legislation within the natural gas sector. The creation of the EU’s third energy package will restructure natural gas sector and open it up up to competition, in addition to provide significant benefits for consumers. Considering that the whole process of transition on the new type the industry necessitates effective and active involvement of sector participants, organizing higher level political discussions along the way is of particular importance.
Details from the reforms were discussed on the meeting of the EU4Energy Governance Project (EU for Energy Management) implemented by way of the Energy Union Secretariat.