The heating utility in Bulgaria's capital Sofia "Toplofikatsiya" announces Tuesday they are ready to provide heat to customers if the latter so desire.
Bulgaria has coordinated its position on the Nabucco gas transit pipeline with Turkey and Georgia, and will be seeking further support from the EU to accelerate the project.
Bulgaria should be able to start exporting electricity to Turkey end of October, the energy ministers of the two countries agreed in Sofia.
Bulgaria is in negotiations with Georgia for the transit of 2 billion cubic meters of natural gas from Azerbaijan.
Standard&Poor's Ratings Services announced it has lowered the corporate credit rating on Bulgaria-based National Electricity Utility NEK.
The Bulgarian Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in the Danube town of Kozloduy is holding Saturday an open doors day, the NPP informs.
Czech-owned power utility CEZ has formally approved the decision to pay a total dividend of BGN 41 M to the Bulgarian government.
Bulgarian Energy Minister Traicho Traikov has met with his Turkish counterpart, Taner Yildiz, during the second edition of the two-day "Black Sea Energy and Economy Forum" in Istanbul.
Edinburgh- based oil and gas explorer Melrose Resources has landed a seven-year concession contract to extract natural gas from the Kaliakra field in Bulgaria, the government announced.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov hinted he has asked Russian company Atomstroyexport to build the Belene Nuclear Power Plant for not more than EUR 7 B.
The second edition of the "Black Sea Energy and Economy Forum" has started in Istanbul with Bulgarian Economy Minister Traicho Traikov among the participants.
Macedonia will hold talks on October 1 with Russian gas giant Gazprom on joining the South Stream gas pipeline project.
The Bulgarian State Commission on Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR) will discuss on Tuesday the decrease of the natural gas price by 1% from October.
Five power plants in Bulgaria that do not meet EU eco-requirements must close down by end of October, raising concern about environmental responsibility, energy supplies and unemployment.
Russia has expectations that Bulgaria will renew the construction of its second Nuclear Power Plant in the Danube town of Belene, the Russian news agency ITAR-TASS informs Monday.
The Bulgarian and Greek ministers in charge of energy are meeting in Thessaloniki Wednesday in order to coordinate the project for connecting the natural gas pipeline networks of the two countries.
Czech energy giant CEZ has started a procedure to exit the project for the expansion of Romania's nuclear power plant Cernavoda.
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