Bulgaria’s Parliament rejected on February 3 a motion tabled by ultra-nationalist party Ataka, which called for resuming construction on the South Stream gas pipeline, cancelled by Russia in December 2014. […]
Ukraine’s electric power grid is once again under cyberattack, just one month after a similar incident successfully brought down portions of the sys ...
Bulgaria’s government again re-iterated on January 20 its position that it has never been officially notified of the cancellation of the South S ...
US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland held talks in Sofia on January 20 2016 with Prime Minister Boiko Bor ...
Bulgaria’s state-owned gas grid operator Bulgartransgaz will receive 850 000 euro for a feasibility study as part of the latest EU funding package for trans-European energy infrastructure projects, worth a […]
In the last months of 2015, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine over Crimea’s annexation and continuing strife in Ukraine’s east appeared largely to be in stalemate. But now, with […]
Bulgaria’s Energy and Water Regulatory Commission said on January 6 that it would check the “execution of licence duties and the financial situation” of Overgas, the private gas provider that […]
Politically, the year 2015 was in the main a good one for Bulgarian Prime Minister and GERB party leader Boiko Borissov, as opinion polls showed that he alone among party […]
Bulgaria’s private gas provider Overgas said it has received no notification of a halt in gas supplies from Russia’s Gazprom Export, its denial coming amid speculation that prompted Prime Minister […]
One of the defining trends in the global economy in 2015 was the persistently low prices of oil, which sank to their lowest in more than a decade in December […]