Archive for the ‘Bulgaria’ Category

Bansko: Bulgaria’s Unlikely New Digital Nomad Hub

Via BBC, a look at Bulgaria’s Bansko which – set scenically at the base of the Pirin Mountains – has quietly emerged as one of the world’s newest remote working hubs in recent years: Arriving in Bansko for the first time, you might feel you’ve been transported back to a simpler age. Storks nest on […]

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Bulgaria and Serbia Diversify Energy Supplies

Via the Washington Post, an article on Bulgaria and Serbia recent construction launch of the Bulgarian part of a gas link that is designed to diversify the energy supplies of a region that until recently was almost fully dependent on natural gas deliveries from Russia: The presidents of Bulgaria and Serbia on Wednesday launched the […]

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Bulgaria Signs Long-Term Gas Deal With Turkey

Via The Frontier Post, an article on a gas deal between Bulgaria and Turkey: Bulgaria’s state gas company Bulgargaz on Tuesday signed a long-term deal with Turkish state gas firm Botas, giving it access to neighbouring Turkey’s gas network and liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals to help bring in supplies. Bulgaria was almost fully dependent […]

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