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Licensing of Electricity and Gas Wholesale Activities in Central, Eastern & Southeastern Europe

Wolf Theiss is pleased to publish The Wolf Theiss Guide To: Licensing of Electricity and Gas Wholesale Activities in Central, Eastern & Southeastern Europe. In recent years, this part of Europe has seen increasing interest in participation in the wholesale energy markets. Our energy team has handled numerous licensing procedures throughout the region both in the electricity and the natural gas market. The most challenging aspect is often helping our clients manoeuvre through the labyrinth of regulations, hence our decision to publish this Wolf Theiss Guide To: Licensing of Electricity and Gas Wholesale Activities in Central, Eastern & Southeastern Europe. It is intended as a practical guide to the principal regulatory features of the licensing of wholesale activities in 13 jurisdictions covered by Wolf Theiss.

In the first part of the guide, we present an executive summary of the regulatory licensing framework applicable in each of the 13 jurisdictions covered. The second chapter of the guide contains an outline of the current status of the internal energy market in the European Union and highlights the regulatory "patchwork" regarding access to the physical wholesale energy markets in our region. The regulatory framework applicable in each jurisdiction is described in more detail in the country chapters. To facilitate the reference to the relevant sections, all the country chapters follow a uniform structure and start with a detailed table of contents including the relevant page numbers. When they are used, defined terms apply to the specific country chapter only.

To view or download The Wolf Theiss Guide To: Licensing of Electricity and Gas Wholesale Activities in Central, Eastern & Southeastern Europe please click here.

Except where stated otherwise, the information contained in this Wolf Theiss guide was correct as of 1 October 2013. While every effort has been made to ensure that the information was accurate when finalised, the guide should be used only as a general reference guide and should not be relied upon as definitive for planning concrete transactions. In these rapidly changing legal markets, the laws and regulations are frequently revised, either by legislative amendments or by administrative interpretations.

For further information please contact

Zoltán
Faludi
Partner
Hungary
László
Kenyeres
Partner
Hungary

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