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Competition Law in the Energy Sector
23 & 24 March 2022, Virtual Conference
Delivered Live (CET Time) & On-Demand Afterwards

23 & 24 March 2022, Virtual Conference
Delivered Live (CET Time) & On-Demand Afterwards

Competition Law in the Energy Sector Conference

Analyse responses to the energy crisis, new energy markets, sustainability initiatives and more to ensure that you are fully up to date with a rapidly evolving sector.

Get the full picture - join regulators, in-house counsel and eminent lawyers.


Competition Law in the Energy Sector will be a fully digital event, including live-streamed presentations, practical panel discussions, virtual coffee table area for spontaneous conversations, 1:1 networking,  interactive Q&As, engaging polls and post-event downloadable resources.

Why attend the Competition Law in the Energy Sector conference?

EU Enforcement Priorities

Hear directly from the European Commission on their recent investigations, approaches to new markets and the Green deal, sustainability and Fit for 55 initiatives.

Regulation & Responses to the Energy Crisis

Gain an update on integration in energy markets and network codes, then consider responses to the energy crisis including to what extent competition law tools can address it and the prospects for reintroduction of price regulation.

Nord Stream 2

Debate security of supply concerns and the alleged under supply by Russia, as well as whether regulation of the gas sector and related competition law enforcement has contributed to shortages in gas.

New Markets in the Energy Sector

Analyse the challenges posed by new markets to competition law, including how hydrogen markets are being treated and gain an update on recent investigations into charging stations and electricity.

State Aid & Foreign Subsidies Regime

Join this session to consider policy developments and new state aid guidelines on "Climate, Energy and Environmental Aid", as well as the implications of foreign subsidies regime (EU and UK) on the energy sector.

Merger Control & Foreign Direct Investment

Review recent mergers in the energy sector, including the impact of sustainability objectives. Then, analyse foreign direct investment rules for the energy sector.


Wherever you are in the world, Competition Law in the Energy Sector is coming to you.

Expert industry speakers. Hundreds of connections. Unparalleled networking opportunities. All delivered online, direct to you.

  • In-depth sessions, live Q&As and engaging polls
  • Connect with your peers before, during and after the event with 1:1 or group video meetings
  • Virtual "coffee tables" and spontaneous encounters with old friends and new
  • Download detailed presentations to revisit in your own time
  • Increased flexibility to fit Competition Law in the Energy Sector around your schedule
  • Benefit from reduced costs and save time


We have a number of exclusive and innovative sponsorship and speaking options, to help you demonstrate thought leadership in the Competition Law arena.

For more information please contact Enes Duzen at or call Enes on +44 (0) 20 8052 0469.

Radvile Circaite

UAB Litgas

Well organised event with good speakers and informative agenda that gave deep insight into practical issues and concerns