Part of the South Stream gas pipeline could pass through Crimea, according to some Russian media reports confirmed by Bulgaria's Deputy Economy Minister.
Power distributor CEZ has proposed a settlement to the Bulgarian National Electricity Company (NEK), officials from the state-owned utility announced Monday.
Representatives of Bulgarian Photovoltaic Association (BPA) were hindered from entering Bulgarian energy watchdog DKEVR's session on Monday.
Bulgarian energy watchdog DKEVR has postponed its decision whether to scrap the permits of operating power distributors.
Germany's concern Siemens is to provide the electrical systems and control and measurement apparatus for the offshore section of the South Stream.
Russia will raise the price of gas for Ukraine to USD 485 per 1000 cubic meters.
Bulgaria's Parliament will hold a first-reading discussion of a set of amendments to the Energy Act concerning the South Stream gas pipeline project.
Former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has predicted that Bulgaria will become a major producer of gas in Europe.
The European Commission has requested clarification from Bulgaria regarding a proposed ammendment to the Energy Act.
Varna's Thermal Power Station is still waiting for BGN 35.4 M of payments by Bulgarian State Electricity Company (NEK).
Bulgaria will participate in the construction of a floating liquefied natural gas terminal near the Greek city of Kavala in a bid to secure constant access to natural gas.
The Southern Gas Corridor is an important step towards energy diversification in the entire southeastern European region, according to Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
Bulgaria's Competition Protection Commission (CPC) accused the natural gas distributor Bulgargaz of abuse of dominant position.
All 316 employees of the thermal power station in Bulgaria's city of Varna are going out on strike.
Some 25% of buildings can become energy efficient by 2020 if Bulgaria absorbs the next programming period funds, according to Regional Development Minister Desislava Terzieva.
Around 500 000 Bulgarians find it difficult to pay their electricity bills, an expert at a Bulgarian energy trade union said.
Bulgaria's Parliament adopted incentives for small and rooftop power plants with a capacity of up to 30 KW.
Energo-Pro has become the second power distributor to sue Bulgaria at the World Bank's arbitrary court.
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