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Increased Activity in the East Med Gas Sector

The East Mediterranean natural gas sector has been a riddle with continuous changes in plans by all players both state and corporate for quite some time. A set of new initiatives has shed more light into the activities, particularly those involving a potential new axis that will encompass Bulgaria, Greece...

South Stream Bulgaria’s Capital Increase is Breach of Protocol, Says Sofia

Gazprom confirmed that South Stream Bulgaria suspended orders and contracts for the South Stream gas pipeline construction in the country. At the same time, a Russian newspaper voiced the possibility of a plan B for the project, which could pass through Greece and Turkey, dropping Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary...

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...

Bulgarian Government Approves South Stream Loan from Gazprom in Its Last Days

The state-owned Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) will approve the EUR 620 m loan it was offered by Russia’s Gazprom for the construction of South Stream in Bulgaria during a meeting currently held after 17.00 h EET, Capital Daily reported. The news comes as the government of Plamen Oresharski is...

Bulgaria Prepares Government Backed Funding for South Stream

Despite proclaiming that is has suspended all work on the South Stream pipeline, the Bulgarian government have been moving ahead to ensure that funding is in place to start construction on the portion on the pipeline which will cross through its territory after emerging from the Black Sea at Varna. Earlier...

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