Ukraine’s DTEK says power output, import contracts at risk if tariff not raised

September 18, 2017

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The head of Ukraine’s largest private power and coal producer, DTEK, said the company may have to halt production at one of its power plants or suspend import contracts if the government does not raise tariffs to account for expensive anthracite imports.

Pro-Russian separatists seized control of DTEK’s anthracite assets in early 2017, forcing the firm to cover its needs with imports from South Africa and elsewhere.

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