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Lectures on energy policy from DiXi Group

In October, DiXi Group experts prepared and held lectures on energy policy of Ukraine and its reverberation in European context for students of two universities: Kyiv School of Economics (KSE) and Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU). The lecture read by DiXi Group President Olena Pavlenko at KSE concerned the risk of discontinuation of gas transit via Ukraine. The attendees were especially interested in new contracts which Ukraine must sign with Gazprom and in the possible scenarios of how the situation with gas supply this winter could unfold not just for us but also for Moldova. “It is important for us to communicate with students and explain them what’s going on in Ukraine’s energy sector. For listeners, this is an opportunity to find out more about it and decide whether they are interested in pursuing the energy subject further,” DiXi Group President Olena Pavlenko shared her impressions. “For us as an analytical center, it also means growth, because we must be ready to give answers to any questions and turn complex topics into simple explanations. An excellent process of interaction that inspires and motivates us to move forward.” A lecture at UCU’s Kyiv center became a part of the European Studies Certification Program “Europe. Values. Future. Ukraine in European Project”. DiXi Group experts Olena Pavlenko, Anton Antonenko and Roman Nitsovych made an express overview of various energy sectors, answered numerous questions about both internal Ukrainian and external processes, and shared DiXi Group’s experience in these areas. In particular, they discussed how local communities may receive information about extractive companies operating in their region and, therefore, how to build mutually beneficial communication with them; and also, how the new electricity market and imports from Belarus and Russia may affect our economy. Substantial attention was devoted to the topic of gas wars waged under several Ukrainian presidents: how these conflicts are related to the present time, what lessons Europeans learned from them, and what difficulties are presently hampering the lobbying of Ukraine’s interests abroad.

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Disclosure of resource extraction contracts is important for Ukraine’s compliance with international environmental conventions

Olha Polunina

Manager for Sustainable Development

Disclosure of resource extraction contracts is important for Ukraine’s compliance with international environmental conventions

Ukraine has time until July 2022 to submit a plan of action, including a time schedule, and until October 2023 to provide a detailed progress report.

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

Despite multiple political statements supporting the European Green Deal and announced plans for the development of a joint with the EU Roadmap, Ukraine is moving in an opposite direction. These are the results of Energy Policy Tracker

The “Augean stables” of the extractive sector: is there any progress?

The “Augean stables” of the extractive sector: is there any progress?

The practice of procuring special extraction permits and then sitting idle on them for decades is unacceptable from the viewpoint of Ukraine’s energy independence and national security, raising budget revenues and the country’s investment attractiveness.

Ukraine improves its ranking under the EITI Standard

Olha Polunina

Manager for Sustainable Development at DiXi Group

Ukraine improves its ranking under the EITI Standard

The EITI Board acknowledged Ukraine’s efforts concerning disclosure of beneficial ownership information, creation of an online EITI reporting portal, and the launch of EITI implementation monitoring and assessment at national level.

Energy Transparency Index 2020: International Dimension

Bohdan Serebrennikov

Manager on consultancy and analytical services

Energy Transparency Index 2020: International Dimension

In 2020, we present the results of the first such research for the three Eastern Partnership countries – Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia.

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Our platforms

https://ksep.energy/en/

Independent energy educational center

http://eiti.org.ua/

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

Our platforms

https://ksep.energy/en/

Independent energy educational center

http://eiti.org.ua/

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