The General Court dismisses the action brought against a decision by the Commission to make binding on Gazprom commitments proposed by the latter in order to address competition concerns raised by the former in relation to the national markets for the upstream wholesale supply of gas in the countries of eastern and central Europe* The decision to approve those commitments is not vitiated by the procedural or substantive errors claimed by the applicant Between 2011 and 2015, the European Commission took several measures in order to investigate the functioning of the gas markets in central and eastern Europe. In that context, it launched an investigation into Gazprom PJSC and Gazprom export LLC (together, ‘Gazprom’) in relation to the supply of gas in eight Member States, namely
The EU General Court rejects an appeal which sought to overturn a Commission decision which made the commitments of a gas company binding to address concerns on the wholesale supply of gas in eastern and central Europe (Gazprom)
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