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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...

Stakeholder Cooperation to Ensure South Stream Goes Ahead as Planned

The relationship between the European Union and Russia is central for a successful South Stream project. That was the overall message of the conference “South Stream: The evolution of a pipeline,” which took place in Milan. Russian, Italian, Hungarian, Serbian and English pundits took part...

Nikolic: South Stream is a Chance for Serbia and Bulgaria, Not Synonym of Dependence

During his visit to Bulgaria, Serbian president Tomislav Nikolic spoke about moral in intergovernmental energy affairs, indirectly dismissing allegations of the countries growing dependence on Russian gas imports Constructing South Stream gas pipeline would not make Bulgaria and Serbia dependent on...

Gazprom, BASF to Sign Asset Swap Agreement Before New Year

Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee Alexey Miller met Kurt Bock, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of BASF on Tuesday, noting that a cooperation agreement between Gazprom and Wintershall would be signed in 2013. Wintershall, the largest crude oil and natural gas producer in Germany...

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