2022 Ukraine Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Forecast Report with detailed analysis of how the dispute is affecting the sector – ResearchAndMarkets.com


DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Oil and Gas Industry in Ukraine – Forecast and Analysis 2022” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The report provides an in-depth analysis of Ukraine’s oil and gas industry in its Ukraine Oil and Gas Industry Research Report – Forecast and Analysis 2022, keeping in mind the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

Ukrainian oil and gas is a strategically important industry for the government, which has done everything to gain independence from foreign oil and gas imports. The Russian invasion of Ukraine began on February 24, 2022, with the attack launched from multiple directions. In the weeks following the start of the war, it is estimated that nearly three million citizens fled the country, and there was also massive destruction of infrastructure in Ukraine.

There is no doubt that this conflict not only has, but will also have profound implications for the entire European energy sector, given that Russia accounts for nearly 40% of Europe’s natural gas supply in 2021. , a third of which passes through Ukraine’s pipeline network and 25% of Europe’s oil supply.

At the same time, the COVID-19 pandemic hit Ukraine particularly hard in the fourth quarter of 2020, with the number of cases increasing significantly. With a raging pandemic, the Ukrainian economy also contracted by 5.5% in 2020, although the economy was expected to rebound by the end of 2021. The pandemic COVID-19 continued to affect the Ukrainian oil and gas industry from the demand side, as the nationwide lockdown and recession impacted fuel consumption across all sectors.

At the same time, as gas flows through Ukraine to Europe continue uninterrupted for now, the risks are considerable, not only because of the Russian threat to cut off supplies, but also because of damage to infrastructure. In fact, Naftogaz, Ukraine’s state-owned energy company, has already reported several cases of damage to the domestic gas pipeline network since the start of the war.

In view of this, it is natural to expect a sharp drop in oil and gas consumption in 2022 due to this conflict. On this basis, the short and long-term forecasts have been revised, as we expect a contraction in refined fuel consumption of more than 20%, with a similar reduction likely in gas consumption also by the end of 2022.

The report covers the following data:

  • A detailed analysis of how the Ukraine-Russia conflict affects the Ukrainian oil and gas sector.

  • In-depth coverage of Ukraine’s energy industry by sectors (power, coal, heat transmission and distribution), petroleum, natural gas).

  • The market structure of these segments, energy interconnections and regional energy markets, the regulatory landscape, energy efficiency and energy security in Ukraine are examined. We also examine the reliability of the Ukrainian energy sector and the government’s emergency response policies.

  • To understand the situation of the Ukrainian oil and gas industry, it is essential to examine the oil and gas sector of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEECs). The report includes an overview of the CEE oil and gas industry, including forecasts to 2031.

  • A strategic analysis of Porter’s Five Forces on the European oil and gas industry is included, which examines the bargaining power of buyers and suppliers, competitive rivalry in the industry, and the threat of new entrants and oil substitution. industry.

  • As far as the analysis of the oil and gas industry in Ukraine is concerned, the report includes statistics from 2018 to 2031. An overview of the industry is followed by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the industry Ukrainian oil and gas industry. Upstream exploration, as well as a comprehensive overview of 2019 licensing rounds and major upstream projects, are included. Refining capacity, refined fuels market and oil trade statistics are all included.

  • Data on upstream gas production and consumption, shale gas market and gas trade statistics are also included in the report.

  • We take a close look at Ukraine’s regulatory framework governing the oil and gas industry, followed by a SWOT analysis of the sector.

  • Ukraine is often plagued by an aging infrastructure in the oil and gas industry, and we devote a section to exploring the oil and gas infrastructure in Ukraine through oil refineries, oil and gas pipelines.

  • The competition in the sector, as well as an in-depth analysis of the major player, Naftogaz Ukrainy, are included.

Main topics covered:

A. Executive Summary

B. Definition of industry

C. Energy industry in Ukraine

C.1 Overview of resources

C.2 Infrastructure and investment in the energy sector

C.2.1 Electricity

C.2.2 Coal

C.2.3 Heat transmission and distribution

C.2.4 Oil

C.2.5 Natural gas

C.2.6 Importance of cross-border infrastructure

C.3 Market structure

C.3.1 Electricity

C.3.2 Coal

C.3.3 Oil and natural gas

C.3.4 Nuclear

C.3.5 Large hydroelectricity and renewable energies

C.4 Energy interconnections and regional energy markets

C.5 Regulatory landscape

C.6 Energy security in Ukraine

C.7 Energy efficiency in Ukraine

C.8 Fuel change in Ukraine

C.9 Reliability of the energy sector

C.10 Energy research and development

C.11 Emergency response policies

D. Oil and Gas in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)

D.1 Overview

D.2 Oil production

D.3 Refining capacity

D.4 Consumption of refined products

D.5 Gas production and consumption

E. Oil and gas industry in Europe: analysis of Porter’s five forces

E.1 Presentation

E.2 Bargaining power of the buyer

E.3 Bargaining power of suppliers

E.4 Competitive Rivalry in Industry

E.5 Threat of new entrants

E.6 Threat of industrial substitution

F. Oil and gas industry in Ukraine

F.1 Industry Overview

F.2 Impact of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict on the oil and gas sector

F.3 Impact of Covid-19

F.4 Upstream exploration

F.4.1 License series 2019

F.4.2 Major upstream projects

F.5 Refining Capacity

F.6 Refined fuels

F.7 Import/export of petroleum and refined fuels

F.8 Upstream gas production

F.9 Gas consumption

F.10 Shale gas in Ukraine

F.11 Gas import/export

G. Oil and gas in Ukraine: regulatory landscape

G.1 Overview

G.2 Licensing

G.3 Tax regime

H. Oil and gas in Ukraine: SWOT analysis

H.1 Strengths to build on

H.2 Weaknesses to overcome

H.3 Opportunities to exploit

H.4 Threats to overcome

I. Oil and gas infrastructure in Ukraine

I.1 Oil refineries and pipelines

I.2 Gas pipelines

J. Oil and gas in Ukraine: Competition in the sector

K. Ukrainian Oil and Gas: Main Players

K.1 Naftogaz Ukraine

K.1.1 Business analysis

K.1.2 Industry Updates

K.1.3 SWOT analysis

L. Ukraine oil and gas industry forecast

L.1 Upstream exploration

L.2 Upstream oil production

L.3 Refining and refined fuels sector

L.4 Import/export of petroleum and refined fuels

L.5 Upstream gas production

L.6 Gas consumption

L.7 Gas import/export

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