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Impact of Low-Quality Coal and Aging Thermal Power Plants on Electricity Imports in Serbia

It is well-known that Serbia needs to import oil and gas, but available data also indicate that the supply of consumers in our country...

Serbia, New gas storage in Čestereg

It is about a gas field that is near the end of exploitation, and is located right next to "Banatski dvor" and where about...

Serbia imported electricity worth some 1.6 billion euros, while natural gas imports cost more than 1.6 billion euros

According to data published by Serbian Statistics Office, in 2022, the country imported electricity worth some 1.6 billion euros, while natural gas imports cost...

Hungary can buy and store 500 million m3 of gas for Serbia’s needs

In case of need, Hungary can, as it has already done in 2022, buy and store gas for Serbia's needs in the amount of...

Serbia, Electricity and gas imports cost almost 3.2 billion euros in 2022.

From January to December 2022, Serbia imported electricity worth slightly less than 1.6 billion euros. The value of natural gas imports in the same...

The Finance Committee accepted the Bill on the provision of a guarantee for Srbijagas

The Finance Committee of the Parliament of Serbia accepted today the Proposal for the Law on the provision of a guarantee by Serbia on...

Can Serbia get rid of its dependence on Russian gas through the process of diversification?

Germany claims that the country is no longer dependent on gas imports from Russia, because it has diversified its energy infrastructure, and Italy's that Algeria...

Serbia buys gas from two Hungarian companies

Finance Minister Siniša Mali said that Serbia is buying gas from two Hungarian companies that is "stored in that country for our needs", and...
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