Bulgaria is set to renew on Tuesday its electricity exports that it stopped due to the severe winter conditions in the country.
Russian energy giant Gazprom has reduced the price of gas in its long-term contracts for European consumers by 10%.
Bulgaria's government is expected to list its 33% minority stake in E.ON and CEZ power distributors in April and May respectively in a bid to enliven the local stock exchange and boost revenues.
Traicho Traikov, Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism, has suggested that the shale gas debate in Bulgaria will resume so that society can be presented with the absolute truth about the matter.
Russian company Transneft has not given up on the Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline project, the company's Deputy President Mikhail Barkov has revealed.
The Bulgarian government has widened the scope of work of the State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR) through amendments to the Ordinance on Licensing Energy Sector Activities in connection with the Energy from Renewable Sources Act and t
A Movement for Energy Independence (DEN) will be established next week, the organizers of the initiative announced Tuesday at a press conference.
Heating prices in Bulgaria will go up on April 1 over the increase of fuel prices on global markets, the Head of the State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation, DKEVR, Angel Semerdzhiev, announced Tuesday.
China Ming Yang Wind Power Group Ltd., a Guangdong-based wind turbine manufacturer, has agreed to supply machines on 125 MW of projects in Bulgaria.
Bulgaria's electricity balance has stabilized since the country stopped exporting electricity as of midnight on February 10, announced Bulgarian Minister of Economy, Energy, and Tourism Traicho Traikov.
Prices of gas in the US are 20% from those in Bulgaria, says US Energy Envoy for Eurasia Richard Morningstar, who was on an official visit to Sofia Thursday and Friday.
Bulgaria's state-owned gas supplier Bulgargaz has demanded that natural gas prices in the country go up by almost 27% as of April 1, 2012.
Bulgaria's Economy and Energy Minister, Traicho Traikov and the Ministry assure that there would be no power outages and planned blackouts in the country over the shortage of electric power.
The main issues that Bulgaria needs to stress on in its energy policy are diversification and transparency, stated US Energy Envoy for Eurasia Richard Morningstar, who is on an official visit to Sofia.
Starting 1 am Friday Bulgaria is stopping the export of electricity due to higher domestic consumption in exceptionally cold winter conditions.
Bulgaria is fully committed to implementing the South Stream natural gas pipeline jointly with Russia, said Bulgarian Minister of Finance Simeon Djankov following his trip to Moscow.
Pavel Shopov, MP from nationalist party Ataka, has called for a moratorium on the sale of state-owned minority stakes in power distribution companies, arguing that their privatization would hurt public interests.
Bulgaria, Slovakia and Lithuania need an additional EUR 2.5 B for the decommissioning of eight non-upgradeable nuclear reactors, according to a report of the European Court of Auditors (ECA).
Russia fully guarantees adequate delivery of natural gas to Europe, stated Russian Energy Minister Sergei Shmatko upon meeting Bulgarian counterpart Traicho Traikov in Moscow Tuesday.
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