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Consultancy services to develop and implement Cabo Verde’s energy information management system (LuxDev)

The main objective of the project is the design and development of an Energy Information Management System (EIMS) for Cabo Verde. The EIMS is intended to provide data to support evidence-based policy formulation and decision making to accomplish the goals of the National Program for Sustainable Energy. The EIMS will also act as a catalyst for improvements in productivity, efficiency and communication between the country’s energy sector stakeholders.
Cabo Verde

Framework service contract for legal, economic and technical assistance in the fields of energy, mobility and transport – Lot 3 (DG-Energy)

VIS is leading a consortium comprising 8 companies (VIS, NTUA, KOMIS, d'Appolonia, MWH, decon, CENER, LEI) that is participating in the EC Framework Contract that is providing technical assistance in the field of energy, across the EU-28 Member States.
EU-28

Study on the identification of barriers preventing prosumers being active in energy markets across the EU – (ACER)

VIS, together with Grant Thornton, have been commissioned by ACER to analyze regulatory barriers towards an ever-increasing prosumerism landscape in the European Union. Analysis of current regulatory barriers to the proliferation of prosumerism is made and respective recommendations addressing those regulatory barriers are drafted.
EU-27

Regulatory Technical Services for the Natural Gas Sector for the Public Services Regulatory Commission (PSRC) of the Republic of Armenia (NARUC/USAID)

VIS has been commissioned by NARUC, with USAID funding, to provide technical assistance to the Public Services Regulatory Commission (PSRC) of the Republic of Armenia on elements of the gas market development. The assignment focuses on preparing a methodology and code for calculation of technical losses, on setting the reporting requirements of gas stakeholders, and on developing a joint gas and electricity demand forecasting tool. The forecasting tool, developed together with E3 Modelling, is tailored to the characteristics of the Armenian energy market, to be used by PSRC in coordination with the key energy stakeholders of Armenia to formulate annual and peak demand projections up to 2030. Capacity building is provided to PSRC on technical losses calculation, reporting and market monitoring, and training of the use of the forecasting tool.

Regulatory Technical Services for the Natural Gas Sector for the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) of the Republic of North Macedonia (NARUC/USAID)

VIS has been commissioned by NARUC (assignment funded by USAID) to support the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) of the Republic of North Macedonia with the development of key elements of the natural gas transmission grid code, focusing on capacity allocation, congestion management and balancing. The assignment includes update of existing rules for capacity allocation and congestion management, the development of balancing rules and methodologies, provision of capacity building to gas stakeholders of the North Macedonian market, and formulation of an action plan that operationalizes key network code elements.
North Macedonia

Legal and Regulatory Technical Services for Development of Primary and Secondary Energy Legislation (NARUC/USAID)

VIS has been commissioned by NARUC, with USAID funding, to provide technical assistance to the stakeholders of the Europe & Eurasia countries, for developing primary and secondary legislation to comply with the requirements of the EU 3rd Energy Package and the Clean Energy Package. The contract covers a wide range of topics, including inter alia electricity and gas market development, de-carbonization, renewable energy integration, energy efficiency and demand response, grid modernization, cybersecurity, digitalization, net metering and prosumers, balancing and ancillary services, and energy storage.
Europe & Eurasia

Technical Assistance to Develop Network Code on Gas Balancing of Transmission Networks for the National Agency of Energy Regulation of the Republic of Moldova (NARUC/USAID)

VIS has been commissioned by NARUC, with USAID funding, to provide technical assistance to National Agency of Energy Regulation of the Republic of Moldova (ANRE) for the development of gas transmission rules for balancing. The assignment focuses on developing methodologies and providing relevant capacity building to stakeholders for estimating gas balancing charges, neutrality charges and a model balancing agreement, in line with the requirements of the EC Balancing Code and the context of the Moldovan gas sector. An action plan, operationalizing key gas network code elements is also being developed.
Moldova

Cost Benefit Analysis on major energy sector infrastructure projects in Egypt

The scope of the project is to conduct a thorough cost benefit analysis on each major energy efficiency retrofit project on a natural gas upstream platform, a natural gas processing plant, a petrochemicals plant and a refinery respectively. For each of the four structures, significant investments on the machinery of the plants takes place in order each site to reduce its energy intensity and emissions footprint. The consultant is provided with the baseline information prior to any interventions as well as the expected reduction in energy consumption post interventions in order to estimate the potential positive externalities. The estimation is made via a development of a bespoke model by the consultant where environmental and social benefits are estimated and their value is monetized. 
Egypt

Cost of Service and Tariff Study of The Electricity and Gas Sector in Tunisia

VIS in partnership with MRC is implementing the World Bank assignment "Cost of Service and Tariff Study of The Electricity and Gas Sector in Tunisia". The aim of the assignment is to accurately understand the costs levels across the value chain of the energy sector, assess the subsidies levels, and take decisions on a future tariff structure that maintains the viability of the energy sector, especially those of the STEG (Tunisian Company of Electricity and Gas), safeguards the financials of the Government and simultaneously remains affordable for the power purchase of the Tunisian customers.
Tunisia

Development of a Primer on the Impact of Electricity Tariff Reforms on Infrastructure Investment and Economic Development

VIS has been commissioned by NARUC (assignment funded by USAID) to develop a Primer on the Impact of Electricity Tariff Reforms on Infrastructure Investment and Economic Development. The primer will review and present the principle of cost reflectivity in electricity tariffs and in particular how the lack of cost reflective tariffs distorts the economic signals with respect to resources allocation (eg. energy intensive industries restraining from investing into more productive and energy efficient methods) and investments.
USA

Study (2020/21) on the yearly monitoring of congestion at interconnection points of gas Transmission System Operators (ACER)

VIS is supporting ACER with the development of the 8th edition of the Congestion Report for gas transmission interconnection points. VIS performs collection, validation and analysis of data concerning the marketing of capacity at the interconnection points of all EU TSOs.
EU-27

Support to RAE for the development of a framework for appraising gas distribution development plans

VIS is providing support to the Greek Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE) for the development of a framework to appraise investments included in the 5-year network development plans submitted by the Greek gas distribution system operators. The assignment includes development of a template for the submission of the NDPs, the methodology for appraising the constituent investment projects and the process for monitoring the NDPs’ implementation.
Greece

Project Preparation and Tender of a New Natural Gas Distribution System – Lead Consultant

VIS participates in a consortium led by Grant Thornton, providing support to the Government of North Macedonia in a tender for a strategic investor that will develop the new gas distribution system in the country. The project includes inter alia, analysis of the gas distribution systems’ development, structuring of the PPP and support to the Government throughout the competitive dialogue process and negotiations with investors.
North Macedonia

Energy consumption research project

VIS is participating, along with Public Power Corporation of Greece (PPC) and DRAXIS, in a consortium led by INTRACOM TELECOM, an Athens-based global telecommunication systems and solutions vendor, in the framework of a sophisticated research program aiming to apply statistical and machine learning techniques on large energy consumption datasets, collected and managed by an end-to-end IoT environment. This way, electricity suppliers will gain better insights into their customers’ energy consumption patterns and will be able to provide more detailed and accurate advice to their customers on how to reduce their energy consumption. This research project is Co‐financed by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union and Greek national funds through the Operational Program Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, under the call RESEARCH– CREATE - INNOVATE (project code: Τ2ΕΔΚ-04565)
Greece

Survey on EU experience and practices on natural gas supply to households (USAID/Tetra Tech-Mercados ESP Ukraine programme)

The aim of the assignment is to provide information on specific aspects related to the supply of natural gas to households in gas retail markets of a number of selected EU countries, so as to assist the ESP Project in identifying practices and reform areas applicable to the Ukrainian gas sector context. The survey focuses on how the retail gas market evolved, the rights and obligations of suppliers and consumers for switching, the settlement of imbalances and the role of the supplier of last resort.
Ukraine

Power Central Asia (PCA) – (USAID)

VIS is a subcontractor to Tetra Tech supporting the implementation of a 5-year USAID program Power Central Asia (PCA). The program will support energy sector development and regional cooperation with respect to energy in 5 central Asian countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan). The program focuses on markets development, increasing renewable energy penetration and regional cooperation.
Central Asia

Analysis of DSO network modernization investments (USAID/Tetra Tech-Mercados ESP Ukraine program)

This is a pilot project involving advisory services to a gas distribution company in Southern Ukraine for the identification and financial/economic evaluation of investments (decommissioning, replacement, rehabilitation, expansion projects) necessary for the optimization and development of its network. The project includes analysis of the DSO’s asset register and development plans, conducting a gas leakage verification survey, and assessment of the drivers of technological gas changes. The project aims to propose additions in the DSO’s network development plan, to enhance its effectiveness and bankability.
Ukraine

Market Due Diligence for DEPA Commercial

The Greek State launched a tender process for the sale of DEPA supply (publicly owned incumbent natural gas supplier of Greece). VIS is supporting a shortlisted investor to perform the necessary market due diligence of DEPA Supply. The support focuses on market analysis and assessment as well as the potential going forward outlook and growth prospects.
Greece

Regulatory and Market Due Diligence for DEPA Infrastructure

In mid-2020 the Greek State launched a tender process for the sale of publicly owned gas distribution networks (DEPA Infrastructure). VIS, is taking part in the performance of regulatory and market due diligence of DEPA Infrastructure, on behalf of one of the shortlisted investors. The support includes analysis of the Greek regulatory framework and gas market, assessment of the gas distribution development plans, overview of growth prospects of gas distribution in Greece.
Greece

Technical Assistance on Development of Content for a Guide (Primer) on Depreciation (NARUC)

VIS has been commissioned by NARUC to develop a Primer on the treatment of depreciation in the context of regulatory tariff setting. The primer will review and present different methods of estimating depreciation of utilities’ assets as well as of allocating, in a systematic manner, the value of a depreciable asset over its life. A Case Study of selected Sub-Saharan countries will be conducted, on how alternative methodological approaches concerning regulatory treatment of depreciation can be evaluated and applied in practice.
USA

Support major electricity infrastructure project with its PCI application process

VIS has been commissioned to support a major renewable energy investor towards their effort to include a major electricity infrastructure project in the 5th PCI list.
Greece

Development Long Term Electricity Forecasting Tool for Kosovo (NARUC/USAID)

VIS was commissioned by NARUC to provide technical assistance and support to the Energy Regulatory Office of Kosovo (ERO) to develop a long-term electricity demand forecasting tool, together with E3 Modelling. The forecasting tool is tailored to the characteristics of the Kosovo energy market, to be used by ERO in coordination with the key energy stakeholders of Kosovo to formulate annual and peak demand projections up to 2030.
Kosovo

Development Long Term Natural Gas Demand Forecasting Tool for Georgia (NARUC/USAID)

VIS was commissioned by NARUC to provide technical assistance and support to the Georgian Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC) to develop a long-term natural gas demand forecasting tool, together with E3 Modelling. The forecasting tool is tailored to the characteristics of the Georgian energy market, to be used by GNERC in coordination with the Georgian gas sector’s key stakeholders to formulate annual gas demand projections up to 2030.
Georgia

Improving Investment Planning Through the Implementation and Enforcement of Quality of Service Standards (NARUC/USAID)

VIS has been commissioned by the National Association of (US) Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) to assist E&E energy regulators (Albania, Armenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Ukraine) in collaborating with their electricity distribution utilities to develop a common framework for monitoring quality of service performance and setting associated standards.
Europe & Eurasia

Study on the conditionalities stipulated in contracts for standard capacity products for firm capacity sold by gas Transmission System Operators (ACER)

The aim of the Study is to stocktake and analyse the offering and use of conditional firm capacity products and services, provided by EU TSOs at gas transmission interconnection points. The Study also analysed situations such as, but not limited to, transit pipelines within the EU that de facto may create conditionalities.
EU-28

Study on the yearly monitoring of congestion at interconnection points of gas Transmission System Operators (ACER)

VIS is supporting ACER with the development of the 7th edition of the Congestion Report for gas transmission interconnection points. VIS performs collection, validation and analysis of data concerning the marketing of capacity at the interconnection points of all EU TSOs.
EU-28

Technical Assistance for Ukraine to Evaluate Investments in Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Old and Malfunctioning Gas Distribution Pipelines and Associated Infrastructures

The main objective of the assignment is to formulate a methodological approach for Ukraine that improves and enhances the approach currently used, and also describes the analysis that could be applied in the future following changes in the regulatory and legal framework. The support included training in project financial and cost-benefit analysis using case studies of gas distribution infrastructure replacement projects
Ukraine

Regulatory review, assessment and monitoring of oil pipeline development plans

The main objective of the assignment is to draft a comprehensive guide for AERS (Serbian Regulator) to assist the process of reviewing, assessing and monitoring of oil pipeline development plans submitted by sector players. VIS first mapped the landscape and framework transcending the current Serbian oil transmission infrastructure development plans as well as the respective EU practices. Then we developed a detailed breakdown of the different steps to be followed by AERS, including the review of the financial and economic analysis required for such infrastructure, in order to approve or not the infrastructure development plan and advise on its potential socioeconomic benefits / costs.
Serbia

Socioeconomic Cost-Benefit Analysis for Green & Blue Infrastructure

The main objective of the assignment is to analyze the socioeconomic context of areas in which Green & Blue investments will be made and assess the potential benefits from those interventions. VIS will identify the functions served by the proposed G&B investments and will use quantitative methods to assess and measure the potential socioeconomic benefits.
Greece

Technical expertise to assess the prospects of LNG markets in the Eastern Partnership countries (Stantec/EuropeAid)

VIS has been commissioned by Stantec to support a study in assessing and developing the potential of LNG in Eastern Parnership (EaP) countries. The objectives of this study are to: i) assess the current gas market structure and LNG prospects in each EaP country, ii) define the objectives and draft recommendations on the potential of LNG for each country and the EaP as a whole, iii) identify necessary actions for future regional cooperation between EaP countries, iv) promote EU’s principles concerning the functioning of gas markets and its approach to LNG.
Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries

A detailed market study on Electricity & Water infrastructure developments costing framework & methodology including a review of connection charges (Tetra Tech/ADDC)

VIS has been contracted by Tetra Tech to support a study for ADDC (Abu Dhabi Distribution Company) in two main areas. First, by bringing international practices in relation to distribution network infrastructure development models. Second, by benchmarking, in multiple dimensions, the local connection arrangement practices for electricity & water to practices from distribution utilities from Europe and Asia.
UAE

Technical Assistance to the Kenya Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) to develop an open access market framework and rule (NARUC/USAID)

The project’s objective is to support ERC towards the development of an open access market framework by drafting an Open Access Market Rule and Framework specific to the Kenyan context, to further the development of competition in Kenya’s electricity sector. The Open Access Framework will outline key components, well as principles, rules, and mechanisms for operating in an open access system. The Draft Rule will serve as the main regulatory tool for establishing an open access framework and will provide clear guidelines on the rights and responsibilities of all parties, including the tariff determination process, reporting requirements, enforcement measures, and mechanisms for dispute resolution.
Kenya

Capacity & skills gap analysis for Ghana’s Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) and Energy Commission (EC) (NARUC/MCC)

VIS has been awarded a short TA by NARUC to execute a gap analysis of the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority of Ghana (PURC) and the Energy Commission of Ghana (EC). The overarching objective, which is partly served by VIS' assignment, is to enhance the capacity of both the PURC and EC based on a skills gap analysis and needs assessment, focusing on regulatory strengthening at the commissioner and key staff levels. The project required extensive on-site information gathering and quantitative data collection prior to the analysis and subsequent assessment of existing capacities & skills and the way forward.
Ghana

Αnalysis of Poseidon Pipeline economic impact (IGI Poseidon)

Provision of services to IGI Poseidon for the analysis of Poseidon Pipeline’s economic impact, highlighting the differences under different regulatory regimes and commercial arrangements. The results of the analysis will be used by IGI Poseidon in interactions with the regulatory authorities and other stakeholders.
Greece

Athens resilient city: climate mitigation (EQO-NIXUS/EIB)

VIS is the lead implementor of Athens Resilient City: Climate Mitigation project, part of the EIB advisory services (EIBAS) activities Framework agreement for EU-28. VIS as the lead subcontractor of EQO-NIXUS provides technical assistance to the Municipality of Athens to improve Energy Efficiency (EE) and climate resilience to public buildings, in line with the objectives of the Athens Municipality Integrated Territorial Investment Plan (ITI), the Resilience Strategy and the Urban Agenda for the EU.
Greece

Assessment of IFC distribution investments in Moldova, Georgia, and Uganda (IFC)

IFC study to support the organization in evaluating its investments in the electricity distribution sector and their potential microeconomic (utility level) and macroeconomic (nationwide GDP, employment, and GHG emissions) impact.
Moldova, Georgia, and Uganda

Provision of legal and economic assistance in the field of energy regulation to the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators – Lot 2 (ACER)

VIS in consortium with GT Greece, GT Czech Republic and REF-E has been selected in Lot 2 of the ACER Framework Contract for the provision of technical assistance on economic matters in the areas of electricity and gas regulation.
EU-28

Technical assistance to the administration for reserves of energy-generating products concerning the optimal management of mandatory oil stocks (EC/ Republic of Serbia)

VIS along with Ramboll and Asprofos has been awarded this EuropeAid project to support the Republic of Serbia to comply with EU Acquis in relation to the establishment and optimal management of an emergency stockholding system for reserves of oil and/ or oil derivatives (Directive 2009/119/EC).
Serbia

Natural gas market design and transmission grid codes in South-Eastern Europe (NARUC/USAID)

VIS was commissioned by NARUC to provide capacity building to Regulators of Energy Community countries (Albania, BiH, FYRoM, Kosovo, Serbia, Ukraine, Moldova) in a 3-day workshop, regarding development of gas transmission grid codes in line with requirements of the 3rd Energy Package and the EU Gas Network Codes.
South-Eastern Europe

Cost-benefit analysis for Alexandroupolis Independent Natural Gas System (INGS) (Gastrade)

VIS was commissioned by Gastrade to carry out a detailed Cost – Benefit Analysis (CBA) for the Alexandroupolis Floating Storage & Regasification Unit (FSRU), and provide support to the company in its application for financing under the EU - Greece Partnership Agreement 2014-2020 and on its application for obtaining State Aid clearance from EC DG Competition.
Greece

Preparation of Project Specific-Cost Benefit Analysis (PS-CBA) and application to Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) (IGI Poseidon)

VIS provided support to IGI Poseidon on two tasks: the preparation of a PS-CBA for the EastMed (Cyprus – Greece Interconnection) and the Poseidon (Greece – Italy Interconnection) gas pipeline projects, in line with the ENTSOG CBA methodology, for their inclusion in the 3rd Union-wide PCI list; preparation of application for grant for studies to the EC CEF funding mechanism, for the EastMed gas pipeline.
Greece

Regulatory guide to reviewing, approving and monitoring electricity distribution network development plans (NARUC/USAID)

VIS was commissioned by NARUC to provide technical assistance to the Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC) for the development of economic appraisal methodologies for electricity distribution projects, with particular application to appraisal and monitoring of 5 year electricity distribution network development Plans.
Georgia

Technical assistance with the development of Georgia’s gas transmission grid code (NARUC/USAID)

VIS was commissioned by NARUC to provide technical assistance to the Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC) for the development of the Gas Transmission Code. The project includes drafting support and on-site assistance for developing the gas delivery/ withdrawal, quantity allocation and balancing chapters of the grid code.
Georgia

Regulatory guide to reviewing, approving and monitoring electricity transmission network development plans (NARUC/USAID)

The National Association of US Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), commissioned VIS to provide technical assistance to Southeast Europe (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, FYROM, Montenegro, and Serbia) regulatory agencies for reviewing, approving and monitoring electricity transmission network development plans.
South-Eastern Europe

Transactional support for the development of a 30MW wind farm (PPCR)

VIS participates in the advisory team supporting PPC Renewables (PPCR) throughout the full tendering cycle for the selection of a strategic investor that will develop a 30MW wind farm in Karditsa, Greece. VIS is supporting PPCR in the project's financial valuation, drafting of tendering documents and selection of preferred investor.
Greece

Gas transmission grid code harmonization & investment planning economic appraisal methodology (NARUC/USAID)

The National Association of US Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), commissioned VIS to provide technical assistance to regulatory agencies of Western Balkan (Albania, BiH, FYR Macedonia, Kosovo, Serbia) and Black Sea (Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine) countries. Support is provided for the formulation of economic appraisal methodologies of gas transmission infrastructure projects and for alignment of grid codes with the EC Third Energy Package.
Western Balkan and Black Sea countries

Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) benchmarking study (Tetra Tech/Millenium Challenge Account)

VIS participated in this study commissioned by the Millennium Challenge Corporation concerning corporate governance practices in Malawi's vertically integrated electricity utility (ESCOM). VIS carried out corporate governance benchmarking analysis and provided recommendations and capacity building to ESCOM on how to improve its corporate governance practices.
Malawi

Gas infrastructure investment screening framework (World Bank)

VIS participated in this World Bank assignment which supported Srbijagas, the integrated gas company of Serbia, to develop a new investment appraisal methodology and to formulate a revised investment plan for 2017-2021. The work included economic audit of Srbijagas' existing investment programme, and proposals for improvements in the investment planning, approval and monitoring systems of the company.
Serbia

Outline and technical review of the natural gas transmission grid code in Georgia (NARUC/USAID)

The US National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) with funding from USAID, commissioned VIS to support the National Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (GNERC) of the Republic of Georgia, to draft an outline gas transmission grid code based on EU Acquis and best practices.
Georgia

Assessment of the impact of IFC investments in the development of oil and gas sector of Ghana (World Bank/IFC)

VIS participated in this study commissioned by World Bank/IFC which estimated the effects from an increase in the supply of gas to the electricity sector in Ghana, in terms of jobs and GDP growth, and carried out a complete value chain analysis of the Ghanean oil and gas sector.
Ghana

Cost-benefit analysis for phase 1 of the Midcat gas pipeline project (STEP) consistent with ENTSOG methodology (DG-Energy)

VIS participated in the team that carried out a Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) for the STEP project, involving a new interconnection point between Spain and France, on behalf of DG-Energy and the High Level Group for SW Europe on interconnections. The CBA was prepared in line with the ESW-CBA methodology developed by ENTSOG.
South-Western Europe

Development of MIS model for operational and financial monitoring of the alternative fuels business of an international cement company (Titan Cement Company)

A major international cement company commissioned VIS to develop an MIS model to support operational decisions on the use of alternative fuels (biomass, DSS, SRF, Tires etc.) in cement production in Egypt, based on operational and financial parameters.
Egypt

Electricity utilities financial management and governance (PwC/World Bank)

VIS supported PwC Egypt, on governance, organisational improvement and institutional capacity building tasks, in this major World Bank funded project in Egypt, involving financial management and governance advisory services to the Egyptian Electricity Company EEHC and all its subsidiaries.
Egypt

Evaluation of the impact of PCIs implementation (DG-Energy)

VIS experts led this key study commissioned by DG-Energy for the evaluation of the expected benefits of electricity and gas PCIs, included in the 2nd Union-wide list, on the energy supply chains of EU Member States and their contribution to meeting EC policy objectives of electricity interconnectivity and gas supply diversification.
EU-28

Study for improving Ukrainian gas distribution system tariff framework (AF Mercados / Expert Council on the Gas Market in Ukraine)

VIS implemented a study, commissioned by gas sector stakeholders in Ukraine, involving a review and comparison of current and planned gas distribution tariff methodologies in Ukraine with those in EU, and a comparative analysis of the operational and financial efficiency of Ukrainian distribution companies with EU DSOs.
Ukraine

Study on economic costs of natural gas for Myanmar domestic market (e.Gen/World Bank)

VIS was responsible for the core activities of this key World Bank study in Myanmar, the first of its kind in the country, that estimated long run economic costs for the whole gas market supply chain, including indigenous production, LNG and transportation, up to all major domestic market customer offtake points.
Myanmar

Unbundling of gas distribution and supply businesses (EPA Attiki)

VIS participated in the advisory team supporting the largest gas distribution and retail supply company in Greece (EPA Attiki) in developing its strategy, unbundled operational processes and implementation action plans for the full unbundling of its gas supply and distribution businesses, in line with the requirements of the Greek regulatory framework and EU practices.
Greece

Financial screening of projects in the framework of the Central and South-Eastern European Gas Connectivity (CESEC) initiative (DG-Energy)

VIS is participating in this strategic project for DG-Energy, involving analysis of the financial and economic parameters of 9 priority gas infrastructure projects (transmission and LNG terminals) of the CESEC initiative, with the objective of facilitating the assessment of projects' bankability by IFIs, commercial banks and investors.
Central and South-Eastern Europe

Development of network operation code for gas distribution (DEPA, EPA Attiki, EPA Thessaloniki and EPA Thessaly)

VIS supported the development of a common gas distribution network code for the gas distribution companies in Greece (DEPA S.A., EPA Attiki S.A., EPA Thessaloniki S.A. and EPA Thessaly S.A.) in line with the requirements of the Greek gas legislation, Greek Energy Regulator and the 3rd EU Energy Package provisions.
Greece