June 2020, Vol. 247, No. 6

Features

Ukraine’s Big Bet: Upgrading, Expanding Gas Transmission Networks

By Gordon Feller, Eurasia Correspondent The World Bank will spend $250 million to improve the efficiency of Ukraine’s Gas Transmission System Operator (GTSO). One key goal of this ambitious project is “to strengthen its technical and institutional capacity.”  A worker at a gas extracting plant near Poltava, Ukraine The project, officially known as “The Modernization of Gas Transmission System Project,” will cost a total of $260.63 million. Of that total, $60.63 million is provided by Ukraine’s national government, via the national Ministry of Finance. The GTSO is Mahistralni Gazoprovody Ukrainy, also known as the Main Gas Pipelines of

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