Nuclear offshore. Are Ukrainian NPPs up for sale?


In Kiev, under the windows of the Verkhovna Rada, a gambling scuffle again took place for the right to be called a "rich patriot." “Suddenly and unexpectedly” the agitated crowd curses the nominally new power in betraying the interests of Ukraine and in the sale of land. The fact that this event was exclusively custom-made, there is no doubt even clinical optimists. This is clear, if only for the reason that, in addition to land, hundreds and hundreds of enterprises, including those generating profit, will go under the hammer. However, this fact is in the shadow of media drilling.


At the same time, the sale of some enterprises preparing for privatization threatens to immerse Ukrainians in the darkness of the Middle Ages. And this is by no means an exaggeration. Indeed, in the package for sale are Ternopoleloblenergo, Cherkasyoblenergo, Zaporizhiaoblenergo, Odessaoblenergo, Kharkivoblenergo, Khmelnitskoblenergo, Turboatom and even Energoatom, which manages the entire Soviet atomic legacy. And, most interestingly, the ringing of bells on the sale from that side was heard for a long time.

Poroshenko and the first steps


2014 year. Ukraine is in drug euphoria from the solemn “Maidan” and at the same time it is agonizing from the Crimea, which has gone forever and has taken the defense of Donbass. In general, the average person is extremely busy with the picture on the TV screen and periodic patriotic chants, which are heard outside the window.

Taking advantage of an extremely convenient situation, the new comprador power, led by Petro Poroshenko, began a new round of privatization. "New" for the reason that the sweeping privatization spit before the "Maidan" went well on state assets. They started famously, however, in this they were not alone. Continued in the same vein.

On August 22, 2014, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine introduced bill No. 4541a to BP. This document provided for the partial privatization of thousands of state enterprises in Ukraine. These enterprises included Turboatom (production of turbines for nuclear power plants, thermal power plants, hydroelectric power stations, etc.), Lviv Armored Plant, Kharkov Armored Plant, and even the Ukrainian Energoatom, i.e. operator of all nuclear power plants in the country, except for Chernobyl. However, the last tragic nuclear power plant, oddly enough, was also put up for auction, as it were, in a separate lot. Privatization involved the redemption by private individuals of not more than 40% of shares minus one share.

The piquancy of the situation was that Poroshenko’s cabinet of ministers, ready to open the sale of such iconic and once-advanced enterprises, stood for preserving in state orbit such companies as Naftogaz, Ukrtransgaz, Ukrgazvydobuvannya and Ukrspetstransgaz. Apparently, gas for the new authorities is something like a totem fetish ...

But it was the first ball, trial. In 2015, part of the enterprises subject to privatization was nevertheless deleted from the list, including Energoatom. But so simply the leaders of the "Maidan" did not want to retreat. Not for the same reason they made a "revolution".

Nuclear offshore. Are Ukrainian NPPs up for sale?

Already in 2016, they began to discuss the issue of corporatization of Energoatom, i.e. turning it into a joint stock company. At the same time, the head of Energoatom Yuriy Nedashkovsky played a significant role in lobbying the first step towards the privatization of Ukraine’s nuclear industry. He argued that the industry, falling apart before our eyes, instantly overwhelmed by a wave of investment. Yuri left his post only in November of this year, i.e. already under Zelensky.

On the eve of the coming of the "Ze"


At the end of 2018, when the rating of Poroshenko catastrophically dived to the bottom, the restless Cabinet of Ministers again published a list of enterprises that needed to be immediately put on the market. The list was impressive: Zaporizhiaoblenergo, Ternopolpoblenergo, Kharkivoblenergo, Khmelnitskoblenergo, Nikolaevoblenergo, Kherson TPP, Dneprovskaya TPP, United Mining Engineering Company Minenergougol, etc.

And again, Turboatom was on the list for sale. At the same time, the long-suffering Turboatom, the former Kharkov Turbogenerator Plant, does not hang a weight on the neck of the state, but generates income even in a state of economic and industrial crisis in Ukraine. Where does such a manic desire of Ukrainian officials to get rid of Turboatom come from? The question is, indeed, a rhetorical one.

But have you really forgotten about Energoatom? Not at all. The pace of corporatization has only been increased. The number of lobbyists for this idea has increased. At the same time at the highest level. The Energy and Coal Industry Minister Vladimir Demchishin himself spoke in favor of privatizing Energoatom with all his hands. His successor, Igor Nasalik, continued the course towards corporatization. Moreover, a full audit of Energoatom assets has already been conducted. And the old rhetoric about the inviolability of the state block of shares of 60% was quickly changed. And now we are talking about a package in the best case of 50% plus one share.

Meet the new boss, the same as the old


And Zelensky came to power. Using the groundless hopes of the layman, Vladimir Alexandrovich switched to a “turbo mode” for the implementation of all the same software installations of Peter Alekseevich. And, of course, in the "turbo mode" the question began to be solved not only about the corporatization of Energoatom, but also about creating the optimal environment for attracting "investors", or rather, potential buyers.


Zelensky in Pripyat on the background of the infamous Ferris wheel

Already in November of this year, President of Ukraine Zelensky signed Decree No. 837/2019. It provides for corporatization by December 31, 2020, i.e. the issue is resolved. Moreover, attempts to attract “investors” give a special piquancy to the situation. As you know, the nuclear industry of Ukraine is in a frightening state. The number of emergencies is increasing year by year, the ranks of professional personnel are thinning, and politics is destructively interfering in the process.

So who would venture to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in such an economy? Moreover, against the background of the fact that the debts of energy consumers losing their solvency are growing by leaps and bounds.

Given the situation, a benign investor turns into a hardened businessman who will enrich himself with all his strength and at the same time bankrupt the country's nuclear industry in order to transfer Euro-oriented Ukraine to purchase electricity in the West. The main thing is that the corporatization of the atom opens such a wide window of opportunity that it is scary to imagine in Ukrainian realities. Is there even the slightest guarantee that Ukraine, being weapons offshore, does not turn into an offshore nuclear with all the ensuing consequences?

There is no answer to all these questions. At the moment, there is not even a clear answer to the question of which particular block of shares may go to private individuals.
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  2. svp67 26 December 2019 15: 14 New
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    The current “Ze-Vlad” will continue the course “Po-Vlad”, the goal of all “ripping apart” is the destruction of industry previously associated with Russia.
    1. kapitan92 26 December 2019 16: 31 New
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      Quote: svp67
      The current “Ze-Vlad” will continue the course “Po-Vlad”, the goal of all “ripping apart” is the destruction of industry previously associated with Russia.

      Sergey. hi
      Remember Russia of the 90s! The same "tearing" and the destruction of industry. The scenario is one.
      The Russian government approved a plan for privatizing federal property for the next three years. This was reported on December 25 in the press service of the Cabinet.
      On October 23, the Accounts Chamber of Russia supported the privatization plan. The draft new program involves the sale of part of the state-owned RusHydro, Sovcomflot, Transneft, Rostelecom, Rossetei and OZK shares until 2022.
      On December 16, Izvestia announced that companies such as Dom.RF, Russian Post, Rosgeology, Zarubezhneft, Sheremetyevo Airport and several others could also enter the privatization plan.

      https://iz.ru/958214/2019-12-25/pravitelstvo-rossii-odobrilo-plan-privatizatcii-na-2020-2022-gody
      1. svp67 26 December 2019 18: 46 New
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        Quote: kapitan92
        Remember Russia of the 90s! The same "tearing" and the destruction of industry. The scenario is one.

        No doubt about it. And we are also waiting if again “we will sell for bananas”
        1. kapitan92 26 December 2019 22: 40 New
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          Quote: svp67
          No doubt about it. And we are also waiting if again “we will sell for bananas”

          Privatization is planned by the government of the "God chosen", Who will ask us? Bananas in the past, and now "palm oil" is held in high esteem. hi
          1. TokarevT 27 December 2019 07: 11 New
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            That, yes.
            Volodin with palm oil steers.
            He will make a noise with whom it is necessary for a congregation and will contribute to the supply of palm oil to Russia for airplanes.
            You look like a ryadok, you see, it’s profitable and safe to mock the Russians under the Fofkin’s wing, after all this is Allah himself, in the Kadyrov’s interpretation.
      2. opus 27 December 2019 01: 46 New
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        Quote: kapitan92
        . The draft new program involves the sale of part of the state-owned RusHydro, Sovcomflot, Transneft, Rostelecom, Rossetei and OZK shares until 2022.

        RusHydro should be privatized, they were completely completely overwhelmed in state-owned companies (like Millers, Sechins, Chemezovs) - statecapitalists, but under the guise of the FSO, FSB, Ministry of Internal Affairs, for our taxes

        Shareholders as of June 30, 2018: Federal Property Management Agency (60,6%), VTB Bank (13,3%), Aviatrans LLC (6,1%, owned by VSMPO-Avisma) Capitalization - 266,3 billion rubles.
        Yes, RusHydro is a VIC, but it is not a state company, it is a screen for a state company, in fact.

        Sovcomflot:
        The Dorogomilovsky court of Moscow on April 23.04.2018, 8, sentenced in absentia in the case of the theft of 12 billion rubles. from funds of Sovcomflot OJSC. Former company CEO Dmitry Skarga, ex-president of Novoship Tagir Izmailov and businessman Yuri Nikitin were found guilty of organizing and participating in the criminal community, numerous episodes of embezzlement and legalization of criminal proceeds and received respectively 11, 15 and 2006 years in prison. Since all the defendants have been on the international wanted list since XNUMX, but live in the UK after the entry into force of the sentence will be sent for execution to this country.

        State-owned company?

        And so on, let's recall Miller’s last New Year’s gift of $ 3 billion
        (he will not pay, I will pay, and the same boobies electorate like me)
        2019 for a population of 6279.83 rub / 1000m ^ 3
        2010 for the population in my opinion 2650 rub / 1000m ^ 3 (you need to raise a receipt, everything is cleared on the Internet)

        how much% growth? and how much% of annual inflation does Frau Sahipzadovna hang us?

        Dom.RF-CHO?
        The Central Bank announced the completion of the rehabilitation of the black hole - Bank Dom.RF. Former Russian capital has been sanitized for ten years and the cost of saving the bank cost the state 164,4 billion rubles. Of course, there was no point in sanitizing the bank for that kind of money.

        read here

        Russian Post ... Yes, we all remember how Dimon (who is not Dimon at all, because it is not Dimon) graduated in 2016 (sixteenth !!! The ruble collapsed 3a too much, the country is deep in opera)
        The head of the loss-making enterprise at the end of the year became the owner of a premium of 95 million rubles
        .

        yeah and the postman’s aunts, receiving 7500-12000 rubles each

        Is it a state? Yes, do not care private owner or state. Han astronomer will not pay himself so much if the enterprise is unprofitable, he will not have enough tugriks for the next year, for work

        Sheremetyevo airport belay
        The largest shareholder of the airport is the company Sheremetyevo Holding: it owns 66% of the shares. Sheremetyevo Holding is 100% owned by the Cypriot TPS Avia Holding. TPS Avia Holding is 65,22% owned by the trust of the Ponomarenko and Alexander Skorobogatko families and 34,78% by Arkady Rotenberg. In addition, the Federal Property Management Agency owns a 30,43% stake in Sheremetyevo.
        ....
        What is there to privatize?
        Captain,captain smile- ... What kind of information do you use?
        It is said by smart people:

        Quote: kapitan92
        Remember Russia of the 90s!

        Zadolbala this mantra of "Rescuers of Russia"
        What to remember that it was 30 years ago, and even the AP of Russia is lying about the 90s by 50%, this is 100%, because I then lived in my right mind and in my memory.
        1. kapitan92 27 December 2019 13: 01 New
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          Quote: opus

          Sovcomflot:
          The Dorogomilovsky court of Moscow on April 23.04.2018, 8, sentenced in absentia in the case of the theft of 12 billion rubles. from funds of Sovcomflot OJSC. Former company CEO Dmitry Skarga, ex-president of Novoship Tagir Izmailov and businessman Yuri Nikitin were found guilty of organizing and participating in the criminal community, numerous episodes of embezzlement and legalization of criminal proceeds and received respectively 11, 15 and 2006 years in prison. Since all the persons involved have been on the international wanted list since XNUMX and live in the UK, after the entry into force of the sentence will be sent for execution to this country.

          State-owned company?

          State-owned company! 100% of the company's shares are owned by the state. (Federal Property Management Agency).
          The privatization of the stake in Sovcomflot was planned to be carried out in 2019-2020, the terms are new 2020-22.
          The reduction of the state’s share in Sovcomflot to 25% + 1 share is provided for by the privatization plan. The first stage involved the sale of the package in 25% - 1 share. Among the potential buyers was the Chinese Cosco Shipping. However, the government would prefer not a sector buyer, but a financial investor, for example, the Chinese Silk Road Fund.

          https://www.vestifinance.ru/articles/124418
          1. opus 27 December 2019 13: 23 New
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            Quote: kapitan92
            State-owned company! 100% of the company's shares are owned by the state. (Federal Property Management Agency).

            I did not say that it is private!
            Will it be worse if it is privatized, that's the promise.
            I think it will be better, maybe this will not happen
            [quote2] about the theft of 8 billion rubles. from funds of Sovcomflot OJSC. Former CEO Dmitry Skarga, [/ quote]

            Quote: kapitan92
            Reduction of the state share in Sovcomflot to 25% + 1 share

            well right
    2. g1v2 26 December 2019 18: 05 New
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      And they probably have no other choice. Of the 15 power units in Ukraine, 10 should already be written off. They made an extension, but in fact it is fake. It is one thing when the power units are operated in normal mode, repaired and inspected by specialists. And another thing - when the power units do not climb out of repairs. Moreover, the SBU has already stated that repairs are carried out using counterfeit and used parts. And the story of a forgotten swab in the system and constant breakdowns after repairs say that the repair staff is not very professional. For Ukraine, fusing a nuclear power plant for someone may be beneficial. But who will buy it? NPP for decommissioning and in conditions when normal interaction with ROSTATOM is impossible? So, the nuclear power plants will live out their lives in constant breakdowns. True, it is still cheap electricity AND WITH THE DEATH OF A NUCLEAR POWER PLANT, ELECTRICITY WILL GO WHERE MORE EXPENSIVE. But nuclear power is mostly needed by industry. No industry - they will not need a nuclear power station either. Hydroelectric power station and thermal power plant will be enough for an agricultural country. request
      1. opus 27 December 2019 21: 49 New
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        And they probably have no other choice.

        to be honest, this is not my competence.
        Ukraine, let it live as it wants, I would "equip Russia" in my country.
        And all the problems of Ukrainian NPPs are the problem of Europe, thanks to the wind rose
    3. Pilat2009 30 December 2019 09: 56 New
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      Quote: svp67
      The current “Ze-Vlad” will continue the course “Po-Vlad”, the goal of all “ripping apart” is the destruction of industry previously associated with Russia.

      They just repeat our path
  3. Snail N9 26 December 2019 15: 14 New
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    Only this morning in the news I heard about the fact that the Russian government approved a list of state enterprises, companies, banks, etc., subject to privatization (that is, “for sale”) in the next 2020 - something, about 215 ... ... And I already am silent about outsourcing, which is flourishing in everything in Russian energy companies, and indeed, in the Russian economy ... "Ukraine", again, say? ... well ... wink
    1. g1v2 26 December 2019 17: 54 New
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      A controlling stake remains with the state. 50 percent plus one share. Privatization consists in the sale of shares. Ukraine is talking about the sale of the stations themselves.
      1. aybolyt678 26 December 2019 22: 10 New
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        Quote: g1v2
        Privatization consists in the sale of shares.

        we are trickier ... the state remains in control, effective managers set their salaries at 90 percent of profits, and the state covers 90 percent of expenses, as a result, the enterprise, state and people are milked, because the services of the “state” enterprise are paid
        1. g1v2 27 December 2019 02: 26 New
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          But these state-owned corporations bring so much money to the treasury that they can keep such low taxes for this very people. If they stop bringing this money, then taxes will increase 2 times at least. These are cows that feed this same layman, he just does not understand this. hi
          1. aybolyt678 27 December 2019 07: 58 New
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            Do you mean gas and oil production?wassat
            Quote: g1v2
            These are cows that feed this same layman, he just does not understand this.

            God forbid from such breadwinners! they suck out the last resources and our children will curse us
            1. g1v2 27 December 2019 14: 30 New
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              Well, if they grow up fools - maybe they will damn it. But I'm more optimistic about youth. As for the latest resources - this is complete nonsense. In the next couple of decades, the transition from oil and coal to gas will seriously accelerate. Almost all TPPs and CHPPs have already switched to gas. Only coal remained in Siberia and one in the Far East, but there is just coal nearby. There is definitely enough gas for 200-300 years. Most likely by that time they will switch to something else. Tc definitely not worth crying. In the 19th century, the blood of the world economy was coal, in the 20th century - oil, in 21 - gas. At 22- there will be something else. request
              1. aybolyt678 27 December 2019 14: 41 New
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                There is definitely enough gas for 200-300 years.

                When Moscow was gasified in 1955, gas was led from the Saratov field. Now transported from Yamal. In Yamal, the reserves seem to be larger, but now consumers are Europe, China, Turkey ... Where did you get information about gas reserves? no one gives more than 70 years.
                1. g1v2 27 December 2019 16: 08 New
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                  Information from specialists from our St. Petersburg Mining Institute. Moreover, new deposits are constantly being discovered. Almost all of our production for export is from Yamal. Novatek supplies its liquefied gas from another field, the development of which has been started recently. The power of Siberia is already from a completely new field - Kovyktinsky. Before the contract with China, it was not even developed - there was no need. A little to the north are two more large deposits that have not even begun to be developed. There are still vast reserves in the Arctic on the shelf. Work on the development of new deposits - for another year.
                  200-300 years is a minimum. With an increase in consumption and production. Specialists talk about 300-400 years. But since we cannot accurately predict how much consumption will increase, we will take it to a minimum of 200 years. After 200 years, most likely there will be something else.
                  1. aybolyt678 28 December 2019 07: 14 New
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                    Quote: g1v2
                    200-300 years is a minimum. With an increase in consumption and production.

                    thanks for the detailed answer + however, this means 200-300 years of oligarchy, the cult of consumption, and the decline of education, scientific progress sad
                  2. aybolyt678 29 December 2019 13: 08 New
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                    Quote: g1v2
                    Information from specialists from our St. Petersburg Mining Institute.

                    I do not want to offend you in your best feelings for your specialists, but for the last 30 years in science, we have been guarding money from those who have it. I read, analyzed and concluded that under the guise of science, Someone reassures concerned citizens to prevent manifestations of a social explosion. I am very skeptical about your 200-300 years yes
          2. Jager 29 December 2019 15: 44 New
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            This is in fact not a state corporation, but an ordinary feeder.
    2. Dzafdet 26 December 2019 18: 20 New
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      And, according to the old, Ukrainian tradition, they will sue us for the fact that we built these stations for them ...
  4. tihonmarine 26 December 2019 15: 18 New
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    It becomes scary from such an undertaking, now this is more terrible than a “monkey with a grenade”.
    1. 210ox 26 December 2019 17: 36 New
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      And what's so bad? We ourselves went through this .. We know, swam .. However, the rider is still going on.
      1. tihonmarine 26 December 2019 17: 47 New
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        Quote: 210ox

        And what's so bad? We ourselves went through this.

        Well, the radiation of borders does not know.
  5. Gardamir 26 December 2019 15: 35 New
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    Our pipes burst.
    Shhh. It’s better to rejoice that a neighbor’s cat has fallen from the balcony.

    But somewhere, in a parallel universe, people rejoice at their successes, are sad from their failures. And they do not wish harm to anyone just because they stumbled and broke their knee.
    1. Snail N9 26 December 2019 16: 41 New
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      In-in: it would be better if they wrote how Novorossiysk (the whole city!) Has been without water for several days, the Trinity water supply pipeline has rotted, and the only one ... but in Ukraine, after all, it’s much worse, yeah ... well, or they would write something “funny” to raise the “New Year mood” of the Russians, for example, this:
      “The largest yachts in the world during the New Year holidays gather in one place - off the island of Saint-Barthelemy in the Caribbean. This year the yachts moored earlier than usual. By mid-December there were more than 50 large pleasure boats, there was no greater increase anywhere in the world. The longest of the yachts - 162,5 meters - belongs to the main owner of Evraz Roman Abramovich, she is also the largest among the yachts of Russian billionaires.

      Opened by Columbus, Saint-Barthelemy (overseas territory of France) gained popularity among millionaires after David Rockefeller bought a plot of land here in 1957, and descendants of other eminent families like Fords and Rothschilds were already reaching for it.

      Roman Abramovich also has his own villa here: in 2009, he purchased David Rockefeller's villa for $ 90 million.

      The second largest yacht on the island also belongs to the Russian - this is the 140-meter Ocean Victory, the main owner of the MMK, Victor Rashnikov. The third - to American producer David Geffen - 456 feet (138,9 m).

      Many will celebrate Christmas on the island of Antigua, and then take part in the celebration of the New Year with traditional fireworks on Saint-Bart. One of the favorite places among the guests of the island is Nikki Beach. On New Year's Eve, for example, superstar DJ Kygo will perform there. "
      1. tihonmarine 26 December 2019 17: 51 New
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        Quote: Snail N9
        to raise the "New Year's mood" of Russians, for example, this:

        Someone doesn’t have enough for a bottle and a piece of black pudding, and someone has another super yacht.
    2. Sidor Amenpodestovich 26 December 2019 17: 00 New
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      In addition to you, no one in the comments called for joy in the neighbors' failures. And in the article not a word of gloating.
      On this resource there are no less critical articles on economic, social and other troubles in Russia than on Ukrainian ones.
      But you, as I understand it, think that until our own problems are resolved all to one, do you need to strictly forbid posting materials about strangers?
  6. evgen1221 26 December 2019 15: 49 New
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    In time they will come to this, and I suppose.
  7. knn54 26 December 2019 15: 53 New
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    Next time there will be a sale of national interests for a penny
  8. Victor Lutvin 26 December 2019 15: 57 New
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    What do they want to say with spread fingers in the photo?
  9. sergo1914 26 December 2019 16: 03 New
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    Private nuclear power plant will be abruptly candle factory. The work of Fyodor’s father lives.
    1. opus 27 December 2019 02: 09 New
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      Quote: sergo1914
      Private nuclear power plant will be abruptly candle factory. The work of Fyodor’s father lives.

      In the USA, over 70% of generating capacities (approximately 30% belong to the government, municipalities and other organizations) and over 75% of distribution networks are privately owned. RESULT:

      To the topic (send) of the article:
      Three Mile Island Accident was, Chernobyl was gone, there is no sense in comparing these accidents
      Local government owns in
      Austria (100% of networks and 85% of generation), Canada (main networks - 99%, generation and distribution networks - 80% each) and the Netherlands (100% of networks and 85% of generation). In Norway, the state owns about 30% of generating capacities and 75% of main networks, in Sweden 100% of main networks, half of generating capacities and distribution networks.
      To the topic (message) of the article: Private traders own the generation = no problems

      Electricity completely privatized Great Britain, Japan (about 15% of generating capacities are concentrated in the ownership of end consumers) and Belgium (5% of generating capacities are in the ownership of municipalities and end consumers, and approximately 20% of distribution networks are in municipal ownership).
      To the topic (send) of the article: / Japan and Fukushima let us down, but, again, it was not Chernobyl at all /
      in our country, a private trader owns Nornickel (one) and the second owns all aluminum, and some who own all steel.
      What a backwater
      Shl.
      It was planned that 49% in the project company "Akkuyu Nuclear" Rosatom will sell Turkish private investors, retaining 51%. In June 2017, a term sheet agreement was signed with three private Turkish companies - Cengiz Holding, Kolin Insaat and Kalyon Insaat, which were supposed to receive 49%.
      1. Crimean partisan 1974 1 January 2020 10: 53 New
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        Japan and Fukushima gave up, yes, but again it was not Chernobyl at all / ....... of course it wasn’t Chernobyl, the Chernobyl accident was eliminated in six months, and Fukushima still pours tens of tons per second of radioactive ... well, how 9 years have passed, and things are still there, why do you think why did Yapi so tear the topic of smoking and Sakhalin, but because there’s nothing to eat, there’s an interesting map
  10. parusnik 26 December 2019 16: 25 New
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    ... For the rest of the post-Soviet space, we don’t worry how much we worry about Ukraine .. Yes, the small-town bourgeoisie spread rot there ... They try to fill their pockets ... We have quite the opposite, our bourgeois carry everything and carry their money to the treasury to make life easier for the people .. They support free medical facilities for their money, build schools, pay huge amounts of money out of their pocket to state employees, raise space, how much they invested in the construction of the cosmodrome, etc ... laughing
    1. Reptiloid 27 December 2019 11: 49 New
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      for their money contain free medical ....---- for your loved ones,
      build schools----- for your children,
      pay extra huge bucks from your pocket .....--- This is you, dear Alexey, bully hinting at bribes, corruption? laughing
  11. Undecim 26 December 2019 19: 26 New
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    This is not the first time that the author has used topics for his turbo-propaganda articles in which, to put it mildly, he understands little. This time, a “terrible topic” came to my eyes in the form of “corporatization of Energoatom.” According to the author, a particular horror should be given to the process by “attempts to attract investors”.
    To begin with, we will understand what corporatization is.
    Corporatization is the transformation of state-owned enterprises and closed joint-stock companies in which more than 75% of the statutory fund is owned by the state into a corporation.
    What is a corporation? A corporation is a legal form of business. The result of corporatization of state enterprises is the creation of a state corporation, i.e. corporations in which a controlling stake is retained by the state. The form is determined by the legislation of a particular country. In relation to Ukraine, it is a joint-stock company in which the state retains a controlling stake.
    A classic example is the Kalashnikov concern. 51% of the concern is owned by the state, 49% - to private investors.
    Or "Russian Helicopters." 87,5% of the shares are in the state, 12,5 are in Mubadala from the Emirates. Last year, 49% of RT-Chemcomposite shares were put up for sale. These are all defense enterprises that are part of Rostec.
    Therefore, the author’s predictions about the arrival of “scorched businessmen” in order to bankrupt the nuclear industry of Ukraine and transfer it to electricity supplies from Europe look, as it were, not foolish, or what.
    Europe today is intensely "greening" and is planning to eliminate nuclear power plants and thermal power plants on coal. Why should Europe supply Ukraine with electricity?
    Well, the phrase "The main thing is that the corporatization of the atom opens such a wide window of possibilities that it is scary to imagine in Ukrainian realities." There is a layman who introduced the Ukrainian "disengaged atom." obviously, he should scream in horror and run into the pantry for a gas mask.
    Such agitation has the exact opposite effect. Does the author really not understand this?
  12. Avior 26 December 2019 20: 23 New
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    They say that out of nothing a woman can create a salad, hat and scandal.
    But, as it turned out, with due skill, an article can be made out of nothing.
    For if the question is in the title
    . Nuclear offshore. Are Ukrainian NPPs up for sale?

    It is clear and simple to answer- No, Ukrainian nuclear power plants are not for sale.
    That article does not work.
    But if heaps of all kinds of statements, add horrors like
    As you know, the nuclear industry of Ukraine is in a frightening state. The number of emergencies is increasing year by year, the ranks of professional personnel are thinning, and politics is destructively interfering in the process.

    And do not bother yourself with any figures or facts, but confine yourself to the killer and irresistible argument "as you know," and at the same time mix everything into an unimaginable mess, then you can sprinkle an article, you can’t understand anything from it.
    But the article, here it is, ready!
    Let the reader himself finish, who is in what much, just business ....
    hi
  13. midshipman 26 December 2019 20: 25 New
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    In the 80s in Ukraine there were 19 enterprises and research institutes of the Ministry of Radio Industry. More than 90 thousand specialists worked there. These were the enterprises of my GU and 4 GU. All enterprises were liquidated.
  14. 75 Sergey 26 December 2019 21: 47 New
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    And I do not agree, Germany is killing its own nuclear power plants, and even the "green" Gretta is stirring up water, it is easier for them to buy electricity abroad, although Ukraine has heavily spoiled its nuclear power plants with purchases of American TVELs, but apparently they tried to adjust the base for privatization.
    Something not one reactor did not shandarah, probably adapted.
    1. Crimean partisan 1974 1 January 2020 11: 14 New
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      American fuel rods, ... correctly print not fuel rods but fuel assemblies (heat-absorbing assemblies), Westinghouse fuel assemblies have higher fuel purification, therefore reactivity is higher and WWR-500 reactors simply do not have time to respond to heat generation, therefore emergency stops to Ukrainian nuclear power plants this is the norm, just think about it, the Zaparozh NPP out of 6 units stopped for technical emergency repairs 5 times, emergency situations separately for the units for a hundred cases ....
      . Something not one reactor did not shandarahnul, probably adapted ........ yeah, well. pour aviation gas into the VAZ 2101 and you will see what will happen in twenty seconds, a guaranteed fist of friendship
      1. 75 Sergey 1 January 2020 16: 35 New
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        In the 131st flooded, pulls shitty, but nothing, then went.
        1. Crimean partisan 1974 1 January 2020 17: 23 New
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          In the 131st flooded, pulls shitty, but nothing, I traveled .... yeah, after replacing the engines
  15. depressant 26 December 2019 23: 13 New
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    The Ukrainian authorities and groups of fascist youths controlling their behavior are not only sick with hatred for us - they are very sick with it. Loss in the struggle for territory sharply intensified the disease, giving hatred a special glow, which removes any suspicion of the naturalness of this product. And, as you know, the West greatly appreciates natural products, the demand is stable, even if it is a disease. Apparently, hatred for us is all that Ukraine is going to live on after the sale of the country's body.
  16. Megatron 26 December 2019 23: 56 New
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    We are not much better. Read government plans for Privatization for 2020.
  17. Alex66 27 December 2019 09: 01 New
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    Under capitalism, there is only one scenario: what we have in Russia, what in Ukraine, what in England is the nationalization of unprofitable enterprises with the transfer of debts to taxpayers and the privatization of profitable ones with the transfer of profits to new owners. Do you think that unprofitable enterprises are being privatized in Russia? Only Ukraine is needed for noise, whatever we hear about our own.
  18. 1536 27 December 2019 13: 47 New
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    One gets the impression that Ukraine is an African country where with a wave of their hands they harvest three times a year, just like that bananas and dates, figs and coconuts grow. All this can be chewed, eat, and starvation with all the desire will not succeed. Or is it some kind of Baltic “tiger”, where all the specialists are counted, from artists to plumbers, and every Briton, Frenchman or German has their business card with contact numbers and addresses. Or do programmers and IT people live entirely in Ukraine, like in Singapore or Hong Kong, serving computers and networks around the world?
    But all this is good, let them live as they know. But NPP is not only a Ukrainian matter. Where does the IAEA look, for example? Or should we soon expect sanctions against Russia from this organization for the "unsatisfactory state of Ukrainian nuclear power plants"? It has passed with sports why the same thing can’t do the same with atomic energy, and finally, to the delight of all “progressive humanity”, it will be possible to drive the Russians out of the market for the construction of new nuclear power plants, uranium enrichment, electricity generation, nuclear research, medical research with use of atomic technologies, etc.
    Is it really so hard to understand in the government that this is an offensive against our country on all fronts (the next in a row, like the Nazis near Moscow in 1941)? We must finally counterattack, do something, even in the absence of snowstorm in the street and snow on the ground and to the accompaniment of the famous music “Everything is fine, beautiful marquise, and we are doing fine!” ... Or everything is already sold by quiet glanders , "But the men don’t know"?
    1. andrei2911 29 December 2019 08: 32 New
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      This is surprising. Power units are repaired almost monthly, and the IAEA is silent. Apparently there is an order from the USA ...
  19. NF68 27 December 2019 15: 40 New
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    Nevertheless, Ukraine is a merry country. Something new to further destroy the country will always come up.
  20. IL-64 28 December 2019 19: 28 New
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    Experiments will continue with deliveries of Westinghouse fuel assemblies to Ukrainian NPPs, which are actually similar to TVEL products, but differing in quality for the worse, which has already led to the premise of accidents at a number of Ukrainian power units. So it will be fun for everyone. To us too
  21. andrei2911 29 December 2019 08: 29 New
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    I feel that they will give us raguli to the Stockholm arbitration and demand that they repair the nuclear power plants and give them fuel rods for free. Well, what? With a gas ride, though. Due to the dire economic situation ...
  22. iouris 4 January 2020 16: 42 New
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    These are USSR assets for sale. Good buy, Soviet people, you stayed with a nose.