Ukraine: Ukrtransnafta to pump Urals oil from Odessa-Kremenchuk oil pipeline

Public joint-stock company Ukrtransnafta has made arrangements with public joint-stock company Ukrtatnafta (Kremenchuk oil refinery) on the transshipment of Urals crude oil pumped from the Odessa-Kremenchuk oil pipeline to railway tankers to transport it and pump it to the second line of the Druzhba oil pipeline, First Deputy Director General of Ukrtransnafta Andriy Pasichnyk has…

Ukraine: seaports cargo handling down in 2016

Ukraine’s seaports in 2016 handled 131.99 million tons of cargo, down by 8.9% YoY, reads a report from the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority. According to the report, transshipment of exported cargo decreased by 3.3%, to 100.395 million tons, imported cargo by 10.8%, to 16.013 million tons. Transshipment of transit freight fell by 35% and amounted…

Ukraine: gas imports down in 2016

In 2016 Ukraine reduced imports of natural gas by 32.7% YoY (by 5.376 billion cubic meters), to 11.078 billion cubic meters, according to PJSC Ukrtransgaz. In December 2016 gas imports amounted to 1.659 billion cubic meters, up 3.7 times YoY (444 million cubic meters). Imports from Slovakia last month amounted to 1.303 billion cubic meters,…

Ukraine: EU cuts wheat imports

The European Union, which ranked second in Ukraine’s wheat export structure in the 2015/2016 marketing year, imported 450 thousand tons of the Ukrainian wheat in 2016, down 3-fold YoY. According to official figures, Ukraine’s wheat exports came to 1,382.7 thousand tons in November 2016, comparable to the amount recorded for the same period last year…

Ukraine: Nibulon agricultural output up in 2016

In 2016 Nibulon increased its agricultural production volumes by 10% YoY, to 340 thousand tons, the press-service of the company declared. According to the Deputy General Director of agricultural production Kostiantyn Khmelnytskyi, early spring crops vegetation, prolonged spring with low air temperatures, rains at the end of spring and in the first half of summer,…

Ukraine: CNBM to challenge Rada’s decision in international court to cut feed-in tariff for solar power plants

China’s CNBM International Corporation is mulling the challenging of the decision of Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada to cut the feed-in tariff for large solar power plants in an international arbitration court, CNBM International Corporation Board Chairman Jinsong Zhang reported. The company said that the payback period of CNBM’s solar power plants sharply increased over the decision…

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