Bulgaria still lags behind all other EU Member States in the use of green energy, according to a study of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
Bulgaria might be one of the first countries to receive Azerbaijani natural gas supplies, according to Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev, who received Monday his Bulgarian counterpart Georgi Parvanov.
The expected deliveries of natural gas from Azerbaijan to Bulgaria will be a "small breakthrough" for the European Union, Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov declared in Baku.
Natural gas in Bulgaria should cost BGN 699.05 per 1000 cubic meters, VAT excluded, in Q1 2012, or 17.61% over the Q4 2011, according to preliminary estimates of Bulgargaz.
The energy sector will be topping the agenda of outgoing Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov during his official visit to Azerbaijan.
Bulgarian Kozloduy nuclear power plant will increase the capacity of its two working units to 104%, which will increase the output of each reactor to 1100 MW.
Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov will make an official visit to Azerbaijan Monday to finalize a deal to purchase 1 B cubic meters of Azeri natural gas for Bulgaria's demands.
Bulgaria has asked the European Commission to allow an additional in-depth environmental impact study to be carried out before the launch of shale gas drilling in the country, according to Environment Minister Nona Karadzhova.
Three months after launching an investigation into a possible fuel price-fixing cartel, the Bulgarian Commission on Protection of Competition (KZK) concluded that there was no evidence of concerted practices among the four major players on the market.
The two trials for Lukoil's suspended tax warehouse operator permits at the Administrative Court Sofia City (ACSC) have once again been rescheduled.
Bulgaria's Minister of of Economy, Energy and Tourism boasted on Monday that the country had outperformed its interim and indicative targets on renewable energy and energy saving.
Reactions in Greece to Bulgaria's go-ahead to next phase of environmental assessment of the Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline have been expectedly positive.
Bulgaria's Environment Ministry has issued a positive ruling on the paperwork submitted to it by "Trans-Balkan Pipeline" for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of the Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline project.
Bulgaria is about to auction off a second stretch of its Black Sea shelf for deepwater oil and gas drilling.
Lukoil plans to acquire a 20 MW wind turbine park in Bulgarian a deal worth EUR 50 M, according to reports of Russian media.
Renewable energy systems built with funding from the European Union will sell energy at preferential prices, according to proposed amendments to the Ordinance on Regulation of Electricity Prices.
Key Russian papers have been busy speculating about the degree of aversion on the part of Bulgarian president-elect Rosen Plevneliev to joint Russian-Bulgarian energy projects.
Bulgaria's Environment Ministry has postponed by one addition week its final decision on the fate of the troubled Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline project.
Bulgaria has not been officially notified of Russia's plans to more than double its EUR 58 M claim against Bulgarian state utility NEK, which it filed at an arbitration court in Paris in July.
Russia's nuclear company has warned it may double its EUR 58 M claim against Bulgarian state utility NEK, which it filed in July over delayed payments on Belene nuclear project.
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