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INTRODUCTION

When the acts referred to in this Annex contain notions or refer to procedures which are specific to the Community legal order, such as:

  • preambles;

  • the addressees of the Community acts;

  • references to territories or languages of the EC;

  • references to rights and obligations of EC Member States, their public entities, undertakings or individuals in relation to each other; and

  • references to information and notification procedures;

Protocol 1 on horizontal adaptations shall apply, unless otherwise provided for in this Annex.

ACTS REFERRED TO
1. 372 R 1056: Council Regulation (EEC) No 1056/72 of 18 May 1972 on notifying the Commission of investment projects of interest to the Community in the petroleum, natural gas and electricity sectors (OJ No L 120, 25.5.1972, p. 7), as amended by:
2. 375 L 0405: Council Directive 75/405/EEC of 14 April 1975 concerning the restriction of the use of petroleum products in power stations (OJ No L 178, 9.7.1975, p. 26).
3. 376 L 0491: Council Directive 76/491/EEC of 4 May 1976 regarding a Community procedure for information and consultation on the prices of crude oil and petroleum products in the Community (OJ No L 140, 28.5.1976, p. 4).
4. 378 L 0170: Council Directive 78/170/EEC of 13 February 1978 on the performance of heat generators for space heating and the production of hot water in new or existing non-industrial buildings and on the insulation of heat and domestic hot-water distribution in new non-industrial buildings (OJ No L 052, 23.2.1978, p. 32), as amended by:
5. 379 R 1893: Council Regulation (EEC) No 1893/79 of 28 August 1979 introducing registration for crude oil and/or petroleum product imports in the Community, (OJ No L 220, 30.8.1979, p. 1), as amended by:
6. 385 L 0536: Council Directive 85/536/EEC of 5 December 1985 on crude-oil savings through the use of substitute fuel components in petrol (OJ No L 334, 12.12.1985, p. 20), as amended by:
  • 387 L 0441: Commission Directive 87/441/EEC of 29 July 1987 on crude-oil savings through the use of substitute fuel components in petrol (OJ No L 238, 21.8.1987, p. 40).

7. 390 L 0377: Council Directive 90/377/EEC of 29 June 1990 concerning a Community procedure to improve the transparency of gas and electricity prices charged to industrial end-users (OJ No L 185, 17.7.1990, p. 16)(1).
8. 390 L 0547: Council Directive 90/547/EEC of 29 October 1990 on the transit of electricity through transmission grids (OJ No L 313, 13.11.1990, p. 30).

The provisions of the Directive shall, for the purposes of the Agreement, be read with the following adaptations:

(a)

in Article 3(4):

(i)

each of the entities concerned may request that, with regard to intra-Community trade, the conditions of transit be subject to conciliation by a body set up and chaired by the Commission and on which the entities responsible for transmission grids in the Community are represented;

(ii)

each of the entities concerned may request that, with regard to intra-EFTA trade, the conditions of transit be subject to conciliation by a body set up and chaired by the EFTA Surveillance Authority and on which the entities responsible for transmission grids in the EFTA countries are represented;

(iii)

each of the entities concerned may request that, with regard to trade between the Community and an EFTA State, the conditions of transit be subject to a conciliation procedure to be decided by the EEA Joint Committee;

(b)

Appendix 1 contains the list of entities and grids relevant for the application of this Directive in respect of EFTA States.

9. 391 L 0296: Council Directive 91/296/EEC of 31 May 1991 on the transit of natural gas through grids (OJ No L 147, 12.6.1991, p. 37).

The provisions of the Directive shall, for the purposes of the Agreement, be read with the following adaptations:

(a)

in Article 3(4):

(i)

each of the entities concerned may request that, with regard to intra-Community trade, the conditions of transit be subject to conciliation by a body set up and chaired by the Commission and on which the entities responsible for transmission grids in the Community are represented;

(ii)

each of the entities concerned may request that, with regard to intra-EFTA trade, the conditions of transit be subject to conciliation by a body set up and chaired by the EFTA Surveillance Authority and on which the entities responsible for transmission grids in the EFTA countries are represented;

(iii)

each of the entities concerned may request that, with regard to trade between the Community and an EFTA State, the conditions of transit be subject to a conciliation procedure to be decided by the EEA Joint Committee;

(b)

Appendix 2 contains the list of entities and grids relevant for the application of this Directive in respect of EFTA States.

(1)

Listed here for information purposes only; for application see Annex XXI on statistics.

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