The South-East European Gas Initiative

The South-East European Gas (SEEGAS) Initiative, launched by the Energy Community Secretariat in December 2020, is a response to stakeholders’ increasing interest to establish organized gas exchanges and improve cross-border trading.

Recognising the need for dialogue and cooperation well before the first signs of the current energy crisis, the Energy Community Secretariat launched the SEEGAS project, an initiative aiming to foster closer cooperation between gas exchanges and transmission system operators central, southern and Eastern Europe. The goals are to enable market opening, better services for traders and ultimately to benefit end-consumers through increased competition in gas trading. 

This page presents milestones, studies and discussions conducted in the context of the SEEGAS initiative. 

SEEGAS deliverables

SEEGAS milestones

key actions and achievements so far

SEEGAS reports

gas exchange, supply corridors

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2nd SEEGAS Report (09/2022)