ATHENS Greece has accepted a 535 million euro (466.31 million pounds) offer from a consortium led by Italy's Snam for a majority stake in gas grid operator DESFA, naming it the "preferred investor", its privatisation agency said on Thursday.
LONDON Freshly London-listed Energean Oil & Gas is boosting its Greek output and expects first gas from its Israeli fields in the first quarter of 2021, making it one of the biggest independent energy firms operating in the eastern Mediterranean.
WASHINGTON The WASHINGTON story headlined "Greece needs post-bailout arrangement to help reforms - EU", was inadvertently released ahead of a 1230 GMT, April 19 embargo.
ATHENS The Greek government submitted a bill to parliament on Wednesday opening the way for the country's dominant power utility PPC to begin selling coal-fired plants in May, a move strongly opposed by workers who have threatened strikes in protest.
ATHENS Greece launched an international tender on Wednesday to sell a majority stake in its biggest oil refiner, Hellenic Petroleum , as agreed under its third international bailout.
ATHENS Greece's privatisation agency on Monday asked a consortium led by Italy's Snam , which made the highest bid for a 66 percent stake in gas grid operator DESFA, to further improve its offer.
ATHENS Greek communist party (KKE) supporters tried to take down a statue of former U.S. president Harry Truman in Athens on Monday during a protest against air strikes on Syria by the United States, Britain and France.
ATHENS The European Investment Fund (EIF) on Monday signed three loan guarantee agreements with Greece's National Bank (NBG) worth 640 million euros ($791.04 million) to provide funding to small and medium-sized businesses to support the Greek economy's recovery.
ATHENS Greek banks will pass the European Central Bank's (ECB) stress test of their financial health, the chief executive of the country's second-biggest lender, National Bank (NBG) , said on Monday.
ATHENS Ride-hailing service Uber said on Thursday it would suspend its licensed service in Greece after the approval of local legislation which imposes stricter regulation on the sector.