Naftogaz of Ukraine has prepared a three-year contract for the supply of gas to heat producers, the press service reports.
From June 2021 and for 13 months, the long-term market price will be set at UAH 7.42 per cubic meter (including VAT, but excluding the tariff of the gas transmission system operator).
Price offers for district heating companies in the following periods (from July 1, 2022, and from July 1, 2023) will be adjusted."
“Under the contract, the long-term market price applies only to the volume of natural gas, which corresponds to the historical volume of consumption by district heating companies in terms of the production of heat and hot water for the needs of the population,” the message says.
Additional volumes of gas will be supplied to district heating companies at the spot price.
On May 20, the PSO regime was over in the natural gas market for thermal workers.
To recap, Deputy Chairman of the Office of the President Yulia Sviridenko was appointed a member of the Supervisory Board of NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine.
As reported, the intersectoral association Ukrteplokommunenergo applied to the Office of the President of Ukraine because of the terms of the agreement it received from Naftogaz.
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