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Košarac: BiH’s RES Laws Should Be Adopted By the End of This Year

Date: 13.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Košarac: BiH’s RES Laws Should Be Adopted By the End of This YearPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The new renewable energy sources (RES) laws should be adopted in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) at the entity levels by the end of 2021, according to Staša Košarac, BiH’s Minister of Foreign Trade

Slovenia Could Become a Bridge For Hydrogen From North Africa

Date: 13.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Slovenia Could Become a Bridge For Hydrogen From North AfricaPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Italy’s hydrogen interconnection to Slovenia would connect two large potential hydrogen supply regions – Ukraine and North Africa – while Slovenia’s connections to Austria, Hungary and

Kopač: Decarbonisation Is the Only Energy Future For the Western Balkans

Date: 13.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Kopač: Decarbonisation Is the Only Energy Future For the Western BalkansPhoto: Energy Community

There is not a lot of room for variations when it comes to the energy sectors in the Western Balkans region. Decarbonisation is the only acceptable option and solar power plants and wind parks must be

Montel Weekly: Germany Will Need 18 GW of Gas Power Capacities By 2030

Date: 12.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Montel Weekly: Germany Will Need 18 GW of Gas Power Capacities By 2030Photo: Energetika.NET archive

Germany will need around 18 GW of new gas power capacities by 2030 due to the country’s exit from both coal-fired and nuclear power generation in order not to endanger the security of supply,

In Contrast to EU, Serbia and BiH Increased Coal Power Output in 2020

Date: 12.04.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
In Contrast to EU, Serbia and BiH Increased Coal Power Output in 2020Photo: Alenka Lena Klopčič

While coal power generation suffered losses in the EU part of Central Eastern Europe (CEE) and South Eastern Europe (SEE) in 2020, in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), where fossil-based

Serbia to Become a Gas Transit Country From October 2021

Date: 08.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbia to Become a Gas Transit Country From October 2021Photo: Plinovodi

Serbia will become a transit country for the supply of gas to Hungary and Central Europe from 1 October, said Dušan Bajatović, the director of the Serbian state-owned gas monopoly, Srbijagas,

Moldova to Slash Gas Tariffs to Increase Trans-Balkan Transit to Romania

Date: 08.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Moldova to Slash Gas Tariffs to Increase Trans-Balkan Transit to RomaniaPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Moldovan energy regulator, ANRE, is expected to approve new entry-exit transmission tariffs, which could make bidirectional transit between Ukraine and Romania considerably more attractive,

FBiH Could Have Saved EUR 2.9m If It Switched to Turkish Stream in January 2021

Date: 08.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
FBiH Could Have Saved EUR 2.9m If It Switched to Turkish Stream in January 2021Photo: Energetika.NET

The Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) could have saved USD 3 million (EUR 2.911 million) on gas if it had switched to gas supply through the Turkish Stream pipeline in the first three months

Ukraine Looking at Croatian LNG Terminal to Diversify Its Gas Supply

Date: 07.04.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Ukraine Looking at Croatian LNG Terminal to Diversify Its Gas SupplyPhoto: MZOE

The Ukrainian gas TSO, GTSOU, is looking at the recently inaugurated Croatian Krk LNG terminal in a bid to diversify sources of natural gas supplies to Ukraine, said the TSO last week.

Romanian Romgaz Terminates Contract For 400 MW Iernut Gas Plant Project

Date: 06.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Romanian Romgaz Terminates Contract For 400 MW Iernut Gas Plant ProjectPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

The Romanian state-owned gas producer Romgaz has announced to investors its decision to terminate the contract to construct the Iernut combined-cycle gas plant, due to the delays accumulated in this

Romanian Romgaz Only Bidder Bid for Exxon’s Stake in Neptun Deep

Date: 06.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Romanian Romgaz Only Bidder Bid for Exxon’s Stake in Neptun DeepPhoto: INAgip

The Romanian state-owned natural gas company Romgaz remains the only bidder for the 50% stake held by the U.S. group ExxonMobil in the Romanian Neptun Deep local offshore gas perimeter, reports the

BiH Could Face U.S. Sanctions Due to Gas Being Delivered Form Turkish Stream

Date: 02.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
BiH Could Face U.S. Sanctions Due to Gas Being Delivered Form Turkish StreamPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) started receiving natural gas from Russia via the Turkish Stream gas pipeline at the beginning of April and is now facing the possibility of being subject to U.S.



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