Christopher Audland Fonds

Documents from [1984] to [1986]
Fonds Creator
Fonds Inventory
Access Conditions

In accordance with the general principles and the limits governing the public's right of access to documents of the Commission, laid down in Regulation (EC) No. 1049/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council, any classified documents in these files (marked confidential or personal) were removed and will be subject to later release to the public under the 30-year rule applying to the historic archives from the EU institutions. Therefore, they will be open to the public between 2014 - 2016.

Reference Archivist

Mary, Carr


Material concerning energy collated by Sir Christopher Audland in his position as Director-General for Energy and sent by Audland to the HAEU in 2008.

Extent and Medium

16 files


English, French

Administrative and Biographical History

From 1973 to 1981, Christopher Audland was Deputy Secretary-General of the Commission of the European Communities. From 1981 to 1986, he was Director-General for Energy of the Commission: after the Chernobyl disaster on 26 April 1986, he was additionally charged by the Commission with the task of co-ordination of the work of all the Commission's Directorates-General involved in proposing and executing the European Community's response to the disaster.

System of Arrangement

I respected the original order of the documents established by Christopher Audland.

Notes and Remarks

See Christopher Audland's book: "Right Place - Right Time", published in 2004

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