Bulgaria’s Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) said on May 13 that it has charged state-owned electric utility NEK with abusing its dominant position on the electricity production and wholesale markets. […]
Representatives of mining and energy companies as well as banks and financial institutions signed a deal on April 26 2016 founding the Polish Mining G ...
Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) has agreed a bridge loan with three foreign banks worth 535 million euro, which it will use to pay debts owed to two co ...
The international consortium led by French energy conglomerate Total will begin drilling for oil and gas on Bulgaria’s Black Sea shelf in May, it em ...
The Polish government is satisfied with the pace of work on a strategic natural gas pipeline project Baltic Pipe linking the Polish and Norwegian gas transit systems via Denmark and […]
Bulgaria is preparing for the construction of a future gas hub near the Black Sea city of Varna through the modernisation and development of gas infrastructure this year and in […]
Bulgaria’s utilities regulator decided on March 31 to cut the gas prices by 23 per cent on an annual basis starting April 1, a significantly higher decrease compared to its […]
The building of a European Energy Union and regional energy market is a shared priority for Bulgaria and Croatia, Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev said in Sofia after talks on March […]
The European Commission said on March 3 that it has found the agreement between Greece and the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) to be in line with EU state aid rules, clearing […]
Bulgaria’s Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) said on February 25 that it opened a formal investigation against seven petrol and diesel fuel retailers, who are suspected of entering a […]