As the European Union moves towards the creation of an integrated, cross-border energy sector by 2007, Garret Monaghan examines what the proposals will mean for European project finance
In November 2002, the European Union (EU) energy commissioner, Loyola de Palacio, announced that an agreement had been reached between the energy ministers of the respective EU governments on the opening and eventual integration of the European gas and electricity markets.
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