This proposal amends Regulation (EU) 2017/1938, the legal basis of which was Article 194(2) TFEU. It also amends Regulation (EU) No 715/2009 which, as the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union was not yet in force at that time, was based on Article 95 of the Treaty establishing the European Community, now Article 114 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. This proposal is based on Article 194(2) TFEU. 1.4.2.Added value of Union action (it may result from various factors, such as coordination gains, legal certainty, greater effectiveness or complementarity). For the purposes of this point, `Union action added value` means the value resulting from Union action, which is additional to the value that would otherwise have been created by Member States alone. Zwróćcie w nim uwagę na sformułowania: “quiition”, czyli “request”; “Before a judge” – przed sędzią; tak samo możecie powiedzieć “in court” (przed sądem), “before a notary” (przed notariuszem); “Court File Number” – Nature Act; “Moving Party” – Strona Wnosząca Wniosek; “Self-represented” Czyli “Unrepresented” (J.W.). In order to avoid a conflict of laws between Article 67 of the proposal for a Regulation on the internal market for renewable gases, natural gas and hydrogen of 15. December 2021 and this proposal, the duration of the proposed Regulation is limited until the entry into force of the recast of Regulation (EU) of the European Parliament and of the Council on the internal market for renewable and natural gases and hydrogen, based on the Commission proposal of 15 December 2021. (18) However, Member States should not be subject to such an obligation: when developing, with one or more Member States, an alternative burden-sharing mechanism with storage facilities. Such an alternative mechanism may, inter alia, take into account existing equivalent legal obligations for the storage of alternative fuels. Member States should notify the Commission of such alternative burden-sharing mechanisms. The meeting began at 10 a.m.

and was expected to be attended by all interested parties at that time. Then, the judge called individual cases, requested a general presentation of the case and application, and then considered a specific request. And the others were waiting their turn in the courtroom. I was happy to wear a black jacket because practically everyone was dressed in black 🙂. The “confirmation” they gave them when they left the courtroom was simply a court order approving the motion that was heard by the court. Zasadniczo podczas posiedzenia o sprawach mówiono “matter”, np. sędzia powiedział “I supported the newspaper. Next case. “This case was already scheduled for November 12. » Sprawa to też oczywiście “case”, co widać na poniższej wokandzie, a czasem bywa nawet nazywana “cause”. (c)the rights and obligations of the Member State(s) concerned vis-à-vis one or more third countries arising from agreements concluded with them, to the extent that they comply with Union law; or having regard to the Commission proposal, (1)Although there have been short-term gas supply disruptions in the past, several factors distinguish the current situation from previous crises in terms of security of supply. The escalation of the armed conflict in Ukraine since February 2022 has led to unprecedented price increases. These price increases are likely to fundamentally change the incentives to fill storage facilities in the Union. In the current geopolitical context, further disruptions in gas supply can no longer be ruled out.

This could cause serious damage to EU citizens and economy, as the EU is still heavily dependent on external gas supplies, which could be affected by the conflict. Jako że był to « scheduling court », padało dużo dat. Zwróciłam uwagę na to, że daty tutaj są pisane i wymawiane tak jak w Stanach czyli np. “until 3 December” (wymawiane “until the third of December” – bez “the”), a nie tak jak w Wielkiej Brytanii i EU “until 3 December” (wymawiane “until the third of December”). 8. The information exchanged shall be limited to what is necessary to monitor compliance with the requirements of this Regulation. The Commission, regulatory authorities and Member States shall respect the confidentiality of commercially sensitive information received under this Regulation. (a) ownership, supply or other business relationships that could undermine the storage operator`s incentives and ability to fill the storage facility; Over the past six months, an unbalanced gas market has led to a sharp rise in gas prices. The filling of storage facilities in the EU was significantly lower than in previous years – 10% lower in percentage points in January. This has increased uncertainty about security of supply and price volatility. This proposal aims to address the three more specific issues: (c)when deciding on the appropriate measures referred to in point (b), the Commission shall take into account the specific situation of each Member State, such as the size of storage facilities in relation to inland gas consumption or the importance of storage facilities for security of supply in the region. Any action taken by the Commission to address deviations from the 2022 filling path shall take into account the short timeframe for the implementation of this Article at national level, which may have contributed to the 2022 infringement; This proposal amends two existing Regulations, namely Regulation (EU) 2017/1938 concerning measures to safeguard security of gas supply and Regulation (EU) No 715/2009 on conditions for access to the natural gas transmission networks. It builds on the existing security of gas supply framework and the rules of the internal gas market and adds the additional measures necessary to ensure security of gas supply in the Union in the context of the severe energy crisis caused by recent geopolitical changes.

(16) The efficient use of existing infrastructure, including cross-border transmission capacity, storage facilities and LNG facilities, is an important factor in ensuring security of supply in a spirit of solidarity. Open energy borders are crucial for security of supply, including in times of gas disruption at national, regional or Union level. Therefore, measures taken to ensure the filling of gas storage facilities should not block or restrict the cross-border capacity allocated in accordance with the provisions of Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/459. 3. The Annexes are amended in accordance with Annex I to this Regulation: –Gas storage stocks in the period 2021/2022 were found to be particularly low at sites owned by third-country companies. This contributed to almost half of the unusually low inventory level this year. Storage facilities are strategic assets and are essential for the security of supply of the Union and its Member States. The control and use of storage facilities by third-country entities can lead to security of supply risks that affect other key security interests and further undermine the EU`s strategic autonomy.

5. The regulatory authority or the designated authority referred to in paragraph 1 shall submit the draft decision to the Commission without delay, together with all relevant information relating to that decision. The Commission shall submit its opinion on the draft decision to the national regulatory authority or the designated authority referred to in paragraph 1 within 50 working days. The regulatory authority or the designated authority referred to in paragraph 1 shall take utmost account of the opinion of the Commission. Article 1(1) introduced definitions in Article 2 of Regulation (EU) 2017/1938 to define `filling path`, `filling target`, `strategic storage` and `strategic stock`. (e) provide financial incentives to market participants or compensate for potential loss of revenues or costs resulting from obligations of market participants that cannot be covered by revenue; (22) The role of the Gas Coordination Group should be strengthened, with an explicit mandate to monitor Member States` performance in the area of security of gas supply and, on that basis, to develop best practices in this area. The Commission therefore reports regularly to the Gas Coordination Group, which assists it in monitoring filling targets and meeting filling targets. 29.

`strategic storage` means the storage of non-liquefied natural gas, the release of which is subject to administrative authorisation, which may not be sold on the market but may only be sold in the event of a supply disruption, supply interruption or emergency. In accordance with the ordinary legislative procedure 8.In the event of significant and persistent deviations from the filling lanes, the following measures shall be taken: To this end, a mandatory minimum wage is established: increase the security of gas supply in storage facilities before winter 2022/2023 and for subsequent winter periods.