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Tender for South Stream Construction in Bulgaria to Be Restarted

The tender procedure for choosing the main contractor for the Bulgarian stretch of gas pipeline project South Stream was terminated and should be restarted any time soon, an announcement on the website of South Stream. The estimated cost of the deal is EUR 3.5 billion. Competition obstacles The short...

EU Pushes for Balkan Gas Market

Regional energy integration, specifically of gas markets, was the message at a recent international forum in Belgrade from the Energy Community. The Energy Community (also known as the Energy Community of South East Europe) is a community established between the EU and nine contracting...

Natural Gas Prospects in the Balkans

A recent international energy workshop in Athens, Greece provided several pointers for the up and coming upstream gas sector in several Balkan countries. The region is unexplored in most respects and workshop participants were assured of promising findings that could literally transform Europe's gas...

Trans Adriatic Pipeline Assumes Greater Regional Role

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline's (TAP) selection by the Shah Deniz Consortium established the long-awaited Southern Corridor Route and gave hopes for a new substantial diversification route for the whole of Europe.   At the 2nd Annual Balkan Oil & Gas Summit held September 24th and 25th...

South Stream in Bulgaria Runs Five Months Late, Deputy Energy Minister Informs

The Romania-Bulgaria gas interconnector is the most advanced of all projected Bulgarian gas interconnections and should start operating in January 2014 The work on South Stream has been delayed with five-six months due to talks on the financial model of the project, Bulgaria’s deputy energy minister...

The War of Energy Independence: Central and South East Europe warms to Russian dependency

Introduction The recent ‘war of independence’ against Western European owned utilities in Central Eastern Europe (CEE) and South East Europe (SEE) sets the stage for re-integration into Russia’s energy sphere – and dependence. A war against electricity, gas and water prices has...

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