Ukraine has 18 months to sign a contract with an international company to help manage the nation’s gas transportation system
Monday, May 28, 2018

Ukraine has 18 months to sign a contract with an international company to help manage the nation’s gas transportation system

Ukraine has 18 months to sign a contract with an international company to help manage the nation’s gas transportation system, Andriy Kobolev, chairman of Naftogaz, said in Brussels on Friday. Before Ukraine’s gas transit contract with Gazprom expires in January 2020, Kyiv wants to have a successor company in place. Also in Brussels on Friday, Prime Minister Groysman said a public tender should be held as soon as possible. So far, 10 foreign companies have registered interest: Eustream (Slovakia), Snam (Italy), Gazunie (Holland), GRTgaz (France), GAZsystem (Poland), Desfa (Greece), Reganosa (Spain), Verbunddnelz Gaz AG (Germany), Fluxys (Belgium), and Transgaz (Romania).

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