Transgaz received building permit for gas pipeline connecting Black Sea to Hungary and Ukraine - Romania, 22 May 2018  |  Nuclearelectrica won litigation with FP on capital increase - Romania, 22 May 2018  |  Chinese CEFC defaults on bond payments - Romania, 22 May 2018  |  NIS to start appraisal drilling at Teremia 1000 in Q3 2018 - Romania, 22 May 2018  |  Steep increase of electricity prices on spot market - Romania, 22 May 2018  |  ELEM requests a 1.5 % decrease in electricity production price - Macedonia, 22 May 2018  |  TPP Maritsa 3 recorded lower profit in Q1 2018 - Bulgaria, 22 May 2018  |  Both electricity production and consumption in decline in 2018 - Bulgaria, 22 May 2018  |  CMEC interested in the construction of wind farms in FBiH - Bosnia and Herzegovina, 22 May 2018  |  Desulfurization facility at TPP Ugljevik to be installed by mid-2019 - Bosnia and Herzegovina, 22 May 2018  |  STAR refinery to be commissioned in October - Turkey, 21 May 2018  |  Government to speed up construction of gas link to Bulgaria - Serbia, 21 May 2018  |  Hidroelectrica’s 2017 net profit increased by 11 % - Romania, 21 May 2018  |  Gas imports increased by 14.2 % in Q1 2018 - Romania, 21 May 2018  |  EPCG and Ivicom signed MoU on the construction of Gvozd wind farm - Montenegro, 21 May 2018  |  Pljevlja coalmine recorded lower profit in Q1 2018 - Montenegro, 21 May 2018  |  Alteo Group recorded higher revenues in Q1 2018 - Hungary, 21 May 2018  |  HEP plans to invest 500 million euros in HPP Kosinj-Senj project - Croatia, 21 May 2018  |  ICGB launched tender for archeological study along IGB pipeline route - Region, 21 May 2018  |  Government plans to lower fuel tax - Turkey, 18 May 2018

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Transgaz received building permit for gas pipeline connecting Black Sea to Hungary and Ukraine – Romania, 22 May 2018

Romanian natural gas transmission system operator Transgaz received building permit for the Tuzla-Podisor gas pipeline, a 310 million euros worth project intended to transport gas extracted from the Neptun block in the Black Sea to Hungary and Ukraine. The project includes the realization of the following works: construction of natural gas pipeline in the length […]

Nuclearelectrica won litigation with FP on capital increase – Romania, 22 May 2018

Romanian electricity producer Nuclearelectrica, the company that operates country’s sole nuclear power plant Cernavoda, has won a litigation initiated by Fondul Proprietatea (FP). The Bucharest Court of Appeal established that Nuclearelectrica acted lawfully in the increase operation of the registered capital with a cash contribution of the Romanian state amounting to some 41 million euros, […]

Chinese CEFC defaults on bond payments – Romania, 22 May 2018

CEFC Shanghai International, a subsidiary of the Chinese group CEFC Energy, missed bond payments totaling 327.3 million dollars, becoming the latest private Chinese company to default amid a crackdown on financial risk. In December 2016, CEFC signed an agreement in with Kazakhstan’s state-owned company KazMunayGas for the acquisition of a 51 % stake in KMG […]