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Attachment To Civilian
Nuclear Power Remains
Strong in Armenia,
Bulgaria, Lithuania
After the Chernobyl disaster in
1986, it is hardly surprising that
the European Union would
seek to rein in the use of
economic as well as energy security.
Soviet nuclear technology in
states seeking EU membership
or assistance from Brussels.
out of nuclear power in these states.
their closure should be pushed back.
preserving the nuclear power sector.
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19 October 2005 Week 41
FAS Comes Out Against
Winding Up of UES
also against handing UES' foreignassets to the new federal network Further questions over the
future of the reform of Russia's
power sector were asked last
week as the Federal Anti-
monopoly Service (FAS) came
out against Russian power
monopoly United Energy
Systems (UES) being wound up
in 2007, as laid down in the
power sector restructuring
programme being pushed
forward by Anatoly Chubais,
the UES CEO.
implemented," Podolevskikh said.
Prospect Investment told Energo.
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19 October 2005 Week 41
Slovakian Government
Slovakian Nuclear Sector
Finally Approves Sale of
Urges More NPPs To
SE to Enel
Secure Power Supplies
Economy Ministry had not alteredthe government's approach to the After nearly two months of
Slovakia may have to consider
delay, the Slovakian
building more nuclear power
government has taken a
plants (NPPs) above and
crucial step towards
beyond existing planned
completing the planned sale of
upgrades and new reactors, a
the country's dominant power
top official at the Slovakian
company, Slovenske
Nuclear Society told an
Elektrarne (SE), to Italian utility
international conference last
society, according to the SITA newsagency.
today by the seller," said Mitka.
Slugen was speaking at a nuclearindustry conference on October 11.
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19 October 2005 Week 41
… and reduce pollution in Slovakia," near certainty in light of Italian Enel's Chubais Rebuffs
Estonian Attempt To
Break Energy Deadlock
Anatoly Chubais, CEO of
Russian electricity monopoly
United Energy Systems (UES),
has rejected a proposal from
Tallinn to allow power utility
Eesti Energia to lease part of
the Narva hydropower station
(HPP) situated on the Estonian
side of the Estonian-Russian
continue refining Russian oil shale.
Croatia's HEP Reduces
Transmission Losses by
130 million kWh
Croatia power utility Hrvatska
Elektroprivreda (HEP) has
managed to reduce
significantly its power
transmission losses thanks to
the connection in 2004 of
transmission grids in Southeast
and Central Europe.
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19 October 2005 Week 41
Studies and the Onamics risk
consultancy.
in Croatia is growing by 4% per year.
Russia's
Technopromexport Seeks
Direct Investments in
Serbian Energy Sector
Russian power engineering
companies have returned to
Slovenian Energy
the former Yugoslavia after a
Security Above Regional
15-year absence, after turbine
builder Technopromexport
membership greatly improves energysecurity. As European energy signed an 8 million euro
Slovenia's ability to prevent or
(US$10 million) contract for the
recover from sudden or
modernisation of block A at the
prolonged black-outs is better
resistant to black outs and otherenergy supply problems, he said.
Kostolac thermal power plant
than in 11 other Central and
(TPP) in Serbia.
Eastern European countries,
according to an international
survey carried out by the
coutnry's Institute for Strategic
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19 October 2005 Week 41
sees as a priority," Khristenko said.
Russian Government To
Allow Foreign Ownership
the project if needed," Polushkin was of Thermal Assets
Foreign investors are to be
allowed to buy up Russia's
thermal power plants (TPPs),
Victor Khristenko, Russia's
industry and energy minister,
"The legislation does not place limits assured foreign operators at a
meeting with Mikael Lilius,
president of Finland's Fortum,
last week.
Russia and China May
Link Up in Floating NPP
Russia aims to build a floating
nuclear power plant (NPP)
next year, and is willing to
borrow up to 400 million rubles
(US$14 million) from China to
complete the project,
Alexander Polushkin, head of
development at Russia's
Rosenergoatom nuclear
operator, told Itar-Tass last
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19 October 2005 Week 41
as well as meet local energy
in the town of Reni, south of Odessa.
Draft supply contracts for the TPPare currently being drawn up by the TNK-BP Holds
Investment Tender for
Power Plant Project
TNK-BP has announced a
tender to attract an investor to
build a pilot 32 MW gas-fired
thermal power plant (TPP) to
supply the company's
exploration and production
assets in Russia's Orenburg
The TPP is to use associated gasfrom the Russian-British company's Greeks To Build Power
Plant in Odessa
Romania and Slovakia, as well asRussia. Ukraine produced 87 billion Greek investors have shown
interest in funding the
construction of a new 1,200
MW gas-fired thermal power
plant (TPP) near Odessa in
Ukraine, which would be able
to export power to the Balkans
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19 October 2005 Week 41
From the Local Press
EMISSIONS TRADING COULD BE
TUROW AND BELCHATOW
A REALITY IN HUNGARY FROM
MINES AND POWER PLANTS TO
INCREASE OUTPUT AHEAD OF
SERBIA BACKS AGREEMENT TO
ESTABLISH BALKAN ENERGY
COMMUNITY
HPPS TO BE BUILT ON THREE
HUNGARIAN RIVERS
BELCHATOW POWER PLANT
TO BORROW FROM NORDIC
INVESTMENT BANK
UNIVERSITY INAUGURATES
LARGEST SOLAR ENERGY
FARM IN HUNGARY
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19 October 2005 Week 41
www.emisje-co2.pl, October 13, 2005 NEW WIND FARM TO BE BUILT
POLES TURN TO BIOMASS AS
GAS, HEATING OIL AND COAL
UES MAY LIFT MORATORIUM
PRICES RISE
ON ASSETS SALE
The seaside town of Puck willsoon have its own 22 MW wind UES CAN NOW SELL ASSETS
KOMPANIA WEGLOWA
RECEIVES SHARES IN CIECH
CHEMICAL GROUP FROM
GOVERNMENT
UES WANTS ELECTRICITY FEES
TIED TO INFLATION
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19 October 2005 Week 41
UES PLANS TO SELL
ZARUBEZHENERGOSTROI
BASHKIRENERGO PRESS SERVICE,October 13, 2005 IRKUTSKENERGO RAISES
ELECTRICITY OUTPUT BY 5.7%
GAZPROMBANK TP HELP
MOSENERGO BORROW 10
BILLION RUBLES
UES FIXES PRICE FOR POWER
MACHINES
intends to purchase 22.4% ofPower Machines shares for no ALTAIENERGO SENDS
NEW BOILER HOUSE WILL BE
CREDITOR TO COURT
BUILT IN ONEGA,
ARKHANGELSK REGION
BALANCING ELECTRICITY
MARKET TO BEGIN OPERATING
replace two coal-fired boilers inOnega, reducing the discharge WWW.KOMMERSANT.RU, October 17,2005 Energy Systems (UES) marketdevelopment department. The BASHKIRENERGO SEES
RUSSIAN COAL NEEDS
ELECTRICITY OUTPUT GROW
DRESSING
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19 October 2005 Week 41
SUEK BUYS EQUIPMENT FOR
KIROV MINE
CHELYABINSK COAL COMPANY
CUTS OUTPUT BY 8.1%
KEMEROVO REGION: 122.1 MLN
TONNES OF COAL MINED
YUZHKUZBASSUGOL TO
ENGAGE IN MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING
BELON GROUP CHOOSES KHD
FOR EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES
ADMINISTRATION PRESS CENTRE,October 12, 2005 RASPADSKAYA MINE DOES
NOT WANT TO BE SOLD TO
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19 October 2005 Week 41
SUEK REACHES AGREEMENT
WITH BELAZ ON SUPPLIES AND
SERVICES
ENERGOATOM SIGNS TWO
CONTRACTS FOR 2.65 MILLION
UZBEKISTAN TO HOLD TENDER
FOR THERMAL POWER
STATION STAKE
KUZBASSRAZREZUGOL TO
INVEST IN SOCIAL PROJECTS
IN LENINGRAD REGION
FSK TO BUY STAKE IN
SANGTUDIN GES-1 HYDRO
POWER STATION
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EMART Energy 2005
9 & 10 November 2005, Nice, France
EMART Energy 2005 includes sessions on:
- Information Systems in a Competitive Energy Market Pre Conference Events on 8 November 2005:
· Workshop: Understanding and using EFET form Agreements · PricewaterhouseCoopers Seminar on Energy, Utilities & Mining &
The European Traders Party of the Year in Monaco!
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Strategic Energy Investment & Joint Ventures Forum 2005
http://www.ibc-asia.com/energyinvest.htm
Strategic Energy Investment &
Joint Ventures Forum 2005
14-15 November 2005, Kowloon Shangri-la Hotel, Hong Kong
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DDo not miss out to:
Meet and Listen To Our Panel of Distinguished Speakers: Alan Bond, Consultant to Strategic Investments Ltd – Madagascar Oil
Di Weiping, General Manager, International Finance, China Development Bank
Halfani R. Halfani, Director, Tanzania Petroleum Company, Tanzania
Carlos Zacarias, Project and Development Division Manager, INP National
Petroleum Institute, Mozambique
Subhash Dave, General Manager (Finance), Gujarat State Petroleum
Corporation Limited, India

Klaus Rehaag, Executive Vice President , Gardner Finance AG, Switzerland
Jeffrey Waterous, Non-Executive Chairman, Scotia Waterous, Gibraltar
Gleb N. Zamyatin, Executive Director, ABZ Petroleum Investments, Russia
Saud Siddique, Principal Investment Officer, Infrastructure - East Asia Pacific
Region, IFC/ The World Bank Group
Anthony Wu, Managing Director, Beijing Richina Financial Research Co.Ltd.,
China

Guan Jian, Vice President, Jiangxi Provincial Development & Investment
Dr. Christoph Weber, Head of Investment Banking, Dresdner Kleinwort
Wasserstein, China

Somaya Saad, Consul General, Consulate General of Egypt
Ross Israel, Chief Operating Officer, Diversified Utility and Energy Trusts
(DUET) Australia
Robert Israel, Partner, Compass Advisers, LLP, USA
Sam Farrands, Partner, Minter Ellison
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