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Costly fuel pushes up annual inflation to 1.3% in January

By   /  06/02/2017  /  Energy, SI Energy, SI Social, Slovenia, Social  /  Comments Off on Costly fuel pushes up annual inflation to 1.3% in January

Fuelled by higher prices of petroleum products, Slovenia’s annual inflation rate rose to 1.3% in January, an increase of 0.8 percentage points on the month before. The annual spike comes after three years of low inflation and despite a 0.6% monthly drop in consumer prices, fresh data from the Statistics Office shows. Year-on-year, prices of […]

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Foreign Ministry hosting Gulf Countries Day conference

By   /  15/12/2016  /  Energy, Politics, SI Energy, SI Politics, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Foreign Ministry hosting Gulf Countries Day conference

The Foreign Ministry is hosting its first Gulf Countries Day conference on Thursday aimed at boosting business with the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). The conference aimed at strengthening cooperation with the six countries of the Persian Gulf, will be opened by Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec and GCC secretary general Abdul Latif bin […]

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EC urges Slovenia and Croatia to implement joint energy projects

By   /  05/12/2016  /  Croatia, Energy, HR Energy, SI Energy, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on EC urges Slovenia and Croatia to implement joint energy projects

The European Commission (EC) has recommended that Slovenia and Croatia implement joint energy projects because their concerted action will facilitate access to European funds, it was said at a conference, The European Investment Plan: Investment Opportunities in the Energy Sector, held on Monday and organised by the Commission and the European Investment Bank (EIB). European […]

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Slovenia gains one spot in global energy rankings

By   /  16/10/2016  /  Energy, SI Energy, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Slovenia gains one spot in global energy rankings

Ljubljana, October 16, 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency Slovenia has gained one spot to 12th among 125 countries surveyed in this year’s World Energy Trilemma index, which the World Energy Council uses to benchmark the sustainability of the countries’ energy systems. The World Energy Council highlighted environmental legislation and obtaining of building permit as the main […]

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Slovenia examines Croatian oil exploitation impact on environment

By   /  17/03/2015  /  Croatia, Energy, HR Energy, SI Energy, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Slovenia examines Croatian oil exploitation impact on environment

Ljubljana, March 17, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency Review Hari Stefanatos Slovenia has received the document it had requested from Croatia regarding the latter’s hydrocarbon exploration in the Adriatic Sea, signalling the beginning of the assessment of the cross-border impact of the project. This assessment will have the form of a public consultation that will […]

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Energy Union in Slovenia discusses possibility of general strike

By   /  07/07/2014  /  Energy, SI Energy, SI Social, Slovenia, Social  /  Comments Off on Energy Union in Slovenia discusses possibility of general strike

  Review Hari Stefanatos A meeting will be held on Monday, during which the board of the Energy Sector Trade Union will reach a decision on whether to call a general strike as a result of the growing unhappiness regarding the conditions in the sector, especially at the state-owned power group HSE. There is already […]

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Montenegro objects on Croatian tender for oil and gas exploitation

By   /  04/04/2014  /  Croatia, Energy, Headlines, HR Energy, HR Politics, ME Energy, ME Politics, Montenegro, Politics, SI Energy, SI Politics, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Montenegro objects on Croatian tender for oil and gas exploitation

  By Adnan Prekic – Podgorica Potential oil and gas deposits in the Adriatic offshore again actualized the boundary problem between Montenegro and Croatia on the Prevlaka peninsula (photo). Croatia has issued a tender for oil and gas exploration in Prevlaka even though they had to obtain approval from Montenegro first. The Interim Agreement between […]

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Construction to start on the 4th hydro-power station on Sava river

By   /  25/03/2014  /  Energy, SI Energy, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Construction to start on the 4th hydro-power station on Sava river

  Review Hari Stefanatos Slovenia is well on its way with the project to build five hydro-power station in the final 50km of the river Sava. Three power stations have already been constructed in Boštanj, Blanca and Krško (photo), with works on the forth on Brežice  to start today. The final power station that will […]

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Gas supply for Slovenia not a concern

By   /  04/03/2014  /  Energy, SI Energy, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Gas supply for Slovenia not a concern

  Review Hari Stefanatos According to Geoplin, Slovenia’s biggest gas supplier, the supply of natural gas in the country is expected to remain unaffected by the crisis in Ukraine, since there was no indications of problems combined with the fact that the company does not fully rely on Russian gas for its supply. About 50% […]

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Petrol prices drop slightly in Slovenia

By   /  21/01/2014  /  Energy, SI Energy, SI Social, Slovenia, Social  /  Comments Off on Petrol prices drop slightly in Slovenia

  Review Hari Stefanatos According to statement by OMV Slovenija, the price of petrol at the pump will drop slightly on Tuesday, with the regular setting at €1.434/liter representing a 1.6 cents price drop, while the price for the premium will drop by 2.1 cents to €1.455/liter. The price of diesel will also go down […]

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