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27.02.2019

Granting rights for subsoil use: changes for better regulation in oil&gas sector

This note analyzes the regulations and procedures for granting the rights to use subsoil in Ukraine, Romania and Mexico. Both international cases offer interesting practices which could be applied in Ukraine for attracting investment and holding transparent tenders for oil and gas fields.

This policy brief is prepared within the framework of the Project “Improving the resource governance in the extractive sector by taking part in the implementation of the action plan for Concept for Ukraine’s Gas Production Industry Development Until 2020“ supported by the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI). Any views or statements expressed in this document do not necessarily reflect those of the Natural Resource Governance Institute.

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