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
Founded in 1997, Energobusiness is a weekly magazine about fuel and energy. It contains:
- energy events of the week in Ukraine and overseas;
- on-line information, industry surveys and reviews, expert comments;
- exclusive information about the volumes of coal production and supply;
- production statistics and energy carriers’ prices;
- resolutions passed by National Energy Regulation Commission (about tariffs, licenses etc.);
- legislative and normative acts.
A daily electronic appendix Energobusiness-news is rapid information for 11.00 current day including:
- daily news reports of fuel and energy;
- daily statistics and prices (including oil and oil products in Europe).
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.
The British Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce (“BUCC”) brings together British, Ukrainian and International companies and individuals doing business in Ukraine or the UK, including in the City of London, the financial capital of Europe, Kyiv and Lviv, as well as the US, Middle-East and Asia. The BUCC is a Founding Member of the International Council of Business Associations and Chambers in Ukraine.
Kosatka.Media is an information hub about Ukrainian energy sector and main world trends in the sphere. Our source helps you to focus on energy issues only.
Our main goal is to cover relevant information and news in the energy sector quickly and independently.
Along with covering relevant news we create analytical materials describing comprehensively the energy sector situation and dynamics in figures, which are easy to access on the website.
To exclude the opportunity to miss important news and to save your time, Kosatka.Media has created podcasts. Now you can listen to energy news, not only read them!
Kosatka.Media is the whole energy sector in one click.
Project Cargo Network (PCN) is an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified organisation established to provide a networking platform for the world’s top heavy lift and project cargo specialists. Members work for many sectors including oil and gas, pulp and paper, automotive, construction, power and energy, as well as aid cargo. The fast-growing organisation comprises of 235+ specialists in 105+ countries
– NßN offers a free marketing platform focused on the emerging markets.
– NßN studies the business trends and provide online expertise to save your time and marketing costs.
– NßN spreads the information in English, Chinese, and Arabic
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) contribute up to 45% of total employment and up to 33% of national income (GDP) in emerging economies. But SMEs face unique challenges: 3 out of 5 businesses fail within the first few months of operation. Causes to the failure include limited market access, limited access to information, finances and technology, and unfavorable policy and regulatory environment.
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