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Project "ZZ". Sad times for Gazprom: American gas will warm Poland

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Today's loud news: liquefied gas from America will go to Poland. The contract is signed for a five-year term. About this event write the largest news agencies of the planet. What was said this year has happened: if in the spring the Poles persisted in bargaining with the Americans, now the compromise has apparently been reached, and the deal has been approved by both parties.



Something sad for Mr. Miller


According to the Polish source, the company's website PGNiG, signed a contract with the company "Centrica LNG". Americans will supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Poland. The term of the contract - 5 years.

Reported and the details of the transaction.

PGNiG has concluded a 5-year contract with the United States for LNG, and this contract is the “first interstate” contract for the supply of LNG to Poland. The document was signed by PGNiG Group and Centrica LNG Company Limited (briefly Centrica).

LNG will be shipped from the Sabine Pass terminal in Louisiana. The contract will take effect in 2018 year.

PGNiG intends to increase its commercial activity in the European gas market. The agreement signed with the Americans is the first medium-term contract for the supply of US LNG to Central and Eastern Europe, but not the last. In addition, earlier, in October, PGNiG made a commercial proposal for reserving for itself a part of the capacity of the planned Baltic Pipeline, which will link Poland to gas fields on the Norwegian continental shelf in 2022.

(Recall that this summer, the press wrote about a memorandum that the Poles signed with Denmark. The document meant the joint implementation of the Baltic Pipe project, a pipeline that will replace Russian natural gas in the near future. The construction of the pipeline is scheduled for October 2022. The signed memorandum provided for supplies European consumers of “safe energy at an affordable price", for which diversified gas markets must emerge in Poland, Denmark and the Baltic countries. Now we see that Varsha and it came to the issue of diversification from two sides: the actual European and American).

The contract with Centrica, which was preceded by a Polish long-term gas supply contract from Qatar, translates the Polish PGNiG "into a higher level of activity in the global LNG market," is proudly noted on the company's website.

“We look forward to the start of cooperation with our partner Centrica to diversify gas supplies to Poland,” said Peter Voynyak, President of the Board of PGNiG. According to him, the agreement reached is the first contract of PGNiG concluded within the framework of the long-term contract portfolio. Most of the other contracts will allow for diversified gas supplies to Poland and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe in order to increase the energy security of the region, which “historically dominates Russian gas”.

“We are very pleased to have signed a mid-term contract with PGNiG. This agreement is part of Centrica's strategy to build a global LNG portfolio. Our credibility, experience and commercial potential enable us to supply LNG to a growing number of customers around the world. We are delighted to be working with PGNiG in the coming years, ”commented Jonathan Westby, Managing Director of Centrica Energy Marketing & Trading on the deal.

The gas will be supplied as Delivery Ex Ship (Incoterms 2000), that is, the product is deemed to be delivered when it is at the disposal of the consignee at the specified port of destination. Up to this point, the seller must bear all costs. The risk of loss when shipped to the port of destination is also borne by the seller.

Centrica, like the Polish site, now serves more than 27 millions of customers, primarily from England, Ireland and North America. The company employs about 12 thousands of people.

Thus, the signed contract is the first of many planned. Centrica clearly intends to gain a foothold in the gas market not only in Poland, but also in Europe, and PGNiG is clearly not going to miss the tidbit. It is not surprising that in the last year Poland has been thinking so much about itself, entering into disputes with Germany and even with the EU. Warsaw set out to become the gas locomotive of Europe and oust Gazprom from the market under the pretext of "diversification."

It is difficult to judge whether such large-scale plans are destined to come true, but the fact that Warsaw became close to the overseas hegemon on the basis of gas sales has long been clear. President Trump this year tirelessly promoted American LNG in Europe, and he had one goal with the Poles: to squeeze out the European Union Russian Gazprom, and for a start noticeably reduce its market share. That is why Mr. Trump reiterated the same "diversification" of supplies and the US desire to "help" Poland with liquefied gas. Now Trump's dreams and Polish politicians come true.

Today a major press writes about the deal between Poland and the USA, for example, markets.businessinsider.com, "The Hill" And many more.

The Agency also writes about the Polish deal with the Americans Reuters.

“The first medium-term LNG supply deal from the United States” from the leading Polish gas company, PGNiG, is submitted by the agency as part of a wider Warsaw plan aimed at “reducing dependence” on Poland from “Russian supplies”.

A representative of the state-owned company PGNiG made a statement a few hours ago. According to him, as part of a deal signed with Centrica LNG Co. Ltd, Poland will receive nine LNG supplies in 2018-2022.

But what is curious: this company did not disclose either the volumes or the prices agreed upon under this contract, which is widely reported in the world press on both sides of the ocean.

Reuters informs that LNG will be supplied from the Sabine Pass LNG export terminal in Louisiana in the United States to the LNG terminal in Poland in Swinoujscie on the Baltic Sea. This terminal is open for commercial operations in 2016.

The agency also points out that “the visit of US President Donald Trump to Warsaw in July” mocked Warsaw’s appetites for liquefied American gas. The appetite itself woke up in June, when PGNiG received its first LNG from the United States on the spot market. Now you can talk about regular deliveries.

According to Reuters, the PGNiG plan is not to prolong the long-term natural gas contract with Russian Gazprom (expires in 2022), but to replace deliveries "from the east" with gas supplies from Norway and supplies of American LNG through the terminal named above.

Poland consumes about 16 billion cubic meters of gas annually.

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So, Poland seriously took up the gas strategy. It is possible that with the help of the terminal and supply contracts in the United States, it intends to become a kind of gas conductor in Eastern and Central Europe and even oppose itself in some kind of Germany with its “northern streams”.

Anyway, on the EU market in 2018-2022. one should expect the strongest pressure on Gazprom. Mr. Trump and his anti-Russian-minded political colleagues in Poland and some other EU countries will do everything to squeeze Gazprom out of the market. For Trump’s business man, this is “nothing personal, just business,” but for Poland, which will obviously have to pay more for American LNG than for natural gas from Russia, this is obviously a policy issue masked by “diversification.”

Russian gas in Europe is currently the most competitive in price: on average, Gazprom sells it at 170 dollars per thousand cubic meters. Americans this summer offered LNG to Europeans not cheaper than two hundred dollars for the same thousand cubic meters. The difference is very tangible. How many Poles have managed to bargain with the Americans for the winter, the Polish company hides. Most likely, a little, otherwise the secrets would not be made from the price.

However, the Poles intend to “dilute” American gas with Norwegian, therefore diversification is still present.
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  1. MoJloT
    MoJloT 22 November 2017 10: 21 New
    +3
    Gazprom’s affairs are not very direct, from one of the last people in Gazprom I heard that he’s been operating at a loss for almost a year. I can not understand how? How can gas be traded at a loss?
    1. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 22 November 2017 10: 38 New
      +4
      Quote: MoJloT
      Gazprom’s affairs and not so direct

      Let Miller have a headache ....
      But here's the curious thing: this company did not disclose either the volumes or the prices agreed upon under this contract ...

      The Poles are not a nation to trade at a loss ... Descendants of proud Litvinians have already been burned with the Independence ....
      The main thing is to shout "about bad gas" from Gazprom. And keep secretly buying it. PGNiG
      1. vik669
        vik669 22 November 2017 19: 16 New
        +2
        Who has a headache and the "especially gifted" who do not know at the expense of what income they exist and there is nothing to hurt! Well, what such expensive "effective managers" is for sure - Russian managers as well as Russian fools are the best in the world !!!
    2. Sergey-svs
      Sergey-svs 22 November 2017 10: 42 New
      11
      Maybe it’s time already for Mr. Miller and other grabbers from the board of Gazprom to reduce their salaries and refuse annual bonuses, you look right away and profit will appear! yes
      1. Evgeniy667b
        Evgeniy667b 22 November 2017 12: 08 New
        +1
        Gazprom is very well attached to the national wealth! And what side are they in this matter ..? To put it mildly, they stole it in due time, and now they ring at all angles that this is theirs. And after all, the most vile-earth will be banished for their selfish interests. Deposits are characterized by killed landscapes, especially in areas north of the Arctic Circle. There, only the track of the all-terrain vehicle will last for decades. And “Rosnet” not far away with its spills. And if in the USSR budget revenues consisted directly of the cost of raw materials, now only taxes.
    3. vlad007
      vlad007 22 November 2017 10: 43 New
      11
      Quote: MoJloT
      I heard from one not the last person in Gazprom that he had been operating at a loss for almost a year. I can not understand how? How can gas be traded at a loss?

      In recent years, Gazprom has been building a lot, including from its own money, in addition to the money of other investors - Turkish Stream, Power of Siberia, Yamal-LNG and much more, i.e. expenses may exceed revenues. I doubt that your "not the last person" may be in the know about all the financial affairs of the world's largest gas producer.
      With the advent of Trump in politics, a lot of financial BLUFF appeared, attempts to give out wishful thinking, intentions as facts - remember the contracts with Saud. Arabia for almost 100 billion, a contract with China for 250 billion, etc. All these “contracts” are actually just protocols of intentions and nobody knows what will come of them.
      1. BAI
        BAI 22 November 2017 15: 42 New
        +1
        I doubt that your "not the last person" may be in the know about all the financial affairs of the world's largest gas producer.

        Gazprom's financial statements are publicly available.
    4. Stirbjorn
      Stirbjorn 22 November 2017 11: 05 New
      0
      Well, they got loans for the construction of the Turkish stream, the forces of Siberia, the Nord Stream, and the projects themselves were not launched - and loans should be given with interest
    5. iouris
      iouris 22 November 2017 11: 40 New
      0
      Quote: MoJloT
      I can not understand how? How can gas be traded at a loss?

      The loss is only for those who receive benefits from taxes from the sale of gas.
      1. St Petrov
        St Petrov 22 November 2017 12: 31 New
        0
        the whole social sphere is on taxes from hydrocarbon production. Pensions First
    6. svp67
      svp67 22 November 2017 12: 34 New
      0
      Quote: MoJloT
      I can not understand how? How can gas be traded at a loss?

      Everything is simple, investing the proceeds and a small pill into the construction of several gas pipelines and new fields. Here they are losses ....
    7. seti
      seti 22 November 2017 13: 28 New
      +6
      Personally, I would only be for that we did not sell gas and oil to Poland from the word at all. But clearly this is a dead end and a monetary gap in our budget. After all, we will not supply gas there, we will supply our gas the same Germany. For the benefit of yourself. Only one way out is to send Europe to one and all. You give us sanctions and Russophobia - we will show you the genitals. Buy a final product such as gasoline and petroleum derivatives rather than crude oil. And smoke coal, but learning costs in your economy without our gas ... We will see later the price of your final product ..
      With all due respect to the leadership of the Russian Federation, this is now impossible to do. The reason is banal - we have the wrong economy and the money from it periodically floats offshore from the country and works for the enemy (I can not name otherwise) economy. After all, you need to understand if some industrial products are bought with our money in the same Europe - all the same, in fact, the money "twists" European industry and trade. They do not go anywhere - they are tightly chained in the same banks (it is clear that they are not Russian). It leaves only Russian oil, as well as gas, diamonds, nickel, titanium, aluminum - and other irreplaceable resources ...
      But it is necessary that the final product leave us, and not other people's candy wrappers come, but that we don’t have a priori or that there is no economic benefit or sense to produce by ourselves. We need other people's technologies and brains that will help twist and develop our economy. We need other people's resources and we must produce high-liquid goods with a high price premium. And the money we earned should flow into the body of our state and not be a donor to someone else.
      More relationships with the Asian region. In the end, it is there that the entire capital market shifts; there is more money and more population and resources. What are the countries of Europe against the background of the countries of Asia? Liliput and giants. Compare the sizes of the largest country in France and Indonesia. And the number of people. See those map for minerals. Everything is obvious.
      1. jjj
        jjj 22 November 2017 15: 09 New
        +2
        Gazprom is really doing better and better. Supply volumes are growing. Around the middle of next year, prices will rise, which according to the formula are tied to oil prices. So there’s no need to worry about Miller.
        Now specifically to the above article. It used a lot of all kinds of words. But the prices are somehow obscured. And how price is formed and how long it takes. And for what price? So the Americans sell gas at home. Well, you have to consider that China buys gas fields in the States for 250 of billions of American money
      2. Mih1974
        Mih1974 23 November 2017 17: 36 New
        +3
        How do people like you make me laugh (I myself was like that) "let them sell not oil but gas". fool Well, who told you that "in the event of the cessation of oil supplies from Russia, Europe on its knees" crawls behind our gasoline? Everything is just the opposite - instead of us, both the Americans and the "gulfs" will immediately jump onto the European market. And they will still make fun of us. Remember the story with the “Polish apples” - I suppose the Poles thought the same thing “we should stand for a day and hold out for a night” and then the “Russians” would crawl behind our apples. But it turned out differently, part of the smuggling leaked, part replaced by others and what is much "worse" for the Poles - Russian orchards are being laid down and they don’t want to buy Polish apples. tongue
        This is me about "do not supply gas and oil." But about the "help" of the Poles - this is Zrada, do not even doubt it because miracles do not happen. All smart and involved people always cited facts - Norwegian gas is much more expensive than Russian and even if there is a dough it is physically not enough for everyone, the US NSS is even more expensive than Norwegian and can’t lower its price with any feint ears, moreover, America was a "gas importer" "and remained, despite all the" miracles "of shale. tongue
        Therefore - if the scoundrels are so eager to pay a lot more for gas, then this is their sovereign fool right, "we are not a doctor to them." Making other countries in Eastern Europe pay much more for Norwegian or American gas is possible, but only by political blackmail or whatever. In any case, these "lucky ones" will suffer significant financial losses, both directly (heating) and indirectly through a decrease in their competitiveness (gas as raw materials). laughing
    8. BAI
      BAI 22 November 2017 15: 38 New
      +1
      I am not a financier, but as far as I understand in numbers, Gazprom has a profit.
      Extract from the balance sheet of PJSC Gazprom as of December 31.12.2016, XNUMX:


      all in thousand rubles
    9. ul_vitalii
      ul_vitalii 22 November 2017 17: 23 New
      +6
      The other day, Miller was awarded the order on the tape, now he will trample, inspired.
  2. Nemesis
    Nemesis 22 November 2017 10: 21 New
    +3
    Poland lives off loans from the EU and the United States, and the fact that the United States injects Poland with its own gas, which will cost more than Russian, will only further drain the economies of developed NATO countries. In addition, shipments by sea depend on the weather, which means their stability will always be in jeopardy. The national debt of Poland will begin to grow at an accelerated pace ...
    1. enmesher
      enmesher 22 November 2017 10: 49 New
      +3
      Everyone does not care about the public debt of Poland, Germany ... There is a systematic destruction of the Russian economy, which is very sad. The development of agriculture and manufacturing is what can save our economy from collapse and unemployment.
      1. Nemesis
        Nemesis 22 November 2017 12: 53 New
        +3
        The fact that in Russia it is necessary to develop industry and create jobs for the indigenous population of the Russian Federation has long been understood by everyone except those who put monuments to Yeltsin in the Russian Federation and distribute to Uzbekistan, $ 750 million gifts from Kyrgyzstan, as if there were no problems in the Russian Federation ...
      2. Mih1974
        Mih1974 23 November 2017 17: 38 New
        +1
        Ha, did you just wake up WHEN it was different? They always tried to destroy Russia, even by the military method (Napoleon, Hitler, the Crimean War, Kaiser Germany), even by the economic. And this in no way cancels just what you wrote - to engage in the development of Russia (in all areas). good
  3. Loess
    Loess 22 November 2017 10: 38 New
    +8
    Hard times Mr. Miller? Maybe, if such a thing, you will be engaged in the gasification of native Russian villages and towns?
    1. Non liberoid Russian
      Non liberoid Russian 22 November 2017 11: 23 New
      +5
      you think the Russian villages and villages dear to him ... rather, London and its slums are nicer for him
      1. Loess
        Loess 22 November 2017 12: 53 New
        0
        I'm not so naive)
    2. Cat Marquis
      Cat Marquis 22 November 2017 12: 07 New
      +1
      Yes, because of the “difficult times”, Mr. Miller cut his salary to “average for the country”, moved to “Grant”, etc. - the poor “suffers”, together with the company .... wink
      1. aybolyt678
        aybolyt678 22 November 2017 21: 28 New
        0
        Quote: Cat Marquis
        Yes, because of the “difficult times”, Mr. Miller cut his salary to the “average for the country”, moved to “Grant”, etc. - the poor “suffers”, together with the company .... wink

        where is the information from? really really sat on Grant ??
    3. andrej-shironov
      andrej-shironov 22 November 2017 15: 24 New
      0
      :-) Not only with Miller but also with Sechin. But to be honest, I’m not sorry for these "fat cats". I’m afraid only if they are completely reoriented to Russia, then gas and gas prices will skyrocket.
  4. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 22 November 2017 10: 43 New
    +3
    So what, should we take the lords of the Poles for a word? Neither volumes, nor prices - only emotions, and a joyful (for what reason?) Screech ...
    1. kapitan92
      kapitan92 22 November 2017 11: 54 New
      +6
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      So what, should we take the lords of the Poles for a word? Neither volumes, nor prices - only emotions, and a joyful (for what reason?) Screech ...

      Why don't they scream with pleasure?
      Sanction apples go through Belarus, the Poles “pushed” additional preferences for their transit carriers through Russia, Poland is among the top ten importers to Russia and the trade turnover amounts to billions of dollars. Poland has long been pursuing an anti-Russian policy and has practically supported the sanctions against our country for the first time.
      What did Russia answer ??? Nothing but screams about the demolition of monuments to our soldiers.
      Why? One can only guess! hi
      1. Mih1974
        Mih1974 23 November 2017 17: 45 New
        +1
        So start with yourself - stop buying Polish apples (it’s easy to find out where they come from), Polish household goods (any worse than Chinese), cosmetics, clothes, etc. good
        Personally, I did this a few years ago. You can laugh - “what’s your penny for importing a whole country”, but the “laugh” is that the more there are people like me “at the grassroots level”, the more likely retailers (those who give us counter-gangs to us) will respond and begin to “apply for Lyuda "precisely made in Russia. good You can still laugh, but several years ago I raised the issue of “Izrail radish in the summer” many times in different places and that this is already the limit of impudence of retailers. I don’t want to seem like a daffodil or “pretending to be crazy”, but in fact - the Israeli radish perished as a class good . Instead, the stato is full of exactly domestic vegetables. good repeat
  5. alekc75
    alekc75 22 November 2017 10: 53 New
    0
    and for liquefied gas all stoves are suitable that are in the kitchens?
    1. enmesher
      enmesher 22 November 2017 10: 57 New
      0
      It's not a problem. They will change the nozzles in the plates for 25 euros per piece, under the pretext of greater savings, and under this brand they will raise the price of gas!
  6. Krasnyiy komissar
    Krasnyiy komissar 22 November 2017 10: 59 New
    +3
    It's time to tie up with the export of resources, this leads to the degradation of other sectors of the economy. The USSR until the end of the 60s developed due to industrial production, and the decision of the Politburo to transfer the economy to raw material rail became one of the causes of the crisis in the 80s, when oil prices collapsed. We must export what we know how to do - weapons and dual-use equipment, and let cheap resources become the basis for industrial growth.
    1. iouris
      iouris 22 November 2017 11: 51 New
      +1
      Quote: Krasnyiy komissar
      It's time to tie up with the export of resources, this leads to the degradation of other sectors of the economy.

      No. The reason is different - the reason is in the interests of the ruling class, which received everything. If we replace the ruling class with an adequate one, then the country's domestic market is too small to create production, and technologically backward industry cannot produce competitive goods (goods). The only type of product that has steady demand in world markets is raw materials. Bringing down gas prices is a way to gain control of gas.
    2. d ^ Amir
      d ^ Amir 22 November 2017 12: 09 New
      0
      It's time to tie up with resource exports

      Good afternoon!!!! and it’s nothing that the hegemon-democrat straight to gas station countries and breaks ???? probably there is a reason ???? while they buy the goods, they need to be sold .... and protect their sales market .... I strongly suspect that the Germans are never enthusiastic about the hegemonic democratic initiatives .... and if they also depend on pin dos on gas consider the entire German industry of the khan ... what the hegemon-democrat and achieves !!!!!
      1. Mih1974
        Mih1974 23 November 2017 17: 48 New
        +2
        Keep hi if Russia is scammed for "selling the motherland for resources", then for some reason they "modestly keep silent" that the country is "iPhone deposits" - it is trying to take our place in the sale of RESOURCES. belay . either selling gas as a resource is not so bad, or America is also a "backward country selling resources." laughing
  7. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 22 November 2017 11: 07 New
    +1
    this company did not disclose the volumes or prices agreed upon by the specified contract

    That's the catch. If you reveal the volumes, it turns out that they are insufficient. If you call the price, the Poles will be taken aback. In spite of Russia, at a loss but American. Just do not understand why the "sad times for" Gazprom? Anyway, no matter how Poland interferes with the Baltic states, they will launch Nord Stream-2 (Germany is making efforts to do this) and then Poland will be very sad.
  8. The Siberian barber
    The Siberian barber 22 November 2017 12: 57 New
    0
    Quote: Sergey-svs
    Maybe it’s time already for Mr. Miller and other grabbers from the board of Gazprom to reduce their salaries and refuse annual bonuses, you look right away and profit will appear! yes

    Rather, they will reduce the salaries to all of us in order to subsidize, from the state budget, the increase in their salaries.
  9. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 22 November 2017 13: 07 New
    +1
    Quote: MoJloT
    Gazprom’s affairs are not very direct, from one of the last people in Gazprom I heard that he’s been operating at a loss for almost a year. I can not understand how? How can gas be traded at a loss?

    I would have such a loss. A cleaner in the head office of Gazprom for a month earns as much as I work TEN years! Let them moderate their appetites and reduce gas production. Gas is not infinite. You need to save for yourself. Switch to new production technologies, and not use the achievements of the USSR, Freestuff.
    1. BAI
      BAI 22 November 2017 15: 51 New
      0
      There are no cleaners in Gazprom. There are cleaning companies working in Gazprom whose employees have nothing to do with Gazprom (and their salaries are far from Gazprom. You can’t remember a handbag - it’s a fake. Even if you just think about it, which woman will get in the car if it costs only 2 times more than the handbag? Probably, she will pick up a car more expensive).
    2. Overlock
      Overlock 23 November 2017 10: 46 New
      +1
      In total, about 200 million rubles a month are laid in the company's budget for the payment of wages to representatives of the board. Through simple mathematical operations, we can find out that one of the leaders of the company receives about 12 million rubles. per month. This amount is approximately 000 times higher than the average income of ordinary Russians. Alexey Miller has a similar income. Multiply 000 million by 330 months to get about 12 million rubles a year. However, it should be noted that salaries in Gazprom are far from the only source of income for Alexei Miller.

      He is also paid money and subsidiaries of the gas monopolist, where he is a member of the Board of Directors. The reliable amount that Miller manages to get is unknown to anyone except himself and some of those close to him.
      Consider the income of representatives of some professions.

      Mid-level manager - about 300 rubles.
      The head of the site is about 200 rubles.
      Driller - about 200 rubles.
      Secretary - up to 120 rubles.
      Handyman - from 80 000 rubles.
  10. enmesher
    enmesher 22 November 2017 13: 20 New
    0
    Quote: Less
    Hard times Mr. Miller?
    So I lived like that)))
  11. mavrus
    mavrus 22 November 2017 15: 05 New
    +1
    Quote: MoJloT
    Gazprom’s affairs are not very direct, from one of the last people in Gazprom I heard that he’s been operating at a loss for almost a year. I can not understand how? How can gas be traded at a loss?

    And why it will be good.
    "This is our national gas, and dreams come true only" ... they
  12. andrej-shironov
    andrej-shironov 22 November 2017 15: 21 New
    +1
    Yeah ... But how Gazprom is trying to stay in Europe! He sent Kolya a boy with repentance to the Bundestag! And here is such a hassle !!!! Abydically.
  13. vel pro
    vel pro 22 November 2017 18: 24 New
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    and how much will be delivered per year?
  14. aybolyt678
    aybolyt678 22 November 2017 21: 25 New
    0
    we have one of the coldest countries in the world. Trading gas and oil is a crime against our future .. maybe in old age we will understand it
  15. Petrol cutter
    Petrol cutter 22 November 2017 23: 01 New
    +1
    In short, mantras about the competitiveness of gas are about nothing. This is if you face the truth based on this article. Whatever gas they say, they’ll take it. I don’t give a damn about Miller, but there will be less deductions to the budget. This is an awesome blow to our economy gentlemen however.
  16. gerey73
    gerey73 23 November 2017 00: 14 New
    0
    And how much can a tanker transport because of a large pool of gas?
    And how many tankers floundering around Akiyan from America to Europe?
    And how many such tankers are there?
    Can the Americans ensure an uninterrupted gas supply?
    ;) There is an opinion that their navel will be untied.
    But isn’t it simpler / cheaper for pshek to be liquefied in Qatar?
    So far, solid questions!
    Threat gadgets already kind of crap one's pants with liquefied gas.
    1. Mih1974
      Mih1974 23 November 2017 17: 53 New
      +1
      1 - a little
      2 - something like a month
      3 - very few such tankers, but we must admit that they are building
      4 - they won’t be able to, America as it was a "gas-importing" country, to this day it is, moreover, all large companies have already dumped from the "titanic shale", and the "trifle" will go bankrupt at an ever-increasing rate.
      5-no, it’s not easier, Qatar is also able to choose “which is more than 2 or 6” and selects the more “expensive” Asian market (China) and he wanted to spit on Poland’s Wishlist.
      repeat
  17. Sergey53
    Sergey53 23 November 2017 10: 39 New
    0
    It's time to stop measuring everything with lost money. These are their problems. I like to stand in front of the mattress pad in any position. Let them stand. A holy place is never empty.
  18. Overlock
    Overlock 23 November 2017 10: 42 New
    0
    Quote: stalkerwalker
    Let Miller have a headache ...

    it doesn’t hurt him. In any case, he will not remain in the loser. He will receive his millions
  19. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 23 November 2017 10: 57 New
    0
    Quote: Overlock
    In total, about 200 million rubles a month are laid in the company's budget for the payment of wages to representatives of the board. Through simple mathematical operations, we can find out that one of the leaders of the company receives about 12 million rubles. per month. This amount is approximately 000 times higher than the average income of ordinary Russians. Alexey Miller has a similar income. Multiply 000 million by 330 months to get about 12 million rubles a year. However, it should be noted that salaries in Gazprom are far from the only source of income for Alexei Miller.

    He is also paid money and subsidiaries of the gas monopolist, where he is a member of the Board of Directors. The reliable amount that Miller manages to get is unknown to anyone except himself and some of those close to him.
    Consider the income of representatives of some professions.

    Mid-level manager - about 300 rubles.
    The head of the site is about 200 rubles.
    Driller - about 200 rubles.
    Secretary - up to 120 rubles.
    Handyman - from 80 000 rubles.

    According to a companion who wrote above, they don’t work in Gazprom. They are hired. If I hadn’t worked at the Gazprom subsidiary for some time, I would have believed him. Putin’s instruction to liquidate Gazprom’s non-core assets is not intended to be fulfilled. Such a generous feeder .Yes at the expense of the state.
  20. trahterist
    trahterist 24 November 2017 09: 03 New
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    the stubbornness of the Poles with the Ukrainians was always surprising ... whatever they are ready to go, if only to the peak of the Russian Federation.
    a priori buy much more expensive gas, drive it from the other end of the world, instead of kppit one that is nearby.
    stupid people sir ...