The Bulgargaz company has offered to increase the price of natural gas in the country by another 6%, to 315.61 leva (approximately € 157.8) per megawatt hour. This has been reported TASS.
The price stated does not take into account additional payments.
The Bulgarian Energy and Water Regulatory Commission had previously accepted the company’s offer to increase gas prices by 60.01% from August 1, making it a record 297.89 leva (about €149) for the country.
At the end of April, Gazprom refused to supply gas to the Bulgarian company Bulgargaz, because they refused to pay in rubles for energy supply.
In early August, the country’s Energy Minister Rosen Hristov declarationHe said Russian gas supplies could be restarted if there is not enough fuel from alternative suppliers.
Alexei Pushkov, Chairman of the Federation Council Commission on Information Policy and Interaction with the Media. declarationThere is no reason to restart Russian gas supplies to Bulgaria, a state hostile to Russia.