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2019 Predicted to be Bad Year for Ukraine
« on: 20:09 04-Oct-2017 »

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Author: Nikolas K. Gvosdev is the Captain Jerome E. Levy chair of economic geography and national security at the Naval War College.



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Re: 2019 Predicted to be Bad Year for Ukraine
« Reply #1 on: 02:31 05-Oct-2017 »
No matter what happens, the salad days of expensive gas are over.   Ukraine can be self sufficient, even export some of its own, for about twenty years.  Germany could develop deep gas and produce its own gas for one hundred years, if they could only get rid of the Green Party.   LPG ocean transit puts a global ceiling on gas prices, so there will be few remaining, captive markets. 
   The gas business is changing from a very profitable business to a commodity business with very low margins.  Ukraine's aging pipelines aren't very efficient in that context.

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Re: 2019 Predicted to be Bad Year for Ukraine
« Reply #2 on: 19:55 05-Oct-2017 »
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Author: Nikolas K. Gvosdev is the Captain Jerome E. Levy chair of economic geography and national security at the Naval War College.

The good Captain is basically predicting that it may rain next spring.
Твоя голова всегда в ответе за то, куда сядет твой зад.

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Re: 2019 Predicted to be Bad Year for Ukraine
« Reply #3 on: 01:04 06-Oct-2017 »
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No matter what happens, the salad days of expensive gas are over.   Ukraine can be self sufficient, even export some of its own, for about twenty years.  Germany could develop deep gas and produce its own gas for one hundred years, if they could only get rid of the Green Party.   LPG ocean transit puts a global ceiling on gas prices, so there will be few remaining, captive markets. 
   The gas business is changing from a very profitable business to a commodity business with very low margins.  Ukraine's aging pipelines aren't very efficient in that context.

Fully agree David. But do act politicians accordingly in this country? I don't see that nor do the people I talk to.... There are a lot of unsolved questions for the future of this country but politicians of all levels keep filling their pockets as if nothing matters.