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Olha Polunina

Manager for Sustainable Development

EIA: a problem or an indispensable element of sustainable development?

Back in 2016, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine passed the Environmental Impact Assessment Law. From the very beginning, the implementation of this legislative act has bumped into obstacles: the law was vetoed after an appeal by the Association of Pig Breeders of Ukraine, whose representatives believed that it would bring their industry to a standstill.
10 APRIL 2020 read on
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Bohdan Serebrennikov

Manager on consultancy and analytical services

Coronavirus and systemic imbalances of the electricity market

Today’s crisis in the electricity market is not just a concurrence of circumstances caused by a seasonal factor and by quarantine restrictions. These factors vividly illustrated, and stretched almost to its limits, the vulnerability of the system in which Ukraine’s electricity market functions in its present form.
09 APRIL 2020 read on
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Roman Nitsovych

Research Director

A “perfect storm” in the oil market

Today’s situation in the global oil market is a “perfect storm” for oil producing countries, but for countries importing petroleum products, it presents an opportunity to stock oil on the cheap.
08 APRIL 2020 read on
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Serhii YEVTUSHOK

DiXi Group external analyst

A gas “supermarket”

On 1 May, Ukraine may become one step closer to a competitive gas market. At least, the government declared the intention not to prolong the Regulation on Placing Special Obligations (PSO) in the gas market, which regulates prices for households and heat generating companies.
01 APRIL 2020 read on
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Roman Nitsovych

Research Director

Quarantine as a “window of opportunity”

Against the background of other states where the coronavirus pandemic is raging, restrictive measures in Ukraine are still not very severe, although the government has introduced the state of emergency. The transfer of the majority of personnel to remote work and the weakening of inspections surely pose risks for individual businesses, but the power system is stable. Therefore, the primary task for the government and the critical infrastructure operating companies still remains to protect workers and maintain process control.
26 MARCH 2020 read on
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Serhii YEVTUSHOK

DiXi Group External Analyst

GTS operator actively develops new products and services

Since January, Gas TSO of Ukraine LLC (GTSOU) has not only been separated from Naftogaz but has also launched a new short-haul service. Its essence is that European energy companies can reserve the capacity of the Ukrainian GTS for a “short” gas transit from one country to another.
19 MARCH 2020 read on
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Roman Nitsovych

Research Director

A “general plan” for Ukraine’s power system

Recently, the Ukrainian regulatory agency (NEURC) has approved the report on assessing conformity (sufficiency) of generating capacities, prepared by Ukrenergo NPC. This is an unordinary event indeed, because it was the first time when such a strategic document was approved. All of its previous versions starting from 2017 had the status of project.
16 MARCH 2020 read on
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Bohdan Serebrennikov

Manager on consultancy and analytical services

Gazprom may finance energy efficiency in Ukraine

The allocation of US 2.9 billion paid by Gazprom under Stockholm arbitration ruling to finance energy efficiency may become an excellent initiative.
19 FEBRUARY 2020 read on
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Богдан Серебренніков

Manager on consultancy and analytical services

A “green” chance for Ukraine

Overall, the draft Concept of Ukraine’s "green" energy transition until 2050, proposed by the Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection, looks quite ambitious, balanced, and conformant with today’s European and global energy and economic transformation trends.
28 JANUARY 2020 read on
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Roman Nitsovych

Research Director

New Reality of Gas Transit

On January 1, a new reality came – the new TSO of Ukraine continued the transit of Russian gas. It is a whole package of agreements by which NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine, Gas TSO of Ukraine and Gazprom regulated the continuation of transit. Ukrainian negotiators convince of victorious results, while the agreements themselves remain under the guise of confidentiality. What do we have in the final analysis? The SWOT analysis will help understand the new arrangements.
17 JANUARY 2020 read on

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National website of Extractive Industries Transparensy Initiative in Ukraine 

http://ua-energy.org/

Information and analitical website “Ukrainian Energy UA-Energy.org” is unique   platform to inform