revista presei pe energie 19 octombrie – part II

2010/10/19

inforusia.ro: Rivalitatea in jurul South Stream: Bulgaria versus Romania

Bulgaria nu percepe Romania drept un concurent in problema proiectului South Stream. Potrivit ministrului bulgar al energiei Traicho Traikov, Romania este in urma Bulgariei, se afla in stadiul discutiilor cu Gazprom, asa cum se afla Sofia in 2008 , scrie publicatia rusa „Vremea Novostei”. Cotidianul rus sustine ca ramanerea in urma a Bucurestiului fata de Sofia in proiectul energetic rusesc nu va fi atat de eminenta, daca se ia in calcul faptul ca in ultimul timp pe perimetrul bulgar nu s-a facut nimic. Cu atat mai mult, daca Bucurestiul va avea vointa politica pentru a inlocui Bulgaria in acest proiect. Aceasta problema, de altfel, ramane deschisa, iar discutiile politice adevarate in Romania inca nu au inceput, noteaza Vremea Novostei.

Potrivit aceleeasi surse, Gazprom face un joc diplomatic, „amenintand Bulgaria ca poate fi inlocuita cu Romania”. Presedintele Gazprom Aleksei Miller, inainte de a vizita Sofia, a trecut pe la Bucuresti unde a semnat cu responsabilii romani un acord pentru pregatirea studiului de fezabilitate la traseul South Stream prin Romania. Daca studiul de fezabilitate va fi pozitiv, in 2011 ar putea fi semnat un acord interguvernamental ruso-roman pentru cooperare in construirea conductei rusesti.  Publicatia rusa sustine, insa, ca  in realitate,  „este o presiune a Gazpromului pentru partenerii bulgari”.

In context, autoritatile de la Sofia sustin ca s-a facut „un progres considerabil” in problema implementarii proiectului „South Stream” pe teritoriul bulgar. In aceasta saptamana va fi semnat un acord privind elaborarea studiului de fezabilitate si crearea unei intreprinderi mixte.

inforusia.ro: Turkmenistanul a dat in functiune un nou gazoduct pentru a creste exporturile spre Rusia

Turkmenistanul a dat in functiune un nou gazoduct ce permite legarea rezervelor din desertul Karakum de principalul gazoduct care deserveste Rusia informeaza AFP.

Acest gazoduct va permite cresterea exporturilor spre Rusia. Pentru inceput se preconizeaza transportarea a pana la trei miliarde de metri cubi de gaz pe an, cu perspectiva de a atinge o capacitate anuala de cinci miliarde de metri cubi, a precizat un responsabil din cadrul Ministerului turkmen al resurselor naturale.

Cu o lungime de 200 de kilometri, noul gazoduct leaga rezervele de gaz turkmene din desertul Karakum de o statie ce alimenteaza gazoductul care deserveste Rusia via Uzbekistan si Kazahstan. Turkmenistanul dispune de enorme rezerve de gaz si de petrol, dorite atat de Rusia, cat si de catre China si Europa.

inforusia.ro: Presa rusa: Republica Moldova ar putea ramane la iarna fara gaze rusesti

Efectuarea platilor intre intreprinderea „Moldovagaz” si „Gazprom” la livrarile rusesti de gaze pentru Republica Moldova ar putea fi agravata din cauza tarifului redus la consumatorii finali, transmite luni agentia rusa de presa, Regnum News.

Potrivit sursei citate, reducerea, prin decizia Curtii Supreme de Justitie, a tarifelor la gaze, va duce in pericol real asigurarea consumatorilor moldoveni cu gaze naturale in sezonul rece si poate duce chiar la suspendarea livrarilor de gaze rusesti catre Republica Moldova la iarna.

Potrivit „Moldovagaz”, situatia creata are un impact negativ asupra efectuarii platilor pentru gazele importate din Rusia si reprezinta o „amenintare reala pentru securitatea energetica a republicii”. „Astfel de actiuni afecteaza relatiile dintre Republica Moldova si gigantul rus de gaze Gazprom”, au declarat responsabili din cadrul intreprinderii Moldovagaz, noteaza  Regnum News, citata de jurnal.md.

Agentia Nationala pentru Reglementare in Energetica din Republica Moldova a anuntat ca, in pofida respectivei decizii a Curtii, tarifele la gaze nu vor fi reduse, deoarece acestea sunt stabilite de agentie si nu prin decizii ale instantelor judecatoresti.

Curtea Suprema de Justitie de la Chisinau a decis ca majorarile la gazele naturale din 14 ianuarie si 14 mai sa fie reexaminate, la solicitarea partidului „Moldova Unita” care considera ca aceste majorari sunt nejustificate.

RIA Novosti: Polish govt. to approve Russian gas supply agreement

The Polish government will on Tuesday approve an agreement with Russia on natural gas supplies initialed in Moscow on Sunday, said Waldemar Pawlak, a deputy Polish prime minister.

Moscow and Warsaw on Sunday agreed the text of the document in the Russian capital. The deal envisions that the volumes of Russian gas supplies to Poland will be increased up to 11 billion cubic meters from the current 9 bcm annually.

Russian gas will be supplied until 2022, and transited until 2019. For the document to come into force, it is to be signed by the two countries’ governments and gas monopolies Gazprom and PGNiG.

An estimated 65-70 percent of all natural gas consumed in Poland comes from Russia.

RIA Novosti: Russia to prepare draft laws for LNG tax privileges by yearend – govt

The Russian government has asked the Finance Ministry, Economic Development Ministry and Energy Ministry to prepare draft laws to introduce tax privileges for gas extracted on the Yamal Peninsula in the country’ north and meant for further liquefaction before December 31, a cabinet regulation said on Monday.

The government plans to introduce a zero mineral extraction tax regime on gas produced on the Yamal Peninsula for further liquefaction on condition that the time of field development does not exceed 12 years from the start of the liquefied gas production. No tax will be exercised until the accumulated volume of gas production reaches 250 billion cubic meters.

It also plans to introduce a zero tax regime on gas condensate produced on the Yamal Peninsula on condition that the time of field development does not exceed 12 years from the start of the liquefied gas production. The tax-free regime will be exercised until the accumulated volume of gas condensate produced together with natural gas meant for further liquefaction reaches 20 million tons.

The ministries must also present a draft under which no customs duty will be levied on gas condensate and liquefied gas produced on the Yamal Peninsula.

RIA Novosti: Russia`s Sakhalin Energy Jan-Sept LNG exports up to 7.38 mln T – govt

Sakhalin Energy, the project operator of Russia’s Sakhalin-2 oil and gas development, exported 7.38 million tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the first nine months of 2010, a more than two-fold increase year-on-year, a regional government official said on Monday.

“(The company) exported 7.377 million tons of LNG in January-September under the Sakhalin-2 project compared with 3.66 million tons in the same period of 2009,” the environmental management department official at the Ministry for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Sakhalin region said.

Russia’s first LNG plant was opened in Sakhalin in February 2009. The plant reprocesses gas, produced by the Sakhalin-2 project and transported by a gas pipeline to a plant in Prigorodnoye village in the Amur region in Russia`s Far East.

The LNG plant’s capacity amounts to 9.6 million tons of LNG per year. The companies from Japan, the United States and South Korea have already contracted the bulk of gas for next 25 years.

The core shareholder of Sakhalin Energy is Russian gas giant Gazprom, with a 50 percent plus one share. The other shareholders of the company include Royal Dutch/Shell with 27.5 percent, Japan’s Mitsui and Mitsubishi with 12.5 percent and 10 percent respectively.

The total value of the Sakhalin-2 project amounts to $20 billion. As part of the project, the Piltun-Astokhskoe and Lunskoe deposits with overall reserves of 150 million tons of oil and 500 billion cubic meters of gas are being developed in the region.

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