Banking and financial services


Chemicals and coatings

Construction and construction materials

Drinks and drink distribution

Electrical equipment and components

Electricity generation and distribution

Fast-moving consumer goods (non-food)

Food and dairy products

Freight and logistics

Fuel and fuel retailing

Grocery retail


Industrial and automotive

Information and communication technology

Media, media rights and advertising

Mining and forestry

Music, gaming and entertainment

Pharmaceuticals and medical devices

Pulp, paper and packaging

Specialist retail

Telecommunications and cable TV

Transport and travel services


Fuel and fuel retailing

Shell/Total (2011): RBB Economics advised Shell on its 2011 acquisition of a portfolio of Total motor fuel retail sites in the UK during its investigation by the UK OFT — OFT Case No.ME/5191/11

GB Oils/Pace Fuelcare (2011): RBB advised DCC on the acquisition of Pace Fuelcare by its subsidiary GB Oils during the OFT’s investigation, focussing on the distribution of heating oils in the UK — OFT Case No. ME/4924/11

StatoilHydro/Conoco Phillips (2008): RBB Economics advised Statoil during the European Commission investigation of its acquisition of various Jet businesses in Scandinavia — EC Case No.COMP/M.4919

Topaz Energy/Statoil Ireland (2006): RBB Economics advised Topaz Energy during
the 2006 Irish Competition Commission investigation of its acquisition of Statoil Ireland
Irish Competition Authority Case No.M/06/044

Total (2006): RBB Economics advised Total during the investigation by the Italian competition authorities into an alleged cartel in the supply of jet fuel — Italian Competition Authority Press Release 20 June 2006

Sasol/Engen (2004): RBB Economics advised Shell and BP on their intervention before the SA Competition Tribunal during its 2004 investigation of the merger of Sasol and Engen — SA CT Case No.101/LM/Dec04

Butagaz/Shell (2012): RBB Economics advised Butagaz/Shell in relation to the French Competition Authority’s investigation into alleged abuse of collective dominance in the supply of LPG — French Competition Authority’s decision No. 10-D-36