Russian company Atomstroyexport representatives will visit Bulgaria coming week to effect further negotiations on the Belene NPP.
The Fortum energy company makes its own decisions and does not represent the Finnish energy interests in Bulgaria, the Finnish Ambassador in Sofia Tarja Laitiainen said in an exclusive interview for Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)
Bulgaria's state-owned monopoly Bulgargaz has asked the state regulator to decrease the consumer price for natural gas in the first quarter of 2011 by close to 2%
The economic consultancy firm Candole has published a study debunking five alleged "myths" about Bulgaria's potential second NPP, arguing that the country should abandon the project.
Austrian company EVN is expected to purchase a 70% stake in the Bulgarian hydro power plant project "Gorna Arda" from Turkish company Ceylan in the first quarter of 2011.
The second biggest energy company in Bulgaria, the Maritsa East 2 Thermal Power Plant, is under investigation for law violations, according to Plovdiv's Regional Prosecutor's Office.
Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov has suggested that the former Cabinet of PM Sergey Stanishev yielded to Russian pressure on determining escalation costs for the construction of the Belene NPP back in 2008.
The Bulgarian authorities closed down two more units of the troubled thermal power plant Brikel owned by controversial energy tycoon Hristo Kovachki.
The project to build a second Nuclear Power Plant in Bulgaria's Danube town of Belene was not delayed one bit by the cabinet of the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) party.
At the time being Finnish energy company Fortum is only committed to 1% of the project company for Bulgarian Belene NPP, Fortum Executive Vice President Anne Brunila told Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency).
Bulgaria, Russia and third parties signed crucial memorandums on the creation of a company to construct the Belene NPP, committing to the project whose fate was not clear up to now.
Bulgaria and Greece have signed Tuesday a contract for interconnection of their natural gas networks that must be built by 2013, announced Bulgarian Minister of Energy Traicho Traikov.
The project to build a second Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in Bulgaria's Danube town of Belene does not have a life on its own, the right-wing leader Ivan Kostov declared
Finnish state-owned Fortum and French consulting firm Altran Technologies are the two companies which are willing to participate in the building of the Belene Nuclear Power Plant in Bulgaria.
A bank guarantee for Bulgaria in order to participate in the project to build the "Nabucco" gas pipeline would lead to over deficit, Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, says.
Bulgaria and Russia have made a mistake by not specifying the exact raise of cost for the construction of the Belene nuclear power plant, the CEO of the Russian state nuclear energy company Rosatom has announced.
The CEO of the Russian state nuclear energy company Rosatom, Sergey Kiriyenko, will not comment on anybody's statements, the company spokesperson, Sergey Novikov, said.
Russian state nuclear energy company Rosatom has announced it was ready to provide nuclear fuel for Bulgaria's Belene nuclear power plant for the whole period of its exploitation, which is 60 years.
Bulgaria will not give any more money for the Belene nuclear power plant, Bulgaria's PM Boyko Borisov has announced.
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