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Ukrainian energy sector in transition. Opportunities for Norwegian-Ukrainian cooperation
Author: Armen Khachaturyan, Yaroslav Petrov
Source: NUCC, Asters, Schjødt

Norwegian-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce is encouraged to see all the reforms that Ukrainian energy market is going through and becoming more transparent and therefore attractive for international and Norwegian companies to invest in, for instance in renewable sector. We are indeed glad to see that Ukraine is planning to start gas production in the Black Sea which creates room for Norwegian service companies to enter Ukrainian marked with their technologies and experience from offshore industry.

On 20 August 2020, experts from Asters (Ukraine) and Schjødt (Norway) shared the latest updates regarding energy sector in Ukraine and possibilities for Norwegian companies to enter the market.

They focused on such issues as

  • Transfer of oil and gas assets: commercial and governmental perspectives (Preben Willoch and Christian Fredrik Michelet from Schjødt)
  • Online licenses auctions and production sharing agreements for onshore and offshore blocks in Ukraine
  • One year since launch of the New Electricity Market in Ukraine. Future development of the Renewable energy market and opportunities for Norwegian companies

Program:

Opening remarks (NUCC)

Oil and gas section:

Transfer of oil and gas assets: commercial and governmental perspectives (Preben Willoch and Christian Fredrik Michelet from Schjødt)

Online licenses auctions and production sharing agreements for onshore and offshore blocks in Ukraine (Armen Khachaturyan from Asters)

Q&A on oil and gas section

Renewable energy section:

One year since launch of the New Electricity Market in Ukraine. Future development of the Renewable energy market and opportunities for Norwegian companies (Yaroslav Petrov from Asters)

“The Norwegian hydrogen strategy. Is there room for international cooperation, including Ukraine?” (Torkjel Kleppo Grøndalen from Schjødt)

Q&A renewables

Summarizing and closing remarks

 

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