EnergyNEWS October-2 2015

October-2 2015 edition of Balkan Energy NEWS publication, with 113 pages and 100 energy news articles.

This edition is not available for download, and it is part of our Energy NEWS service.

You can download edition March-2 2015, published as “Free Sample 2015”

  Free Sample 2015

You can also request free trial via contact form to receive this edition

Table of content, EnergyNEWS October-2 2015:

ANALYSIS

  • SEE Power Sector statistical data 2011-2015 – page 7
  • Weekly Carbon Trading Market update – page 15

 

ENERGY NEWS

Region

16.10. – Energy Community adopted 20 % target on energy efficiency

19.10 – TAP awarded three equipment procurement contracts

20.10 –  MOL withdraws from SEAS purchase

23.10. – Expansion of NPP Mochovce postponed again

23.10. – Restructuring of EPH

26.10. – Ukraine imported 1.4 billion cubic meters of Russian gas in October

28.10. – OMV to sell 70 petrol stations in Czech Republic

29.10. – TAP awards contract for onshore line pipes and bends

30.10. – Naftogaz paid another 64 million dollars to Gazprom

 

Albania

16.10. – State officials sued over CEZ agreement

 

Bosnia and Herzegovina

16.10. – HES Vrbas claims 23.5 million euros from RS Government

16.10. – Energy Community imposed sanctions on BiH

24.10. – FBiH to launch new tender for hydrocarbons exploration

26.10. – Negotiations on BiH’s obligations to Energy Community

28.10. – Concession for coal exploration and exploitation in Sanski Most awarded

30.10. – Trial operation of TPP Stanari to start in 10 days

30.10. – Preparation for the start of construction of TPP Banovici

 

Bulgaria

16.10. – NPP Kozloduy modernization agreement signed with Rosatom

20.10 –  Chiren gas storage modernization started

22.10 – Importance of Bulgaria-Greece gas interconnection

22.10 – KEVR to present rules for future energy exchange

23.10. – Production and deliveries of energy products in July

24.10. – Natural gas pipeline explosion near Pavlikeni

28.10. – Bulgaria-Greece gas interconnection gets increased state guarantee

31.10. – Production and deliveries of energy products in August

01.11. – Electricity price for industrial consumers decreased by 2.8 %

 

Croatia

16.10. – Dalekovod made a settlement in Albania

16.10. – TPP Plomin C project could drive HEP into bankruptcy

19.10 – High electricity imports in August

19.10 – 130,000 euros for new solar parks

19.10 – Croatia has enough gas supplies for the winter season

26.10. – Gas price for households to be decreased by 10 %

26.10. – Slavonija DI commissioned another biomass cogeneration plant

28.10. – JANAF achieved record profits

29.10. – CROPEX trial operation should start next week

30.10. – INA’s net profit in 2015 reached 46.67 million euros

31.10. – TPP Plomin C project has not been approved by the EC

 

Greece

16.10. – Hellenic Petroleum expects 2016 EBITDA over 650 million euros

22.10 – RAE plans to stop an increase of unpaid electricity bills

26.10. – PPC to reduce its market share by 25 % by 2018

27.10. – RES support scheme for 2016 still not adopted

30.10. – Total power output of solar plants at 2,091.97 MW

 

Hungary

22.10 – MOL has taken over Eni’s petrol stations in Hungary

28.10. – Solar power plant in Morahalom commissioned

30.10. – Hungary is planning to reduce electricity bills for all customers

 

Kosovo

28.10. – ContourGlobal to abandon TPP Kosova e Re project

 

Macedonia

19.10 – Half of energy demand in 2013 covered by domestic sources

24.10. – Macedonia will be a part of the route of new gas pipeline

26.10. – Domestic electricity production covered 62.8 % of consumption in August

26.10. – Liberalization of electricity market was delayed to prevent price hikes

30.10. – HPP Spilje produced 247 million kWh of electricity in 2015

01.11. – 5 SHPPs commissioned near Kavadarci

 

Montenegro

21.10 – Production at TPP Pljevlja according to plan

23.10. – Chinese company interested in hydropower projects

30.10. – Total electricity debt reached 187 million euros

31.10. – EPCG recorded 30.4 % lower profit

 

Romania

16.10. – Energy strategy will not be ready this autumn
16.10. –
Romgaz is the most profitable state-owned company

16.10. – Transgaz applied for 224 million euros for the construction of BRHA gas corridor

17.10. – OMV Petrom to sell its wind farm

19.10 – Cable operator expands to electricity supply market

19.10 – Crude oil imports increased by 6.8 % in the first eight months

19.10 – ANRE fines GDF Suez

20.10 – Fondul Proprietatea to sell 3.78 % share in Romgaz

20.10 – OMV Petrom’s third quarter hydrocarbons production decreased

20.10 – Romgaz and Transgaz have signed gas transportation deal

20.10 – ANAF started foreclosure proceedings of Energy Complex Oltenia

21.10 – Natural gas imports dropped by almost 80 % in 2015

21.10 – Fondul Proprietatea sells 4.15 % stake in Romgaz

22.10 – KMG International recorded profit in the first nine months

22.10 – Energy storage should become a priority for Romania

23.10. – Nuclearelectrica’s shareholders approved memorandum on new units

25.10. – Rescue aid for EC Hunedoara to be converted to restructuring aid

26.10. – ANRE accused of breaking energy and competition laws

27.10. – NIS to start drilling in Western Romania

27.10. – EBRD extends 154 million euros loan to CEZ Distributie

27.10. – Hidroelectrica to sue the state over water tax

28.10. – November natural gas demand estimated at 12.5 million MWh

29.10. – Transgaz to build gas pipeline to Hungary

29.10. – State to provide guarantees for NPP Cernavoda expansion

29.10. – Greenpeace considers NPP Cernavoda expansion unjustified

30.10. – Nobel Oil to open its first petrol station in December

 

Serbia

16.10. – EPS’ investment plan presented

19.10 – Overhaul of unit A3 at TPP Kolubara completed

19.10 – No changes in mining rents in new mining Law

22.10 – Wind farm near Kula to be built by the end of 2015

26.10. – NIS achieved profit of 90.8 million euros in the first nine months

29.10. – MoU on gas cooperation between Srbijagas and Gazprom signed

29.10. – Nord Stream 2 could be an alternative gas route for Serbia

30.10. – EBRD approved loan to EPS

 

Slovenia

21.10 – Merger of Gen-I and Elektro Energija

26.10. – NPP Krsko production in September

 

Turkey

16.10. – Turkey plans to increase its natural gas storage capacities

22.10 – Enerjisa plans IPO for third quarter of 2017

21.10 – Engie cancelled its TPP project in Turkey
23.10. –
EU should welcome TurkStream if it meets regulations

24.10. – Turkey will not have to pay for gas transportation via TANAP

27.10. – BOTAS takes Russia to arbitration over natural gas prices

29.10. – Enerjisa plans to sell three HPPs

29.10. – Zorlu Energy obtained 815 million dollars loan

 

 Power data  – Page 75

  • Commercial flows per interconnection
  • Production / consumption / export / flow for each border in SEE

Power exchanges  – Page 98

  • Spot market
  • Futures market

ATC auctions – Page 105

  • Monthly ATC Auctions for November 2015

 

Tenders – Page 107

 

Upcoming events – Page 112

 



Balkan Energy NEWS service exists for over 10 years, and during that period, we earned trust of major European utilities, generators, traders and investment banks. We do not preserve good quality of service – we are constantly improving it, in order to always be one step ahead, and justify trust of our customers with quality.  Our trademark service is "Energy NEWS service", created as a response to expansion of energy market in South East Europe, with a goal to provide current and future market players with data and information for investments in energy sector and electricity trade.

Through our products, we cover countries of South East Europe: Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Turkey. We also publish news articles from Middle East, Eastern and Central Europe, when of influence to SEE

Balkan Energy products:

 

"Energy NEWS" service

  • PDF: SEE+Hungary Energy Daily: published 3 times per week (45-50 pages per edition)
  • PDF: Balkan Energy NEWS publication: published 2 times per month (90-110 pages per edition) + excel files<
  • Web portal: Database access to all published news articles, with date/country filters and search by keyword (+200 EUR annually on PDF subscription price)
  • In addition to being most complete and most affordable energy service for SEE, it is also company licensed with unlimited number of users.

     

    Month ahead forecast: HUPX and SEE Trading Tool

    Month-ahead report on HUPX price forecast, containing daily HUPX base price forecast, info on maintenance of generation units and many other useful information for electricity trading  in Hungary and SEE.

     

    Long term: HUPX and SEE PRICE FORECAST REPORT 2017-2026

  • HUPX PRICE FORECAST 2017 – 2026
  • SEE ELECTRICITY MARKETS FORECAST 2017 – 2026
  • MARKET DEVELOPMENT SCENARIOS for the next 10 years in Hungary and Southeast Europe
  •  

    Country Reports on Energy Business - All need-to-know energy info in one report!

    Country reports provide comprehensive overview of electricity sector for countries of South Eastern Europe. At the moment we have available up-to-date country reports for Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and FYR Macedonia.

    For each country, our reports give description and data on:

  • General description of the electricity market
  • Consumption, production and export characteristics
  • Actualities – hot topics
  • Market liberalizations, electricity prices and tariffs
  • Key market players
  • Legislation and electricity market opening
  • Potentials for investments in power generation
  • Analyses of seasonal export/import trends
  • Detailed analysis of Cross Border Capacities
  • Country reports are updated every three months. For each ordered report, you will receive updates during one year period, free of charge. For ordering all of the reports together, additional discount can be applied.

    Send this to friend