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Overview In February 2011, the Chancery Division of the UK High Court (the «Court») struck out various competition law related claims put forward by Humber Oil Terminal Trustee Limited («HOTT», the claimant) to resist Associated British Ports’ («ABP», the defendant) attempts to end HOTT‘s business (...)On , the Commission initiated proceedings against Gaz de France for possible infringement of Articles 81 and 82 EC.
According to the Commission’s statement, its investigation concerns the possible foreclosure of downstream supply markets for natural gas in France through long-term (...)"The territorial restrictions case in the gas sector: a state of play"* 1.
Introduction On 6 October 2003, the Commission services announced the closure of their investigation into the supply relationship between Russian gas producer Gazprom and Italian wholesaler ENI.
Just as other cases (...)"The territorial restrictions case in the gas sector: a state of play"* 1.
(...)Abuse proceedings initiated against electricity* The Bundeskartellamt has initiated a formal investigation against Bewag AG, Berlin (Bewag), belonging to the Swedish Vattenfall group, on suspicion of the company abusing its dominant position as an electricity network operator.
Bewag is (...) The German Competition Authority initiates proceedings against 22 electricity network operators on suspicion of excessive pricing for network use and impeding other electricity providers to enter the market Investigation of 22 network operators on account of excessive fees for network use* The Bundeskartellamt has initiated investigatory proceedings against 22 electricity network operators on suspicion of their charging abusively excessive fees for network use and of impeding other electricity (...)Commission Clears Acquisition of German and Dutch Gas Supply and Storage Joint Ventures by Gazprom* Applying the EU Merger Regulation, the European Commission has cleared a proposed acquisition of (i) joint control over WINZ and Wintershall Services of the Netherlands and (ii) sole control (...)On 19 July 2011 the Croatian Competition Authority (AZTN) refused to revise its conditional clearance of MOL/INA concentration whereby the Hungarian petroleum company acquired the controlling interest in the Croatia’s national petroleum company.
(...)Second market inquiry focuses on energy sector (LPG)* “Highly regulated” liquefied petroleum gas at center of second sectoral Commission inquiry According to the South African Competition Commission, the agency has issued “Terms of Reference for the market inquiry into the Liquefied Petroleum (...)Federal Court declares anticompetitive conduct by Cement Australia* The Federal Court in Brisbane has made declarations in the ACCC v Cement Australia Pty Ltd & Ors matter, finding numerous contraventions of section 45 of the then Trade Practices Act 1974, now the Competition and Consumer (...)Reform of the Act against Restraints of Competition (GWB): Federal Cartel Office to Loose Price Control of Public Law Utility Fees* The Mediation Committee of the Bundestag and the Bundesrat today reached a compromise on the long-awaited 8th reform of the German Act against Restraints of (...)I.
Overview In February 2011, the Chancery Division of the UK High Court (the «Court») struck out various competition law related claims put forward by Humber Oil Terminal Trustee Limited («HOTT», the claimant) to resist Associated British Ports’ («ABP», the defendant) attempts to end HOTT‘s business (...)I.
Introduction The Commission’s commitment decisions of December 2009 and May 2010 in the GDFand E.
The town (...) A Slovak Regional Court confirms the NCA decision holding as abusive a request of the gas transmission network operator to obtain ownership of the interconnection system build by a gas distribution company (The rationale and argumentats adopted by the Slovak Antimonopoly Office (the "SVK AMO") in a case attracting attention of Slovak competition lawyers that concerned a dominant position has been recently upheld by a judgment.
Factual background On 30 June 2010 the Regional Court in Bratislava (...)On 3 June 2010 the Bulgarian Competition Authority (CPC) established that electricity supplier EVN Bulgaria Elektrorazpredelenie AD (EVN) committed an infringement of the national equivalent of Article 102(2)(d) TFEU.
The commitments were offered by RWE to address the (...)On 6 March 2009, the Commission sent a Statement of Objections to the Italian ENI group, setting out its preliminary view that the management and operation of natural gas pipelines by ENI may constitute one or more abuses.
In particular, the Commission alleges that ENI, the largest producer, (...)On 10 October 2008, the Council of the Slovak Antimonopoly Office imposed a fine of 98.9 million SKK (approximately € 3.3 million) on eustream for an abuse of its dominant position.
This study - which is not comprehensive - provides an overview of the main trends of regulatory intervention regarding access to facilities in the energy sector for the last 15 years.