Environment minister Maniatis presents EU presidency energy sector agenda

The priorities of the Greek Presidency of the European Union in the energy sector were on Thursday presented by Environment, Energy and Climate Change Minister Yiannis Maniatis and Deputy Minister Asimakis Papageorgiou, during a ... More


Elektroprivreda B&H in 2013 achieved record production, income and profit

Elektroprivreda B&H (EPB&H) achieved in 2013 a record income, which exceeded one billion BAM, profit was more than 35 million BAM, and the record production of electricity is 7.471,96 GWh, said today the General Director of ... More


Iraqi oil to reach world markets through Turkey

Deliveries if Iraqi oil through Turkey to the world markets would start by the end of the month. This would happen through the autonomous Iraqi Kurdistan region's new pipeline. Deliveries are expected to reach 6 million barrels ... More


First Association of Solar Panels in B&H Established

Association EkoSolar is established based on the initiative of the Partner micro-credit foundation as an implementer of the project “Solar energy as the future of sustainable development”, which is being implemented ... More


Regulatory authority accredits 40 solar farms, a wind farm, two micro-hydroelectric stations at 2013 last meeting

The National Energy Regulatory Authority's regulatory committee accredited 40 photovoltaic projects at its last 2013 meeting held on Dec. 30, for which it received green certificates, according to a document posted on the body's ... More


Gasoline prices rise, diesel remains unchanged

The price of gasoline rises as of Monday midnight by Denar 0.5 and diesel prices remain the same, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has decided. Hence, the new price of EUROSUPER BS-95 is Denar 78.5 per liter , ... More


EnergoNuclear to keep operating as Nuclearelectrica-fully owned branch by end-2014

EnergoNuclear, the company designing Cernavoda Nuclear Power Plant's reactors 3 and 4 will keep on operating as a branch fully owned by nuclear power company Nuclearelectrica by the end of 2014, according to a report sent the ... More


Public call for small hydropower plants on December 30

The second public call for the construction of small hydropower plants at 142 sites will be issued on December 30, Serbian Minister of Energy announced on Thursday. The public call for investors interested in the area will be ... More


Mihajlovic: Brussels Meeting about South Stream in January

The energy ministers of all countries through which the South Stream pipeline for Russian gas will pass will meet in Brussels in January for talks on the project, announced Serbian Energy Minster Zorana Mihajlovic on Dec. ... More


Petroleum prices down slightly

Prices of all petroleum products will decrease slightly on Tuesday, with regular and premium going down 1.1 cents and 1 cent to EUR 1.435 and EUR 1.473 a litre, respectively. Diesel will be 1.7 cents cheaper at EUR 1.37, while ... More


EU approves subsidies for Greek electricity network projects

The European Commission has authorized the state aid of 36 million euros for investments in Greek electricity infrastructure after it found that the support to the seven projects aimed at improving and expanding the country's ... More


Energoinvest signs contract in Albania worth almost 29 mln Euros

The contract worth almost 29 million euros between Energoinvest dd Sarajevo and Albanian Electricity Transmission Company (OST) was signed during the weekend in Prizren (Kosovo). This is a contract relating to the ... More


KfW approved 65 million euro loan for Elektroprivreda B&H to build wind park “Podveležje”

The German Development Bank (Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau – KfW ) approved to Elektroprivreda B&H a loan for building the Wind Park “Podveležje”, in the amount of 65 million Euros within the ... More


Hungary to start South Stream in 2015

Hungary will launch the construction of the South Stream gas pipeline on its territory in 2015. The track where the pipeline will pass remains to be outlined in the first quarter of 2014. Last week, the European Commission ... More


Bajatovic: South Stream bears major importance

Srbijagas Director Dusan Bajatovic expressed the expectation on Monday that Moscow and European countries participating in the South Stream pipeline project would reach an agreement on the project realisation which would be ... More


NIS becomes Serbia's second biggest exporter

Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and CEO of Gazprom Neft Alexander Dyukov said during their meeting today that the Oil Industry of Serbia NIS is one of the most successful companies in Serbia and the region. Dacic ... More


Bulgaria will fully comply with EU legislation over South Stream

Bulgaria is a member of the EU and will fully comply with European legislation, Energy Minister Dragomir Stoynev said regarding the South Stream gas pipeline project. He recalled that the project agreement was signed in 2008 ... More


Gazprom surprised, disappointed at EC stance on South

Gazprom has expressed disappointment at the recommendation of the European Commission for the revision of bilateral agreements on the South Stream gas pipeline project. "It is customary for trans-border investment projects to ... More


Socar's investments in Turkey to reach $20 billion

According to Turkish daily Hurriyet Daily News (online, 06.12.13), the investment portfolio of Socar, Azerbaijan's state-oil company, for Turkey will reach around $20 billion with the Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline (TANAP), Socar ... More


EU: Bulgaria must re-negotiate South Stream deal with Russia

Bulgaria is obligated to renegotiate with Russia the bilateral agreements for the construction of the Gazprom-favoured South Stream gas pipeline, the European Commission has said. “The Commission has looked into these ... More