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Benchmarks

Level of independence of distribution system operators

NJSC restructuring plan aiming to unbundle natural gas transmission and storage (injection, withdrawal) functions

Para. 1,3,5 are completed; para. 2 is underway (MGU Supervisory Board),4 (list of assets and transfer plan to the MGU), 13 (underground storage facilities analysis). Other paragraphs are outstanding so far

Number of documented discriminating violations by the operators224

50225

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Market openness 5a

224

Share of market with nonregulated Prices or no restrictions under special obligations

Planned priorities: 7 out of 18 operators (mostly unprofitable nonprofile units), 1 out of 11 sales (barring vendor change) 33.5 (MECI data: total consumption for 2017 –

0: no independence in practice, full vertical integration 1–30: preparatory phase completed (p. 1–5, 8 of the plan) 31–50: RA drafted and approved (p. 6 of the plan) 51–70: assets transferred, TSO certified (p. 7, 9 of the plan) 71–90: gas storage facilities unbundled (p. 10–15 of the plan) 91–100: independence of both operators has been confirmed by a respective certificate and compliance reports to be prepared by the NEURC 0 to 100 points Point = share of violating operators in the total number of checked operators 0: 90–100% 1–20: 75–90% 21–40: 50–75% 41–60: 25–50% 61–80: 10–25% 81–100: 0–10% 0 to 100 points Point = share of open market

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According to the NEPURC’s data on the results of state control measures, in particular data on the events of granting privileges to any procuring entity or gas supplying company when awarding contracts for gas transmission via distribution pipelines, events of direct or indirect impeding or undermining the natural gas supply activities of gas supplying companies and other events of abusing of monopoly power. 225 http://www.nerc.gov.ua/?id=19318

Energy Reforms: December 2017 review  

The project “Enhancing impact of civil society in monitoring and policy dialogue on energy and related sectors’ reforms in line with the Ass...

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