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June 21, 2016, by The Kyiv Post

Ukraine’s National Anti-Corruption Bureau and Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office detained 10 former officials suspected of embezzlement of three billion hryvnia (1 euro = 28.16 hryvnia) through fraudulent gas sales. On […]

Belene nuclear plant site, screengrab from Bulgarian National Television

Bulgaria loses Belene nuclear power plant arbitration court action

June 16, 2016, by The Sofia Globe staff

Bulgaria’s state electric utility NEK lost an arbitration lawsuit against Russia’s Atomstroyexport, the company picked to build two 1000MW ...

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Russian oil major Lukoil mulls sale of Bulgarian refinery – report

June 16, 2016, by The Sofia Globe staff

Russian privately-held oil major Lukoil is considering the sale of refining assets in Europe, including in Bulgaria, Russian business daily RBK report ...

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Bulgarian, Romanian presidents urge energy independence for SEE

June 15, 2016, by Independent Balkan News Agency

Energy dependency is the biggest weakness of South Eastern Europe and building a modern energy infrastructure and interconnection of the national gas ...

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    Bulgaria completes gas compressor upgrade at Greek border
    June 13, 2016, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    Bulgaria has completed the upgrade of a gas compressor station at Petrich, near the border with Greece, which completes the first stage of upgrades to the country’s gas grid and […]

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    Poland launches Polish Mining Group
    April 27, 2016, by The Warsaw Voice

    Representatives of mining and energy companies as well as banks and financial institutions signed a deal on April 26 2016 founding the Polish Mining Group (PGG) in an effort to […]