Gasoline rates in Bulgaria have climbed to a new record high, stoking fears of a new wave of price hikes of related commodities.
Bulgarian left-wing MP Rumen Petkov has rejected allegations that Lukoil participates in smuggling schemes.
The newly-appointed CEO of state-owned Bulgartransgaz company, a subsidiary of Bulgargaz, Kiril Temelkov will also be in charge of the Bulgarian firm for the realization of the Nabucco gas transit pipeline.
Bulgarian Energy Minister Traicho Traikov has expressed his confidence in the fact that the South Stream gas pipeline will be granted a derogation by the European Commission on third-party access requirements.
Bourgas-based refinery Lukoil Neftochim may be stripped of its license allowing it to operate as a tax warehouse, according to Customs Agency head Vanyo Tanov.
Bulgaria, represented by the state-owned Bulgarian Energy Holding and Bulgargaz, must step up its participation in shale gas exploration and production, according to a host of local energy experts.
The Bulgarian government has approved a contribution to the Bulgarian state company for the construction of the vastly troubled Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline, which is at the bare minimum for keeping the project alive.
P2 Solar, Inc., based in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, has announced it has executed an option agreement to develop a 7.3 MW solar power farm in Bulgaria.
Gehrlicher Solar AG, a German company, has completed its first Bulgarian photovoltaic project, a 1.
Bulgaria and Turkey are going to use their contacts to secure more natural gas for the Nabucco gas than the future European gas transit pipeline needs, according to Presidents Georgi Parvanov and Abdullah Gul.
Bulgaria will hold auctions for a total of six shale gas exploration blocks, said Kristalina Stoykova from the Geological Institute at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS).
Bulgaria is making definite steps to achieve a fourfold reduction in the amount of natural gas it is buying from Russia, according to an extensive publication by Russian paper Kommersant.
Bulgaria's Commission on Protection of Competition (CPC) has fined three companies which participated in the construction of desulphurisation installations at the state-owned thermal power plant Maritsa East 2.
A newly-discovered natural gas deposit near Lovech in Northern Bulgaria contains 10 billion cubic meters of gas, Bulgaria's Minister of Economy, Energy, and Tourism announced.
Toshiba is going to perform a feasibility study for the construction of a coal-fired thermal power plant in Bulgaria that will feature carbon capture and storage facilities (CCS), the Japanese company has announced.
Bulgaria's National Electric Company NEK and Russia's Atomstroyexport, a subsidiary of Rosatom, have signed an annex extending by 3 months their contract for the construction of the Belene NPP, which should become the second Bulgarian nuclear power plant.
Russian oil pipeline operator Transneft will soon consider if it is still expedient to attempt further cooperation with Bulgaria on the trans-Balkan Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline project, Transneft President Nikolai Tokarev said on Friday.
Bulgarian-German company BCI OOD is going to invest over EUR 200 M in a photovoltaic park in the Kazanlak Municipality in Central Bulgaria.
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