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Hungary's Energy Security: LNG and Russia Key Sources

At the Gas Dialogues event in Budapest, Hungary, Development and Use of Natural Gas in the Danube Region: Prospects and Opportunities, Mr. Csaba Kiss, Advisor to the CEO, MVM Hungarian Electricity Ltd., said that to ensure a supply of natural gas for Hungary, LNG and Russia were clearly the only options.

Slovenia Fears Croatia's Bidding Round Launch Would Jeopardize Maritime Dispute

Croatia launched its first offshore licensing round earlier in April of this year. Twenty nine blocks are on offer for international oil and gas majors interested in participating in the country’s offshore explorations. An investment in the order of USD 2.5 billion is needed in order to develop...

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...

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...

Slovenia & South Stream: See How We Roll

South Stream enjoys a lot of support in Slovenia from numerous development perspectives, according to Marjan Eberlinc, General Manager, Plinovodi d.o.o., who spoke at South Stream: The Evolution of a Pipeline in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Explaining that Plinovodi, which has a 50% stake in South Stream in...

South Stream: A Big Project? Now?!?

The global economic crisis had been perhaps the most painful one in the last 60 years or so, according to Leonid Grigoryev, Chief Advisor, Head of Analytical Centre of the Government of the Russian Federation, who spoke at South Stream: The Evolution of a Pipeline in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In that context...

Slovenia: Yes to South Stream, but as an EU Member State

The prospects for the construction of the South Stream natural pipeline in Slovenia looked even firmer last week at the event South Stream: The Evolution of a Pipeline, which took place in the country's capital Ljubljana, where policymakers and corporate stakeholders pledged their support for the project.

Europeans Cautious About Unconventional Fossil Fuels Developments

Lithuania and Slovakia are the only two European countries where the majority of companies and organisations endorse the development of unconventional fossil fuels. This is one of the main results of the final report presented by the European Commission DG Environment. The poll was conducted on 222,122...

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