We continue to present the 2020 nominations for the Energynomics Awards, with the Outstanding results category. Only one of the projects in the competition will be rewarded at the Gala from December 3th, but each of them deserve our respect and the widest promotion. We thank all the companies and personalities involved in this effort to draw the image of the Romanian energy industry in 2020 through its achievements!
CIS GAS – for the contribution to the sustainable development of natural gas transport infrastructure in Romania
In 2020, CIS GAS contributed to the execution of three pipeline sections with a considerable impact on the development of the national economy and of the economy of the Republic of Moldova by improving the gas supply of the population and companies in those areas. 1. It completed the work on the project to extend the inter-connector IA –Ungheni –Chisinau (phase II, lot I and lot II) – 63 km. 2. It executed the natural gas pipeline DN500 Craiova-Segarcea-Calafat 39,292 km – reconsideration of the pipeline section Craiova – Segarcea, beneficiary SNTGN Transgaz SA. 3. Work has started on the gas pipeline DN700 Onesti – Gheraesti – Letcani (lot 1 and lot 2) – (DN 700 × 165 km, PN 55 bar and two gas compression stations at Onesti and Gheraesti, with a carrying capacity of 1,5 to 2,2 billion mc/year.)
Enevo Group – for the construction of a 132kV power station, a turnkey project in the Kuwait Joint Operation Area, Saudi Arabia
With great efforts, both human and financial, ENEVO Group, a 100% Romanian company, has managed to expand into other markets, being now one of the few East European companies specialized in electrical works and qualified automation to major clients such as Saudi Electricity Company or Aramco. This is one of the few export projects in the field of electrical engineering carried out by Romanian companies in the last years, representing a great success both commercially and financial (structured with Romanian banks).
The value of the project exceeds 12 million dollars. The new power station will power offshore operations in an area of about 7.000 square km in the joint area between Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
MOL România – for the unique cooperation in the NEXT-E project
In Romania, MOL has been investing since 2017 in the construction of an electric vehicle charging infrastructure under the brand MOL Plugee. As well as direct investments, starting 2018, MOL is also part of NEXT-E, a unique project whose purpose is to create the first interoperable and non-discriminatory EV charging network, as a viable alternative to combustion engine vehicles.
The NEXT-E consortium consists of MOL Group companies (represented by subsidiaries in all 6 participating countries), E.ON Group (Západoslovenská energetika in Slovakia, E.ON Czech Republic, E.ON Hungary, E.ON Romania), Hrvatska elektroprivreda in Croatia, PETROL (in Slovenia and Croatia), as well as Nissan and BMW.
Currently, EV charging services are available at 23 MOL Romania stations, in Bucharest, Arad, Sibiu, Mureș, Alba, Ilfov, Dâmbovița, Iași, Argeș, Harghita, Neamț, Vâlcea, Constanța and Timișoara.