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Gas Markets of EU and Ukraine: Modern State and Prospects of Development

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  • Kasich Alla A.

    () (Kremenchuk Mykhailo Ostrohradskyi National University)

  • Yakovenko Yaroslava Yu.

    () (Kremenchuk Mykhailo Ostrohradskyi National University)

Abstract

The goal of the article is to study the modern state and tendencies of development of gas sectors of EU and Ukraine and to reveal problems of the domestic energy sector. The article analyses changes in the world gas sector. It considers the European system of energy provision. It focuses on the study of the state of the gas market of EU by basic indicators, sources of gas supplies and regulatory foundations of functioning. It analyses problems of diversification of supply of natural gas into European countries. It grounds the role of Ukraine as the main transitor of natural gas. On the basis of the study it identifies directions of increase of potential of the gas industry of Ukraine. It marks interest of Ukraine and EU in activation of development of energy policy of Ukraine. It underlines main problems that arise before Ukraine on the way of joining the common energy market of EU. It provides instruments of solution of provision of effective functioning of the gas transportation system of Ukraine.

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  • Kasich Alla A. & Yakovenko Yaroslava Yu., 2013. "Gas Markets of EU and Ukraine: Modern State and Prospects of Development," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 9, pages 8-15.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:9:p:8_15
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