Energy security

Bulgaria will Sign a Contract for the Design of New Gas Interconnector with Serbia

Bulgaria will sign a contract for the design of a new gas interconnector with Serbia, it became clear during a regional energy meeting in Sofia.

It was attended by the Ministers of Energy of Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and North Macedonia.

The key topic of discussion during the meeting was energy security and independence of the whole region.

US Delegation Visited “ContourGlobal Maritza East 3” TPP

During the visit the important role of the plant for the energy independence and security was highlighted

Experts from the US Department of Energy, State Department and the US Embassy in Sofia got acquainted with the work of the second largest thermal power plant in the Maritsa East complex - "ContourGlobal Maritsa East 3".

Pyatt reiterates US support for EastMed project

US Ambassador to Athens Geoffrey Pyatt has reiterated Washington's support for the deepening cooperation between Greece, Cyprus and Israel in the energy sector.
In early January, the three countries signed a deal to build a 1,900 km (1,180 mile) subsea pipeline to carry natural gas from the eastern Mediterranean's rapidly developing gas fields to Europe.

ForMin Manescu: Romania can become largest gas producer in Europe, which gives it security, independence

Bucharest, Oct 16 /Agerpres/ - Romania can become the largest gas producer in the European Union, which gives it security and independence, but also positions it as an important negotiation partner at European and global level, the Romanian Foreign Affairs Minister, Ramona Manescu, said on Wednesday, at the third edition of the Aspen Energy Summit 2019.

Good days of energy security have gone: Op-ed

The easy and secure days are over in global energy security. We are entering a new era due to a number of game-changing energy dynamics including the rise of renewables and unconventionals, climate change awareness, insecurity of strategic maritime chokepoints and, more importantly, serious geopolitical flare-ups around the world.

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