EU ENERGY LAW | EU COMPETITION LAW | EU TRANSPORTATION LAW BOOKS, JOURNALS, CONFERENCES | CATALOGUE | 2013

EU ENERGY LAW

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European Energy Studies
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European Energy Journal

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THE EU GEO LAWS

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EU COMPETITION LAW

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TRANSPORTATION

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EU Transportation Law Transportation is of crucial importance to the European Union and many new regulations will have huge effects on all member states. The EU Transportation Law Series will include leading books on all aspects of the field, including the effects on for instance energy, security and environment. The new series starts with a volume on Shipping Law, followed by similar volumes on road, air and rail.

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EU Energy Law This highly acclaimed Law & Policy series started in 2004 and focus on all legislation on EU energy Law and monitors all developments in the EU energy law making. These major works include the internal market, renewable energy, energy infrastructure, security of supply, competition law in energy markets and energy efficiency. They focus on the legislation, directives and regulations and the implementations in all member states and are written by DG ENER officials, academics and lawyers. The EU Energy Law Series is considered as the most relevant series on the topic of European energy law making.

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European Energy Studies This series closely monitors the issues and developments in the field of European energy law and policy by providing an in-depth scholarly and research based yet a practical written and accessible source of information. The aim of this series is to publish up-to-date research for both practitioners and academics. It shall serve as comprehensible tool of knowledge offering detailed insight into the different pillars of EU energy policy tackling the underlying energy policies, legislation, energy economics and regulatory affairs, geopolitics and energy sources.

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European Energy Journal The EEJ offers the practitioner and the academic pro-active information on energy law and policy throughout Europe. It reports and comments relevant developments in the areas of internal market, competition law, energy efficiency, renewable energies, climate change, infrastructure, security of supply, and foreign energy policy. Each issue includes regular reports on legislative initiatives, case law and country developments. EEJ is published four times a year.

The EU GEO Laws The legal framework of the European energy sector is undergoing fundamental and continuous changes. In light of such core changes, a significant increase in volume and rapid evolution, navigating the EU energy legislation maze has become a real challenge. With "The EU GEO Laws" Claeys & Casteels provides the solution to this hurdle: for each pillar (Gas, Electricity and Oil) a single publication combining the most relevant and up-to-date legislation is published twice a year.

EU Competition Law Given the breath of community competition law, it has been decided to produce a number of separate but linked and co-ordinated titles, covering all issues in depth. All volumes will share the same presentation and approach and will be fully crossreferenced for ease of use.
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It is with great pleasure that we present you the Claeys & Casteels Law Publishers Catalogue 2013. In addition to our well known and trusted publications, this new, and most complete catalogue to date, includes an important selection of new titles focusing on the challenges and opportunities associated with much of the present and future development within European Energy Law. These new volumes will provide critical insight and analysis of the newest and most recently published regulations and directives on core themes such as E ciency, Infrastructure and Internal Market, and Competition Law, where, for example, the importance of article 102 TFEU is rapidly growing. We are proud to announce two new volumes in our highly acclaimed EU Energy Law Series. Jean-Arnold Vinois is the editor of ‘Energy Infrastructure of the European Union’, while OECD’s Joseph Curtin is the editor of ’Energy E ciency in the EU’. The European Energy Studies (EES) is a completely new series which closely monitors the issues and developments in the eld of European energy law and policy by providing an in-depth scholarly and research-based, yet practically written and accessible source of information. This initial EES series contains six new volumes including ‘The Geoeconomics of Sovereign Wealth Funds and Renewable Energy’ by Simone Tagliapietra, ‘Security of Oil Supplies’ by Giacomo Luciani and ‘Shale Gas in Europe’ edited by among others attorney Cecile Musialski and researcher Stephan Lechtenböhmer. The complete series is available both in hard copy and e-book. The EU’s Climate Policy, edited by Director-General Jos Delbeke, DG Climate Action gives an up-to-date account of the EU’s climate policies as they apply across the European economy. It explains the nuts and bolts of the world’s largest carbon market, the EU emission trading system and the importance of using

market forces to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. By describing the main challenges for developing an e ective international climate policy, to be nalized in 2015, this new publication is a most essential report on climate action. With the introduction of another new series, the GEO Law Series, Claeys & Casteels will combine the most relevant and up-to-date legislation on Gas, Electricity and Oil which will be available in both paperback and online and will be edited by Pierre Bernard (Electricity) and Helmut Schmitt von Sydow (Oil and Gas). Alongside a second edition of Volume 1 on Procedures we are publishing a new EU Competition Law Volume 5 on Abuse of Dominance. In addition, an excellent new volume on Vertical Restraints, edited by Mario Siragusa and Gianluca Faella serves to underline again, the importance of this series. Our new EU Transportation Law Series which will monitor all relevant legal developments in the transportation eld. Transportation is of crucial importance to the European Union and many of the new regulations will signi cantly impact all member states. The EU Transportation Law Series will include books by leading authors on all aspects of the eld, including, for example, the e ects on Energy, Security and Environment. The new series starts with a volume on Shipping Law, and will be complemented in the future by volumes covering transportation by Road, Air and Rail. Through new and important book publications, by providing innovative online information solutions and e-books, as well as our quarterly journals and our Brussels based conferences and masterclasses, Claeys & Casteels is serving the ever growing demand for high quality professional information. With a publishers “Dream Team” of authors and editors, we are proud and honored to be your professional partner for Energy, Competition and Transportation information.

Yours sincerely, Claeys & Casteels Law Publishers Aernoud J. Oosterholt Publisher

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EU ENERGY LAW

Volume I - Third Edition

The Internal Energy Market

The Third Liberalisation Package
The Third Internal Market package marks a watershed in the EU’s e orts to introduce e ective liberalization of its electricity and gas markets. It comprises ve separate legal acts that introduce new rules on: - More e ective unbundling, requiring real and e ective separation of the transmission company from generation/ supply and the introduction of the choice between ownership unbundling, ITS, ISO and ISO+; - New additional powers for national energy regulators; - A new European Agency, ACER, that brings together national energy regulators; - New transmission bodies, ENTSO-E and ENTSOG that will be able to take more concentrated and e ective action to develop common rules that will result in better market integration; - A new streamlined decision-making process, in which the new Agency and TSO bodies play a leading role, in developing common codes and rules; - New rules on network planning and on customer protection. A real understanding of this very complicated legislative package is vital for all energy companies operating in the EU, as well as major energy purchasers and advisors. This new and updated edition of the leading title on this subject is written by the key Commission o cials who drafted and negotiated the Directive.

Edited by CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs; Former Director, New and Renewable Source of Energy, Energy E ciency & Innovation, DG ENER, EC Written by CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs CHRISTOF SCHOSER Deputy Head of Unit, State Aids, DG COMP, EC OLIVIER SILLA Deputy Head of Unit, International Energy Relations and Enlargement, DG ENER, EC EMMANUEL CABAU Policy O cer, Trust and Security, DG CNECT, EC ANTHONY DOHERTY Senior Energy Economist, EBRD FLORIAN ERMACORA Head of Unit, Communication & Interinstitutional relations, DG ENER, EC FLORIS GRÄPER Head of Regulation, Gas Transport Services WILLIAM WEBSTER Head of EU Power Market Design and Regulation, RWE Supply and Trading

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More e ective unbundling New additional powers for national regulators A new European Agency ACER New Transmission bodies ENTSO-E and ENTSOG A new streamlined decisionmaking process New rules on network planning New rules on customer protection

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EU ENERGY LAW

Volume II - Third Edition

EU Competition Law and Energy Markets
This third edition incorporates the conclusions and consequences of the Sectoral Energy Competition Enquiry. The new edition contains an entirely reworked section on anti-competitive agreements and practices by Lars Kjølbye, at the time of writing the Head of Unit in charge of anti-trust in the energy sector in the European Commission. It further examines in detail the developments in individual case concerning long-term capacity reservation and sales/purchase agreements. It also considers recent developments on cases concerning collusion on price and quantity restrictions and looks thoroughly into detail at the consequences of the sectoral enquiry on abuse of a dominant position, particularly regarding discrimination in network access. Revises the section on merger control to take account of developments in the methodology in de ning markets and de ning dominance/signi cant impediment of competition from the sectoral enquiry. The book furthermore updates the State Aid section to take accounts of new decisions on renewable support schemes and security of supply.

Edited by CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs; Former Director, New and Renewable Source of Energy, Energy Efficiency & Innovation, DG ENER, EC Written by EMMANUEL CABAU Policy Officer, Trust and Security, DG CNECT, EC LEIGH HANCHER Of Counsel, Allen & Overy, Amsterdam Professor of Law, University of Tilburg CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs LARS KJØLBYE Partner, Covington & Burling LLP, Brussels VALERIE LANDES Counsel, Bredin Prat, Brussels MARC VAN DER WOUDE Judge, General Court of the EU, Luxembourg

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New edition of the highly acclaimed publication Includes recent and important merger cases like Endesa and E.On/MOL A “must-buy” for the competition law professionals, according to the European Competition Law Review

€ 265 | 1100 p. (hardback bound) | ISBN 9789077644171 | April 2011

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EU ENERGY LAW

Volume III - Book One

Renewable Energy Law and Policy in the European Union
The EU has embarked upon a fundamental change in direction of its energy policy, with the agreement by the European Council of the 20-20-20 targets, all by 2020! The new legislative framework presently being nalized to put this in practice will have profound e ects on all those active in the energy industry. Achieving a 20% share of renewables in the EU’s energy mix will require massive investments; an increase by roughly 10 times the level of wind and solar energy presently installed in Europe today in a period of just 12 years. This all creates huge challenges and opportunities for EU business. A full understanding of support schemes, obligations and planning requirements is vital for both industry and its advisors. This volume provides a complete working guide to the new EU legislation.

Edited by PAUL HODSON Head of Unit, Energy E ciency, DG ENER, EC CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs; Former Director, New and Renewable Sources of Energy, Energy E ciency & Innovation, DG ENER, EC HANS VAN STEEN Head of Unit, Renewables and CSS Policy, DG ENER, EC Written by ANDREA HERCSUTH R&D International relations manager, CENER; former Policy Officer, DG ENER, EC PAUL HODSON Head of Unit, Energy Efficiency, DG ENER, EC TOM HOWES Deputy Head of Unit, Renewables and CSS Policy, DG ENER, EC CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs EMESE KOTTASZ Consultant, UNIDO, Renewable and Energy Unit; former Policy Officer, DG ENER, EC NIELS LADEFOGED Member of Cabinet, Commissioner Hedegaard, EC HANS VAN STEEN Head of Unit, Renewables and CSS Policy, DG ENER, EC

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The economic, environmental and energy security rationale underpinning the new proposals National renewable targets, levels and enforcements mechanism The trading of renewable energy credits and guarantees of origin Biofuels: obligations, sustainability, the Fuel Quality Directive Grid access rules priority access in practice The EU’s electricity grid: how will it need to evolve to incorporate the new renewable electricity

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EU ENERGY LAW

Volume III - Book Two - Second Edition

Renewable Energy in the Member States of the EU
This second edition’s core objective is to provide a complete overview on the relevance of Renewable Energy in all EU member states and the developments in these countries over time. To give an even broader perspective, contributions on some non-EU countries like USA, Switzerland and China are also included. Not only development plans and requirements by the state and other authorities, but also support mechanisms, grid access rules and codes, authentication methods, cross-border trading and guarantees of origin, supervision of the renewable energy sector, overview of planning, construction and operation and use of speci c structural and cohesion funds for renewable energy project development are all included in this new volume. Each country has its own chapter in which all these topics are discussed, and is written by a team of leading experts from all member states. Even a chapter about Croatia (member of the EU as from 01.07.2013) is included. This information on the 28 countries was never before available in one volume!

Edited by DÖRTE FOUQUET Partner, Becker Büttner Held (BBH), Brussels; Director European Renewable Energies Federation (EREF) CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs; Former Director, New and Renewable Sources of Energy, Energy E ciency & Innovation, DG ENER, EC Written by leading experts from all member states

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Written by a team of leading experts from all present member states plus USA, Switzerland and China Edited by leading environmental lawyer Dörte Fouquet and Head of Cabinet Commissioner Piebalgs Christopher Jones Never before available in one publication Separate chapter on each country A daily working guide for everyone dealing with Renewable Energy Includes also a chapter about the 28th member of the EU, Croatia

€ 295 | 1250 p. (hardback bound) | ISBN 9789081690478 | June 2013

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EU ENERGY LAW

Volume III - Book Three

The European Renewable Energy Yearbook
This volume brings together some of Europe’s key government o cials, industry leaders and lawyers, who have shaped public and industrial opinion and whose day-to-day business now involves ensuring that the Renewable Energy Directive (Directive 2009/28/EC) is implemented e ectively. They are examining the main issues facing the EU’s fast growing and changing renewable markets, outlining the main challenges for the future and giving possible answers and how some of the key practical issues, raised by the directive could, should en will be resolved, according to the opinion of the authors.

Edited by CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs; Former Director, New and Renewable Sources of Energy, Energy Efficiency & Innovation, DG ENER, EC Written by CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs HANS TEN BERGE Secretary General, EURELECTRIC SAM CROSS Energy Policy Advisor, EURELECTRIC CECILIA HELLNER Director Vattenfall European Affairs, Brussels; Senior Advisor Market, ENTSO-E MARTIN SCHÖPE Head of Division, International and European Affairs, Renewable Energy, German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety THOMAS B. JOHANSSON Co-Chair of the Executive Committee, Global Energy Assessment DÖRTE FOUQUET Partner, Becker Büttner Held, Brussels; Director, European Renewable Energies Federation (EREF) PEDRO DE SAMPAIO NUNES CEO, GreenCyber EVA HOOS Policy Officer, Energy Efficiency, DG ENER, EC

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A zero carbon energy policy for Europe: the only viable solution Renewable energy 2020 and beyond delivering on the EU, targets and de ned a pathway to a low carbon energy future Re-engineering the Transmission grid European

The new EU Directive on renewable energies from the perspective of a member state The global context and challenges for energy The e ectiveness of di erent support schemes in a single energy market Biofuels: ghting climate change and famine in the World Cogeneration under the Emission Trading Scheme EU

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EU ENERGY LAW

Volume IV

EU Environmental Law
The EU Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading Scheme
The EU Emissions Trading Scheme is applicable to an increasingly wide range of businesses, a trend that looks certain to continue. A thorough understanding of the law and policy that underlies this scheme is therefore essential for companies, their advisors, and their legal representatives. Understanding this

framework o ers real business bene ts, while failure to do so can result in important lost opportunities. Knowing when to invest in new emission rights, when to sell and when to install new, more energy e cient technology must now be an integral part of business decision-making both

in the EU and internationally. This volume provides a thorough understanding of the system and its implementation, enabling companies and their advisors to master this fast developing subject.

Edited by JOS DELBEKE Director-General, DG CLIMA, EC Written by JOS DELBEKE Director-General, DG CLIMA, EC OLIVIA HARTRIDGE Vice President, Morgan Stanley; Former Administrator, DG ENV, EC JÜRGEN LEFEVERE Adviser, International and Climate Strategy, DG CLIMA, EC DAMIEN MEADOWS Adviser, European and International Carbon Markets, DG CLIMA, EC ARTUR RUNGE-METSGER Director, International and Climate Strategy, DG CLIMA, EC YVON SLINGENBERG Head of Unit, Implementation of ETS, DG CLIMA, EC MATTI VAINIO Head of Risk Management Implementation Unit, ECHA PETER VIS Head of Cabinet, European Commissioner Hedegaard PETER ZAPFEL Head of Coordination, Office of Policy Coordination and liaison with DG ENV, DG CLIMA, EC

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The Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS): cornerstone of the EU’s implementation of the Kyoto protocol International climate policy developments of the 1990’s: the UNFCCC Basic design options for emissions trading The emissions allowance trading Directive 2003/87/EC explained The EU ETS explained linking Directive

Economic analysis of emission trading in CO2 emissions in the European Union The rst allocation round: a brief history Introduction to the monitoring and reporting guidelines and registries regulation The potential role of the EU ETS for the development of long-term international climate policies

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EU ENERGY LAW

Volume V - Third Edition

EU Energy Law & Policy Yearbook 2012
For the third year in succession Claeys & Casteels will publish the EU Energy Law & Policy Yearbook. The 2012 edition covers all recent developments in EU Energy Policy in the framework of the agenda of the present commission and also expresses the viewpoints of all relevant actors in the Energy Law & Policy eld. The Yearbook 2012 is based on the contributions and debates at the 7th Annual EU Energy Law & Policy Conference 2012 and covers the whole range of EU Energy Law & Policy. The Yearbook is published yearly in collaboration with the Florence School of Regulation at the European University Institute (EUI).

Edited by JEAN-MICHEL GLACHANT Holder of the Loyola de Palacio Chair; Director of the Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute, Florence NICOLE AHNER Scienti c Coordinator of the Loyola de Palacio Chair; Research Assistant, Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute, Florence Foreword by HELMUT SCHMITT VON SYDOW Contributions by NICOLE AHNER INGE BERNAERTS PIERRE BERNARD CHRISTOPHER BURGHARDT ADRIEN DE HAUTECLOQUE ISABELLE FELLRATH GAZZINI DÖRTE FOUQUET CELINE GAUER JEAN-MICHEL GLACHANT FIONA HALL

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Includes conference papers of the 7th Annual EU Energy Law & Policy Conference (January 2012) A comprehensive guide for all practitioners and academics working in the EU Energy Law & Policy eld Includes all relevant up to date Energy Law points of view

PETER KADERJAK LARS KJØLBYE PHILIP LOWE DAMIEN MEADOWS LORD JOHN MOGG NICOLA PESARESI FRANCESCO SALERNO CATHARINA SIKOW-MAGNY JEAN-ARNOLD VINOIS MECHTHILD WÖRSDÖRFER

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EU ENERGY LAW

Volume VI

The Security of Energy Supply in the European Union
This book examines the latest developments of the European Union's energy policy and particularly the way security of energy supply is taken into account and handled. As one of the three objectives of the EU energy policy, security of supply emerged as a central element of the policy, after the January 2009 gas crisis and now with the consequences of the Fukushima events. The contributions to the book are made by the most informed people on the various subjects given their professional position. It analyses the extensive developments of the concept toward energy security, the impact of the third internal market package on its reinforcement and the major role to be played by infrastructures in ensuring physically the security of supply. It will comment the most recent and relevant instruments adopted by the European Union in the eld of oil, the so-called Oil stocks directive, and gas, the Regulation on Security of Gas Supply. In the eld of electricity, it will report on the experience of the Transmission System Operators working together in the European Network (ENTSO-E) to guarantee security of supply. The external dimension of the EU energy policy will be explained in as far as it aims at security of supply. Three illustrative cases are particularly studied: the Southern gas corridor development, the January 2009 gas crisis and the Baltic Energy Market Interconnection Plan. The relevant EU legislative texts and the recent communications of the Commission on the subject are appended, to o er the direct references of what is discussed in the various sections.

Edited by JEAN-ARNOLD VINOIS Acting Director, Internal Energy Market Directorate, DG ENER, EC Foreword by PHILIP LOWE Director-General, DG ENER, EC Written by PAULA ABREU MARQUES Head of Unit, International relations & Enlargement, DG ENER, EC SYLVIA BEYER Programme Manager, Security of Supply and Energy Network, DG ENER, EC BRENDAN DEVLIN Policy O cer, DG ENER, EC JEAN-MICHEL GLACHANT Holder of the Loyola de Palacio Chair; Director of the Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute, Florence PETER KADERJAK Associate Professor, Microeconomics Department, Corvinus University of Budapest (CUB), Hungary and Director of REKK (Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research) at CUB JAN PANEK Head of Unit, Internal Market III: Retail Markets; coal & oil, DG ENER, EC

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Analyses of the most recent legislation currently under implementation by the Member States and the industry by the most knowledgeable EU experts on the subjects covered Gives a very comprehensive perspective of the future evolution of the energy policy

CATHARINA SIKOW-MAGNY Dep. Head of Unit, Internal Market I: Networks & Regional Initiatives, DG ENER, EC JOSÉ HOYOS PEREZ Policy O cer, Internal Market I: Network & Regional Initiatives, DG ENER, EC KONSTANTIN STASCHUS Secretary General, ENTSO-E JEAN-ARNOLD VINOIS Acting Director, Internal Energy Market Directorate, DG ENER, EC MARK VAN STIPHOUT Member of the Cabinet of Commissioner Oettinger MONIKA ZSIGRI Policy Coordinator, Internal Market I: Network & Regional Initiatives, DG ENER, EC
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EU ENERGY LAW

Volume VII

Energy Efficiency in the European Union
The EU has developed an increasingly ambitious energy e ciency policy. In particular with the publication of an EU Energy E ciency Action Plan in April 2000, the issue of e ciency has become a central concern of policy makers. The recent passage of the Energy E ciency Directive underlines this trend: this is a piece of legislation which has the potential to profoundly in uence the activity and behaviour of energy suppliers, consumers, energy service companies and others involved in the energy sector. This volume will cover all areas of EU energy e ciency policy, from the objectives and strategic direction of policy at EU level, to the implications of EU policy for Member States and their energy e ciency action plans. Chapters will also be devoted to exploring the implications of individual directives and regulations such as the Energy E ciency Directive; the recast Energy Performance of Buildings Directive; the Eco Design Directive; and regulations pertaining to energy labelling of appliances.

Edited by JOSEPH CURTIN Consultant, National Economic and Social Council; Associate Senior Researcher, the Institute of International and European A airs; Consultant, OECD Written by MARIE DONNELLY Director, Directorate C (Renewables, Research and Innovation and Energy E ciency), DG ENER, EC RALPH SCHÜLE Research Development Co-ordinator for Climate Protection and Adaption in Sustainable Urban Development, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy JOSEPH CURTIN Consultant at National Economic and Social Council; Associate Senior Researcher at the Institute of International and European A airs; Consultant OECD DÖRTE FOUQUET Partner, Becker Büttner Held, Brussels VIVIENNE BROPHY Director, UCD Energy Research Group; Deputy Head UCD School of Architecture; Lecturer in UCD Architecture at undergraduate and graduate level

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Recent Energy E ciency Directive underlines this is a central concern of policy makers This volume covers all areas of EU energy e ciency policy Explore the implications of individual directives and regulations Includes a.o. Energy Performance of Buildings Directive and Eco Design Directive

OLIVER RAPF Executive Director, BPIE CHRISTIAN HELD Partner, Becker Büttner Held, Brussels JANA V. NYSTEN Attorney at Law, Becker Büttner Held, Brussels LISA RYAN Senior Energy Economist, International Energy Agency

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EU ENERGY LAW

Volume VIII

The Energy Infrastructure Policy of the European Union
Infrastructures are the backbone of any economy and energy is vital to our way of life. Electricity transmission, gas and oil pipelines, smart grids, storage of energy and later on CO2 transport are essential elements of our present and future energy systems. The energy and climate policies conducted by the European Union since 2007 have led to the third energy package governing the internal electricity and gas markets, to the directive setting the target of 20% of renewable sources of energy by 2020, to the energy e ciency directive and most recently to the regulation establishing the guidelines on trans-European energy infrastructures and to the new nancing programme called “Connecting Europe Facility”. In ve years’ time, national energy policies have been drastically reshaped by the EU directives and regulations, now based on Article 194 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. It is now time to understand fully the importance of these regulatory changes and the resulting “europeanisation” of the energy policy.

Edited by JEAN ARNOLD VINOIS Acting Director, Internal Energy Market Directorate, DG ENER, EC Written by INGE BERNAERTS Head of Unit, Internal Market II: Wholesale markets; electricity & gas, DG ENER, EC DANIEL DOBBENI President of ENTSO-E STEPHAN KAMPHUES President of ENTSOG KONSTANTIN STASCHUS Secretary General of ENTSO-E VITTORIO MUSAZZI Director General of ENTSOG ALBERTO POTOSCHNIG Director of ACER CATHARINA SIKOW-MAGNY Dep. Head of Unit, Internal Market I: Networks & Regional Initiatives, DG ENER, EC MONIKA ZSIGRI Policy Coordinator, Internal Market I: Networks & Regional Initiatives, DG ENER, EC MILOSZ MOMOT Policy Officer, DG ENER, EC JAN PANEK Head of Unit, Internal Market III: Retail Markets; coal & oil, DG ENER, EC JEAN VERSEILLE Director System Development, RTE KAI TULLIUS Policy Officer, Renewables and CCS policy, DG ENER, EC

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Discusses the infrastructure establishing the guidelines on transEuropean infrastructure Connecting Europe Facility nancing program Focus on the importance of all regulatory changes in infrastructure The Ten Year Network Development Plan for Gas and Electricity Electricity highways An EU CO2 transport network Smartening the grids; towards an EU Action plan

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EUROPEAN ENERGY STUDIES

Volume I

A New Architecture for EU Gas Security of Supply
Is the EU on the right track to meet its stated objective – a true European energy security policy? Is the current architecture on which the EU gas security of supply policy is built able to deliver those responses needed in order to meet the growing risks and changing realities EU gas security faces? How should European institutions and regulation adapt and respond? What tools are available to secure gas supply? This book feeds these questions by taking stock of today’s EU gas security of supply governance. It based on the conference proceedings of the four-tier programme ‘A New EU Gas of Supply Architecture’ organizedby the Loyola de Palacio Chair (LdP), the Clingendael International Energy Programme (CIEP), the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) and Wilton Park Conferences (WPC).

Written by JEAN-MICHEL GLACHANT Holder of the Loyola de Palacio Chair; Director of the Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute, Florence MANFRED HAFNER Fellow, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM); President for Europe, MENA, Russia and CIS International Energy Consultants (IEC) JACQUES DE JONG Senior Fellow, Clingendael International Energy Programme (CIEP), The Hague NICOLE AHNER Scienti c Coordinator of the Loyola de Palacio Chair; Research Assistant, Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute, Florence SIMONE TAGLIAPIETRA Researcher, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), Milan

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EU external energy relations vs. infrastructure Infrastructure vs. solidarity

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EUROPEAN ENERGY STUDIES

Volume II

EU Energy Innovation Policy Towards 2050
What is the European energy strategy for 2050? How di erent is it from the 2020 energy strategy? What are the technology options and what the policy? This book discusses the European ‘2050 Energy Roadmap to a low Carbon Economy: Energy Policy & Innovation’. It represents the outcome of the 3rd Academic Roundtable of the Loyola de Palacio Chair at the European University Institute held in Florence on the 24th of May 2011. It introduces the reader to the most recent thinking regarding the European transition towards a low carbon future. The views presented include those of experts of the European Commission, major industry players, and prominent academics. Besides academic articles, speeches and opinions it contains reports of the THINK Tank of DG Energy hosted in Florence.

Edited by JEAN-MICHEL GLACHANT Holder of the Loyola de Palacio Chair; Director of the Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute, Florence NICOLE AHNER Scienti c Coordinator of the Loyola de Palacio Chair; Research Assistant, Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute, Florence LEONARDO MEEUS Scienti c Coordinator, EU FP7 funded research project THINK; Research Fellow, Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute Contributions by

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EU energy policy innovation in the 2050 context Academic visions on the future generation portfolio The future role of oil, gas, coal and carbon capture and storage in the context of renewables expansion A comparison in approaching energy technology policy in the US and the EU

ISABEL AZEVEDO RONNIE BELMANS CHRISTOPHE BONNERY JACQUELINE BOUCHER LOREN C. COX LAURENT DAVID WILLIAM D. D'HAESELEER HELEN DONOGHUE JEAN-MICHEL GLACHANT MANFRED HAFNER CLAUDE HENRY CHRISTIAN VON HIRSCHHAUSEN GUNNAR LUNDBERG

CLAUDIO MARCANTONINI LEONARDO MEEUS ANNE NEUMANN WILLIAM J. NUTTALL LUIS OLMOS IGNACIO PEREZ-ARRIAGA MARCO PIREDDA PIPPO RANCI SOPHIA RUESTER MARCELO SAGUAN CHRISTOF SCHOSER GIUSEPPE TRIBUZI

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EUROPEAN ENERGY STUDIES

Volume III

The Geoeconomics of Sovereign Wealth Funds and Renewable Energy

Towards a new energy paradigm in the Euro-Mediterranean region
The purpose of this book is to propose an innovative vision on the development process of the enlarged Mediterranean region. Triangulating the Gulf Cooperation Council, North Africa and the European Union into a unique cooperation scheme, the book highlights the strong complementarity that exists between these regions in the eld of renewable energy. The wide availability of Sovereign Wealth Funds' capital in the Gulf Cooperation Council, the great renewable energy potential of North Africa and the institutional support of the European Union are the three main pillars of this cooperation scheme. This triangulation would enhance not only the energy outlook of the overall Mediterranean region, but also its socio-economic development, ultimately promoting an enlarged area of cooperation, stability and peace.

Written by SIMONE TAGLIAPIETRA Researcher, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), Milan Foreword by FRANCO BASSANINI President, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti

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Proposes an innovative vision on the development process of the enlarged Mediterranean region Triangulates a unique cooperation scheme Highlights the strong complementarity between the Gulf Cooperation Council, North Africa and the EU in the eld of renewable energy Energy outlook of the overall Mediterranean region

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EUROPEAN ENERGY STUDIES

Volume IV

Security of Oil Supplies: Issues & Remedies
Oil has always been identi ed as a “strategic” commodity, and attracted the interest of governments. This interest has frequently been articulated in terms of “control” or “security of supply” - terms whose exact meaning is seldom clearly de ned. Increased dependence on oil from the Gulf – today sometimes dubbed an “addiction” – accentuated the security pro le of oil. The possibility of an interruption of oil supplies was considered to have potentially catastrophic consequences for the industrial countries. However, the international oil market has always proven to be resilient and e cient in redistributing ows of available oil to satisfy demand. Oil has very much behaved as a transparently traded commodity, which any party can get for the going price. This book examines the potential threats to security of oil supplies: resource nationalism, political instability, international and domestic armed con ict, and terrorism or insurgency. A separate chapter is devoted to maritime choke points, such as the Strait of Hormuz. Through detailed analysis of historical experience, it is shown that the international oil industry has shown much greater resilience and exibility that is normally acknowledged. The use and impact of strategic stocks as a tool to face potential crises is discuss, and the ambiguous boundary between strategic and intervention stocks explored. The tendency of the international oil market in its current con guration to exaggerate price uctuations is shown to be a main component of the perception of insecurity that is associated with oil supplies. Potential policy initiatives to correct or limit such “market insecurity” are proposed.

Written by GIACOMO LUCIANI Scienti c Advisor, Master in International Energy, School of International A airs, Sciences-Po, Paris; Adjunct Professor of International A airs at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva

HIGHLIGHTS
Global Oil Supplies: the impact of resource nationalism and political instability Armed con icts and oil/gas security of supply Restrictions of passage, accidents and oil transportation norms: impact on supply security Strategic oil stocks and security of supply The functioning of the international oil markets and security implications

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EUROPEAN ENERGY STUDIES

Volume V

Shale Gas in Europe

Opportunities, risks, challenges: a multidisciplinary analysis with a focus on european specificities
Large-scale extraction of shale gas in North America over the last years has led to a growing attention on the potential opportunities and risks of unconventional gas extraction, including in Europe, where available sources are known to exist. The US experience shows that industry-wide extraction of shale gas may positively change the game, leading notably to increased security of supply. But the US experience also demonstrates that intensive extraction of shale gas entails environmental risks, in particular due to the intensive use of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing. Shale gas in Europe assesses the speci cities of large-scale shale gas extraction in Europe from a multidisciplinary viewpoint, that is from the point of view of engineers, economists, policymakers, lawyers and sociologists. Each topic is discussed in the light of the US experience, with a particular focus on highlighting how Europe is di erent. Shale gas in Europe evaluates the potential of shale gas in the EU, including potential risks. The institutional framework into place in the EU is explained as it de nes the legal and regulatory conditions under which industry-wide shale gas extraction will develop. Taking this background into consideration, the authors of Shale gas in Europe seek to anticipate the challenges ahead of shale gas extraction on the continent. Shale gas in Europe nally gives an account of individual stories in some EU countries, ranging from the French ban on shale gas to a wide governmental support in Poland.

Edited by CÉCILE MUSIALSKI Senior Associate Lawyer, Philippe & Partners, Brussels WERNER ZITTEL Senior Scientist, Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik STEFAN LECHTENBÖHMER Director Research Group: Future Energy and Mobility Structures Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy MATTHIAS ALTMANN Senior Consultant, Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik

HIGHLIGHTS
First book ever on Shale Gas in Europe A multidisciplinary viewpoint on Shale Gas extraction Evaluates all potentials, including all risks Including French and Polish Shale Gas cases

Written by ALGIRDE PIPIKAITE NIGEL SMITH QUENTIN PHILIPPE DOMINIK GREINACHER DAREN LUSCOMBE JAKUB JĘDRZEJAK EDYTA MATERKA ERNEST WYCISZKIEWICZ

MICHAEL B. BENNETT SEBASTIAN HELMES MICHAEL P. LENNON JR. CHRISTOPH EWEN DIETRICH BORCHARDT DIRK TESSMER ALEXANDRE DE ROBAULX DE BEAURIEUX

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EUROPEAN ENERGY STUDIES

Volume VI

A new Euro-Mediterranean Energy Roadmap

Towards a sustainable energy transition in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean region
In the aftermath of the Arab Spring, Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Countries (SEMCs) urgently need to nd a new path of strong and sustainable socio-economic development. Considering its macroeconomic and energy fundamentals, the region has a great potential for triggering o a new development process and the ongoing political changes can enhance such a new dynamic. The current energy situation in the region is characterized by a rapid increase of energy demand, low energy e ciency, and low domestic energy prices due to extensive universal consumption subsidy schemes. The current energy situation does not appear sustainable and poses several risks to the prospects of socio-economic development of the region. The recent Arab uprisings could provide the EU with the opportunity to play a more meaningful role in the region in the future. Energy is a topic of key importance for both the EU and SEMCs. In view of their geographic proximity, a further market integration would be in the interest of both sides. This book seeks to provide a comprehensive overview of the energy markets in SEMCs, and to propose a new sustainable energy transition for the overall Mediterranean region. In doing so, the book will assess a number of speci c issues such as the regional outlook for electricity and renewable energy, the current situation of the oil and gas sector and its outlook, also taking into consideration the most recent hydrocarbons developments occurring in the Eastern Mediterranean area and, nally, also proposing a series of innovative nancial schemes aimed at fuelling the sustainable energy transition of the overall Mediterranean region.

Written by MANFRED HAFNER Fellow, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM); President for Europe, MENA, Russia and CIS International Energy Consultants (IEC) SIMONE TAGLIAPIETRA Researcher, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) EL HABIB EL ANDALOUSSI Deputy Team Leader of the regional European project ‘’Paving the Way for the Mediterranean Solar Plan” (PWMSP)

HIGHLIGHTS
Focus on rapid increase of energy demand in SEMC’s Analysis of a possible more meaningful role of the EU in the region in the future Provides a comprehensive overview of the energy markets in SEMC’s Proposes a new sustainable energy transition Includes number of speci c issues as renewable energy, oil and gas sector, hydrocarbon developments, nancial schemes

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European Energy Journal
EUROPEAN ENERGY JOUNAL
The EEJ o ers the practitioner and the academic pro-active information on energy law and policy throughout Europe. It reports and comments relevant developments in the areas of internal market, competition law, energy e ciency, renewable energies, climate change, infrastructure, security of supply, and foreign energy policy. Each issue includes regular reports on legislative initiatives, case law and country developments. Providing accessible articles and straightforward information on all political, legal, economic, environmental, industrial, nancial and technical aspects of energy, the EEJ aims to be the leading cross-border platform for a multidisciplinary dialogue between all actors: energy providers and energy consumers, law makers and law rms, industry and investors, scholars and politicians.

Editorial Board
HELMUT SCHMITT VON SYDOW (Chief Editor) Professor at University of Lausanne and European College of Parma; former Director for Conventional Energies, European Commission NICOLE AHNER Scienti c Coordinator of the Loyola de Palacio Chair; Research Assistant, the Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute, Florence DORA BOYTHA Planning unit, European Parliament

ANGUS JOHNSTON Senior Law Fellow and CUF lecturer, University College, Oxford University ALGIRDE PIPIKAITE Associate, Fabiani & Company, Brussels LENA SANDBERG-MØRCH Lawyer, Oswell & Vahida, Brussels TIBOR SCHARF Member of Legal Service, European Commission

Advisory Board

PIERRE BERNARD Managing Partner, Bernard EnergyAdvocacy srl; Secretary General, ELIA WALTER BOLTZ Executive Director E-Control; Vice President, ACER Board of Regulators DÖRTE FOUQUET Partner, Becker Büttner Held, Brussels JEAN-MICHEL GLACHANT Director of the Florence School of Regulation, Holder of the Loyola de Palacio Chair, European University Institute, Florence LEIGH HANCHER Of Counsel, Allen & Overy, Amsterdam; Professor of Law, University of Tilburg

CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs, EC
LARS KJØLBYE

Partner Covington & Burling, Brussels MARK VAN STIPHOUT Member of the Cabinet of Commissioner Oettinger JORGE VASCONCELOS President NEWES JEAN-ARNOLD VINOIS Acting Director, Internal Energy Market Directorate, DG ENER, EC

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GÜNTHER OETTINGER EU Commissioner for Energy "The Future of Energy Policy – Towards an integrated European Energy Market " JEAN-ARNOLD VINOIS Acting Director, Internal Energy Market, DG ENER, EC "The Security of Energy Supply, one of the three pillars of the European Energy Policy"
Issue 1 - Oct 2011

other articles in issue 1 by: - HELMUT SCHMITT VON SYDOW - SUSANNE NIES

HELEN DONOGHUE Principal Administrator, European Commission “2050 Energy Roadmap: Energy Policy & Innovation” NICOLE AHNER Coordinator of the Loyola de Palacio Chair, European University Institute “EU Foreign Energy Policy – from Intergovernmentalism to Supranationalism”
Issue 2 - Jan 2012

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EUROPEAN ENERGY JOUNAL

JEAN MICHEL GLACHANT, MICHELLE HALLACK and MIGUEL VAZQUEZ all from Florence School of Regulation and Loyola de Palacio Chair, RSCAS, European University Institute “Building Gas Markets: US versus EU, market versus market model” ISABELLE MULLER Secretary General, EUROPIA “Can Europe retain its domestic re ning industry?”

other articles in issue 3 by: - LEONARDO MEEUS - ARKODEB SINHA

Issue 3 - April 2012

CONNIE HEDEGAARD EU Commissioner for Climate Action “Climate protection is not De-industrialisation but Re-industrialisation” JOS DELBEKE Director General, Climate Action, EC “The European Union’s Emissions Trading System”
Issue 4 - July 2012

other articles in issue 4 by: - JACQUES DE JONG - JEAN-MICHEL GLACHANT - MANFRED HAFNER - NICOLE AHNER - SIMONE TAGLIAPIETRA - SOPHIA RUESTER - LUIS OLMOS - CHARA VLACHOU

JACQUES DE JONG Senior fellow at Clingendael (CIEP) “A regional EU energy policy” ANDRÁS GYÜRK Member of the industry, research and energy committee of the European Parliament “How could Europe overcome its energy infrastructure challenge in the era of uncertainties”
Issue 5 - Oct 2012

other articles in issue 5 by: - LENA SANDBERG-MØRCH - PETER TUNER-KERR - KINDA MOHAMADIEH - ALGIRDE PIPIKAITE

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Volume I

The EU Gas Laws
European gas legislation is becoming increasingly complex and detailed since the introduction of an energy chapter by the Lisbon Treaty and the adoption of the third internal market package in 2009. The voluminous body of binding legislation is completed by guidelines, network codes and interpretative documents issued by the European Commission, the Agency of Energy Regulators, and the System Operators; consensus and soft law does not only bind its authors, but often leads to future consolidation through formal legislation. “The EU Gas Laws” o ers an up-to-date compendium of all gas legislation and soft law, including the Commission proposals for new legislation. It brings together, in a single volume, gas speci c provisions as well as horizontal provisions on other energy sectors and pertinent legislation concerning environment and energy e ciency, transEuropean networks and infrastructures, trade policy and international organisations, market integrity and transparency, and research and development. Such a comprehensive approach re ects the increasing importance of gas, beyond its traditional role for heat and power generation, as a bridging technology in the perspective of more renewable forms of energy. Gas is not only an energy source, but serves also as an energy carrier and a means for energy storage. “The EU Gas Laws” reproduces all pertinent provisions in an user friendly way.

THE EU GEO LAWS

Edited by HELMUT SCHMITT VON SYDOW Professor, University of Lausanne and European College of Parma; Former Director and Chief Legal Adviser, DG TREN, EC

HIGHLIGHTS
Unique edition compiling gas-relevant legislation and soft law Single point of access to up-to-date information Essential tool for practitioners, consultants, academics and experts in the gas sector

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Volume II

The EU Electricity Laws
The increased focus on renewable energy, the implementation of the EU’s Third Energy Package and other recent European energy initiatives mark an unprecedented stepping stone in the strengthening and further integration of the European Energy Market. The legal framework of the European energy sector is not left una ected by this evolving European Energy Market: it is undergoing fundamental and continuous changes. Key players such as the European Commission, the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) and the national transmission system operators, market players, generators, etc. are all heavily involved in this transformation. The impacts of the remodeling of the electricity sector’s legal environment are being felt at all levels and must be reckoned with in daily business transactions. Companies directly active in the electricity sector are not the only ones to feel the consequences; the reach of this makeover extends all the way to citizens’ lives and companies’ operations. In light of such core changes, a signi cant increase in volume and rapid evolution, navigating the EU electricity legislation maze has become a real challenge. “The EU Electricity Laws” provides the solution to this hurdle: a single publication combining the most relevant and up-to-date legislation. This rst edition is an indispensable work tool for every expert and practitioner regularly confronted with the daily challenges of the electricity sector.

THE EU GEO LAWS

Edited by PIERRE BERNARD Managing Partner, Bernard EnergyAdvocacy srl; Secretary General, ELIA With the cooperation of GUILLEMETTE SMADJA Lawyer, Member of the Brussels Bar VALÉRIE BERNARD Lawyer, Member of the New York Bar and the Brussels Bar

HIGHLIGHTS
Unique edition compiling sector-relevant legislation the

Single point of access to an up-todate legislation Essential tool for practitioners, advisors, academics and experts in the electricity eld

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Volume III

The EU Oil Laws
The Lisbon Treaty has introduced a speci c energy chapter into European primary law, re ecting the growing environmental and nancial problems as well as the concerns of security of supply and industrial competitiveness. In addition, the oil and petroleum sector is governed by various other Treaty provisions. They all lead to an increasing body of secondary legislation that spreads now over the complete value chain, from extraction, imports and distribution, to the quality and the use of petroleum products, including emissions, taxation and e ciency. “The EU Oil Laws” brings together, in a single volume, all oil speci c and horizontal energy provisions as well as pertinent legislation concerning environment and e ciency, stocks and infrastructures, security of supply and safety of production, trade policy and international organisations, investments and public procurement, market integrity and transparency, research and development. It o ers a user-friendly, up-to-date compendium of all oil legislation and soft law, including the recent Commission proposals on revised provisions for sulphur in marine fuels (July 2011), biofuels in road transport (October 2012) and on the safety of o shore installations (October 2012) in the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon accident.

THE EU GEO LAWS

Edited by HELMUT SCHMITT VON SYDOW Professor, University of Lausanne and European College of Parma; Former Director and Chief Legal Adviser, DG TREN, EC

HIGHLIGHTS
Unique edition compiling oil-relevant legislation and soft law Single point of access to up-to-date information Essential tool for practitioners, consultants, academics and experts in the oil value chain

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Volume I - Second Edition

Procedure

Antitrust - Merger - State Aid
With the adoption of Regulation 1/2003 at the end of 2002, Regulation 773/2004 and Regulation 794/2004 in April 2004, the procedures organizing the enforcement of EU Competition Law, at both the national and European level, have undergone a major transformation. In particular, these reforms have made Articles 101 and 102 TFEU directly applicable in full, changed the manner in which undertakings might get legal security regarding their agreements and provided for a much greater role in Community competition law enforcement for national competition authorities. This second edition of Procedure gives a complete working guide to these new procedures as well as a detailed examination of Court case law in this complex and important area of law.

Written by GIAN LUIGI TOSATO Professor of EU Law, La Sapienza University Rome Founder and head of Studio Legale Tosato LEONARDO BELLODI Executive Vice President of Government A airs, ENI Visiting Professor, University of Padua

HIGHLIGHTS
Complete working guide to the new procedures Detailed examination of Court case law Practical revised volume in a very complex and important area of law

EU COMPETITION LAW

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Volume II - Second Edition

Mergers and Acquisitions
Written by the key Commission and European Court o cials in this area, this unique title not only provides the most exhaustive analysis of EU Merger Law, with over 1000 pages of detailed analysis and comment. This Second Edition also provides a unique insight and quide into the way that Commission o cials approach cases in practice.

Edited by GÖTZ DRAUZ Partner, Howrey LLP Brussels Former Deputy Director-General, DG COMP, EC CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs Former Director, New and Renewable Sources of Energy, Energy E ciency & Innovation, DG ENER, EC Written by CLAES BENGTSSON Cabinet Expert, Cabinet Commissioner Karl de Gucht, EC JULIA BROCKHOFF Assistant to Director-General, DG COMP, EC GIUSEPPE CONTE Commission Lawyer, State Aid Team of the Legal Service, EC NADIA DE SOUZA Policy O cer, Implementation of ETS, DG CLIMA, EC DANIEL DITTERT Legal Secretary, DG COMP, EC GÖTZ DRAUZ Partner, Howrey LLP, Brussels; Former Deputy Director-General, DG COMP, EC CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs, EC GUILLAUME LORIOT Deputy Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Joaquin Almunia, EC JOHANNES LUEBKING Head of Merger Unit, DG COMP, EC JOACHIM LÜCKING Head of Unit, Antitrust and Telecommunications, DG COMP, EC

HIGHLIGHTS
Most exhaustive analysis of EU merger law Written by o cials from the European Commission and the European Court of Justice Merger control in speci c sectors

EU COMPETITION LAW

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Volume III - Second Edition

Cartels and Collusive Behaviour
Restrictive Agreements and Practices between Competitors
In the European Union there is an important reason to ght cartels, related to the political objective of market integration pursued by the Community institutions. International cartels can seriously undermine the e orts to create a truly integrated European market. This

Second Edition provides a unique insight of Europe’s leading experts on how to deal with cartel cases in practice before both the European Commission and the European Courts. With over 1200 pages of text, analysis and annexes it is essential reading and

reference for all practitioners, advisors and academics working in this area.

Edited by MARIO SIRAGUSA Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Rome CESARE RIZZA Counsel, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Rome Written by GIANLUCA FAELLA Associate, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Rome SHAUN GOODMAN Partner, Kirkland & Ellis International LLP, London SILKE HEINZ Counsel, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Cologne FRANCESCA M. MORETTI Senior Attorney, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Milan CESARE RIZZA Counsel, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Rome ROBERT SCHULZ Senior Counsel Competition at Siemens AG and former Associate, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP MARIO SIRAGUSA Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Rome SERGIO SORINAS Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills, Paris; former counsel, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP

HIGHLIGHTS
Unique insight of Europe’s leading experts Essential reading and reference for all practitioners, advisors and academics working in this area Including application of art 101 TFEU, cartel proceedings, leniencies for companies, judicial reviews of cartel decisions

EU COMPETITION LAW

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Volume IV

State Aid
With the adoption of its 2005 Action Plan, the European Commission has launched a major reform of its State Aid policy. New Rules on research and development and innovation, risk capital, regional policy and services of general economic interest have recently been adopted. This book explains in detail the substance and procedure established by the EU Treaty rules on State Aid, as well as covering these major changes. It also provides an exhaustive guide to the major upheaval of the Commission’s State Aid policy that has taken place in recent years.

Edited by WOLFGANG MEDERER Head of Unit, Private Enforcement, DG COMP, EC NICOLA PESARESI Head of Unit, State aid and scrutiny, DG COMP, EC MARC VAN HOOF Director / Principal Legal Advisor, SOC Team, EC Written by BRICE ALLIBERT ALEXANDER ANTONIADIS JASMIN BATTISTA DANIEL BOESHERTZ ANDREA BOMHOFF ANNA COLUCCI ANN-SOPHIE DUPONT ANNE FORT ANNA FOSZCZYNSKI DAVIDE GRESPAN MEHDI HOCINE RADOS HORACEK PAOLA ICARDI ANNA JAROSZ-FRIIS CHRISTOPHER JONES THIBAUT KLEINER ELISKA KUTENICOVA MAX LIENEMEYER WOLFGANG MEDERER DAMIEN NEVEN

HIGHLIGHTS
The revision of the environmental state aid guidelines, notably to take account of the EU’s new European Energy Policy, with its increased focus on renewable energy and the emissions trading scheme The adoption of a rst draft of a new comprehensive general state aid block exemption The new Commission Communication on reference rates The review of the commission’s policy on public gurantees The review of the rescue and restructuring aid guidelines The increasingly important dimension of the multilateral state aid discipline in the global context

HAROLD NYSSENS JUAN JORGE PIERNAS LÓPEZ NICOLA PESARESI ALEXANDER RIEDL ALMORO RUBIN DE CERVIN SANDRO SANTAMATO TIBOR SCHARF PASCAL SCHLOESSLEN ANNE THEO SEINEN CHRISTINA SIATERLI KARL SOUKUP AGNIEZSKA STOBIECKA-KUIK EVELINA TUMASONYT CARLOS URRACA CAVIEDES KOEN VAN DE CASTEELE MARC VAN HOOF VINCENT VEROUDEN KATERINA WALKEROVÁ JAN GERRIT WESTERHOF BRUNO ZANETTIN

EU COMPETITION LAW

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Volume V

Abuse of Dominance Under Article 102 TFEU
Article 102 TFEU, concerning the abuse of a dominant position, has probably never played a more prominent role in EU anti-trust policy than today. In 2009 there were high pro le cases involving Microsoft, Intel, GDF Suez, and numerous others, and at the end of 2008 the Commission issued new Guidance on enforcement priorities in applying Article 102 to abusive exclusionary conduct. Article 102 represents in many respects probably the most rapidly evolving area of EU anti-trust law. This title gives a complete working guide to all new procedures as well as a detailed examination of Court jurisprudence in this complex and important area of law. This major new publication will give an in-depth working guide to the application of Article 102 in practice, including the evolution in policy resulting from the important Commission Review and the economic approach to its application that is becoming the hallmark of recent Commission policy in this area. The authors represent the leading authorities in this area, with wide experience both within the European Commission and private practice.

Edited by FRANCISCO ENRIQUE GONZÁLEZ-DÍAZ Partner Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Brussels Written by MATTHEW BENNETT Vice President of Charles River Associates; former Director of Economics, O ce of Fair Trading, UK CHRISTOPHER COOK Counsel, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Brussels JUSTIN COOMBS Senior Vice President at Compass Lexecon, London UK; former Director at LECG FRÉDÉRIC DE BURE Counsel, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Paris MIGUEL DE LA MANO Head of Unit, Analysis of Financial Market Issues, DG MARKT, EC; former Economist at the Chief Economist Team, DG COMP, EC MAURITS DOLMANS Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, LLP London/Brussels MARCUS GLADER Partner, Vinge, Stockholm; former Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Brussels THOMAS GRAF Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Brussels IOANIS KOKKORIS Professor of Law and Economics, University of Reading

ROBBERT SNELDERS Partner Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Brussels

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EU COMPETITION LAW

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Volume VI

Vertical Restraints
This new volume analyses in considerable detail the antitrust issues arising from vertical restraints and presents a comprehensive map and critical assessment of current enforcement practice in the European Union. The purpose of the book is to provide extensive guidance to practitioners, businesses and researchers, as well as to contribute to the ongoing debate on the application of EU competition rules to distribution and other vertical agreements. The book contains thoughtful contributions written by leading practitioners and scholars from di erent countries, which address the general framework for assessing vertical restraints and cover a wide range of vertical practices. After discussing the pro-competitive rationale and potential negative e ects of vertical restraints and the introduction of an economic approach by the Commission, the book analyses the block exemption regulation and critically reviews the limits of the 2010 revision of EU rules on vertical restraints. The following chapters then explore in detail enforcement practices concerning the most commonly used vertical restrictions and speci c agreements entered into by rms situated at di erent levels of the production chain. In particular, the authors provide an extensive review of the issues raised by the individual assessment of resale price restrictions, exclusive distribution and customer allocation, selective distribution, single-branding, tying, upfront access payments and category management. Speci c chapters are devoted also to franchising, agency and sub-contracting agreements. The book’s continuous references to economic analysis insights and comparisons with the experiences of other legal systems contribute to its value and usefulness.

Edited by MARIO SIRAGUSA Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Rome GIANLUCA FAELLA Associate, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Rome Written by CHRISTOPHER COOK Counsel, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Brussels GIANLUCA FAELLA Associate, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Rome PAUL GILBERT Associate, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, London TILMAN KUHN Counsel, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Cologne LUIGI NASCIMBENE Associate, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Milan RUCHIT PATEL Associate, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, London CIRO DANIELE PIRO Associate, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Rome ALICE SETARI Associate, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Brussels

HIGHLIGHTS
Analyses the antitrust issues arising from vertical restraints Extensive guidance to practitioners, businesses and researchers Covers a wide range of vertical practices Analyses the 2010 revision of EU rules Resale price restrictions, selective distribution, single-branding, tying, upfront access payments and category management

EU COMPETITION LAW

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€ 275 | 450 p. (hardback bound) | ISBN 9789491673009 | June 2013

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The EU’s Climate Policy
This book gives an up-to-date account of the EU's climate policies that apply across the European economy. It explains the nuts and bolts of the world's largest carbon market, the EU emission trading system, as it is now functioning in a new form as of 1.1.2013. It explains the importance of using market forces to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, discusses binding caps, large scale auctions and the use of revenues and support given for modernisation and deployment of innovative technologies, free allocation and 'carbon leakage', action on aviation emissions, the registry IT system, monitoring, reporting and veri cation, the use of international credits and incentives given to action outside the EU. It also discusses the use of clean development mechanism credits applicable from 2013 onwards, the developing links of the EU system with Australia and Switzerland as well as an outlook on pathways to building a truly international carbon market. Another part describes the e ort sharing decision that sets binding national targets for sectors not covered by the EU emission trading system, and explains the EU-level policies that support meeting these targets. These include CO2 emission limit values for passenger cars, energy e ciency regulations, the fuel quality Directive and regulations on non-CO2 greenhouse gases. Activity on land use and forestry is also covered. The nal part describes the main challenges for developing an e ective international climate policy. It sketches the progress to date and in particular the changing dynamics and growing complexity in the climate negotiations. It focuses on the challenges ahead in the negotiations on a new legally binding agreement, to be nalised by 2015 and to be implemented from 2020 onwards.

Edited by JOS DELBEKE Director-General, DG CLIMA, EC Written by GER KLAASSEN Policy Analyst, Strategy and Economic Assessment, DG CLIMA, EC JÜRGEN LEFEVERE Adviser, International and Climate Strategy, DG CLIMA, EC DAMIEN MEADOWS Adviser, European and International Carbon Markets, DG CLIMA, EC ARTUR RUNGE-METZGER Director, International and Climate Strategy, DG CLIMA, EC YVON SLINGENBERG Head of Unit, Implementation of ETS, DG CLIMA, EC PETER ZAPFEL Head of Coordination, O ce of Policy Coordination and liaison with DG ENV, DG CLIMA, EC

HIGHLIGHTS
Up to date account of the EU’s climate policies Explains importance of using market forces to reduce greenhouse gas emissions Outlook on pathways to building a truly international carbon market EU-level policies national targets for binding

Main challenges for developing an e ective international climate policy (to be nalised in 2015)

€ 27,50 | 160 p. (paperback) | ISBN 9789491673016 | May 2013

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5 & 6 February 2013 - Brussels

EU Energy Law & Policy
8th Annual Conference
2012 has been another key year for EU Energy Law and Policy, with important new directives and communications. On June 6, 2012 the Commission published a communication on Renewable Energy that builds on the Commission communication ‘Energy Roadmap 2050’ and presents policy measures to accelerate the development of renewable energy. The new Infrastructures Regulation, expected by the end of 2012, will without doubt have a massive impact on the energy market. Infrastructures form the backbone of any economy and energy is vital to our way of life. Electricity transmission, gas and oil pipelines, smart grids, storage of energy and, later on, CO2 transport are essential elements of our present and future energy systems. Energy Security and Safety is another important topic on the Commission agenda; under the new draft regulation (2010/0303(COD)) new initiatives are taken on a.o. safety of o shore oil and gas prospection, exploration and production activities. On Competition Law in Energy Markets, the recent judgments of June 29 on a market sharing agreement involving E.ON and GDF (T-360/09 and T370/09) contains many interesting insights into the EU energy sector. By the end of 2012 the Commission is also expected to publish a new communication on The Internal Energy Market assessing the state of play of the process towards completion of the internal energy market by the 2014 deadline. This review will be instrumental in identifying the necessity of possible further actions required to ensure that this objective is realized. Understanding these new proposals, regulations and communications will be vital to all those involved in the EU’s energy markets. Claeys & Casteels is therefore proud to invite you to participate in the 8th Annual EU Energy Law & Policy Conference which will take place in Brussels on the 5th and 6th of February, 2013. This conference is widely recognized as the most important energy event on

the Brussels calendar and will once more provide platform bringing together key policy makers and stakeholders such as, practitioners, lawyers and academics to discuss the challenges and opportunities at the heart of many EU Energy Law and Policy issues. Alongside keynote presentations and roundtable discussions on the above mentioned main topics, Claeys & Casteels will present this year two special ‘Energy Theme of the Day’- sessions; On the 5th of February the theme will be Shale Gas in Europe. During the session the focus will be on the legal, environmental, economic and security aspects of shale gas extraction. External Relations will be the focus of the second special ‘Energy Theme of the Day’session on the 6th of February. An optimizing international collaboration is crucial in moving forward as EU member states increasingly identify and deal with the common challenges represented by issues such as climate change, access to oil and gas, energy e ciency and energy sustainability. This two day conference will provide you with a unique opportunity to get fully updated on all the major and current EU energy related topics. You will gain an unparalleled insight in regard to present and upcoming changes in EU energy regulations and communications from Europe’s best known energy experts, lawyers, academics and decision makers, e.g.: Philip Lowe (Director-General, DG ENER, EC), Jos Delbeke (DirectorGeneral, DG CLIMA, EC), Mechthild Wörsdörfer (Head of Unit , DG ENER,EC), Carina Vopel (Head of Unit, DG ENV, EC), Nicola Pesaresi (Head of Unit, DG COMP, EC), Celine Gauer (Head of Unit, DG COMP, EC), Jean-Michel Glachant (Director of Florence School of Regulation), Jacques de Jong (Senior Fellow, Clingendael International Energy Programme (CIEP)), Giacomo Luciani (Master in Intl. Energy, Paris School of International A airs), Manfred Hafner (Fellow, Fondazione Enrico Eni Mattei (FEEM)), Leigh Hancher (Of counsel, Allen & Overy, Amsterdam), Lars Kjølbye (Partner Covington & Burling, Brussels), Nadjib Otmane (President MEDREG), Leonid Grigoryev (Former Dep. Minister of Economy and Finance, Russia; President, Institute for Energy and Finance, Moscow).

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16 April 2013 - Brussels

EU Energy Conference on Shale Gas
At the occasion of the publication of the book Shale Gas in Europe edited by Cécile Musialski, Stefan Lechtenböhmer, Werner Zittel and Matthias Altmann, Claeys & Casteels organizes the Shale Gas in Europe conference. All opportunities and challenges will be presented and discussed. The conference will focus on a multidisciplinary analysis with a focus on European speci cities. Speakers include o cials from DG ENER, DG ENV and DG CLIMATE ACTION as well as experts from all over Europe. The conference will also focus on Shale Gas Developments in the USA and case studies in a.o. Poland, Lithania and France.

17 April 2013 - Brussels

The New Infrastructure Directive and the Electricity Markets Master Class
In this Masterclass the new infrastructure directive will be discussed in detail by the commissions ‘architects’ of this directive and will strongly focus on all e ects of this new directive on the electricity sector. The given thorough insight in these new rules will be discussed and presented by Europe’s experts in this eld. The Masterclass will be moderated by Pierre Bernard.

CONFERENCES & MASTER CLASSES

4 & 5 June - Brussels

EU Energy Law & Policy
5th Annual Master Class

For the fth time Claeys & Casteels presents The European Energy Law & Policy Master Class, an intensive two-day training course on the key issues of Europe’s emerging energy policy lead by key European academics and lawyers, Commission o cials and industry gures. This two day course is designed to precisely meet the need to understand the new EU Energy Law proposals and their subsequent implementations through a truly detailed (often clause-by-clause) examination of the most important developments, lead by an outstanding faculty.

for programme details, speaker information or registrations: please visit our website: or contact our event management directly: conferences@claeys-casteels.com, tel: +32 477 93 28 50

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Volume I

EU Shipping Law

(Brussels Commentary)
Waterborne transport is of crucial importance within the European Union. Almost 90% of the EU external freight trade and 40% of the intra EU-exchanges are carried by sea. With respect to its signi cant coastline, the environmental aspects of shipping transport services have to be considered carefully within the EU. Each year, the European ports have to cope with more than 400 million passengers. Thus, the shipping sector is also an important employer. The Brussels Commentary on EU Shipping Law provides a comprehensive article-by-article analysis of the relevant regulations and directives of the shipping sector. It covers systematically its main issues such as Access, Regulatory, Environment, Health/Safety, Consumer Protection, Carriage of goods/passengers, Means of transport, Competition, State Aid, Infrastructure, Labour and Litigation.

Edited by MICHAEL JÜRGEN WERNER Partner, Norton Rose LLP, Brussels Written by THOMAS BRINKMANN, LL.M. Partner, Schackow, Bremen CARSTEN GRAU Partner, DLA Piper, Hamburg MELIS ÖZDEL Lecturer in Law, University College, London MICHAEL R. PIMM Partner, Orrick, London JÜRGEN SIEMERS Partner, CMS Hasche Sigle, Hamburg MICHAEL JÜRGEN WERNER Partner, Norton Rose LLP, Brussels

HIGHLIGHTS
Comprehensive article-by-article analysis Maritime and inland waterways All relevant legislation, directives and commentaries All relevant issues are included

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€ 245 | 2.000 p. (hardback bound) | ISBN 9789491673092 | November 2013

proudly presenting you the Claeys & Casteels authors, editors and contributors
ABREU MARQUES, PAULA - 9 AHNER, NICOLE - 8, 12, 13, 18 ALLIBERT, BRICE - 26 ALTMANN, MATTHIAS - 16 ANTONIADIS, ALEXANDER - 26 AZEVEDO, ISABEL - 13 BATTISTA, JASMIN - 26 BELLODI, LEONARDO - 23 BELMANS, RONNIE - 13 BENGTSSON, CLAES - 24 BENNETT, MICHAEL B. - 16 BENNETT, MATTHEW - 27 BERGE, HANS TEN - 6 BERNAERTS, INGE - 8, 11 BERNARD, PIERRE - 8, 18, 21 BERNARD, VALÉRIE - 21 BEYER, SYLVIA - 9 BOESHERTZ, DANIEL - 26 BOLTZ, WALTER - 18 BOMHOFF, ANDREA - 26 BONNERY, CHRISTOPHE - 13 BORCHARDT, DIETRICH - 16 BOUCHER, JACQUELINE - 13 BOYTHA, DORA - 18 BRINKMANN, THOMAS - 32 BROCKHOFF, JULIA - 24 BROPHY, VIVIENNE - 10 BURE, FRÉDÉRIC DE - 27 BURGHARDT, CHRISTOPHER - 8 CABAU, EMMANUEAL - 2, 3 CASTEELE, KOEN VAN DE - 26 COLUCCI, ANNA - 26 CONTE, GIUSEPPE - 24 COOK, CHRISTOPHER - 27, 28 COOMBS, JUSTIN - 27 COX, LOREN C. - 13 CROSS, SAM - 6 CURTIN, JOSEPH - 10 DAVID, LAURENT - 13 DELBEKE, JOS - 7, 29 DEVLIN, BRENDAN - 9 D'HAESELEER, WILLIAM - 13 DITTERT, DANIEL - 24 DOBBENI, DANIEL - 11 DOHERTY, ANTHONY - 2 DOLMANS, MAURITS - 27 DONNELLY, MARIE - 10 DONOGHUE, HELEN - 13 DRAUZ, GÖTZ - 24 DUPONT, ANN-SOPHIE - 26 EL ANDLOUSSI, EL HABIB - 17 ERMACORA, FLORIAN - 2 EWEN, CHRISTOPH - 16 FAELLA, GIANLUCA - 25, 28 FELLRATH GAZZINI, ISABELLE - 8 FORT, ANNE - 26 FOSZCZYNSKI, ANNA - 26 FOUQUET, DÖRTE - 5, 6, 8, 10, 18 GAUER, CELINE - 8 GERARD, DAMIEN - 25 GILBERT, PAUL - 28 GLACHANT, JEAN-MICHEL - 8, 9, 12, 13, 18 GLADER, MARCUS - 27 GONZÁLEZ DÍAZ, FRANCISCO ENRIQUE - 27 GOODMAN, SHAUN - 25 GRAF, THOMAS - 27 GRÄPER, FLORIS - 2 GRAU, CARSTEN - 32 GREINACHER, DOMINIK - 16 GRESPAN, DAVIDE - 26 HAFNER, MANFRED - 12, 13, 17 HALL, FIONA - 8 HANCHER, LEIGH - 3, 18 HARTRIDGE, OLIVIA - 7 HAUTECLOQUE, ADRIEN DE - 8 HEINZ, SILKE - 25 HELD, CHRISTIAN - 10 HELLNER, CECILIA - 6 HELMES, SEBASTIAN - 16 HENRY, CLAUDE - 13 HERCSUTH, ANDREA - 4 HIRSCHHAUSEN, CHRISTIAN VON - 13 HOCINE, MEHDI - 26 HODSON, PAUL - 4 HOOF, MARC VAN - 26 HOOS, EVA - 6 HORACEK, RADOS - 26 HOWES, TOM - 4 HOYOS PEREZ, JOSÉ - 9 ICARDI, PAOLA - 26 JAROSZ-FRISS, ANNA - 26 JĘDRZEJAK, JAKUB - 16 JOHANSSON, THOMAS B. - 6 JOHNSTON, ANGUS - 18 JONES, CHRISTOPHER - 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 18, 24, 26 JONG, JACQUES DE - 12 KADERJAK, PETER - 8, 9 KAMPHUES, STEPHAN - 11 KJØLBYE, LARS - 3, 8, 18 KLAASSEN, GER - 29 KLEINER, THIBAUT - 26 KOKKORIS, IOANIS - 27 KOTTASZ, EMESE - 4 KUHN, TILMAN - 28 KUTENICOVA, ELISKA - 26 LADEFOGED, NIELS - 4 LANDES, VALERIE - 3 LAYNE-FARRAR, ANNE - 27 LECHTENBÖHMER, STEFAN - 16 LEFEVERE, JÜRGEN - 7, 29

The numbers refer to the publication pages in this catalogue.

LENNON JR., MICHAEL P. - 16 LIENEMEYER, MAX - 26 LORIOT, GUILLAUME - 24 LOWE, PHILIP - 8, 9 LUCIANI, GIACOMO - 15 LÜCKING, JOACHIM - 24 LUEBKING, JOHANNES - 24 LUNDBERG, GUNNAR - 13 LUSCOMBE, DAREN - 16 MANO, MIGUEL DE LA - 27 MARCANTONINI, CLAUDIO - 13 MATERKA, EDYTA - 16 MEADOWS, DAMIEN - 7, 8, 29 MEDERER, WOLFGANG - 26 MEEUS, LEONARDO - 13 MOGG, LORD JOHN - 8 MOMOT, MILOSZ - 11 MORETTI, FRANCESCA M. - 25 MUSAZZI, VITTORIO - 11 MUSIALSKI, CÉCILE - 16 NASCIMBENE, LUIGI - 28 NEUMANN, ANNE - 13 NEVEN, DAMIEN - 26 NUTTALL, WILLIAM J. - 13 NYSSENS, HAROLD - 26 NYSTEN, JANA V. - 10 OLDALE, ALISON - 27 OLMOS, LUIS - 13 ÖZDEL, MELIS - 32 PADILLA, JORGE - 27 PANEK, JAN - 9, 11 PATEL, RUCHIT - 28 PEREZ-ARRIAGA, IGNACIO - 13 PERROT, ANNE - 27 PESARESI, NICOLA - 8, 26 PHILIPPE, QUENTIN - 16 PIERGIOVANNI, MICHELE - 27 PIERNAS LÓPEZ, JUAN JORGE - 26 PIMM, MICHAEL R. - 32 PIPIKAITE, ALGIRDE - 16, 18 PIREDDA, MARCO - 13 PIRO, CIRO DANIELE - 28 POLO, MICHELE - 27 POTOSCHNIG, ALBERTO - 11 RANCI, PIPPO - 13 RAPF, OLIVER - 10 RIEDL, ALEXANDER - 26 RIZZA, CESARE - 25 ROBAULX DE BEAURIEUX, ALEXANDRE DE - 16 RUBIN DE CERVIIN, ALOMORO - 26 RUESTER, SOPHIA - 13 RUNGE-METSGER, ARTUR - 7, 29 RYAN, LISA - 10 SAGUAN, MARCELO - 13 SALERNO, FRANCESCO - 8

SALINGER, MICHAEL A. - 27 SAMPAIO NUNES, PEDRO DE - 6 SANDBERG-MØRCH, LENA - 18 SANTAMATO, SANDRO - 26 SCHARF, TIBOR - 18, 26 SCHLOESSLEN, PASCAL - 26 SCHMITT VON SYDOW, HELMUT - 8, 18, 20, 22 SCHÖPE, MARTIN - 6 SCHOSER, CHRISTOF - 2, 13 SCHÜLE, RALPH - 10 SCHULZ, ROBERT - 25 SEINEN, ANNE THEO - 26 SETARI, ALICE - 28 SIATERLI, CHRISTINA - 26 SIEMERS, JÜRGEN - 32 SIKOW-MAGNY, CATHARINA - 8, 9, 11 SILLA, OLIVIER - 2 SIRAGUSA, MARIO - 25, 28 SLINGENBERG, YVON - 7, 29 SMADJA, GUILLEMETTE - 21 SMITH, NIGEL - 16 SNELDERS, ROBBERT - 27 SORINAS, SERGIO - 25 SOUKUP, KARL - 26 SOUZA, NADIA DE - 24 STASCHUS, KONSTANTIN - 9, 11 STEEN, HANS VAN - 4 STIPHOUT, MARK VAN - 9, 18 STOBIECKA-KUIK, AGNIEZSKA - 26 SUBIOTTO QC, ROMANO - 27 TAGLIAPIETRA, SIMONE - 12, 14, 17 TEMPLE LANG, JOHN - 27 TESSMER, DIRK - 16 TOSATO, GIAN LUIGI - 23 TRIBUZI, GIUSEPPE - 13 TULLIUS, KAI - 11 TUMASONYT, EVELINA - 26 URRACA CAVIEDES, CARLOS - 26 VAINIO, MATTI - 7 VASCONCELOS, JORGE - 18 VEROUDEN, VINCENT - 26 VERSEILLE, JEAN - 11 VINOIS, JEAN-ARNOLD - 8, 9, 11, 18 VIS, PETER - 7 WALKEROVÁ, KATERINA - 26 WEBSTER, WILLIAM - 2 WERNER, MICHAEL JÜRGEN - 32 WESTERHOF, JAN GERRIT - 26 WÖRSDÖRFER, MECHTHILD - 8 WOUDE, MARC VAN DER - 3 WYCISZKIEWICZ, ERNEST - 16 ZANETTIN, BRUNO - 26 ZAPFEL, PETER - 7, 29 ZITTEL, WERNER - 16 ZSIGRI, MONIKA - 9, 11

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