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Croatia might choose to construct a floating LNG terminal

Croatia could initially opt for the construction of a floating instead of land-based liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in the northern Adriatic to make it operational more rapidly, as stated by the government on Wednesday.

read more... 03/03/2016


Croatia tries to find investors to develop Adriatic LNG terminal

Croatia's electricity utility HEP and gas transmission system operator Plinacro on Tuesday invited investors to show interest in constructing a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in the northern Adriatic, part of the country's effort for energy independence.

read more... 23/07/2015


Croatian power exchange agreement to increase Balkan electricity connections

Croatia's power exchange CROPEX has inked an agreement with European energy exchange Nord Pool Spot to establish a day-ahead market by the end of the year, a move that will offer the European Union's newest member access to larger electricity markets.

read more... 05/06/2015


Croatia’s HEP signs 3-year agreement to supply electricity to Slovenia’s capital

Croatian state-run power utility HEP declared on Thursday it had inked a 12 million euro ($13.4 million) agreement to supply power to the capital of bordering Slovenia over the next three years, since it aims to expand in the region.

read more... 22/05/2015


Croatia might go for referendum on Adriatic gas and oil

Croatia might hold a referendum on the planned exploitation of possible gas and oil wells in the Adriatic, as stated by Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic on Monday, replying to increasing criticism from eco-friendly groups.

read more... 17/03/2015