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Development plans

European Ten Year Network Development Plan

The preparation of a European Ten Year Network Development Plan is required by Regulation (EC) No 715/2009. This plan is published every two years by the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG), and its aims are to provide consistent information about the development of European transmission systems, along with identifying potential future investment needs. The plan also offers a broader view of the development of the gas market, and includes an analysis of the security of supplies. (Available in English only.)

Gas Regional Investment Plan for Central and Eastern Europe

The Central Eastern Europe Gas Regional Investment Plan (CEE GRIP) is prepared as requirements to promote regional cooperation, which is enshrined in EU Directive 2009/73/EC, Article 7 and in REG 715/2009, Article 12. It provides a specific view emphasizing the regional gas infrastructure outlook, regional specific assessments and a basis for the identification of potential future gas infrastructure needs in the CEE region. This region is composed of ten countries, namely Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.

The CEE GRIP 2017, including its annexes, can be downloaded from ENTSOG website:

Due to the registration of a small number of persons it was decided that the workshop will not take place. The registered workshop participants have, as an alternative, the opportunity to send their possible questions or remarks by June 20, 2017. 

Czech Ten Year Network Development Plan

The Czech Ten Year Network Development Plan is prepared by the transmission system operator on a yearly basis as required in Section 58k of the Energy Act. The objective of this plan is to analyse the development of peak daily and annual consumption and the sufficiency of the Czech Republic’s entry and exit capacity. The plan outlines implemented and forthcoming investment projects which increase network capacity, and provides an analysis of the security of supplies. (Available in Czech only.)