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Bulgaria: The state to put fuels market in order

The Bulgarian state is to build and launch into exploitation at least 100 petrol stations in the big cities and on the motorways within one year. The decision of the cabinet has provoked lively and contradictory comments. Until now, the

Lignite exit in Romania, Bulgaria, Greece

A total of 3.7 billion EUR for regional development would secure a just transition for coal phase-out in three SEE countries – a new study released by (Southeast Europe Energy Transition Network) finds. This investment can be

Bulgaria mulls re-opening Gazprom antitrust probe

Because of Bulgaria’s discontent, Gazprom risks re-opening the antitrust case the European Commission had led against the Russian gas export monopoly over suspected abuse of its dominant position in the Eastern European gas market, …

31 December 2019: Will gas stop flowing?

The clock is ticking. The long-term gas transit contract between Russia and Ukraine expires on 31 December. Chances that the two sides could reach a comprehensive agreement before this date are slim. EURACTIV looks behind the scenes of the…

Bloomberg: Bulgaria with the cheapest fuel in the EU

The Bloomberg agency has made a ranking of countries according to the price of the gasoline A-95.Bulgaria has the cheapest but at the same time the most inaccessible fuel in the whole European Union, according to Bulgaria has…

EU: 4 billion Euros for infrastructure

The EU Cohesion Policy invests 4 billion euros of EU funds in 25 large infrastructure projects in 10 Member States. The investment package involves Bulgaria, Czechia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal and Romania.…

Greece-Bulgaria: Key agreements inked on IGB project

Key agreements have been signed on the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (IGB) project, envisioning transportation of Azerbaijani gas to Europe, ICGB company, project operator, told Trend. The documents were signed during the High Level…

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