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EnC Proceeds With Infringement Case Against Serbia

Date: 22.04.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
EnC Proceeds With Infringement Case Against SerbiaPhoto: Gazprom

On 19 April 2019 the Energy Community Secretariat (EnC) sent a Reasoned Opinion to Serbia for its failure to ensure unrestricted non-discriminatory third-party access to the Horgoš interconnection

Unit 3 of Serbian Kostolac TPP Receives Building Permit

Date: 18.04.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Unit 3 of Serbian Kostolac TPP Receives Building PermitPhoto: Alenka Žumbar

A licence for the boiler turbine and generator of the new 350 MW unit 3 of the Serbian Kostolac B thermal power plant (TPP) has been issued, which should accelerate the construction of this new unit,

Hungary to Launch Turkish Stream Capacity Contracting Procedure in September

Date: 18.04.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Hungary to Launch Turkish Stream Capacity Contracting Procedure in SeptemberPhoto: Gazprom

Hungary will launch a capacity contracting procedure in September, which will be required for the import of natural gas from the Turkish Stream pipeline, which will be connected to Hungary via

Serbian Čibuk and Kovačica Wind Parks to Start Operation in 2019

Date: 18.04.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbian Čibuk and Kovačica Wind Parks to Start Operation in 2019Photo: www.siemens.com

A 104 MW wind park will soon be completed in the small town of Kovačica in the northern Serbian province of Vojvodina. It will be Serbia’s second large-scale wind energy project, one for which the

New SEE Report: Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian Spot Power Prices Exceed 51 EUR/MWh

Date: 17.04.2019 Author: Energetika.NET
New SEE Report: Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian Spot Power Prices Exceed 51 EUR/MWhPhoto: ACER

Find out more about the latest movements of spot power market prices in South East Europe (SEE) in Balkan Energy Trading report, prepared for Energetika.NET by Balkan Energy News.

Regulator: Bulgarian Market Coupling to Stabilise the Market and Prices

Date: 17.04.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Regulator: Bulgarian Market Coupling to Stabilise the Market and PricesPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Coupling of the Bulgarian power market with the neighbouring power markets - Romania, Macedonia, and Serbia (and Croatia) - will stabilise the power market in Bulgaria and ensure price predictability,

Serbia Gives State Guarantee for New Gas Pipeline Loan

Date: 17.04.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbia Gives State Guarantee for New Gas Pipeline LoanPhoto: TAP AG

The Serbian government has adopted a draft law that will enable the Serbian state-owned gas monopoly Srbijagas to obtain a state guarantee for the EUR 70 million grant that the company will use for

Serbia and Rosatom Sign Two MoUs on Nuclear Energy Co-operation

Date: 17.04.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbia and Rosatom Sign Two MoUs on Nuclear Energy Co-operationPhoto: www.pixabay.com

The Serbian Minister in charge of innovation and technological development, Nenad Popović, and the General Director of the Russian State Corporation Rosatom, Alexey Likhachev, have signed two

SED 2019: Three Options for Exchange Market Consolidation in SEE

Date: 11.04.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik, Pula
SED 2019: Three Options for Exchange Market Consolidation in SEEPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Despite the importance of market coupling, an even more important question relates to the so-called corporate development within the exchange market in South East Europe (SEE). We will therefore have

SED 2019: Trading in Futures Expected to Rise in SEE

Date: 11.04.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik, Pula
SED 2019: Trading in Futures Expected to Rise in SEEPhoto: Tanja Srnovršnik

The Croatian energy exchange CROPEX is considering introducing some form of long-term financial products, after European Energy Exchange (EEX) has announced its plan to expand its product range on 3

SED 2019: Bulgaria to Abolish Its Export Tariff as of 1 July

Date: 11.04.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik, Pula
SED 2019: Bulgaria to Abolish Its Export Tariff as of 1 JulyPhoto: © European Communities, 2009

The Bulgarian parliament has approved the amendments to the country’s Energy Act in the first ballot last week, thereby abolishing the export tariffs (borne by electricity traders) as of 1 July, the

Construction of Gas Interconnection with Bulgaria is a Priority for Serbia

Date: 11.04.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Construction of Gas Interconnection with Bulgaria is a Priority for SerbiaPhoto: Plinovodi

Serbia’s First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ivica Dačić, said that Serbia’s current energy priorities are the construction of a two-way gas interconnector with Bulgaria

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