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26.05.2020

Weekly analytical report 20 – 26 May, 2020

 

In this issue:

– The government’s first steps to stabilize the situation in the electricity market look cautious and do not significantly change the position of Energoatom…

– Despite promises, the government and investors in renewable energy still haven’t reached a compromise, which continues to fuel tensions in the market and only aggravates debt issues…

– In addition to the General Court of the EU ruling, the unfavorable situation for Russian gas sales is seriously weakening Gazprom’s ability to implement its pipeline projects…

– Ukrainian players of the gas market, including GTSOU which has difficulties with collecting debts for imbalances, also use the service of gas storage under “customs warehouse” regime…

– Despite volatile prices in global markets, Ukraine is testing new routes of oil imports and delivering resources for domestic oil refineries…


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Ukraine Follows a Fossil Fuel Recovery Pathway

Yuliia Oharenko

expert of the DiXi Group project “Promoting Ukraine's Participation in the European Green Deal in the fields of energy and environment”

Ukraine Follows a Fossil Fuel Recovery Pathway

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Ukraine improves its ranking under the EITI Standard

Olha Polunina

Manager for Sustainable Development at DiXi Group

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Energy Transparency Index 2020: International Dimension

Bohdan Serebrennikov

Manager on consultancy and analytical services

Energy Transparency Index 2020: International Dimension

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International Energy Transparency Index 2020: sector openness test – positive or negative?

Bohdan Serebrennikov

Manager on consultancy and analytical services

International Energy Transparency Index 2020: sector openness test – positive or negative?

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