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Spanish Enagas to acquire stake in Albania’s Albgaz

Date: 05.10.2022 Author: Montel
Spanish Enagas to acquire stake in Albania’s AlbgazPhoto: TAP AG

The Spanish gas TSO Enagas has reached an agreement with its Albanian counterpart Albgaz for the potential acquisition of a stake in that company, Enagas and Albgaz officials said on Tuesday.

Steag and LSG to build 116 MWp of solar capacity in Bulgaria

Date: 04.10.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Steag and LSG to build 116 MWp of solar capacity in BulgariaPhoto: Montel

Germany’s Steag Solar Energy Solutions (Sens) and the Austrian LSG Group will start building another 50 MWp solar farm in Bulgaria this November, after successfully completing the first 66 MWp solar

Bulgaria to give extra EUR 1.85bn in business energy subsidies

Date: 03.10.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Bulgaria to give extra EUR 1.85bn in business energy subsidiesPhoto: Montel

The Bulgarian government will allocate an additional EUR 1.85bn of budgetary funds to extend subsidies and support mechanisms for business energy bills, the Bulgarian media reported last week.

Launch of Greece-Bulgaria pipeline a game changer – Von der Leyen

Date: 03.10.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Launch of Greece-Bulgaria pipeline a game changer – Von der LeyenPhoto: www.gov.bg

The operation of the Interconnector Bulgaria-Greece (IGB) pipeline, which began on 1 October, will help decrease southeast Europe's dependence on Russian gas and boost its energy security, the

EBRD mulls EUR 274m loan for gas purchase in Bulgaria

Date: 22.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EBRD mulls EUR 274m loan for gas purchase in BulgariaPhoto: MZOE

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is considering lending a total of EUR 275.4m to the Bulgarian gas TSO Bulgartransgaz and public supplier Bulgargaz to ensure uninterrupted

ICGB to auction 1.43 bcm/y of Bulgaria-Greece gas link from 1 Oct

Date: 21.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
ICGB to auction 1.43 bcm/y of Bulgaria-Greece gas link from 1 OctPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

Independent TSO ICGB said on Tuesday that it will start auctioning the remaining 1.43 bcm/y capacity of the Greece-Bulgaria interconnector (IGB) as of 1 October, when the new gas link should start

Bulgarian Bulgargaz launches LNG supply tenders

Date: 20.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Bulgarian Bulgargaz launches LNG supply tendersPhoto: MZOE

Bulgaria's public gas supplier Bulgargaz on Tuesday announced the launch of several tenders for both short-term LNG supply and long-term delivery contracts in the 2024-2034 period.

N. Macedonia businesses ask government to secure cheaper power

Date: 16.09.2022 Author: Montel
N. Macedonia businesses ask government to secure cheaper powerPhoto: Montel

Some 1,500 companies in North Macedonia that are buying electricity on the open market have asked the government to help them get cheaper electricity.

Bulgaria’s Maritsa 3 plant to shut down over air quality breaches

Date: 13.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Bulgaria’s Maritsa 3 plant to shut down over air quality breachesPhoto: Montel

The Bulgarian government has ordered the Maritsa 3 coal plant to temporarily halt operations due to a series of recent air pollution violations that could otherwise threaten every coal-fired unit in

US urges Bulgaria to end its reliance on Russia

Date: 09.09.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
US urges Bulgaria to end its reliance on RussiaPhoto: UMAS London

The US ambassador to Bulgaria has urged the country to seize the opportunity to sign a long-term supply contract with the new LNG facility which will be built off the northern Greek port of

North Macedonia's PM seeks electricity deal in Bulgaria

Date: 06.09.2022 Author: Montel
North Macedonia's PM seeks electricity deal in BulgariaPhoto: Montel

North Macedonia's prime minister has travelled to Bulgaria to reach a deal on buying electricity from that country for the winter months, the government said in a statement on Tuesday.

Bulgaria to double reserved capacity at Greek LNG terminal – minister

Date: 31.08.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Bulgaria to double reserved capacity at Greek LNG terminal – ministerPhoto: UMAS London

Bulgaria has reached an agreement in principle to double its reserved capacity at the new liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility to be built off the northern Greek port of Alexandroupolis.



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