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Abstract. The objective of this thesis is to examine the approach adopted by the European Commission in recently regulated energy markets. Antitrust investigations indicate that the European Commission increasingly tends to implement competition law, in particular through commitment decisions, in order to create a quasi-ex ante regulatory effect in the markets. Commission in recently regulated energy markets. Antitrust investigations indicate that the European Commission increasingly tends to implement competition law, in particular through commitment decisions, in order to create a quasi-ex ante regulatory effect in the markets. The main conclusion of this thesis is that a lack of
European gas is supplied mainly from outside the EU, thus “internal regulation of the gas market is impossible without an external energy policy and internal solidarity”. The markets for network-based products and services pose particular problems with regard to competition. The transition from monopolistic to competitive structures and the issues of infrastructure sharing, dominant players and network externalities have all been subject to intensive debates. Despite liberalisation, deregulation and privatisation – and the quasi-automatic solutions they ...
Anasayfa > Enerji Hukuku > Burçak TATLI. : Burçak Tatlı. The Liberalisation Of European Energy Markets The Use Of Competition Law As A Regulatory Tool On İki Levha Yayıncılık | 9786257293235.
The purpose of these working papers is to promote the circulation of research results ... industries, gas industry, gas utility, liberalisation, regulation, deregulation, ... Since 1 July 2007, gas and electricity markets have been liber...
...is seen both as a form of public policy and as a means of constituting markets. The Application of EU Competition Law in the Energy Sector. The liberalisation of European energy markets has... ...a single market for gas - is still far from being achieved and the degree of competition is considered to be unsatisfactory within Member States (Commission of the European Communities, 2007).