IMF lowers forecast to “no growth” in Ukraine in 2013
The Energy Community Secretariat initiates a case on Ukrainian capacity allocation auction rules
Gazprom fines Naftogaz $7bn under take-or-pay clause
Gazprom has issued a fine to Ukraine's Naftogaz amounting to $7bn under the take-or-pay clause of the currently active gas supply contract, the Financial Times reported on Saturday, 26 January.
Record $232 billion upstream M&A spend in 2012 says Wood Mackenzie
2012 was another record year for upstream M&A activity totalling $232 billion of spend according to Wood Mackenzie’s annual M&A review.
Will President's vows for more conformity with Customs Union allow him to negotiate a lower gas price for Ukraine?
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych said in a Dec. 14 video-recorded address to parliament that Ukraine will gradually adopt the rules of the Moscow-led Customs Union, which he stressed is an enormous market for Ukrainian goods.
Parliament reappoints Azarov as Ukraine PM
Ukraine’s parliament voted on Dec. 13 to approve the nomination of Mykola Azarov of the Party of Regions to return as prime minister, drawing the support of 252 MPs.
Ukraine mulling Russia gas deal to secure IMF loan
S&P cuts Ukraine rating to B, keeps negative outlook
The rating agency Standard & Poor’s cut Ukraine’s sovereign rating by one notch to B, citing significant external financing needs in 2013 and uncertain prospects for securing F/X funding to finance them.
Ukraine's LNG Fiasco. Whatever happens - blame the Russians!
Official implies Russians interfering with Ukrainian gas market
Ukrainian Energy Forum
Shale Gas Seminar – 25th February 2013 Main Oil & Gas Forum – 26th & 27th February 2013 Renewables Focus Day – 28th February 2013