Gazprom's deputy head for economic and financial affairs announced on Wednesday there was "a high degree of readiness" to provide funding for the so-called Turkish Stream pipeline.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and European Council President Donald Tusk discussed on Wednesday the large energy projects which can be realised in Bulgaria.
Bulgaria’s energy regulator KEVR has endorsed a proposal by gas utility Bulgargaz to cut gas price for end suppliers by 9.97% for the third quarter.
Gazprom spokesperson Sergey Kupriyanov has announced that the energy giant is ready to discuss Turkish Stream with Ankara following the move by Turkey's President Erdogan to apologize over the downer Russian warplane.
Bulgaria's former President (2002-2012) has voiced his hope that the South Stream pipeline will make its way through the country despite having been abandoned in 2014.
The energy ministers of Bulgaria and Russia have agreed that the two countries need to find a mutually acceptable solution for the future use of the equipment already produced for the abandoned Belene nuclear power plant project.
The European Commission has closed the case 4062/12/ENER against Bulgaria related to restrictions on electricity exports and imposing of import and export taxes, the Energy Ministry announced on Thursday.
Iran could ruin Bulgarian hopes to sell a reactor it will receive from Russian company Atomstroyexport, Russian daily Kommersant quotes experts as saying.
Bulgarian Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova has asserted electricity prices will not go up after last week's announcement that an arbitration court has ordered the country to pay more than half a billion euro over an abandoned nuclear project.
An arbitration suit in Paris has ended with Bulgaria being forced to pay EUR 550 M to Russia's Atomstroyexport, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has said.
Extending the lifespan of the two operating units at Kozloduy nuclear power plant is of paramaount importance for the Bulgarian coalition government, Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova said on Friday.
A Romanian government official has said that a gas interconnection between Romania and Bulgaria is expected to come on stream in 2016.
Bulgarian Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova has made clear her country is only ready to pursue the development of new nuclear capacities on certain conditions.
Bulgaria will be able to receive up to three million cubic metres of natural gas from Greece daily.
Energy liberalisation and diversification of gas suppliers are a priority for Bulgaria, President Rosen Plevneliev said at a meeting with EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager in Sofia on Friday.
Bulgaria and Slovakia have signed an agreement for future providing gas supplies to the Balkan country via the proposed Eastring pipeline.
The construction of an interconnection pipeline linking the gas transmission systems of Bulgaria and Turkey would start in the next two weeks, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said on Thursday, according to public radio broadcaster BNR.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Moscow has neither abandoned the projected South Stream natural gas pipeline nor what has been considered as its substitute Turkish Stream.
Bulgaria has cancelled court proceedings for the closure of a joint project company with Russia and Greece formed to build an oil pipeline linking Bulgarian Black Sea port of Burgas with Greece’s Aegean port of Alexandroupolis.
Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova on Sunday fended off claims of backroom deals related to the bridge loan for the Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) and the visit of a ministry delegation to Japan.
Bulgaria’s energy regulator will discuss on Thursday proposals to keep electricity prices for consumers flat or little changed and cut prices of heating energy by up to 16% from the beginning of next month.
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