EU and Gazprom: A legal compromise that will shape Europe's natural gas landscape?
The compromise between the European Commission and Gazprom made public recently was triggered by the substantial commitments made by the Russian gas giant with regard to the omission of acts breaching EU antitrust rules.
More precisely, in April 2015 the European Commission addressed a Statement of Objections to Gazprom, exposing the latter’s violations of EU antitrust rules within the Central and Eastern European gas markets, which impeded the free flow of gas.
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