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thomas11
17-11-11, 16:07
People who’re lobbing the Nabucco project are no more than traitors which are forcing the EU to finance useless project while Europe is rolling down to the crisis. British press agencies have already published the report which says that Europe in 10-15 years will not have a need in Nabucco pipeline because of the lack of economic growth. In other words Europe just doesn’t have money to carry out the Nabucco project till the end. IMHO it would be more profitable to pay for real gas going through the Nord Stream than to invest money to a priori useless Nabucco project. Thus I can draw only one conclusion: people who are lobbing Nabucco are pretty interested in the failure of the European economy and the EU breakup.

Yetos
17-11-11, 20:29
wow strong Thread and in correct time.

Anton, Bear's den
17-11-11, 20:54
People who’re lobbing the Nabucco project are no more than traitors which are forcing the EU to finance useless project while Europe is rolling down to the crisis. British press agencies have already published the report which says that Europe in 10-15 years will not have a need in Nabucco pipeline because of the lack of economic growth. In other words Europe just doesn’t have money to carry out the Nabucco project till the end. IMHO it would be more profitable to pay for real gas going through the Nord Stream than to invest money to a priori useless Nabucco project. Thus I can draw only one conclusion: people who are lobbing Nabucco are pretty interested in the failure of the European economy and the EU breakup.

100% agree :grin:

jmj
17-11-11, 21:06
Have no idea...

wolves
21-11-11, 00:16
Hello Thomas,

You wrote that "British press agencies have already published the report which says that Europe in 10-15 years will not have a need in Nabucco pipeline because of the lack of economic growth." Which report is this? Can you provide a link.

Is your issue just with Nabucco or all Southern Corridor pipeline? Are you in favour of Europe continuing to be dependent on Russian gas and oil indexed gas contracts that will see rising gas bills in Western Europe?

Wolves

Yetos
21-11-11, 00:50
for those who dot know the area is full of hypothetical pipeline and only 1 finished and 1 is about,

South stream
IGI
TAP
Nabucco
SEEP

and in IOBE is also suggested and searching a Maritsa-Patra and a Crete-Thessaloniki with possible connection with Attaleia if agrrement with Turkey succeed

the case of Nabucco and south stream is most a war from old times cold War,

the problem is that the sach Deniz gas soon will not be enough for turkey, how come to Europe,
so turkey must soon cooper with Israel and Cyprus in East mediterrenean,
and with Greece in its west sides,
Nabucco is a very old project thay costed enough and might be used as an alternate road and not as a main road,
IGI and a connection with South-stream Russian+others and the Turkish-Azer cooperation pipe line system while the East meditterenean near future production might be a good solution, a coonection with Maritsa connects Albania and a big stream from Makedonia to FyroM to Serbia or Kossovo and from there spread might be a good solution, leaving behind the Nabucco and the SEEP as a second road alternate pipeline,
remember that IGI is a must since can supply Italy to Europe many alternate gas sources like Cyprus Turkey Egypt Israel etc

in fact the attack on Cyprus Credit ability was a mistake since already is about to become like emirates and revealed who is Behind Euro-attack,
and who is pushing Euro-crisis,
the rest is for those who know,