Energy Daily 19.10.2015

Edition 19.10.2015 of SEE+Hungary Energy Daily, with  45 pages and 14 energy news articles

 

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Table of content, edition 19.10.2015:

ENERGY NEWS

[Region, 16.10.] Energy Community adopted 20 % target on energy efficiency

[Albania, 16.10.] State officials sued over CEZ agreement

[Bosnia and Herzegovina, 16.10.] HES Vrbas claims 23.5 million euros from RS Government

[Bosnia and Herzegovina, 16.10.] Energy Community imposed sanctions on BiH

[Bulgaria, 16.10.] NPP Kozloduy modernization agreement signed with Rosatom

[Croatia, 16.10.] Dalekovod made a settlement in Albania

[Croatia, 16.10.] TPP Plomin C project could drive HEP into bankruptcy

[Greece, 16.10.] Hellenic Petroleum expects 2016 EBITDA over 650 million euros

[Romania, 16.10.] Energy strategy will not be ready this autumn

[Romania, 16.10.] Romgaz is the most profitable state-owned company

[Romania, 16.10.] Transgaz applied for 224 million euros for the construction of BRHA gas corridor

[Romania, 17.10.] OMV Petrom to sell its wind farm

[Serbia, 16.10.] EPS’ investment plan presented

[Turkey, 16.10.] Turkey plans to increase its natural gas storage capacities

 

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