Russian energy concern Gazprom is to slash gas deliveries to Poland by 24 percent, Polish state company PGNiG has announced.
Earthwork for the construction of Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline (TANAP) will start on April 1 next year, the President of Azerbaijan's State Oil Company (SOCAR) Rovnag Abdullayev said on Tuesday.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed a bill allowing the concession of underground gas depots to EU and US companies especially created for that purpose.
Chief executives of the Bobov Dol thermal power plant and trade union representatives have reached agreement with Bulgaria's caretaker government on normalizing the work at the plant and the coal mining companies in the region.
The Ministry of Economy has granted access to all documents related to the South Stream pipeline project's Bulgarian section.
Bulgaria's Kozloduy nuclear power plant was launched 40 years ago today.
Vasil Shtonov, Bulgaria's caretaker Minister of Economy and Energy, has cited the life extension of units 5, 6 of the Kozloduy nuclear power plant as one of the key priorities on his agenda.
A senior Bulgarian cabinet member has denied a media report claiming Bulgaria and Russia are discussing possibilities to exempt the South Stream project from EU restrictions.
Caretaker Economy and Energy Minister Vasil Shtonov spoke in favor of a gradual rise in electricity prices in the next years.
The Bulgarian energy regulator DKEVR is to have a new Chair on Wednesday as the Council of Ministers is expected to approve a new head at its regular session.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev will visit Azerbaijan in the third week of September (23-24) to take part in the celebrations for the 20th anniversary of the so-called "Contract of the Century.
One of the four vessels used in the construction of the South Stream pipeline's underwater section has arrived at the port of the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Burgas.
Power distributor EVN has asked Bulgaria’s State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR) for a 17.9% price increase as of October 1.
Russian energy concern Gazprom has accused the European Commission that it is putting a wheel on South Stream for political reasons.
Less than 5% of natural gas consumption in Bulgaria is provided through domestic production, according to data of state-owned gas company Bulgargaz for H1, 2014.
The Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) and power distributor CEZ have signed a memorandum of cooperation on searching technical and economic solutions to extend the life of the Varna Thermal Power Plant.
Five coal mining companies in Bulgaria are directly affected by the decision of the Ministry of Environment and Water to stop one of the units of the Bobov Dol Thermal Power Plant, according to trade unionists.
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