Contents tagged with Naftogaz of Ukraine
Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak said that Moscow offered Kyiv to extend the current contract for gas transit on existing conditions for a year, but the Ukrainian side didn't respond yet, reports RIA Novosti news agency.
He added that the adjustments could be discussed during the negotiations between the companies. "We don't see any reaction yet. We wait for any comments from the Ukrainian government. Then we will discuss the deal at our meetings," the Minister said.
Andriy Kobolyev, CEO of the Ukrainian oil and gas company Naftogaz, has reported on his donations to charity in the first semester, TSN reports, citing Kobolyev’s Facebook page.
“I gave 8,861,100 hryvnia (around $227,000) to charity. That’s all of my earnings in Naftogaz for the period from the middle of January to the middle of June. In particular, to each of the foundations ‘Return Alive’, ‘Tabletochki’ and ‘Narodny Tyl – Rehabilitation’ I gave 1,865,700 (around $72,000),” Kobolyev wrote. …
The representative of the Polish government for Strategic Energy Infrastructure Peter Naimsky said that Poland is ready to launch the pipeline with a volume of two thousand billion cubic meters, which will connect the Polish gas transmission system with the Ukrainian system in Hermanowice.
"We are ready if necessary, to start the pipeline, which will connect the Polish system with the Ukrainian system in Hermanowice. Its capacity is 2 billion cubic meters. It's not much, but in case if …
Germany stressed how important it is to maintain gas transit through Ukraine after 2019, when the current contract expires, said a representative of the German government Steffen Seibert at a briefing in Berlin, as reported by Ukrinform.
“From our point of view, it is absolutely necessary for Ukraine to remain a transit state. We demand it. It is in our interests and we insist that transit through the country be possible in the future,” Seibert said.
According to him, Berlin is actively …
In an interview with an Interfax-Ukraine News Agency, the Counselor for Economic Affairs in US Embassy in Kyiv John Paul Schutte said that the US is ready to help Ukraine prepare for a possible gas transit shutdown in 2020 by the Russian Federation.
"Ukraine should be prepared in case Russia shuts down gas transit through Ukraine in 2020, as it threatens to do. The United States is ready to help Ukraine prepare for this. Ukrainian companies should take measures to purchase and store gas for …
General Director of the Ukrainain gas company Chornomornaftogaz Svetlana Nezhnova said that Russia had extracted more than 9 billion cubic meters of gas from Ukrainian deposits in the annexed Crimea, reports Krym.Realii.
According to Nezhnova, now Ukrainian drilling rigs, which Russia had appropriated after the annexation of the Peninsula, are in deplorable condition.
"To date, Russia has illegally extracted 9.2 billion cubic meters of gas from all the deposits which belong to Ukraine. When I …
The Russian company Gazprom has recently increased the volume of gas it is transporting to Europe through Ukraine by 25%, according to a Facebook post by Andriy Kobolyev, CEO of Naftogaz of Ukraine.
“The reason for this is the renovation of the Yamal-Europe pipeline (which passes through Belarus)… annually this is the equivalent of around 110 billion cubic meters of gas per year,” he wrote.
In a matter of days, the daily volume of gas pumped through the Ukrainian gas transport system rose by 6 …
Ukrainian national oil company Naftogaz has signed a contract for legal services in a lawsuit against the Russian gas giant Gazprom. Naftogaz will pay the lawyers of the Norwegian law firm Wikborg Rein Advokatfirma AS 14 million euros, according to Ukrainian Prozorro e-procurement system.
The cost of the services includes attorneys' fees and the costs of involving witnesses in the court proceeding.
At the end of January, in Stockholm, the initial hearing in the suit of Naftogaz against the …
Nord Stream 2 will reduce demand for Ukraine's gas transportation system, said Head of Naftogaz Andriy Kobolyev in an interview with Ukrainian Channel 5.
“We will lose the entire transit. Because there is still the Turkish Stream, which will probably be built and launched by the end of 2019,” Kobolyev said. According to him, Ukraine will lose the deterrent against the “Russian aggression” after Nord Steam 2 is put in operation. “It is necessary to analyze this pipeline in terms of war risks …
Russia does not recognize the decision the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague confirming Russia's liability for the loss of Naftogaz assets in the annexed Crimea, reports Radio Liberty.
“The Russian Federation did not participate in these proceedings and does not recognize this partial decision due to the absence of Arbitration Court’s jurisdiction over the Naftogaz and others’ claim against the Russian Federation,” stated the press service of Russia’s Ministry of Justice.