The current report maps the policy, market, institutional, technical and data availability aspects, related to state capture (SC) assessment in three economic sectors (wholesale of solid, liquid and gaseous fuels; wholesale of pharmaceutical goods; and construction) in four European countries (Bulgaria, Italy, Romania, and Spain). The assessment is based on the State Capture Assessment Diagnostics (SCAD) methodology, which describes SC as institutionalisation of corruption relations which lead to virtual privatisation of governance and thus instead of public goods, the state capture process delivers systematically and permanently private goods to the captors (or privatisers) of the government functions. Processwise, state capture is the abuse of good governance rules (which includes abuse of power) in the process of drafting, adoption and enforcement of the rules themselves (including the laws) in favour of a small number of captors at the expense of society and business at large.