The second Bulgarian Nuclear plant Belene may cost up to EUR 10 B if the price is calculated in reference to the inflation rate in Russia.
Turkey's CCG, part of the Ceylan conglomerate, has wrapped up talks for the sale of its 30.1% stake in the joint venture set up to implement the long-delayed hydropower project at Gorna Arda river in Bulgaria, a government official said.
An Austrian consortium between energy firm EVN and construction company Alpine Bau is interested in the long-delayed hydropower project at Gorna Arda river in Bulgaria,
Until 2020, around 40% of the natural gas that Bulgaria uses will be provided though the Greek TGI pipe, Nabucco gas pipeline, and liquefied gas terminal.
The Russian gas monopoly Gazprom has confirmed the news that Turkmenistan gas supplies to Russia had been stopped over pipeline explosion.
Bulgaria's two biggest opposition right-wing parties have called for a moratorium on moves that would secure the country's dependence on Russia after the current government steps down.
Bulgarian consumers should have the final say in introducing monthly or quarterly power bill, the head of the country's energy watchdog has proposed.
The contract to manage the design of a new national nuclear waste disposal facility in Bulgaria has been awarded to an experienced consortium Monday.
The Bulgarian government has asked Russia to avoid using Bulgaria's gas pipeline network for transit purposes in its South Stream project.
The German company N-Vision Energy is going to invest about EUR 300 M in the construction of two wind power parks in Bulgaria.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Sergey Stanishev will pay a working visit to Moscow from April 26 to 28, the press office of the government announced.
Bulgaria's energy watchdog has fined Czech power utility CEZ BGN 500 000 for not introducing monthly power bills, it said on Wednesday.
Just ten days after visiting Moscow to secure funding for Bulgaria's second nuclear power plant, Economy and Energy Minister Petar Dimitrov will be heading for the Russian capital again.
Austrian companies will invest EUR 260 M until 2011 in Bulgaria for renewable energy projects.
The oil transit pipeline connecting Bulgaria's port of Burgas and Greece's Alexandroupolis should be completed at the end of 2012.
Sofia is in talks with Moscow for securing temporary financing for the planned EUR 4.0 B nuclear power plant at Belene, for which Bulgaria contracted Russia's Atomstroyexport.
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