CASE COMMENTS : UNILATERAL PRACTICES - UNDERTAKINGS - GAS SECTOR - GERMANY - ACCESS TO AN ESSENTIAL FACILITY

Commitments - Essential facility - Gas sector: The European Commission reviews EON’s commitment to a significant, structural reduction of its long-term gas capacity reservations so as to permit access of competitors to transport infrastructure, which is needed to supply gas to customers within the supplier’s network (E.ON)

Eur. Comm., MEMO/09/567, 17 December 2009, Antitrust: Commission welcomes E.ON proposals to increase competition in

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Anne-Lise Sibony, Commitments - Essential facility - Gas sector: The European Commission reviews EON’s commitment to a significant, structural reduction of its long-term gas capacity reservations so as to permit access of competitors to transport infrastructure, which is needed to supply gas to customers within the supplier’s network (E.ON), 17 December 2009, Concurrences Review N° 1-2010, Art. N° 30290, p. 112

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