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Slovenia welcomes construction of LNG terminal off Krk, but won’t join for now

By   /  21/02/2017  /  Croatia, Energy, HR Energy, SI Energy, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Slovenia welcomes construction of LNG terminal off Krk, but won’t join for now

  Slovenia is not planning for now to connect to the floating LNG terminal to be built off Omisalj on the northern Croatian Adriatic island of Krk, but welcomes any additional energy source, Slovenian media say. Croatia has been approved a grant of EUR 102 million from EU funds, a third of the amount required […]

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Pavlopoulos: Saudi Arabia plays a key role in the Arab World

By   /  20/02/2017  /  Business, Energy, Finance, GR Business, GR Energy, GR Finance, GR Politics, Greece, Politics  /  Comments Off on Pavlopoulos: Saudi Arabia plays a key role in the Arab World

  Greek President Pavlopoulos is in Riyadh from Monday afternoon for a two-day official visit, accompanied by Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias, Minister of Mercantile Marine and Island Policy and the Deputy Foreign Minister for European Affairs George Katrougalos. Prokopis Pavlopoulos met with the successor to the Saudi throne Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister […]

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Greek President Pavlopoulos to visit Saudi Arabia

By   /  19/02/2017  /  Business, Energy, Finance, GR Business, GR Energy, GR Finance, GR Politics, Greece, Politics  /  Comments Off on Greek President Pavlopoulos to visit Saudi Arabia

  The President of Greece Prokopis Pavlopoulos will be in Saudi Arabia on a two-day official visit on February 21-22 at the invitation of King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud. The Greek president will be accompanied by numerous ministerial delegations including Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias. The visit to Saudi Arabia, […]

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Kosovo continues to face shortages of power supply

By   /  16/02/2017  /  Energy, Headlines, Kosovo, XK Energy  /  Comments Off on Kosovo continues to face shortages of power supply

Nine years after the proclamation of independence, Kosovo continues to face shortages of power supply. The head of the Kosovo Power Corporation, Arben Gjuka mentions several factors that make the situation with power supply unstable. “Demand is higher than production, the System, Transmission and Market Operator of Power Supply is not independent and the thermal […]

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50 million euros for energy, an agreement is signed between 6 states

By   /  09/02/2017  /  Energy, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, MK Energy  /  Comments Off on 50 million euros for energy, an agreement is signed between 6 states

Two agreements for renewable energy sources with a value of 50 million euros were signed today in the meeting held between ministers of Western Balkan countries in Skopje. The ministers of the six countries of the region said that the reforms in the energy sector are necessary. The agreements were also signed by representatives of […]

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The blockade of the Greek farmers, FYROM is alarmed about the oil crisis

By   /  09/02/2017  /  Energy, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, MK Energy  /  Comments Off on The blockade of the Greek farmers, FYROM is alarmed about the oil crisis

Today is the 11th day that Greek farmers or blocking the border crossing point of “Evzoni” with FYROM as a sign of protest against tax and pension reforms. The blockade has led to many transporters from FYROM to remain on the border, especially lorries that carry fuel from Greece to FYROM. Biljana Muratovska of the […]

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Costly fuel pushes up annual inflation to 1.3% in January

By   /  06/02/2017  /  Energy, SI Energy, SI Social, Slovenia, Social  /  Comments Off on Costly fuel pushes up annual inflation to 1.3% in January

Fuelled by higher prices of petroleum products, Slovenia’s annual inflation rate rose to 1.3% in January, an increase of 0.8 percentage points on the month before. The annual spike comes after three years of low inflation and despite a 0.6% monthly drop in consumer prices, fresh data from the Statistics Office shows. Year-on-year, prices of […]

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Three Chinese chief specialists disappear in an Albanian mine

By   /  06/02/2017  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy  /  Comments Off on Three Chinese chief specialists disappear in an Albanian mine

Three Chinese chief specialists have gone missing for the past three days after they were blocked under the ground during a gas explosion in a mineral well in the mine of Bulqiza in the northeast of the Albania. The event took place on level 21 of the chrome mine in Bulqiza during the works taking […]

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Albanian government annuls the concession with “Transatlantic Albania”

By   /  02/02/2017  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy  /  Comments Off on Albanian government annuls the concession with “Transatlantic Albania”

The Albanian government has annulled the concessionary agreement with the oil company “Transatlantic Albania”. By annulling this concession, the government has taken two oil wells that Transatlantic Albania exploited and has transferred them to the state owned company Albpetrol. These are two wells located in the area of Gorisht and Cakran. The decision was taken […]

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“CEZ case”, testimony of the sun of former PM Berisha is required

By   /  31/01/2017  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy  /  Comments Off on “CEZ case”, testimony of the sun of former PM Berisha is required

The parliamentary committee which is inquiring on the privatization of OSHEE company by the Czech company CEZ, has requested a testimony from the family of the former Prime Minister. The committee has demanded to summon Shkelzen Berisha, son of former democrat PM, Sali Berisha, to testify. The head of the committee for the Privatization of […]

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