The Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) has made changes to the Supervisory Board of state-owned gas transmission operator Bulgartransgaz.
The new members of the Supervisory Board of the company are Iliya Ivanov, Kiril Georgiev, and Vladimir Mitrushev.
They replace Krasimir Vitanov, Yovka Doychevska, and Denitsa Beyazova.
The changes are aimed at speeding up the projects for the connection of Bulgaria’s gas transmission grid to those of its neighboring countries and the upgrade of the Chiren underground gas storage, according to a media statement of BEH.
Last week, BEH completed a top-level reshuffled at 4 other state-owned energy companies, including the National Electric Company (NEK), the Maritsa Iztok mines, and the Maritsa-Iztok 2 thermal power plant.