the 15 working day period referred to in Article 4(5) of Regulation (EC) No 139/2004 has expired without any of the Member States responsible for examining the concentration under its national competition law opposing the request to refer the case back to the European Commission; or Energy UK continues its cooperation with the UK government ahead of the negotiations to ensure that energy and climate are a priority in negotiations with the EU in 2020, in line with the Political Declaration that encourages energy cooperation and cooperation. Energy UK is also calling for the inclusion of an energy and climate chapter in the future agreement to ensure well-functioning energy markets, continued free flow of energy and cooperation under the decarbonisation agenda to address climate change at the lowest possible cost to customers and businesses. . . .