- Ukraine: The Good, The Bad, and The Irreversible
- Nataliya Katser-Buchkovska: The independence of the energy regulator is a way to combat a corruption
- Wojciech Jakóbik: The gas agreement will backfire at Europeans
The Member of the Ukrainian Parliament, Deputy Head of the Energy and Fuel Parliament Committee Olga Bielkova put together an overview of the situation in Ukraine to highlight some progress and analyze some ways to improve it.
The Ukrainian Parliament and Government have made the first important steps but one of the most significant reforms – a new law to create an independent energy regulator – is still missing.
We did not wait long until Gazprom started to manipulate the terms of the gas agreement between the European Commission, Ukraine and Russia, which was to guarantee the safety of Europe's gas supplies this winter. Contrary to the opinions of Brussels, the agreement was signed at the expense of Ukraine. It is a Gas Yalta, which will backfire at Europeans. This opinion was expressed Wojciech Jakóbik, an energy analyst at Jagiellonian Institute and editor-in-chief of economic portal biznesalert.pl.
- Five EU Member State regulators confirm application of Third Package network codes on borders to Energy Community Contracting Parties
- EU’s Energy Vice president Maros Sefcovic worries less about Gazprom than in the past
- Exxon Set for Early Victory as Congress to Rescind Payments Rule
- Weekly analytical report: March 13-19, 2017
In this issue: - What would force operators of TPPs to find viable ways to diversify supplies of deficit coal? - Do the real impact of OPEC efforts to control oil production? - What would allow to streamline the investors’ activity in the gas market?