Serbia-Energy.Eu SEE region weekly news digest 6/2014

14. February 2014. / SEE Energy News

Republika Srpska: Brussels seeks amendments to the Agreement for the “South Stream” – The construction of a gas pipeline through RS is not in accordance with EU

European Energy Community (EEC) will require that certain provisions of the Agreement Draft between the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Russia, which defines the construction arm of the “South Stream” pipeline through RS

Croatia: Bidding for the construction of the Cogen power plants Osijek and Sisak are in progress, the report

Croatian Power Utility Company JSC announced On 22nd January of 2014th an international tender by KfW Bank procedure to build cogeneration plant( for electricity and heat energy production) on forest biomass

Republika Srpska: TPP Gacko, production 2.6 percent higher than planned

GACKO, TPP “Gacko” produced 158 105 600 kilowatt-hours of electricity in January, which was 2.6 percent more than planned, confirmed Borivoje Vujicic

Croatia: Due to the withdrawal of profit in the budget, HEP could increase the price of electricity

After the Government decided to mend the budget by 2016 and take profit from public companies, including HEP, it is reasonable to question with which money HEP will invest, in which at the same time government lays the biggest hopes of investment.

Montenegro: Citizens will choose electricity supplier in 2015

Citizens will be able to choose who will supply them with electric power from next year, and according to announcement from the Energy Regulatory Agency, several companies, domestic and foreign, are interested in obtaining a license for the supply of electricity.

Mind the environmental gap in south east European electricity market plans, say civil society groups

The new version of the EU-backed Energy Community Treaty must ensure that EU environmental and climate standards apply in countries that want to export electricity to the Union, says CEE Bankwatch Network in its submission to the public consultation on the review of the Treaty, which officially closes today

Croatia: Russian giant Rosneft takes over the Croatian INA from MOL?

Russian oil giant Rosneft plans to buy a total of 75 percent of the shares of the Croatian INA. Rijeka Refinery modernization is planned, and warehouse building in Sisak. Russians do not hide that they have much bigger plans

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