Tag: CPC

No proof of fuel price fixing found – Bulgaria, 30 March 2017

The Bulgarian Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC) informed that it does not have enough proof to confirm its previous claim that six oil companies were involved in fuel price fixing in the Bulgarian market. In October 2016, CPC accused Lukoil Bulgaria, Eko Bulgaria, Shell Bulgaria, OMV Bulgaria, NIS Petrol and Petrol AD of […]

CPC files price fixing charges against six fuel companies – Bulgaria, 11 October 2016

The Bulgarian Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC) accused six companies operating in retail fuel market in Bulgaria of forming a cartel. The companies in question are: Lukoil Bulgaria, Eko Bulgaria, Shell Bulgaria, OMV Bulgaria, NIS Petrol and Petrol AD. All of these companies are accused of breaching the Article 15 of the Law […]

CPC accused Energo-Pro and NEK of dominant position abuse – Bulgaria, 25 May 2016

The Bulgarian Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC) claims that electricity distributor Energo-Pro and National Electric Company (NEK) are violating the article 21 of the Protection of Competition Act, thus abusing their dominant market position. CPC claims that these two companies have hampered the access to NEK’s electricity distribution network through delaying the process […]