The refinery Plama in Bulgaria's northern city of Pleven is going to reopen in December 2011.
The heating utility in Bulgaria's capital Sofia announced it is ready to start providing heat to customers as of next Monday, but would rather not because of the expected warm spell.
The Bulgarian Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in the Danube town of Kozloduy is holding Saturday an open doors day, the NPP informs.
Amendments to Bulgaria's Excise Duties and Tax Warehouses Act proposed by the Finance Ministry provide for an increase in excise duty rates for a number of fuels and the introduction of excise duty rates for methane and natural gas for heating purposes.
The capital Sofia will have several electric car charging stations in just weeks, according to Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister, Traicho Traikov.
Russian energy giant Gazprom is interested in acquiring power generation assets in Great Britain, Germany and Benelux, according to Denis Fyodorov, CEO of Gazprom EnergoHolding.
Bulgaria's state-run power grid operator has tabled a lawsuit in Geneva against Russia's state nuclear company Atomstroyexport over delayed payments on the planned Belene nuclear plant, the energy minister said on Thursday.
Philips has unveiled its first showroom in Bulgaria and on the Balkans displaying innovative home lighting solutions.
Bulgaria's state-run power grid operator has tabled a lawsuit against Russia's state nuclear company Atomstroyexport over delayed payments on the planned Belene nuclear plant, the energy minister said on Thursday.
Bulgarian Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism Traicho Traikov has conceded that shale gas prospecting implies risks, saying that the aim is to evaluate them correctly so as to keep the dangers to a minimum.
The project for Bulgaria's second nuclear power plant in Belene has met the international "stress-test" safety requirements, announced Russian state company Atomstroyexport, which is supposed to construct the Belene NPP.
The European Union has formally proposed that Kazakhstan join the Trans-Caspian Pipeline project designed to transport Central Asian gas to Europe, European Commissioner Gunther Oettinger said at the opening of the Eurasian forum KAZENERGY in Astana.
Austrian energy giant OMV is mulling exiting its gas station business in Bulgaria and several other countries in Central and Eastern Europe, a report says.
Bulgaria's Environment Ministry is expected to decide the fate of the troubled Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline project within 30 days, as the project company TBP has submitted its environmental impact assessment.
Bulgaria and Russia have reached an agreement to extend the negotiations over Belene nuclear project by another six months as of the beginning of October amidst continuing haggling over its price and feasibility.
The two trials for Lukoil's suspended tax warehouse operator permits at the Administrative Court Sofia City (ACSC) will continue on November 09.
Lukoil President Vagit Alekperov has rejected allegations of a clash with the Bulgarian government, saying that the existing problems lie with technicalities.
Natural gas prices will go up by 6.67% to BGN 594.37 per 1000 cu m, VAT excluded,as of October, according to an announcement of Bulgaria's State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR).
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