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Overview of the sanction decisions

​​Overview of market abuse Decisions (breaches of Articles 3 and 5) imposing sanctions


Case ID 
(ACER ID)​

Decision date

NRA, Member State

Market Participant

Type of REMIT breach

Fine

Status

Source

N34/2019September 2019MEKH (HU)MA​VIR Magyar Villamosenergia-ipari Átviteli Rendszerirányító Zártkörűen Működő RészvénytársaságArticle 5HUF 1,000,000 (approx. EUR 3,000)FinalLink
N24/2017
05 Sept​ember 2019OFGEM (UK)Engie Global Markets Article 5​£ 2,128,236.00 (approx. EUR 2,393,427.80)FinalLink

CP7/2​​016

20 February 2019

BNetzA (DE)

Uniper Global Commodities SE +
Two traders

Article 5

      EUR 150,000 and fines of EUR 1,500 and EUR 2,000 for each trader respectively.

Final

Link

N25/2015

21 December 2018

Prosecutor/DUR (DK)

Neas Energy A/S

Article 5

153,000 DKK (approx. EUR 20,400)*

Final

Link

N55/2017

28 November 2018

CNMC (ES)

Multienergía Verde, S.L.U.

Article 5

EUR 120,000

Under appeal

Link

N63/2017

28 November 2018

CNMC (ES)

Galp Gas Natural, S.A.

Article 5

EUR 80,000

Final

Link

N16/2015

30 October 2018

Prosecutor/DUR (DK)

Energi Danmark A/S

Article 5

         DKK 1,104,000 (approx. EUR 147,000)*

Final

Link​​

N8/2014

05 October 2018

CRE (FR)

VITOL S.A.

Article 5

EUR 5,000,000

Under appeal

Link

N10/2014

24 November 2015

CNMC (ES)

Iberdrola Generación S.A.U.

Article 5

EUR 25,000,000

Under appeal

Link

 

Note: Article 18 of REMIT establishes that the rules on penalties for breaches of Article 3 and 5 of REMIT are established by the Member States. The implementation regime is therefore different across Member States and some breaches of REMIT may be sanctioned under national provisions. Please consult the sources for the status of the proceedings and more information on the Decisions.

* This amount includes both the (i) fine and (ii) confiscated profit.​