RES accounted for 70 % of national output on Friday - Romania, 21 April 2018  |  Pljevlja coalmine recorded 5.8 million euros profit in 2017 - Montenegro, 21 April 2018  |  Unit 5 at NPP Kozloduy taken offline for annual overhaul - Bulgaria, 21 April 2018  |  Half of Turkey’s energy produced from local resources - Turkey, 20 April 2018  |  Suez to start the construction of waste-to-energy facility in 2018 - Serbia, 20 April 2018  |  World Bank to support restructuring of EPS - Serbia, 20 April 2018  |  ANRE will recalculate electricity distribution tariffs - Romania, 20 April 2018  |  Competition Council did not open an investigation into green certificates market - Romania, 20 April 2018  |  Fondul Proprietatea sold its stake in Conpet - Romania, 20 April 2018  |  Wind farm Krnovo produced 16,108 MW of electricity in February - Montenegro, 20 April 2018  |  PPC union announced strikes, not electricity supply interruptions expected - Greece, 20 April 2018  |  Snam-led consortium selected as preferred DESFA investor - Greece, 20 April 2018  |  HEP plans investments in RES, hydropower and gas-fired cogeneration - Croatia, 20 April 2018  |  INA’s future CEO intends to close Sisak refinery - Croatia, 20 April 2018  |  Director of LNG Hrvatska dismissed - Croatia, 20 April 2018  |  NEK achieved positive financial results in 2017 - Bulgaria, 20 April 2018  |  Mini Maritsa East to invest 43.5 million euros in new excavators - Bulgaria, 20 April 2018  |  ERS Management Board resigned - Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20 April 2018  |  Romania and Bulgaria among least energy imports dependent countries in EU - Region, 20 April 2018  |  Fintel Energija submitted an application for listing on the Belgrade Stock Exchange - Serbia, 19 April 2018

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Albania, 13.04. State guarantee for Albania-Macedonia transmission line project is legitimate

Bulgaria, 13.04. Bulgartransgaz published an invitation for non-binding offers for new gas capacities

Bulgaria, 13.04. KEVR to decide on CEZ supply license within the next month

Croatia, 13.04. 1,353 GWh of electricity produced in February

Croatia, 13.04. HOPS joins Med-TSO

Croatia, 13.04. INA management change should not affect talks with MOL

Croatia, 14.04. Just one binding offer for LNG terminal capacity lease received

Greece, 13.04. ADMIE launched tender for Crete interconnection project

Macedonia, 15.04. ELEM produced 1,132 GWh of electricity in Q1 2018

Romania, 13.04. Hidroelectrica estimates 3.5 % lower revenues in 2018

Romania, 13.04. State to resume talks on the establishment of Romanian-Kazakh investment fund

Romania, 13.04. OMV Petrom’s hydrocarbon production dropped 4.2 % in Q1 2018

Serbia, 13.04. Serbia and South Korea to enhance energy cooperation

Serbia, 13.04. EPS is seeking consultant for Kostolac wind farm project

Serbia, 13.04. First phase of Cibuk wind farm project to be completed by end-2018

Serbia, 14.04. Austria interested in investing in SHPPs

Slovenia, 13.04. Slovenia signed five-year gas supply contract with Gazprom

 

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