Serbia Energy Weekly news digest 17/2014, News Serbia Energy
Serbia exclusive: GazpromNeft NIS vs Serbian gov, The oil fields of Serbia dry up and profits are not shared?
Oil deposits in Serbia will remain empty for less than ten years, domestic oil experts warn more and more loudly. The fact that the GazpromNeft who owns majority of Petroleum Industry of Serbia Ltd.
The Serbian citizens are charged a fee by the Serbian Government, for the production of electricity from renewable energy sources, in order to subsidize producers of energy derived from
The EU Energy Community Secretariat has asked the EU Council to examine the legality of agreements between Serbia and Gazprom on construction of the South Stream gas pipeline.
The Company Continental Wind Serbia (CWS) is planning to invest 450 million euros in wind farms in Serbia with capacity of 300 megawatts (MW) will be able to meet the electricity needs of more than 30,000 households.
Construction of facility for flue gas desulphurization should start soon in TPP “Nikola Tesla” in Obrenovac, and after completion it will be the most expensive environmental project ever
Serbia, report: Overhauls and modernization of TPPs and HPPs, loans and bilateral state arrangements
Adequate and reliable electricity supply is the cornerstone of every modern society. Due to the strict conditions that Serbia must fulfill in order to be one step closer to the European Union, it is
Works on the construction of “South Stream” are going as planned. Two days ago, the messages that Serbia received from Brussels, regarding the “South Stream, according to which the
The electricity market will be opened for households and small customers by 1st July, and the market opening also will bring rise in electricity prices. Question on how much could be increased
If the Law changes, from July he t1st, Serbian households will be able to choose from whom to buy electricity. The liberalization of the market will bring, of course, the possibility that different electricity sellers provide energy at different prices.
Since Hungary “lost” 3 MEUR from 2010th until 2012th because of difference in the price of bought and sold electricity, Serbian power utility company EPS was damaged for 47 MEUR in the same
About 65 percent of annual coal production in Serbia Power Utility Company (EPS) is based on lignite combustion, of which 75 percent comes from “Kolubara”, and the rest from Kostolac coal
Serbia Power Utility Company EPS denied the allegations of the Anti-Corruption Council that EPS had a loss of 30 MEUR due to the difference in the electricity price. EPS also denies it enabled the licensed traders to earn almost 49.5 MEUR. Serbia Energy reveals the full story.
Serbia: “Electric Power Industry of Serbia” denies the allegations of the Anti-Corruption Council on the sale of electricity
“Electric Power Industry of Serbia” denies the allegations of the Anti-Corruption Council on the sale of electricity. The data which the Anti-Corruption Council has obtained from”Electric Power