The Hellenic Competition Commission accepts commitments from dominant incumbent gas company (DEPA)

The Hellenic Competition Commission accepts commitments from dominant Greek incumbent gas company* In a landmark decision of 12 November 2012, the Hellenic Competition Commission (HCC) accepted commitments offered by DEPA, the Greek incumbent gas supplier, with a view to speeding up the liberalisation of the Greek gas supply market. DEPA is dominant in the market of natural gas supply and the secondary market of natural gas transmission. The commitments evolve around four main axes: a) the unbundling of gas supply from gas transportation services, b) providing for a higher degree of customer mobility and increase of liquidity in the market of natural gas, c) the introduction of fair, transparent and non-discriminatory contractual terms and d) the gradual opening of reserved

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European Competition Network Brief, The Hellenic Competition Commission accepts commitments from dominant incumbent gas company (DEPA), 12 November 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin November 2012, Art. N° 50269

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