Russia, Ukraine Oil and Gas
Supplies of gas to Europe via the Ukraine will fall from 2020 after the launch of a new pipeline through the Baltic Sea, although they won’t completely stop.
The Antimonopoly Committee of the Ukraine demanded to seize the property of Gazprom for more than $ 6 billion.
From the moment of worsening of relationships between Kiev and Moscow the shipment of Russian oil and oil products to the Ukraine has fallen by 4 times.
As it has been turned out, Ukrainian businessman Sergei Kurchenko can become a monopoly supplier of Russian liquefied petroleum gas to the Ukraine.
Naftogaz Ukrainy has stated that the savings from the planned purchases of gas from Europe in May amounted to at least $21 million.
Petitions for payment for the loss of shares in Ukrtatnafta were filed in London and Moscow.
European consumers have paid billions of euro for the transportation of gas through the Ukraine, but the funds weren’t spent to modernize the pipelines.
"Tatneft" requests to recover $ 144 million from the Ukraine for the capture of the Kremenchug refinery by Kolomoysk and Bogolyubov.Edited by Rhod Mackenzie / 2017-04-04 07:22:33
PJSC Tatneft filed an application to the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia to enforce the arbitration award of July 29, 2014, according to which Ukraine is obliged to pay $ 144 mi
The company is trying to recover $ 144 million from Kiev for the loss of a stake in the Kremenchug refinery.
Denmark has begun to study the request of the participants of the Nord Stream-2 consortium for permission to construct a section of the gas pipeline along the bottom of the Baltic Sea in its territ