Natural gas

Gas prices in Serbia to go up from August 1

BELGRADE - Household gas bills in Serbia will be higher by 1.1 to 1.3 percent, or RSD 45.4 per cubic meter on average, starting with August 1, while other consumers will pay 1.1 to 1.4 percent or RSD 42.3 per cubic meter more, VAT excluded, the Council of the Energy Agency of the Republic of Serbia (AERS) said in a release.

Bulgaria's Energy Watchdog to Announce Price Changes

Bulgaria's energy watchdog (DKEVR) will discuss and set price changes for natural gas, electricity and central heating and hot water, to come into effect on July 1. 

It is expected that the price of natural gas will be decreased by 2.47% to BGN 597.69 without excise duty and VAT for 1000 cubic meters. 

Russia-Ukraine Gas Dispute Leaves Romania Unmoved

Romania will not suffer because of the ongoing Russia-Ukraine gas row, as the country is one of the countries in Europe that are least dependent on imported Russian gas, officials say.

Russia on Monday cut the gas supplies to Ukraine after Kiev failed to meet a deadline to repay its debt of 4.5 billion dollars.