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ANALYSIS OF GAS TRANSPORTATION AS A NATURAL MONOPOLY

Abstrakt:

The transport of gas through the territory of the Slovak Republic is ensured by he only one transport company, which is a natural monopoly due to the small area where two or more transport companies can not exist, and the second reason is the high costs that would be needed to build a new transport network. Entry of new competitors to the transport market of gas can not be expected, because the Slovak gas market is very limited, and an increase of consumption of natural gas cannot be expected in the future. The entry of a new operator into the gas transportation market can not be expected because the Slovak gas market is very limited, and the increase of the consumption in Europe is affected by economic factors such as gas prices, political factors, tax incentives and subsidy policy that seek to influence Europe's energy mix. In the future, Eustream's performance may be affected by many factors, either negative or positive. One of these factors is Russia's political interest to avoid Ukraine, which could have a negative impact on the amount of gas transported across Slovakia and thus on Eustream's revenues.

Autor: Alena BAŠOVÁ

Vydanie: 2017/3     Strany: 6-12     Klasifikácia JEL: F59, Q37, Q48

Kľúčové slová: gas transport, natural monopoly, economic profit, cost of transport, regulation

Sekcia: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND POLITICS

Kontakty:
Ing. Alena Bašová, PhD
Dept. of Finance
Faculty of National Economy,
University of Economics in Bratislava
Dolnozemská cesta 1
852 35 Bratislava
e-mail: alenkabaso@gmail.com


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