نفت شهر می سوزد؛ سپاه در فکر خلیج مکزیک است
Rooz Online / Ardalan Siami
22-Jun-2010 (10 comments)

فرمانده قرارگاه خاتم اعلام كرده اگر آمريكايي ها وانگليسي ها از ايران تقاضاي كمك كنند، سپاه پاسداران فوران نفت در خليج مكزيك را مهار می کند. این در حالیست که چاه نفتي نفت شهر حدود 23 روز است مي سوزدوقرارگاه خاتم كه تحت مديريت سردار قاسمي است، هنوز موفق به مهار آن نشده است؛ از سوی دیگر این قرارگاه هنوز يك پروژه نفتي را به پایان نرسانده و در كارنامه اش، فعاليت در دريا، آن هم در عمق زياد، ثبت نشده است.

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در سالهاي دولت اصلاحات، قرارگاه خاتم يك مجموعه فني اقتصادي بودكه در پروژه هاي عمراني وزيربنايي عمومي كارايي داشت. بيشتر كارهاي شهری و زير سازي سدها واتوبان هاي كشور را اين قرارگاه انجام داده بود. این قرارگاه اما در صنعت نفت به جهت پيچيدگي سهم چنداني نداش... >>>

Shifteh Ansari

Video: 5/30 oil well explosion

by Shifteh Ansari on

See here:

http://www.icofc.org/index.aspx?siteid=79&pageid=546&newsview=3913

http://www.icofc.org/index.aspx?siteid=79&pageid=546&newsview=3906

http://www.icofc.ir/index.aspx?siteid=79&pageid=546&newsview=3892



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Well

by IranMilitaryForum.net on

Don't you think you are catering to sensational news? Iran is the second largest OPEC oil producer, as such, accidents do happen even in the best circumstances. PressTv has a photo showing the fire.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=128682&sectio...

Fires as such do take time to put out. For example, Iraqi oil welld were still buring after six months in spite the fact that the US was there with unlimited money and the latest techniques and technologies.

I understand that some here do not have proper engineering knowledge to analyze such news coming from guess where, the opposition sources but that is exactly what these sources bank on to sensationalize news to bash IRI, western news is no different these days.

The Iranian oil well will be put out in shortest amount of time possible just as Iranians capped many Kuwaiti wells at the same time that Iraqi oil wells were still buring during the Persian Gulf War II.

If you wish to know a litte about this tough subject, you can start with this:

http://www.slate.com/id/2080469

Butabout IRGC hording Iranian business, well, you are right but you totally miss the arguing situation at these high times. countries have a right to to do anything they deem to protect their nations interest. Yes, you can argue that IRGC is hoarding, and i do not argue with that. But to think they do not know anything when taking over projects, well, this I have a problem with. They do get projects through favoritsm but in the end they have to complete the projects and most of the time they subcontract the projects to non IRGC companies if they have to to bering the projects to conclusion.

IRGC was just granted a good portion of final parts of South Psars gas fields developments but many others also managed to have sizable portions of this massive project. Bear in mind, that due to Western pressure, Iran could not find any foreign country to dvelope these final portions of this massive project. 

Pay attention, the news reads:

"The deals worth 21 billion dollars were signed Tuesday
between the Iranian Oil Ministry and three local consortia, namely
Khatam al-Anbiya, Industrial Development and Renovation Organization (
IDRO) and Petropars, the report said." (Source:Xinhuanet)

This has become Molla Naseraldin joke, because many have been complaining that Qataris have been siphoning part of this shared gas fields for sometime now why Iran does not develop this gas fields? Others complain why it is being developed by IRGC. So what is the IRI to do considering the dire situation as Iran is in now?

What would you do?

IRGC has a tremendous claout and this is no small job, other than famous foreign oil companies only a powerful domestic entity could drive such a massive project.

We should actually be glad that the project will be done inernally with a lot of expertise and technology development inside Iran for the future of Iran. Far better than passing 21 Billion dollars to a foreign entity to an unknown end that foreign companies may or may not bring the project to conclusion because of the Western pressure and leave us in the middle of the project. Harfe Hagh Ham Khoob Chizieh!

I am, under the circumastances, glad that the project will be done domestically with all its possible short commings. This will be another chain broken towrds self sufficiency. It may turn out to be another Peykan, but it is our Peykan with many employed inside Iran be it IRGC, Iranian oil compny, IDRO or Petropars. This is a pride and not a point for critisism as the Zionist supported media (domestic or foreign) make it to be.

Iran will prevail!

 

 


Shifteh Ansari

Thanks for the heads up!

by Shifteh Ansari on

Thanks Mammad for tackling a long overdue project!  I know it will be done fairly and accurately in your hands.  I can't wait to read it.  

With much respect,


Mammad

Shifteh Khaanoum

by Mammad on

I have been working for months on an analysis of the effect of the IRGC on the private sector for months. It will be published in an article in the TB this summer.

Mammad


Shifteh Ansari

Hi Mammad!

by Shifteh Ansari on

You are absolutely correct.  Among the tens of different companies that have gone bankrupt as a result of the unfair presence of IRGC in the marketplace, are some major employers of engineers in Iran.

Sepaah has driven at least two major private sector companies which were active in the gas and oil construction fields into bankruptcy.  There was news recently that Sazeh and Namvaran, the private sector giants in civil engineering, have both gone bankrupt and are laying off 550 people.  See here:  http://gizilozen.blogfa.com/post-1760.aspx

Mammad, it is baffling to me that for all the noise Iranian analysts make about Sepaah's developing monopoly over Iranian industries, imports, and what little is left of Iranian agriculture, nobody has done any serious analysis about the impact of Sepaah's economic activities on the Iranian private sector.  How many people have actually lost their jobs?  How many established companies have gone bankrupt?  How has the unfair methods of winning tenders affected the Iranian workplace and the economy?  I believe we need a major study in this area, because aside from all the obvious economic reasons why this monopoly has been damaging, we must remember that when ordinary citizens are deprived from their means of earning a decent living, they are deprived of a basic human right.  


Mammad

Sepaah has already shown its incompetence

by Mammad on

1. Esfahan-Shiraz railroad

2. Kerman Zahedan railroad

3. Phase 16 of development of South Pars. After much delay, they asked last January for another $1 billion! Most astonishingly, after this debacle, several more phases have been given to Sepaah again!

And this is just the tip of the iceberg, not counting saturating the domestic market with cheap foreign products, and destroying the domestic production in the process. That is what happens when a military organization becomes a security-political-economical one.

 

Mammad


obama

LOL! You don't kill the oil well's fire with fire truck!

by obama on

That's what happens when you are isolated from the world! No training in how to cap this well and stop the fire! This is very speciailze and the best experts are in Taxas. They are the ones who stopped the iraqi wells after the persian gulf war! Unless they seek help from outside they would not be able to stop it! 


Shifteh Ansari

Yes, IMF!

by Shifteh Ansari on

But are you being facetious or serious here?! 

I think Sepaah is a military organization that may well have credentials and qualifications for military work.  It, however, has come to all the construction and development projects it is now overseeing through political favors and nepotism and ransom payments.  I do not believe Sepaah is qualified to work on any projects in the oil industry. 

IRGC has destroyed the Iranian private sector in many fields as it has taken on project after project not on its technical and professional merits, but on force.

Time will tell what kind of a job Sepaah has done in the projects it has tackled over the years.  But of its destruction of the Iranian private sector, I am certain.


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Aziz

by IranMilitaryForum.net on

Taaroef to-khali ke inhame dado ghal nadareh!

Empty "Taarof"  is the corner stone of Iranian culture! So where is the big deal?

 

;-)


Shifteh Ansari

Explosion at 2:10

by Shifteh Ansari on

The explosion happens at 2:10.  The fire has been going for 23 days now.