The Verkhovna Rada Committee on Fuel and Energy Complex, Nuclear Policy and Nuclear Safety approved the Draft Law No. 2966 “On the National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission” (on the Regulator) and recommended MPs to pass it in the first reading.
MPs, the Private Sector and the Civil Society Discussed the Draft Law on Data Disclosure in Extractive Industries10.02.2016
Representatives of DiXi Group Analytical Centre presented the booklet “Why is the Energy Community important for me?” Using infographics and simple facts, the experts outlined all pros of the so called EU Third Energy Package for ordinary Ukrainians.
On February, 3, 10:00 a.m., the booklet “Why is the Energy Community important for me?”, prepared by the experts of DiXi Group Analytical Centre, will be presented at Ukraine Crisis Media Centre (2 Khreschatyk St.).
On January, 27, after its consideration by the Verkhovna Rada, MPs voted for the repeated first reading of the Draft Law “On the National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission”. The document will be sent back to the Committee where the MPs had to finalize and put it up for discussion in a month.
DiXi Group Analytical Centre urges MPs to resume a law-making process, aimed at the establishment of an independent Regulator in the field of energy and utilities, and to pass a decision on the Draft Law No. 2966.
Non-disclosure of information on extraction activities will be punished by fines. This sanction is set out in the Draft Law “On Data Disclosure in Extractive Industries”. It was reported during the press-conference at Ukraine Crisis Media Centre.