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Bulgaria considers a 25% stake in a floating LNG terminal in Greece

Yesterday, the Bulgarian Energy Minister has met its Greek counterpart, to talk about the development of a natural gas pipeline between the two countries. Discussions were concentrated mainly on plans to build a floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, off the coast of northern Greece, in Alexandroupolis.

read more... 06/10/2016


Azerbaijan to start gas deliveries to Balkan Gas Hub by 2020

Gas from Azerbaijan’s giant Shah Deniz 2 in the Caspian Sea will enter the Balkan Gas Hub in Bulgaria by 2020, as assured by Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR.

read more... 03/10/2016


Cyprus considers Bulgaria as part of plans to transit gas to Europe

Bulgaria wants to attract natural gas deliveries from Cyprus through scheduled gas hub at the Black Sea to carry gas from Russia and the Caspian Sea to southern and central Europe and further.

read more... 27/09/2016


EBRD ready to back Bulgaria

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is ready to back Bulgaria's plans for a regional natural gas hub and will offer financial support if the project proves feasible, the bank's president declared on Monday.

read more... 20/09/2016


Turkish Stream pipeline to be realized

The Turkish Stream pipeline project, which foresees Russian gas supply to Turkey through the Black Sea, will be realized. The Turkish Stream pipeline, which is to run via Turkey to Greece, was designed to replace South Stream, a pipeline from Russia to Bulgaria.

read more... 31/08/2016