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Post by rumbeando on Wed May 02, 2018 2:51 pm

Russia remained the top crude oil supplier to China in January, data showed, beginning 2018 on a strong note after the start-up of an expanded trans-Siberia pipeline and as Beijing released more crude import quotas to independent refiners.

Russian supplies came in at 5.67 million tonnes, or 1.34 million barrels per day (bpd), up 23.4 percent from a year earlier, data from the Chinese General Administration of Customs showed on Saturday.

Drži 14% kineskog tržišta prema podacima iz iste vesti, što je udeo duplo manji nego na tržištu EU u 2017.

China’s total crude oil imports last month soared 20 percent from the same month a year earlier to a record rate of 9.57 million barrels per day

A to da će udeo na tržištu EU opadati je prilično sigurno.

Evo jedne vesti iz februara:
The quality of Russia’s flagship Urals oil grade has deteriorated so much that multiple buyers are reviewing how much they buy and the price they are willing to pay for it, according to traders and sources close to European refiners.
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Miroslaw Kochalski, vice-president of PKN Orlen, Poland’s biggest refiner, told Reuters in an interview that the changing quality of the Urals his company buys could influence future deals. “It opens room for negotiations with partners, also regarding price conditions,” Kochalski said.

According to the industry sources who spoke to Reuters, that position is shared by others in the industry who buy Urals crude.
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Data on Urals chemical composition, obtained by Reuters from industry sources, showed the oil exported to Europe this month is near the bottom end of the quality range allowed under a standard set by Russia’s state standards agency Rosstandart.
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“We can’t refine this (oil),” a trader at a European company said. “There is only one way out, which is to cut Urals purchases and get supplies of lighter grades for blending.”

At least five traders said they believed Urals was being affected because better-quality types of oil that would previously have been mixed into Urals were being diverted instead eastwards and incorporated into the ESPO blend exported to China and other Asian markets.

https://www.reuters.com/article/russia-oil-urals-quality/europe-shuns-russian-oil-as-boost-of-chinese-flows-hits-quality-idUSL8N1PS0KH

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Post by Zuper on Wed May 02, 2018 3:05 pm

Tacno tako.
Prioritet je Kina, kao sto sam napisao.

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Post by Zuper on Thu May 03, 2018 10:08 pm

Logicno


Misplaced Fears Over Nord Stream 2


Klaus Schäfer is the Chief Executive Officer of Uniper.
Mario Mehren is the Chief Executive Officer of Wintershall.
Rainer Seele is the Chief Executive Officer of OMV.



The proposed Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline is generating a spirited debate on both sides of the Atlantic. But debates should be guided by facts, not fearmongering, which seems to be the preferred tool of the project’s opponents.
Nord Stream 2 Is Not a Russian Political Weapon
This pipeline is a commercial project that Europe needs to ensure its own energy security at competitive prices for decades to come. It is supported by relevant European partners and underwritten by five Western energy companies, including ours. Our companies are not tools of any foreign government—BASF/Wintershall, OMV and Uniper are publicly-traded entities with shareholders who expect prudent investments. We have an obligation to ensure security of supply and competitive gas prices for our customers.
The European gas market has both modernized and liberalized over the last decade. Nord Stream 2 represents an important extension of existing import routes, and its construction is precisely in line with the aims of the European Energy Union and a strengthened internal gas market in Europe. The Third Energy Package put in place a well-developed, intra-European framework of hubs that allows gas to flow freely in multiple directions from a variety of points of origin. Europe’s gas market today allows European consumers to buy gas from whomever they wish and simply does not allow any supplier to block access to the market. Moreover, if any supplier determined to cut off flows of gas (and suffer the stiff economic penalties for doing so), having additional supply corridors would help ensure that every location in Europe could still be supplied through the hub system. In other words, the notion that Russia could use gas as a weapon—even if it wanted to—is simply a hoax.
To the Contrary, Russia Must Compete for Market Share
Due to the competitive nature of the EU market, Russian gas must be priced competitively and delivered reliably to compete with other options that Europeans now have for gas, including its own domestic supply, gas from the Middle East, and liquefied natural gas (LNG). At this time, LNG, which requires time to ship and then regasification and storage once it reaches a European port, is often not as economically attractive as piped gas, but those conditions might change over time based on the principle of supply and demand. Nord Stream 2 simply provides another option for consumers and increases competition. Competition between suppliers helps keep prices down, which is what a healthy market for a fungible product dictates.
Europe Needs Piped Gas
Unlike the United States, Europe does not have vast reserves of natural gas to supply its energy needs. While today European production (primarily in the North Sea via Norway and the Netherlands) is an important source of natural gas for the continent, that production is dropping rapidly as those old fields deplete. Meanwhile, demand is steadily rising and will continue to do so over time, with experts forecasting that Europe will need an additional 120 billion cubic meters (bcm) of imported gas by 2035. No credible expert disputes that rising demand coupled with a decrease in domestic production means that Europe's import needs will only continue to grow.
Russian piped gas, which is more competitive than LNG, is thus critical for Europe—whether that gas flows through Ukraine, Poland or underneath the Baltic Sea to Germany. Of those routes, Nord Stream 2 connects directly to Western Europe and with limited transit risks. But we do not depend solely on Russian sources for our gas—we also need and consume gas from other sources, including Norway and via more LNG imports. We expect to continue purchasing gas from all those sources, even with Nord Stream 2, as the domestic supply/demand gap widens.
Some have also mistakenly claimed that the current Nord Stream 1 pipeline is underutilized to argue that there is no need for Nord Stream 2. This is blatantly untrue. Each year since coming online, Nord Stream 1 has taken on more and more capacity, underscoring the increasing need for gas in Europe that Nord Stream 2 will help to supply. Nord Stream 1 was utilized at 93 percent in 2017, and to date in 2018 has been used at full capacity.
Nord Stream 2 Will Not Mean the End of Gas Transit through Ukraine
The notion that Nord Stream 2 will mean the loss of all transit fees for Ukraine is patently false. In 2017, European buyers imported over 170 bcm of gas from Russia, 93 bcm of which came via Ukraine, 30 bcm via Poland and 51 bcm via Nord Stream 1. Nord Stream 2, with a maximum capacity of 55 bcm, obviously cannot replace 123 bcm transported through Ukraine and Poland, especially with demand expected to rise. Europe will continue to need gas through the Ukrainian supply route. Moreover, Germany and the EU are committed to ensuring Ukraine’s place as a European gas partner. But placing all the proverbial eggs in the basket of Ukrainian transit is beyond foolhardy—in addition to not having enough capacity to meet European needs, the Ukrainian system’s age and Naftogaz’s lack of investment in infrastructure provide the opposite of “energy security.”
Nord Stream 2 Is Critical to Support Europe's Environmental, Sustainability and Climate Goals

A bigger share of natural gas in the European energy mix is prerequisite for achieving any climate goals, and Nord Stream 2 delivers a sustainable contribution to the EU’s energy targets. A low-emission European economy needs gas to replace coal, saving 50 percent in CO2 emissions. Using the pipeline’s 55 bcm to replace coal would save 160 million tons of CO2 per year, equal to the combined emissions of Sweden, Finland and the Baltic States or the emissions of 30 million cars. The pipeline will also enable environmentally friendly gas transport, saving up to 44.6 million tons of CO2 in comparison with LNG (equivalent to 600–700 tankers). Finally, environmental impact from offshore construction is minor, locally limited and short-term only.
Nord Stream 2 provides another reliable route for transporting gas to Europe, nothing more, nothing less. Having an additional pipeline means more supply options, greater competition and enhanced energy security, all of which benefit European gas customers and the overall European economy, as well as helping to meet Europe’s environmental goals. That’s why our companies have invested in the project and believe so strongly in its successful completion. Nord Stream 2’s principal opponents—Poland and Ukraine—are predominantly interested in transit and so do not have any interest in additional secure transit routes. Fortunately, most Europeans understand that our continent needs as many reliable routes for natural gas as possible.


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Re: Rusija i sve vezano za nju

Post by Летећи Полип on Fri May 04, 2018 7:31 am

Ne vredi. Ne umeš ti da bolduješ ko Gargantua.

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Post by Zuper on Sat May 05, 2018 3:46 pm

В Германии началось строительство участка «Северного потока — 2»

В городе Лубмин в федеральной земле Мекленбург — Передняя Померания начались работы по строительству немецкого участка «Северного потока — 2», передаёт Deutsche Welle со ссылкой на DPA.



Как сообщается, работы по выкапыванию котлована и закладке фундамента для газовой приёмной станции, а также здания техобслуживания начаты, несмотря на то что ещё не все страны одобрили строительство газопровода.

Sto su navalentni svabovi...
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Post by Gargantua on Sat May 05, 2018 4:21 pm

A ovi, umesto da slave vredne cevi ugurane pod vodu, nešto se kurobecaju i hejtuju mudre geopolitičare koji paze na državu, tako im i treba

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Protesti pod nazivom „On nije naš car“ održavaju se u više gradova širom Rusije, a na društvenim mrežama je objavljeno da je na Dalekom istoku i u Sibiru uhapšeno više osoba, što policija nije potvrdila.

Na televizijskim snimcima sa protesta u Moskvi vidi se da policajci iznose Navaljnog sa Puškinovog trga, držeći ga za ruke i noge.
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Post by Zuper on Sat May 05, 2018 5:22 pm

Evo zasto Putin gresi:
Umesto da ugazi to prozapadno rasisticko navalentno govno Navaljnog, koji najgore gadost prica o ljudima iz Centralne Azije, koji drze dobar deo ruske ekonomije, on ga nosi od trga do trga.
E, to nije dobro.
Ali nije cudno sto ga rasisticki degenerici sa zapada podrzavju, to je ocekivano, ali to nije dobro za Rusiju.
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Post by KinderLad on Sat May 05, 2018 5:44 pm

Zuper wrote:Evo zasto Putin gresi:
Umesto da ugazi to prozapadno rasisticko navalentno govno Navaljnog, koji najgore gadost prica o ljudima iz Centralne Azije, koji drze dobar deo ruske ekonomije, on ga nosi od trga do trga.
E, to nije dobro.
Ali nije cudno sto ga rasisticki degenerici sa zapada podrzavju, to je ocekivano, ali to nije dobro za Rusiju.








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Post by Zuper on Sat May 05, 2018 5:56 pm

Meni samo nije jasno zasto je protest par desetina podrzavalaca rasiste u Moskvi vaznije od velikih protesta radnicke klase po Parizu?!
Sta kazu iz b92?
Stvarno razocaravajuce da se od takvih boraca za slobodu podrzava rasista.
Inace primecujem jaci botovski rad kontra Rusije u poslednje vreme. Bas su onako pustili mastu rasizmu i rusofobiji po temama.
Pitam se ko stoji iza toga posto nema kontrareakcije.
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Post by KinderLad on Sat May 05, 2018 6:07 pm

Zuper wrote:Meni samo nije jasno zasto je protest par desetina podrzavalaca rasiste u Moskvi vaznije od velikih protesta radnicke klase po Parizu?!
Sta kazu iz b92?
Stvarno razocaravajuce da se od takvih boraca za slobodu podrzava rasista.
Inace primecujem jaci botovski rad kontra Rusije u poslednje vreme. Bas su onako pustili mastu rasizmu i rusofobiji po temama.
Pitam se ko stoji iza toga posto nema kontrareakcije.

Na koji tacno nacin je podrska ruskom nacionalisti rusofobija?
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Post by Gargantua on Sat May 05, 2018 6:08 pm

A što Zuperu smeta vest o protestima u Rusiji na temi o Rusiji?

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Post by Zuper on Sat May 05, 2018 6:14 pm

Nemama nikakav problem sa time.
Meni samo nije jasno kako to da na navodnim liberalnim medijima se podrzava rasista sa svojih deset sledbenika dok se ignorisu veliki radnicki protesti u Francuskoj?

Takodje mi nije jasno odakle u poslednje vreme sinhronizovana rusofobija po komentarima, jasno botovskog karaktera.
Ko li stoji iza toga?
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Post by Filipenko on Sat May 05, 2018 6:43 pm

"Da je Sloba roknuo Vuka odmah 1991. ili čak pre, u Srbiji bi se lepše živelo."
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Post by Utvara on Sat May 05, 2018 6:45 pm

Posle onoga u Kemerovu, nema više opravdanja za Putinovu Rusiju kao celu, kao društvo. Ono je Afrika, со снегом Нигерия. Kad smo već u pesmama:

Польша - большая империя
Россия - со снегом Нигерия
Мы - шляхта, герои, арийские соколы
Вы - былдо, крестяне, азийские монголы
У нас свобода, счастье и сила
У вас говно, бедность и могила.
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Post by Filipenko on Mon May 07, 2018 9:09 am

Izgleda da je konacno i Srdja Trifkovic shvatio.



Ever since the second Ukrainian crisis erupted in the winter of 2013-2014, to many observers of the Russian scene it was clear that Putin was not a master strategist who plots his moves well ahead of his opponents. As I noted here during my visit to Moscow a month ago, after 18 years in power he has been shockingly unable to sort out the structural deficiencies of Russia’s economy, which is still dominated by corrupt oligarchs and globalist fifth-columnists. At best he is a manager who keeps divergent forces within Moscow’s power structure in balance, rather than a statesman.


Sada moze da se vrati na miru na svoju rezervnu poziciju u Kentakiju, Micigenu ili gde vec i bude ponosan na sina koji gradi vojnu karijeru u pobednickim marincima.






Zanimljiva su neka zapazanja i predikcije. Na primer:


The script was familiar in every detail, including the unwillingness (or inability) of the Kremlin to anticipate and influence events. “In general, Russia acted with incredible caution,” noted a protest-friendly Armenian analyst, which is to say that Russia remained invisible. There was nothing “incredible” about the Kremlin’s inertia, however: Moscow was equally unable or unwilling to exert influence in other color revolution theaters, most notably in Ukraine in 2014. When an openly Russophobic regime came to power in Kiev after the February coup d’etat, Putin merely warned of the “tragic consequences of the wave of so-called color revolutions.”

As we now see, his warning was purely rhetorical. Four years later, with the same old scenario unfolding, he did nothing to prevent the reprise in Armenia—even though its objective was to topple the lawful government of a country (one of very few), which has entered both a military and an economic alliance with the Russian Federation.




Part of the problem, according to an astute British analyst of Serbian origin, is that Russia simply does not understand soft power, its economy is about the size of Spain’s, its nuclear arsenal is useless in localized power ploys, its conventional forces have not impressed anybody, and Putin is too frightened of confronting the West except when things threaten to go over the top (Georgia 2008, Crimea 2014): “Russia is not behaving like a superpower because it isn’t one.”


Putin’s apologists in the Russian media and elsewhere were quick to claim that the change in Yerevan would not mean much in geopolitical terms, supposedly because its causes were “purely internal and any future government would need to rely on Russian protection against Turkey and/or Azerbaijan. With the same dismissive indolence, pro-government media have hardly taken note of the decision of Kazakhstan to discard Cyrillic and adopt Latin as the national language script. They consistently ignore the signs of estrangement of Belarus, where President Lukashenka is quietly trying to make himself grudgingly acceptable to the West . . . just as Montenegro’s Milo Djukanovic had successfully done in the waning days of Milosevic’s power.

(Talking of Montenegro, the Russians invested heavily in the tiny former Yugoslav republic in the early 2000’s, and actively supported its separation from Serbia in 2006, only to be rewarded by the imposition of sanctions by the Djukanovic regime in Podgorica in 2014, and its joining NATO in 2017.)


An additional sign of disorientation and utter feebleness in the Kremlin is the news that former finance minister Alexei Kudrin will be brought back to “mend fences with the West” in order to revive Russia’s economy. Kudrin has repeatedly said that unless Russia makes her political system more democratic and ends its confrontation with Europe and the United States, she will not be able to achieve economic growth....
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Putting Kudrin—an opponent of de-dollarization and an upholder of the Washington Consensus—in charge of Russia’s international outreach would be equal to putting Bill Clinton in charge of a girls' school.  It would mark Putin’s de facto collapse as a leader. We shall know very soon. 


The interventionists believe that it is now time to take advantage of Putin’s weakness by chasing the Russians out of Syria altogether, reopening the Ukrainian front, completing the regime change in Armenia, and encouraging the implosion of the remnant of the Russian-led security and economic alliances. My prediction is that they will also sabotage the FIFA World Cup, which is due to be held in Russia June 14 – July 15, by encouraging their proxies to stage another false-flag operation (which will be blamed on Moscow directly), or to carry out a terrorist attack on one of the competition’s venues.
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Post by Летећи Полип on Mon May 07, 2018 9:49 am

Iseko ga Srđan.
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Post by Gargantua on Mon May 07, 2018 10:08 am

When an openly Russophobic regime came to power in Kiev after the February coup d’etat, Putin merely warned of the “tragic consequences of the wave of so-called color revolutions.”

Osim što je anektirao Krim, razjarcao rat na istoku Ukrajine i dodatno zaoštrio ekonomske odnose.


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Post by Filipenko on Mon May 07, 2018 10:27 am

Zaboravljas da je iz tog/mog/pravnog/ispravnog ugla trebao da uleti u Kijev i zaustavi puc kojim se rusi poredak i stiti ionako krhka ukrajinska demokratija zajedno sa izbornom voljom naroda?
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Re: Rusija i sve vezano za nju

Post by Gargantua on Mon May 07, 2018 10:44 am

Ah da, u stvari ovo "merely" zavisi od prethodne stajne tačke. Iz tvog ugla sve je stvarno "merely".


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Post by Zuper on Mon May 07, 2018 11:44 am

Pozicija Rusije poslednjih par meseci se mora gledati u svetlu SP.

Krimska operacija 2014 je bio ogroman uspeh i veliko iznenadjenje za zapad.

Moze se govoriti i greskama Rusa u Ukrajini pre Majdana, kada su previse pritisli Janukovica, ali su oni iskoristili Majdan za Krim i to tako sto im zapad dao odresene ruke svojim delovanjem tj. tako sto je zapad prekrsio potpisano u Kijevu.
Greska je bila i velika nesreca koja nije iskoriscena a to je ono spaljivanje ljudi u Odesi(pre par dana bila godisnjica) od strane neonacista. Mada kada se pogleda kako se Donbas tesko odrzao onda je pitanje...
Zapad je planirao gradjanski rat u Ukrajini samo na zapadu. Ljudi su zaboravili te dane ali na vrhuncu sukoba na Majdanu, kada je Janukovic poceo da cisti isti, Majdanovci(uglavnom "Desni sektor") su zauzeli granicne prelaze sa Poljskom, nekoliko kasarni na zapadu Ukrajine, Lvov je bio isto preuzet...

Jermenija po svemu vidjenom do sada nije ista prica kao ostale pomenute. Mozda ce se ispostaviti da ce biti ali za sada nije.

Opet Ukrajina mora da se gleda u sirom kontekstu tih godina. Narocito 2013 i Snouden u Rusiji, veliko ponizenje za SAD, pa Vikiliks...plus akcija Rusa u Siriji i sprecavanje bombardovanja, kada je Asad stvarno bio ugrozen vojno.
A onda uletanje Rusa u Ukraniju sa $15 milijardi...

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Post by Zuper on Mon May 07, 2018 11:56 am

Dosao je i taj dan, prikazan je novi sedan...






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Post by Zuper on Mon May 07, 2018 12:40 pm

Merkel, Putin to Meet May 18 in Sochi: German Government
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Post by паће on Mon May 07, 2018 1:39 pm

Седан, преседан, седнеш па преседнеш.


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Re: Rusija i sve vezano za nju

Post by Gargantua on Mon May 07, 2018 1:43 pm

Senat-limuzina, najbrža mašina
Četri metra lima i pet meteri dima

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