Friday, August 18
Укр Eng
Log In Register
PoliticsNeighboursEconomicsSocietyCultureHistoryOpinionsArchivePhoto Gallery
All the materials marked with tag: gas transit
24 JulyEconomics
The threats and opportunities brought by Gazprom's probable termination of gas transit through Ukraine after 2019
20 August, 2015Politics
Ukraine’s Minister for the Power and Coal Industries talks about the gas balance, the chances of modernizing this sector, and the role of oligarchs in the Fuel & Energy Complex in an exclusive interview for The Ukrainian Week
20 August, 2014Economics
The Ukrainian Week speaks to Alan Riley, Professor of Law at the City Law School, City University of London, about Ukraine’s energy potential, its weak spots and the prospects of the South Stream
30 June, 2014News
More diversions to damage Ukraine’s gas transit system and overall infrastructure could take place within the next few weeks. This could help Russia boost its Nord Stream says Mykhailo Honchar, Chair of the Strategy XXI center for global studies
10 June, 2014News
The reform of Naftogaz does not entail a transfer of property rights for Ukraine’s gas transit system or its underground gas storage facilities, Naftogaz’s press-service reports
10 May, 2014News
G7 leaders are expected to sign off on an “emergency response plan” to assist Ukraine this winter if Russia restricts gas supplies. The Independent reports.
21 November, 2013News
“The EU has unblocked a long-stalled gas deal to help Ukraine cut its dependence on Russia. The deal would allow Ukraine to receive gas shipments from neighbouring Slovakia,” The Financial Times reports.
16 October, 2013News
Germany’s trade, financial, and investment policies towards Russia, notably on the issue of natural gas, have contributed to re-shaping the post-Soviet Eastern European geo-economic landscape. As a result, Ukraine could become a hostage of Berlin’s recent Ostpolitik, Andreas Umland, DAAD Associate Professor of Political Science, National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy admits in his article for The Foreign Policy Journal.
15 October, 2013News
A desperate plea from Kyiv to Brussels for help to import more gas from EU markets at lower prices than those charged by Gazprom was lost in the recent buzz over Tymoshenko case, The Financial Times reports.
20 September, 2013Economics
Heavy dependence on exports of fuels has brought Russian economy to the verge of a deep recession
28 June, 2013News
EU plans to lower dependence on Russian gas in south-eastern member states have suffered a setback with the death of the "Nabucco" pipeline scheme, reports EUobserver
25 June, 2013News
Ukraine plans to increase the capacity of its underground gas storage facilities to 50bn cu m, Eduard Stavytskyi, Energy and Coal Industry Minister told journalists on June 25 in Luxemburg.
31 May, 2013Politics
The consequences of the latest agreements between Yanukovych and Putin
28 May, 2013News
Nearly 60% of Ukrainian citizens say that the Ukrainian gas transit system (GTS) should remain state-owned, a survey by the Razumkov Centre reveals.
Read more
Although Ukraine formally only passed its Constitution five years into independence, significant changes to the Basic Law took place even before the Soviet Union went into collapse
today, Andriy Holub,
Who wants a change of Ukraine’s Constitution, and why
today, Roman Malko,
The origins of Dnipro, the city and its name
today, Oleh Repan,
A creator the President collar and the author of pieces for the British Crown and the Royal Family of Serbia about the past and present of enamel painting
today, Hanna Trehub,
Copyright © Ukrainian Week LLC. All rights reserved.
Reprint or other commercial use of the site materials is allowed only with the editorial board permission.
Legal disclaimer Accessibility Privacy policy Terms of use Contact us