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    Zitat Zitat von Hasi
    ...habe heute die Panik in London ausgenutzt und mir (bei minus 15% vom gestrigen Schlusskurs: $4.20/$3.60) noch ein paar GDR's zusätzlich ins Depot geholt.
    Nach Havarie im Wasserkraftwerk:

    SANKT PETERSBURG / MOSKAU, 17. August (RIA Novosti). Die Havarie in einem der weltgrößten Wasserkraftwerke, Sajano-Schuschenskoje, am sibirischen Fluss Jenissej hat am Montagmorgen nur die Ausrüstungen betroffen, während die Zuverlässigkeit des Staudamms keine Zweifel hervorruft.

    Das betonte ein Sprecher des Instituts Lengidroprojekt, nach dessen Entwurf das Kraftwerk errichtet worden war, am Montag in einem RIA-Novosti-Gespräch.

    "Die Havarie ist zwar äußerst ernsthaft, sie betrifft aber nur die Ausrüstungen und die Turbinen", sagte der Experte im Sankt Petersburger Institut. "Für die nahe liegenden Orte besteht keine Überschwemmungsgefahr."

    Nach seinen Worten werden Vertreter des Instituts an der Untersuchung der Unglücksursachen teilnehmen.

    Der Oberbürgermeister der Stadt Abakan, Nikolai Bulakin, widerlegte indes im örtlichen Fernsehen die Gerüchte über eine mögliche Überflutung der Stadt infolge der Havarie. "In der Stadt werden panische Gerüchte über die Überflutungsgefahr verbreitet", sagte er. "Ich möchte betonen, dass es eine solche Gefahr nicht gibt."

    Wie Bulakin weiter ausführte, wurde die Strombelieferung der Aluminiumwerke Sajanski und Chakasski infolge der Havarie gestoppt. "Die Stromversorgung der Stadt erfolgt indessen normal. Es besteht keine Gefahr einer Zerstörung des Wasserkraftwerks, nicht einmal die Gefahr einer Überflutung."

    Der Oberbürgermeister mahnte die Einwohner, Ruhe zu bewahren und den Gerüchten nicht zu glauben.

    Auch Wassili Subakin, Chef der Aktiengesellschaft RusHydro, zu der das Wasserkraftwerk Sajano-Schuschenskoje gehört, betonte, dass für die am Jenissej liegenden Ortschaften keine Überflutungsgefahr besteht.

    Die infolge der Abschaltung des Kraftwerks ausgefallenen Stromenergie wird aus Reserven von Wärmekraftwerken der Region ausgeglichen. "Für den Fall eines wasserarmen Jahres haben die Wärmekraftwerke beträchtliche Reserve-Mengen akkumuliert", hieß es.

    Die RusHydro-Aktien eröffneten am Montag mit einem Sturz von 4,5 bis 6,7 Prozent an der Moskauer Börse.


    RusHydro hat aber insgesamt 20 Wasserkraftwerke. (19 funktionieren noch ;) ) http://www.eng.rushydro.ru/
    Das betroffene Werk war Hauptproduzent für RusAl

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    eon jammert auch laut handelsblatt

    Auch Unternehmen, die bereits in Russland Fuß gefasst haben, spüren die Konjunkturkrise und den Rubelverfall. Beispiel Metro: Jahr für Jahr kompensierte der Handelskonzern die chronisch schwache Nachfrage in der Heimat mit dem Ausbau seines Auslandsgeschäfts. Metro folgte dem Ruf seiner Investoren und dem Boom in Russland und eröffnete etliche MediaMarkt- und Saturn-Filialen. Nun bleiben die gewohnten Umsatz- und Gewinnsteigerungen aus, weil sich russische Verbraucher die Waren kaum noch leisten können. Obendrein schmälert der schwache Rubel Metros Erträge in Euro.

    Selbst der erfolgsverwöhnte Energieriese Eon kann sich der Schwäche nicht entziehen. Der 4,6 Mrd. Euro teure Kauf des sibirischen Stromproduzenten OGK-4 zahlt sich bislang nicht wie erhofft aus. Erst funktionierte die Integration nicht reibungslos und nun verbraucht die russische Industrie wegen der Rezession weniger Strom. Investoren argwöhnen, dass Eon womöglich noch Abschreibungen beim Goodwill von OGK-4 vornehmen muss, also dem Betrag, den Käufer bei Übernahmen über den eigentlichen Wert des neu bewerteten Nettovermögens hinaus bezahlen. Das würde Eons Nettogewinn zusätzlich schmälern. Schon die Spekulation darauf reicht aus, um den Aktienkurs seit Monaten zu drücken.

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    @ Hasi:Rushydro Investment

    Hallo Karl,
    Ich hoffe Dein Investment zahlt sich aus,wobei Deine Bauchgefühltrefferquote natürlich für sich spricht.
    Neben der Tragödie selbst - es wird immernoch von über 40 Vermißten gesprochen - die als Investmentanlaß immer irgendwie Unwohlsein hervorruft,sehe ich bei Rushydro den Wehrmutstropfen einer Staatsholding.In Krisenzeiten werden im zentral sozialistisch gerichteten Rußland ,wie Du weißt,gerne mal "Subventionen" auf Kosten der Staatsbetriebe verteilt.Das kann vielleicht nur eine verzögerte Dividendenpolitik sein,mitunter aber auch die Anpassung in selektiven Strompreistarifen für Rushydro oder langfristigen Discount für die Aluminiumindustrie der Region bedeuten.
    Rushydro ist bezogen auf die Kraftwerkskapazitäten immernoch nur mit ca.30% der internationalen Konkurrenz bewertet,nur besitzen diese auch die Ertragskraft eines unregulierten Marktes.Selbiges gilt natürlich auch für einen Haufen anderer Konzerne,wie Transneft,Gazprom oder andere Betriebe ,die dem Staat verbunden sind.
    Anders sieht hier schon Deine OGK4 aus.Rußland steht bei den Investoren nach Ihren Miliardeinvestments in der Bringschuld.Eine starke Verzögerung der Marktliberalisierung würde den Investmentfall Rußland wohl für immer ad absurdum führen.Weiterhin hat E.ON seinerseits eine Bringschuld gegenüber seinen Aktionären,um die 6Mrd$ Kaufpreis für 75% von OGK 4 zu rechtfertigen,der in "Analystenkreisen" ständig als stark überhöht angesehen wird.Möchte Herr Bernotat also den Beweis für einen angemessenen Kaufpreis erbringen ,ist das Mittel der Wahl ein Kapitalertrag.
    Das riecht für mich nach guten Dividenden!

    Weiterhin viel Erfolg wünscht Dir

    Christian

    Herzlichen Gruß,
    Christian

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    Tschau Christian,
    bei RusHydro bin ich schon seit $0.0178+$0.02 (für die Originals) mit von der Partie. Die allererste Tranche habe ich vor Jahren aus Split der Stavropolenergos ins Depot gebucht bekommen.
    Bin überzeugt dass das, trotz Deinen berechtigten Bedenken, noch nicht das Ende der Fahnenstange ist.
    Was OGK4 betrifft, spekuliere ich darauf, dass E.ON irgendwie auf ihre Rechnung kommen muss.
    Da ich lediglich 1/7tel des Preises (den E.ON bezahlt hat) für meine Shares bezahlen musste, signalisiert mir mein Bauch "Freude herrscht" ;)
    Das Übernahmeangebot von E.On am 14.11.07 war $0.137 (mir würde die Hälfte genügen) :eek:

    Bilder vom Unglücksplatz

    Höhere Stromgebühren nach Kraftwerk-Unfall in Sibirien

    MOSKAU, 18. August (RIA Novosti). Der von der Havarie im Wasserkraftwerk am Sajano-Schuschenskaja-Stausee verursachte Schaden wird auf Hunderte Milliarden Rubel geschätzt, schreiben russische Zeitungen am Dienstag. (1 Euro = ca. 45 Rubel.)

    Die sieben heil gebliebenen Turbinenblöcke des Kraftwerks werden spätestens in mehreren Monaten wieder funktionstauglich sein. Bis dahin werde der Strom in Sibirien zur teuren Mangelware, behaupten Experten.

    Der erste Wasserturbinensatz des Kraftwerks am Fluss Jenissej in der Teilrepublik Chakassien (Südsibirien) wurde 1978 in Betrieb gesetzt. Seine volle Leistung erreichte das Werk im Jahr 1982.

    Wie Zivilschutzminister Sergej Schoigu sagte, sind für die Wiederherstellung der drei zerstörten Turbinen mehrere Jahre nötig. Die übrigen sieben könnten, wie der Chef des Kraftwerksbetreibers RusHydro, Wassili Subakin, meint, bereits in einigen Monaten wieder betriebsfähig sein. Das würden allerdings nur 70 Prozent von den 6,4 Megawatt sein, die das Kraftwerk leistet.

    "Infolge der Havarie wird RusHydro gemäß den Jahresergebnissen den Umfang des produzierten Stroms um 7 Prozent gegenüber dem eigenen Plan von 86 Milliarden kW/h senken", prognostiziert Dmitri Konowalow, Analyst von UniCredit Securities. Das Unternehmen werde Geld für die Instandsetzung und Installation der neuen Blöcke aufbringen müssen.

    Konstantin Guljajew von IFD Kapital sagt seinerseits: Es seien auch die Ausfallzeit des Kraftwerks und demgemäß der entgangene Gewinn in Betracht zu ziehen.

    Alexander Selesnjow von Uralsib: "Es ist nicht ausgeschlossen, dass der Staat im nächsten Jahr in den Tarif von RusHydro eine zusätzliche Investitionskomponente einbauen wird, um bei der Beseitigung der Havariefolgen zu helfen. Gegenwärtig belaufe sich die prognostizierbare Erhöhung des Stromtarifs für 2010 (die Investitionskomponente nicht mitgerechnet) auf 5 Prozent.

    Von der schwersten Havarie der letzten Jahre sind nicht nur die Energieversorger, sondern auch ihre Konsumenten in Mitleidenschaft gezogen worden. Am Montag wurde die Stromversorgung der Großabnehmer im Süden des Kusnezk-Beckens begrenzt. Es handelt sich um zwei Unternehmen der Evraz Group und um mehrere Kohlegruben von Kusbassrasresugol.

    Die durch die Havarie verursachten Verluste der Aluminiumwerke als Hauptabnehmer des Kraftwerks schätzt Artjom Wolynez vom Konzern Rusal auf 500 000 Tonnen Aluminium im Jahr.

    Rusal hat mit RusHydro langfristige Verträge über die Belieferung der Rusal-Betriebe mit Energie. Um sie zu erfüllen, werde RusHydro zusätzlich Energie auf dem Markt kaufen müssen, warnt Sergej Pikin, Direktor des Fonds für Energie-Entwicklung. Um dem Mangel abzuhelfen, würde auf dem Markt mehr teurere Energie von den Gasturbinen- und Kohlekraftwerken verkauft werden.

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    Press Releases RusHydro

    RusHydro August 18, 2009
    An accident JSC RusHydro's Sayano-Sushenskaya HPP

    Emergency work is continuing at JSC RusHydro's Sayano-Sushenskaya HPP site located in Khakassia.

    At 4:15 am Moscow time , as a result of a powerful shock (which has preliminarily been labeled as a hydro-shock) -- the cause of which is still under investigation -- the second turbine at the HPP was destroyed, the seventh and ninth turbines suffered extensive damage, and a portion of the turbine room was damaged as well.

    According to preliminary information received from the site, eight people (all employees of the HPP or employees of contractors operating at the site) have died as a result of the accident. Eight additional people have been hospitalized, and search-and-rescue operations continue. The identification process for victims of the accident is ongoing.

    At 5:20 am Moscow time, due to joint efforts by operating staff at the HPP and the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations, the emergency gates for all turbines at the upper pool of the site have been closed and water inflow has stopped.

    At present, all 11 gates of the water-spill dam have been partially opened. Water inflow is currently at a level of 2200 - 2400 cubic meters, which is being fully discharged "idly" through water spills.

    No damage to the dam itself or its hydro-technical facilities have been identified, and Switchgear-220 and Switchgear-500 have not been affected. There is no danger to Russian residents living downstream from the dam. The Siberian Office of the Inter-regional Dispatching Service is working to ensure uninterrupted power supply to Siberian consumers by switching up reserves.

    Currently, active efforts are underway to restore the needs of the HPP. Once the turbine room has been dried, there will be a more extensive examination of damages as well as an investigation into the causes of the accident. The Chairman of the Khakassia Government V. Zimin and RusHydro's Acting CEO V. Zubakin are currently at the site of the accident.

    The installed capacity of the Sayano-Sushenskaya HPP is 6,400 MW t, with an average long-term production of approximately 24 billion KWt/year, which is. The HPP's retaining structure is a concrete dam of the arch-gravity type.

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    RusHydro's GDRs fall after power plant explosion

    Aug 18, 2009, 11:58 a.m. EST

    RusHydro's GDRs fall after power plant explosion Explore related topics
    Gas/Utilities Story Comments Screener (2) Alert Email Print ShareBy Polya Lesova NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- The global depositary receipts of RusHydro, Russia's largest power generation company, extended their decline in London trading on Tuesday after an explosion at its largest hydroelectric power plant yesterday halted production and left at least eight people dead. Emergency work is continuing after the severe accident shook the Sayano-Shushenskaya Hydroelectric Power Plant in Siberia on Monday, RusHydro said in a statement posted on its Web site, adding that the cause of the accident is still under investigation. The company said eight people are confirmed dead as a result of the accident and the identification process for victims is ongoing. RusHydro's GDRs fell 6.2% in London trading Tuesday after a 15% tumble in the previous session. The accident could potentially impact aluminium prices since the plant supplies four aluminium smelters owned by the world's largest producer Rusal, said analysts at Commerzbank.

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    @ Hasi

    Natürlich hast Du Recht.Rushydro wird allein schon aufgrund seiner Liquidität als Bluechip weiterhin in allen Rußland Zertifikaten und Fonds vertreten sein und der Wert der Aktiva ist sicher auch ein Vielfaches der Markkapitalisierung.
    Einzig als Dividendentitel wird wohl noch etwas Zeit ins Land ziehen.
    Anders sehe ich da ,wie schon erwähnt,OGK4.Ich denke der Kaufpreis E.ON´s war im Rahmen des fairen Wertes.Nach geplanten Investitionen wird OGK4 in zwei Jahren über 10-11GW Generatorenkapazität verfügen ,deren Altersdurchnitt dann internatonalen Standarts entspricht.Sollte die Liberalisierung nach Plan verlaufen haben wir dann ein schuldenfreies Unternehmen in einem freien Markt mit einer fairen Marktkapitalisierung von 1000$/MW.Das entspräche einem Preis von 0,14$.Weiterhin hoffe ich ab 2011 auch auf Dividenzahlungen in der Größenordnung von einigen hundert Millionen Dollar an E.ON und an uns,weshalb ich OGK4 im Winter den Vorzug vor Rushydro gab.
    Was die Dividendenrendite betrifft finde ich allerdings unsere alten Raffinerie Investments in Bashkirien noch wesentlich vielversprechender, denn Sistema braucht mindestens so dringend Geld wie E.ON.Ich versuche hier noch ständig nachzukaufen - allerdings bislang nicht in gewünschter Menge. Deinen Kaufpreis zu 0,17$ wirst Du Dir wahrscheinlich bald in Gold rahmen können.

    Hoffentlich geht unsere Strähne noch ein Weilchen. Das letzte Jahr war unglaublich "teuer".

    Gruß,
    Christian

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    die RusHydro Shares haben sich schon weitgehend vom Schock erholt. mittel bis langfristig bin sowieso positiv.
    Bei OGK4 bin Deiner Meinung (und Hoffnung)

    Meine Ufa Oel Refinery ist zwar schon ziemlich "teuer" geworden: Ask 10000 Stk bei $0.40.

    http://stock.rbc.ru/demo/rts.6/intra...l?show=intra_d

    ...unsere "Strähne" wie Du so schön sagst, wird so in etwa 5 Jahre dauern. Die letzten 3 Crash's (1998-2003-2009 +- ein paar Wochen) hats wenigsten hingehauen. Habe ja auch bis Ende 2007, 3/4 meiner Aktien verkauft und in Festgeld angelegt. Das letzte (in €: 4,625%) läuft anfangs Oktober aus.
    Beim nächsten zyklischen Hoch, so Ende 2013/Anf. 2014 wird die ganze Ernte "eingefahren", sodass ich dann im "teuren" :eek: Jahr 2015, (wiederum) nur noch in Festgeld investiert bin.

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    Sberbank to lend RusHydro $626 mln for dam repairs

    MOSCOW, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Russia's largest lender, state-run Sberbank (SBER03.MM: Quote, Profile, Research), will lend power major RusHydro (HYDR.MM: Quote, Profile, Research) 20 billion roubles ($626.2 million) to help it repair a power station crippled in an accident last week.

    Sberbank's chief, German Gref, told Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin the loan would be granted at low rates, with the first 10 billion-rouble credit line to be opened before the end of the year, the government said in a statement on Tuesday.

    A surge of water destroyed a turbine room at the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric dam in eastern Siberia on Aug. 17. RusHydro said on Tuesday 71 workers had been killed and four more were still missing.

    RusHydro has said it will take three years to repair the dam and analysts have estimated repair costs at around 40 billion roubles.

    The chief executive of aluminium producer RUSAL, one of the station's main customers, said last week repairs on the dam could take between four and five years.

    RusHydro shares were down 1.7 percent down at 0836 GMT, slightly underperforming the broader MICEX index .MCX.

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    JSC RusHydro develops an action plan for eliminating the consequences of the accident at the Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP

    JSC RusHydro, in conjunction with the Ministry of Power of the Russian Federation and JSC Lengidroprojekt, has developed a plan of organisational and technical measures for eliminating the consequences of the accident in the turbine room of the Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP and restoring the power station to normal functioning mode.



    The plan envisages rapid pumping out of the water from the turbine room, clearing of the destroyed structures and equipment, installation and start-up of a temporary electricity supply scheme, restoration of through traffic of one-legged construction gantry cranes, the thermal contour and heating system of the turbine room, as well as restoration of the functioning of the automated control system for the state of the hydro-engineering structure. Once all the water has been pumped out of the turbine room, the specialists will be able to specify precisely the volume of restoration work required on the generating equipment, including that which is repairable.



    For the purpose of ensuring the passage of seasonal high waters and the winter water release while the power station is out of order, it is planned to calculate the water-power balance of the hydro-unit and alternatives for organising the winter release to minimise the effect of icing factors on the building and the territory of the power stations for subsequent agreements in the established manner.



    For the purpose of rapid development, expert examination, approval and issue into production of design documentation, a special procedure will be developed for concluding agreements with design, scientific research, repair, construction and installation organisations.



    In addition, for restoration of the Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP and accelerated construction of the first stage of the shore spillway, as well as more rapid completion of the Boguchanskaya HPP, which will be capable of partially replacing the lost capacity of the Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP for the time being, JSC RusHydro is to modify its investment programme.



    At the time of the accident on 17 August, 2009, 9 of the Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP turbines were in operation (hydro-turbine No. 6 was in reserve). The total active capacity of the turbines amounted to 4400 MW. At 4.15 Moscow Time, a tremendous bang was heard in the turbine room, followed by release of a column of water around 2 hydro-turbines. Light and sound alarms came on at the Central Control Console. Loading was reduced to 0 MW with complete loss of the plant's own needs and flooding of the turbine room building.



    At 5.20 Moscow Time, the emergency repair valves on the inflows to the hydro-turbines were closed down by hand from the crest of the dam and water access to the turbine room was cut off from the upper spillway. To replace the passage of the water through the turbines into the spillway dyke, at 7.32 Moscow Time, current was switched on from the mobile diesel generator on the gantry crane on the dam crest. The operation to lift the gates and release the water through free was completed at 7.50 Moscow Time. Throughout the period of the accident, there was no risk of water spilling over the top of the dam and the entire inflow into the HPP's dam was released free through the water release arches.



    As a result of external examination, it was discovered that hydro-turbines 2, 7 and 9 had been destroyed, turbines 1 and 3 seriously damaged and hydro-turbines, 4 and 5 slightly damaged, that the metal structure's of the roof of the turbine room has collapsed, that hydro-turbines 8 and 10 were damaged internally and that turbine 6 was in a satisfactory state. Transformers 1 and 2 had been destroyed, while transformers 3, 4 and 5 were in a satisfactory condition. It will be possible to determine the state of the turbines and transformers more precisely after the water has been pumped out of the turbine room and all the debris cleared. The outdoor switchgear-500 was not damaged and is working as normal. No damage was caused to the body of the dam or the spillways.



    Intensive rescue and urgent accident restoration work are currently under way.

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    Official comment of JSC RusHydro on the insurance coverage under insurance agreements of Neporozhniy Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP

    According to the approved Programme for insurance protection of JSC RusHydro for 2009, all insurance agreements permitted by the Civil Code of the Russian Federation covering both the property risks of the HPP and liability towards the personnel of the HPP and third parties were concluded at the JSC RusHydro subsidiary Neporozhniy Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP:

    property insurance agreement;
    voluntary medical insurance agreement;
    accident and sickness insurance agreement;
    civil liability insurance agreement for operating organisations and owners of hydro-engineering structures;
    civil liability insurance agreement for organisations operating hazardous production facilities;
    mandatory civil liability insurance agreements for owners of means of transport (OSAGO);
    motor vehicle insurance agreement.
    In accordance with world practice, the required terms and conditions for the insurance were determined on the basis of an independent surveyor's assessment of the JSC RusHydro HPP's risks. The investigation was carried out by the company CJSC Industrial Risk. As a result of the study, the surveyor determined that the scenario for the biggest of the likely losses for the Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP might be considered as a loss in the amount of 50 million US dollars. At the same time, in world practice, hydro-electric power stations are hardly ever insured against disaster risks (in the amount of several hundred million US dollars or more) in view of the extremely low probability of such events and the large insurance premium.

    JSC RusHydro conducts continuous work to improve the terms and conditions of the insurance coverage for its risks. For instance, the indemnity limits for a single insurance event is constantly being raised:



    until 28 March, 2008
    1.9 billion roubles

    from 28 March, 2008 through 31 December, 2008
    2.1 billion roubles

    from 01 January, 2009
    200 million US dollars




    For 2010, a further increase in the given limit is planned.

    JSC RusHydro believes that any statements regarding a wish on the part of JSC RusHydro to economise on risk insurance and inadequacy of the insurance coverage are unfounded and irresponsible.

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    Kraftwerks-Unfall in Sibirien: EBWE bietet Russland Hilfe an

    NOWO-OGARJOWO, 28. August (RIA Novosti). Die Europäische Bank für Wiederaufbau und Entwicklung (EBWE) ist laut ihrem Präsidenten Thomas Mirow bereit, Russland bei der Beseitigung der Folgen des schweren Unfalls im Wasserkraftwerk am Sajano-Schuschensker-Stausee zu unterstützen.

    Die EBWE habe langjährige Arbeitsbeziehungen mit dem Kraftwerksbetreiber und sei deshalb auch zu Schaden gekommen, sagte Mirow am Freitag bei einem Treffen mit dem russischen Regierungschef Wladimir Putin. Die EBWE sei bereit, ihr Bestes zu tun, um bei der Beseitigung der Folgen zu helfen.


    Fotoreihe: Folgen der Havarie im Sajano-Schuschenskoje-Wasserkraftwerk


    In der Nacht zum 17. August war der Turbinenraum in Russlands größtem Kraftwerk Sajano-Schuschenskaja am Fluss Jenissei durch eine Wasserflut weitgehend zerstört worden. Dabei wurden 72 Menschen getötet, vier weitere werden noch vermisst

    Fotoreihe: Nach Katastrophe im Wasserkraftwerk: Kampf gegen Ölpest auf Jenissej

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    JSC RusHydro successfully completed an additional share issue placement

    On September 2nd, 2009, the placement period for common shares of an additional issue (Russian state registration 1-01-55038-E-037D).

    The total number of shares placed was 14,681,412,135, which amounts to 91.75% of the total number of shares of the additional issue that were schedule to be placed.

    The decision to increase the Company’s charter capital was adopted by a decision of RusHydro’s EGM held on November 17th, 2008.

    The total number of shares included in the additional issue was 16 billion common shares, with a par value of 1 (one) ruble. Therefore, the total value of the additional issue was RUR 16 billion. The accepted form of payment for additional shares was cash only. The price for the additional placed shares (including for shareholders holding pre-emptive rights) was set at 1 ruble per share by RusHydro’s Board of Directors in March 2009; this pricing is in full accordance with articles 36 and 37 of the Russian Federal Law “On joint-stock companies.”

    RusHydro’s additional share issue – for placement via open subscription – was registered by the Russian Federal Service for Financial Markets (the FSFM) on May 14th, 2009. Based on the conditions of the Decision on the additional share issue, the placement period ends 111 days from the date that the Russian Government registered the additional share issue.

    The additionally placed shares may become tradable on the over-the-counter market following the registration of the Report (which is tentatively anticipated to be at the end of September). Additionally, the shares may be traded on relevant exchange(s) following the procedure of listing the additional share issue. (Which is tentatively anticipated to be at the end of October).

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    RusHydro Sells Shares

    RusHydro Sells Shares
    04 September 2009
    RusHydro sold more than 14 billion shares in an additional placement, the company said Wednesday.

    The placement amounted to 92 percent of the planned placement, it said. Par value for the shares was 1 ruble. In August, RusHydro was only able to sell 4 billion shares of a 7.5 billion share issue.

    (MT)

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    RusHydro might place new shares for up to 10% of its equity

    According to various media sources, the Minister of Energy, Sergey Shmatko,
    announced yesterday that RusHydro will hold a new additional share issue to
    cover its losses after the serious accident at Sayano-Shushenskaya GES. The
    total volume of the issue could be up to 10% of the company’s equity. Mr.
    Shmatko emphasized that large financial institutions are likely to show the
    most interest in the issue. The final volume of the placement and the proposal
    itself needs to be approved by the end of 2009 at the company’s board of
    directors meeting. However, this decision has already been discussed by the
    state at a meeting yesterday.
    Earlier, the Minister of Energy sent an application to the government to
    provide around R9.6 bln from the budget in 2010 for the same reasons. The
    company earlier said that it might place around RUB16 bln of its news shares
    in the next year to finance the recovery CAPEX needed for the damaged
    Sayano-Shushenskaya GES. The Ministry of Finance commented yesterday
    that plans for the 2010 Federal Budget do not include any state spending on
    RusHydro.
    Given that the comments of various ministries are contradictory, we think it is
    too early to discuss the role of the possible new share issue in the company’s
    valuation. We view the news as NEUTRAL for the company’s shares for now.
    However, the potential participation of the government in the share issue
    would be POSITIVE for the company, as it would help the company finance
    the repair work at its Sayano-Shushenskaya GES. We note that the
    placement price cannot be lower than the face value per share, or R1.0/share.
    We currently have RusHydro’s stock UNDER REVIEW.

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    We are initiating coverage of RusHydro and recommending the stock as a Buy. We estimate a DCF-based fair value of RUB 1.30 per share for end-2009, implying 23% upside.
    We believe that RusHydro is better positioned than most Russian utilities to weather the current economic downturn
    The company’s output is based on water flow and is driven by factors such as regional climate, weather and waterborne traffic as well as by agricultural and fishery activity. Consequently, RusHydro is less affected by falling domestic demand for power. However, we note that the converse is also true. When demand recovers, RusHydo’s output will nonetheless remain relatively unchanged, dependent as it is upon the aforementioned factors. The company is also more sensitive than thermal power companies to market electricity prices, which are strongly influenced by internal gas and coal prices.
    Electricity market liberalization should drive growth
    The company should benefit most from ongoing liberalization of the domestic electricity market and growth in domestic gas and coal prices, which drive electricity market prices. We estimate that revenue should increase at a CAGR of 17% over 2008-2012, from RUB 108bn to RUB 200bn, with an adjusted EBITDA increasing from RUB 32bn in 2008 to RUB 88bn by 2012 at a CAGR of 28%. We believe that following liberalization of the electricity market in 2011, EBITDA margin will increase from 30% in 2008 to close to 41% in 2011.
    Reduced output due to the Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP accident could be restored by 2011
    The recent accident at Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP has shut down the station responsible for close to 29.3% of RusHydro’s output and an estimated 17% of its revenues in 2008. The station has 6.7 GW of installed capacity, while its load factor is close to only 41%, in part due to technical limitations such as insufficient grid capacity. This means that only 6-7 turbines of 10 are utilized at full capacity. According to the company, three power turbines were totally destroyed and two severely damaged.
    We estimate that the station’s output will drop by 29% to close to 16.9bn Kwh in 2009 vs average annual output of 24bn Kwh, while in 2010 we expect output to drop by 82% to be close to 4.3bn Kwh. However, by commissioning the Boguchanskaya HPP ahead of schedule, the company could restore average output to pre-accident levels in 2011. In our view, the government could help finance repairs through favorable lending policies from state–owned banks, higher than planned tariff increases, and favourable terms on the electricity market.
    Capex not expected to be burdensome
    In April, the government cut RusHydro’s 2009 investment program from RUB 100bn to RUB 65bn. Given the cuts, we believe capex will not be excessive and investments that generate negative NPV are highly unlikely to be undertaken. In our view, the government, as the principal shareholder, could either delay commissioning new facilities or provide financial assistance, if needed.
    Based on multiples, the company is undervalued compared to peers
    Based on completed energy market liberalization by 2011, RusHydro’s estimated 2011 P/E of 7.7x and a 2011E EV/EBITDA of 3.8x suggest to us that the company is undervalued. Given that over the last 10 years, European utilities have historically averaged a P/E of 10x and an EV/EBITDA of 8x, we see significant upside for RusHydro in comparison to developed markets. Moreover, the current market price assumes a valuation of USD 298/KW, implying 77% upside potential relative to the USD 1,267/KW for emerging market peers and 85% upside relative to the USD 1,958/KW for developed market peers

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    FRANKFURT (MarketWatch) -- RusHydro , Russia's largest power generation company, was upgraded Monday to buy from sell at Citigroup on valuation grounds. Since the August accident at its Sayano-Shushenskaya Hydroelectric Power Plant in Siberia, RusHydro has underperformed the Micex by 37%, Citigroup analysts wrote in a note to clients. "We do not expect much more downside from here and believe it is time to look at the underperformer," they said

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    RusHydro not planning to sell treasury stock for now

    Tuesday, 13 Oct 2009
    Interfax quoted acting chief Mr Vasily Zubakin said RusHydro is not planning to sell treasury stock for now.

    He said that "It is advantageous for us to keep the treasury stock on our balance sheet and not sell it. It would be better to increase the debt burden with loans.”

    Mr Zubakin said "It would be better to borrow. If the development of the financial markets and investor interest in our company exceed a certain level and we have an idea what that level is then it will be of more interest to us not to increase our leverage but to sell the treasury shares."

    He said the decision not to sell these shares for the time being was related to the current share price and the short term outlook for those prices.

    RusHydro treasury shares are the portion of the genco additional share issue, which had not been purchased by the state. The state did not exercise its entire pre emptive right to buy the shares owing to a reduction in the budget. The shares are now on the balance sheet of the RusHydro's 100% subsidiary, OJSC Hydroinvest.

    (Sourced from Interfax)

    und heute schon +6,5%

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    JSC RusHydro announces that shares from its additional issue have been admitted for trading on the MICEX Stock Exchange

    October 22, 2009 JSC RusHydro (ticker symbol: HYDR; MICEX, RTS and LSE) announces that starting from October 23th, 2009, the Company’s additional share issue (Russian state registration no. 1-01-55038-037D from May 14th, 2009) will be admitted for trading on MICEX Stock Exchange without requiring the approval of listing procedures. The ticker symbol for the additional share issue will be: HYDR-037D.

    The total number of additional shares issued by RusHydro was 14,681,412,135 shares with a par value of one (1) ruble per share.

    As of October 7th, 2009, shares from the additional issue were admitted for trading on the classical market of the RTS “A1” quotation list, as part of the existing (main) issue of shares.

    Shares from the additional issue will be combined with the existing RusHydro listed shares three months from the date that the Russian state registers the report of the issue results (tentatively scheduled for January 2010). Following this date, shares from the additional issue will be traded on MICEX’s “A1” quotation list, as part of the existing (main) issue of shares.

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    Der Grund für den gestrigen Kurssprung bei RusHydro:

    State will support RusHydro.
    The state might support RusHydro in 2011-2012 via funding the interest
    rates or participation in the authorized capital stock, announced the minister
    of energy of RF Sergey Shmatko to Interfax.

    Quelle: Skrin.ru

    Kusoke

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    RusHydro plans share issue to fund dam repairs

    18.11.2009 11:07

    RusHydro plans to raise up to 19 billion roubles ($662.7 million) through an additional share issue next year to help pay for repairs to a Siberian dam, Russian Energy Minister Sergei Shmatko said on Wednesday.

    'The state will not participate in the additional share issue in 2010,' Shmatko told reporters. He said the state would, however, retain a controlling stake in RusHydro after the issue.

    Shmatko said it was possible that repairs to the Sayano-Shushenskaya dam, where 75 people died in August when a turbine room flooded, could cost less than the 40 billion roubles estimated earlier.

    He did not give a new forecast for repair costs.

    (Reporting by Anastasia Lyrchikova, writing by Robin Paxton) ($1=28.67 Rouble) Keywords: RUSHYDRO/

    (robin.paxton@reuters.com; +7 495 775 1242; Reuters Messaging: robin.paxton.reuters.com@reuters.net)

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    JSC RusHydro’s Board of Directors determines the offering price for the Company’s additional share issue

    According to a resolution by the Board of Directors of JSC RusHydro (ticker symbol: HYDR; MICEX, RTS and LSE) (November 30th, 2009, Minutes No. 89), the offering price for additional shares (including for persons on the list of those that enjoy the pre-emptive right to acquire additional shares subject to the placement) will be 1 ruble 15 kopecks per additional share.

    The number of shares in the additional issue is: 19,000,000,000 ordinary shares with a par value of 1 ruble per share. The state registration number 1-01-55038-Е-038D (from November 19th, 2009) has been assigned to the additional issue. The issue will be placed via open subscription.

    The decision to increase RusHydro’s charter capital was adopted at a General Meeting of the Company’s shareholders on June 10th, 2009.

    According to the Russian Federal Law “On joint stock companies,” RusHydro shareholders (irrespective of their participation in the vote on the question of increasing charter capital and/or on the voting procedure) have the pre-emptive right to acquire additional shares in a quantity proportional to the number of shares belonging to them (as of the date of drawing up the list of persons who had the right to participate in the General Meeting of shareholders, which in this case was April 30th, 2009).

    The validity period for exercising pre-emptive rights, which was established by the Decision on the additional share issue, is 210 days. This period will be counted from the date that the notice on the opportunity to exercise pre-emptive rights is published in the newspaper "Vedomosti." The notice will also be placed on the Company’s web site.

    The right to demand the re-purchase of shares belonging to shareholders in connection with the additional share placement does not exist.

    The commencement date for placing these securities will be December 12th, 2009.

    The Decision on the additional share issue and the issue Prospectus are available at: http://www.rushydro.ru/investors/disclosure/issuing

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    Two units of Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP to resume operation in early 2010

    KRASNOYARSK, December 7 (Itar-Tass) -- The first two units of the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydropower plant restored after an accident in August are expected to resume operation in early 2010.

    These are units No. 5 and No. 6, restoration project manager Alexei Byakov said on Monday.

    "Start-up work is under way on units No. 5 and No. 6. We plan to get unit No. 6 running not idle but under load in the first quarter of 2010 and the next one, unit No. 5, after it, before May," he said.

    Automatic fire extinguishing, fire alarm and television systems are also expected to be restored in early 2010.

    About 1,200 specialists are currently involved in the restoration work at the station.

    About 200 million roubles have been invested in the restoration of the turbine room at the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydropower plant. Work was completed ahead of schedule so that heating could resume in the turbine room.

    RusHydro, which owns the station, plans to restart three power units and get a fourth one running idle in 2010, the company's acting Board Chairman Vasily Zubakin said earlier.

    He said work on unit No. 3 had revealed "rather serious damage to the generator", the repair of which will require a bigger amount of time and work than was previously expected.

    However "the contractor has developed a technology of replacing damaged parts and devised a mechanism for doing this work", he added.

    "I hope this power unit will be ready for no-load running in the fourth quarter of 2010," the official said.

    Speaking of a plan for gradual restoration of the power plant, Zubakin said it would be worked out and approved in several months. Tentatively, "we plan to restart units No. 6, 5 and 4 in 2010, and have the first of the ten new units shipped and restoration of unit No. 3 to continue in 2011".

    RusHydro has signed a contract with Silovye Mashiny for the supply of parts for units No. 5 and 6.

    "On November 6 we signed a contract with Silovye Mashiny for the supply of parts for units No. 5 and 6 at the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydropower plant," he said.

    The tentative contract price is about 170 billion roubles.

    Zubakin said the first insurance payments to the families of the victims and those affected by the August accident at the power plant would begin before the end of the year.

    "We hope that the first insurance payments will begin before the end of this year," the official said.

    The accident claimed 75 lives.

    Zubakin said RusHydro's losses from the halt of the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydropower plant would be smaller than was initially projected. Preliminary estimates announced at the end of August named about 16.5 billion roubles in losses till 2013.

    According to the latest estimates, losses have been decreased from 1.5 billion roubles a month to one billion roubles a month or may be less.

    He said, "A leap of prices on the Siberian electricity market has been avoided: This allows us to hope that our losses will be smaller than those we announced at the end of August," he said.

    Zubakin stressed that despite the accident and the generation shortfall of over 6,000 megawatt, RusHydro "performs all of its contractual obligations regarding electricity supplies and gives up none of its commitments".

    Energy Minister Sergei Shmatko said earlier that RusHydro might issue new shares in 2010 in order to raise funds for the reconstruction of the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydropower plant.

    But "the federal budget contains no funds for the RusHydro additional issue", he said.

    RusHydro may issue stock next year if the government preserves its stake in the company's capital at no less than 50 percent plus one share.

    The company is discussing plans for the reconstruction of the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydropower plant. The main source of funding for next year is the company's own capital. It has to verify and specify the main parameters of a contract with Silovye Mashiny for the supply of equipment for the power plant by the middle of November. After that the overall cost of reconstruction and the financing plan will be updated.

    The accident at Khakassia's biggest hydropower plant happened on August 17, 2009. As a result, one of the units was fully destroyed, another two were destroyed partly and three were damaged.

    There are 10 units at the hydropower plant with a combined capacity of 6,500 megawatts. As a result of the accident, the power plant stopped operation.

    The Sayano-Shushenskaya hydropower plant is located in Khakassia on the river Yenisei, 180 kilometres from Abakan and is the biggest hydropower plant in Russia. Its dam is 242 metres high and 1,066 kilometres long. Its rated capacity is 6,700 megawatts. The last unit was commissioned in 1978. The power plant generated about 24 billion kilowatts/hour annually.

    RusHydro is Russia's largest electricity generation company and the second-largest hydropower company in the world in terms of installed capacity. Its aggregate installed capacity of 23.7 gigawatts.

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    Ru000a0jqes5 - Hydr

    In meinem Depot wurden Stücke mit WKN RU000A0JQES5 eingebucht, ohne das ich irgend etwas getan habe, wie z.B. an einer Kapitalerhöhung teilzunehmen.
    Die Mengeneinheit ist mit Rubel anstatt Stück angegeben.
    Wenn ich google, sind RU000A0JQES5 ganz normale HYDR Aktien
    Der Herr von der Bank sagt, die RU000A0JQES5 sind mit der Mengeneinheit Rubel gekommen.
    Hat jemand so was ähnliches bekommen? Und mit welcher Mengeneinheit
    (geht nur bei Originalaktien, keine ADR)
    mfg hajo

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    RusHydro increased electricity output by 1.7% y-o-y to 81bn kWh in 2009, despite the accident at
    Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP. We believe this could support the stock and we reiterate our Buy
    recommendation.


    HYDR RX: BUY | Fair Value: USD 0.057 | Current Price: USD 0.043 | Upside/Downside: 33%

    The company reported full 2009 year operating results, with electricity production increasing by 1.7% y-o-y to 81bn kWh,
    despite the accident at Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP in August. This is above our expectations of 76bn kWh, with most of
    the increase coming from the South (8% y-o-y increase) and Center (2% increase) Production at Sayano-Shushenskay
    HPP reached 17.4 bn kWh compared to 17.2bn kWh in our forecast. We forecast of RUB 12 bn revenue and RUB 39 bn
    EBITDA, resulting in a 33% EBITDA margin. We estimate that the 1.7% increase in electricity production could result in
    RUB 2bn of additional revenue compared to our forecast. We believe that the financial results for 2009 could be better
    than expected, which should support the stock price.
    We believe the RusHydro will benefit most from recovering demand and electricity market prices in 2010, with revenue
    reaching RUB 129bn and EBITDA RUB 44bn, resulting in an EBITDA margin of 35%. We reiterate our Buy
    recommendation for the stock.

    Quelle: metropol

    Kusoke

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    Russlands größtes Wasserkraftwerk wieder in Betrieb

    MOSKAU, 24. Februar (RIA Novosti). Ein halbes Jahr nach der verheerenden Havarie mit 75 Toten ist Russlands größtes Wasserkraftwerk in Gegenwart von Wladimir Putin wieder in Betrieb gegangen.

    Der Regierungschef besuchte am Mittwoch das Kraftwerk Sajano-Schuschenskaja am Fluss Jenissei und schaltete die erste reparierte Turbine persönlich ein. „Es besteht keinen Zweifel daran, dass wir das Kraftwerk ganz nach dem Plan Ende 2014 komplett wiederaufbauen werden“, sagte Putin. Der Kraftwerkseigner Rushydro werde im laufenden Jahr umgerechnet mehr als 244 Millionen Euro für den Wiederaufbau ausgeben.

    Insgesamt hat das Kraftwerk zehn 640-Megawatt-Turbinen. Sechs davon waren am 17. August durch einen Wassereinbruch völlig zerstört worden. Ihr Austausch steht bevor. Vier weitere Turbinen wurden repariert und sollen 2010 provisorisch in Betrieb gehen, um später ebenfalls ausgetauscht zu werden.

    Putin teilte weiter mit, im Januar habe der Stromverbrauch in Russland wieder den Vorkrisenstand von 103 Milliarden Kilowattstunden erreicht. Das sei nicht nur auf den kalten Winter zurückzuführen, sondern auch darauf, dass die Industrieproduktion im Land wieder steige.

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    Sayano-Shushenskaya GES recovery costs reduced to RUB33 bln;
    POSITIVE for RusHydro
    The CAPEX required to repair RusHydro’s Sayano-Shushenskaya GES has
    been reduced to RUB32.9 bln, according to Vedomosti citing RusHydro
    representative Sergey Voskresensky. We view the news as POSITIVE for
    RusHydro, as investors had been concerned that the figure could have been
    revised upwards. Our current estimate of the recovery CAPEX is RUB40 bln
    and a reduction to RUB33 bln will have little impact on our valuation.
    The company is now working on the parameters of its new share issue to
    finance recovery CAPEX at Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP with the participation
    of the government. RusHydro is set to place 19 bln new shares (~6.3% of
    current equity).

    HYDR RU O/W
    Closing Price: $0.043
    Target Price: $0.062
    Return to TP: 45%
    2009 EV/EBITDA: 7.6x
    2010 EV/EBITDA: 5.2x
    Market Cap: $11.6 bln

    Quelle Alfa Bank

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    RMG zu RusHydro 24.3.10

    1 Jahr nach dem Grounding

    Zitat Zitat von Hasi
    Kauf RusHydro am 13.11.08 (HYDR) am RTS $0.01805.
    nachgekauft am 19.12.08 $0.0241

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    JSC RysHydro revenue according to the RAS increased by 28 % in 2009


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    RusHydro plans to put two power units (#4 and #3) into operation at the Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP. As a result, RusHydro increased its forecast of 2010 electricity output by 6% to 41.4bn kWh, which is just 12.5% below 2009 electricity output.

    Quelle: metropol

    Kusoke

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