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Rohstoffe in Griechenland und Zypern

Erstellt von evropi, 08.03.2012, 20:53 Uhr · 102 Antworten · 9.808 Aufrufe

  1. #51
    economicos
    Zitat Zitat von Harput Beitrag anzeigen
    Eines aus eigener Produktion, aus eigenen Mitteln finanziert und mit eigener eigenst dazu entwickelter Technologie? Bezweifele ich; außer, Du zeigst mir, dass ich falsch liege.
    Hellenic Petroleum

    Die wurden von den amerikanern finanziert, sie besitzen die nötige Technologie.

  2. #52
    Kejo
    Zitat Zitat von economicos Beitrag anzeigen
    Die Türkei hat nichts zu Melden auf Südzypern und Kreta, dass ist dir schon bewusst. Nur in den Grenzen kann es Verhandlungen kommen. Russland und die USA haben angeblich schon angefangen zu suchen
    Also habt ihr, genau so wie die Türkei, kein solches Schiff. Ihr seid eben doch auf die Hilfe fremder Nationen angewiesen.

  3. #53
    Kejo
    Zitat Zitat von economicos Beitrag anzeigen
    Hellenic Petroleum

    Die wurden von den amerikanern finanziert, sie besitzen die nötige Technologie.
    Wir reden hier nicht über Raffinerien und einem Tankstellennetz.

  4. #54
    evropi
    Griechisches Forschungsschiff...

    aegaeo.jpg


    RV Aegaeo

    Operator: HCMR - Hellenic Centre for Marine Research
    Country: Greece
    Website: Hellenic Centre for Marine Research -H.C.M.R-
    Vessel Class: Regional
    Vessel Type: Multipurpose Research Vessel
    Operational Area: Mediterranean, Black and Red Seas
    Endurance: 14 days
    Scientist berths: 21
    Length: 61.5m


    Features:
    RV Aegaeo is a multipurpose research vessel which carries out a wide variety of survey operations in offshore as well as deep sea locations, including acoustic and oceanographic surveys, buoy handling operations, environmental sampling, and geological and hydrographic surveying. The vessel is an excellent platform for the submersible THETIS and ROV operations. Fitted with full hydrographic/oceanographic instrumentation suite.
    Deck Equipment:
    Stern hydraulic A-frame SWL 10 ton & 7.3m height
    Side A-frame - SWL 1 ton
    1 main crane 3.5 ton with centrally remote controlled winches x 2, 2500 m. 10 ton, oceanographic winch x 6000 m, x 2000 m Computer room: 6 m2.
    Onboard scientific equipment:
    Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler;
    Thermosalinograph SBE 21;
    Meteo station;
    2 Multibeam sonars (SEABEAM 2120 & 1180);
    Side Scan Sonar;
    System for seismic analysis type Air-gun (5-40 inch 3) & sparker system (3-9 KJ);
    2 rosettes for water sampling 12 & 24 samplers;
    Various water and plankton samplers;
    Various Seabird CTD sets;
    Sediment traps;
    Aanderaa RC7 current meters;
    Various benthic samplers; benthic draggers and corers for fauna and sediment.
    Mobile scientific equipment on request:
    RV Aegaeo can provide a range of additional mobile equipment for various tasks including a variety of grabs and corers, plankton nets and additional sampling equipment.
    Optional Equipment:
    Max Rover
    Equipment Type: Remotely Operated Vehicle Depth Rating: 2000m
    Payload: 68Kg
    Dimensions: 2.2m(l)x0.9(w)x2.2(H)
    Power: 40kwh
    Manipulators: 1x5F
    Speed: 2.5 knots (fwd/rev), 1.5 knots (vert/lat)
    Website: Hellenic Centre for Marine Research -H.C.M.R-
    Features:
    The Max Rover was receipt in Greece in 1999 and has been used in all of the Aegean Sea. During its initial trials it was taken to a depth of 1854m between the islands of Crete and Thira. This is a remote operated underwater vehicle with the ability to dive to about 2000m. The system includes the submersible, a cable winch and a control console. It is controlled by 3 persons (operator and 2 technicians). In the EUROFLEETS context, ROV Max Rover will be deployed from RV Aegaeo.
    Positioning system: Trackpoint II USBL positioning system georeferenced through Hypack Max software; Sonars: Tritech Dual Frequency Scanning Sonar (675/1200 KHz) & Tritech Side Scan Sonar (910 KHz); 4 Cameras: Colour CCD video camera (wide angle, on pan & tilt), Colour CCD video camera (wide angle), Colour CCD video camera (macro-zoom on pan & tilt), digital Still Camera (3.2 Mpixel, 1Gb) with 4 green lasers; Lights: 2 x 100 W HID lights and 4 x 150 W Quartz lights; Manipulation: Hydrolek electro-hydraulic 5 function manipulator; Control: Computer control system, two heavy duty instrument consoles, monitors, control box; Equipment, hydraulic pistons, vacuum pumps, etc., for special needs.
    Availability for EUROFLEETS:
    The ROV Max Rover is being made available to the EUROFLEETS project for a total of 5 days together with the RV Aegaeo. The annual availability is as per the RV Aegaeo.
    Technical Specifications:
    For the technical specifications please see the EurOcean European Underwater Vehicles InfoBase at:
    European Large Exchangeable Equipments Infobase

    Super Achilles
    Equipment Type: Remotely Operated Vehicle Depth Rating: 1000m
    Payload: -
    Dimensions: 0.7m(l)x0.6(w)x0.5(H)
    Power: 10kwh
    Manipulators: Robotic arm with 3 axis of movement
    Speed: 2.5 knots (fwd/rev), 1.5 knots (vert/lat)
    Website: Hellenic Centre for Marine Research -H.C.M.R-
    Features:
    This is a remote operated underwater vehicle with the ability to dive to 1000m. It was constructed by the French company COMEX S.A. Its system includes the submersible, cable winch and control console. The ROV Super Achilles was delivered to Greece in 1999 and has been used in many missions in all Greek seas. It has the ability to remain underwater for an unlimited time.
    In the EUROFLEETS context, ROV Super Achilles will be deployed from RV Aegaeo.
    Positioning System: Track Point II Plus Ultra ORE 4410 D;
    Sonars: 525 k HZ TRITECH SONAR 6-150 m;
    Depthmeter: Comex 0-125 m 1 KHZ;
    Compass: 1 Gyroscopic;
    Cameras: 1 camera SONY XC77 (pan and tilt) ccd 3 lux;
    Basic lighting Equipment: 2 headlights 220 v 250 W;
    Special lighting Equipment: 1 x 12 V 50 W;
    Cameras: Digital video DVCAM - H18 - VHS (PAL);
    Manipulator: 3 function manipulator;
    Additional equipment: Electric cutter, rescue equipment for object collection.
    Availability for EUROFLEETS:
    The ROV Super Achilles is being made available to the EUROFLEETS project for a total of 5 days together with the RV Aegaeo. The annual availability is as per the RV Aegaeo.
    Technical Specifications:
    For the technical specifications please see the EurOcean European Underwater Vehicles InfoBase at:
    European Large Exchangeable Equipments Infobase

    Thetis
    Equipment Type: Manned submersible Depth Rating: 600m
    Crew: 2 pers.
    Dimensions: 3.4m(l)x2.4(w)x2.5(H)
    Power: 11kwh
    Manipulators: 1x3F,1X5F
    Speed: 2.5 Knots (fwd/rev)
    Website: Hellenic Centre for Marine Research -H.C.M.R-
    Features:
    The manned submersible Thetis was constructed, in 1999 in France by the company COMEX S.A, to very high technical specifications and has great potential for a wide range of scientific activities. It has a wide optical field, with distinct advantages over previous submersibles using older technologies. It is fitted with light projectors of advanced technology specially equipped for photography and cinematography. In addition it has a special intercom system for communication with the research vessel Aegaeo of which it forms an integral part.
    She has a modern sonar echo sounder of high resolution which provides high standards of safety in terms of visibility, and it is particularly effective for the location of wrecks, communication systems (UHF, VHF, and underwater telephone), and a special com system with the RV Aegaeo, navigation systems, cameras and powerful lights for photography and cinematography.
    She is equipped with 2 robotic arms (5 and 3 axis of movement) for its many applications and range of activities, with the possibility of lifting objects of up to 100 kg in weight. She is also equipped with cutting equipment, hydraulic pistons, vacuum pumps, etc., for special needs.
    Availability for EUROFLEETS:
    Thetis is being made available to the EUROFLEETS project for a total of 5 days together with the RV Aegaeo. The annual availability is as per the RV Aegaeo.
    Technical Specifications:
    For the technical specifications please see the EurOcean European Underwater Vehicles InfoBase at:
    European Large Exchangeable Equipments Infobase

    Science support by crew:
    Deck crew: 24h operations supported. Regular technical support for onboard science systems.
    Availability for EUROFLEETS:
    RV Aegaeo is being made available to the EUROFLEETS project for a total of 5 days, this duration can be extended to a maximum of 12 days for well evaluated projects, subject to budget availability. The vessel will be available all year round for work in Mediterranean, Black and Red Seas, provided she is not engaged in other projects.
    Travel and shipment costs:
    Travelling costs for cruise participants and the shipment of equipment to the port of mobilisation and back from the port of demobilisation will be reimbursed up to a maximum of 16.000€. If higher costs are incurred they have to be covered by the applicant.
    Requirements for scientist:
    To be covered by insurance policy for accident.
    Technical Specifications:
    For the technical specifications please see the EurOcean European Research Vessels InfoBase at
    EurOceanic - European Research Vessels Infobase

  5. #55
    economicos
    Zitat Zitat von Harput Beitrag anzeigen
    Also habt ihr, genau so wie die Türkei, kein solches Schiff. Ihr seid eben doch auf die Hilfe fremder Nationen angewiesen.
    Ach so, dir geht es um den Schiff. Das weiß ich jetzt nicht, aber Hellenic Petroleum schon in vielen Standorten (auch Inseln) gebohrt und auch Öl gefördert. Bin mir jetzt nicht sicher, ob man bei diesen Suchungen noch modernere Schiffe braucht.

    ABer so oder so, auch wenn ganz Griechenland die besten Schiffe für Bohrsuchungen hätten, da wären immernoch die Amerikaner, die uns verhinden würden.

  6. #56
    Kejo
    Evropi antwortet bestimmt gleich, dann wirst Du wissen, was ich meine.

  7. #57
    evropi
    Hellenic Petroleum ist eine sehr große Firma...

    Hellenic Petroleum operates three refineries in Greece, in Thessaloniki, Elefsina and Aspropyrgos, which account for 73% of the refining capacity of the country (the remaining 27% belongs to Motor Oil Hellas), and one in the Republic of Macedonia, the OKTA refinery, which is supplied by crude oil through pipelines from Thessaloniki and covers approximately 85% of the country's needs. Crude oil for the refineries is supplied from Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, Libya and Russia. The company also operates over 1400 gas stations in Greece and about 350 gas stations in Albania, Georgia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Montenegro and the Republic of Macedonia. It also has a network which sells LPG, jet fuel, naval fuels and lubricants.
    Petrochemicals

    Being the most important company that produces petrochemicals in Greece, Hellenic Petroleum has a very significant (over 50% in most cases) share of the market. Their basic products are plastics, PVC and polypropylene, aliphatic solvents and inorganic chemicals, such as chlorine and sodium hydroxide. The petrochemicals department is a part of the Thessaloniki refinery.
    Electricity

    Hellenic Petroleum operates a 390 MW natural gas power station in Thessaloniki. It opened in 2005 and it is operated through a subsidiary, T-Power. The fixed investment for this plant amounted to 250 million Euros.
    Oil exploration

    With law 2289/95, Hellenic Petroleum holds the exclusive rights for exploration and production of hydrocarbons in 62000 km² in Greece. The company is also active abroad, in cooperation with foreign companies, in Albania and Libya.
    Other

    Hellenic Petroleum subsidiaries include the engineering company Asprofos and the polypropylene film production company, DIAXON, whose factory is situated in the industrial area of Komotini. The company also controls a shipping company and has 35% shares in DEPA, the Greek natural gas company, and VPI, which produces PET resin.

  8. #58
    Yunan
    Zitat Zitat von Archimedes Beitrag anzeigen
    Wenigstens geben wir es zu...

    Samaras wird unser Lang wie der Rest der Sippe verkaufen.
    Es seid denn, wir als junge Griechen tun etwas dagegen

  9. #59
    Avatar von De_La_GreCo

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    vielleicht passiert ein wunder und eine kleine partei wie die unabhängigen griechen gewinnen


    amerika hat jetzt schon gesagt das kammenos keine "gute" wahl wäre

    also ist er für griechenland aufjedenfall ne gute wahl

  10. #60
    Yunan
    Vergiss alle Parteien, jede Einzelne!

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