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Competition Commission opens proceedings against Repsol for possible abuse of dominant position by offering additional discounts

Link Securities| The Spanish National Markets and Competition Commission (CNMC) has just opened a disciplinary case against Repsol (REP) for offering additional discounts to its customers, according to the finance and business daily, Expansión. For the CNMC, this practice that the oil company has carried out through the companies Repsol Comercial de Productos Petrolíferos, S. A., Repsol Directo, S. A., Repsol Customer Centric, S. L., Solred, S. A., Campsa Estaciones…


CNMC Fines Major Spanish Construction Companies 203 Million Euros For Sharing Contracts Until 2017

The National Markets and Competition Commission (CNMC) has fined six of Spain’s leading construction companies 203.6 million euros for having altered thousands of public tenders for building and civil works infrastructure contracts over 25 years. The companies penalised are Acciona, Dragados, FCC, Ferrovial, OHLA and Sacyr. According to the CNMC, between 1992 and April 2017, the construction companies met weekly to analyse tenders for works carried out by the various…

Ministry of Ecological Transition answers CNMC

After the response of the Ministry of Ecological Transition, Enagas and REE remain underweight

Santander Corporate & Investment | The Ministry of Ecological Transition has published its response to the regulator´s (CNMC) proposals for changes to the rules on the gas and electricity transportation and distribution networks and gas storage installations. Based on the four documents presented in CNMC before the 9 August deadline, the Ministry values the regulator´s proposals favourably.

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Spain power system posts surplus in 2015 after 14 years of deficit

The CNMC said 2015 was the first year that the electricity system posted a surplus after 14 consecutive years of deficit. The full-year surplus was 550 million euros which the regulator has said should be earmarked for paying down debt, in line with the guidelines included in the last electricity sector reform.