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Nov 08, 2007 18:55 EEST
November 8 (SeeNews) - German energy conglomerate Energie Baden-Wurttemberg (EnBW) said on Thursday it is still interested in the power generation sector of Romania even though no companies are being offered for sale now.
"We have always been interested in Romania and we still are, but there is nothing on the privatisation table at the moment", the deputy manager of EnBW Foreign Holdings division, Christian Chapus, told SeeNews on the sidelines of the Emerging Europe Energy Summit organised by IBP Publishing & Conferences.
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EnBW bid in the tenders for Romanian power distributors Electrica Oltenia and Electrica Muntenia Sud held in 2005, but was dropped out of both races. Electrica Oltenia was sold to Czech state-run power utility company CEZ in October 2005. Electrica Muntenia Sud was acquired earlier this year by Italy's Enel.
Romania said in April it will put up for sale its thermal power plants in Craiova, Rovinari and Turceni in the second half of the year.
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