European Energy Courses and Qualifications

The European energy markets are changing continuously. European Union and the European Commission are continuously improving the European energy market releasing new laws and creating new rules. With new rules in place, new obligations come for companies and individuals, which sometimes can be difficult to understand.

It is well known that the oil and gas European energy laws has an enormous impact on all aspects of daily life. European energy laws, now more than ever, are more complex and those who are not keeping up with the new changes will leave behind them a gap, making them vulnerable.

EEU Academy offer you the possibility to understand and to keep up with the modifications in the European energy laws.

EEU | Energy Excellence with Us, has supported many gas & electricity businesses in their drive for operational-improvement and increasing efficiency. Our training courses focuses on helping the energy industry step up the pace of change in a low energy price economy and emerge leaner, better equipped and with more efficient cost base to ensure a positive and sustainable future.

Our close relationships with 39+ Governments worldwide and European Gas & Electricity Companies, as well as an extensive network of commercial stakeholders, make us the trusted partner of choice for the global energy industry.

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Regulation (EU) no. 2017/459 (CAM-NC)

establishing a network code on capacity allocation mechanisms in gas transmission systems and repealing Regulation (EU) No 984/2013

Participants at this course would need to have at least the basic understanding of Regulation (EC) No 715/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council on conditions for access to the natural gas transmission networks and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1775/2005 and in particular Article 6(11) and 7(3).

This course will reveal in detail the mechanisms on capacity allocation in gas transmission systems for the existing infrastructures and for the new ones, capacity calculation and maximisation, obligations and main responsibilities for transmission system operators (TSO’s) and for the national regulatory authorities (NRA’S).

It is well known that the objectives of CAM-NC Regulation should be achieved through the most cost-effective measures and in such a way that gas markets are not distorted.

Commission Regulation (EU) No 984/2013 establishing a network code on capacity allocation mechanism in gas transmission systems aimed to achieve the necessary degree of harmonisation across the Union. The effective implementation of that Regulation furthermore relied on the introduction of tariff systems which are consistent with the capacity allocation mechanisms proposed in this Regulation, to ensure the implementation without detrimental effect on the revenues and cash flow positions of transmission system operators.

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Intensive CAM-NC Course

The course Starts on 27 June 2018

Duration: 2 days, 27 – 28 June 2018

Registration
Participants are required to register at least 15 days before starting this course. Seats are limited to 20 participants.

EEU Academy has a continuous learning program and if you were not able to register for the existing one, please write us an email and we will register your name for the next one.

Description of working sessions
The CAM-NC course is an intensive one and is held for 2 days.

You will learn about the mechanisms on capacity allocation in gas transmission systems for the existing infrastructures and for the new ones, capacity calculation and maximisation, obligations and main responsibilities for transmission system operators (TSO’s) and for the national regulatory authorities (NRA’S).

Price and information
Price for this course is 1.090 € incl. vat.

This includes tuition, course materials, course certificate and all meals during the day.

Accommodation and travels costs are not included in the price*.

Venue
The CAM-NC course will be held in Cluj-Napoca, at a local University.

Regulation (EU) 2016/631 

establishing a network code on requirements for grid connection of generators

Participants at this course would need to have at least the basic understanding of the Regulation No 1775 from 2005, Regulation No 1099 from 2008, Regulation No 713 from 2009 (Establishing an Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators) aand Regulation No 714 from 2009 (Conditions for Access to the Network for Cross-Border Exchanges in Electricity).

This course will reveal in detail the purpose of the Network Code, rules for grid connection for power-generating modules, legal framework for grid connections and the conditions of a fair competition in the internal electricity market.

In the same time the course will treat even the obligations and main responsibilities for market participants on European wholesale energy markets, transmission system operators (TSO’s), for the national regulatory authorities (NRA’S) and Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER).

The significance of power-generating modules should be based on their size and their effect on the overall system. Synchronous machines should be classed on the machine size and include all the components of a generating facility that normally run indivisibly, such as separate alternators driven by the separate gas and steam turbines of a single combined-cycle gas turbine installation. For a facility including several such combined-cycle gas turbine installations, each should be assessed on its size, and not on the whole capacity of the facility. Non-synchronously connected power-generating units, where they are collected together to form an economic unit and where they have a single connection point should be assessed on their aggregated capacity.

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Network code on requirements for grid connection of generators Course

The course Starts on 5 September 2018

Duration: 2 days, 5 – 6 September 2018

Registration
Participants are required to register at least 15 days before starting the Network code on requirements for grid connection of generators course.

Seats are limited to 20 participants. EEU Academy has a continuous learning program and if you were not able to register for the existing one, please write us an email and we will register your name for the next one.

Description of working sessions
The Network code on requirements for grid connection of generators course is an intensive one and is held for 2 days.

The main focus on this course will be from a legal perspective and about the requirements for grid connection of power-generating
facilities, namely synchronous power-generating modules, power park modules and offshore power park modules, to the
interconnected system. At this course we will debate even the obligations for ensuring that system operators make appropriate use of the power generating facilities’ capabilities in a transparent and non-discriminatory manner to provide a level playing field throughout the European Union, NRA’s and ACER role.

Price and information
Price for this course is 1.390 € incl. vat.

This includes tuition, course materials, course certificate and all meals during the day. Accommodation and travels costs are not included in the price*.

For more than 2 participants, please contact us at info@eeueuropa.eu

Venue
The Network code on requirements for grid connection of generators course will be held in Cluj-Napoca, at a local University.

Market manipulation (which constitute market abuse) on energy markets

Regulation (EU) No. 1227/2011 (REMIT) on wholesale energy market integrity and transparency and  Regulation (EU) No. 1348/2014 on data reporting implementing Article 8(2) and Article 8(6) of Regulation (EU) No 1227/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council on wholesale energy market integrity and transparency 

Participants at this course would need to have at least the basic understanding of Regulation (EC) No 715/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council on conditions for access to the natural gas transmission networks and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1775/2005 and in particular Article 6(11) and 7(3).

This course will reveal in detail the purpose of REMIT, obligations and main responsibilities for PPAT’s (individuals), market participants on European wholesale energy markets, transmission system operators (TSO’s), for the national regulatory authorities (NRA’S) and Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER).

It is well known that ACER was established based on Regulation (EC) No 713/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 July 2009. The Regulation (EC) No 713/2009 describes the establishment and legal status, tasks, organisation and financial provisions regarding ACER. For the implementation of REMIT, ACER provide support to market participants and constantly updates a series of documents, among which we specify the following ones:

  • ACER Guidance’s;

  • MOP (Manual of Procedures on transaction and fundamental data reporting);

  • TRUM (Transaction Reporting User Manual);

  • RRM (Requirements for the registration of Registered Reporting Mechanisms);

  • Q&A, FAQ, REMIT Quarterly reports;

  • Lists of standard contracts (contracts admitted to trading at organised market places);

  • Lists of Organized Market Places;

  • PPAT term and others.

In the monitoring of European energy market, REMIT and its implementing act represent the tool for the EU to achieve its economic and social goals and to have a better control on energy prices.

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Market Manipulation Course

Next session course will start on July 2018

Date will be available soon

Registration is closed

Participants are required to register at least 15 days before starting the Market manipulation on energy markets course.

Seats are limited to 20 participants.

EEU Academy has a continuous learning program and if you were not able to register for the existing one, please write us an email and we will register your name for the next one.

According to REMIT, a market participant means any person, including transmission system operators, who enters into transactions, including the placing of orders to trade, in one or more wholesale energy markets.

Starting from the above cited definition we understand that REMIT has a wide scope of application and the European energy market entered in a new phase of its evolution. The goal of EU, to have fair prices on energy, and the results of this goal are expected by every citizen of European Union, taking into account that we have REMIT Regulation in force and that the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators is responsible for monitoring and collecting the data from the wholesale energy markets.

Description of working sessions

The Market manipulation (which constitute market abuse) on energy markets course is an intensive one and is held for 2 days.

You will learn about the market manipulation (market abuse), monitoring activity of ACER and NRA's, which includes the monitoring of wholesale energy prices, fundamental data, nomination and allocation of capacity.

At this course you will learn about the conditions which REMIT introduces a legal framework for identifying and penalising insider trading and market manipulation in wholesale energy markets across Europe.

Price and information

Price for this course is 1.290 € incl. vat.

This includes tuition, course materials, course certificate and all meals during the day.

Accommodation and travels costs are not included in the price*.

Venue

The CAM-NC course will be held in Cluj-Napoca, at a local University.

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What are the challenges and best practices in energy (electricity and gas) laws in Europe?

European laws are evolving continuously and businesses needs to keep up with the new changes if they want to grow and develop even more. Our advanced energy (electricity and gas) courses answers these questions and many others and reveal useful information.

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