5 EEJ 1 (2015)

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                                                                Volume  5 | Issue 1| February 2015

         Mandaed)b the Ministerial Co ilthe Hih Lel Refleon Gro c d byJerzyBuzek
 maIkes loi tanl~t po osa fAn Energy Commnity  for the Futureto          p     in 2015
 Alberto Quintavalla coni       th weak dispute settlement procedure in the Energy        28
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 Do gas flw fol lo  - rice spread?Chris Cuijpers and Andres Tirez ask, deonstrati that thee  e

Bernd Rajal shows that many l  q       m   aris in connection with th Igai

Law making      Energy files during the fourth quarter of 2014                              3
Case law        Case C-66/1 3 The Court of Justice confirms extent of the Union's exclusive external  9
                competence in the field of energy
Book reviews    S. Kadelbach, Solidaritat als Europaisches Rechtsprinzip?; M. Nettesheim, Gesetzgebungsverfahren im  12
                Europaischen Staatenverbundand

Country reports

On the scene

Poland: New regime for hydrocarbon exploration and shale gas; Italy: Spread-incentives scheme
for photovoltaic plants; Spain: No tariff deficits for electricity; economic and financial stability;
Bulgaria: Restoration of the uranium industry
From the Energy Comnmnunity to the Energy Union






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