revista presei pe energie 27 octombrie – part III

2010/10/27

inforusia.ro: Oportunitati de colaborare romano-rusa in domeniul energetic

Rusia sugereaza Romaniei sa analizeze toate proiectele energetice si sa colaboreze cu acele tari pe baza de avantaj reciproc

Camera de Comert si Industrie Romano-Rusa (CCIRR) a organizat la sediul UGIR-1903 o conferinta cu genericul “Romania si Rusia ca potentiali parteneri in realizarea infrastructurii energetice europene- proiecte, oportunitati, parteneriate, cooperare, finantari”.

Potrivit presedintelui de onoare a CCIRR Mihai Maxim, scopul conferintei a fost de a informa comunitatea de afaceri din Romania asupra ultimelor noutati in domeniul proiectelor existente si de a demara pregatirea participarii firmelor romanesti la aceste proiecte prin colectarea de oferte si transmiterea lor la partenerii rusi (intr-o prima etapa).

La conferinta au participat reprezentanti ai Ambasadei Federatiei Ruse la Bucuresti, Ambasadei Republicii Moldova, reprezentanti ai Ministerului Economiei si Comertului, reprezentantul Gazprom in Romania, oameni de afaceri si reprezentanti ai structurilor energetice de stat si private din Romania.

Corneliu Condrea, reprezentant al Ministerului Economiei, Comertului si Mediului de Afaceri din Romania a declarat ca pe parcursul timpului Romania a avut relatii constante si consacrate cu Federatia Rusa in domeniul energetic. „Incepand cu 1974 Romania a devenit tara de tranzit pentru gazul rusesc si anual sunt tranzitate circa 36,7 miliarde metri cubi. Din 1979 Romania a importat circa 125 miliarde metri cubi pentru consumul intern. In ultimii 2 ani din cauza crizei economice, volumul importat al gazelor rusesti a scazut, insa speram ca odata cu revigorarea economiei, lucrurile sa revina la normal”.

Referindu-se la colaborarea romano-rusa in proiectul energetic rusesc „South Stream”, Corneliu Condrea a spus ca „este o optiune ce tine de compania rusa „Gazprom” si ea va fi definitivata dupa finisarea studiului de fezabilitate”. Potrivit lui, elementele de natura tehnico-economica sunt favorabile pentru Romania si exista toate sansele de a fi inclusa in proiect.

Igor Sidorov, consilier economic al Ambasadei Federatiei Ruse la Bucuresti a tinut sa sublinieze faptul ca vizita presedintelui Gazprom la Bucuresti constituie „un pas important in colaborarea bilaterala in domeniul energetic”. „In conditiile in care din punct de vedere economic se va demonstra eficienta trecerii proiectului energetic „South Stream” prin Romania,  se va purcede la semnarea unui acord interguvernamental dintre Romania si Federatia Rusa”. Domnul Sidorov a incercat sa demonstreze avantajele proiectului rusesc „South Stream” care „poate garanta pe termen lung livrarea de gaze pentru consumatorii europeni, in timp ce proiectele Nabucco si AGRI se confrunta cu o deficienta de furnizori de materie prima”. In context, diplomatul rus i-a sugerat  „Romaniei sa analizeze foarte bine toate proiectele si sa colaboreze cu acele tari pe baza de avantaj reciproc”.

Reprezentantul Gazprom-Export in Romania Ramil Gubaydullin a calificat relatiile ruso-romane in domeniul energetic drept „bune si reciproc avantajoase”. Potrivit lui, la ora actuala este format un grup de experti pentru a evalua fundamentarea tehnico-economica a proiectului „South Stream” prin Romania.

Lilia Russu, consilier economic al Ambasadei Republicii Moldova in Romania a declarat ca Republica Moldova depinde 100% de importul gazelor naturale. „Republica Moldova figureaza ca stat care sprijina proiectul Nabucco, ulterior au aparut si alte proiecte care ne ofera posibilitatea sa diversificam sursele de import ale energiei electrice si a gazelor”. Potrivit diplomatului moldovean, la ora actuala in Republica Moldova este un singur proiect energetic in derulare – gazoductul Ungheni-Iasi – o conexiune intre Republica Moldova si Romania, care va permite difersificarea surselor de energie. Acest proiect este sustinut  atat de Romania, cat si de Comisia europeana prin fondurile de colaborare transfrontaliera. Referindu-se la proiectul energetic „South Stream”, Lilia Russu a salutat aceasta oportunitate de colaborare, subliniind ca Republica Moldova ar putea furniza echipamente necesare pentru acest domeniu.

La finele conferintei oamenii de afaceri romani au avut posibilitatea sa adreseze intrebari invitatilor in vederea gasirii unor cai de colaborare reciproc avantajoasa.

RIA Novosti: Russia, Ukraine close to signing new oil transit agreement

Russia and Ukraine may sign a new agreement on Russian oil transit soon, Ukraine’s First Deputy Premier said on Tuesday.

“We are close to signing these agreements; negotiations are underway,” Andrei Kluyev said.

He said the agreements aimed to regulate guarantees and obligations on changes to oil transport tariffs through Ukrainian territory, which rose by 30 percent in January 2010.

In 2009, the Russian and Ukrainian pipeline companies Transneft and Ukrtransnafta signed two agreements on the transportation of 1.5 million tons of Russian oil per quarter to two Ukrainian oil refineries in 2010 and the transfer of at least 15 million tons of oil a year through the Druzhba pipeline network.

RIA Novosti: Rosneft in talks on joint oil, gas projects in Ecuador

Russia’s largest oil company Rosneft may participate in development of oil and gas condensate deposits and oil refinery projects in Ecuador, the company said on Tuesday.

That follows talks between Rosneft President Eduard Khudainatov and an Ecuadorian delegation, including Ecuador’s Strategic Resources Minister Jorge Glas, and Ecuadorian Ambassador to Russia Patricio Chavez.

“During the talks, both parties discussed the opportunities for mutual cooperation and implementation of joint oil and gas projects in Ecuador. In particular, the parties discussed Rosneft’s possible participation in the development of oil and gas condensate deposits and oil refinery projects,” the company said.

ITAR TASS: Ukraine, Russia close to agreement on oil transit – official

Ukraine and Russia are close to signing an agreement on oil transit, Ukraine’s First Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Kluyev said on Tuesday in the opening remarks an the international ecological forum on environmental protection.

“We are close to the signing,” he confirmed. However, “it is so far early to unveil the main points of the agreement, as the process of negotiations on the agreement is currently in progress,” the official added.

At the end of June, Russia handed a draft new agreement on oil transit to Ukraine. At that point Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin reported that if Ukraine reduced if tariffs for oil transshipment via the Port of Yuzhny, the amounts of transit would be from nine million tons to 17 million tons.

Novinite: Russia’s Gazprom Refutes Lower Gas Prices ‘Talk’

The Russian energy giant “Gazprom” does not plan to lower gas prices for Bulgariaany further, the Head of the company’s International Business Department, Stanislav Tsigankov, says.

Tsigankov, cited Tuesday by the Bulgarian National radio, BNR, pointed out gas prices for Bulgaria are the lowest in Europe and they actually are preferential prices.

“Right now there are no special circumstances to put the issue on the table again. The contract is effective and we recently updated prices and reached an agreement. We do not foresee any more changes, It must be just political talk,” he pointed out.

During the summer, Bulgaria received a 4% rebate of the price of half of the delivered quantities, effective with a backdate of July, 2010.

Last week, after talks with the Gazprom CEO, Alexey Miller in Sofia, Bulgaria‘s Economy and Energy Minister, Traicho Traikov, stated new prices depend on the Russian energy company’s “good will,” adding for the new contracts, effective 2013, prices would be renegotiated again.

Miller traveled to Bulgaria to hold talks about the Bulgarian-Russian venture company for the construction of the Bulgarian segment of the gas pipeline “South Stream.”

e Russian energy giant “Gazprom” does not plan to lower gas prices for Bulgariaany further, the Head of the company’s International Business Department, Stanislav Tsigankov, says.

Tsigankov, cited Tuesday by the Bulgarian National radio, BNR, pointed out gas prices for Bulgaria are the lowest in Europe and they actually are preferential prices.

“Right now there are no special circumstances to put the issue on the table again. The contract is effective and we recently updated prices and reached an agreement. We do not foresee any more changes, It must be just political talk,” he pointed out.

During the summer, Bulgaria received a 4% rebate of the price of half of the delivered quantities, effective with a backdate of July, 2010.

Last week, after talks with the Gazprom CEO, Alexey Miller in Sofia, Bulgaria‘s Economy and Energy Minister, Traicho Traikov, stated new prices depend on the Russian energy company’s “good will,” adding for the new contracts, effective 2013, prices would be renegotiated again.

Miller traveled to Bulgaria to hold talks about the Bulgarian-Russian venture company for the construction of the Bulgarian segment of the gas pipeline “South Stream.”

After meeting Traikov and Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, the CEO refused to discuss gas prices with the media.

Novinite: Ukraine Wants Joint Gas Company with Russia, EU

Ukraine has offered the establishment of a three-way joint company with Russiaand the EU to guarantee the trade of natural gas supplies.

The aim of the new company will be to guarantee that risks that arose in the past will be avoided, Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov said Monday, as cited by Ukrainian media.

The new design proposed by the Ukrainian government is supposed to help avoid a situation such as the gas war between Russia and Ukraine in January 2009, which left Europe without Russian natural gas for three weeks in the middle of the winter.

Azarov argued that the best interest of RussiaUkraine, and the EU – a supplier, a transit country, and a buyer – is provide guarantees among one another for years to come.

In his words, the three parties will hold a meeting to discuss this idea on November 22, 2010, in Brussels, the same day of the EUUkraine summit.

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