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Offshore wind farm commissioned in Ukraine, despite armed conflict

The Tyligulska wind farm, being built amid the armed conflict in Ukraine, has officially been commissioned, the largest Ukrainian private energy company DTEK confirmed on Monday.

Naftogaz launches production well of 580,000 cubic metres of gas per day

Ukrgasvydobuvannya (Naftogaz Group) has launched a new production well with a depth of 5,800 metres and current production rate of 580,000 cubic metres of gas per day.

Latest security update on Zaporizhzhia NPP

The Ukrainian Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant lost all external power for several hours on Monday morning, Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi of the IAEA confirmed yesterday.

Norway’s Equinor supplies methanol to Naftogaz for stable gas production

Equinor has supplied 2,000 tons of methanol to Ukrgasvydobuvannya, a subsidiary of the Ukrainian state-owned energy company, Naftogaz Group.

Zaporizhia NPP: continued lack of maintenance personnel on-site ‘not sustainable,’ IAEA says

Zaporizhia NPP still has enough essential staff for its current reduced level of operations, however, the continued lack of maintenance personnel on-site could "negatively impact nuclear safety and security" and is "not sustainable," Director General of IAEA said.

Ukraine ‘ready’ to accelerate deregulation and transparency of oil and gas industry, Ministers says

Ukraine's Ministry of Energy is "ready" to accelerate deregulation and increase transparency of the oil and gas and critical raw materials sectors to attract investments, said Farid Safarov and Mykola Kolisnyk.

G7-backed Ukraine Investment Platform launched in Tokyo

A new Ukraine Investment Platform has been launched, following an agreement between development finance institutions of the G7 countries and the EBRD in Tokyo on Friday.

Ukraine Energy Support Fund progressing at ‘fast pace,’ Energy Community says

Around 3.6 million euros of international donations from the Ukraine Energy Support Fund was spent on critical energy infrastructure repairs in the first quarter of 2023.

Ukrenergo modernises power Ukraine-Poland transmission line

Ukrenergo and PSE have completed the modernisation of a transmission line connecting both countries.

Evacuation from Zaporizhzhia NPP – what we know thus far

Amid speculation of a Ukrainian counteroffensive, several reports have emerged regarding an evacuation of residents from the town of Enerhodar, home to staff from the Zaporizhzhia NPP.

Naftogaz increases gas production rate, as USAID pledges 25 mln US dollars to Ukraine aid fund

Naftogaz's Ukrgasvydobuvannya has launched two production wells at one of the largest fields in Ukraine.

Energy Community Secretariat and NEURC address Ukraine’s electricity export halt

Energy Community Secretariat's Director and Deputy Director Director held a meeting with the Chairman of NEURC to discuss the recent halt in electricity exports from Ukraine to Slovakia.

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