Bulgaria’s Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) levied new charges of unfair trade practices against the country’s three private electricity distribution companies on July 25. The three distribution firms – […]
OMV Petrom, a company controlled by the Austrian group OMV, announced that it had discovered new reserves of oil in shallow waters off the Romanian c ...
Romania is expected to achieve energy independence by the end of the decade, due to shale gas and alternative energy sources like wind and nuclear pow ...
The political crisis in Ukraine, including its dispute with Moscow over the flow of Russian natural gas, has forced many European nations to reconside ...
The head of Russian energy company Gazprom, Alexei Miller, will arrive for an official visit to Croatia on July 9, during which he is expected to meet with Croatian President […]
Kristian Vigenin, foreign minister in the Bulgarian Socialist Party government that will resign within the next couple of weeks, has insisted during a visit to the Serbian capital Belgrade that […]
A two-day event kicked off in London on July 1 where Greece presented opportunities of oil exploitation in the Ionian and Aegean Sea to foreign investors. Major oil companies turned up […]
Bulgaria’s State Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (SEWRC) said on June 30 that it approved higher prices for end-consumers starting July 1, despite previously announcing plans to carry out a […]
Bulgaria’s state-owned electricity utility NEK has amassed 2.9 billion leva (about 1.48 billion euro) in debt, the head of Bulgaria’s State Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (SEWRC) Boyan Boev said […]
Since Russia’s Gazprom cut the gas supplies to Ukraine on June 16, the government has been intensively looking for the energy model which would be based on full independence from […]