Bulgaria: Transit tax on Russian gas not to affect European consumers, says PM Denkov

The recently introduced tax for the import and transit of Russian gas through Bulgaria will not negatively affect European consumers. It will only affect the profits of Gazprom

Ivaylo Mirchev: “Putin again allowed enemy countries to buy Russian gas in contract currency”

Ivaylo Mirchev, member of the Bulgarian National assembly, reported that in the last hours of 2022, Putin again allowed buyers of Russian gas from "enemy countries" to make some payments in contract currency, not in rubles

Greek President Sakelaropoulou visits Bulgaria, discusses cooperation between both nations

President of Greece Katerina Sakelaropoulou visited Bulgaria yesterday and discussed cooperation between the two countries in economy, energy, culture and tourism. Their talks' main topic is to effectively counter inflation, improve energy connectivity and provide reliable energy supply chains

Mitrofanova: Bulgaria to face consequences for assisting Ukraine

The Russian ambassador to Bulgaria, Eleonora Mitrofanova, made ludicrous complaints about Bulgaria's support for the provision of ammunition and crucial assistance to Ukraine

Bulgaria: Gas prices expected to fall by 45%, says Denitsa Zlateva

In November, gas prices in Bulgaria could drop by 45%. Denitsa Zlateva, executive director of "Bulgargaz," stated this during the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission's (EWRC) open meeting, which also covered the national supplier's new pricing offer for the following month

Bulgaria: Gas prices in November may fall below BGN 166, says Energy Minister

According to Rosen Hristov, the energy minister, the gas price could drop below BGN 166 in November and hold steady in December. While talking to the media, he explained that it is essential to dropping the concept of introducing two electricity rates for home consumers

Bulgaria: Greece interconnector set to launch on October 1st

Rosen Hristov, the energy minister of Bulgaria, stated that the interconnector with Greece will receive act 16 today or tomorrow and officially open on October 1st. He also highlighted that Bulgaria is also developing compensatory measures for businesses so they can receive the gas the government can preserve for upcoming winters

Stoyanov: Bulgaria to eventually stop recieving gas from Gazprom

The Economy minister Nikola Stoyanov confirmed that Bulgaria will eventually stop receiving natural gas from Gazprom. The main objective of the cabinet is to receive the quantities of natural gas under the existing contract, which Gazprom didn't send as they cut the supplies for not paying them in Rubels

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