Friday, April 30, 2010

Opera at Italy’s La Scala live on Turkish movie screens

DENİZ İNCEOĞLU, Hürriyet , Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Turkish art lovers will have a chance to see a live opera at the famous Italian La Scala Theater. On April 29 legendary Spanish tenor Placido Domingo will be live on screen at Cinebonus movie theaters in Istanbul, Ankara and İzmir with one of Verdi’s most important operas, ’Simon Boccanegra’

Cinebonus movie theaters in Istanbul, Ankara and İzmir will show a live opera from Italy’s famous La Scala Theater on April 29. One of Verdi’s most important operas, “Simon Boccanegra,” which features politics and love, will appear on stage.

The opera, starring the legendary Spanish tenor Placido Domingo and one of the world’s best known opera artists, Italian Ferruccio Furlanetto, will be led by the world-renowned conductor Daniel Barenboim, who was presented the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts, or İKSV, last year.

Jose Placido Domingo Embil, better known as Placido Domingo, who is known for his strong and dramatic tenor voice, will play baritone Simon in the opera.

Domingo, who turns 69 this year, debuted on stage March 28, 2008, for the 128th time, giving him more roles than any other tenor. He has since extended his hold on the record. Domingo is also an orchestra conductor and spoke about Verdi and La Scala.

‘Artists should know La Scala’s history’

He has seen many opera buildings throughout his career, and when asked about the difference between La Scala and these buildings, Domingo said each opera artist who performs at La Scala should know about its history. “The premiers of all Italian composers and other foreigners have been made at La Scala over the last 200 years, and hundreds of master opera artists, dancers and chefs worked there. The significance of the history of this stage can intimidate a person but inspire at the same time. You want to do your very best performance there,” he said.

Domingo said Verdi holds a special place in his heart and repertoire, adding that he was the best past composer. He said he had so far performed almost all tenor roles in Verdi’s operas. “I also performed some parts of the lead tenor Gabriele Adorno in the opera ‘Simon Boccanegra,’ but the leading hero of this opera is baritone Simon. This role is one of the most important ones of Verdi’s repertoire. I have dreamed of performing this role for years although he is a baritone. Now I am on stage to play this role.”

Speaking about the difficulties of performing an aria as a baritone, Domingo said there were some difficulties but all of Verdi’s leading roles have difficulties that need to be overcome. “Simon is a very complicated character in terms of psychology. The person who plays this role should understand what kind of a man he is,” he said.

Domingo has so far performed many roles, and there are also many other roles he wants to play. “But they are far from me,” he said.

This year Domingo will perform in “Simon Boccanegra” in the United Kingdom and Madrid and will also perform Sigmund in “The Valkyrie” in Los Angeles. Domingo offered his thanks to the cinema project in Turkey, adding that thousands of people who have not had a chance to come to La Scala would be able to see him on stage, which makes him very excited.

Tickets for live opera

Ticket prices for the live opera are 45 Turkish liras at Cinebonus movie theaters in Istanbul and 35 liras in Ankara and İzmir. Tickets are available through and Cinebonus box offices.

The Cinebonus movie theaters that will screen the live opera will be: Kanyon in Levent, Nautilus in Kadıköy, Capacity in Bakırköy, Gmall in Maçka, Palladium in Kozyatağı, Panora in Ankara and Kipa in İzmir.

Simon Boccanegra

Simon Boccanegra is an opera with a prologue and three acts by Giuseppe Verdi and an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave. It is based on a play with the same name by Antonio García Gutiérrez in 1843 and was first performed at Teatro La Fenice, Venice on March 12, 1857. The opera is set in Genoa, Italy, in the 14th century. In the play, the leaders of the plebeians are conspiring to name the former pirate Simon Boccanegra as “doge” (chief magistrate). He accepts because he hopes to marry a woman named Maria. However, she has died, and the illegitimate child she and Boccanegra had has disappeared.

Monday, April 26, 2010

On Thermal Power Plants in our backyard

Dear Energy Professional, Dear Colleagues,

There were important issues related to thermal power plants, so on this day, I would like to share with you here-in this blog page.

I worked all my professional life in thermal power plant construction, design, marketing, sales, project management, and in proper operation since my graduation as a mechanical engineer in year 1973.

Like myself and many other ME graduates in the energy sector, we received training in mechanical engineering for years, it should not be expected us to be against to thermal power plant operations for electricity generation and creation of more power for the society.

We construct power plants, make basic and detail designs, try to build properly, without damaging the nearby environment, operate smoothly and friendly with the environment. Our nation paid us to get trained for this purpose, allocated limited resources to educate us to work as engineers to contribute to our society, and we do our best for our nation to create more energy, more power, and better environmental conditions.

It is my sincere feeling that it is unreasonable even funny to be against thermal power plants, meaningless, even it is an absurd situation.

For those who do not understand the energy business, say hoteliers, environmentalists, or medical doctors, you still need electricity, since hoteliers will need for your hotel air conditioners, to run the filter circulation in your pool, if you are a doctor / or surgeon, you would need electricity for the operation table devices, for the lamps to illuminate, for the sterilization of the equipment, at least for the lamp, for heating, for your computer to work.

We must design better thermal power plants, with least harm to the environment, at the most appropriate place; make all the filters big enough to collect almost all outgoing dust and sulphur, NOx etc. in the works.

Solar power plants do not operate at night, wind power plants do not operate if there is no wind. Solar and wind power plants do not work, without engaged to the equivalent capacity of thermal power plants which would be kept at hot stand-by.

"The wind and the sun are enough for us” is a ridiculous expression, and it is pronounced by those who do not know the energy technology.

Not only the solar and the wind, we need thermal, hydraulic, nuclear plants each with appropriate proportion, with the best available design, in environmentally least damaging design, and with the local engineering staff to construct and operate.

A society can not develop without energy generation, without electricity production, and we can not raise the level of prosperity.

It is necessary for our own household comfort and cultural activities, we can not watch opera, cinema, TV, nor access to PC without electricity, we can not drive on the freeway without traffic lights, we can not live in warm, properly illuminated and comfortable environment in our home at night.

Energy production is essential, it is mandatory to increase electricity generation for everyone. Everybody wants more electricity, but no one wants power plants in his/her backyard, even wind power plants since they create a lot of noise.

If each location agitates against the construction of the power plant by adapting NIMBY (Not in My Back Yard) attitude. Our economy has suffered immensely as a result of power shortage. Thus there is a need to overcome the shortage. However, when we look at existing thermal power plant, agitators cannot be blamed for having the NIMBY attitude.

The public administrations and the investors give all kinds of assurances to overcome the problems of fly ash, SO2, Particulate Materials not to exceed maximum limits, etc. Many of their convincing responses may remain only on paper. We have seen instances violating the environmental norms despite having sophisticated environmental equipment to reduce emissions and concerned authorities looking the other way round.

How do we solve this dilemma?

It will be solved for sure with local engineering. Investors will install the power plants in the proper place, with the best friendly design with the environment, give confidence to the nearby local people, with big filters to work properly, with appropriate deep sea discharge, and control air pollution, and investor will not deceive people,

"I've written the EIA report, it is here in my office, if you wish to read and review, come over here" - this is a funny statement as once advised by a local investor. You should create an internet web page, you put your EIA reports there in pdf format, we all read, and write our objections if any.

From economically bankrupt country (Greece), a relatively small contracting firm (Metka) comes to Turkey, and investor RWE from Germany places the contract to construct a turn-key 770 MWe combined cycle power plant in Denizli province Honaz county Kaklık village, at an inappropriate location on the airport landing corridor.

Yet the same foreign contracting company gets another turn key contract in Samsun province Terme county Kozluk village, from an Austrian investor OMV to construct new 870 MWe capacity combined cycle power plan.

These are absurd cases. Risk assessment of the investors is not correct. It is not so easy to finalize these contracts without local reaction, without heavy headache, and loss. Our companies have engineering capability to construct natural gas fired combined cycle power plants turnkey basis, complete with basic and detail engineering design, equipment sourcing, mechanical fabrication, site construction, start up, commissioning, and full operation.

It is our natural right to defend our local employment rights at every legal platform, and protect our engineering jobs.

We have another absurd case in Amasra. There is only one simple, immature, somewhat funny EIA report for the investment project.

Some MPs say "Whatever's necessary for Bartin will be done". It is an incomprehensible expression for hiding behind. My former auto mechanic was saying the same when I asked more details of the car repair, and I quickly found another mechanic to explain me better.

In internet environment, a local group created a new web page named as emerged to voice the local reaction. We would like to congratulate them.

Investor does not have a web site to explain the project, but people of Amasra BARTIN have one to react. It is very nice web page currently in initial stages but later in time, we are sure that it would be better. There are certain things made already incorrect, so we have to fix them in advance not to leave them to next future generations to solve.

For Yalova 100 MWe imported coal firing thermal power plant investment, both the investor and the local people have web pages. Investors are to convince the local highly educated retiree population that they will construct the power plant with least harm to the nearby environment; they should restore confidence not to repeat the old ignorant rouge practice of the past, install big filters in the best and non-stop operation to run, with proper deep sea discharge, all with maximized local engineering.

We are the engineers of this country, we are the people of this country to serve our society to upgrade the well being of our nation, not to match with foreign companies who try to finish the job and escape, and we are here to serve all our lives.

In Gerze county YAYKIL village for 1200 MWe capacity imported coal firing thermal power plant investment project, which is planned on a mostly green forest land, the investment advisor with academic credentials said, "We shall construct the best thermal power plant, if we do not- then, the State will make the controls and if necessary the plant will be closed," This is an incorrect expression. This statement is the inauspicious expression of academic isolation in the ivory tower.

The Public authority can not close a power plant, even it is deemed necessary, due to ever growing energy demand in the local market. The Authority issues a small fine, not to deter the situation, and that pollutant plant goes on running with huge pollution to nearby environment, as it is the case in Afsin-Elbistan-A plant, in TunçBilek Plant, in Yatağan Plant.

The environment is an important issue not to be left alone to the respective ministry only. We are all responsible. Local civil societies, local NGOs as well as Chambers of Engineers, are all responsible for proper design, proper site selection, proper construction and operation of the thermal power plant, in regulatory, supervisory and corrective actions.

Afsin Elbistan-A unit is operated almost without proper dust collectors for many years. It is beyond the limits of comprehension. In order to describe the existing situation, one can not find the words to say. MENR, EMRA, Ministry of Environment, SPO, the Treasury were unable to stop that men-made disaster for many years. The latest WB credit of 280 million Euros with extraordinary repayment conditions were returned to the creditor since the authority could not make the proper tendering to WB norms.

In Afsin-Elbistan B power plant, the ash dam is still missing, the ashes are kept in next to the plant in open area, when the wind blew the whole mess is all around. This investment is not completed for many years, it is a great mistake. People lost their faith to thermal power plants as well as their confidence to public initiatives in similar investments.

Rehabilitation plans of the old aging plants are still pending. The “OEM expert company award procedure” is unfair and very expensive. It is award without competition. If there is no competition in public tendering then corruption is unavoidable. The foreign OEM companies repeat their old mistakes over and over.

The most of the thermal power plant rehab programs are almost 10 years old, and not completed yet, and the plants are almost idle. This work should be finalized quickly and properly, or privatized and to be given to new private owners to handle the rehabilitation job soon.

To be against the thermal power plants is a sort of advising people “not to make babies” in order to avoid “child diseases”. It is similarly absurd to suggest both cases.

Economic development of the society is directly related with more generation of energy and electricity. So that is not only the work of engineers, and cultural and social well being of our nation is work and responsibility of all citizens.

May God bless them with wisdom for all those who need. May God save you and forgive you for making any mistakes in your risk assessment. God bless you all.

Haluk Direskeneli, Ankara based Energy Analyst,

Macbeth in Ankara Opera House

‘Macbeth’ returns to Ankara opera stage after 48 years

Hurriyet Daily News with wires, Monday, April 26, 2010

William Shakespeare’s tragedy ’Macbeth’ will appear on stage in Ankara on Wednesday after 48 years with a performance by the Ankara State Opera and Ballet. The director of the play, Yekta Kara, says almost half a century has passed since it was last staged and it is a very long time for a masterpiece like ’Macbeth’
One of the most important tragedies of William Shakespeare, “Macbeth,” which has been adapted to opera stage with Guiseppe Verdi’s melodies, will meet the audience of Ankara after 48 years. The opera will premiere on Wednesday.

The opera, which Shakespeare wrote in 1606, is one of the most significant works of the Ankara State Opera and Ballet this season. The stage director is Yekta Kara, who staged the work at the Istanbul State Opera and Ballet in 2006.

“Macbeth,” which is one of the shortest but the most important among Shakespeare’s tragedies, has so far met audiences on the world’s most important theater and opera stages. Speaking about the opera, Kara said that he last time staged the opera “Zahide” in Ankara and would meet the audience of the capital after 19 years.

He said the Ankara people viewed “Macbeth” in 1962 for the last time. “Almost half a century has passed. This is a very long time for a masterpiece like Macbeth.”

Kara said like in all plays of Shakespeare, “Macbeth” featured human, and that he knew human nature and human feelings very well and adopted it to the stage very successfully. He said Verdi had a great admiration for Shakespeare, adding that he had composed three different Shakespeare plays in his life.

“The first one was ‘Macbeth’,” Kara said. “Verdi played with ‘Macbeth’ for a long time. He composed it first, it was staged and revised in the direction of critics. Later on, it met the audience in Paris with its new version.”

Today after 10 centuries

Kara said since it featured human, “Macbeth” would always be a popular play. “There is love in most of operas. People die, cry or have problems for the sake of love. And death is always in question. There is no love in ‘Macbeth,’ we don’t see any love scene between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. But there is a great will to power,” he said, talking about the theme of the play.

“The thing that brings together a man and a woman, namely Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, and caused them to collaborate is an unbelievable will to power. They commit crime for power. Many things are still the same in human nature”, Kara said.

“Macbeth takes place in 11th-century Scotland. We stage it in the 21st century in Ankara, after 10 centuries. People’s wills never end, regardless of their position. And many bitter events happen because of these wills. They shed blood, fight and kill each other for their will. It means that nothing has changed in human nature since then. But thanks to education and culture, we learn to suppress primitive feelings and the will to power. Those who fail to do it continue committing crime just as in ‘Macbeth.’”

True story of a Scottish king

“Macbeth” is the last of Shakespeare's four great tragedies, the others being “Hamlet,” “King Lear” and “Othello.” It is based on a true story of a Scottish king who rose to power through bloody ambition. The play opens as Macbeth has just vanquished an usurper to the current king's throne. He and his comrade Banquo come across three witches who prophesy that Macbeth will be made thane of Cawdor and will eventually become king. When he reaches the king's court, Macbeth is made thane of Cawdor as a reward for his bravery and loyalty. Now the witches' greater prediction begins to occupy the minds of both him and his wife. It is Lady Macbeth who plots the murder of King Duncan and the ascension of her husband to the throne. Macbeth initially resists her prodding, but finally agrees to commit the regicide. While the plot is successful and Macbeth rises to the throne, many suspect him of the murder. His reign is marked by the murders of his opponents, both real and imagined, and by the visitation of spirits. Both Macbeth and his wife suffer greatly from their guilt, until the dramatic conclusion that ends his bitter rule.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

On new thermal power plant investment in Amasra

Hazelwood, in Victoria, is Australia's most greenhouse polluting power station, producing about the same greenhouse emissions as 3.95 million cars per year.

Dear Colleagues

If you wish to review the investment in Denizli province as planned by RWE of Germany for 870 MWE Combined cycle power plant, then all you have to do is open google, write "RWE, Denizli" then you get the all reports for EIA,

Then if you wish to know details of AKSA 100 MWe imported coal firing new thermal power plant in Yalova, similarly you search for "AKSA, Yalova, Enerji" in google, and you immediately reach to the respective presentation link,

If you need information on 1200 MWe imported coal firing new Gerze Thermal Power plant investment, it is in

It is so surprising that they put so much details into those reports. You can read and write your critics, and they answer to you,

On the other case, where are the investment reports for Amasra 2640 MWe (or 1200MWe) thermal power plant investment? It is only lip service, daily emails to newspapers, media writers, who are unable to interpret those empty wording.

When you review internet page of their UK partner, you come up with many thermal power plants but almost all of them are combined cycle. They have only three major coal firing thermal power plants in UK, Portugal and Indonesia plus very old two plants in Australia which are Hazelwood (photo) and Loy Yang B plants. However they purchased all these coal plants after construction and many years of service by the first investors. So they know how to operate the coal firing thermal power plant but they do not have any experience on their construction. Moreover most of their existing coal based thermal power plants need upgrading in ESP, FGD and ash disposal systems, due to new local requirements to stop global warming.

All and all, we have sincere doubts on the technical qualifications of Amasra thermal power plant investment. We need to know the details, coal mine investigations, an appropriate EIA internet page with sufficient evidence, meteorology facts.

Meteorological studies show that Amasra is in "advection inversion", which means,
a temperature inversion caused by advection as warm air/fluegas passes over a cool soil surface creating non-stop fog, which makes impossible to live, not to mention to construct a thermal power plant. But Who cares??

Therefore we feel that PR activities of the investors are not sufficient at this point in time, and we would sincerely advise the locals not to care about that service.

Thank you and best regards

Haluk Direskeneli, Ankara based Energy Analyst

Thursday, April 15, 2010

OMV Austria in Samsun for 870 MWe CCPP

Dear Colleagues, Dear Energy Professional,

We have been informed through various wires that Austria-based power company OMV will invest EUR 600 million in a natural gas-powered combined cycle power plant in the city of Samsun, on Black Sea coast of Turkey. OMV acquired the stakes of Met Group and Lehman Brothers in local electricity generation company Borasco Elektrik, which will undertake the power plant investment. CEO of OMV, Wolfgang Ruttenstorfer details that construction works for the power plant with an installed capacity of 870 MW will start this month and the plant will become operational in 2012.

Borasco Elektrik, with headquarter in Istanbul, Turkey, was founded in October, 2007 as a joint venture / project company of OMV, MET-CAP and Lehman Brothers with the purpose of constructing a gas-fired power plant in Samsun Province, Terme County. In 2008 OMV Power International GmbH (OMV Gas & Power GmbH) acquired 60 % of the shares, taking over the rest % 100 shares in 2009.

In April 2008 Borasco was granted a 49 years generation license from the Turkish Energy Market Regulatory Authority to produce and trade energy in Turkey.

The respective Power Plant in Samsun is planned with a capacity of 870 MW electricity, investment will be around EUR 600 million and the life-time of the thermal power plant is expected for 30 years. Borasco aims to fulfill demand in the highly growing but still undersupplied Turkish energy market.

Due to its strategic location next to the Blue Stream Pipeline the power plant will be able to enhance the security of supply for electrical power for the Turkish energy market.

Borasco, a subsidiary of Austrian power giant OMV, and Greek energy firm Metka announced plans to build a power plant in Samsun, on Turkey's Black Sea coast. The agreement includes construction work as well as supplying most of the equipment for the 870-megawatt power plant.

Metka quotes some 199.9 million euros and an option of US$172.3 million in the project, while its subsidiary in Turkey, Power Projects, quotes 142.4 million Euros with an option for US$10.8 million. Metka and Power Projects, the project contractors, aim to have the power plant up and running by the summer of 2012.

The contract covers the supply of the majority of equipment and construction work for an 870-megawatt natural-gas-fueled power plant, consisting of two single shaft GE-Frame-FB units with vertical gas pass HRSG and STs provided by General Electric.

The news follows Metka's announcement in October 2009 of another power plant in Turkey. Along with German power giant RWE and Turcas, the Greek firm agreed to construct a similar thermal power plant near Denizli, in southwest Turkey. The budget for the project stands at 450 million Euros and an option of 40 million Euros.

We only get pleased to read investment, and sincerely feel that energy investors deserve all our support to complete those power plant investments. On the other hand, there is great risk in project finance of such investments due to public response. Those companies, who are ignorant of local workforce employment expectations, and neglecting local engineering contribution, neglecting world class environmental limitations, will surely deserve the highest level of local resistance in legal platforms. They may have too much of a headache during project execution; therefore, the project finance institutions should make their risk assessments carefully. We all expect that these energy investments will bring prosperity, employment and peace to the site, as well as to the nearby community. Maximized local manpower, as well as maximized local engineering/ fabrication/ site installation capabilities should be employed.

May God bless them with wisdom for all those who need. May God save you and forgive you for making any mistakes in your risk assessment. God bless you all.

Haluk Direskeneli, Ankara based Energy Analyst

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

PowerGen Europe 2010 Amsterdam

Dear Energy Professional, Dear Colleagues,

On 8-9-10 June 2010, the main European energy event is in Amsterdam, The Netherlands for Powergen Europe 2010 exhibition and conference. The Powergen conferences are very important in energy sector.

If you plan to participate to Powergen Europe Conference, you have to purchase an international ticket to fly to an European city- Amsterdam The Netherlands this year, Milan Italy in 2011, Koln Germany in 2012, you should make hotel reservation and handle your living and traveling expenses.

You have to spend almost one week. That means you are away from your daily work load and your ongoing projects, customers. That is a real dedication. That needs time, money, effort.

But on the other hand, you meet with the key players of the international market. Only real players, only serious organizations, and individuals can do/ participate to the fair. So let us see who these real serious players of our energy sector are.

Here are the Turkish participants and major key players of our energy market in the PowerGen Europe conference in the past years,

Aalborg Engineering Istanbul/Aalborg
ABB Elektrik Sanayi AS Istanbul
AES-IC Energy Generation, Ankara
AGE Construction, Ankara
AkEnerji, Istanbul
Alstom, France/ Turkey
AnsaldoBreda Istanbul
Armagan Muhendislik Istanbul
ASKO Limited, Istanbul/ London
Austrian Energy & Environment, Ankara/ Vienna
BARIŞ Technological Systems, Adana
BGM Engineering, Istanbul
Babcock& Wilcox, Ankara, Denmark, USA
Babcock- Hitachi, Istanbul, UK
BGM Engineering, Istanbul
Bis Enerji, Bursa
Black & Veatch USA/ Turkey
Borusan Enerji, Istanbul
Calik Enerji Ankara
CMI- Belgium/ Turkey
DoğaEnerji, Istanbul
ENDA Enerji Holding, Izmir
EnkaPower, Istanbul
EnerjiSA, Sabanci, Istanbul
Enpro Engineering, Ankara
ENPRODE Engineering & Consulting, Istanbul
EntekElektrik, Koç Holding, Istanbul
Escon Energy Savings Consultancy, Istanbul
Evonik Power Plants, Germany
Foster Wheeler, Ankara/ Istanbul
Friterm, Istanbul, Germany
Gama Power Systems, Ankara
GE Energy, USA / UK/ Turkey
GSD Engineering, Istanbul
International Power Plc, Istanbul, UK
Innovative Steam Technologies, Canada/Turkey
Koc Holding/ Entek, Istanbul
Lotus Enerji, Ankara
Mapna Group, Iran
MEGA Enerji, Istanbul
MEPTA Power Engineering, Istanbul, Greece
Mitsubishi, Ankara, Japan
NaturGaz/ Kolin, Ankara
NEM, Holland/ Turkey
Nooter/ Ericson USA/ Turkey
Nurol Enerji Ankara
Pratt Whitney USA / Turkey
Promer Engineering, Ankara
Park Enerji, Ankara
RWE, Istanbul, Germany
Safer Grup, Istanbul
SEGU Engineering & Contracting, Izmir
Sektorel Fuarcilik, Istanbul
SETAS Enerji, Ankara
Siemens, Germany/ Turkey
Steag/ Evonik Germany
STORK Thermeq - Ankara, The Netherlands
Teknotes, Ankara
Thermoflow Thermal Power Plants Design Software USA/ Turkey
TUBITAK MAM, Marmara Research Center, Gebze
TurboMach, Istanbul/ Switzerland
VA-Tech, Austria/ Ankara
VESTAS Wind Energy Istanbul/ Denmark
Vogt Power Systems, USA/ Turkey
YURT Cement, R&D Energy Technologies, Istanbul
Wartsila Engines, Finland/ Turkey
ZORLU Enerji, Istanbul

There may be some more missing names but generally the interested key players are as listed above. We hope that there will be more participation this year in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

It is your writer's sincere feeling that one day Powergen Europe could be organized in Istanbul close to Ataturk International Airport, similarly PowerGen Asia could also be organized in Asia Minor section of Istanbul close to Sabiha Gokcen International Airport maybe on F1 racing course.

Thank you and best regards

Haluk Direskeneli, Ankara based Energy Analyst,
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