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Rostec to build two thermal power plants in Iran under a contract for a total of $ 4,8 billion

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Russia continues to intensify trade and economic cooperation with Iran. So, Rostec concern publishes information that Technopromexport company, which is part of the concern’s structure, in Iran will carry out work in the field of creating an energy complex for a total amount of 4,8 billion dollars. The company will build two thermal power plants and supply the necessary equipment for their work.


Rostec to build two thermal power plants in Iran under a contract for a total of $ 4,8 billion


RIA News referring to Rostec, Tekhnopromexport will take part in the modernization of four more power units of the existing power plants in Iranian territory.

The site for one of the CHP, which will be built by Russian specialists, is located in the province of Hormozgan, in the vicinity of the city of Bandar Abbas. The planned output of CHP is 350 MW. In the same area, the Russian company will create a modern desalination station with a capacity of about 200 thousand cubic meters per day.

From the message Rostec:
The total amount of work and equipment supplies for these projects is about 4,8 billion dollars. UEC Holding is ready to supply gas-turbine power stations and gas pumping units with a unit capacity from 2,5 to 25 MW to companies in the Iranian fuel and energy complex.


Russia has already presented the Arlan gas pumping units GPA-16 and Ufa GPA-16R used at underground gas storage stations and gas pipelines, as well as the GTE-18 gas turbine power plant, designed to generate electrical and thermal energy, at the “Trade Industrial Dialogue: Russia - Iran ”, held in Tehran.
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  1. Silkway0026
    Silkway0026 25 December 2015 16: 04
    +7
    Dogs barking - the caravan is coming!
    1. fox21h
      fox21h 25 December 2015 16: 06
      +7
      In spite of the Turks, now investments will go to Iran, the main thing is that it would not work like with the Turks.
      1. MIKHALYCH1
        MIKHALYCH1 25 December 2015 16: 14
        +5
        Well, otherwise Russia is being wheeled as a raw materials appendage of the West, etc. We have a high-tech production of thermal power plants, nuclear power plants, etc. ... Some engines for what’s rockets are worth (the US still bought them ..))) hi
        1. cniza
          cniza 25 December 2015 16: 48
          +4
          Jobs, employment and politically not very bad.
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        3. oldseaman1957
          oldseaman1957 25 December 2015 16: 50
          -4
          Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
          We have high-tech production of thermal power plants, nuclear power plants, etc ...
          - Not much, however ... Look, the oil crouched, and cuckoo! But Medvedev is clever, such, teaches us on the box. Here they say to Gorbachev, it was impossible even to entrust the neighborhood. And Dima, this time, it's time to go to kindergarten again ...
          1. Greyhound famously
            Greyhound famously 25 December 2015 17: 50
            +4
            Oil crouched almost twice. It's true. Now count. Oil and gas accounted for almost 14% of Russia's GDP. Those. in the event of a collapse in prices for them, the GDP should have halved by 6–7% and only decreased by 4,5%. Those. this year, economic growth in non-oil and gas sectors will amount to 1,5 - 2%. For me it’s so very good.
            So do not blame the government. The collapse of oil did not depend on them, but the increase outside the raw materials sector is just for them.
            1. -Traveller-
              -Traveller- 25 December 2015 18: 00
              -3
              GDP in our country fell 1,5 times in 2015 alone. at face value, in dollars, not in candy wrappers.
              GDP on PPS is an invention of the IMF or the United Nations for the poor. they say that you have a GDP of 5 thousand dollars per capita, do not cry, everything is not so bad, according to the PPP all 15 thousand
              1. Greyhound famously
                Greyhound famously 25 December 2015 18: 16
                +2
                While you and others like you will consider everything in other people's banknotes, nothing good will happen for Russia. Since it is precisely such a position that urges one to orient oneself and look not at one’s own interests, but at others and adapt to them. The experience of the 90s taught nothing? Not fed up yet, not tuned in?
                1. -Traveller-
                  -Traveller- 26 December 2015 01: 42
                  -1
                  you have to consider, you used to know about trips abroad.
                  and work periodically have to buy computer equipment and ruble prices do not please nifig.
                  etc.
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              2. nik13
                nik13 25 December 2015 20: 31
                +1
                I have not heard such nonsense !!!
                The country's GDP is calculated in the same currency, but the fact that our products have become more competitive also has positive sides - do not you find?
              3. nik13
                nik13 25 December 2015 20: 31
                -1
                I have not heard such nonsense !!!
                The country's GDP is calculated in the same currency, but the fact that our products have become more competitive also has positive sides - do not you find?
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            3. varov14
              varov14 25 December 2015 20: 29
              -2
              Why did the ruble collapse, did the population finally decide to rob?
            4. onega67
              onega67 26 December 2015 10: 16
              0
              Not quite so, GDP in rubles, the rate doubled, even more, this must be taken into account
        4. anfil
          anfil 25 December 2015 19: 11
          0
          I wonder why they need thermal power plants in the south of the country, the climate of the city of Bandar Abbas is hot and arid, in summer temperatures reach up to 50 degrees, in winter they do not drop below five, the average humidity reaches up to 70 percent, although it can for industry.

          Cogeneration Plant (CHP) - A type of thermal power plant that not only produces electricity, but also is a source of thermal energy in centralized heat supply systems (in the form of steam and hot water, including for providing hot water supply and heating of residential and industrial facilities).
          1. -Traveller-
            -Traveller- 26 December 2015 01: 47
            -2
            The main point of these thermal power plants is the generation of electricity, judging by the fact that the power in MW is indicated, but not in gcal. and hot water is needed anyway.
            it’s not clear where such a 4,8 billion price tag is from. In fact, such power costs an order of magnitude lower.
            Hike the next cut.
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        5. dr.Bo
          dr.Bo 25 December 2015 20: 31
          -1
          Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
          (The US still bought them ..)

          Raise the cost of the engine at times, it is simply necessary !!!
          Why doesn’t the government do this (therefore, the government makes a political decision)
      2. Diana Ilyina
        Diana Ilyina 25 December 2015 16: 15
        +9
        Quote: fox21h
        In spite of the Turks, now investments will go to Iran, the main thing is that it would not work like with the Turks.


        Let’s hope that the Persians are not such a vile people as the Turks! I kind of didn’t fight much with the Persians, of course there were frictions and even minor wars, but not like with the Turks! And Iran has nowhere to go, especially, friendship with the United States is hardly a good option for them, and they know how it can end! There are Russia, China and India, so the choice is not great!
        1. -Traveller-
          -Traveller- 25 December 2015 17: 54
          -2
          Persians and I never fought at all, they’ve been sitting under different Türks for 900 years - Ghaznavids, Seljuks, Khorezm, Mongols, Timurids, Kyzylbashi. and before that, under the Arabs, but then Russia was still gone.
          1. miru mir
            miru mir 25 December 2015 22: 22
            -1
            Russia fought with Persia more than once.
            1. -Traveller-
              -Traveller- 26 December 2015 01: 27
              -1
              read books or wikipedia at least. look who are the Khajars, Nadir Shah, Safavids.
              1. miru mir
                miru mir 26 December 2015 12: 19
                0
                The Russian-Persian conflict (1651 — 1653) is an armed conflict in the North Caucasus related to Persian aspirations to gain a foothold in the region.
                Persian campaign (1722 — 1723) - the campaign of the Russian army and navy in Transcaucasia and Dagestan, belonging to Persia, the first of a series of Russian-Persian conflicts.
                The Russian-Persian War (1796) is the response of the Russian Empire to the capture of Tbilisi by Persia.
                The Russian-Persian War (1804 — 1813) is Persia’s response to the accession of East Georgia to Russia.
                The Russian-Persian War (1826 — 1828) is Iran’s attempt to recover the territories lost in the Trans-Caucasus under the Gulistan Treaty.
                ****
                And so on.
                1. -Traveller-
                  -Traveller- 26 December 2015 23: 43
                  0
                  Sorry, but you are some kind of dull, I chewed everything for you, called the dynasties, offered to read something about them to broaden my horizons.
                  all the events described by you belong to the periods of the rule of 2 dynasties (conditionally called Persian) - these are Safavids and Kajars. both of them are Kyzylbashi, Shiite Turks, in fact, the ancestors of today's southern Azerbaijanis. the Persians, of course, made up the majority of the population of the shah, but at the same time they were a subordinate nation, not oppressed, but simply subordinate.
                  so that Russia fought with the Kyzylbash, it was the Russian-Kyzylbash war. and the first conflict on your list is generally some kind of North Caucasian mess with some, but not the main participation of the Kyzylbashs and Cossacks (which, with a stretch, could be considered Russia in the 17th century, but rather they were left to their own devices, although generally allied with the Moscow state, like Kabarda)
                  1. miru mir
                    miru mir 27 December 2015 10: 01
                    0
                    You will excuse me too, but I’m slow-witted, just the same smile You claim that Russia never fought with the Persians, we turn to the banal wiki and-ops-detecting multiple wars. What's the difference, under whom someone "sat"? During the Second World War, Russia, using your terminology, "sat" under the communists. You won't say that she was not at war with Germany?
                    1. -Traveller-
                      -Traveller- 27 December 2015 18: 49
                      0
                      Communists are partisanship, while Persians or Azerbaijanis are nationalities. during the Crimean war, Russia fought with the British and Ottoman empires, i.e. with the British and Turks, and not with India and Serbia, although the Indians were already under the British, and the Serbs are still under the Turks. from the 16th to the beginning of the 20th century the so-called Persia (as well as periodically Afghanistan, Iraq, Armenia) was conquered by the Kyzylbash Turks, i.e. southern Azerbaijanis. The terminology “Russian-Persian war” confuses you, but the name Persia is a modern simplification, the Safaviye devleti seems to be complicated for the average person.
                      1. miru mir
                        miru mir 27 December 2015 20: 50
                        0
                        First of all, let's respect the great and the mighty — be so kind as to write Russia with a capital letter — this mistake scratches my eye.

                        Quote: -Traveller-
                        in the Crimean war, Russia fought with the British and Ottoman empires, i.e. with the British and Turks

                        That's right. Just as the Russian-Persian wars were fought between Russians and Persians. And there were several wars. And no one can say that the war between Russia and Persia (present-day Iran) cannot flare up again.
                      2. -Traveller-
                        -Traveller- 28 December 2015 02: 54
                        +1
                        Quote: miru mir
                        please write Russia with a capital letter

                        it’s inconvenient to switch the register on the tablet
                        Quote: miru mir
                        Russian-Persian wars were fought between Russians and Persians

                        between Russians and Kyzylbash-Azerbaijanis. The Persians weaved carpets, cultivated the land and sat in offices, sometimes rebelled. and the country was ruled and fought by the Turks. which by the way for contemporaries in Russia, Central Asia, India, etc. there was no secret, and in the sources of those centuries, they everywhere speak of Kyzylbash, Kyzylbash, etc., the troops of the shah and its rulers are called Kyzylbash everywhere. read in the chronicles and chronicles about the stenka razin, about the nadir shah. everywhere one can hear "Kyzylbash people", "Kyzylbash emir / shah".
                        about the present - I personally do not see any prerequisites for the Russian-Iranian war.
                      3. miru mir
                        miru mir 28 December 2015 08: 42
                        +1
                        Uh ... Do you have any special tablet?
                        I don’t know where you get your information from, but speaking
                        Quote: -Traveller-
                        the Persians wove carpets, cultivated the land and sat in the offices

                        you just make me laugh. And about the background, take a look at the cause of all the Russian-Persian wars. These reasons exist now. Moreover, there are many other reasons, and if you look beyond your templates, you can easily see them.
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  2. seti
    seti 25 December 2015 16: 20
    +3
    In agriculture, in 2016, it is planned to increase the turnover by three times, and in general trade turnover to 30 billion green. There is talk of settlements in national currencies, although there are still difficulties due to the disconnection of Iran from SWIFT payments. Iran is ready to replace Turkey on all acute food issues; in addition, it actively offers its own seafood, in particular shrimp and lobster. Well, our manufactured goods in exchange for oil. Let me remind you that this oil will be sold to India like ours. Bypassing US and K sanctions
  3. kil 31
    kil 31 25 December 2015 16: 23
    -1
    I understand that. We give Iran a loan for the construction. Then we build ourselves. We take Iranian firms as contractors. We will wait for a financial response in 20 years, if we are not thrown in 20 years. When will we get out of this system of Rostec and also Rosatom? Tired of investing yards of dollars and then writing them off. Maybe retirees will live on more specific pensions? If they want to build power facilities. Save money or borrow from the west. Let them deal with the fact that they have invested in the wrong place.
    1. kil 31
      kil 31 25 December 2015 16: 57
      0
      minus one answer
    2. just exp
      just exp 25 December 2015 17: 36
      0
      Do not tell me which Iranian company produces and mounts reactors? Or are you talking about those contractors that build walls and pour concrete?
      Threat Rosatom is still not running out of fuel over the years of operation of the nuclear power plant.
      1. -Traveller-
        -Traveller- 25 December 2015 18: 02
        +3
        Have you read the article? what nafig nuclear power plant? thermal power plants are going to build.
        1. kil 31
          kil 31 25 December 2015 21: 47
          -1
          Quote: -Traveller-
          Have you read the article? what nafig nuclear power plant? thermal power plants are going to build.

          I read the article. I just compared our approaches. As a nuclear power plant, that a thermal power plant we have one approach. We give money at a small percentage of the loan, they pay us from our loan. We hire their construction firms to work. They will only have to pay out of our loan, so that we would build and drive turbines for them for our money allocated on credit. We will wait further, when they will pay off, in 10 years, and then they will begin to transfer interest to us on income. There is a problem in 10 years they will need new turbines. These are our turbines and naturally they will ask us, since others will not work. We will give them a loan and they will buy new turbines from us on our loan. Everything is wrapped in a spiral. It turns out they are with electro, we are without attendants. ALILUA
          1. -Traveller-
            -Traveller- 26 December 2015 01: 30
            -1
            the same rake as in the ussr. politics is ahead of the economy. the result will be deplorable
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    3. Maxom75
      Maxom75 25 December 2015 17: 43
      0
      Iran has gold, deposits of uranium and platinum, they are mining, let them pay with expensive raw materials.
    4. pl675
      pl675 25 December 2015 18: 40
      +1
      100% agree.
      it’s clear that this is an image.
      it is clear that prestige.
      but give people of work with dignity to meet passion, this is also an indicator of success.
    5. Suvorov
      Suvorov 26 December 2015 10: 43
      0
      Quote: keel 31
      I understand that. We give Iran a loan for the construction. Then we build ourselves. We take Iranian firms as contractors. We will wait for a financial response in 20 years, if we are not thrown in 20 years. When will we get out of this system of Rostec and also Rosatom? Tired of investing yards of dollars and then writing them off. Maybe retirees will live on more specific pensions?

      By giving them credit, we are actually giving money to our power equipment manufacturers. Moreover, the loan is allocated in rubles (although in the contract it is fixed in dollars at the exchange rate at the time of issue). And our Central Bank can print as many rubles as necessary (there would be demand, but it appears only with the development of industry and markets for our products), then rubles are transferred in the form of a loan, for example, to Vneshtorgbank, and through it to the Customer and our enterprises, and they pay taxes to the budget (including the Pension Fund), and so "in a circle". The customer (ie Iran) will pay in currency (or, at worst, oil, gold, etc.) Thus, we develop our industry, give "load" to our own production capacities, especially in a crisis when the Russian market is limited ... As for the payment for the services of Iranian builders (subcontractors), these are insignificant costs and their costs are included in the cost of the contract. The scheme is good, it would be somehow "adapted" for the domestic market.
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  • Denis Obukhov
    Denis Obukhov 25 December 2015 16: 14
    +1
    The Indian market is developing faster than the Chinese and, therefore, more promising, and all the more so since it is necessary to maintain improving relations with the Chinese competitors, otherwise you can stay with the impoverished West.
  • Denis Obukhov
    Denis Obukhov 25 December 2015 16: 22
    +1
    But the S-400 deal fell through.
    The Hindus would like to receive technology along with the purchase, or there the joint venture to ramble in India ...
    but C400 is not that option - the bar is too high, so no one will share ...
  • moskowit
    moskowit 25 December 2015 16: 08
    -1
    The government knows where to move Serdyukov. Verified frames will never let you down. Everything that is entrusted will be done on time and with high quality.
    1. Alexei
      Alexei 25 December 2015 16: 21
      0
      Quote: moskowit
      The government knows where to move Serdyukov. Verified frames will never let you down. Everything that is entrusted will be done on time and with high quality.

      Why didn’t they quarter him, I won’t put my mind to it? If they would have quartered him, then they would have stopped stealing all at once, and heaven would have come to Russia ...
  • bad
    bad 25 December 2015 16: 08
    0
    Rostec to build two thermal power plants in Iran under a contract for a total of $ 4,8 billion
    ... Iran is now an ally, that's dividends .. smile
  • seti
    seti 25 December 2015 16: 13
    +7
    The main thing is that while sanctions are being applied against Iran, it will be fixed in it seriously and for a long time. The nuclear and military spheres are of course the most profitable and long-term. But there are also railways, the heavy truck market, and construction. Well, do not forget the oil gas and agricultural interests. Moreover, relations are maintained by the rulers of Iran.
    The following month, the official transfer of C-300.
    1. varov14
      varov14 25 December 2015 20: 43
      -1
      In Turkey, there were also gas interests, whose main business is and at whose expense. You do not forget that we do not have the USSR and our interests, that is. States are not at all the same as any corporation. They must earn money at their own expense, and not for our taxes.
  • Asadullah
    Asadullah 25 December 2015 16: 15
    +5
    most importantly, that would not work as with the Turks.


    Do not believe it, in Iran they are worried about this for Russia. Suddenly there will be a warming with the United States and the Russians will again curtail all programs in Iran. Iran, first of all, is a completely different people. I invite everyone who has the opportunity to visit this country. Our raftingists have been exploring the country's mountain rivers for more than a year, but besides nature, this is the cradle of history, an understanding of the natural sciences, medicine, mathematics, astronomy was born here. You can even visit the existing Zoroastrian shrines and some of the oldest synagogues. Iran, an amazing country, those who have always been to Turkey, can immediately feel the difference between the peoples.
    1. Mountain shooter
      Mountain shooter 25 December 2015 16: 27
      0
      Yes with pleasure. Only "oll inclusive" is not offered to Iran. angry And I met with the Iranians. Educated and calm people. They left a very pleasant impression.
  • realdiamond
    realdiamond 25 December 2015 16: 15
    -2
    Is it a loan again? Googled, not completely sure, but it looks like a loan. If so, why? Is it really impossible to agree otherwise?
    1. Asadullah
      Asadullah 25 December 2015 17: 20
      0
      Is it a loan again? Googled, not completely sure, but it looks like a loan. If so, why? Is it really impossible to agree otherwise?


      In all megaprojects of Iran, Chinabank is involved. Russian builders do not have free billions to build on credit, therefore, even if loan obligations are indicated in the contract, the PRC will fulfill them. The only question is the schedule. For example, similar enterprises abroad of some persons known to us, withdrew profit before the start of work, and then the work itself was carried out from filling deposit accounts. This will not work with a Chinese bank. That is, the issue of deferred profits will be a priority and comply with the laws of the PRC, and for the construction of money there will certainly always be plenty. I think everyone will agree that this is fair.
  • Vadim237
    Vadim237 25 December 2015 16: 18
    0
    Interestingly, this construction will be carried out for Iranian money, or we will again give a loan for construction.
  • seti
    seti 25 December 2015 16: 37
    +2
    Quote: realdiamond
    Is it a loan again? Googled, not completely sure, but it looks like a loan. If so, why? Is it really impossible to agree otherwise?

    Perhaps on credit. But is it so scary ..? Iran now doesn’t have much money; it’s been under similar sanctions for a long time, accounts are blocked, import revenues have fallen significantly and oil is sold to isolated countries, mainly to China. And at bargain prices. But if you do not offer them help in a compartment with investments now, where is the guarantee that others will not beat us then ..? Then when Iran enters the oil market again. The same Chinese and Americans with Europeans for a couple immediately offer their services. The main thing is to arrange everything so that we will not be thrown later, but does Iran need this ..? Where is the guarantee that what we build without us will work. If we help them in the energy sector, then for sure the most chubby contracts in the military sphere will be for Russia. Iran is now the only large country in the world that will rearm the army, and that’s all and all .. These are dozens of mln $ and our piece should be maximum.
    1. realdiamond
      realdiamond 25 December 2015 16: 48
      0
      That's why I asked that I have doubts about the guarantee of payment. The Chinese, the Europeans, the Americans ... About the Americans - you will not spoil their conditions, as I think. Europeans are also not far from them. I have nothing against the word from Iran at all, but if there is a chance of no return, then you should not climb. Have we written off anything to Iran in the past? In the light of a possible force majeure, can a railway and heat station be built in the village of Kukuyevo? Although local contractors will earn :) Maybe of course paranoia, but you must admit, not without reason.
      Z.Y. According to the military commissar - there seemed to be loans too ...
      In general, I will be glad if I am mistaken.
    2. padded jacket
      padded jacket 25 December 2015 16: 50
      0
      Cause good Iran must be tied to itself is a strong and dynamically developing country with great potential and just as hates terrorism as we do, unlike, for example, Saudi Arabia, Israel or Qatar, which with all their might "breed" bandits in the region.
      About our previous project with Bushehr Iran.
      1. padded jacket
        padded jacket 25 December 2015 16: 56
        +1
        According to S-300 for Iran:
        Deliveries of S-300 systems to Iran will begin in January 2016
        "The process of supplying the first S-300PMU-2 regiment is planned to begin in January and be completed in February next year. Iran should receive the second regiment of these systems in August-September 2016," the agency's source said.
        Each kit includes a regiment command post and two divisions with four launchers in each. The cost of two regimental sets of S-300PMU-2 will be more than $ 1 billion.
        In addition, the source noted, about 80 Iranian specialists will be trained to operate the systems in Russian training centers. "About 80 Iranian military specialists will begin training in the operation of the S-2016PMU-300 in the training centers of the Mozhaisky Academy in January 2. The training duration will be about four months. Its cost is included in the contract. Upon completion of the training, the Iranians, presumably, in May, return home "
        "The first batch of the contracted S-300PMU-2 - one regimental set was immediately sent to the Kapustin Yar test site. Currently, these systems are completing tests there to confirm the declared technical characteristics. Then they will go to the port of shipment on the Russian part of the Caspian Sea coast, from where by sea will be delivered to Iran "
        http://tass.ru/armiya-i-opk/2556623
      2. -Traveller-
        -Traveller- 25 December 2015 17: 38
        -2
        Quote: quilted jacket
        and also hates terrorism

        haha, Iran - the creator and sponsor of hezbollah finally.
        everyone in the region has his own hand-held terrorists
        1. pl675
          pl675 25 December 2015 18: 48
          0
          Quote: -Traveller-
          Quote: quilted jacket
          and also hates terrorism

          haha, Iran - the creator and sponsor of hezbollah finally.
          everyone in the region has his own hand-held terrorists


          Comrade, did you yourself read that you had spoiled?
        2. padded jacket
          padded jacket 25 December 2015 20: 23
          +1
          Quote: -Traveller-
          ha ha, iran - Hezbollah creator and sponsor

          But Hezbollah is not terrorists, it is a national liberation movement.
          "Some say that Hezbollah is a terrorist organization. We maintain contacts and relations with them, because we do not consider them a terrorist organization. They have never committed any terrorist attacks on Russian territory. Hezbollah has been elected by the people to the Lebanese parliament, there are members governments and ministers from Hezbollah in Lebanon. This is a legitimate social and political force, "said Bogdanov, the Russian president's special envoy for the Middle East and North Africa, deputy foreign minister of the Russian Federation.
          https://rufabula.com/news/2015/11/15/hamas-friends

          But of course, if you are from Israel, then yes for you Hezbollah terrorists because you can’t forget how she gave you "in the ass" in 2006 lol
          1. -Traveller-
            -Traveller- 26 December 2015 01: 36
            0
            I am from Murmansk, Israeli affairs do not care for me. Jebhat-en-nusra, also on the territory of Russia, did not suit the attacks. and by the way, do they even have terrorist attacks on their account?
            and hezbahs, like the Soviet diplomat, vanished in the 80s, it was the case.
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  • Huan karlos
    Huan karlos 25 December 2015 16: 44
    +2
    excellent, good work, give fruit from Iran, Erdogan profiled his happiness
  • -Traveller-
    -Traveller- 25 December 2015 17: 35
    0
    350 MW for 4,8 billion? in my opinion, either the Persians are well-bred, or someone will get a crazy rollback.
  • dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 25 December 2015 18: 46
    +2
    Iran is a very reliable independent partner and friend of Russia. If we treat it neatly, we will be permanently connected in many areas.
  • Wiskar
    Wiskar 25 December 2015 20: 04
    +1
    Russia in the first nine months of 2015 lost more than $ 110 billion due to lower world prices in commodity markets, the Bank of Russia report on monetary policy said.


    adding here -
    The lifting of sanctions from Iran will have a significant impact on the global oil market and the Iranian economy. Iran’s full return to the world market will lead to a drop in oil prices by $ 10 per barrel in 2016. This is stated in the report of the World Bank (WB).


    Now add here that

    "According to our estimates, the decline in oil prices from $ 100 to $ 45 per barrel will lead to a drop in export revenues by about $ 160 billion in annual terms," ​​said earlier the head of the Bank of Russia Elvira Nabiullina.


    Calculate the losses from lifting sanctions from Iran and Iran entering the oil market at full capacity in 2016, given that a $ 1 drop costs Russia nearly 3 billion dollars.

    Not to mention Iran’s attempts to crawl back to where it’s trying to get rid of attachment to Russia. The same goes for gas.

    Therefore, the lifting of sanctions from Iran is not so good for Russia. But of course, such projects smooth the situation a bit, but Iran will continue to sit Russia where it can.
  • Termit1309
    Termit1309 26 December 2015 04: 16
    +1
    Quote: Wiskar
    Calculate the losses from lifting sanctions from Iran and Iran entering the oil market at full capacity in 2016, given that a $ 1 drop costs Russia nearly 3 billion dollars.

    Not to mention Iran’s attempts to crawl back to where it’s trying to get rid of attachment to Russia. The same goes for gas.

    Therefore, the lifting of sanctions from Iran is not so good for Russia. But of course, such projects smooth the situation a bit, but Iran will continue to sit Russia where it can.

    The initiator of the lifting of sanctions was not Russia, if you do not know, your best friend and overlord of the United States. Shit on us and you.
    To enter into confrontation with Iran and try to return sanctions is at least stupid. Yes and not real. If Israel didn’t succeed in telling the United States not to lift the sanctions, then Russia will definitely not succeed.
    Therefore, they decided to recapture losses due to the same Iran. I think the supply of weapons and large-scale projects to a large extent compensate for the losses. At the same time, they will help to get off the oil needle.
    1. Wiskar
      Wiskar 26 December 2015 11: 43
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      Quote: Termit1309
      The initiator of the lifting of sanctions was not Russia, if you do not know, your best friend and overlord of the United States. Shit on us and you.


      Exactly. Obama has beautifully spoiled. For a long time, friends did not crap Israel like that. When was the situation when Russia and the United States were on the same side in the vote? Usually when it is beneficial to the United States and not very Russia.

      Quote: Termit1309
      To enter into confrontation with Iran and try to return sanctions is at least stupid. Yes and not real.


      This is understandable.

      Quote: Termit1309
      Therefore, they decided to recapture losses due to the same Iran. I think the supply of weapons and large-scale projects to a large extent compensate for the losses. At the same time, they will help to get off the oil needle.


      Europe and others will now try to replace Russia where they can with Iran. Russia was framed and framed well. Russia supporting Iran could not refuse support, and Iran does not hide its plans to increase gas and oil exports.