Since the Euro-Maidan revolution of February 2014, Ukraine has taken steps to reform its natural gas sector as a means to clamp down on corruption and guarantee access to alternative sources of supply. It has opened new trading opportunities with neighbouring European markets and has sought to align its regulations with those of the EU.
However, with a long electoral cycle opening up at the end of March and facing the prospect of losing its historical role as Europe’s main transit corridor for Russian gas from 2020, can Ukraine sustain and speed up reform?
This white paper timed to coincide with the launch of ICIS front month UA VTP and UA-Border price assessments examines the opportunities and challenges ahead.
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