Contents tagged with gas transport

  • Naftogaz: Russia's Gazprom will pay Ukraine 3 times more 'than it can receive for the sale of its gas'

    Gazprom will pay Ukraine 2-3 times more "than it can receive for the sale of its gas," to transport it through Ukraine, according to a Facebook post made by the Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of Naftogaz, Yuriy Vitrenko, UNIAN reports.

    Vitrenko reported that the price of gas for Ukraine will be calculated according to the German market. "For those who like to count who and how much will be paid, Gazprom pays us 2-3 times more for transit than it will be able to receive for selling its gas," he …

  • Media: Ukraine's gas network operator Ukrtransgaz will be headed by Polish specialist

    Paweł Józef Stańczak was appointed to the post of chairman of Ukraine's gas network operator, PJSC Ukrtransgaz, according to with reference to sources in the NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine.

    Stańczak, a Polish specialist was elected to the post of president of Ukrtransgaz as early as August 2017 with a reported one-year contract. A little later, it became known that the SBU would be delaying his appointment as head of the company.

    "The SBU did not give a definitive answer about the admission …

  • The transit of Russian gas through Ukraine has risen to a 5-year record high

    Ukrtransgaz, the operator of the Ukrainian gas transport system, stated that from January to May 2017, Gazprom increased the transit of gas through Ukraine to 38.26 billion cubic meters.

    This is the highest recorded volume of transported gas over the past 5 years; it exceeds the average transit volume for January-May during 2013-2016 by almost 9 billion cubic meters. Other Russian gas route volumes remained stable.

    Gazprom is able to cover the growth and fluctuations in demand for Russian gas …

  • Italian investors want to invest $2 billion in new gas transport company in Ukraine

    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 …