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[AL] Zhvillimet Ekonomike | Economy News

This thread will be about the latest news on Albania's developing economy.

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An Italian group close to starting a EUR538 million hydropower plant project in Albania

Tirana, May 15 (AENews) – The Albanian government has approved a concessionary contract for the Italian group TASSARA-GEOTECNA-KINGLOR to build the third biggest hydropower plant in Albania. “The project is estimated to be EUR538 million”, the government declared yesterday.

The plant will be constructed on the Black Drin River, near the Skavica villages. The river Drin is the biggest river in the western Balkans.

On the river Drin are located also the Vau i Dejes hydro power plant, with installed capacity of 250 megawatt, Koman plant at 600 megawatt and the Fierza plant at 500 megawatt. The new plant is projected to have a production capacity of 250 megawatt. This will also be the last projected plant to be constructed on this river.

The original project for the plant was realized in 1978, but at that time the estimated cost was very high for the Albanian state.

The Skavica plants are very important for the production of electricity both in terms of their output as well as for their strategic importance. The annual production for this plant is projected to be at about 1.8 billion kilowatt/hour. However, after the completion of this plant and the new the water regulation system which will provide at times more water to the other plants on the river Drin, will bring the total electricity production effect on this River to about 8 billion kilowatt/hour every year, from 4 billion kilowatt/hour which current production capacity.

The TASSARA-GEOTECNA-KINGLOR group has declared that 70 % of the project will be financed through bank loans and the other 30 % will be financed by the group itself.

An Albanian expert has declared that this project is the key for the privatization of all other power plants situated on the River Drin; from which Albania will attain about 90 % of total electricity production.

This project is also expected to have an important social impact in one of most remote parts of Albania.
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Bankers Petroleum Albania

TIRANA, April 26 (AENews) – Production growth continues in the re-development program at the Patos-Marinza oilfield in Albania, with the first three weeks of April 2005 averaging 1,500 barrels of oil per day (bopd) up from March production of 1,350 bopd and 1,243 bopd in Q1, 2005. To date the Company has taken over 37 new wells since the original acquisition in July 2004. There are currently approximately 10 wells down waiting on servicing with an additional 5 wells waiting to be re-completed.

Once stabilized, these wells each have the potential to reach 50 bopd, which is expected to contribute an additional 750 bopd to overall production. The active well count is currently about 40 wells with an average production of approximately 40 bopd per well.

Current production build up periods of between 90 and 120 days are longer than originally anticipated. This is attributable primarily to the sand clean up phase and a shortage of well servicing equipment.

Management is endeavoring to add two additional service rigs to address this shortage and anticipates that year-end production will now reach 3,500 bopd.

Bankers Petroleum Ltd., through its wholly owned subsidiary Saxon International Energy Ltd, has acquired the right to redevelop, produce and sell product from the existing Patos-Marinza Oilfield in Albania.
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Darfo plans to buy the chrome of smaller companies

Tirana, March 31 (AENews) - The Albanian unit of the Italian copper smelter Darfo plans to buy about 60 million tons chrome minerals from smaller private businesses operating in this sector, said sources from the company.

Such a move is in keeping the company’s plans to double its production levels within a three year period.

60,000 tons of chrome minerals make up about 35 percent of the total chrome production by small businesses in this sector. Currently there are 110 business and companies operating in the mining of chrome minerals.
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Albanian insurance company, Sigma, announced FY 2004 financial results

EUR3.2 million was the net profit during FY 2004 for the Albanian insurance company Sigma. “We have earned EUR1.5 million through our operations in Albania and EUR1.7 million through our branches in Kosova and FYROM”, CEO of Sigma Qemal Disha told reporters.

The company’s total revenue for 2004 was estimated at EUR18.5 million, with EUR9 million earned in Albania and the remainder in Kosova and FYROM.

Sigma is the first privately owned insurance company in Albania operating since 1999.

They have a market share of 27.26 % for Albania, and are second by volume of activities in the country. Mr. Disha, however, likes to say that their company is the biggest Albanian owned insurance group in the Balkans. Sigal, one of their competitors, has operations in Kosova and so does the state owned company Insig, which operates in both Kosova and Macedonia.

Total assets of the company amount to EUR16 million. The Kosova branch totals at EUR4.7 million in assets, while the Macedonian branch has a total of EUR1.3 million, according to company data at the end of 2004.
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Bank of Albania to impose charges on T-bills

Tirana, July 15 (AENews) – The Bank of Albania has announced that after September 1 it will start to impose service charges to individuals wanting to buy T-bills at the Bank’s counters.

This service was offered for free in past three years. However, this new decision is part of the plans by Bank Governor Adrian Fullani who intends to stop the service in medium term and pass the service to commercial banks.

Individuals count for 6 % of total T-bills market in Albania. Albanian internal debt which is covered by T-bills, amounts to ALL 280 billion, (€2.2 BN).

IMF representative in Tirana and other bankers have criticized Fullani’s plan as not effective.

Currently, if you want to buy T-bills directly you need to invest a minimum of ALL 200,000 (€1600). The Bank is expected to decide soon on the charges to be imposed.
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Rural telephone operators double their market

During 2004, rural telephone operators experienced a second good year of growth. Subscriber numbers grew from 9,000 to 22,000 according to the annual report by the Albanian Telecommunications Authority (ATA).

The telecommunications market in rural areas was liberalized in Feb. of 1998. Meanwhile, the first rural operators started receiving their licenses in 2000.

“Currently, there are 50 different licensed operators however, only 46 of these have entered into interconnection agreements”, according the ATA report.

These are all small operators with small numbers of subscribers. In 2003 total subscriber numbers were estimated at 15,000. Meanwhile, installed subscriber capacity is at 30-40,000 numbers.

According to reports by these operators their number of current subscribers is now estimated at 22,000 total subscribers.

Thus, just three years after entering the market these rural operators take up 8.5% of the total number fixed telephony subscribers.
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Food industry

Albania's milling industry uses mostly imported grain. The five important milling plants in the country cover about 50% of market needs according the data from the factories and the Ministry of Food & Agriculture. Total investments in this sector reach EUR20 million for 2004.

In the past few years local beer producers have made investments totaling up to EUR30-40 million with production capacity providing for more then 120% of national beer consumption. Meanwhile, Albania imports more then 40% its beer consumption. The beer industry is now under property of important lobbing which have influenced state administration in terms of protectionism and negotiations free trade agreement with Balkan country and European Union. The risks for this industry come mostly from Greece and Serbia.

In 2003, Belgian based Interbrow has bought important Serbian beer producer, Pivara, for EUR256 million. This is only one of much important investments in beer industry in Balkan. Compared to these, Albanian investments in beer industry are not so munch.

Milk fabrics

Albanians use mostly non-pasteurized milk and cheese is produced in small non-industrialized plant. There are 60 small milk factories, which produce mostly yogurt and cheese. Pasteurized and packaged milk have not find buyers in Albanian market. There are only a few important investments, in order from EUR1 million to EUR3 million in milk processing.

Packaging comes mostly from imports. Albanian imports in paper and packaging product reached EUR40 million in 2004, according to preliminary data. This is important, compared to all food industry product evaluated to EUR200 million per year.

Cheese factories

Albanians like more cheese produced in Albania. According data from Ministry of Agriculture, for the 9-month 2004, cheese production have reach 10600 metric tone, up 9.2 % to 9-month 2003. With the medium market price of Lek300 (EUR2.4) per kg, cheese production has reach EUR30 million for FY 2004. This is only a small part of potential of the sector. According experts of agriculture, only 10-15 % of milk produced in Albania arrives at milk factories. Albania has produced 1.1 million metric ton of milk in 2004, up to 4 % from 2003.
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Lundin Petroleum, off shore exploitation

Tirana, Nov. 8 (AENews) - On May 28 2004, Lundin Petroleum AB (“Lundin Petroleum”) and OMV Aktiengesellschaft (“OMV”) announced the signing of a new Production Sharing Contract (PSC) with the Albanian Government for the exploration and production of oil and gas in a new offshore block called ‘Durresi’.

Introduction
Lundin Petroleum and OMV took the important decision of entering into this new offshore PSC after evaluation of the technical data acquired under the previous onshore Block “D” PSC, which was terminated on the effective date of the Durresi PSC.

At the signing ceremony, held in Tirana on 27th May 2004, the Albanian Minister of Industry and Power Mr. Viktor Doda highlighted the importance of this new agreement which specifically considers the possibility for the exploitation and commercialization of natural gas in addition to oil. The Durresi contract was ratified by the Council of Ministers on 27 August 2004.

The Durresi exploration area (4200 km2) is located offshore Albania between Cape Rodoni to the north and the Karaburuni Peninsula to the south. Most of the block is located in shallow water 0 to 100m deep. The maximum water depth is about 250m in the SW corner of the block. The area has excellent logistics provided by the ports of Vlora and Durres.

Geological Setting and Prospectivity
The Albania thrust belt and associated Adriatic foreland basin were formed as a result of the convergence between the African-Apulian plate and the Eurasian plate during the last 50 millions years.

Organic-rich shale and carbonate of Upper Triassic, Lower Jurassic and Upper Cretaceous age were deposited in restricted marine environments on the southern margin of the European plate. These formations were buried and reached maturity during the Tertiary period and generated the thermogenic hydrocarbons discovered in several oil and related wet gas fields in Albania.

Additionally as a result of the rapid subsidence of the foreland basin during the last 20 millions years huge quantities of organic material of terrestrial origin were buried with the molassic sediments and generated dry gas of biogenic origin at relatively low temperatures. This gas accumulated locally in traps formed in Upper Tertiary sandstones.

The offshore Albanian foreland basin was only lightly explored by previous operators. The Durresi Block is covered by a regular grid of good quality 2D seismic acquired mainly between 1991-1993. Only 4 offshore wells have been drilled between 1993 and 1994. All had significant oil and/or gas shows. Many of the wells drilled onshore close to the coastline are actually gas producers.

There are two main exploration plays in the Durresi Block:

· The main potential is for gas in the Pliocene and Miocene sandstones of the Durres foreland basin. Gas of biogenic origin is expected to be trapped in large anticlines which are the offshore continuation of the structures that produce gas onshore. The Pallas-Durres east-verging faulted anticline is the offshore continuation of the structure that produces gas in the onshore Divjaka-Ballaj fields. The onshore wells drilled on the Durres peninsula confirmed the presence of gas further north in this trend. To the south the offshore Semani anticline is the northern prolongation of the structure drilled in the onshore Povelka gas field. In addition to the structural traps present on the crest of these anticlines, it is expected that 3D seismic will allow mapping of stratigraphic traps with thicker sands on the flanks of these anticlines. Such stratigraphic pinch-out traps produce in several gas fields in the Pliocene of the Po basin in Italy. Drilling depth to test these gas sands is expected to be between 1500 and 3500m. Preliminary potential reserves are estimated in a range of 0.5-1.5 TCF of gas. The forecasted significant increase of the internal gas market in Albania and the possibility to export gas or power toward several neighbours’ countries in Central Europe would make any gas discovery rapidly profitable.

· The Durresi Block has also potential for oil. The Zvernecy West prospect is located in shallow water in the southern part of the Durresi Block. In this prospect the target Eocene-Cretaceous limestone was deposited on the edge of the buried Apulian margin in a geological context similar to the Medusa and Rovesti oil discoveries on the Italian side of the Adriatic Sea. Target depth is about 2000m. The nearby Zvernecy-3 well was drilled by Albpetrol to 4203m. This well reached the Cretaceous limestones at 3473, but no positive results were obtained during the tests. However since the well has been plugged and abandoned oil is seeping at surface from the wellhead confirming the presence of an active petroleum system in the area. The closed structure is about 20 square kilometres. Unrisked potential reserves are in the range of 50-150 MMbbl.

Work Program

The work program during the 4 year First Exploration Period (FEP) involves the reprocessing of a minimum of 1000 km of 2D seismic, the acquisition of at least 400 km2 of 3D seismic and drilling of either 1 or 2 exploration wells. No relinquishment is required at the end FEP if 2 exploration wells are drilled; 35% of the contract area has to be relinquished if only one exploration well is drilled.

The Second Exploration Period (SEP) is one year with obligation to acquire a minimum of 300 km2 of 3D seismic. 20% of the block area has to be relinquished at the end of the SEP. The Third Exploration Period (TEP) has a duration of two years. The obligation is to drill at least one exploration well.

Several leads have already been identified on the existing 2D seismic. Specialized reprocessing will be oriented toward the identification of seismic anomalies which can be interpreted as direct hydrocarbon indicators (DHI). 3D seismic will then help to refine the structural and sedimentological model and to locate the exploration wells over DHI in locations where reservoirs are best developed. The target depth of the leads identified in the Durresi Block is less than 3500m.

3D seismic acquisition is planned to start in Q4 2005.
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Albania, Austrian group Rogner interested in a tourism investment in Porto Palermo

Tirana, Oct. 25 (AENews) – Prime Minister Sali Berisha received two days ago the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Austria’s Rogner Company – owner of Rogner Hotel Europa Park in Tirana.

The Rogner representatives spoke to Prime Minister Berisha regarding potential tourism investments in the south of Albania. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Berisha assured them of the Albanian government’s full support with their investment projects as well as encouraged them to further expand their activity in Albania. Meanwhile, the Austrian investors expressed their interest regarding a concrete project for the implementation of a complex tourism investment in Porto Romano, which would be supported also by the Austrian government and other international financial institutions.

Prime Minister Berisha responded by saying that he considers this initiative, by Rogner, as important for the development of tourism in the south of Albania.

More then a year ago, exactly at the end of May 2004, the president of the Austrian company Rogner had conducted a meeting with the then Minister of Tourism and Territory, Bashkim Fino. In that meeting he had expressed interest in developing a concrete project for a tourism complex in Porto Romano. This project also envisaged the construction of an airport in the south of Albania, which according the Rogner’s president, would be a great development prospect for Albania’s tourism industry.

At that time, Rogner’s president was quoted saying, “I have always thought about tourism. In my opinion, no tall buildings should be constructed in these tourist locations. The buildings should be no higher than the trees around. I have looked at the Albanian coast and the place I like the most is Porto Romano. We have also prepared a detailed project, which we would like to implement in open nature.”

According to Rogner’s president, Albania’s biggest tourism development problem is the infrastructure. That is why he views as necessary the construction of a new airport in the south of Albania. Adding that this particular type of investment did not have to be a major one.
Tourist investments in the south

In recent times, investments in the south of Albania have been in the center of foreign investors whom, by many indicators, are interested only in costal tourism.

Several days ago, officials from Club Med company had asked Prime Minister Berisha regarding the closing of the tourist resort in Kakome within 2007. The Albanian government had guaranteed the company that it would create a special commission near the Ministry of Tourism and Culture. This commission would be responsible to provide solutions to land ownership claims by locals.

Construction of this tourist village is estimated to cost about EUR 75 million, of which several banks, lead by EBRD, will finance EUR 38 million.

Construction works, for what is considered Albania’s largest tourism structure will be implemented by Riviera Company. Meanwhile, the construction permit for the village has been issued since July 2003.

While still in power, the previous socialist government had issued several decisions envisaging the construction of several tourism villages along the Albanian coast to be implemented under concessionary agreements.
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OSCE Presence supports launch of 44 new business ideas in northern Albania

TIRANA, 5 October 2005 - Winners of a competition supported by the OSCE Presence in Albania promoting employment opportunities in northern Albania will be announced tomorrow in the city of Shkodra.

The joint project, which started in March this year, has made 40,000 euros available to the winners from Shkodra, Kukes and Peshkopi in an attempt to promote economic development and increase employment opportunities through business competition in the north of the country.

Of the project's 123 participants, only 44 will be granted financial assistance to launch their business ideas. Among the main criteria for shortlisting the candidates and identifying the winners were geographical location, age and gender, business qualifications and business sector. The selection process was done with the direct assistance of consultants from the Economic Development Programme of the German Association for Technical Co-operation (GTZ), which is also supporting the competition.

Implementation of the project was also supported by the Diber Vision Programme, local government bodies in Shkodra, Kukes and Dibra, and regional development agencies. The project's partners at the national level are the National Service of Employment and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Energy.

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Albania: Tourism Increases in First Quarter of 2005

According to Albanian News, tourism revenues in the first quarter of 2005 totaled $200 million. Tourism, one of the most dynamic sectors of the economy, is one of the major sources of foreign currency for Albania. Recent revenue increases derive from an increase in both numbers of tourists and daily expenditures.
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god now only if the other forums put posts in English so people that can't speak the language can understand! Good Job Football Rules
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Thanks Arijana
There are 3 sources where i could get info on english, one i have to pay so i get it from the other 2 which is still cool
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Talking about albanian industries:
Any info about that pipeline they want to build across the balkans?
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Construction started already. finishes in 2007/2008. goes from Burgas, Bulgaria to Vlore, Albania.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/4130271.stm

Go-ahead for Balkan oil pipeline



Albania, Bulgaria and Macedonia have given the go ahead for the construction of a $1.2bn oil pipeline that will pass through the Balkan peninsula.
The project aims to allow alternative ports for the shipping of Russian and Caspian oil, that normally goes through the Bosphorus straits.

It aims to transport 750,000 daily barrels of oil.

The pipeline will be built by the US-registered Albanian Macedonian Bulgarian Oil Corporation (AMBO).

The pipeline will run for nearly 900 kilometres from the Bulgarian port of Burgas, over the Black Sea to the Albanian city of Vlore on the Adriatic coast, crossing Macedonia.

Delayed project

The project was first conceived in 1994 but has suffered delays due to uncertainties about whether there was sufficient demand.

By signing the agreement on Tuesday, the prime ministers of Bulgaria, Albania and Macedonia have overcome the problem.

"This is one of the most important infrastructure projects for regional, EU, and Euro-Atlantic integration for the western Balkans," said Albanian Prime Minister Fatos Nano.

According to AMBO president Edward Ferguson, work on the pipeline will begin in 2005 and it is expected to be ready in three or four years.

He added that the company had already raised about $900m from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) - a US development agency - the Eximbank and Credit Suisse First Boston, among others.

The project has also the support of the European Union.

Analysts have said that oil companies like ChevronTexaco, Exxon Mobil and British Petroleum would be happy to find alternative routes to the Bosphorus and Dardanelles Straits.

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while searching for that pipeline above I found out some interseting information. Of the proven 335 million barrels of reserves in the balkans albania itself has about 165 million barrels of proved resereves. thats about 49.25 %. foreigners should invest in oil in Albania.
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^ That's just two months production in Kuwait or UAE
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^lol, wait until they run dry
Good news about the pipeline. I thought they had delayed it once again, but apparently it's already U/C.
And what's even better is that it starts at Burgas, so they can pollute them all they want, from the moment that it's not in Varna. It's big bucks but I prefer a clean suburbs to refineries
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