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2020

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10.3.2021
Meeting with the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Slovak Republic
Working meeting of the Chairman of the Board of Directors and ceo of TRANSPETROL, a. s., Ján Horkovič with the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Slovak Republic, J. E. Igor Bratčikov
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23.9.2020
We make every effort to meet our goals
Transpetrol, a. s., is one of the strategic enterprises of the Slovak economy and, as the operator of the Slovak oil pipeline system, provides transit and domestic transport of oil and its storage. About what has been helping it to consolidate its strategic position in the market in the long term...
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12.7.2020
Gazprom's gas exports fell sharply, with sales falling by a quarter in the EU
Gazprom, which has a monopoly on gas exports, suffered $3.5 billion in sales abroad in the second quarter of this year - the lowest since 2002. This is based on data from the Russian central bank, to which the economic website refers finanz.ru. In year-on-year comparison, income...
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28.7.2020
Eu in Bratislava opened in the summer to young junior students
For the 8th time, the gates of the Children's University of Economics opened at the University of Economics in Bratislava. Despite the difficult situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the team of staff of bratislava Business School EU in Bratislava managed to prepare two programmes for children aged 7 to 15 years...
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17.6.2020
R. Sulík also talked to Margarete Schramböck about oil pipeline and Mochovce
Economy Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Richard Sulík (SaS) held talks with Austrian Minister for Digital and Economic Affairs Margarete Schramböck on the development of bilateral relations, the Bratislava-Schwechat oil pipeline project and the construction of the Mochovce nuclear power plant.
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17.6.2020
Slovak-Austrian pipeline must be nature friendly, said Austrian Minister Sulík
"The pipeline between Bratislava and Schwechat, Austria, can be built, but the protection of the environment and groundwater must be maintained. Slovakia's key strategic priority is to strengthen energy security through diversification of energy pathways and resources." ...
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17.6.2020
Minister Sulík does not reject the Slovak-Austrian oil pipeline, but must not endanger nature
The pipeline between Bratislava and Schwechat, Austria, can be built, but environmental and groundwater protection must be maintained. Slovak Economy Minister Richard Sulík said this at a meeting with Austrian Minister for Digital and Economic Affairs Margarete Schramböck.
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16.6.2020
Ján Horkovič became the new boss of Transpetrol
The Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic, as the sole shareholder of Transpetrol, with effect from Monday 15 June replaced the current board members. "Ján Horkovič has been appointed Chairman and CEO," slovak oil carrier SITA informed, ...
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