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Le système énergétique européen : européanisation, préférences nationales et contraintes institutionnelles

Abstract : Our research focuses on the Europeanisation of the European energy system. By European energy system, we understand a set of 28 different national policies, built in a European normative framework governed by the principle of primacy of EU law. If the European energy system has an intergovernmental character, it is framed by European regulations, even in its part which remains under national competence. Specifically, Member States are constrained by common legal rules they have agreed at EU level. In this energy system dominated by an intergovernmental approach but limited by the European norms, we focused on the issue of energy security in the gas field, which we see as a test for the deepening of European integration. More specifically, we analyzed the Europeanization of bilateral energy relations with Russia in the South Stream gas pipeline development. Our research has shown that the Europeanization through norms works as supranational institutions have the appropriate tools to exercise an adaptatative pressure on Member States for non-compliance with European rules.
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Adina Crisan. Le système énergétique européen : européanisation, préférences nationales et contraintes institutionnelles. Science politique. Institut d'études politiques de Paris - Sciences Po, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015IEPP0048⟩. ⟨tel-03648388⟩



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