CEZ agreed to sell its Bulgarian assets to Inercom - Bulgaria, 22 February 2018  |  Overhaul of unit A4 at TPP Nikola Tesla A to start in March - Serbia, 20 February 2018  |  RES production would not longer need subsidies if revenue predictability could be achieved - Romania, 20 February 2018  |  Romgaz expects additional expenses due to increased royalties in 2018 - Romania, 20 February 2018  |  Romania to double its gas output by 2025 - Romania, 20 February 2018  |  MOL Romania increased diesel retail sales in 2017 - Romania, 20 February 2018  |  Construction of the largest solar power plant is about to start - Hungary, 20 February 2018  |  MOL’s 2017 net income rose by 17 % - Hungary, 20 February 2018  |  IBEX launched intraday market registration - Bulgaria, 20 February 3018  |  RS postponed the announced suspension of gas transport to FBiH - Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20 February 2018  |  Shell signed oil exploration agreement for Block 4 - Albania, 20 February 2018  |  EBRD to allocate 1.2 billion euros for TAP in 2018 - Region, 20 February 2018  |  Construction of TurkStream gas pipeline 48 % complete - Turkey, 19 February 2018  |  NPP Krsko production in January - Slovenia, 19 February 2018  |  EPS to shut down TPP Morava in five years - Serbia, 19 February 2018  |  Nuclearelectrica should acquire CNU - Romania, 19 February 2018  |  Extra dividends will urge state-owned companies to invest more - Romania, 19 February 2018  |  Hidroelectrica’s IPO should not be rushed - Romania, 19 February 2018  |  Hidroelectrica relaunched HPP Vidraru rehabilitation tender - Romania, 19 February 2018  |  Building permit for SHPP Bukovica issued - Montenegro, 19 February 2018

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A leg of TurkStream could reach Bulgaria – Bulgaria, 28 January 2017

Russian energy expert Konstantin Simonov, head of the Fund for National and Energy Security, said that Bulgaria could discuss with Russia and the European Union for the laying of one pipe of the future TurkStream gas pipeline through its territory. Simonov said that intergovernmental agreement between Russia and Turkey stipulates that Russia is not obliged […]

Over 18,000 CEZ customers in Sofia without electricity – Bulgaria, 28 January 2017

Between 18,000 and 25,000 customers of electricity supplier CEZ Bulgaria in the central part of the nation’s capital Sofia have been left without electricity after a fire broke out at the substation in Geo Milev district. Power was cut to most buildings in the district of Sitnyakovo. The fire started at 1:30 PM and the […]

Gazprom sets new record in gas supplies to Europe – Region, 28 January 2017

Russian gas company Gazprom announced that it has set a new record in daily gas supply to non-CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) countries on 27 January 2017 – 636.4 million cubic meters. The statement from the company said that this is the fourth day in a row that it has hit all-time highs in daily […]