The Romanian group OMV Petrom, the largest oil and gas producer in Southeast Europe, has signed an agreement to transfer 40 oil and gas fields in Romania to Dacian Petroleum.
As a result of the increased number of passengers, the Serbian airport in Niš is in need of expansion and modernization, for which a public offer has been opened.
The US-based ExxonMobil is negotiating with the Russian group Lukoil to sell its 50% stake in its offshore project in the Romanian section in the Black Sea Neptun Deep.
The Romanian startup AlphaBlock, that works in the area of IT and artificial intelligence, considers launching an initial public offering on the Bucharest Stock Exchange in 2020.
The direct foreign investments in Bulgaria continue to grow in 2019, BalkanEngineer.com learned from Money.bg.
The Macedonian operator Makedonski Telekom introduces a new technology for providing voice telephony services – VoLTE (Voice over LTE), BalkanEngineer.com learned from Denar.mk.
The Korean-Chinese company Songuo Motors and the Italian company Hadid Holding signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the construction of a factory for electric vehicles in Bulgaria.
The small electric vehicle Renault City K-ZE, currently sold in China, may also enter the European market under the Romanian brand Dacia in 2021.
Bulgarian specialists have developed the first ever fully digital car dashboard depicting holographic objects.
The Chinese manufacturer of automotive interior solutions Yanfeng Automotive Interiors officially opened its plant in Kragujevac, Serbia.