Metals and mining, Ukraine Oil and Gas

The Ukraine reduced gas and oil extraction in January – February 2017

The Ukraine significantly reduced oil, coal and gas extraction in January – February 2017 compared with January – February 2016

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Russian Ministry of Energy tells about conditions of gas supply to the Ukraine

Russia is ready to supply gas to the Ukraine, for this Naftogaz should apply to Gazprom, the press centre of the Russian Ministry of Energy reports.

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Blockade of Donbass to de-energize the Ukraine

For the first time in the past two years the Ukraine is faced with the real prospect of rolling blackouts.

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Ukrmetallurgprom gives forecast for October

In October 2016, Ukrainian metallurgical companies plan to produce 2.0 million tons of steel. This forecast is contained in the materials of Ukrmetallurgprom to the monthly wrap-up meeting.

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Nasalik: In case of lack of coal, it to be replaced with gas

The Ukrainian Minister of Energy and Coal Industry Igor Nasalik has seen no problem with the accumulation of coal in storages of thermal power plants of the Ukraine.

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Head of Ukrainian Ministry of Coal Industry predicts fall in energy sources prices in 2017

The Ukrainian Minister of Energy and Coal Industry Igor Nasalik believes that after 8-9 months, you can expect a decrease in the energy sources prices in the Ukraine.

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Ukrgasdobycha to purchase pipes for 500 mln grivnas from V. Pinchuk

Ukrgasdobyvannya PJSC on August 4th accepted the offer of Interpipe Ukraine on the supply of casing pipes for 565.2 mln grivnas.

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How a pipeline turns into a pumpkin - the chronic underfunding of the Ukrainian GTS.

Earlier we observed a strange modesty of "Naftogaz of Ukraine". For several years, "Naftogaz" preferred to remain silent about the volume of investments into the repair and reconstruction of its gas transportation system (GTS). Finally, after years of agonizing doubts the company posted that very data under the scattered public gaze - in the framework of the report for 2014. Let us take the trouble to focus the public eye on the most important and explain why another tube bypassing the Ukraine is necessary.

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On the results of the first 9 months, Ukrainian state-owned companies made profit in the amount of 2 billion hryvnias

In the first nine months of this year, the largest public companies in the Ukraine made the profit in the amount of about 2 billion hryvnias against $12 billion of loss in 2014, the Prime Minister of the Ukraine Arseny Yatsenyuk reported during the meeting of the National Council of Reforms on December 14.
"The Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Ukraine conducted an analysis of profitability and unprofitability of the 100 largest state-owned enterprises in the first nine months of this year. If in 2014, the net financial result without Naftogaz and Ukrzaliznytsya was "minus" $12 billion, in the first nine  months of this year, the net financial result is "plus" 2 billion hryvnias," - the Prime Minister said.

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Russia may stop supplying coal to the Ukraine as a response to Crimea

Russia may decide to terminate the supply of coal to the Ukraine in response to the energy blockade of the Crimea. This was stated by the Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak today.
"Maybe in this situation we should take a similar decision on the termination of coal supply by our commercial organizations that supply coal to Ukrainian power plants," - said the Minister.

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