The Cabinet of Ministers transferred shares of five regional gas companies to Naftogaz
The Cabinet of Ministers instructed Chornomornaftogaz, the Ministry of Energy and the NEURC to take measures aimed at preventing the risk of failure and interruption of the operation of assets, which could lead to emergencies.
Today, February 17, the Cabinet of Ministers agreed on the transfer of a number of gas distribution operators to NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine to prevent the risk of an emergency in the energy sector. This was announced by the representative of the government in the Verkhovna Rada Taras Melnichuk.
The Cabinet of Ministers supported the proposal of the National Agency for the Identification, Search and Management of Assets Obtained from Corruption and Other Crimes and the joint-stock company National Joint-Stock Company Naftogaz of Ukraine to transfer to the management of the State Joint-Stock Company Chornomornaftogaz a number of assets that were seized in a criminal production.
The Cabinet of Ministers also instructed Chornomornaftogaz, the Ministry of Energy and the NEURC to take all effective measures in accordance with the law aimed at preventing the risk of failure and (or) interruption of the operation of assets, which could lead to emergencies.
According to the BC, by the decision of the Pechersky District Court of Kyiv, 61% of the shares of Ternopolgaz arrested at the request of the State Bureau of Investigation were transferred to the management of ARMA; 81.36% stake in Korostyshevgaz; 32.9% stake in Kirovogradgaz; 14.68% of the shares of Khmelnytskygaz; 65.77% of the shares of Melitopolgaz; one share each of a number of other timing operators. A controlling stake in Kirovogradgaz is already owned by Naftogaz.
Earlier it was reported that the head of Naftogaz discussed with the IMF mission the reform of corporate governance.
Recall, on January 24, the Cabinet of Ministers appointed members of the Supervisory Board of Naftogaz. Among them – two from the state, four – independent. The appointment of the Supervisory Board of Naftogaz until the end of January was one of the five “beacons” of the IMF monitoring program, as well as one of the conditions for Ukraine to receive 18 billion euros from the EU in 2023.
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