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    Potpis Rusa i Bugara na “Južni tok“

    7. jul 2010. | 09:05 | Izvor: Beta

    Moskva/Sofija -- Rusija i Bugarska će ove sedmice potpisati protokol o realizaciji gasovoda Južni tok, kaže bugarski premijer Bojko Borisov.

    Premijer Bugarske Bojko Borisov je kazao da između Rusije i Bugarske ne postoje sporna pitanja o izgradnji gasovoda.

    Prema njegovim rečima, usaglašena je mogućnost korišćenja postojećeg gasovoda na teritoriji Bugarske za potrebe Južnog toka, dodajući da već 2015. godine gasovod može da počne da funkcioniše.

    "Projekat izgradnje Južnog toka je skoro sasvim spreman, a konkretni korak njegove realizacije biće potpisivanje 'putne mape'. Uradićemo tako da od projekta imaju koristi i Rusija i Bugarska", rekao je prvi potpredsednik ruske vlade Viktor Zubkov.

    Zubkov je naglasio da je potrebno brzo rešavanja organizacionih pitanja, kao što su osnivanje projektantskog preduzeća i izučavanje trase gasovoda.

    Istovremeno, ruski mediji prenose da su ruska i bugarska strana usaglasile "putne mape" oko izgradnje Južnog toka i nuklearne elektrane Belene.

    Borisov je kazao da su i Južni tok i nuklearna centrala Belene od velike koristi za Bugarsku, posebno u uslovima ekonomske krize. On je dodao je da će ti projekti otvoriti još oko 10.000 radnih mesta, u Bugarskoj i Rusiji.

    Ruska agencija RBC navela je se reči bugarskog premijera mogu oceniti kao pozitivan signal za saradnju dve zemlje, jer su se energetski odnosi Rusije i Bugarske značajno zategnuti posle dolaska nove vlade u Sofiji u avgustu prošle godine.

    Bugarska vlada je faktički bila zamrzla projekat izgradnje naftovoda Burgas-Aleksandropolis, u kojem učestvuju Transnjeft, Rosnjeft i Gaspromnjeft, a izrazila sumnju i u svrsishodnost izgradnje centrale u Belenima, koju treba da realizuje Atomstrojeksport.

    U međuvremenu, ruski mediji su pisali da je Gasprom pregovarao sa Rumunijom o izgradnji Južnog toka preko njene teritorije umesto Bugarske. Izvršni direktor ruskog holdinga Aleksej Miler je ranie rekao da je rumunska strana principijelno pristala da se priključi Južnom toku i da je usvojila sve potrebne odluke.

    Miler je tada konstatovao da Gasprom ne vidi da je Bugarska zainteresovana za ucešće u "Južnom toku", za razliku od Rumunije i Makedonije.

    Budući magistralni gasovod Južni tok, zajednički projekat Gasproma i italijanskog Enija, trebalo bi da prenosi ruski gas ispod Crnog mora, cevovodom dugim 900 kilometara, do Bugarske i preko Srbije do drugih evropskih zemalja.

    Vrednost investicije je procenjena na 20 milijardi evra, kapacitet gasovoda trebalo bi da bude 63 milijarde kubnih metara godišnje, početak izgradnje predvidjen je u 2013. godini, a rok za završetak radova je kraj 2015. godine.

    Međudržavni sporazumi o izgradnji Južnog toka potpisani su sa Bugarskom, Srbijom, Mađarskom, Grčkom, Slovenijom, Hrvatskom i Austrijom.

    http://www.b92.net/biz/vesti/region.php?yyyy=2010&mm=07&dd=07&nav_id=443833



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    Bulgaria Agrees to Host South Stream Pipeline

    07 July 2010

    By Anatoly Medetsky

    Bulgaria ended a yearlong timeout Tuesday and agreed to move forward on hosting a stretch of the Gazprom-backed South Stream pipeline, a deal Prime Minister Boiko Borisov said would be two or three times more profitable for his country than first estimated.

    Borisov may have exaggerated the potential benefits to glean political support for the project's smooth development, an analyst said, but Russia most likely did offer additional rewards to gain the government's support.

    The announcement came days after Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Borisov spoke by telephone, and weeks after Gazprom said June 16 that it was looking at another Black Sea country, Romania, as an alternative partner for the undersea pipeline.

    “Having come to terms on the outstanding issues, we are increasing the profitability of the South Stream project for Bulgaria twofold or threefold,” Borisov said, Interfax reported.

    Moscow and Sofia will finish drawing a “road map” on Thursday to move toward setting up a joint company that would conduct a feasibility study, he said.

    Borisov made the statements after talks with Russia's First Deputy Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov, who is chairman of state-controlled Gazprom, and Gazprom's deputy chief Alexander Medvedev.

    “We will make this project beneficial both for Bulgaria and Russia,” Zubkov said.

    South Stream, a joint venture between Gazprom and Italy's Eni, is designed to snap Russia's dependence on Ukraine as the principal route for its gas exports to the European Union. The pipeline will have the capacity to carry 63 billion cubic meters of gas across the Black Sea, surfacing in Bulgaria and bifurcating to snake on overland to Italy and Austria.

    Talk of soaring benefits for Bulgaria is cover for Borisov to shepherd the project through his coalition Cabinet, where other members may still be doubtful of the plan, said Dmitry Abzalov, an energy expert at the Center for Political Studies, a think tank.

    Gazprom probably did sweeten the deal by agreeing to buy more pipeline work from local contractors and ceding to Bulgaria a greater portion of potential receipts from the local sales of the gas that will travel in the pipeline, he said.

    “Gazprom traditionally insists that it get most of the revenue,” Abzalov said. “It most likely offered Bulgaria special terms.”

    All in all, the rewards would bump up Bulgaria's revenues by 30 percent to 40 percent, he said.


    Gazprom declined comment Tuesday afternoon. A spokeswoman for the Bulgarian government requested that questions be sent by e-mail, but the message went unanswered Tuesday.

    Gazprom combined the carrot for Bulgaria with a stick, which was its threat to lay the pipeline through Romania instead, Abzalov said.

    “That was one of the rare, utterly effective decisions by Gazprom. It was media-borne pressure,” he said, adding that talks with Romania had been difficult because of political disagreements over Moldova.

    Russia stations troops in Transdnestr, a breakaway region of the Romanian-speaking country, saying they support peace after violent clashes during an independence bid in the 1990s.

    Borisov also said Bulgaria would wait until September to decide on the planned 4 billion euro ($5 billion) Belene nuclear plant. Russia's state-run Atomstroiexport had begun building the facility before Sofia suspended the deal for more considerations.

    http://www.themoscowtimes.com/business/article/bulgaria-agrees-to-host-south-stream-pipeline/409864.html

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    Nema sumnje da je ta bivsa gorila Borisov americki covek, ali toliko da je lud pa da u situaciji kad zemlja vapi za investicijama odbije tako nesto, ipak nije.
    Radi ono u cemu si dobar, a ne ono za mislis da si dobar

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    Ima tema.

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    Citat Original postavio Вуја Pogledaj poruku
    Nema sumnje da je ta bivsa gorila Borisov americki covek, ali toliko da je lud pa da u situaciji kad zemlja vapi za investicijama odbije tako nesto, ipak nije.
    Exactly. Borisov is a pragmatic in the first place.

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    Borisov:Srbija partner za NE Belene

    7. jul 2010. | 10:01 | Izvor: Tanjug

    Sofija -- Srbija će biti partner u izgradnji druge bugarske nuklearne centrale Belene, kazao je bugarski premijer Bojko Borisov.

    On je rekao da se nada da će do septembra biti jasni rezultati intenzivnih razgovora koje u vezi sa izgradnjom nuklearke vodi sa komesarom EU za energetiku Ginterom Etingerom i srpskim premijerom Mirkom Cvetkovićem.

    Borisov je ruskom vicepremijeru Viktoru Zubkovu postavio uslov da se cena za Belene smanji za 40 procenata, ističući da je septembar rok do kada i ruska i bugarska strana treba da razjasne sva nerešena pitanja u vezi sa gradnjom nuklearke.

    Zubkov je, međutim, rekao da takav rok ne postoji jer su sve primedbe, a bilo ih je oko 8.000, dobile odgovore. „Pripremljena je dokumentacija za realizaciju ovog projekta. Reč je o najbolje razrađenom projektu u čitavom svetu“, naglasio je ruski vicepremijer.

    Ugovor o izgradnji Belena potpisan je početkom 2008. godine. Investitor sa bugarske strane je Nacionalna elektroenergetska kompanija (NEK), a izvođač – ruski Atomstrojeksport (ASE).

    Vrednost ugovora iznosi 3.997 milijardi evra, a predviđa izgradnju tzv. nuklearnog ostrva po sistemu ključ u ruke, razradu tehnologije, isporuku dva hiljadumegavatna reaktora i montiranje opreme u samoj centrali.

    U cenu ne ulazi izgradnja podstanice i njeno povezivanje sa energetskom mrežom, što se prema stručnjacima procenju na oko dve milijarde evra.

    http://www.b92.net/biz/vesti/region.php?yyyy=2010&mm=07&dd=07&nav_id=443818

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    Citat Original postavio duhvs Pogledaj poruku
    Ima tema.
    I won't define this theme as a serious attempt for discussion about this Russian-Bulgarian agreement. It is rather an attempt to inflame a nationalist conflict through insulting attitude towards the Bulgarians. By the way, this topic is locked.

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    Bulgaria Agrees to Host South Stream Pipeline

    07 July 2010

    By Anatoly Medetsky

    Bulgaria ended a yearlong timeout Tuesday and agreed to move forward on hosting a stretch of the Gazprom-backed South Stream pipeline, a deal Prime Minister Boiko Borisov said would be two or three times more profitable for his country than first estimated.

    Borisov may have exaggerated the potential benefits to glean political support for the project's smooth development, an analyst said, but Russia most likely did offer additional rewards to gain the government's support.

    The announcement came days after Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Borisov spoke by telephone, and weeks after Gazprom said June 16 that it was looking at another Black Sea country, Romania, as an alternative partner for the undersea pipeline.

    “Having come to terms on the outstanding issues, we are increasing the profitability of the South Stream project for Bulgaria twofold or threefold,” Borisov said, Interfax reported.

    Moscow and Sofia will finish drawing a “road map” on Thursday to move toward setting up a joint company that would conduct a feasibility study, he said.

    Borisov made the statements after talks with Russia's First Deputy Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov, who is chairman of state-controlled Gazprom, and Gazprom's deputy chief Alexander Medvedev.

    “We will make this project beneficial both for Bulgaria and Russia,” Zubkov said.

    South Stream, a joint venture between Gazprom and Italy's Eni, is designed to snap Russia's dependence on Ukraine as the principal route for its gas exports to the European Union. The pipeline will have the capacity to carry 63 billion cubic meters of gas across the Black Sea, surfacing in Bulgaria and bifurcating to snake on overland to Italy and Austria.

    Talk of soaring benefits for Bulgaria is cover for Borisov to shepherd the project through his coalition Cabinet, where other members may still be doubtful of the plan, said Dmitry Abzalov, an energy expert at the Center for Political Studies, a think tank.

    Gazprom probably did sweeten the deal by agreeing to buy more pipeline work from local contractors and ceding to Bulgaria a greater portion of potential receipts from the local sales of the gas that will travel in the pipeline, he said.

    “Gazprom traditionally insists that it get most of the revenue,” Abzalov said. “It most likely offered Bulgaria special terms.”

    All in all, the rewards would bump up Bulgaria's revenues by 30 percent to 40 percent, he said.


    Gazprom declined comment Tuesday afternoon. A spokeswoman for the Bulgarian government requested that questions be sent by e-mail, but the message went unanswered Tuesday.

    Gazprom combined the carrot for Bulgaria with a stick, which was its threat to lay the pipeline through Romania instead, Abzalov said.

    “That was one of the rare, utterly effective decisions by Gazprom. It was media-borne pressure,” he said, adding that talks with Romania had been difficult because of political disagreements over Moldova.

    Russia stations troops in Transdnestr, a breakaway region of the Romanian-speaking country, saying they support peace after violent clashes during an independence bid in the 1990s.

    Borisov also said Bulgaria would wait until September to decide on the planned 4 billion euro ($5 billion) Belene nuclear plant. Russia's state-run Atomstroiexport had begun building the facility before Sofia suspended the deal for more considerations.

    http://www.themoscowtimes.com/business/article/bulgaria-agrees-to-host-south-stream-pipeline/409864.html
    ...i žena premijera Borisova je neozledjena puštena od strane neimenovanih kidnapera......

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