Ukraine's Cabinet says no to Yuzgas shale gas production

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Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers has not supported an investment program for the development of the Yuzivska shale gas field in the country's eastern Donetsk and Kharkiv regions, and rejected Yuzgas B.V.'s participation in a production sharing agreement (PSA) under the program.
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