DiXi Group representatives took part in strategic session of EnergoTransparency Association, which took place in Kyiv on 15-16 July.
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Experts call for a continuation of the European course of reforms in energy and environment sectors after parliamentary elections
The experts of the Energy Reforms coalition identified the priority tasks for the implementation of the Association Agreement in the energy and environment sectors. This was discussed during the Briefing “Energy and Environment Reforms: Autumn is Coming”.
The expert pointed to the risks of Gazprom’s project to increase gas supplies to Europe bypassing Ukraine
A vision document titled The Toronto Principles was presented by representatives of Ukrainian NGOs during the third Ukraine Reform Conference held in Canada on 2-4 July.
A DiXi Group expert about implementation of the Ukraine-EU Association Agreement: energy reform is simultaneously the most successful and the most disastrous
The fulfillment of Ukraine’s commitments under the Ukraine-EU Association Agreement was discussed at the press briefing held at the Ukrainian Crisis Media Center on 4 July. An assessment of the situation in the energy sector was provided by DiXi Group President Olena Pavlenko.
DiXi Group President Olena Pavlenko joined efforts with the Interagency Commission for Production Sharing Agreements (PSA) as an external expert to evaluate applications for PSA tenders. The external expert’s duties included evaluation of bidder applications along with Interagency Commission members and participation in the review of applications to determine potential winners.
Increasing dependence on external supply of petroleum products, primarily from the Customs Union countries, necessitates accelerating the work on the creation of the minimum oil and petroleum products stocks in Ukraine, as provided for by EU Directive 2009/119/EC.
DIXI Group together with the Reforms Delivery Office of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine launches the Energy Reform Alphabet Project. Twice a week we will publish our ironic texts, in which we will explain how things work in our energy sector in an understandable and clear language.
The European Union and Ukraine will continue the process of integrating gas and electricity markets by updating Annex 27 of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement and ratifying the amendments via a decision of the Ukrainian parliament. This was discussed at a meeting presided by Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze, Vice Prime Minister for European Integration.