The French Competition Authority fines an energy company for abuse of dominance on the retail gas supply market (ENGIE)

On 22 March 2017, the French Competition Authority (“FCA”) fined ENGIE (formerly known as GDF-Suez) € 100 million for abusing its dominant position on the retail gas supply market by using the customer database and business infrastructure it inherited from its former monopoly status in order to promote its market-based gas and electricity contracts. ENGIE is the former monopoly holder on the French

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Tim Kasten, The French Competition Authority fines an energy company for abuse of dominance on the retail gas supply market (ENGIE), 22 March 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin March 2017, Art. N° 83652

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