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    SIAD Bulgaria obtain oxygen marketing authorisation


    Following its obtainment of a manufacturing authorisation to produce medicinal gaseous oxygen, SIAD Bulgaria (SIAD) has worked together with its headquarters team in Italy to obtain a marketing authorisation for liquid and compressed oxygen.

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    Bulgartransgaz completes participation in Alexandroupolis LNG terminal


    Bulgaria’s state gas firm Bulgartransgaz has completed its participation in the Alexandroupolis LNG terminal, Gastrade, behind the project, confirmed today (28 th Jan).

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    H2 sparks interest in Bulgaria


    With a goal to have ten hydrogen (H 2 ) stations by 2025, Bulgaria has revealed its interest to test H 2 buses in public transport.

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    Bulgaria to have 10 hydrogen stations by 2025


    Bulgaria’s government has approved a national programme for alternative fuels market development, which will see 10 hydrogen (H 2 ) filling stations constructed by 2025.

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    PowerHouse Energy signs distribution agreement


    PowerHouse Energy Group has signed its first international distribution agreement for its proprietary DMG® hydrogen (H 2 ) from waste (HfW) process targeting the supply into hydrogen bus projects in Bulgaria and Romania.

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    Messer expands its CO2 business


    The Messer Group has invested nearly €3m ($3.7m) in two new production facilities in Bulgaria and Bosnia-Herzegovina, expanding its carbon dioxide (CO2) business.

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    Regional markets: Focus on Central Europe and the Balkan States


    With the date set for Britain’s referendum on whether to stay within the European Union (EU) or withdraw its membership – the so-called ‘Brexit’ – and renewed talk of a ‘Grexit’ as finance ministers further deliberate over Greece’s ongoing debt crisis, Europe finds itself under intense scrutiny again as the ...

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    Regional markets: Focus on Central Europe


    With the Eurozone becoming increasingly constricted by the tightening grip of deflation, coupled with the effects of several other simultaneously poorly-performing global economies, Europe finds itself in a potentially precarious position in 2015.