EUR 10 million two-year committed local currency-denominated working capital loan to ERU Trading. EBRD funds will be used to support growing gas trading operations of ERU Trading in order to secure low-cost gas from the EU during the summer season and store it in Ukrainian gas storages with the further sale in Ukraine (primary option) or re-export to the EU (secondary option) during winter heating season. The project objective is to facilitate further development and competition at the Ukrainian gas trading market by means of supporting activities of transparent and efficient privately-owned energy traders.
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