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22/03/2017

IPTO certification for SGCC deal expected within 10 days

22/03/2017

Parliamentary bypass to be sought for energy measures

21/03/2017

Stathakis presents six axes of energy strategy

21/03/2017

Capacity loss of lenders demand for PPC unit sales being calculated

21/03/2017

Energy issues, on hold, must be cleared for review conclusion

20/03/2017

PPC racing against time for IPTO sale, concerns growing

20/03/2017

Work still needed for PPC loan, utility facing bond payment

20/03/2017

Lenders propose September market test for PPC unit sales

17/03/2017

DG Comp investigation of PPC suggests pricing manipulation

17/03/2017

Energy-sector bailout talks at impasse, PM informed

16/03/2017

No progress made by energy minister, country’s lenders in teleconference

16/03/2017

RAE presents action to be taken following energy crisis

16/03/2017

PPC to prepare strategic plan as a leaner, meaner enterprise

14/03/2017

Independent power units to also protect against blackouts

13/03/2017

S&P downgrade of PPC reflects looming cash-flow danger

13/03/2017

Market players, expecting sale of PPC units, planning ahead

10/03/2017

Greek-Israeli-US naval exercise in area of major energy interest

10/03/2017

Supplier surcharge, back to normal levels, still unpredictable

10/03/2017

Energy issues remain as latest bailout review talks end

10/03/2017

DEPA forms retail gas division for changing energy market

08/03/2017

DG Comp, backed by ongoing probe, holds key to PPC developments

08/03/2017

EPA Attiki preparing to offer combined power and gas packages

08/03/2017

Gas price inaccuracies leading to misjudgments and losses

08/03/2017

Lenders could turn to ongoing PPC probe for extra pressure

07/03/2017

Independent power suppliers make modest gains in February

07/03/2017

Privatizations list unchanged, contrary to government claims

06/03/2017

Demand response mechanism extension needed by steel industry

06/03/2017

Wide gap remains in energy-sector bailout issues

03/03/2017

Brussels open to ‘demand response’ extension, commissioner says

03/03/2017

Energy ministry seeking to avoid the worst in bailout talks

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