NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine is conducting preparatory work for the reversal of the gas transmission system (GTS) in the reverse direction in the case if Russia stops gas transit from January 1, 2020.
During the consideration of the draft lawin the second reading, the Verkhovna Rada rejected an amendment prohibiting the installation of domestic solar power plants on the ground, but then adopted it...
The Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine has given permission for DTEK Neftegaz to acquire the majority shareholding in Kyivoblenergo and Odesaoblenergo from a group of Russian businessmen VS Energy.
In January – March 2019, 1393 Ukrainian households installed solar power plants with a total capacity of 33 MW.
Poland stopped the transit of Russian oil from Belarus due to the high content of chlorides in it, which could damage equipment and lead to an accident.
In January-February 2019 Ukraine has acquired nuclear fuel for $45 million 155.4 thousand, 38% of which was paid to Russia.
Domestic Shebelinsky GPP is ready to offer the market 15-20 thousand tons of light oil products.
As a result of activities in 2018, NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine as a separate legal entity received a net profit of 13.6 billion UAH.
Oil futures are rising in price against the backdrop of an official statement by the State Department that the United States will not extend the exemption regime for Iranian oil buyers.
The Norwegian NBT and the French Total Eren closed the agreement on the second phase of project financing for the construction of the Sivash wind farm in Kherson region for €107.6 million.
In May gas prices for industrial consumers were increased by 5.2 – 11.5%.
The Chinese group of corporations CNBM, which has a large portfolio of solar power plants in Ukraine, will refrain from further investments in the sector until the problematic issues around its Ukrain...