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2010/07/27

moeny.ro: CEZ se aşteaptă ca proiectul eolian din Constanţa să-i dubleze EBIDTA din România, din 2013

CEZ estimează ca va finaliza proiectul eolian de la Fântânele şi Cogealac la jumătatea anului 2012 şi se aşteaptă ca aceasta investiţie să dubleze profitul EBIDTA înregistrat de grupul ceh în România în anul următor.

“Ne aşteptăm ca proiectul să fie complet operaţional la jumătatea lui 2012, iar din 2013 sa ne dubleze EBIDTA (profitul înainte de dobânzi, taxe, depreciere şi amortizare – n.r.) înregistrat în Romania”, a declarat, luni, pentru Mediafax, Jan Veskrna, CEO al CEZ România.

CEZ anticipează pentru acest acest an o creştere a veniturilor din România de la 1,5 miliarde lei la 1,6 miliarde lei şi un avans al EBIDTA de la 252 milioane lei la 390 milioane lei.

Dezvoltarea parcului eolian din judeţul Constanţa va presupune investiţii totale de 1,1 miliarde de euro.

Grupul ceh este prezent în România pe segmentul furnizării, distribuţiei şi producţiei de energie.

inforusia.ro: British Petroleum se gandeste sa renunte la societatea mixta cu TNK

Compania British Petroleum se gandeste sa isi vanda participarea de 50 la suta in cadrul societatii mixte cu compania rusa TNK, anunta in editia sa de luni ziarul „The Times”. Acelasi ziar citeaza drept potentiali cumparatori Gazprom si Rosneft.

Societatea mixta TNK-BP, creata in 2003, este in topul primelor zece companii petroliere din lume si al treilea din Rusia din punct de vedere al exploatarii. Principalele sale campuri de exploatare se gasesc in Siberia si in regiunea Urali-Volga, iar concernul dispune de cinci rafinarii in Rusia si Ucraina.

Perspectiva de vanzare a partii British Petroleum a aparut in contextul accidentului din aprilie al platformei Deepwater Horizon, care a dus la un violent incendiu in largul coastelor statului Louisiana si la deversarea unei pelicule de petrol care continua sa polueze si in prezent apele Golfului Mexic, in ciuda investitiilor de patru miliarde dolari facute pana acum pentru inlaturarea urmarilor dezastrului ecologic.

inforusia.ro: Bulgaria plateste pentru abandonarea proiectului Burgas-Alexandroupolis

Bulgaria a acceptat sa plateasca despagubiri de aproape cinci milioane de euro pentru retragerea din proiectul oleoductului Burgas-Alexandroupolis, a anuntat luni vicepresedintele companiei ruse Transneft, Mihail Barkov.

“Am ajuns la un acord pentru plata datoriei de 4,88 milioane euro”, a declarat oficialul rus dupa consultari la Sofia. Acordul pentru constructia oleoductului Burgas Alexandroupolis a fost semnat in 2007 de Rusia, Grecia si Bulgria, dar in iunie 2010 primul-ministru Boiko Borisov a declarat ca Bulgaria nu mai participa la proiect. Sofia nu a renuntat la rezervele sale fata de rentabilitatea proiectului si efectele asupra mediului.

Bulgaria are datorii catre compania de management al oleoductului si catre actionari. Primele care vor trebui platite sunt datoriile catre companie, a caror neplata este de natura sa afecteze inaintarea proiectului, in timp ce datoriile catre actionari pot fi achitate pana anul viitor, au explicat surse familiarizate cu mersul negocierilor, citate de RIA Novosti. La Sofia s-a mai decis ca schema de finantare a proiectului de oleoduct sa fie prezentata la inceputul lui august, a spus vicepresedintele Transneft.

RIA Novosti: Greek, Bulgarian PMs to discuss South Stream’s future in Sofia

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou will visit Bulgaria on Tuesday in a bid to persuade the Bulgarian authorities to give the green light for the construction of the South Stream pipeline designed to transport Russian gas to western Europe.

According to the Greek prime minister’s press service, Papandreou is expected to discuss economic cooperation with his Bulgarian counterpart Boiko Borisov. The prime ministers will also head the first joint meeting of Greek-Bulgarian ministerial councils.

Earlier, the Greek deputy energy minister, Yiannis Maniatis, said Papandreou was planning to discuss with Borisov the construction of theSouth Stream pipeline, which, he said, remains a priority in Greece’s energy policies.

The South Stream project, in which Russia, Bulgaria and Greece are partners, stipulates the construction of a 300-kilometre pipeline from Burgas on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast to Alexandroupolis on the Greek Aegean Sea coast. The pipeline, which is considered a rival to the EU-backed Nabucco, is scheduled to be launched in December 2015.

Russia and Bulgaria signed an agreement on the South Stream project in January 2008, and both financial and technical preparations were scheduled to be put together by mid-2010.

However, Russia’s energy giant Gazprom announced in June the possibility of re-routing South Stream through Romania, instead of Bulgaria, after Borisov said that his country would not participate in the project over environmental concerns.

Later, Borisov said that the Bulgarian government had not made a final decision. On July 16, Russia and Bulgaria signed a road map for the technical and economic assessment of Bulgaria’s section of the pipeline.

Mikhail Barkov, the vice president of Russia’s oil pipeline monopoly Transneft, said on Monday that Bulgaria continued to consider the project “as far as profit and ecological risks are concerned.” However, he said he believed the Bulgarian partners would “understand that it is not reasonable to abandon the project.”

Intergovernmental agreements have been signed between Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia and Austria for the implementation of the section of the pipeline that will run over land.

The offshore part, operated by Russia’s Gazprom and Italy’s ENI, will run for 900 km (559 miles) from Russia’s mainland under the Black Sea to the Bulgarian coast and carry up to 63 billion cubic meters of gas a year.

Novinite: China Development Bank to Help Serbia Invest in Belene NPP – Report

The China Development Bank has expressed interest in financing Serbia‘s investment participation in Bulgaria’s Belene NPP project, reported Serbian news agency Blic Monday.

“We talked about the Belene NPP project in Bulgaria, we are interested, and definite steps forward were achieved,” vice-governor of the China Development Bank Gai Jian is reported as saying.

He also stated that the Chinese bank is interested in investing in further “strategic” energy projects in Serbia, including the country’s infrastructure and joint Serbian-Chinese projects.

Gao Jian had talks with Serbian energy minister Petar Škundrić, who said that Serbia is also interested if the country gets terms better terms on the loan than usually received.

The China Development Bank vice-president assured that China and Serbia are friendly nations and will be working together for the economic furthering of both countries’ interests.

In May Serbian media reported for the first time that Serbia and China could possibly make a joint investment in Bulgaria’s Belene NPP project.

Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov received a proposal for Serbian participation in Bulgaria’s projected second NPP when on an official visit to Serbia end of April.

upstramonline.com: Kremlin eyes 61% hike in gas tax

Russia’s Finance Ministry said it proposed to increase the mineral extraction tax on gas by 61% from 2011 and is looking to set a flat oil-product export tariff at 60 percent of the crude export duty from 2013.

The proposed gas tax hike, which would be the first increase since 2005, combined with a range of other fiscal measures will bring in an extra 200 billion roubles ($6.6 billion) to the 2011 budget, Ilya Trunin, the head of the Finance Ministry’s tax department, told Reuters today.

Following the first gas extraction tax increase, the Finance Ministry would like to see the tariff rise by 6% in 2012 and 5.4% in 2013.

The ministry has not proposed any changes regarding the tax paid on oil from the Caspian Sea play.

“The Caspian already has some tax holidays. The issue of export tariffs should be reviewed separately,” Trunin said.

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