DiXi Group launches Gasotheque, a service for consumers Gasotheque, the first service of comparing gas prices for household consumers in Ukraine, is being developed by the DiXi Group team.Presently, this…
The law, which deepens Ukraine’s and the EU’s energy integration, was reviewed by the Constitutional Court
Opportunities and threats posed to Ukraine by the new EU program “European Green Deal” were discussed by Ukrainian experts. During the online presentation of the document based on their findings, DiXi Group analysts indicated challenges for the energy sector
International talks with investors and negotiating skills required to clinch effective production sharing agreements in the extractive sector were the points addressed during a seminar organized by DiXi Group jointly with ISLP.
Online discussion from DiXi Group: how energy legislation is being harmonized with European standards
The implementation by Ukraine of the “energy” Annex to the Association Agreement with the EU, what the future action plan will look like and how to improve the very mechanism of implementing this document – these were the points which were discussed online by Ukrainian government officials and parliamentarians, representatives of the European Commission and the Energy Community Secretariat, Ukrainian and foreign experts. The discussion “Implementation of Annex XXVII to the Association Agreement: Progress, Challenges and Opportunities” was held on 28 April by DiXi Group.
Speaking during the online discussion at Kyiv Security Forum held on 10 April, DiXi Group President Olena Pavlenko focused attention upon anti-crisis actions in Ukraine’s energy sector. “Judging by the outcome of the OPEC+ meeting, it is hardly likely that oil and gas prices will significantly increase in the nearest future.
DiXi Group representatives Olha Polunina and Roman Nitsovych were engaged as external experts providing support to members of the Interagency Commission for Production Sharing Agreements from the Verkhovna Rada and the Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection. They prepared commentaries to applications, and were responsible for assessing integrity of companies.
Kyiv School of Energy Policy’s (KSEP) pilot course in Energy Law and Regulation in the EU has ended. It consisted of three parts, and continued for almost entire March. All the attendees have left to do is to receive certificates.
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