Energy Daily 14.08.2015

Edition 29.07.2015 of SEE+Hungary Energy Daily, with  45 pages and 14 energy news articles


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Table of content, edition 14.08.2015:


[Region, 12.08.] Poland to ease imposed electricity consumption limits

[Bosnia and Herzegovina, 13.08.] HPP Visegrad electricity production above planned

[Bulgaria, 12.08.] Country still dependent on US owned TPPs

[Bulgaria, 12.08.] Supreme Court ruled against EVN’s new fee

[Bulgaria, 13.08.] CEZ reported 3,264 cases of electricity theft in 2015

[Croatia, 13.08.] 1,207 RES power plants in operation

[Hungary, 13.08.] Fuel sales rose by 9.2 % in July

[Romania, 12.08.] OMV Petrom reported decreased profits

[Romania, 12.08.] Electricity consumption down by 4.9 %

[Romania, 12.08.] Romgaz must ensure its gas stock for winter season

[Romania, 12.08.] Three Chinese companies to bid for HPP Tarnita-Lapustesti project

[Romania, 13.08.] Transgaz increased profit in the first half of 2015

[Serbia, 12.08.] NIS commissioned small power plant in Sirakovo

[Serbia, 13.08.] EPS recorded a loss of 87.4 million euros in 2014

[Turkey, 13.08.] Rough times for OMV Group in Turkey


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