'Addressing institutions and laws for European gas market integration, Waloszyk's work is a very useful study of a complex energy sub-market. It offers a transparent, systematic ordering of actors and interests – suppliers, distributors, consumers, the EU, Member States, non-EU states – and covers energy relations, market design, and regulatory choice. Her mainly legal focus incorporates diverse policy, (geo-)political and economic reflections in a solid, thoughtful, interesting, highly readable treatment, valuable to many actors in this area of EU policy.'
– Gerard C. Rowe, Europa-Universitaet Viadrina, Germany
‘It is rare to find an analysis as clear-sighted of the energy market regulation in Europe taking into account legal, regulatory and (geo-)political aspects. Congratulations to this contribution to the debate about regulating energy markets in the future.’
– Herwig C. H. Hofmann, Professor of European and Transnational Public Law
‘Overall, the book presents valuable insights into the EU gas market and its continuous progression towards complete integration. Waloszyk’s holistic approach and her well-informed critique engages with the topic well and makes her work highly relevant to both academia and industry.’
– Alexander Wilk, Utilities Law Review