Energy Daily 09.07.2018

Edition 09.07.2018 of SEE+Hungary Energy Daily, with  59 pages and 17 energy news articles.  This product is a part of of our“Energy NEWS” service

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Table of content, edition 09.07.2018:




Region, 06.07. Almost 85 % of TAP pipes laid into ground

Albania, 06.07. OSHEE recorded lower profit in 2017

Bosnia and Herzegovina, 06.07. Bank Saint Petersburg acquired stake in Modrica refinery

Bosnia and Herzegovina, 06.07. ERS owes some 7.7 million euros to Elektroprijenos BIH

Bulgaria, 06.07. FSC registered BEH’s bonds issue

Bulgaria, 06.07. Energy Ministry to cooperate in nuclear energy sector with Chinese NEA

Bulgaria, 06.07. Integrated environmental permits of operators in Maritsa East complex under review

Croatia, 06.07. Croatia to switch from feed-in tariffs to premiums RES supporting model

Greece, 06.07. Energean ready to acquire stake in Gaza offshore gas field

Greece, 06.07. All participants in PPC units sale to proceed to second round

Hungary, 06.07. NPP Paks upgrade will be completed on time

Macedonia, 06.07. ELEM sold surplus electricity for 2 million euros

Montenegro, 06.07. Montenegro to continue working with SOCAR on IAP project implementation

Romania, 06.07. Moody’s granted Ba1 rating to Transelectrica

Romania, 06.07. 175,000 consumers switched their electricity suppliers in Q1 2018

Serbia, 06.07. MPP Jedinstvo led consortium to install biomass boiler in Priboj

Slovenia, 06.07. Unit 4 of TPP Sostanj decommissioned


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