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18-12-2015

 

 News   Borissov: I told Merkel Bulgaria plans pipeline similar to Nord Stream 2

Just before the start of the two-day EU summit today (17 December) Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov revealed his country too had plans to bring Russian gas to its borders - just like Germany, which plans an expansion of the Nord Stream pipeline.

 
 News   Commission silent over Greece’s distorted energy market

The European Commission has kept its distance from a loss-making state-owned enterprise that has derailed energy competition in Greece.

 
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British carmaker Jaguar has officially confirmed that it will enter a full factory-backed team into the 2016 Formula E championship.

 
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