THE 1st UKRAINIAN GAS FORUM THE 2nd UKRAINIAN GAS FORUM

THIRD UKRAINIAN GAS FORUM

11th-12th October 2017

The Intercontinental Hotel
Kyiv, Ukraine

Medіa Partners

American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine unites business leaders and experts from over 600 Member organizations – the biggest investors and largest multinationals operating in Ukraine which contribute greatly to the state budget and creating opportunities for people in Ukraine to realize their potential.
Striving to be the Partner of Choice and positive driver of change in business environment in Ukraine, the Chamber operates in three main directions:
-   B2G: Driving actionable dialogue between Business and Government
- B2B: Continuously creating opportunities for Business to Business Partnerships
- B2U: Promoting Ukraine internationally as an attractive investment destination
 
 Established in 1999, the European Business Association provides a forum in which members can discuss and find solutions to common problems affecting business in Ukraine. This initiative was initially supported by the European Commission and has grown to become one of the largest and most influential business communities in the country.
 

 

  ALL ABOUT NATURAL GAS: news, legislation of Ukraine, analytics, information for consumers ( Ukrainian - Russian language)

 
ICIS is the leading provider in Europe for gas and power prices and the leading provider of global LNG prices. It has been the main price benchmark service for European gas and power since the markets liberalised in the 1990s. Most of the gas sold in Europe, if it is sold on a spot index, is linked to the ICIS Heren British NBP price or Dutch TTF price.
ICIS has large  specialised gas, power and LNG teams located in several offices across the globe that produce 14 publications covering gas hubs, global LNG, power, carbon and coal. ICIS also offers the world’s longest price history database for European markets and global LNG trade.
 

The European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET) promotes competition, transparency and open access in the European energy sector. We do this by:
* Working to improve the functionality and design of European gas, electricity and associated markets for the benefit of the overall economy, society and especially end consumers.
* Developing and maintaining standard wholesale supply contracts and standardising related transaction and business processes.
* Facilitating debate amongst TSOs, regulators, policy makers, traders and others about the future of the European energy market.
We represent more than 100 member companies, active in over 27 European countries.