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Maryna Ilchuk

Senior Associate

Kyiv (Volodymyrska Street)
6th Floor, 38 Volodymyrska Street
Kyiv
Ukraine
Languages Ukrainian, Russian, English

Maryna Ilchuk is a Senior Associate in Kyiv office of CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang. Maryna advises domestic and foreign clients operating in the area of Energy, Oil & Gas on a broad range of legal and regulatory issues. She provides full service legal advice on the entire lifecycle of the energy companies, paying substantial attention to the commercial and technical aspects of the energy industry.

In electricity sector Maryna is involved in cross-border projects, including electricity transit, export and import; assisting in unbundling of electricity supplying and distribution companies. In oil and gas sector Maryna is actively involved in production enhancement projects, assisting oil and gas servicing companies in their activity in Ukrainian market, in particular, on their contracts with Ukrgasvydobuvannya. She is providing advice to gas traders regarding their day-to-day activity and contract relationships with Ukrainian counter-parties. Maryna was actively taking part in project on unbundling of state-owned energy company Naftogaz Ukraine, analysing possible models of separation and restructuring of the fuel and energy market in general.

Maryna has substantial experience in renewable energy projects, representing both investors, target companies, EPC-contractors, ; taking lead on legal due diligences for purpose of acquisition of the projects; advising on various legal issues related to the production and sale of renewable energy, equipment imports, warranty on the supplied equipment, assisting in obtaining licenses and other permits.

Maryna also advises industry and public sector on implementation of energy efficiency projects. Maryna supported projects for structuring the relationship of public and private partners, in particular, cooperation of foreign investors with state enterprises and authorities. Maryna also has experience in energy disputes.

Maryna is admitted to the Ukrainian Bar as an advocate since 2019.

Maryna is a recommended lawyer in Energy and Natural Resources by Chambers Europe 2016-2019 "She always knows about all the changes, she understands how they influence business," a client says, she is recommended by Who’s Who Legal and by IFLR rated as a Rising star for Ukraine, as well as Maryna is mentioned as a Notable Practitioner by Ukrainian Law Firms Rankings 2016-2019.

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Education

2011 – Master degree in law, National university of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kyiv

2010 – Specialist, National university of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kyiv

2009 – Bachelor, National university of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kyiv

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12/09/2019
Ukraine passes new pro­ced­ure for es­tab­lish­ing "green" tar­iff
On 30 Au­gust 2019, the Na­tion­al Com­mis­sion for State Reg­u­la­tion of En­ergy and Pub­lic Util­it­ies of Ukraine ad­op­ted a res­ol­u­tion ap­prov­ing a new pro­ced­ure for es­tab­lish­ing, re­view­ing and ter­min­at­ing the “green” tar­iff for busi­ness and house­hold pro­du­cers of elec­tri­city,.
02/08/2019
Ukraine changes tar­iffs for in­jec­tion and with­draw­al of gas
On 23 Ju­ly 2019, the Na­tion­al Com­mis­sion for State Reg­u­la­tion of the En­ergy and Pub­lic Util­it­ies Sec­tor of Ukraine is­sued Res­ol­u­tion No. 1480 in­creas­ing the tar­iffs for in­jec­tion and with­draw­al of gas to and from Ukrain­i­an un­der­ground gas stor­age.
01/08/2019
Ukraine cuts time for en­ergy pro­du­cers to ob­tain feed-in tar­iffs
On 24 Ju­ly 2019 Res­ol­u­tion No. 1481 On in­tro­du­cing amend­ments to the Pro­ced­ure for Hold­ing a Pub­lic Dis­cus­sion of the Draft Res­ol­u­tions (Res­ol­u­tion) ap­proved by the Na­tion­al Com­mis­sion that Per­forms State Reg­u­la­tion in the Spheres of En­ergy and Util­it­ies (Reg­u­lat­or),.
11/07/2019
Ukraine: Con­sti­tu­tion­al court rules that status of the Reg­u­lat­or must...
On 13 June 2019, the Con­sti­tu­tion­al Court of Ukraine by its de­cision (the "De­cision") ruled that cer­tain pro­vi­sions of the Law of Ukraine On Na­tion­al Com­mis­sion that Per­forms State Reg­u­la­tion in the Spheres of En­ergy and Util­it­ies No.
26/06/2019
Ukraine: New PPA for re­new­ables - what’s new?
On 26 April 2019 the Na­tion­al Com­mis­sion for State Reg­u­la­tion of En­ergy and Pub­lic Util­it­ies of Ukraine (Reg­u­lat­or) ad­op­ted res­ol­u­tion No. 641 (Res­ol­u­tion), which calls for the func­tion­ing of the new elec­tri­city mar­ket which is planned to be launched on 1 Ju­ly.
10/05/2019
Ukraine es­tab­lishes new re­new­ables gen­er­a­tion sup­port scheme
On 25 April 2019, the Ukrain­i­an par­lia­ment ap­proved the draft law On In­tro­duc­tion of Cer­tain Changes to Laws of Ukraine re­gard­ing En­sur­ing Com­pet­it­ive Con­di­tions for Gen­er­a­tion of Elec­tri­city from Al­tern­at­ive En­ergy Sources No.
03/01/2019
Ukraine: draft law pro­pos­ing the new re­new­ables gen­er­a­tion sup­port...
On 20 Decem­ber 2018, Ukrain­i­an par­lia­ment ap­proved in the first read­ing the draft law On In­tro­duc­tion of Cer­tain Changes to Laws of Ukraine re­gard­ing En­sur­ing Com­pet­it­ive Con­di­tions for Gen­er­a­tion of Elec­tri­city from Al­tern­at­ive En­ergy Sources No.
15/08/2018
Ukraine passes res­ol­u­tion amend­ing tar­iffs for nat­ur­al gas stor­age
On 19 June 2018, the Na­tion­al Com­mis­sion for State Reg­u­la­tion of the En­ergy and Pub­lic Util­it­ies Sec­tor (“Reg­u­lat­or”) ad­op­ted Res­ol­u­tion No. 480 On ap­prov­al of tar­iffs for stor­age (in­jec­tion, with­draw­al) of nat­ur­al gas in the un­der­ground stor­ages of JSC “Ukrtrans­gaz”.
18/06/2018
Ukraine: pro­pos­al for the new re­new­ables gen­er­a­tion sup­port scheme
On 7 June 2018, the draft law “On In­tro­duc­tion of Cer­tain Changes to Laws of Ukraine re­gard­ing En­sur­ing Com­pet­it­ive Con­di­tions for Gen­er­a­tion of Elec­tri­city from Al­tern­at­ive En­ergy Sources” No. 8449 (the “Draft Law”), which could have im­mense im­plic­a­tions for.