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EU Competition Law and Energy Markets (4th Edition)

  • ID: 3736780
  • Book
  • Region: Europe
  • 1290 Pages
  • Claeys & Casteels Publishing
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This fourth edition incorporates the numerous changes since the previous edition in 2011; including an entirely reworked section on anti-competitive agreements and practices, an update of all new merger decisions as well as abuse of dominance.

Furthermore, the new edition will include a detailed update and explanation of the major developments on state aid, with the publication of new Guidelines applicable inter alia to renewable energy support schemes, introducing major reform and key decisions, such as the one on the UK Hinkley Point nuclear reactor.

Highlights & Contents

- The new edition of this highly acclaimed publication gives a comprehensive update and analysis of European law as it affects competition in EU energy markets.

- Includes detailed update of major developments on state aid also applicable to renewable energy support schemes

- Latest key decisions such as the UK Hinkley Point nuclear reactor

- A 'must-buy' for the competition law professionals
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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 abuse of dominance - Articles 101 and 102 TFEU

1. Introduction
2. Horizontal agreements
3. Vertical agreements
4. Article 102 TFEU - 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 and Nuclear Aid
3. State aid in the TFEU
4. Thee application of EU state aid law to the energy sector
5. State aid for environmental protection
6. State aid procedure

Part 6 Article 106 TFEU

1. Special and exclusive rights

Appendix
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Christopher Jones
Deputy Director General, DG ENER, EC

Leigh Hancher
Of Counsel, Allen & Overy, Amsterdam; Professor of Law, University of Tilburg

Adrien de Hauteclocque
Referendaire, General Court of the European Union (Cabinet of judge van der Woude)

Christopher Jones
Deputy Director General, DG ENER, EC

Lars Kjølbye
Partner, Latham & Watkins, Brussels

Valerie Landes
Counsel, Bredin Prat, Brussels

Francesco Salerno
Senior Attorney, Cleary Gottlieb, Brussels

Lena Sandberg
Of Counsel, Gibson Dunn, Brussels
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