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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Rusia creste din nou ca si putere energetica: Romania Sufera de lipsa Scolilor Vocationale Industriale

Noutati din pacate, rele pentru Romania: Rusia isi extinde reteaua de gazoducte in Romania, Ungaria si Bulgaria; se numeste South Stream, si este mana dreapta a GAZPROM-ului, cea mai puternica companie de gaze din lume. Si o face in detrimentul Nobucco, proiect de gazoducte care intentioneaza ca sa evite dependenta Europei de Est (inclusiv Vest, a Austriei) de Rusia si politica lui Putin. Marele monstru de carbohidrati; GAZPROMUL, vrea ca sa-si gaseasca calea si prin Romania, Ungaria, Grecia, si Bulgaria. Postez aici o analiza reprodusa din Financial Times (doar daca esti abonat poti obtine info aferente) asupra acestei situatii, si lipsa de actiune, ori utilizare al acestui fapt in favoarea Romanilor. Inca un minus in portofoliul regimului Basescu: From: http://www.ziare.com/international/rusia/opinii-ce-inseamna-south-stream-pentru-romania-1011544 Proiect fara Romania
La ora asta, pare evident ca nu vom participa la South Stream. Nici nu ne-am dorit-o foarte tare.{ Ce le pasa politicienilor din Romania ca oamenii mor de frig, si de iarna grea care tocmai a trecut...hehehe, isi permit dorobantenii, caci primesc imprumuturi grase de la IMF doar}. Si nici rusii nu sunt prea "incalziti" de ideea aceasta, Rusii care ar folosi doar ca ultima varianta colaborarea cu un stat cu care nu se afla in cele mai bune relatii. Cel mult, Romania va participa undeva in viitorul nebulos, printr-o ramificatie din Bulgaria sau din Marea Neagra. Cel mult. Asta in ciuda faptului ca au existat zvonuri ca vom fi parte, poate opozitia insista in acest sens, gandindu-se la iarna viitoare.
De fapt, au fost mai mult sperietori pentru Bulgaria, cea pe teritoriul careia South Stream va iesi din Marea Neagra si care ,,tinea la pret'' in negocierile cu rusii. Nu ca noi, care nici nu vrem ca sa negociem; doar stim sa dam cu Sic din Isarlik.
Desi presedintele Traian Basescu credea ca e mai bine sa opteze pentru proiectul concurent, Nabucco: nu ar fi fost deloc rau ca South Stream sa ne strabata teritoriul. In primul rand, asta ar fi insemnat ca primeam sume consistente pentru gazduirea conductelor de gaze. Sau rusii ne-ar fi redus din pretul gazelor in contul acestor bani. Apoi, ar exista avantajul ca Romania sa devina un nod energetic important. Avantaj care s-ar dubla in cazul in care si gazoductul Nobucco ar fi construit. Nu in ultimul rand, pierdem beneficiul pe care ti-l asigura faptul ca poti controla conductele ce trec pe teritoriul tau. Ucraina a aratat ce poate face cand are acest atu, in timpul crizelor gazului.
Ucraineeni au luat gaz, chiar cand Rusii au incercat ca sa-l blocheze.
Nabucco si geopolitica Faptul ca South Stream va fi realizat impiedica in oarecare masura constructia gazoductului Nabucco, cel care trebuia sa aduca gaze din Asia Centrala si Orientul Apropiat. De retinut, ocolind Rusia, ceea ce ar insemna o slabirea a dependentei energetice a Europei fata de statul condus de Putin si Medvedev. Nabucco e mai greu de realizat din doua motive. In primul rand, South Stream va folosi o mare parte din gazele de provenienta central-asiatica pe care mizau suporterii proiectului anti-rusesc. "Este inutil si periculos sa construiesti un gazoduct fara sa ai mai intai contracte de furnizare a gazelor'', avertiza insusi premierul rus Vladimir Putin. Apoi, e posibil ca cererea de gaze sa nu fie atat de mare incat consumatorii europeni sa aiba nevoie de doua surse de aprovizionare. Astea sunt vesti proaste pentru Romania, care a mizat aproape excusiv pe cartea Nabucco. Acest proiect ar aduce nu numai beneficiile pe care le-am enumerat pentru South Stream, dar si ceva in plus. In primul rand economic. Am putea plati mai putin daca primim gaze prin Nabucco si am avea si avantajul ca nu ar trebui sa mai stam la bunul plac al negocierilor cu furnizorul unic - compania ruseasca Gazprom. In plus, ne-am asigura ca nu ramanem fara gaze in plina iarna, daca am avea o noua intrerupere a livrarilor. Pe plan geopolitic, South Stream si posibila abandonare a Nabucco inseamna o intarire a pozitiei Rusiei in regiune. Adaugat la trecerea Ucrainei la un regim rusofil care deja a prelungit sederea in Crimeea a flotei ruse si a vandut Gazprom o mare parte a retelei de gazoducte. Noi trebuie sa intelegem ca in contextul actual ascensiunea puterii rusesti nu ne avantajeaza. Din simplul motiv ca rusii nu ne privesc cu cei mai buni ochi. Sprijinul romanesc pentru Nabucco, instalarea elementelor scutului anti racheta al SUA in Romania, dar si politica romaneasca in spatiul ex-sovietic irita Rusia la maxim. Acum South Stream reprezinta noul atu al Kremlinului. Lucrul asta nu ar trebui sa ne sperie, dar cu siguranta nu ne avantajeaza." Da, sigur ca ne sperie, zic eu {olga Lazin} cand populatia Romana sufera ierni naprasnice, iar oamenii mor in casele lor. Ar trebui ca sa le pese...macar putin, asa din umanitate. Dar astia sunt monstrii. Si asa a ales Rusia o companie de stat din Grecia; cel putin Grecii sunt mai inclinati ca sa negocieze cu Putin, si 'mai necajiti' ca si Romanii. Gazprom eyes Greek state gas company
March 16, 2012 de catre Isabel Gorst, Financial Times
Whoever wins the privatisation auction of Depa, the Greek state gas group, this month, will be able to influence EU-backed plans to transport Caspian gas to Europe and reduce dependence on Russian energy supplies. So it should come as no surprise that Gazprom, the Russian gas monopoly, on Friday confirmed that it was considering throwing its hat in the ring and placing a bid for Depa. Greece has invited bids for a stake in Depa, where the state holds 68 per cent, and Desfa, the Greek gas pipeline operator, as part of a plan to raise €19bn through privatisations to reduce its crippling debts. The sale will take place at the end of this month and is expected to raise around €2bn. Greece is not a big gas market, and is unlikely to grow given the dire state of the country’s finances. But the Depa sale is expected to attract several bidders interested in Greece’s strategic role as a hub for pipelines carrying gas to Europe. The EU, aiming to reduce dependence on Russian gas, is backing the so called Southern Corridor, the Nabucco project, to transport Caspian gas to Europe crossing Caucasus, Turkey and Greece on the way. Gazprom is also looking to Greece as a gas transit route. Part of Russia’s planned South Stream pipeline to carry extra Russian gas to Europe would cross Greek territory. Gazprom has built strong relations with Greece since entering a 50:50 joint venture with Greece called Prometheus Gas in 1991 that now handles about two-thirds of Greek gas supplies. Alexei Miller, the chief executive of Gazprom, met Dimitrios Copelouzos, the managing director of Prometheus Gas, in Moscow on Friday for talks about Russian-Greek energy cooperation. The two men also discussed the possibility of Gazprom placing a bid for Depa, Gazprom said in a statement. Several other gas companies are understood to be interested in buying Depa each one with a different agenda. Eni of Italy, Gazprom’s partner in South Stream, is expected to join the fray. So is Socar, the state oil company of Azerbaijan, the main gas supplier for the Southern Corridor. Algeria’s Sonatrach, which supplies LNG to Greece, made also a bid, along with a number of European utilities. So Gazprom may have to offer a high price and use all the political leverage it can find if it is to run away with the Depa prize.
http://blogs.ft.com/beyond-brics/2012/03/16/gazprom-eyes-greek-state-gas-company/ -- De asemeni, nu exista scoli industrile, miniere, de prelucrare a metalelor pretioase/nepretioase/secretariale. Au fost desfiintate. Nu mai exista scoli de unde studentii reuseau sa mearga direct si sa participe la productie. Ce nemernicie. va rog participati la discutie pe LinkedIn. Multumiri. Continuation of this discussion, on LinkedIn Groups * Group: American- Romanian Chamber of Commerce Consulting Group
* Discussion: Why aren't there any more vocational schools in Romania? The government only cares about politics, has cut totally funding for Education. PSD (party in power) is putrid. Everybody comes to the United States. Why is that? Hi Olga. Right, it is an idea. My mail is barbulescuster@gmail.com. And to have these vocational schools at all levels (not only limited at highly technical skills). I have had the experience of being asked why universities and high schools in Romania do not have a more practical approach in their curriculae. I mean, a fresh graduate has a lot of knowledge (if he did his homework right :))) ) about a little bit of everything but you will not be able to use him in a way of ... let's just say, to hit the ground running. They must be schooled and trained by a company for months in a row before even starting to work. Posted by Dan Barbulescu

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