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“Coal compromise” reached in Germany

February 12, 2019 (06:08)

On January 25, 2019, the so-called “coal compromise” was reached  in Germany between representatives of government institutions, political forces, business and non-governmental organizations. It became a precedent  of an integrated approach in addressing complex political, economic and social issues surrounding the closure of the coal industry in Germany, as a result of commitments under the Paris Climate Agreement and the requirements of European legislation for reducing CO2 emissions.

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Scandinavian trading platform, the Nord Pool, is divided into a company that combines electric power markets and a company-operator of the electricity exchange

January 24, 2019 (06:50)

Scandinavian trading platform, the Nord Pool, is divided into a company that combines electric power markets and a company-operator of the electricity exchange. This is done in order to increase its own competitive advantage and avoid conflicts of interest. The company’s management believes that in the coming years such a process will take place on all European exchanges of electric power industry.

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Sweden started registering the owners of the hydroelectricity facilities to implement the new law on water resources and hydropower

On January 14th, 2019, Sweden started registering the owners of the hydroelectricity facilities to implement a comprehensive assessment of the impact of this sector on the environment and ensure the preconditions for the implementation of the provisions of the new law on water resources and hydropower.

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Prospects for the further development of coal mining industry of the Russian Federation

Due to the competitiveness of Russian coal, further growth of exports of coal from Russia is possible, mainly in view of increased supplies to China, India and South Korea. The Russian coal industry demonstrates resistance to the regime of international sanctions and continues to increase its exports of coal. The total annual revenues of enterprises in the industry are estimated at 14 billion USD. The main deterrent of its intensive development is the technological gap of the industry, lack of capacity of the railway and port infrastructure, and lack of investments in the development of industry.

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Prospects for increasing Norwegian gas imports and Poland’s own gas production

November 9, 2018 (12:59)

Jacek Czaputowicz, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Poland, addressing the “Foreign Policy of Poland 2018” conference in Warsaw on October 6, 2018, said that the year of 2022 should become the key moment to Poland’s full energy independence.

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The issues of the branch in figures in the case of PJSC KYIVOBLGAS

November 2, 2018 (05:07)

At current tariffs for gas distribution, the level of wages in gas companies is by one third lower than that of industry in general, and it lags behind the average wage in the energy sector by 50%. Wage costs constitute only 30,2% of tariff revenues.  

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ESG guideline for Pension Funds

September 10, 2018 (03:45)

More than 80 international private pension supervisors are to receive guidance on the application of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in the supervision of pension fund investment.

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Tomorrow’s hydrogen car

September 9, 2018 (03:03)

Replacing gasoline and diesel with hydrogen is one of the answers to reducing CO2 emissions. The goal of the EU-backed H2ME Project is to help develop this technology. The mix of the future vehicle will be between battery and hydrogen, and you can already see that there are battery-hydrogen hybrids on the road. We need to compete first and foremost against the fossil technologies.

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Energy Community prepares for implementation of network code on harmonised transmission tariff structures for gas

September 6, 2018 (02:04)

Energy Community prepares for implementation of network code on harmonised transmission tariff structures for gas

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