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Tetiana Mylenka spoke at the VI Ukrainian Gas Forum

On 27-28 October 2020, the VI Ukrainian Gas Forum - Eastern European Gas Congress took place in Kyiv. Tetiana Mylenka, LL.M, Counsel at Hillmont Partners and Head of the Energy Practice, joined the panel of the esteemed speakers of the event. During the panel session “Midstream. International Pipelines”, Tetiana addressed the peculiarities of unbundling in the gas sector in Ukraine, the lengthy process to which she was intensively engaged in her capacity of the legal team leader of JSC Main Gas Pipelines of Ukraine.

Tetiana Mylenka spoke on radio about the current situation on the green energy market in Ukraine

On October 14, at the invitation of radio presenter Andrii Kulikov, Tetiana Mylenka, Counsel and Head of the Energy Practice at Hillmont Partners, spoke on radio about the current situation on the green energy market in Ukraine, as well as prospects for foreign investors to submit arbitration claims against Ukraine in connection with the introduction of retrospectively reduced tariffs for electricity generated from renewable energy sources and systemic non-payment / delay in payment for electricity supplied by Guaranteed Buyer.

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An exciting new era in British-Ukrainian relations

20 October 2020 The article is published in Kyivpost It seems fitting after Ukrainian Cossacks Day to recall the legend of one Cossack, Hetman Pavlo Polubotok, who made waves in Ukrainian-British international relations nearly three centuries ago. Legend has it that Pavlo Polubotok, suspecting his arrest under Tsar Peter I of Russia, deposited 200,000 gold coins in the Bank of England in or around 1723 and gifted (most of) them to a future independent Ukraine. With interest that deposit would be worth GBP 40 billion today. The recently signed UK-Ukraine Political, Free Trade and Strategic Partnership Agreement (PFTSPA) is perhaps a first step towards recovering this lost fortune.

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Ukrainian Energy Regulator Introduces Incentive Pricing for DSOs

On 26 August 2020, the National Energy and Utility Regulatory Commission (“NEURC”) finally approved a new methodology for incentive pricing (regulatory asset base regulation) for distribution system operators (“DSOs”). At present, Ukraine uses the cost-plus-tariff setting system for DSOs, which leads to negative consequences for the state of power networks.

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