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 […]
Bulgaria’s utilities regulator decided on December 30 to raise the gas prices by 4.7 per cent starting January 1 2017, well below the 13 per cent hi ...
Bulgaria’s state-owned electric utility NEK has paid 601.6 million euro in damages to Atomstroyexport, the foreign contracts subsidiary of Russi ...
Slovakia may receive some funds for its gas projects from the European Commission. The country’s gas transporter Eustream has requested co-financing ...
Bulgarian prosecutors continued pressing charges in connection to their investigation into alleged mismanagement of the Belene nuclear power plant project, with Delyan Dobrev becoming on November 18 the third former […]
Bulgaria’s prosecutor’s office said on November 17 that it has formally charged former economy and energy minister Roumen Ovcharov with criminal mismanagement in connection with a deal involving the Belene nuclear […]
The visit of the outgoing US President Barack Obama to Athens is going to go down as one of the important moments in Greece’s political history. It’s the fourth visit […]
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov opened at a ceremony on November 11 the gas interconnector pipeline with Romania, describing it as a key step towards diversification of gas supply sources […]
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov met with his counterpart from Belgrade, Aleksandar Vučić, and Skopje, Emil Dimitriev, during the annual meeting of heads of government of the countries of Central […]
The EU has lifted a cap on the Russian gas company’s access to the Opal pipeline in Germany. The agreement paves the way for Moscow to expand its Nord Stream […]