International Experiences in Regulating Distribution Gas Pipelines: Argentina, Colombia, Peru and the European Union
Article from: OGEL 4 (2006), in Pipelines
The evolution stages of the regulation of the natural gas industry may be divided into four phases. The first is called emergent or nascent, among which countries such as Peru and Vietnam can be found, detaching an incipient infrastructure, a not very developed gas market, presenting high political risk, with a predominance of state companies (GOMES, 2005). Next are the developing markets, as are the cases of China, India and Brazil, as a consequence of the present existing infrastructure, the growing number of participants and an incipient regulation (GOMES, ...