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The EU Commission accepts the commitments offered by an oil and gas company to enable the free flow of gas in CEE gas markets at competitive prices (Gazprom)

The European Commission Settles the Long-running Antitrust Case with Gazprom by Agreeing on Commitments* After almost seven years, the European Commission (“Commission”) settled its long-running antitrust case with the Russian energy giant, PJSC Gazprom and its wholly-own subsidiary Gazprom Export LLC (“Gazprom”), concerning the abuse of a dominant position according to Article 102 Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (“TFEU”) that may have hindered the free flow of gas at competitive prices in Central and Eastern European countries (jointly referred to as “CEE”) [1]. On 24 May 2018, the Commission adopted a decision [2] in accordance with Article 9(1) Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2003 of 16 December 2002 on the implementation of the rules on competition laid down in Articles 81

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Juha Vesala, The EU Commission accepts the commitments offered by an oil and gas company to enable the free flow of gas in CEE gas markets at competitive prices (Gazprom), 24 May 2018, e-Competitions Remedies for unilateral conduct, Art. N° 88562

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