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EU: Commission probes E.On and GdF

THE EUROPEAN Commission is investigating E.On and Gaz de France (GdF) for allegedly colluding to stay out of each other's home market. The Commission's August announcement followed raids on both companies' offices, made in 2006. The Commission said the agreement "may concern, in particular, supplies of natural gas transported over the Megal pipeline". The pipeline, which is jointly owned by the two companies, transports gas across southern Germany between the German-Czech Republic and German-Austrian borders on the one side and the French-German border on the other side. It is the only pipeline that delivers Russian gas to France. The Commission said the proceedings against the companies w

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