Ministry of Fuel and Energy (Ukraine)

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Ministry of Fuel and Energy
of Ukraine
Міністерство палива та енергетики України
Emblem of the Ministry of Fuel and Energy of Ukraine.gif
Ministerial insignia
Agency overview
Preceding Agency Ministry of Energetics and Electrification of the URSR
Jurisdiction Ukraine
Headquarters 30 Khreshchatyk Street (vulytsia), Kiev
Agency executive Yuriy Prodan[1], Minister of Fuel and Energy of Ukraine
Parent agency Cabinet of Ministers
Child agencies Naftogaz Ukrainy
Ukrenerho (Derzhenerhonahlyad)
Energy Company of Ukraine

The Ministry of Fuel and Energy of Ukraine (Ukrainian: Міністерство палива та енергетики України), in short Minpalyvenerho (Ukrainian: Мінпаливенерго), is the main body in the system of central bodies of the executive power that provides realization of a state policy in electric power-generating, nuclear-industrial, and oil-gas complexes, often referred simply as the Fuel-Energy Complex. The ministry is directed and coordinated by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.


  • state governing of the Fuel-Energy Complex
  • ensuring the realization of the state policies in the Fuel-Energy Complex
  • ensuring energy security of the State
  • participation in the formation, regulation, and improvement of the fuel-energy resource market
  • developing proposals to improve economic incentives in stimulation of the Fuel-Energy Complex development

Fuel Energy Complex Associations[edit]

List of Ministers of Fuel and Energy[edit]

Prime-Minister(s) Name Term of Office
Start End
Yuriy Yekhanurov Ivan Plachkov September 2005 January 2006
Viktor Yanukovych Yuriy Boiko January 2006
(acting until August)
December 2007
Yulia Tymoshenko Yuriy Prodan December 2007 March 2010
Mykola Azarov Yuriy Boiko March 2010 24 December 2012
Eduard Stavitskyi[3] 24 December 2012 Present

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