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Vol 23 No 5 May/June 2018

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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
EU Energy Law Volume II: EU Competition Law and Energy Markets 4th ed isbn 9789491673238

EU Energy Law Volume II: EU Competition Law and Energy Markets 3rd ed

Edited by: Christopher Jones

ISBN13: 9789077644171
New Edition ISBN: 9789491673238
Previous Edition ISBN: 9789077644102
Published: May 2011
Publisher: Claeys & Casteels
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

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 new 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 dening markets and dening dominance/signicant 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.

Energy and Natural Resources Law
The denition of the relevant market in the energy sectors
Joint sales and production agreements
Capacity reservation agreements
Long term purchase agreements
Territorial restrictions and destination clauses
The abuse of a dominant position
Mergers and acquisitions in the energy sector
State Aid
State guarantees
Renewable support schemes
Stranded costs
Public service obligations.