Gas prices for Ukrainian households rise 23% starting November 1, 2018

The Cabinet of Minister of Ukraine passed a decision to increase natural gas prices for Ukrainian households by 23%. This was announce by Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman at the extraordinary plenary session of the Ukrainian government, as reported by Liga news agency.

Mr. Groysman noted, that IMF recommended 60% increase in the price, still the recommendations were alleviated. “ Starting November 1, 2018 there will be an increase in price, but only by 23.5 %”, stated the Prime Minister. This means that Ukrainian households will be charged UAH 8,600 including VAT per 1,000 m3 of natural gas being supplied.

Earlier, at the beginning of March 2018, the Cabinet of Minsters of Ukraine and IMF agreed to gradually increase the price of natural gas for household consumers until 2020, scheduling such increases for December 2018 (+25 %) and for 1Q of 2019 (+15%).

18:20 / 19 October 2018

Upcoming events
09:00 / 23 September, 2021
09:00 / 20 May, 2021
08:00 / 26 September, 2019
ODESA OFFSHORE CONFERENCE-2019 Ukraine has every chance to resume the work of the most promising oil and gas region, the Southern oil&gas fields. The untapped deposits of oil and gas are located both onshore and subsea. Four companies have already poised to conclude Production Sharing Agreements with Ukraine, whilst bidding for the Dolphin oil&gas fields on Black Sea shelf. The Odesa Offshore Conference (OOC2019) will serve as a venue for Ukrainian and international bidders to meet with local and international drilling, oilfield service and equipment manufacturers to kick-off emerging subsea and onshore projects in Ukraine.
All events