Pressemitteilungen

25/01/2013

Speech at World Economic Forum Annual Meeting English (en)

European Commission Günther OETTINGER EU Commissioner for Energy World Economic Forum/Davos 25 January 2013 When I became responsible for energy in the European Commission, I have made it my business to place energy policy where it belongs, at the heart of economic policy.

24/01/2013

January infringements package: main decisions English (en)

European Commission MEMO Brussels, 24 January 2013 January January COMPETITION DIGITAL AGENDA EMPLOYMENT ENERGY INDUSTRY & ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENVIRONMENT JUSTICE INTERNAL MARKET & SERVICES TRANSPORT HEALTH & CONSUMER POLICY TAXATION & CUSTOMS UNION AT               1 2     BG 1     2  ...

24/01/2013

Internal energy market: Commission refers Bulgaria, Estonia and the United Kingdom to Court for failing to fully transpose EU rules English (en)

European Commission Press release Brussels, 24 January 2013 The European Commission is referring Bulgaria, Estonia and the United Kingdom to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to fully transpose the EU internal energy market rules.

18/01/2013

Commissioner Oettinger welcomes ratification of TANAP gas pipeline agreement English (en)

European Commission MEMO Brussels, 18 January 2013 EU Energy Commissioner Oettinger welcomes the ratification of TANAP gas pipeline agreement and the agreement completed today between the Shah Deniz 2 consortium and Nabucco consortium.

17/01/2013

Speech: Inauguration of the ITER Headquarters Building in Cadarache English (en)

European Commission Günther OETTINGER EU Commissioner for Energy Inauguration of the ITER Headquarters Building/Cadarache 17 January 2013 Dear Director General Motojima, Madame le Ministre, Dear Senators, Mayors, Prefects, Dear representatives of our ITER Partner Countries, Dear ITER staff and everybody involved in the ITER project, Ladies and Gentlemen, It gives...

07/01/2013

INVITATION - PRESS BRIEFING Cost-effectiveness of Cohesion Policy Investments in Energy Efficiency English (en)

EUROPEAN COURT OF AUDITORS Luxembourg, 07 January 2013 The cost of increased energy consumption, the depletion of fossil fuel reserves and the effect of human activities on global climate change are drivers of recent energy efficiency policies.