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The OPAL exemption decision: past, present, and future

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Since the OPAL pipeline started operating, more than five years ago, Gazprom has been unable to use more than 50 per cent of its capacity – even if such was not required by third parties – due to a regulatory cap imposed by the European Commission (EC) in June 2009. In October 2016 the EC adopted a new decision which removed the cap and attempted to strike a fine balance between the interests of all parties involved: while it allows Gazprom to bid for the remaining 50 per cent of OPAL capa...

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Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
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Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Publisher's website
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OIES paper
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NG 117
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English
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2017-01-24

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