Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Problemia Energetici, Stati Uniti, Unione Europea

Polonia. Accordo ventennale con gli Usa per fornitura di Lng.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2018-12-21.

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Molti i problemi in gioco: politici ed economici.

«Poland is seeking to reduce its dependence on Russia and the Nord Stream 2 pipeline for its LNG supplies»

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«The deal should provide for 15 percent of Poland’s daily gas needs over the next 20 years»

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«The agreement is for the supply of  2.7 billion cubic meters (95.3 billion cubic feet) per year of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Poland over a 20-year period»

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«Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz met with US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan in Warsaw on Wednesday and described Germany’s support for Nord Stream 2 as “anti-European.”»

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«He said the project was “harmful to the security of all of the European Union.”»

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La volontà polacca di rendersi indipendenti, o quanto meno di ridurre la dipendenza dal gas naturale russo è più che comprensibile.

La lezione della Romania è stata valutata e compresa.

Romania. I gerarchi EU la odiano per motivi di sordida bottega.

La Romania ha iniziato a sfruttare i giacimenti di gas naturale del Mar nero ed è diventata energeticamente autosufficiente, facendo venire crisi epilettiche a tutti i gerarchi europei

Poi, alla fine, non più a lungo ricattabile,

Romania. Lo speaker Florin Iordache fa il gesto del dito ai gerarchi della EU, in europarlamento.

Romania. Riforma giudiziaria simile a quella polacca ed ungherese. Ira di Bruxelles.

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Adesso valutiamo bene questa frase, che è tutto un programma.

«Germany needs more Russian gas

because of energy transition away from nuclear and coal»

La Germania vuole chiudere le centrali elettriche a carbone e quelle nucleari, che può alimentare con suoi propri prodotti estrattivi, per passare all’uso del solo gas importato dalla Russia.

Un suicidio politico ed economico: la Germania sarebbe energeticamente indipendente e vi rinuncia volontariamente, assumendosi tutte le conseguenze.

Che il termine ‘clima’ sia sinonimo di ‘alto tradimento’?


Deutsche Welle. 2018-12-20. Poland signs 20-year liquefied natural gas deal with US

Poland is seeking to reduce its dependence on Russia and the Nord Stream 2 pipeline for its LNG supplies. The deal should provide for 15 percent of Poland’s daily gas needs over the next 20 years.

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The deal announced on Wednesday between Poland’s state gas company PGNiG and Port Arthur LNG, part of Sempra Energy, is just one of several the EU state has signed with US gas suppliers in recent weeks.

The agreement is for the supply of  2.7 billion cubic meters (95.3 billion cubic feet) per year of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Poland over a 20-year period. LNG is gas super-chilled to liquid form for shipment by sea.

The deal comes as both the US and Poland seek to limit the dominance of Russia’s Gazprom Nord Stream 2 pipeline supplying gas directly to Germany, bypassing Ukraine’s pipeline system.

Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz met with US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan in Warsaw on Wednesday and described Germany’s support for Nord Stream 2 as “anti-European.” He said the project was “harmful to the security of all of the European Union.”

Czaputowicz also criticized Austria for failing to allow EU discussion of Nord Stream 2 during the Vienna government’s six-month presidency.

US gas exports

“This agreement marks an important step toward Poland’s energy independence and security,” US Secretary of Energy Rick Perry said.

In recent weeks, Poland has also signed long-term deals for gas with US supplier Cheniere in Houston Texas, as well as Venture Global Calcasieu Pass and Venture Global Plaquemines, both in Louisiana.

In July, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker agreed to work towards shipping more US gas to Europe. After a meeting at the White House, US President Donald Trump said: “The European Union wants to import more liquefied natural gas, LNG, from the United States and they’re going to be a very very big buyer.”

Juncker said the EU would build more terminals to import LNG. There are currently about 30 LNG terminals in Europe.

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