The state-owned Chernomorneftegaz, which has taken over 26 regional and city gas distribution system operators owned by Dmitry Firtash, intends to pay UAH 226.7 million of projected revenues to the budget.
This was reported by the National Agency for Tracing and Asset Management (ARMA), Ukrinform reports.
“The state joint-stock company Chernomorneftegaz, the manager of the arrested Firtash regional gas companies, plans to transfer UAH 226.75 million to the state budget of Ukraine over the next six months of 2024,” the statement says.
ARMA notes that this is 85% of the projected income from asset management, which is approximately UAH 266.76 million.
The company announced plans to replenish the state treasury based on the results of the regular general meeting of shareholders of the companies Lvovgaz, Krivorozhgaz, Ivano-Frankivskgaz, Zhytomyrgaz, Sumygaz and Khmelnytskgaz held on December 22, 2023.
In addition, at the meetings of the supervisory boards of the mentioned companies, the procedure and terms for paying dividends for 2021 and 2022 were approved.
As reported, the Pechersky Court of Kyiv, at the request of the DBR, transferred to the management of ARMA the seized corporate rights of 26 regional and city operators of gas distribution systems. ARMA entered into an agreement on the management of corporate rights of Firtash's regional gas companies with Chernomorneftegaz on July 5, 2022.