Canadian authorities begin negotiations on exporting liquefied gas to Ukraine

Canadian authorities have started negotiations on providing liquefied gas supplies to Ukraine in the framework of the energy independence program, as reported by the Canadian Minister of Energy, James Carr.

According to him, Canada has already sent an expert group in the field of energy independence to Ukraine, and intends to continue to work in this direction, RIA Novosti reports.

Earlier, Ukrainian Minister of Energy and Coal Industry, Vladimir Demchyshyn, indicated that Ukrainian authorities have also been discussing the purchase of liquefied natural gas (LNG) with Australia; however, Demchyshyn noted that “the discussion was general and the price was not determined.”

Ukraine has not purchased Russian gas since 2015. According to Kiev, its price exceeds trading offers in Europe.

  Canada, Ukraine