Prosecutors in Bulgaria have charge two former directors of the state electricity firm NEK with causing financial damage by signing a nuclear deal which could cost business more than $86million. It comes after the country cancelled its €10billion Belene project four years ago after failing to find foreign investors. The deal would have been with Russian company Atomstroyexport. As a result of cancelling the project, NEK now owes the firm $695million in compensation.
Energy Voice 17th Oct 2016 read more »