Tag: energy imports

Desulfurization facilities at TPP Kostolac B significantly reduced SO2 emissions – Serbia, 30 April 2021

Serbian Ministry of Environmental Protection said that coal-fired thermal power plants are among the biggest polluters in the country, however, the installation of desulfurization facilities can significantly reduce emissions of sulfur-dioxide. The first such facility was installed at TPP Kostola Full article available for subscribers of Energy NEWS service (PDF publications, energy news, analyses, power […]

NIS approved dividend for 2019 – Serbia, 30 June 2020

Shareholders of Serbian oil company NIS approved the Board’s proposal for the payment of dividend for 2019 in total amount of 37.4 million euros, which is lower compared to last year when NIS distributed over 55 million euros in dividend for 2018. The statement from the company said that it will Full article available for […]

Energy imports bill dropped by almost 60 % in April – Turkey, 29 May 2020

According to the data from the Turkish Statistical Institute (Turkstat), the country’s energy imports in April 2020 decreased by 59.8 % compared to the same month last year and amounted to 1.48 billion dollars. In comparison, energy imports in April 2019 stood around 2.36 billion dollars. The cou Full article available for subscribers of Energy […]