The European Commission said on March 13 that it has asked eight Eastern European member states for comments on the list of commitments submitted by Gazprom to address the pending […]
The head of Bulgaria’s Energy and Water Regulatory Commission said on March 9 that he would make no public statements until after the early parl ...
Slovakia is getting closer to reducing its dependence on Russian natural gas. Two projects of the country’s gas transmission system operator Eus ...
Royal Dutch Shell concluded exploration activities on Bulgaria’s Black Sea shelf last month, where it holds the licence for the 1-14 Silistar bl ...
Bulgaria’s Energy Ministry was drafting the necessary tender documentation to pick a contractor that would build the gas inter-connector pipeline between Greece and Bulgaria, targeting early 2018 for the start […]
In what is hardly a surprise development, the prolonged sub-zero winter weather in Bulgaria in January has resulted in high electricity bills for household consumers. In the capital city Sofia, […]
Bulgaria’s caretaker Energy Minister Nikolai Pavlov has ordered the resumption of the country’s electricity exports as of February 9, after exports were suspended on January 13 because of record low […]
The head of Bulgaria’s energy regulator, Ivan Ivanov, has dismissed speculation that the country is at risk of power cuts. Ivanov’s statements on January 24 came after several weeks of […]
Bulgaria’s two largest political parties – Boiko Borissov’s GERB and the opposition socialist party – are engaged in a war of words over the Bulgarian Socialist Party’s allegations that the […]
Bulgarian former energy and economy minister Traicho Traikov said on January 1 that he has been indicted on charges of mismanagement in relation to the sale of the minority stake […]