Thirteen foreign companies have applied for land permits; EBRD concerned about radiation levels, safety of projects
Danes deliver turbines, Turks and French invest millions in new plants
New York-based executive search company sees Ukraine as a growth market in 2017
With more foreign players, a trade publication launches
Power outages follows hacker attacks on government ministry sites, railroad
Dutch company Yuzgaz BV sued the Cabinet of Ministers and Ministry of Energy of Ukraine last week for their refusal to approve a PSA. The firm made the highest bid last summer to develop Ukraine’s largest known shale reserve.
Bloomberg: Gas price and debt disputes between Ukraine and Russia keep gas talks from making headway.
The AMCU's investigation of Gazprom has led to a $6.5 Billion fine from the Commercial Court of Kyiv
Foreign investors embark on over $1 billion in projects designed to double Ukraine’s wind generating capacity by 2020 including the second largest windfarm in Europe
Foreign investors are to be able to bid to operate the main heating and power plants for Kyiv, a city with a population on a par with Chicago or Toronto