Europe and Eurasia: Black Sea Initiative

Regional Workshop and Initiative Launch

Date: May 2010
Location: Chisinau, Moldova

With the support of US Agency for International Development, national regulators from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey and Ukraine, along with three representatives from the Organization of MISO States (OMS), participated in the successful launch of the regional initiative. Black Sea regulators discussed current national approaches in support of increased energy trading arrangements across borders and OMS representatives demonstrated the value of a transparent and well-coordinated regulatory dialogue in the areas of transmission planning and cost allocation.




At A Glance

Project Dates: 2010-Present

Primary Partners:

National Regulators from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey, and Ukraine

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