Serbia-Energy.Eu SEE region weekly news digest 7/201421. February 2014. / SEE Energy News
JANAF achieved gross profit amounted to 14.8 MEUR in the last year, which is 10.7 percent of the gross profit from 2012, while reported net profit for 2013 in the amount of 13.7 MEUR
Shareholders of Montenegrin Electric Transmission System will examine a decision on the allocation of the net profit from 2012
Company “Ezpada” Mostar is interested to continue to perform activities of international trade in electricity.
All tariff customers-households will in Montenegro will be eligible to choose their supplier from 1 January 2015, by which retail electricity market in the country will be open to full capacity
By taking the profit from public companies, the state collapses the tax base permanently, and the overall economy
This Wednesday the Agreement on regulation of mutual relations in the electricity market has been signed with the company ENERGY DELIVERY SOLUTION Ltd.
Government approved the Proposal Law on Tax on Hydrocarbons, which stipulates that the tax rate on income from operations up stream is 59 percent.
Italian company A2A, which owns 43.7% of shares of Montenegro Power Company EPCG Elektroprivreda, had not formally announced the Government that leaves from Montenegro.
HEP has again published a notice of expression of interest for the development of wind energy projects in Croatia, and search for potential associative partners.
Company EVN Croatia announced gas price hike for its customers and increase prices by 9.5 percent. Compared with previous gas prices
No Croatian media has not relayed information about participation Alen Leveric on world oil conference NAPE.At one of of the world’s largest oil NAPE Conference
The plan is to invest approximately 9 MEUR per year in the development of advanced network. Companies see their chance just in the development of advanced networks and application development
The Ministry of Finance is ready to contribute to the resolution of all potential open issues in continuation of construction of undersea interconnection cable between Italy and Montenegro, said Minister Radoje Zugic.
Croatian Power Industry over the next month will announce a competition for the suppliers of first advanced meters that are the first step towards such a smart energy network
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