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Fitch: A Ban on Russian Gas Imports to the EU Would Cause Substantial Disruption to Europe's Economy

A ban on Russian gas imports to the EU would cause substantial disruption to Europe's economy and industry, Fitch Ratings says. In the immediate aftermath, the region would suffer from gas shortages and high prices due to its limited ability to reduce demand, source alternative supplies and transport gas to the most affected countries.


Bulgaria Seeks Funding For Gas Link With Greece

Bulgaria will start looking for financing for Gas Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria at the end of April, the countrys government said on Tuesday. Bulgaria expects to receive the technical project for the gas interconnector after which it will consider financing for the project, the government said in a press release. The construction of the gas link is planned to start at the beginning of 2015 at the latest.


Turcas in Talks to Buy Leviathan Gas

Turcas Petrol AS(Istanbul: TRCAS) has notified the Istanbul Stock Exchange that its gas subsidiary has initiated negotiations together with Enerjisa and its German partner E.On EN (XETRA: EOAN) to buy natural gas from Israel's Leviathan field, for domestic customers.


Energy Community Steps Up Pressure in Gas Unbundling Dispute with Serbia

The secretariat of the Energy Community, a Vienna-based international energy policy organization, said on Wednesday that it has submitted a reasoned request to the Energy Community Ministerial Council, seeking its decision on Serbia's failure to comply with gas unbundling rules.

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The Long View

Uprisings Here, There, and Everywhere

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

The now persistent uprising in Turkey has been followed by an even larger uprising in Brazil, which in turn has been followed by a less noticed, but no less real, uprising in Bulgaria. Of course, these uprisings were not the first but merely the latest in a truly worldwide series of such uprisings in recent years. There are many ways to analyze this phenomenon. I see them as the continuing process of what started as the world-revolution of 1968.

8th South East Europe Energy Dialogue (8th SEEED)
Conferences - Events

15th Annual BBSPA Conference

4/2/2009 - 3/4/2009

Austria - Vienna
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Making Europe Carbon-Neutral by 2050

13/2/2009 - 13/2/2009

Belgium - Brussels
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European Pellet Conference

25/2/2009 - 26/2/2009

Austria - Wels
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SEE Energy Forum 2009

26/2/2009 - 27/2/2009

Romania - Bucharest

Cross Border Power Trading for the CEE and SEE markets

11/5/2009 - 6/11/2009

Austria - Vienna
Organizer: Energy Forum
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