Energy NEWS November-1 2022

Edition November-1 2022 with 103 pages and 101 energy news articles

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Table of content, edition Noevmber-1 2022

04.11. – 1 billion euros EU energy support package for Western Balkans
07.11. – EC to invest 3 billion euros in increasing Europe’s energy independence
09.11. – EC proposed accelerated renewables licensing procedures
10.11. – SEE CAO announced yearly auctions for 2023
12.11. – Increase of NTC values on Montenegro – Kosovo border direction between 14 and 20 November

04.11. – KESH looking for a contractor for floating solar power plant
10.11. – Albania postpones electricity price hike by another month

Bosnia and Herzegovina
02.11. – EPBiH launched invitation for the lease/sale of land for the construction of solar projects
04.11. – Contract on the construction of Banovici solar power plant signed
04.11. – ERS seeking another 2 million euros loan
09.11. – HPP Visegrad produced 27.6 GWh of electricity in October
09.11. – Interenergo acquired Ivan Sedlo wind project
11.11. – Another recapitalization of HPP Bistrica project company
14.11. – EPBiH seeks contractor for the construction of Banovici solar power plant
15.11. – Concession agreement for Trebinje 2 solar power plant signed

03.11. – TPP Bobov Dol recorded lower loss in the first nine months of 2022
04.11. – 1.74 TWh traded on IBEX in October
04.11. – ICGB received the final credit tranche for IGB pipeline
07.11. – Electricity generation rose by 8.6 % in 2022
08.11. – TPP AES Galabovo back online after regular maintenance
08.11. – Residential electricity consumers to remain in the regulated market until the end of 2025
08.11. – German Profine Energy to invest over 1 billion euros in solar projects in Bulgaria
09.11. – Energy subsidies for businesses extended to the end of 2023
10.11. – Bulgargaz proposes 18.6 % wholesale gas price hike for December
10.11. – Profit of NPP Kozloduy rose significantly in the first nine months of 2022
11.11. – Bulgaria to speed up licensing of non-Russian nuclear fuel for NPP Kozloduy
11.11. – Axpo Bulgaria registered as the IGB pipeline user
15.11. – TPP Maritsa East 3 generated 11.8 % of Bulgaria’s electricity in the first ten months of 2022

02.11. – 550,784 MWh traded on CROPEX in October
03.11. – Petrol completed the integration of fuel retailer Crodux Derivati Dva
11.11. – Launch of Croatian power derivatives market expected in March 2023
11.11. – LNG terminal to double its capacity by summer 2024
11.11. – Turkish company to acquire majority stake in Petrokemija
11.11. – Ministry announced tenders for three solar power plants
15.11. – Extraordinary audit of HEP business

02.11. – Greece plans to increase capacity of its electricity interconnections
02.11. – Energean to launch seismic survey at Block 2 in the Ionian Sea
02.11. – Seismic survey of two Crete blocks ongoing
04.11. – Greece to store gas at Bulgaria’s Chiren facility
04.11. – Government to tax extra profits of energy companies
08.11. – South Kavala underground gas storage tender will likely attract no binding bids
08.11. – Strong interest ahead of the country’s first energy storage auction
09.11. – DESFA starts operation of the new FSU at Revythoussa
09.11. – Spanish FRV acquired majority stake in 600 MW energy storage project in Greece
11.11. – Helleniq Energy to launch offshore 3D seismic surveys

02.11. – MVM’s electricity distribution companies to boost their networks’ RES capacities
03.11. – MVM launched construction of 28.7 MW solar power plant
04.11. – MOL’s net profit more than doubled in Q3 2022
04.11. – Solar capacity increase saved Hungary 123 million euros since March
10.11. – 2.04 TWh traded on HUPX day-ahead market in October
11.11. – MOL completes divestment of its UK upstream assets
15.11. – Domestic gas consumption dropped in September

09.11. – Construction works on Bogoslovec wind project completed

02.11. – Jugopetrol’s profit more than doubled in the first nine months of 2022
02.11. – CGES recorded 20 % higher profit in the first nine months of 2022
04.11. – EPCG and UGT Renewables signed agreement on renewables, energy storage
07.11. – EPCG hired contractors for the district heating project in Pljevlja
10.11. – Average October electricity bill at 26.3 euros
11.11. – EPCG signed the contract for HPP Krusevo project

02.11. – Econergy to increase its solar portfolio in Romania to 1.5 GW
02.11. – Rezolv Energy acquired 1 GW solar development project in Romania
03.11. – Transelectrica to invest 1.45 billion euros in transmission network by 2031
04.11. – CEE to start construction of eight solar power plants by the end of 2023
04.11. – Tinmar Energy fined for notifying customers on possible termination of contracts
07.11. – Average OPCOM day-ahead price dropped in October
07.11. – Romanian-Ukrainian joint venture to invest 150 million euros in RES projects
08.11. – Romgaz signed contracts with Engie and E.ON
09.11. – None of coal-fired power plant will be closed at the moment
09.11. – OMV Petrom could be interested in BSOG’s offshore gas project
09.11. – US Exim Bank issued two Letters of Interest for the project for two new units of NPP Cernavoda
10.11. – Romania has 37,000 MW electricity generation project pipeline
11.11. – Nuclearelectrica’s profit tripled in the first nine months of 2022
11.11. – TPP Paroseni to continue to operate after 2032
11.11. – Romania capped electricity selling price until 31 March 2025
14.11. – Electricity consumption dropped by 5.7 % in the first nine months of 2022
14.11. – OMV Petrom started local production of AdBlue
14.11. – Transelectrica quintupled its profit in the first nine months of 2022
14.11. – Transgaz recorded 144 % higher profit in the first nine months of 2022
15.11. – Romgaz’ profit almost doubled in the first nine months of 2022
15.11. – EC delays the approval of Romania’s amended “cap and subsidy” support scheme

02.11. – 229,990 MWh traded on SEEPEX in October
02.11. – Postponing heating season by two weeks saved 50 million euros in energy imports
03.11. – Israeli company to build two solar power plants near Sremska Mitrovica
04.11. – NIS recorded five times higher profit in the first nine months of 2022
05.11. – Electricity prices for both residential and commercial consumers to gradually increase
07.11. – Residential electricity price to rise by 8 to 10 %
07.11. – Serbia is considering the acquisition of majority stake in NIS
08.11. – EPS continues to increase losses in 2022
14.11. – CHPP Pancevo entered commercial operation
14.11. – Local company to build solar power plant near Smederevo
15.11. – Fintel Energija recorded higher profit in the first nine months of 2022

08.11. – NPP Krsko back online after planned maintenance period
09.11. – HSE appointed new CEO
11.11. – Petrol recorded 74 % lower profit in the first nine months of 2022
11.11. – Slovenia plans to sign gas imports agreement with Algeria

02.11. – EBRD to extend financing for 50 MW wind project in Turkey
07.11. – Turkey expects 1 billion dollars of investments in wind energy in 2023
07.11. – BTC exported 22 million tons of crude oil in the first nine months of 2022
08.11. – Turkey is preparing to build its third NPP in Thrace
11.11. – Kazakhstan to start transporting oil via BTC in 2023
14.11. – Turkey needs 10 billion dollars per year in investments to reach carbon neutrality by 2050

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