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Interconnector Bulgaria-Greece: Bulgaria's Key for Diversification

At the Gas Dialogues event in Budapest, Hungary, Development and Use of Natural Gas in the Danube Region: Prospects and Opportunities, Mr. Anton Pavlov, Deputy Minister of Economy and Energy, Republic of Bulgaria, said that the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria looks to be crucial element of Bulgaria's...

Serbia on the Forefront for South Stream

While Serbia appears one hundred percent committed to pursuing the South Stream project, the EU continues to produce new ideas on how to block the proposed gas route. This is in the midst of a confused political situation regarding the pipeline's entry point in Bulgaria, a country about to enter a polarized...

South Stream: Eliminating Gas Insecurities in CEE

Energy ministers from Russia and several countries in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE), chamber of commerce heads and other high level speakers gathered in Budapest, Hungary on 16 September to grapple with energy security issues at the Gas Dialogues event Development...

Serbia to Start South Stream Works in October, Says Gazprom

Gazprom is working with Serbia to kickstart construction works of the local leg of the South Stream project, with newspapers reporting that the operations could start as soon as in October.  ‘The parties discussed the main areas and outlooks of the cooperation in the energy sector, placing...

South Stream: A Bridge Between East and West

On 2 July in Vienna, Austria, Mr. Zeljko Sertic, President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, announced that his organization, along with the Chambers of Commerce in Bulgaria and Hungary, had signed a cooperative agreement whose name had been changed to the Danube Energy Initiative (DEI), an agreement...

Gazprom Subsidiary to Construct of Serbia's South Stream Section

Gazprom subsidiary, Tsentrgaz, had won a tender to build the Serbian land based section of the South Stream gas pipeline. In statement Tuesday, the Russian energy giant said Tsentrgaz had beaten four other companies from Russia and Serbia to win the tender launched this March. Tsentrgaz is a multifaceted...

The Western Balkans and EU Energy Security: Protecting Europe’s Flank

 1.0. Introduction: The Failure of EU Integration and the Threat to Supply Security in the Western Balkans. With the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation, the realization that Russia is becoming a revanchist and destabilizing power gave the EU no alternative but to prioritize...

South Stream Remains a National Priority for Serbia

Serbia Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has stated that all economic projects which have already been initiated will continue their implementation. Dacic made the comments addressing the status of the Serbian leg of the South Stream pipeline, following his meeting with Russian Foreign Sergey Lavrov, Lavrov...

Construction of South Stream in Serbia Most Likely to Start in July

Although there is no agreement between the European Union and Russia over the South Stream natural gas pipeline, Russian Gazprom has announced that the construction of the pipeline’s section in Serbia could start in July. European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said in Brussels...

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