Government sets royalties for Black Sea oil and gas exploration - Romania, 18 October 2017  |  899 GWh of electricity produced in August - Croatia, 18 October 2017  |  Gazprom continues to increase gas deliveries to SEE - Region, 18 October 2017  |  Gazprom continues to increase gas deliveries to SEE - Region, 18 October 2017  |  Slovenia considers construction of HPPs on the Mura river - Slovenia, 17 October 2017  |  Revitalized generator at HPP Djerdap 1 put into operation - Serbia, 17 October 2017  |  OMV Petrom officials investigated on energy market manipulation - Romania, 17 October 2017  |  Competition Council approved wind farm Dorobantu takeover - Romania, 17 October 2017  |  Romgaz and Transgaz concluded a gas transportation contract - Romania, 17 October 2017  |  NKM acquired local gas distributor - Hungary, 17 October 2017  |  Tellurian Energy considers investing in Alexandroupoli LNG terminal - Greece, 17 October 2017  |  All obstacles for Azeri natural gas deliveries to Bulgaria removed - Bulgaria, 17 October 2017  |  Second reactor for cancelled NPP Belene project shipped - Bulgaria, 17 October 2017  |  EPIAS to start trading natural gas in April 2018 - Turkey, 16 October 2017  |  Loan agreements for the construction of Cibuk 1 wind farm signed - Serbia, 16 October 2017  |  Works on Israel-Cyprus-Greece electricity interconnection to start in 2018 - Greece, 16 October 2017  |  Delivery of pipes for TAP in Albania, Greece and Italy completed - Region, 16 October 2017  |  Shell is again interested in oil exploration in FBiH - Bosnia and Herzegovina, 14 October 2017  |  Israel and Turkey are in advanced stage of gas pipeline talks - Turkey, 13 October 2017  |  SOCAR Turkey Enerji to acquire a stake in TANAP project by the end of 2017 - Turkey, 13 October 2017

Special Commission to investigate investments in electricity distribution network – Romania, 10 October 2017

Romanian Ministry of Energy issued a press release in which it said that a commission formed of the representatives of the Ministry and National Authority for Energy Regulation (ANRE) will check up the current state of electricity distribution network in the country as well as investment of the distribution companies.
The commission is set up via a Memorandum approved by the Government will be operational for a year, with the possibility of expanding this period if it’s necessary. Minister of Energy Toma Petcu said that the year 2017 brought several periods of extreme weather and each time it had to dealt with broken poles, broken rails and hundreds of people without electric energy. Although the weather changes are noticeable and the weather conditions are maybe more violent than in the previous years, the breakdowns width shows a bad state of the distribution networks. This commission will check if the planned investments of the distribution companies were made accordingly and at the quality standards, as in the origin countries of some of these companies, Minister Petcu concluded, adding that in some parts of the country there are still electricity networks older than 35 years.

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