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Re: ...an umbilical chord to Europe, to mimic a phrase

Postby Oceanside50 » Wed Nov 26, 2014 4:53 am

Get Real! wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
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Lordo wrote:ignore terggy at your peril. it is like having an elephant in common grass pasture outside, that you were planning to use for your sheepriots.

evdeki pazar carsiya uymaz deller, gavole.

Turkey is just a 3rd world peasant country capitalizing on Americas’ support and mass corruption of global institutions and yet they still can’t attain anything for you or themselves because that’s how useless they are!

Imagine if the US and the EU were to turn against them… they would capitulate within a few months!

Cyprus, despite all the pressures, despite the US’ mass global corruption working against Cyprus, despite Cyprus’ small size, despite the illegal occupation of 37% of their territory, despite having such a garbage neighbor like Turkey, will STILL overcome these uneducated Islamo-fascist punks and defeat them.


ISIL are Islamo-fascists too!

Thank God for the American coalition that is fighting these punks!

What a daft irrelevant response! :?

I don’t give a shit about ISIS… they have NOTHING to do with the CyProb.


What if one of them blows himself up in Ledra? 20 percent of these assholes are turks..
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Re: ...an umbilical chord to Europe, to mimic a phrase

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Wed Nov 26, 2014 1:36 pm

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“They agreed to expedite discussions on exporting Cypriot natural gas to Egypt,” the statement said.

Direct export

Lakkotrypis said the best way for Cyprus to export to Egypt was directly via a pipeline.

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/busines ... iches.html


...another choice.


Dude, where are you going with all this? Egypt doesn't need gas from anyone. They are net producers.

Besides, Cyprus' gas is for European markets - where it's cold!

(Trying to get your focus back.)
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Re: ...an umbilical chord to Europe, to mimic a phrase

Postby Get Real! » Wed Nov 26, 2014 1:40 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:
“They agreed to expedite discussions on exporting Cypriot natural gas to Egypt,” the statement said.

Direct export

Lakkotrypis said the best way for Cyprus to export to Egypt was directly via a pipeline.

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/busines ... iches.html


...another choice.


Dude, where are you going with all this? Egypt doesn't need gas from anyone. They are net producers.

Besides, Cyprus' gas is for European markets - where it's cold!

(Trying to get your focus back.)

http://www.forbes.com/sites/christopher ... rgy-needs/
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Re: ...an umbilical chord to Europe, to mimic a phrase

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed Nov 26, 2014 4:43 pm

...point is, cooperation is key to the exploitation of this resource, no one country, or investor, can exploit it in a manner where they can do it all alone until the final product is sold to the final consumer. these pipelines will continue to be built technologically more advanced with each venture, because of this social-exchange, so that the risks are minimised as they venture further afield, and so mitigation is directed to small incidences most effectively, if any, not disasters.

...point is, with this kind of work, pipelines, Cyprus is a good place to establish a Hub, although i don't doubt that there are others who can compete as such. it takes years as we've seen, to build the infrastructure, it takes finance and it takes expertise which also takes years to develop. In the Eastern Mediterranean, Cyprus is ahead of the game, while Turkey tries to make-up this game, the other players are well on there way. actually it is more like neural connections, than umbilical chords, now that i think about it, and one can hope, if all goes well, there will be a link to and from Turkey to carry this gaz, because she 'gets' it. question is, will it be the first to be built or the last. question is, how much gaz is there, how long can it provide these benefits?

...point is, that while Turkey has done her best to meddle in the affairs of her neighbours, their efforts have not stagnated, and they continue to forge links, for this work's completion.

...point is, since we are mimicking a phrase, will Turkey realise a dream bigger than Erdogan, after Erdogan, water, an infrastructure piped throughout this region?
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Re: ...an umbilical chord to Europe, to mimic a phrase

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Wed Nov 26, 2014 5:26 pm

Get Real! wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:
“They agreed to expedite discussions on exporting Cypriot natural gas to Egypt,” the statement said.

Direct export

Lakkotrypis said the best way for Cyprus to export to Egypt was directly via a pipeline.

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/busines ... iches.html


...another choice.


Dude, where are you going with all this? Egypt doesn't need gas from anyone. They are net producers.

Besides, Cyprus' gas is for European markets - where it's cold!

(Trying to get your focus back.)

http://www.forbes.com/sites/christopher ... rgy-needs/


Of course! I had forgotten Egypt is ruled by someone who depends on his position being secured by creating an "umbilical chord" with uncle sam's allies, even if that alliance is detrimental to Egypt who could otherwise easily deploy natural resources like solar energy and internal petroleum sources. :roll:
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Re: ...an umbilical chord to Europe, to mimic a phrase

Postby Paphitis » Wed Nov 26, 2014 5:35 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:
“They agreed to expedite discussions on exporting Cypriot natural gas to Egypt,” the statement said.

Direct export

Lakkotrypis said the best way for Cyprus to export to Egypt was directly via a pipeline.

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/busines ... iches.html


...another choice.


Dude, where are you going with all this? Egypt doesn't need gas from anyone. They are net producers.

Besides, Cyprus' gas is for European markets - where it's cold!

(Trying to get your focus back.)

http://www.forbes.com/sites/christopher ... rgy-needs/


Of course! I had forgotten Egypt is ruled by someone who depends on his position being secured by creating an "umbilical chord" with uncle sam's allies, even if that alliance is detrimental to Egypt who could otherwise easily deploy natural resources like solar energy and internal petroleum sources. :roll:


Egypt also has an umbilical cord to Cyprus and Greece making them a very valuable ally against Turkey.

It is important we have Egypt as a friend along with Israel. If we have regional partners then there is nothing to fear. Israel and Egypt are important.
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Re: ...an umbilical chord to Europe, to mimic a phrase

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed Dec 03, 2014 3:06 pm

srael And Cyprus Are Pushing The EU To Help Build The Longest Gas Pipeline Ever

Read more: http://www.thepressproject.net/external ... z3Kq76kVDG


...an article that fleshes out this idea.



...an article i enjoyed reading, today, on the subject of Gaz exploration in the Eastern Med.
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