Polish gas company complains about Commissioner's agreement with Gazprom

State-run Polish gas company Pgnig has submitted a complaint to the European Court of Justice regarding the agreement between the European Commission and Gazprom.


European Competition Commissioner, Margrethe Vestager announced in May that she had reached a deal with Gazprom, whereby the Russian gas company escaped a EUR 1 billion fine by committing to abide by European competition rules.

However, Polish gas company Pgnig believes that Gazprom has "not ceased to violate EU law" and that the agreement has made it possible for Gazprom to "continue to inflate gas prices to its recipients in Central and Eastern Europe", writes Euractiv.

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