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2019-11-06 12:50:00

UKRAINE NEED RUSSIA'S $12 BLN

UKRAINE NEED RUSSIA'S $12 BLN

PLATTS - With just eight weeks until the controversial gas agreement between Russia's Gazprom and Ukraine's Naftogaz expires, the legal quagmire surrounding the contract is becoming yet more complex.

Naftogaz has now filed a brand new claim to the Stockholm court of arbitration over the 10-year deal, seeking $12 billion in compensation from Gazprom for its refusal to accept market-based gas transit tariffs in 2018 and 2019.

The lawsuit was in response to Gazprom's own new claim from July this year seeking about $6 billion from Naftogaz for…

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