Bulgaria’s Cabinet endorsed on December 11 the Economy Ministry’s recommendations to begin negotiations for the construction of a new nuclear unit at Kozloduy power plant, using Westinghouse’s AP1000 reactor design. […]
The head of Bulgaria’s State Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (SEWRC), Anzhela Toneva, submitted her resignation late on December 10, and will ...
The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) Bulgaria and Confindustria Bulgaria have called on the Bulgarian Government to implement reforms that would ...
Electricity distribution companies in Bulgaria are conducting campaigns to help customers whose power consumption is significantly higher with the ons ...
Poland will hold a meeting with shale gas investors and experts on December 10 before making final decisions on the shape of the hydrocarbons bill, newly appointed Minister of Environment […]
The European Commission has asked countries that have signed up to the South Stream gas pipeline project promoted by Moscow to renegotiate their bilateral agreements to bring them in line […]
US company Chevron announced on December 2 2013 that it had resumed exploration works in the Vaslui County, in Eastern Romania, after a month during which it suspended work because […]
Bulgaria is set to reduce the feed-in tariff paid to solar and wind power producers by 20 per cent after the two major parties in the country’s ruling axis agreed […]
Bulgaria’s Economy Minister Dragomir Stoynev said on November 29 that Vladimir Inkov will be “put in charge” of South Stream, the gas pipeline being developed at Kremlin’s urging, in order […]
Poland will begin commercial production of shale gas next year, deputy Environment Minister and Chief National Geologist Piotr Wozniak said during the Wednesday “Shale Gas World Europe” conference in Warsaw, […]