Ukraine’s Oil and Gas Industry is Open for Investment!

  • an incentive rental rate for natural gas, oil and condensate within five years of the start of well drilling — but the size of the incentive rate is currently unknown;
  • rent rates for oil and condensate of 12% and 6% (compared to the current rates of 31% for oil and condensate production at depths up to 5000 meters, and 16% — at depths over 5000 meters, respectively); and
  • rents for unconventional hydrocarbon deposits not exceeding 2%.

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