Serbia-Energy.Eu SEE region weekly news digest 3/2014

24. January 2014. / SEE Energy News

Croatia: Agrokor builds three biogas plants this year

Among the company founders ANP Energy, formerly the exclusive property of Agrokor, also businesses Nexus Private Equity Partners and Prosperus Invest are registered, which manage funds for Economic Co-operation (FGS).

Bosnia: “Electric Power Industry of BiH” achieved record production, revenue and profit in 2013

“Electric Power Industry of BiH” has achieved record revenue that exceeded 500MEUR in 2013, the profit is higher than the 20MEUR, and record production of electricity from 7471.96 GWh was generated

Montenegro: Energy company EPCG dissatisfied with requirements of Alluminium owner

Electric Power Industry of Montenegro (EPCG) is not satisfied with the requirement of Uniprom company, owned by businessman Veselin Pejovic

Slovenia: Nevertheless construction of TPP Sostanj 6 will continue

Construction of the largest Slovenian energy project, a new power plant TES 6 in Sostanj will continue despite the suspicion of a failed investment that will, when completed, produce 50 MEUR in losses annually.

Croatia: Crodux energy ltd has obtained permission for TPP near Slavonski Brod

Energy Business of entrepreneur Ivan Cermak, owner of Crodux gas, is developing as planned. Late last year, he got permission for the power plant near Slavonski Brod

Croatia: Oil concession in Adriatic to be prepared by UK HIS Global consultant

The other two bids have been fallen because of tenderers did not submit documents of good repute and proof of payment of taxes and contributions.

Croatia: Electricity market, GEN-I Slovenia happy with achieved market share, what about HEP and RWE?

Slovenian company GEN-I was happy with the operation in Croatian market, which supplied or sold a total of 350 GWh of electricity last year, and this year it plans to increase to around 900 GWh

Croatia: EBRD was wrong about HPP Ombla, environmental NGO claims victory

EBRD admitted he was wrong by approving the loan without having completed an environmental impact assessment.

Croatia: MOL wants to search hydrocarbons in Croatia

MOL wants to increase the annual production of 10 to 15% and it can’t get permits in Croatia.

Croatia: INA Oil company, New contracts provide 30% more gas production

Already in 2016, Ina will increase gas production by 30 percent, it was said in Cakovec, at the signing of four agreements worth 240 million kunas, which Ina has signed with a consortium of local companies.

Bosnia: Preparatory works on the construction of HPP “Vranduk” started – Tender for contractors in March 2014

Construction machinery began to embankment “peninsula” and to partition the Bosna River at the point where HPP “Vranduk” will soon begin to sprout in Doboj. Investor “Elektoprivreda BiH” (EP BiH)

Croatia: Gov of Croatia launched arbitration with MOL

Croatia has reportedly lost around 131 MEUR paying the MOL expensive gas

Bosnia: “South Stream” – a project for both entities

Director of “Gas-Res” Slobodan Puhalac said that the mega-project “South Stream” is equally beneficial for both entities and their citizens

Bulgaria: Producers of cheap electricity request increase of price for industrial consumers

State-owned power stations Kozloduy NPP and Maritsa East 2 TPP have requested that industrial consumers

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