Serbia-Energy.Eu SEE region weekly news digest 13/2014

4. April 2014. / SEE Energy News

Croatia: The Government and the MOL could face a lawsuit for manipulation of the stock exchange

The MOL and the Government concealed the decision on allocation of gas business from INA shortly before the public share offering of INA 2008. Local medias reporting that the Government

Montenegro: The minority shareholders of Power utility company EPCG submitted a criminal complaint against First Bank and A2A

The Association of Minority Shareholders of Electric Power Industry (EPCG) has submitted charges to the Supreme State Prosecution against First Bank and the Italian company A2A

Bosnia: Power utility company expects lower revenue from exports due to falling energy prices

Despite the dry spell this winter, “Electric Power Industry  Bosnia and Herzegovina” is not expecting large oscillations in electricity production this year, stated Elvedin Grabovica, Director of  EPI BiH.

Croatia&Montenegro: The Croats do not plan to approve the route of the submarine cable in the next 5 years?

Local medias are raising the question of the construction of the submarine power cable that will connect Montenegro and Italy.  Having  that CGES stated that Italians were convinced that they

Slovenia: 4 new HPPs on river Sava

Slovenia is making a good progress with the project of building five hydroelectric power plants in the last route of 50 kilometers of the river Sava. Three hydroelectric power plants have already

Montenegro: TSO co CGES & TERNA gets construction permit for underwater power cable

The construction of the optical submarine cable between Montenegro and Italy, worth 700 MEUR, should begin soon. Montenegrin Transmission System (CGES) received, in fact, a building permit

Bosnia & Croatia: Cross-border impact of Comsar Energy new TPP Stanari on the environment to Croatia could halt the project?

Construction projects of two coal power plants in the Republic of Srpska are progressing well, the TPP “Ugljevik” and the TPP “Stanari”. BIH was obliged to inform Croatia about the implementation

Montenegro: No delay in the construction of the second block of TPP Pljevlja?

There is no delays in the project of construction of the second thermal power plant in Pljevlja. In response to parliamentary questions of Danka Sarancica form SNP,  announced The Minister of

Croatia: Freezing of liberalization of gas market is part of the Government negotiations with MOL on INA future

“I think there are so many people who may complain about decision of the Croatia Government by the end of February, according to which the wholesale market supply with natural gas will be

Montenegro: TERNA Italy to invest 700MEUR in power cable, Toshiba main contractor

The Ministry of Sustainable Development has issued to the Montenegrin electric transmission system (CGES) a building permit for construction of substation in LASTVA Grbaljska for the

Croatia: Approval for TERNA & Montenegro underwater power cable still pending?

Recently, the topic of the construction of the submarine power cable that will connect Montenegro and Italy is becoming more prevalent in the public. However, it was announced that the

Bulgaria: Energy authority to cancel electricity sales licences to Czech CEZ&Energy Pro and Austrian EVN

The Bulgarian authorities announced to take steps to remove licenses for electricity sales to Czech energy distributors CEZ and Energo -Pro and Austrian EVN . This was announced last

SEE: Aquisition of Fisia Babcock Environment GmbH Strengtheneing NIPPON STEEL & SUMIKIN ENGINEERING’s Environmental Plant Engineering Business in Europe

NIPPON STEEL & SUMIKIN ENGINEERING CO., Ltd (NSENGI) is pleased to announce that NSENGI has purchased and acquired 100% of the shares in Fisia Babcock Environment GmbH (FBE), based in

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