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UK: SSE-Npower referred to Phase 2

Britain’s competition watchdog has ordered an in-depth investigation of the merger of SSE’s retail power and gas business in the UK with German rival...

China/Russia: Police take CEFC chairman, leave US$9b oil deal in limbo

According to Reuters, Chinese energy conglomerate CEFC had already started paying for a stake in Russian oil company Rosneft when China’s economic crime police...

Indonesia: ExxonMobil backs away from natural gas field

The Indonesian unit of ExxonMobil on Tuesday said it "no longer wishes to continue further discussions or activity" involving the country's East Natuna natural...

US: DOJ challenges illegal antitrust “gun jumping” in energy transaction

The Department of Justice Antitrust Division recently brought a civil antitrust lawsuit against Duke Energy, alleging that the electric power generator engaged in illegal...

Comparing the incomparable? An analysis of the enforcement of abuse of...

By Alvaro García-Delgado & Andrea Redondo -  At first sight, energy and ICT sectors could be regarded as having nothing to do with each other....

The UK Energy Market Investigation: A Desperate Search for Evidence of...

Apr 15, 2014 CPI Europe Column edited by Anna Tzanaki (Competition Policy International) presents: The UK Energy Market Investigation: A Desperate Search for Evidence of a...

Competition Issues Regarding Procurement for Large Companies and Suppliers The Gazprom...

Svetlana Golovanova, Andrey Shastitko, Nov 27, 2013 This article demonstrates that even established and verified facts of agreements among producers are not sufficient conditions for...

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