Fuel retailers under scrutinyEconomy
- Prime minister raised excises by forceEconomy
- Road users to save €8.5m a year Tallinn-Tartu trip cut shorterLocal News
- Weekend ahead smells like shopping spree brewingEconomy
- VKG headed towards hefty yearly lossEconomySince spring no longer CEO of Estonian Railways due to private use of company fuel card, Ahti Asmann sits at helm of a leading private-capital-based chemical industry enterprise Viru Keemia Grupp (VKG). Kütusehindade madalseisu tõttu esimest korda kahjumisse langenud Ida-Virumaa suurimaid tööandjaid kavatseb siiski lähiajal kõik olulised töökohad säilitada, sest kokkuhoiu nimel tehtav vallandamine tooks kaasa ettevõtte sulgemise. Eesti Raudtee asjadest ei soovinud Asmann rääkida.
- State might take limits off oil shale miningEconomy
- Eesti Energia plans petrol production from oil shale gas International device design tenders expectedEconomy
- Estonian parlt passes tax law amendmentsLocal NewsThe Riigikogu on Monday passed amendments to the Social Tax Act, Income Tax Act and other laws according to which the excise duties on alcohol, tobacco and fuel will be raised faster than planned by the previous governments and the value added tax on accommodation services raised from 9 percent to 14 percent.
- Excise rise to drown Estonia in illegal fuelEconomy
- Estonian motor fuel retailers lower prices againEconomy
- Video: gasoline or diesel?Economy
- Estonian fuel retailers continue lowering pricesEconomy
- Russia already blocking Estonian liquid fuel marketEconomyWith hardly anyone in Estonia noticing, over the past five years not a tonne of liquid fuels has been supplied into Estonia by Russia. According to Estonian Oil Association, this is a targeted policy by the Kremlin: after the so-called Bronze Night, Russian Railways are not allowing trains to be sent towards Estonia from Kirishi Refinery.
- Paldiski oil plant project taken over by Russian capitalEconomy
- Ministry initiates bill of steep excise riseEconomy
- Neste: Fuel tax fraud will cost Estonia EUR 50 mln this yearEconomy
- Jordan project has brought in money already - Estonian energy coEconomy
- Tõnis Oja: times of falling fuel costsOpinionAs it happens, never in post-Soviet Estonia’s more than 20 years of market economy have we experienced a time of falling fuel prices. True, there have been some brief interludes, most prominently during the financial crisis when motor fuel retail prices dropped by 40 per cent in less than 6 months (oil price, at the same time, falling by more than 75 per cent). But this was short-lived, and in the very difficult economic circumstances of the time most people hardly even noticed the easing.