The Spanish Competition Authority clears the creation of a joint venture in aircraft refuelling and lubricant services subject to remedies which were partly removed by the Council of Ministries (Shell España / CEPSA)

The operation The operation consisted of the creation of Spanish Intoplane Services (SIS), a joint venture controlled by Shell España and CEPSA (each owning 50%). SIS was created as a provider of kerosene and lubricants to civil aircraft at airports. SIS gained concessions to operate in Alicante, Málaga and Sevilla airports. Shell España was a subsidiary of the Royal Dutch-Shell group, one of the largest vertically integrated oil companies in the world. Shell España was active in the following activities: (i) wholesale distribution of refined oil products (petrol, gas-oil, fuel-oil, kerosene, etc.); (ii) retail distribution of refined oil

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Daniel Domínguez Muñoz, The Spanish Competition Authority clears the creation of a joint venture in aircraft refuelling and lubricant services subject to remedies which were partly removed by the Council of Ministries (Shell España / CEPSA), 9 March 2005, e-Competitions Bulletin Energy & Mergers, Art. N° 20857

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