Ukrainian Oil & Gas Association

Ukrainian Oil & Gas Association is the industry association representing the interests of the largest players in the oil and gas market. It was created in 2010 as “Union of the Ukrainian Petroleum Product Market Operators” Association. The organisation was renamed in 2017.

Our main objectives are:

  • Constructive dialogue with the government and society,
  • Fair market competition,
  • High professional business reputation,
  • Striving to improve the oil products quality,
  • Clearing the market from shady schemes.


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Ukrainian Oil & Gas Association

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participants
OKKO
Shell
WOG
KLO
Parallel
БНК
SunOil
AMIC Украина
SOCAR
ПАО «Укргаздобыча»

activity

events

Planned business meetings and events of Association participants.

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personal account

Association participants can access the personal account after approval by the moderator.

news

07.03.2018
WOG – the best coffee-stop in Kiev according to Nielsen

The WOG gas station network became the leader among the networks of gas stations in the coffee category in 2017, the WOG press service said, referring to the Nielsen marketing research. According to the results of the survey, 63% of buyers noted that “coffee at WOG filling stations is the most delicious”.

07.03.2018
Glusco demonstrates growth in retail sales in 2018

The sales of oil products in retail at the filling stations of the Glusco network in 2018 grew by 7% in January and by 15% in February compared to the same periods in 2017. Sales of goods in the market at filling stations in monetary terms also increased by 15% in the first two months of 2018 compared to January and February 2017, according to the press center of Glusco.

06.03.2018
The Verkhovna Rada adopted a bill on liberalization in the sphere of oil and gas production

On March 1, 2018, 256 deputies of the Verkhovna Rada voted “For” the adoption in the second reading of bill No. 3096-d on deregulation of permits for oil and gas production. The bill implies the use of the servitude mechanism for the construction of oil and gas production facilities and pipeline transport without changing the purpose of land.