Hydrocarbons add to tension between Turkey, Greece and CyprusPoliticsForeign Policy
Tensions have risen between Turkey, the Republic of Cyprus and Greece amid Nicosia’s bid to progress with its hydrocarbon plans.
The sale of natural gas firm DEPA and its possible legal complicationsLegal
On January 15, 2018 the Government Council of Economic Policy approved the national energy plan for the gas sector, for the period 2017-2022 (Decision No 78, Government Gazette B 59/18-01-2018).
Grand projects and even loftier ambitions drive Greece's energy project bonanza
Following a bleak few years, Greece’s energy sector is starting to show significant potential, with several major projects moving forward.
Athens, creditors on way to settling energy, labour issues in third reviewEconomyProgramme
Electronic auctions are due to begin on Wednesday, with the Greek government hoping that the process runs smoothly and that an agreement with the institutions can be secured by the end of the week.
Institutions, Athens start new round of review talks as e-auctions get green lightEconomyProgramme
Talks between the institutions and the Greek government are due to resume on Tuesday with hopes of a staff-level agreement (SLA) being reached by the end of the year growing after notaries decided to end their strike so that electronic auctions can start on Wednesday.
Institutions head back to Athens in search of SLA by end of weekEconomyProgramme
The institutions are returning to Athens this week with the aim of having a staff-level agreement (SLA) in place before Monday’s Eurogroup.
Energy at forefront as Athens prepares for creditors’ returnEconomyProgramme
Athens has reached a comprehensive agreement on energy issues, which was one of the biggest obstacles in the way of a staff-level agreement (SLA) being secured by December 4.
NOME auctions: amendments to legal framework for electricity market liberalisationLegal
On October 17, 2017 the Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE) published its Decision No 850/2017, introducing an amendment to Articles 7 and 9 of the Forward Products Auction Code (FEPAC).
Deal seen on energy liberalisation as third review SLA edges closerEconomyProgramme
Just a few days are left before the institutions return to Athens in search of Staff-Level Agreement (SLA) before the December 4 Eurogroup and it appears that one of the big-ticket items in the third review has been settled.
Tsipras invites Middle East investment at second EU-Arab summit
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras invited businesses from the Middle East to invest in Greece in his keynote speech at the opening of the second EU-Arab World Summit, held in Athens from November 9-10.