Bulgaria's Finance Ministry and Customs have won an important round in their legal dispute with Lukoil Bulgaria over the installation of electronic measuring gauges.
Russian company Stroytransgaz is preparing to sign contracts for the construction of the overland sections of the South Stream gas pipeline on the Balkans.
If power supply is unstable and substandard for a period of over 10 days in a month, the customer will not have to pay their electricity bill for the respective month, according to a set of proposed amendments to Bulgaria's Energy Act.
LUKErg Renew, a joint venture between Italy's ERG SpA (ERG) and Russia's OAO Lukoil, has received permission from the Commission on Protection of Competition (KZK), to buy four Bulgarian companies running wind farms in the northeastern village of Hrabrovo
Bulgaria's Administrative Court Sofia City (ACSC) has ordered the government, the Ministry of Economy and Energy (MIET) and the Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) to declassify all analyses and evaluations of HSBC bank, the Bulgarian government consultant on
Maritsa Iztok Mines (Mini Maritsa Iztok EAD) will remain a state-owned company and there will be no staff cuts, according to Dragomir Stoynev, Bulgaria's Economy and Energy Minister.
Bulgaria's Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) has run up losses of BGN 5.8 M in the first half of 2013, unlike 2012, when the NPP registered a profit.
Bulgaria's government has authorized the research ship “Maria S. Merian” under German flag to carry out research in the region of the Black Sea aiming to find unconventional source of natural gas at the end of 2013.
Bulgarian state-owned gas transmission operator Bulgartransgaz expects domestic production of natural gas to increase nearly 5-fold in 10 years.
Yavor Kuyumdzhiev, MP of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and Deputy Chair of the Parliamentary Energy Committee, has said that the fee charged for re-connection to the power grid is illegal and should be abolished.
TransAtlantic Petroleum Ltd. has announced a joint venture agreement in Bulgaria.
Bulgaria's electricity exports have reached a level of 1600 MW/h, registering a substantial increase from the rate of 128 MW/h in May 2013, according to reports of the Ministry of Economy and Energy (MIET).
Bylgaria's minister of Economy and Energy, Dragomir Stoynev , has assured that discharges will not be made in the Maritza Iztok Complex – the largest energy complex in Bulgaria, located in Stara Zagora Province.
Coal mining company Otkrit Vagledobiv Mines EAD faces unavoidable staff cuts, according to Nikolay Spasov, trade union leader at the company and Deputy Chair of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Miners.
The owner of the Oranovo coal mine has two weeks to bring the operations in line with legal requirements, according to Dragomir Stoynev, Bulgaria's Economy and Energy Minister.
Dragomir Stoynev, Bulgaria's Economy and Energy Minister, has said that the Oranovo mine, where a fatal collapse claimed the lives of four miners, will stop working until its activity becomes legally compliant and the working conditions are safe.
Dragomir Stoynev, Bulgaria's Economy and Energy Minister, has vowed to remedy the important irregularities uncovered by the tragic accident at the Oranovo coal mine, which claimed at least two lives.
On Thursday, August 1 2013, new lower electricity prices come into force in Bulgaria, it has been announced.
Bulgaria's energy sector is experiencing an extremely difficult situation, according to a report of Economy and Energy Minister Dragomir Stoynev.
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