Thursday, April 24, 2014

Drew EGC Report

News - Serbia

Displaying 1 - 10 of 44 articles

South Stream: Where is the Starting Point?

As part of last year's Gas Dialogues series South Stream: the Evolution of a Pipeline, a series of events intended to put the spotlight on the South Stream pipeline and what it would mean for Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, Slovenia and Italy, research and strategy consultancy WorldThinks was brought in to...

South Stream: Is Gazprom Willing to Invest Billions in a Project that Could Serve its Competitors?

The South Stream natural gas pipeline project is in the limelight in Brussels. Gazprom's ability to supply the energy corridor exclusively with its own gas and not allowing its competitors to use it is being questioned. Based on the Third Energy Package, a legislation debate and dialogue between...

Russia to Ask for EC Concessions on South Stream Project

Russia will ask the European Commission to grant concessions for the South Stream project, according to Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the EU, Ambassador Vladimir Chizhov.  “South Stream is trans-border and is on the territory of Russia and crosses the Black Sea and...

Constructive Meeting Between Russia and EC, Says Almunia

Three steps forward, three steps back in the past day for the relationship between Russia and Europe. On the one hand, the bilateral agreements signed by Gazprom with Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, Greece, Slovenia, Croatia and Austria are in breach of EU law, said the European Commission. On the other...

South Stream Construction Works in Serbia to Start By End of Year

Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee, and Serbia’s President Tomislav Nikolic discussed the Russian-Serbian cooperation in the energy sector on Monday, addressing the current status of joint projects. The South Stream project was the most important.  Miller...

Natural Gas Asia
Maplecroft - Report