Results 13 - 16 from 26 for "amendment"

13. Transition Period for Electricity Generation Facilities Extended in Turkey11.01.2017   16:42 
Turkey’s Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources has extended the transition period for acceptance procedures applicable to electricity generation facilities, from 6 November 2016 to now be 31 March 2017. Acceptance procedures under the Acceptance Regulation (dated 7 April 1995) will continue
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14. Bulgarian Gas Consumers to Pay Fee for Missed Yearly Preliminary Consumption Schedule28.12.2016   11:51 
Each company which buys natural gas from Bulgarian state-run supplier Bulgargaz will be obliged to pre-order the quantities it would need for next year by August 31. Otherwise the companies would have to pay an additional pricing component to reflect the costs they created. These conditions were included
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15. Water Utilities, Energy Companies in Bulgaria Obliged to Publish Financial Statements26.07.2016   17:24 
Energy companies and water utilities, along with municipal companies, will have to publish regular financial statements, even though they are not considered issuers as defined by the Public Offering of Securities Act (POSA). The latest changes to the POSA stipulate that companies, whose activity is
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16. AES Galabovo TPP Decreased Its Capacity Price as Settled with NEK28.04.2016   11:52 
TPP AES Galabovo announced that it has decreased its tariff, as agreed upon in the amendment to TPP AES Galabovo’s Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the state-run National Electricity Company (NEK) signed in 2015. The new capacity price reduction of 14% became effective on April
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20.03.2022  Teodor Bobochikov, Managing Partner, V-Ridium
Energy Transformation – Trends and drivers
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