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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Originally posted by Aslanov
    There is the Shahdeniz 2 and other new natural gas export projects which hasn't even started yet.
    Here is the reality of azerbaijan making money out of their gas export.

    Info on “Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline” the azeri pipeline with 58 percent ownership.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans-...n_gas_pipeline

    “The construction of Turkish Stream is set to begin in 2017, and should be completed by late 2019.” The Russian/turkish pipeline.
    https://www.rt.com/news/368953-turke...russia-stream/

    The azeri TANAP pipeline is going slow most of the construction is being done on the other end, by Greece and Albania according to this azeri site. See all the articles at the bottom of the page. It is all about Greece and Albania.


    Map of the two pipelines competing for the same markets.
    https://cdn.americanprogress.org/wp-...ipe-webfig.png


    “Turkish Stream unlikely to join TANAP
    With [Azerbaijani state oil company] SOCAR being a major stakeholder in TANAP, notably owing 58 percent, it is highly unlikely to approve such a proposal which will undermine its own future prospects to pump more gas to Europe after fully developing the second and third phase of its Shah Deniz gas field,” Marazis told Trend by email.

    At the same time Brussels will not be enthusiastic about such a possibility given its Energy Security Strategy which prioritizes diversification of supplier countries and routes, the expert noted.

    Earlier, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu proposed to connect the Russia-developed Turkish Stream pipeline which envisages Russian gas supplies to Turkey and further to Europe bypassing Ukraine to the TANAP pipeline…


    Had to delete all of your azeri site links, since your dictatorial government is tracking IP addresses


    Last edited by Azad; 07-06-2017, 04:35 PM.

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          • Originally posted by Aslanov
            These kind of posts are ridiculous because you are talking about it vis-a-vis Armenia, who doesn't even have a economy to speak of and survives off Russia. And it's just that, a temporary "survival".

            There is the Shahdeniz 2 and other new natural gas export projects which hasn't even started yet. And yes, the "fond" has tens of billions in reserves. As for oil prices and their "meaningfulness", they are currently about 50 USD a barrel. Azerbaijan's state budget are based on the price of 40 USD a barrel, which actually means surplus.

            As for what you have posted, assuming it's true, did you bother to check other oil producing countries? Russia from 2 trillion to 1 trillion for instance, and Algeria, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Qatar. I guess the same logic should be used for these countries?
            Your excuses are as useless as your army.
            Check your Manat depreciation vs Armenian Dram deprecation and come back give us a lecture about it.

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            • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post

              Your excuses are as useless as your army.
              Check your Manat depreciation vs Armenian Dram deprecation and come back give us a lecture about it.


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              • Aslanov efendi, with all your show-off...Dubai of the Caucasus etc...the Azeri citizen makes $83 more per month compared to "poor starved" Armenia? Man throw yourself from the balcony.

                GNI comparison

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                • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
                  Can we put grenade launchers of 50caliber machine guns on those cute little robots please?
                  That would be wishful thinking, sounds nice on paper, but it would probably be useful in Urban combat and even that would be heavily flawed.

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                  • Originally posted by Aslanov
                    These kind of posts are ridiculous because you are talking about it vis-a-vis Armenia, who doesn't even have a economy to speak of and survives off Russia. And it's just that, a temporary "survival".

                    There is the Shahdeniz 2 and other new natural gas export projects which hasn't even started yet. And yes, the "fond" has tens of billions in reserves. As for oil prices and their "meaningfulness", they are currently about 50 USD a barrel. Azerbaijan's state budget are based on the price of 40 USD a barrel, which actually means surplus.

                    As for what you have posted, assuming it's true, did you bother to check other oil producing countries? Russia from 2 trillion to 1 trillion for instance, and Algeria, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Qatar. I guess the same logic should be used for these countries?
                    My friend, you have just entered the heart of Armenian nationalism or a hornets nest, you deserve everything you're being hit right now, what do you think we were going to do with you, say were sorry and we were wrong and naive?

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