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money.ro: Şi în 2010, ministerul lui Videanu scoate la vânzare firimituri

Veniturile din privatizare prevăzute în bugetul pe acest an al Oficiului pentru Privatizare (OPSPI) din cadrul Ministerului Economiei sunt de doar 50 de milioane de lei.

Veniturile totale ale OPSPIsunt de doar 250 de milioane de lei, în acest an, dar cea mai mare parte a lor (200 de milioane) sunt obţinute din dividende de lasocietăţile la care statul este acţionar, potrivit bugetului de venituri şicheltuieli aferent activităţii deprivatizare pe acest an. Doar 50 de milioane din această sumă, adică aproximativ 12 milioane de euro, sunt trecute la capitolul “venituri din privatizare”.

Din cele 250 de milioane, 235 vor fi virate bugetului de stat, iar restul sunct cheltuieliale Oficiului.

OPSPI deţine pachetele majoritare de acţiuni la toate societăţile de stat mari din România, cu excepţia Antibiotice Iaşi. OPSPI controlează companiile din energie, minerit, din industria de apărare, cele mai mari fiind, de exemplu, Oltchim, Romgaz, Hidroelecrtica sau Nuclearelectrica.

ziare.com: Ucraina va cumpara in 2010 si mai mult gaz de la Rusia

Ucraina va creste in 2010 cantitatea de gaz rusesc cumparata de la 33,7 la 36,5 miliarde de metri cubi, a informat biroul de presa al Ministerului ucrainean al Energiei.

“In cursul unei vizite de lucru la Moscova la 8 aprilie, ministrul ucrainean al Energiei, Iuri Boiko, si directorul Naftogaz, Evgheni Bakulin, au discutat cu directorul Gazprom, Aleksei Miller, despre masuri pentru garantarea stabilitatii aprovizionarii cu gaz a Ucrainei si Europei”, potrivit unui comunicat.

“Partile au convenit cresterea volumului de gaz cumparat de Kiev de la 33,7 la 36,5 miliarde metri cubi in 2010”, potrivit sursei.

Bursa: Gazoductul AGIR, o alternativă mai bună decât Nabucco

Gazoductul AGIR, proiectat pe ruta Azerbaidjan-Georgia-România, este un proiect viabil, mai rapid, mai ieftin şi mai eficient decât Nabucco, apreciază analiştii oilprice.com. Cele trei ţări au încheiat deja un acord tripartit pentru dezvoltarea proiectului. Potrivit sursei citate, ruta ocoleşte Rusia ca sursă de aprovizionare şi este un substitut viabil pentru Nabucco, neavând atâ tea piedici.

RIA Novosti: Russia to sign last document on South Stream gas project by May

Russia expects to sign the last document required to launch the South Stream gas pipeline construction by the end of April, Energy Minister Sergei Shmatko said on Thursday.

“The last agreement, with Austria, will be signed already in April,” Shmatko said.

The South Stream project is designed to pump annually 31 billion cubic meters of Russian natural gas along the bed of the Black Sea to Bulgaria and further on to Italy and Austria.

The pipeline’s capacity could eventually reach 63 billion cubic meters annually. The gas pipeline is expected to start operating in late 2015 and account for about 35% of Russian natural gas supplies to Europe.

Russia has already signed inter-governmental agreements with Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, Slovenia and Croatia to implement the onshore part of the project.

The project is part of Russia’s efforts to cut dependence on transit nations, particularly Ukraine. It is widely considered a rival project to the EU-backed Nabucco, which would also transport Caspian and Central Asian gas to Europe but would bypass Russia.

RIA Novosti: Nord Stream gas pipe construction unaffected by reduced demand

The construction of the second stage of a pipeline to pump Russian natural gas to Europe via the Baltic Sea will not be delayed over reduced gas demand, the project operator’s financial director said on Thursday.

Paul Corcoran said Nord Stream AG had signed contracts for 20-25 years for natural gas supplies to Europe via the pipeline.

On April 7, Russian energy giant Gazprom began construction on the first stage of the pipeline, after Nord Stream A.G. announced in March it had secured 3.9 billion euros ($5.3 billion) in financing for the project. Gas transportation on the new line should begin in 2011.

The Nord Stream will eventually pump 55 billion cubic meters of gas to western Europe every year, bypassing traditional transit countries such as Ukraine and Belarus, which are blamed for previous disruptions in gas supplies to the region.

The project will include two pipelines, each with a capacity of 27.5 billion cubic meters a year, running from the Russian city of Vyborg near the Finnish border to Greifswald on the coast of Germany.

A ceremony marking the start of the pipeline construction will be held in Vyborg on April 9. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and a range of European Commission representatives and top-ranking officials from the countries involved in the project are expected to take part in the ceremony.

Corcoran also said accords on the construction of the pipeline’s second stage would be reached by the end of the year and a 2.5 billion euro ($3.3 billion) loan would be obtained in the summer of 2011.

today.az: Russia is major importer of Azerbaijani gas

In the first quarter of 2010, the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) exported 423.9 million cu/m of gas.

SOCAR said Russia has become the main importer of Azeri gas – 172.105 million cu/m. Georgia ranks the second with 169.5 million cu/m and Iran ranks third with 82.288 million cu/m.

Gas to the latter is supplied on swap conditions for gas supply of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan.

Export to Russia is carried out in accordance with the contract with Gazprom.

With SOCAR’s minimum commitments of 500,000 cu m, this year the Russian company will be delivered 1 bn cu/m and 2 bn cu/m in 2011.

Novinite: Austria Joins South Stream in April – Russian Minister

Bulgaria: Austria Joins South Stream in April - Russian Minister
Russian news agencies are quoting Sergei Shmatko (pictured) as saying Thursday that this would be the final deal before construction begins later this year. Photo by EPA/BGNES

Austria will join the Russian-backed South Stream pipeline project in April, Russia’s Energy Minister said, as cited by local media.

Russian news agencies are quoting Sergei Shmatko as saying Thursday that this would be the final deal before construction begins later this year.

South Stream is a joint venture of Russia’s Gazprom and Italy’s Eni. The gas line is to be completed by 2015. With it Russia aims at eliminating dependence from transit countries.

The South Stream would ship 63 billion cubic meters annually of natural gas from Russia and Central Asia to Europe under the Black Sea.

Serbia, Hungary, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Greece, Italy and Croatia are also signed onto the deal.

energia.gr: Russia to Sign Last Document on South Stream Gas Project by May

Russia expects to sign the last document required to launch the South Stream gas pipeline construction by the end of April, Energy Minister Sergei Shmatko said on Thursday.

“The last agreement, with Austria, will be signed already in April,” Shmatko said.

The South Stream project is designed to pump annually 31 billion cubic meters of Russian natural gas along the bed of the Black Sea to Bulgaria and further on to Italy and Austria.

The pipeline’s capacity could eventually reach 63 billion cubic meters annually. The gas pipeline is expected to start operating in late 2015 and account for about 35% of Russian natural gas supplies to Europe.

Russia has already signed inter-governmental agreements with Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary, Slovenia and Croatia to implement the onshore part of the project.

The project is part of Russia’s efforts to cut dependence on transit nations, particularly Ukraine. It is widely considered a rival project to the EU-backed Nabucco, which would also transport Caspian and Central Asian gas to Europe but would bypass Russia.

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