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NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine plans to significantly reduce tariffs on natural gas transit after the expiration of the contract with the Russian company, Gazprom, in 2019, as stated by the Group Chief Commercial Officer of Naftogaz, Yuriy Vitrenko, in an interview with the DPA news agency which was published on Monday, May 1st, Deutsche Welle reported.
"Starting in 2020, the tariffs will reduce to nearly one tenth [of the current], and this will make transit through the Ukrainian gas transportation …
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development or EBRD announced the failure of the reform of Naftogaz of Ukraine.
Last week, four out of five members of the Naftogaz Supervisory Board, Marcus Richards, Charles Proctor, Paul Warwick and Yulia Kovaliv announced that they may leave the company due to the government's failure to implement the company's corporate governance plan.
This was reported by Evropeyskaya Pravda online newspaper with reference to a letter from EBRD President Suma …
The national company Naftogaz Ukraine is planning to hold negotiations with potential investors to create a public company “Ukraine Main Gas Pipelines” in the next three months, ZN.UA reports.
The article notes that the Italian company Snam, which is interested in importing Russian gas, is among the most realistic potential investors.
“According to ZN.UA’s information, the Slovaks are also interested in this. But the Italian company Snam is prepared to invest $2 billion in the Ukrainian gas …
NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine requested that the European Court of Justice allow them to join the case on appeal by Poland's PGNIG Supply & Trading against the decision of the European Commission to expand Gazprom’s access to the OPAL gas pipeline, according to the Naftogaz website which reads: “According to the statute of the European Court of Justice, a legal entity can enter the case if it is able to prove an interest in the outcome of this case.”
In its request, Naftogaz specified the potential …
Poland plans to begin importing natural gas from Norway as part of their initiative to diversify their gas supply sources. Ukrainian Naftogaz expects to be able to gain access to Norwegian gas as well, as was reported by the Naftogaz press service.
"The Poles will take action. Norwegian gas, which is likely to come to Poland via the Baltic pipe, will help the Poles, through diversification, to obtain agreements to relieve the political pressure based on gas supplies," the message says.
Naftogaz of Ukraine has confirmed the receipt of Gazprom’s $5.3 billion invoice for the gas that the company had neither ordered nor received during 2016. However, the company does not intend to pay for it until the decision of the Stockholm arbitration. This was reported to the Interfax-Ukraine news agency by the press service of Naftogaz.
"In its explanation of the bill, Gazprom refers to the take-or-pay form of gas delivery. At the same time, Naftogaz has no plans to pay the bill until the …
Ukrainian Naftogaz signed a contract for $6.31 million with Covington & Barling LLP (New York, USA). Covington & Barling LLP will represent the interests of the national oil and gas company (Naftogaz Ukraine) in arbitration against Russia under a claim for the compensation of losses over the annexation of the Crimea by Russia.
As Interfax-Ukraine reported, the agreement was signed on January 11th. According to Naftogaz’s report in the ProZorro e-procurement system, the agreement will expire on …
Ukraine's Naftogaz expects to be accused of gas theft by Gazprom regarding its inability to ensure transit in connection with the severe frosts in Russia.
As stated by the President of the Center for Global Studies Strategy XXI, Mykhailo Gonchar, in a Facebook post, Gazprom might not have enough gas to provide for all Russian and European consumers fully.
“Arctic cold is quickly moving to the east, and even though Europe was affected for a couple of days, the real cold is in Russia. And …
In 2016 Ukraine reduced the amount of imported gas by 32.7% (approximately 5.4 billion cubic meters) as compared to 2015, to 11.8 cubic meters, according to data published by PJSC Ukrtransgaz.
In December 2016, gas imports totaled 1.7 billion cubic meters of gas – 3.7 times more than in December 2015 (444 million cubic meters). 1.3 billion cubic meters was imported from Slovakia, 227 million cubic meters from Hungary, and 129.7 million cubic meters from Poland.
As was reported, Ukraine has …
The National Joint Stock Company, Naftogaz Ukraine, signed a loan agreement with Citi and Deutsche Banks for a euro-denominated line of credit for the purchase of gas, equivalent to $500 million. The funds must be used solely for the purchase of gas, as reported by the company on Saturday, December 31st. The agreement itself was signed the day before.
According to Naftogaz’s press service, the credit line is secured by the World Bank, which in turn, is guaranteed by the Ukrainian Government …