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2010/08/03

Bursa: Mandat special pentru Ministerul Economiei ca să atragă investiţii în energie

Ministerul Economiei, Comerţului şi Mediului de Afaceri (MECMA) va primi mandat special pentru administrarea, atragerea de investiţii şi valorificarea de acţiuni la operatorii economici aflaţi sub autoritatea acestuia, potrivit unui proiect de Hotărâre publicat pe site-ul instituţiei. Mandatul special cuprinde liniile directoare ale operaţiunilor de atragere de investiţii, vânzări active şi participaţii, privatizare, asocieri în condiţiile legii ale operatorilor economici care au ca scop asigurarea unei evoluţii coerente şi pozitive a economiei în ansamblul său, informează Agerpres.
Sub autoritatea MECMA se află 6 companii naţionale – Compania Naţională a Huilei Petroşani, Compania Naţională C.A.F. Minvest Deva (cu filialele sale), Compania Naţională Remin Baia Mare (cu filialele sale), Compania Naţională Transelectrica Bucureşti (cu filialele sale), Compania Naţională Romarm Bucureşti, cu filialele sale, Compania Naţională a Uraniului, precum şi 8 societăţi naţionale – Societatea Naţională a Lig nitului Oltenia, Societatea Naţională a Cărbunelui Ploieşti (cu filialele sale), Societatea Naţională a Apelor Minerale Bucureşti, Societatea Naţională a Sării Bucureşti, Societatea Naţională Plafar Bucureşti, Societatea Naţională Transgaz Mediaş, Societatea Naţională Nuclearelectrica Bucureşti, Societatea Naţională Romgaz Mediaş. De asemenea, MECMA are în subordine Regia Autonomă pentru Activităţi Nucleare Drobeta Turnu Severin şi 42 de societăţi comerciale, 7 societăţi comerciale cu profil de cercetare – dezvoltare şi 9 institute naţionale de cercetare – dezvoltare.
Potrivit datelor KBC, estimările realizate în luna aprilie 2010 arătau că vânzarea pachetelor de acţiuni la cele cinci companii listate la Bursă la care MECMA deţine acţiuni – Petrom, Transgaz, Transelectrica, Conpet, Oil Terminal şi Romgaz – puteau atrage 762 milioane euro, iar cele 12 nelistate – 311 milioane de euro. mai mult

Adevarul: Melrose a decoperit noi zăcăminte de gaze în Marea Neagră bulgărească, cu o platfomă a lui Gabriel Comănescu

Compania britanică Melrose Resources, care a câştigat recent dreptul de a explora şi exploata două perimetre petrolifere pe platoul continental românesc, a anunţat descoperirea unui nou zăcământ de gaze în apele bulgăreşti ale Mării Negre, relatează publicaţia OffshoreEnergyToday.com.

Zăcământul, denumit Kavarna Est, este localizat în perimetrul Galata, unde deja există descoperiri mai vechi, aflate în exploatare.

Melrose utilizează în acel perimetru platforma petrolieră Jupiter, aparţinând companiei constănţene Grup Servicii Petroliere din grupul Upetrom, controlat de omul de afaceri Gabriel Comănescu.

„Kavarna Est este a treia descoperire consecutivă a companiei în Bulgaria. Ne concentrăm strategia locală pe platforma Galata şi pe infrastructura existentă”, a declarat David Thomas, CEO Melrose Resources.

Melrose Resources va investi 48 de milioane de euro în perimetrele câştigate în România

Melrose colaborează cu Upetrom şi în România. La începutul lunii iulie, asocierea Melrose – Petromar Resources (din grupul Upetrom) a câştigat dreptul de a explora şi exploata două perimetre petrolifere în apele româneşti ale Mării Negre.

Melrose deţine 80% din consorţiu, iar Petromar – 20%.

Acest pas a marcat şi debutul grupului Upetrom pe segmentul explorării şi producţiei de ţiţei şi gaze. Până acum, compania avea activităţi în domeniul serviciilor de foraj şi construcţii petroliere.

Melrose a anunţat că va investi aici 40 de milioane de lire sterline (48 de milioane de euro) în următorii trei ani.

Compania are, de asemenea, activităţi în Statele Unite, în Texas şi New Mexico, pe care are de gând să le vândă pentru a se focusa pe prospecţiuni în România, Bulgaria, Turcia şi Egipt, spuneau oficialii Melrose, după anunţarea câştigătorilor licitaţiei din România.

„Suntem încântaţi că suntem câştigători pentru două blocuri offshore de mare calitate în România. Aceasta reprezintă un punct de cotitură important pentru companie, întrucât dorim să rămânem în această ţară pe termen lung”, a declarat David Thomas, CEO Melrose Resources.

În aceste blocuri a fost descoperit ţiţei, dar nu a fost încă extras, mai spun reprezentanţii Melrose.

Anul trecut, compania a avut o cifră de afaceri de 150 de milioane de lire sterline. mai mult

RIA Novosti: Lithuania to build Amber pipeline without Russia – paper

Lithuanian gas company Lietuvos Dujos and Polish Gaz System signed on Monday a memorandum on the construction of the Amber pipeline, which was abandoned by Russian oil giant Gazprom in favor of the Nord Stream pipeline, Kommersant business daily said on Tuesday.

The proposed 460 kilometer pipeline has a capacity of 5 billion cubic meters of gas a year and will run from Lithuania to Poland, connecting the Baltic states with the EU gas transport system and bypassing Russia

The Financial director of Lietuvos Dujos expects half of the preliminary work for the project to be funded by the European Commission and the rest of the money to come from participants in the project.

The memorandum stipulates conducting a pre-feasibility study of the project, including current and expected demand for natural gas in the region, supply sources and market prices.

The study will be handed over to the European Commission in early 2011 and a final decision will then be made on the feasibility of the pipeline construction. Poland believes the pipeline may be built by 2015.

Amber may become part of a pipeline network connecting the Baltic countries, known as the Baltic Energy Market Interconnection Plan.

Novinite: Minister Hopes to Start Nabucco with Bulgaria-Turkey Pipe in 1 Year

The start of the EU-sponsored gas transit pipeline Nabucco should be given with the construction of of a gas network connection between Bulgaria and Turkey within one year, according to Economy Minister Traikov.

Traikov, who spoke Monday on the occasion of his first year in office, declared that the gas pipeline between Bulgaria and Turkey will be funded by the EU with EUR 200 M provided under the EU plan for economic recovery.

He set as a goal for himself to give the start of the construction of new pipe before the end of his second year in office, and explicitly pointed out that the new pipeline will be built in accordance with the requirements for Nabucco so that it can become the first completed and operational section of the future large-scale pipeline project Nabucco which is supposed to bring Middle Eastern and Caspian natural gas to the EU by going around Russia.

Traikov also announced that the parameters of the connection between the gas transport networks of Bulgaria and Greece were currently being renegotiated because the project drafted by the previous government did not protect Bulgaria’s best interest.

He pointed out that the future Bulgaria-Greece pipeline will probably be owned by a joint Bulgarian-Greek company.

Bulgaria took up several projects to link its gas network to that of its neighbors after the Russian-Ukrainian gas crisis of January 2009 exposed the country’s vulnerability because it receives over 90% of its natural gas from one supplier – Russia’s Gazprom.

apa.az: Construction of Bulgaria-Turkey gas pipeline within framework of Nabucco project to start in a year

Baku. Rashad Suleymanov – APA-ECONOMICS. The construction of Bulgaria-Turkey gas pipeline within the framework of Nabucco gas pipeline project will start in a year, Bulgaria’s Economy Minister Traicho Traykov said, APA-ECONOMICS reports.

Minister said the European Union will allocate €200 million on the project. The new pipeline will completely meet the requirements set for Nabucco.

According to Traicho Traykov, the project on coordinating gas transportation networks of Bulgaria and Greece is being reviewed, as the project prepared by the previous government did not meet the interests of Bulgaria.

The Nabucco pipeline is a planned natural gas pipeline that will transport the Caspian natural gas from Turkey to Austria, via Bulgaria, Romania, and Hungary. OMV of Austria, MOL of Hungary, Bulgargaz of Bulgaria, Transgaz of Romania, RWE of Germany and BOTAŞ of Turkey joined Nabucco Gas Pipeline International GmbH consortium. Total investment cost of the project was increased recently from 4.6 billion euro to 7.9 billion euro (12.3 billion USD). The total length of the pipeline is 3,300 kilometers. First part of natural gas is planned to be pumped in 2013.

trend.az: Bulgaria keen to launch building Nabucco gas pipeline section

Construction of the Nabucco gas pipeline, designed to transport gas from the Caspian region and the Middle East to the EU countries, will launch in a year along with the construction of a co-uniting gas network between Bulgaria and Turkey, Sofia News Agency reported citing Bulgaria’s Economy Minister Traicho Traikov.

Traikov said the EU will finance the construction of the gas pipeline between Bulgaria and Turkey in the amount of 200 million euros as part of the EU plan on economic rehabilitation.

The establishing of the Bulgaria-Turkey natural gas pipeline should become the first functioning part of the EU project for the Nabucco pipeline, Traikov said earlier at a meeting with representatives of the senior management of the Austrian company OMV AG, which is one of the partners in the project, and with the CEO of the international project company Nabucco Gas Pipeline International, Reinhard Mitschek, in July.

The new pipeline will be built in accordance with terms of the project and the Bulgaria-Turkey gas pipeline might become the first completed and active part of the future European gas pipeline.

Nabucco gas pipeline project is worth €7.9 billion. Construction of gas pipeline is planned to be launched in 2011, the first supplies – in 2014. Maximal capacity of the pipeline will hit 31 billion cubic meters per year.

Construction of the Nabucco pipeline will be implemented in two main phases. The first phase of construction (2011) includes laying a new pipeline length of 2,000 kilometers, starting at the Turkish border and ending in Austria’s Baumgarten. The second phase (2014-2015 year) includes the construction of the remainder of the pipeline on the border between Turkey and Georgia, as well as Turkey and Iraq.

Construction of the first section of Nabucco length of 2.730 kilometers will begin in the southern part of Ankara (Turkey) and will continue in the western direction to the Bulgarian border through Central Anatolia and the Marmara Sea. 75 percent of the route will pass through existing pipelines.

Nabucco participants are the Austrian OMV, Hungarian MOL, Bulgarian Bulgargaz, Romanian Transgaz, Turkish Botas and German RWE. Each has an equal 16.67-percent share.

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