Energy Daily 19.06.2017

Edition 19.06.2017 of SEE+Hungary Energy Daily, with  53 pages and 14 energy news articles.  This product is a part of of our“Energy NEWS” service

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Table of content, edition 19.06.2017:



Region, 16.06. Contractor selection procedure for IGB pipeline to begin by end-2017

Bosnia and Herzegovina, 16.06. Construction of SHPP Preliv started

Bosnia and Herzegovina, 16.06. MoU on HPP Buk Bijela project to be signed with Chinese company

Bosnia and Herzegovina, 16.06. Southern gas inter-connection between BiH and Croatia approved

Bosnia and Herzegovina, 16.06. HPP Visegrad pro-duced 74.51 GWh of electricity in May

Bulgaria, 16.06. IBEX plans to become counterparty for bilateral contracts

Greece, 16.06. SGCC will acquire administrative rights in ADMIE

Montenegro, 16.06. EPCG and Skoda Praha continue negotiations on TPP Pljevlja project

Romania, 16.06. Romgaz to distribute gross dividend amounting to 0.83 euros/share

Romania, 16.06. ANRE applied fines totaling 4.8 mil-lion euros in 2016

Romania, 16.06. Merger within OMV Petrom

Serbia, 16.06. EPS to layoff 5,000 employees by 2019

Turkey, 16.06. Iran paid a part of its debt to Turkey with natural gas supply


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