Swiss trader In Ukraine politicized gas market

Швейцарский трейдер: В Украине политизирован рынок газа

Proton Energy announces registered information campaign against her.

The Swiss company Proton Energy Group S. A. announces customized information campaign against her and about the politicization of the Ukrainian fuel market. About it reports RBC-Ukraine with reference to the press service of the company.

In Proton Energy note that supply liquefied natural gas to Ukraine and provide Ukrainian market with the most competitive prices. “The company expresses concern about excessive politicization and lack of transparency of the Ukrainian fuel market. Over the past months against the us began a customized media campaign that harm in the first place for Ukrainian consumers, as evidenced by the price changes in the retail market”, – stated in the message.

The company stressed that ensures a stable supply to Ukraine fuel contracted by the leading Ukrainian operators (WOG, OKKO, youth Union, CLO, GLUSCO). And Feb 2017 selling wholesale price of liquefied natural gas under long-term contracts was changed in the fluctuation range of the conventional index ANSI, “that is caused primarily by a seasonal increase in consumption and planned maintenance at oil refineries of Russia and Belarus, respectively, there is a temporary rise of prices in Europe and the black sea region by 10-15%”.

“In August 2017, Proton Energy Group delivers liquefied natural gas to Ukrainian contractors average $ 635. Dollars per ton, while the domestic market began to consume liquefied natural gas at a wholesale cost of over $ 1100. Dollars per ton”, – stated in the text.

The company said that support for healthy competition and called “stop dirty media campaign, which hurt ordinary consumers.”

Recall that in recent weeks the price of LPG in large networks in Kiev has grown on average by 5 UAH/l and exceeded the mark of 16.5 UAH/liter.

Proton Energy Group is an international energy company with headquarters in Switzerland. Supplies to the countries of the black sea and Mediterranean basins, North Africa, Asia and the Americas on the basis of long-term contracts with leading world suppliers of petroleum products, petrochemistry, oil and liquefied natural gas.

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