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21. Serbia to Set Up National Day-Ahead Electricity Market by 201416.05.2013   15:21 
Serbia’s electricity system operator EMS said it is working in order to set up a day-ahead national market by the first quarter of 2014, so that it can couple with other regional markets.   Milos Mladenovic, EMS's director for international and regulatory issues, said the SEEPEX exchange
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22. Transit Pipelines Should Be Treated Equally with Other Gas Infrastructure06.03.2013   15:33 
During the Black Sea Oil and Gas Forum, which takes place today, Jean-Arnold Vinois, Acting Director for Internal Energy Market at the European Commission, commented that Bulgarian transit gas pipelines infrastructure should be treated as “European gas infrastructure” according to the Third
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23. Bulgaria Sits at a Strategic Junction for International Rail 14.02.2013    
Mrs. Walker, could you present to our audience the activities of IRG-Rail and its main goals? - Thank you for the opportunity to talk about our work. IRG-Rail is a forum for cooperation between independent regulatory bodies, to help them share best practice and information on regulatory issues. It
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24. Macedonia Close to Opening a Power Exchange30.01.2013   09:39 
Within two weeks the Macedonian government will specify the measures and the timeframe in which Macedonia will get power exchange, Macedonian site faktor.mk announced. According to the publication, the exchange will be established by the example of the
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