The temporary dip in the price of natural gas on the European market is not a reason for Ukraine to stop expanding domestic extraction
|20 December, 2019||Breaking news|
Russian and Ukrainian representatives have met in Berlin for "very intense negotiations" on the current 10-year gas agreement due to expire in two weeks. However, the terms of the deal are not yet clear
|5 August, 2019||Breaking news|
RWE starts working with Ukrainian gas pipeline, storage operator
|5 August, 2019||Economics|
How Ukraine has played soft with Russia in preparing for a gas clash next year
|25 March, 2019||Economics|
Why government oversight over big business is just as important as privatization
|30 January, 2019||Breaking news|
Ukraine has restarted exports of its own natural gas to Europe after fifteen years, exporting a relatively small amount to Slovakia, seemingly to demonstrate to the Ukrainian gas sector how easily it can be done
|20 August, 2015||Politics|
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, 2014||Economics|
Alan Riley: Ukraine has enough potential to turn itself into the center of gas trading for Central Eastern Europe and Baltic States
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, 2014||News|
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, 2014||News|
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, 2014||News|
The Independent: G7 leaders prepared an 'emergency response plan' to assist Ukraine if Russia restricts gas supplies
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, 2013||News|
“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, 2013||News|
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, 2013||News|
The Financial Times: cleaning up of the gas games at the EU’s eastern border could liberalise the energy equation in Eastern Europe
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, 2013||Economics|
Heavy dependence on exports of fuels has brought Russian economy to the verge of a deep recession
|28 June, 2013||News|
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, 2013||News|
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, 2013||Politics|
The consequences of the latest agreements between Yanukovych and Putin
|28 May, 2013||News|
Nearly 60% of Ukrainian citizens say that the Ukrainian gas transit system (GTS) should remain state-owned, a survey by the Razumkov Centre reveals.