Global Energy Market Research: Vietnam. Nov2010, p1-18. 18p. 5 Charts, 6 Graphs.
Energy policy, Renewable natural resources, PRICES, Government policy, Electricity, Petroleum industry -- Economic aspects, Vietnam. Ministry of Planning & Investment, Motor fuels, and Liberalization (Finance)
The article reports on topics related to energy in Vietnam. It discusses the country's policy over electricity, oil, and renewable resources under various agencies supervising the energy sector such as the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Planning and Investment and Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment. It says that the prices for motor fuels are partly controlled by the government, while the prices for electricity in industry and trade have been partially liberalised.
Global Energy Market Research: Greece. Sep2010, p13-14. 2p. 3 Graphs.
Prices, Value-added tax, Electricity, and Petroleum product sales & prices
The article offers information on the gas and electricity prices in Greece as of 2010. It says that value-added tax (VAT) for oil products rose from 18%-23% in May 2010. It states that prices of electricity decreased by approximately 40% in real terms from 1990-2000 and have been increasing slimly since 2004.
Global Energy Market Research: Denmark. Jun2011, p16-17. 2p. 3 Graphs.
Charts, diagrams, etc., Prices, Gas prices, Diesel fuels, Electricity, and Coal gas
Several charts are presented depicting energy prices in Denmark including gasoline and diesel prices, electricity prices for industry and households, and gas prices for industry and households from 2004-2010.
Global Energy Market Research: Bulgaria. May2011, p14-15. 2p. 3 Graphs.
Prices, Power resources, Price increases, Price regulation, Gas prices, Electricity, and Natural gas
The article offers information on the energy prices in Bulgaria. It says that diesel and gasoline prices in 2010 are 0.97 euro per liter and 1.01 dollar per liter respectively. It states that companies such as E.On AG and EVN AG proposed to increase electricity prices by 14.3% as of July 2011 due to the expenses from green electricity purchases. Moreover, prices in natural gas vary according to consumers' categories such as industry and households as price regulation took into effect in 2003.