Israel about to dump Greek Cyprus?

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London Observer

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Israeli website Globes reported recently on an apparent thawing in relations between Israel and Turkey.
In a lecture at a cleantech conference, Israel’s energy chief Shaul Tzemach hinted that Turkey could be an anchor customer for Israeli gas, and that there is room to consider including foreign powers and multinationals in a project to export Israeli gas to Turkey.
Although Tzemach did not mention Turkey by name, it’s understood he was referring to that country.
His remarks seemed to be in response to recent signals by Turkey. A Turkish diplomat said that Turkey believes an undersea gas pipeline to Turkey might be the most economical way for Israel to export gas.
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Feb 6, 2013
 
London Observer wrote:
Israeli website Globes reported recently on an apparent thawing in relations between Israel and Turkey.
In a lecture at a cleantech conference, Israel’s energy chief Shaul Tzemach hinted that Turkey could be an anchor customer for Israeli gas, and that there is room to consider including foreign powers and multinationals in a project to export Israeli gas to Turkey.
Although Tzemach did not mention Turkey by name, it’s understood he was referring to that country.
His remarks seemed to be in response to recent signals by Turkey. A Turkish diplomat said that Turkey believes an undersea gas pipeline to Turkey might be the most economical way for Israel to export gas.
LIke everything you post.Its bullshit
Dervis Eroglu

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Feb 6, 2013
 
Israelis have no loyalties to anyone no Scruples no ethical or moral principles, only interested in money and profits making.
I know Greeks have no ethical or moral principles
But hey, they are no match for the Jews.
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Dervis Eroglu wrote:
Israelis have no loyalties to anyone no Scruples no ethical or moral principles, only interested in money and profits making.
I know Greeks have no ethical or moral principles
But hey, they are no match for the Jews.
Greece has historical and religous ties to the Holy Land going back 2,000 years.Jews hid in Greek homes from the NAZIS EVEN THOUGH IT WAS A DEATH SENTENCE TO DO SO. transferring them to the Italians that smuggled them out.Israeli Public is outraged at crimes you Turks have comited on Cyprus THE WHOLE WORLD IS
Du you ever know what you are talking about? All you do is post lies
Get a job you loser
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Dervis Eroglu wrote:
Israelis have no loyalties to anyone no Scruples no ethical or moral principles, only interested in money and profits making.
I know Greeks have no ethical or moral principles
But hey, they are no match for the Jews.
And Turks have scruples Either one does not trust Turks.Greeks and Turks work very well together Jews helped me build my business
Greeks and Jews work hand in hand,the Food industry is but one example
YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT BUSINESS,WHY YOU DON"T EVEN WORK
WHAT DO YO KNOW? How to flip a burger? Haul garbage?
Tell m Dervis what kind of work did you ever do?
TIN YARAK VER VRAKA

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whole world wrote:
<quoted text> And Turks have scruples Either one does not trust Turks.Greeks and Turks work very well together Jews helped me build my business
Greeks and Jews work hand in hand,the Food industry is but one example
YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT BUSINESS,WHY YOU DON"T EVEN WORK
WHAT DO YO KNOW? How to flip a burger? Haul garbage?
Tell m Dervis what kind of work did you ever do?
“To begin, south Cyprus is not a state, it’s an administration. There is no such thing as Cyprus as a country. There is the Greek Administration of South Cyprus and there is the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus on the north of the green line,” Erdo&#287;an said.

PLAY IT AGAIN SAM
Dervis Eroglu

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Feb 6, 2013
 
whole world wrote:
<quoted text> And Turks have scruples Either one does not trust Turks.Greeks and Turks work very well together Jews helped me build my business
Greeks and Jews work hand in hand,the Food industry is but one example
YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT BUSINESS,WHY YOU DON"T EVEN WORK
WHAT DO YO KNOW? How to flip a burger? Haul garbage?
Tell m Dervis what kind of work did you ever do?
You wouldn't understand even if I told you what I am doing work wise.

Do you know what Civil and Environmental Engineering is??

didn't think you did. any how that's not it.
London Observer

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"Greeks and Jews work hand in hand,the Food industry is but one example"
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How long since Greeks are in to a Kosher or Halal cooking?
London Observer

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You get NOTHING but a BIG LIE from a Greek master liars
Dervis Eroglu

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That Mr Erdogan Guy is spot on. I always maintained that south Cyprus was an illegal entity administered by Greek Cypriots, in short illegal ROC.
they have no Jurisdiction outside green line and they claim ROC is recognized by the world, but they need passports or permits to enter TRNC,
tell me am I missing something?.

Some Greeks will say I am missing some of my Marbles,
""am I not being truthful?"".
Rachel

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Dervis Eroglu wrote:
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You wouldn't understand even if I told you what I am doing work wise.
Do you know what Civil and Environmental Engineering is??
didn't think you did. any how that's not it.
Most British people know that an "enviromental engineer" is what dustbin men (garbage collectors for those in the US) call themselves.

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Dervis Eroglu wrote:
Israelis have no loyalties to anyone no Scruples no ethical or moral principles, only interested in money and profits making.
I know Greeks have no ethical or moral principles
But hey, they are no match for the Jews.
Your mistaking the greeks for yourselves the Turkish Leaches of Greek Cyprus.
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Irvington, NJ @
"Greeks and Jews work hand in hand,the Food industry is but one example"
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How long since Greeks are in to a Kosher or Halal cooking?
I'm Talking about diners and restaurants you idiot.Greeks buy and have been buying their produce those who control that business the JEWS
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"London Observer" Israeli website Globes reported recently on an apparent thawing in relations between Israel and Turkey.
In a lecture at a cleantech conference, Israel’s energy chief Shaul Tzemach hinted that Turkey could be an anchor customer for Israeli gas, and that there is room to consider including foreign powers and multinationals in a project to export Israeli gas to Turkey.
Although Tzemach did not mention Turkey by name, it’s understood he was referring to that country.
His remarks seemed to be in response to recent signals by Turkey. A Turkish diplomat said that Turkey believes an undersea gas pipeline to Turkey might be the most economical way for Israel to export gas.


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Dreaming costs nothing.
"The fox in its sleep dreams of little chickens".
Israel is finished for you, for good. They would be crazy to entrust their gas exports in the hands of an Islamic country (98%)
and be at their mersy every time they want to put pressure on Israel by helping their Muslim brothers.
Their American friends may put pressure on Israel to work with Turkey again but do not forget who the boss is.
Besides, the unacceptable and very offending way your shoe shine boy chose to offend the president of Israel on tv live made any reconsiliation effort impossible.
Why don't you strengthen relations with Azerbaizan instead?
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"Dervis Eroglu"
You wouldn't understand even if I told you what I am doing work wise.
Do you know what Civil and Environmental Engineering is??
didn't think you did. any how that's not it.


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I know. Environmental Engineer is the same as Sanitary Engineer.
i.e. carbage collector.
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"Dervis Eroglu" That Mr Erdogan Guy is spot on. I always maintained that south Cyprus was an illegal entity administered by Greek Cypriots, in short illegal ROC.
they have no Jurisdiction outside green line and they claim ROC is recognized by the world, but they need passports or permits to enter TRNC,
tell me am I missing something?.
Some Greeks will say I am missing some of my Marbles,
""am I not being truthful?"".


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Are you taking the same drugs as your prime minister? You must be as you are having similar brain distortions.
Mkz6

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Feb 6, 2013
 
Dervis Eroglu wrote:
That Mr Erdogan Guy is spot on. I always maintained that south Cyprus was an illegal entity administered by Greek Cypriots, in short illegal ROC.
they have no Jurisdiction outside green line and they claim ROC is recognized by the world, but they need passports or permits to enter TRNC,
tell me am I missing something?.
Some Greeks will say I am missing some of my Marbles,
""am I not being truthful?"".
Dervis the promblem ROC has no jurisdiction I'n TRNC is the illegal army there .invade a nation is crime no matter the reason .a nation is legal when is recognize by UN .and as you know the south is .the north is not because was form by illegal action equal invade .so anything Edrogan says is waist the time you know who is legal and who is not .TRNC can't issue passports because illegal south can .a wall should be put beteen north and south forget crossing .
Mkz6

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London Observer wrote:
Israeli website Globes reported recently on an apparent thawing in relations between Israel and Turkey.
In a lecture at a cleantech conference, Israel’s energy chief Shaul Tzemach hinted that Turkey could be an anchor customer for Israeli gas, and that there is room to consider including foreign powers and multinationals in a project to export Israeli gas to Turkey.
Although Tzemach did not mention Turkey by name, it’s understood he was referring to that country.
His remarks seemed to be in response to recent signals by Turkey. A Turkish diplomat said that Turkey believes an undersea gas pipeline to Turkey might be the most economical way for Israel to export gas.
srael, Greece and the US are conducting joint air and naval exercises this week, in part to simulate defending seaborne gas drilling installations around the eastern Mediterranean.

The exercises are also intended to simulate air-to-air combat and anti-submarine warfare and are being overseen by the US Sixth Fleet. According to multiple news outlets the exercises are scheduled from March 26 to April 5, but the IDF would not confirm those dates in response to a Times of Israel query.
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From CYprus Mail
THE GOVERNMENT will today sign a deal granting French oil giant Total two concessions to explore and drill for hydrocarbons in Cypriot waters.

The concessions are for offshore blocks 10 and 11, and are part of the second licensing round initiated last year by Cyprus.

The signing ceremony is to take place at the commerce ministry around 11am.

Government spokesman Stefanos Stefanou made the announcement shortly after a meeting of the Cabinet which sanctioned the contract concluded with Total following weeks of talks.

Stefanou said the agreement was the outcome of a dozen rounds of “intensive” negotiations that began on November 13 last year.

During the talks commerce minister Neoclis Sylikiotis was assisted by an advisory committee including the minister of agriculture, the deputy accountant-general and the director of the Energy Service.

According to Stefanou, the Cypriot side succeeded in achieving improvements on Total’s initial financial and technical proposals.

Details of the concession agreement are expected today, but in all likelihood the deals with Total are similar to those concluded last month with an Italian-Korean consortium on blocks 2, 3 and 9.

The respective percentages for Cyprus and the companies in the production-sharing contract are not made public due to a confidentiality agreement between the parties.

In comments made 10 days ago, energy chief Solon Kassinis intimated that the French multinational would be prospecting directly for oil, given their proposal for deep-water drilling at 7400 feet.

Kassinis hinted also that a deepwater drillship leased by Noble might be used to prospect for oil in Cypriot waters. The ‘Atwood Advantage’ rig, built by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, will be capable of drilling in water up to 12,000 feet deep.

Following its anticipated delivery in the fourth quarter of 2013, it will then transit to a deep water field in the Eastern Mediterranean.

It is conceivable that once the rig is done in Israeli waters, Noble could sub-contract it to prospectors in Cyprus’ Exclusive Economic Zone.

The government says there would be synergies from the licensing to ENI-KOGAS, since two of the blocks (2 and 9) run in the path of a pipeline planned to transport gas from the Noble Energy’s concession to a terminal which will convert gas into its liquefied form onshore.

Noble meanwhile has pushed back the start of appraisal drilling in its Block 12 concession because the rig has been tied up in Israel’s Leviathan field.

According to the government, construction of the LNG is expected to begin late in 2014 or early 2015. The aim is to have it ready by 2019.

Authorities have already completed the land development plan for the project, which will be located at Vassilikos near Limassol. The plan envisages the construction of three LNG trains (liquefaction and purification facilities), making the terminal one of the largest in the world.

The gas fields are only likely to come on line in 2018 for domestic consumption and 2019-2020 for export.

Energy officials say Cypriot waters could hold up to 60 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.

Israeli website Globes reported recently on an apparent thawing in relations between Israel and Turkey.

In a lecture at a cleantech conference, Israel’s energy chief Shaul Tzemach hinted that Turkey could be an anchor customer for Israeli gas, and that there is room to consider including foreign powers and multinationals in a project to export Israeli gas to Turkey.

Although Tzemach did not mention Turkey by name, it’s understood he was referring to that country.

His remarks seemed to be in response to recent signals by Turkey. A Turkish diplomat said that Turkey believes an undersea gas pipeline to Turkey might be the most economical way for Israel to export gas.

That could be of great interest to Cyprus, which wants to cooperate with Israel on gas exports via the LNG facility that it is building on its southern coast.
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Dervis Eroglu wrote:
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You wouldn't understand even if I told you what I am doing work wise.
Do you know what Civil and Environmental Engineering is??
didn't think you did. any how that's not it.
YOU ARE A CIVIL ENGINEER? Stupidest thing coming from you yet
You need a degree.Schooling.You just can't say you have it you need credentials
OK What id you ever do besides hate Greeks?

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