Energyobserver.com is the first private website in Europe that broadcasts information on the energy sector, with a special accent on the energy situation in South East Europe. Every day the specialized electronic journal broadcasts texts, exclusive news and interviews with representatives of electricity, gas and oil companies and other important factors. The site has two versions – the Serbian and the English one.
The author and editor of the website is Sijka Pistolova, a many years’ economic journalist and analyst of energy movements in Serbia and the South East European region. She started her career in 1983 in the only daily economic newspaper of the then Yugoslavia, Privredni Pregled, and now Pregled Handelsblat. In the same newspaper, besides everyday’s reporting on energy events, she was also editor of a weekly issue The Oil Service of Yugoslavia.
In 1997, when the first independent foreign daily newspaper Blic was established in Serbia, invited by their editorial team she became a full-time correspondent of the newspaper for the column Economy. At the end of 1998 she became a member of the information team of Radio B92, where she was given a task to incorporate economic news in their information program. After three years of radio journalism, on establishment of TV B92, with the same task she was transferred to the television information team, where she simultaneously was an editor of the broadcasts Enough Crime (Dosta zlocina), Public Secret (Javna tajna) and Insider from time to time. Since October 2004 she has been dealing with individual energy and media consulting, occasionally writing for the weekly magazine Vreme and reporting from Serbia for the most popular Macedonian television Antena.