Energy Daily 08.05.2015

Edition 06.05.2015 of SEE+Hungary Energy Daily, with  45 pages and 20 energy news articles, covering period 06.05-07.05


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Table of content, edition 08.05.2015:


[Bosnia and Herzegovina, 06.05.] Electricity production decreased in February

[Bulgaria, 06.05.] Anadarko is interested in hydrocarbon exploration in the Black Sea

[Croatia, 06.05.] INA proposed dividend payout for 2014

[Croatia, 07.05.] DZZP is against HPP Ombla project

[Croatia, 07.05.] Construction start date of LNG terminal is not realistic

[Greece, 07.05.] Russia to provide financial support to Greek companies which join Turkish Stream project

[Hungary, 06.05.] MOL expands its retail network in Czech Republic

[Hungary, 06.05.] Putin warns Hungary not to cancel NPP Paks expansion project

[Romania, 06.05.] Gazprom will not renew pipeline capacity booking

[Romania, 07.05.] Russian gas importer’s income drops in 2014

[Romania, 07.05.] Renewable energy sector unattractive to investors

[Romania, 07.05.] Hidroelectrica to invest 1.3 billion euros in the next five years

[Serbia, 07.05.] Plan for EPS restructuring by mid-June

[Turkey, 07.05.] 30 % of produced energy from renewable sources by 2023

[Turkey, 07.05.] Gazprom and Turkey agreed on Turkish Stream project

[Turkey, 07.05.] Turkmenistan interested in gas supply to Turkey


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