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Markou, Fotini
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2020-05-22T13:27:26Z
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2020-05-23T00:00:38Z
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2020-05-22
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/29463
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Liquefied natural gas
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Floating storage regasification terminals
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Exemption Regime for new gas infrastructures under European & National law - The case of Alexandroupolis Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) – An Energy Gateway to Europe
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masterThesis
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LEGAL ISSUES
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markou.f
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies, MSc in Energy Law, Business, Regulation and Policy
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2019-02-12
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This dissertation was written as part of the MSc in Energy Law, Business, Regulation and Policy at the International Hellenic University. The global energy mix is shifting and a new product, Liquefied Natural Gas, promises to change the business of global energy trading. Due to overwhelming dependency on imports, the European Union sets the diversification goal at a high level on the energy policy agenda and LNG becomes a strategic priority, attempting to reform its energy market. Nevertheless, the lack of the proper infrastructure especially to Southeast Europe sets a burden for the integration of the EU energy market. New energy technologies such as FSRU emerge as more advantageous solutions than onshore LNG Terminals for the import of LNG, aspiring to achieve the objective of security of supply as well as a sustainable, resilient and competitive gas market. This thesis is an attempt to elucidate at first the regulatory framework that surrounds this brand new infrastructure, as regards both its legal nature under international and national law, and also the access regime to this, in accordance to the European and national Law too. A clarification of the main points of the prevailing access regime according to EU law and particularly the way these rules have been implemented is examined. Towards a more integrated approach, Commission’s exemption decisions which constitute the benchmark of the exemption procedure are mentioned in detail. FSRU and the existing regulatory framework promises to offer an opportunity to SE countries to overcome the obstacles, to develop the proper infrastructure and to take an active role in the energy map. In this context the Alexandroupolis FSRU constitutes a project of paramount importance as far as EU’s and particularly Greece’s energy security is concerned. This dissertation concludes by pointing out the importance of the project, which will help Greece to exploit its potentials in order to play a leading role in the Europe’s energy chessboard.
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Panagos C., Theodore
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Panagos, Theodore C.
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Kaisis, Athanasios
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Janini, Eugenia
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IHU
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ihu
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Alexandroupolis
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