Turkish President Erdogan Urges NATO to Support Ankara in Drilling Dispute off Cyprus

Speaking at NATO’s ''North Atlantic Council Mediterranean Dialogue Meeting'' held in Ankara on Monday, President Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey expects NATO to support...

Tensions Rise in East Mediterranean As Turkey Issues NAVTEX off Cyprus

Ankara issued a new NAVTEX recently, blocking off parts of the Eastern Mediterranean, some of which overlap with the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of...

Greek Public Power Cooperation Records Huge Losses

The Greek Public Power Corporation (PPC), the largest publicly-owned utility in the country, announced on Tuesday losses amounting to 542 million euros for 2018. PPC’s...

Greece Among Eight Nations To Face US Sanctions if they Purchase Iranian Oil

Greece is among eight nations worldwide which could potentially face sanctions if they purchase Iranian oil, the Trump Administration declared on Monday. The move comes...

Experts Warn Crete Will Experience Power Blackouts This Summer

Greece’s Electricity Distribution Network Operator (DEDDIE) sent a clear warning on Friday that Greece's largest island, Crete, will experience power blackouts in the summer...

Athens Unveils its First Electric Bus

An electric bus built by Chinese automobile manufacturer BYD, which is silent and boasts of having no environmental footprint whatsoever, was presented for the...

Thessaloniki-Skopje Oil Pipeline To Reopen This Year

Hellenic Petroleum chairman and CEO Efstathios Tsotsoros said on Wednesday that the existing oil pipeline between Thessaloniki and Skopje could resume operation as soon...

Greece’s DEPA to Begin Selling Natural Gas to Bulgaria

Greek energy provider DEPA on Tuesday became the first Western company to strike a deal with Bulgaria’s state-owned Bulgargaz to provide natural gas to the country. This...

Environmental Organization Warns of Risks in Greek Plans to Drill Off Crete

The Greek office of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF Hellas) issued a statement on Wednesday warning of ''huge environmental and economic risks to the...

Energy Giant Proposes Massive Floating Wind Farm in the Aegean

Norwegian energy giant Equinor, formerly the state-owned company Statoil, has made a proposal to the Greek government to create a floating wind farm. The...

Electricity Blackout on Crete After Power Plant Fire (video)

Many areas in central Crete continue to be without electricity on Friday as a fire engulfed a main power plant near Heraklion. Television footage shows...

Greek FM: Turkey Has Rights to East Med Energy Resources

Greek foreign minister George Katrougalos said on Thursday that Turkey should not be excluded from the energy resources in the eastern Mediterranean during his...

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