Gazprom appeals against interim Ukraine decision

Gazprom is appealing against a decision by the Stockholm arbitration court in its dispute with Naftogaz Ukrainy
A Naftogaz gas processing division in Yablunivka. (Naftogaz)

Gazprom’s dispute with Ukrainian transmission system operator Naftogaz Ukrainy shows no sign of drawing to a close after the Russian company said it would appeal against an interim decision by the Stockholm arbitration court. 

“Gazprom has decided to appeal the interim solution in the Swedish Court of Appeal,” Chief Executive Alexei Miller said at a press conference following an annual shareholders meeting on Friday.

“Arbitrators’ arguments on many issues of the interim solution are inadequate,” he noted.

Miller said his company was appealing despite “preliminary economic estimates”, suggesting...

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