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Ukraine's gas network operator Ukrtransgaz opens an underground gas storage customs warehouse

13.06.2017 News

Local and international gas traders can store gasin Ukraine’s underground storage facilities without customs clearance for over 1,000 days

Swedish Court Sides With Ukraine In Gas Dispute With Russia In Preliminary Rulings

05.06.2017 RADIOLIBERTY

A Stockholm arbitration court has sided with Ukraine in three preliminary rulings in a long-running dispute between Moscow and Kyiv over natural gas

Ukraine’s Naftogaz says it won Stockholm court case against Gazprom

02.06.2017 EURACTIV

Ukraine’s Naftogaz said yesterday (31 May) an arbitration court in Stockholm had ruled in its favour in a dispute with Gazprom over take-or-pay gas contracts, although the Russian firm said the ruling was an interim stage in the court process

Ukraine wins three crucial Russian gas dispute rulings

01.06.2017 YAHOONEWS

Kiev (AFP) - Ukraine's state energy company said on Wednesday it had won three crucial preliminary rulings in a Stockholm court over multi-billion-dollar claims Moscow and Kiev have against each in a bitter gas dispute

Deciphering Gazprom’s pipeline agenda in Europe

15.03.2017 EURACTIV

The European Commission’s efforts to integrate the EU internal market and diversify the gas supply away from a single supplier along the Central European model have started to pay off

Ukraine starts pumping gas into underground inventories

13.03.2017 INTERFAX-UKRAINE

Ukraine from March 9, 2017 finished pumping natural gas from underground storage facilities and started pumping gas into them

RFE/RL: EU Commissioner says Gazprom appears set to comply with antitrust rules

13.03.2017 UNIAN

EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager says Russia's state-run gas giant Gazprom appears ready to comply with European Union rules in order to end a five-year antitrust case and avoid fines, according to Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty (RFE/RL)

 

CEO of Ukraine's Naftogaz: Nord Stream-2 poses risk to Europe in the long-term

30.01.2017 Reuters

The chief executive of Ukrainian state energy firm Naftogaz on Friday said the European Union should block the Russia-led Nord Stream-2 gas project as it would give the Kremlin geopolitical and financial leverage over Germany, Poland and Slovakia

Is there, in the European Union, a common gas future with Ukraine?

03.01.2017 CEEP

The European Commission’s decision to grant additional access to Gazprom for the use of the southern branch of the Russian gas pipeline Nord Stream – OPAL, has met with serious concerns in Ukraine

Ukraine Court Whacks Russia's Gazprom With Mega Lawsuit

07.12.2016 FORBES

Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the foreground. Gazprom just got served a $6.8 billion legal claim by the Ukrainian government