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EU Energy Law Volume II: EU Competition Law & Energy Markets (Third Edition)

  • ID: 1443832
  • May 2011
  • Region: Europe
  • 1000 Pages
  • Claeys & Casteels Publishing

This third edition incorporates the conclusions and consequences of the Sectoral Energy Competition Enquiry. The new edition contains an entirely reworked section on anti-competitive agreements and practices by Lars Kjolbye, at the time of writing the Head of Unit in charge of anti-trust in the energy sector in the European Commission. It further examines in detail the developments in individual case concerning long-term capacity reservation and sales/purchase agreements.

It also considers recent developments on cases concerning collusion on price and quantity restrictions. This second edition looks thoroughly into detail at the consequences of the sectoral enquiry on abuse of a dominant position, particularly regarding discrimination in network access. Revises the section on merger control to take account of developments in the methodology in defining markets and defining dominance/significant impediment of competition from the sectoral enquiry. The book furthermore updates the State Aid section to take accounts of new decisions on renewable support schemes and security of supply.

Highlights:
- New edition of the highly acclaimed publication
- Includes recent and READ MORE >

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Part 1 : Introduction

Part 2 : The definition of the relevant market
1. Introduction 2. The relevant product market - Electricity
3. The relevant geographic market - Electricity
4. The relevant product market - Gas
5. The relevant geographic market - Gas

Part 3 : Agreements, decisions concerted practices and the abuse of a dominant position - Art. 81 and 82 EC
1. Introduction
2. Horizontal agreements
3. Vertical agreements
4. Article 82 EC - abuse of a dominant position
5. Procedure

Part 4 : Merger Control
1. Introduction
2. Jurisdiction: when does a merger fall under the merger Regulation?
3. Substantive assessment of concentrations
4. Merger control in the electricity and gas sectors
5. Remedies in energy mergers
6. Merger procedure

Part 5 : State aid
1. Introduction
2. Coal: the ECSC Treaty
3. Nuclear: the Euroatom Treaty
4. State Aid and the EC Treaty
5. The application of EC state aid law to the energy sector
6. State aid procedure

Part 6 : Article 86: Special and exclusive rights

Appendices

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Written By:
- EMMANUEL CABAU
Official, Electricity & Gas, DG TREN, EC
- LEIGH HANCHER
Of Counsel, Allen & Overy, Amsterdam Professor University of Tilburg, Netherlands
- CHRISTOPHER JONES
Head of Cabinet Commissioner Piebalgs Former Director, New and Renewable Sources of Energy, Energy E ciency & Innovation, DG TREN,EC
- LARS KJØLBYE
Partner Howrey Brussels Former Head of Unit, Antitrust in the Energy Sector, DG COMP, EC
- VALERIE LANDES
Counsil, Bredin Prat, Brussels
- MARC VAN DER WOUDE
Partner Stibbe Brussels Professor, University of Rotterdam.

Edited By:
- CHRISTOPHER JONES
Head of Cabinet, Commissioner
- Andris Piebalgs
Former Director, New and Renewable Sources of Energy, Energy Efficiency & Innovation, DG TREN, EC

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