Marjan Eberlinc, Plinovodi: Energy Industry Is Long Distance Effort

Date: 08.02.2016  Author: Ana Vučina Vršnak
Countries: Croatia, Slovenia, Other countries  Topic: Natural gas, Energy policy, Economy
Photo: Anže Petkovšek
“Despite the lag effect gas prices still follow oil price trends. Both are now low in Europe and globally, but not at petrol stations or on the bills consumers have to pay,” said Marjan Eberlinc, President of the Energy Industry Chamber of Slovenia and General Manager of Plinovodi. Eberlinc wonders ... more

Croatia: RWE Claims that HEP is Obstructing Free Power Market, HEP Disagrees

Date: 10.02.2016  Author: Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
Countries: Croatia  Topic: Electricity, Economy
Photo: Alenka Žumbar
RWE Energija, RWE's Croatian electricity supply subsidiary, which is the second biggest electricity supplier in Croatia, warned on Tuesday that the Croatian utility Hrvatska elektroprivreda (HEP) is trying to prevent other suppliers from making direct sales of electricity, and is thus inhibiting the... more

Integration Is Central to Energy Future

Date: 08.02.2016  Author: Dr. Karlo Peršolja
Countries: Slovenia, Other countries  Topic: Electricity, Energy policy
Photo: Borzen
The energy industry is changing invariably, at an increasingly rapid pace. Changes are evident even from the situation in the market in terms of prices, where it is not only the rates which have changed, but also price patterns. There is more and more integration, not only at state level or within a... more
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"Traditional Energy Companies Can Be the Winners of Energy Transition"

Date: 09.02.2016  Author: Alenka Žumbar
Countries: Slovenia, Other countries  Topic: RES and EE, Energy policy, New technologies
Photo: Roman Peklaj
Energy transition is underway in the EU: countries are phasing out nuclear power and considering the competitive struggle of fossil generation; all we know is we are heading towards more renewable energy and energy efficiency. Energy companies have to adjust to these new conditions. This trend will ... more
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European Power Prices Fell 8.43% Year-On-Year in January, Gas Prices Tumbled

Date: 10.02.2016  Author: Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
Countries: Other countries  Topic: Electricity, Natural gas
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Continental European electricity prices fell 0.88% to EUR 32.08 per MWh in January compared to the previous month, according to data released by Platts. On a year-on-year basis, prices fell by 8.43%. Meanwhile, natural gas prices tumbled last month.... more
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