South Stream pipeline

thumbnailEuropean authorities to renegotiate South Stream contracts
2013-12-26EU member states' South Stream contracts with Moscow violate Union rules, officials say.
thumbnailGazprom to impact Croatian energy market
2013-01-28The Russian energy giant and Croatia's Plinacro agree to build a South Stream branch and double the import of Russian gas to Croatia.
thumbnailSouth Stream route raises questions in the Balkans
2012-11-22The gas pipeline will go through Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary and Slovenia, but will bypass Croatia.
thumbnailReports: Croatia gets part of South Stream pipeline
2012-08-24Croatia would likely benefit from the Gazprom-Plinacro deal through jobs, safety improvements and lower gas bills.
thumbnailRussia's Putin praises improved relations with Bulgaria
2010-11-15After spending Saturday in Sofia, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin headed home with agreements on a key gas pipeline project and a puppy.
Bulgaria, Russia sign South Stream agreement
2010-11-14SOFIA, Bulgaria -- As expected, Bulgaria and Russia established a joint venture Saturday (November 13th) to handle construction of the South Stream n...
Bulgaria, Russia move step closer to South Stream joint venture
2010-10-22SOFIA, Bulgaria -- Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have reached an informal agreement to establish a joint ventur...
thumbnailSouth Stream project gets new momentum in Bulgaria
2010-10-18After talks with Bulgarian officials Friday, Gazprom's CEO said the meeting gave a "serious push" to the South Stream gas pipeline project.
Bulgaria, Russia's Gazprom to accelerate South Stream effort
2010-10-17SOFIA, Bulgaria -- Energy Minister Traycho Traykov and Gazprom CEO Alexey Miller met on Friday (October 15th) in Sofia and agreed to speed up proceed...
Romania signs South Stream deal
2010-10-14BUCHAREST, Romania -- Local officials signed a memorandum of intent Wednesday (October 13th) with officials from Russian gas giant Gazprom regarding...
Macedonia may join Russia's South Stream pipeline
2010-06-20MOSCOW, Russia -- Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov said after meeting his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev in St Petersburg on Friday (June 18th...
Bulgaria says yes to South Stream project
2009-09-20SOFIA, Bulgaria -- Bulgaria and Russia agreed on Friday (September 18th) to speed up implementation of the South Stream project, during a meeting in...
Putin discusses future of projects with Bulgaria
2009-09-02WARSAW, Poland -- Bulgaria might give up one of the major energy projects currently in the works with Moscow, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin s...
thumbnailNabucco a focus of talks
2009-08-27The presidents of Bulgaria and Turkmenistan met to discuss a range of issues, including a planned pipeline that would transport Caspian and Middle Eastern gas to Europe.
thumbnailAgreements give push to South Stream project
2009-05-18Russia and four European countries signed agreements on the South Stream pipeline project Friday, envisioning a doubling of the pipeline's initial capacity.
Bulgaria, Russia reach agreement on South Stream project
2009-04-29MOSCOW, Russia -- Bulgarian Prime Minister Sergey Stanishev wrapped up a visit to Moscow on Tuesday (April 28th) amid word that the two governments h...
Gazprom wants to use Bulgaria's natural gas network for South Stream
2009-02-12SOFIA, Bulgaria -- Russian energy giant Gazprom wants to use part of Bulgaria's existing natural gas network for the South Stream pipeline project, E...
thumbnailSerbian government split over gas deal
2008-12-30Despite being hailed as the deal of the century for Serbia, the energy agreement with Russia and the sale of Petroleum Industry of Serbia (NIS) to Russia's Gazprom are causing huge controversy in Belgrade and serious cracks in the Serbian government.
Serbia's Cvetkovic says energy accord talks with Russia stalled
2008-12-04BELGRADE, Serbia -- Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic admitted on Wednesday (December 3rd) that talks with Russia over a strategic energy co-operation a...
thumbnailRussia's Gazprom courts Romania ahead of elections
2008-10-30A delegation of Gazprom officials descended on Bucharest Wednesday, as Romania signalled openness towards the South Stream project for the first time.
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