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Sweden and Denmark say “likely” sabotage on Nord Stream

Date: 28.09.2022 Author: Anton Tigerstedt and Olav Vilnes, Montel
Sweden and Denmark say “likely” sabotage on Nord StreamPhoto: www.nord-stream.com

Swedish and Danish governments have said that leaks in the key Nord Stream gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea were probably caused by sabotage.

Gazprom threatens to cut all gas transit via Ukraine

Date: 28.09.2022 Author: Laurence Walker and Andrés Cala, Montel
Gazprom threatens to cut all gas transit via UkrainePhoto: Gazprom

Russia gas giant Gazprom said late on Tuesday it could impose sanctions on Ukrainian TSO Naftogaz, which would in effect cut all current deliveries to Europe – totalling around 37mcm/day.

European Parliament to support frontloading EUA sales – MEP

Date: 27.09.2022 Author: Nathan Witkop, Montel
European Parliament to support frontloading EUA sales – MEPPhoto: Roman Peklaj

European parliamentarians will support a proposal to bring forward the sale of carbon allowances scheduled for later this decade to raise emergency energy investment funds, a key MEP said on Tuesday.

Slovenia may nationalise an energy company in next month – PM

Date: 27.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia may nationalise an energy company in next month – PMPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Slovenia could soon nationalise an energy company to tackle the energy crisis and guarantee a stable energy supply, the country's prime minister Robert Golob said on Tuesday.

BiH’s ERS mulls PPAs of EUR 80-100/MWh for foreign firms

Date: 27.09.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH’s ERS mulls PPAs of EUR 80-100/MWh for foreign firmsPhoto: www.riteugljevik.com

Milorad Dodik, the Serb member of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) tripartite presidency, said on Monday that the Republika Srpska entity is developing a project that would offer long-term power

Albania greenlights another 52 MW of new solar capacity

Date: 27.09.2022 Author: Montel
Albania greenlights another 52 MW of new solar capacityPhoto: Montel

Albania’s government and its energy regulator ERE said on Monday that they had approved five new projects that should add 52 MW of solar capacity to the country’s energy portfolio.

WPD inks concession deals for 264 MW of wind capacity in BiH

Date: 27.09.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
WPD inks concession deals for 264 MW of wind capacity in BiHPhoto: Montel

Germany’s WPD inked a memorandum of understanding and two concession contracts for 264 MW of wind capacity with Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) Canton 10 on Monday, it said on its website.

200 MW coal unit in Kosovo shuts down again

Date: 26.09.2022 Author: Montel
200 MW coal unit in Kosovo shuts down againPhoto: Montel

Kosovo’s power utility KEK said on Monday that a 200 MW coal unit was halted again only days after production had been relaunched.

Montenegro revives idea of new unit at Pljevlja coal plant

Date: 26.09.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro revives idea of new unit at Pljevlja coal plantPhoto: EPCG

Montenegro’s Pljevlja coal mine and power utility EPCG revived the idea of expanding the 225 MW Pljevlja coal power plant amid fears of a prolonged energy crisis, the online news outlet Vijesti

FBiH miners hold warning strike over new collective agreement

Date: 26.09.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
FBiH miners hold warning strike over new collective agreementPhoto: Montel

Coal miners across Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Federation (FBiH) entity held an hour-long warning strike on Monday demanding a new collective bargaining agreement and higher wages.

Albania hikes power prices for households consuming over 800 kWh

Date: 26.09.2022 Author: Montel
Albania hikes power prices for households consuming over 800 kWhPhoto: Montel

Albania’s energy regulator ERE will more than quadruple electricity prices for those households consuming over 800 kWh per month, it said on Friday.

Kosovo’s government seeks 30-day energy emergency extension

Date: 26.09.2022 Author: Montel
Kosovo’s government seeks 30-day energy emergency extensionPhoto: Montel

Kosovo’s government asked parliament on Friday to extend the state of energy emergency for another 30 days as the country is facing its worst energy crisis in decades.



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