Mykolayiv CHP

INDUSTRY: Energy

SHARE FOR PRIVATIZATION: 100%

GENERAL OVERVIEW

«Mykolayiv» CHP is a 99.9% state-owned company that produces electricity and heat located in the Mykolaiv region. Total installed capacity of heat production accounts for 410 Gcal/h; of electricity production - 40 MW.

The company supplies electricity to more than 39,000 consumers. Sales of thermal energy to consumers (Gcal): households - 81.25%, non-industrial objects - 13.73%, other consumers - 5.32%.

OPERATING OVERVIEW

The company mainly works on natural gas, which is supplied by Naftogas Ukraine. In the 2019, production volumes of heating power was 244 thsd Gcal, and of electricity – 62m kWh.

Tariffs for thermal energy:

- For budgetary institutions - 1526.87 UAH / Gcal with VAT;

- For households (central heating) - UAH 1,524.04 / Gcal with VAT;

- For households (housing cooperatives) - UAH 1,502.60 / Gcal with VAT;

- For religious organizations - UAH 1,526.35 / Gcal with VAT;

- For other consumers - UAH 1,526.60 / Gcal with VAT.

By the end of 2019, the company’s debt to SE “Energorynok” amounts to UAH 34m.

Mykolayivoblenergo

INDUSTRY Energy

SHARE FOR PRIVATIZATION 70%

GENERAL OVERVIEW

Mykolayivoblenergo is a 70% state-owned company that provides services of power transmission and distribution to consumers in the Mykolaiv region (area: 24,600 km.sq., households: 1.2m). The company is a natural regional monopolist in the power distribution sector.

The region itself has a powerful multi-sectoral industry, agro-industrial complex and developed infrastructure. The company owns a 24,709 km distribution network with voltage of 154-0.4 kW and 6,000 transformer substations. The company’s largest consumers are “Zorya-mashproekt”, “Ukrhimtransamiak”, “Ukrtransnafta”, “Snigurivka”, “Dikerhoff Cement Ukraine”, “Black Sea Shipyard”, “Bandurskiy oil extraction plant”.

In 2018, 70% of the company's shares were transferred to the State Property Fund. The remaining shares of 30% are owned by other shareholders. The company has a supervisory board that consists of 7 people, including five representatives of the State Property Fund and two representatives of “VS Energy International Ukraine”