Tetiana Mylenka

Tetiana Mylenka

Counsel

Tetiana is the Head of the Energy practice. She advises on M&A and corporate, competition law, commercial law and regulatory matters in oil and gas, mineral resources, conventional and renewable power generation projects.

Tetiana’s recent project work includes consulting of foreign investors in the renewable energy sector of Ukraine regarding legal remedies for protecting their rights, including through investment and commercial arbitration, advising the holding company of the gas TSO on corporate governance matters, certification requirements under the Third Energy Package, representing a large foreign investor in negotiations between the Government of Ukraine and investors in the renewable energy sector of Ukraine (regarding FiT restructuring), advisory on corporate PPAs, etc.

Tetiana is a member of the working group on improvement of legislative regulation in energy sector, external advisor to supervisory and executive board members of strategic enterprises, aide-consultant of a Member of the Parliament, co-author of several draft laws in electricity and gas sectors, and an author of a number of articles and publications (e.g., chapter on Ukraine in the book by the American Bar Association “Financing Renewable Energy Projects: A Global Analysis and Review of Related Power Purchase Agreements”).

Professional experience

Tetiana has over fifteen years of professional experience. Prior to joining Hillmont Partners she was head of the legal department at the state-owned company JSC Main Gas Pipelines of Ukraine in addition to serving as an expert at the Energy Community Secretariat and previously worked as a senior lawyer at renowned international law and consultancy firms (Deloitte, CMS). Tetiana is a member of the working group on improvement of legislative regulation in energy sector, external advisor to supervisory and executive board members of strategic enterprises, aide-consultant of a Member of the Parliament, co-author of several draft laws in electricity and gas sectors, and an author of a number of articles and publications (e.g., chapter on Ukraine in the book by the American Bar Association “Financing Renewable Energy Projects: A Global Analysis and Review of Related Power Purchase Agreements”).

Education

  • King’s College London, Executive LL.M in Competition Law;
  • Koretsky Institute of State and Law of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Postgraduate Research Study;
  • Institute of Law and Economics at Kyiv National Linguistic University, Master of Laws;
  • Bar Admission.Ukraine, 2020.