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Energean sells 5.5 BCM of Karish/Tanin gas to IPM

first_imgGreek oil and gas company Energean has signed a Gas Sales and Purchase Agreement with I.P.M. Beer Tuvia Ltd. (“IPM”) to supply an estimated 5.5 BCM of gas from its Karish and Tanin FPSO offshore Israel over a period of 19 years.The contract is subject to necessary approvals and is contingent on results of the 2019 drilling program, which includes the drilling of four wells in Israel and will start with the spud of Karish North in March 2019, targeting 36.8 BCM (1.3 Tcf) of gas with a volume-weighted geological chance of success of 69%.The agreement adds between 0.265 and 0.38 BCM/yr of gas sales, commencing in approximately 2024. Energean estimates that the deal will contribute revenues of roughly $0.9 billion over the life of the contract. Energean may supply IPM with limited volumes between 2021 and 2024.  IPM holds an option to increase volumes up to 0.55 BCM/yr.Energean has now signed GSPAs for 4.6 BCM/yr from its Karish and Tanin FPSO, which is being built with a total capacity of 8 BCM/yr. Energean targets filling the remaining 3.4 BCM/yr of FPSO spare capacity in the medium term, which it believes will deliver attractive incremental economics, the company said.IPM is an Independent Power Producer that will supply the national power grid and large private consumers with power. IPM is building a new power plant that is due to start operating in 2H 2020, and gas purchased from Energean will provide part of the total quantity of gas required for its operations. The remaining gas supply will be purchased in accordance with IPM’s existing Gas Agreements.The Karish and Tanin development remains on track for first gas in 1Q 2021, Energean said.Mathios Rigas, CEO of Energean Oil & Gas said:“This additional Gas Sales Agreement aligns with Energean’s strategy to secure offtake for the remaining spare capacity in our 8 BCM/yr FPSO and to commercialize the resource being targeted by our upcoming drilling programme, providing competition and energy security to the Israeli domestic market.“The signing of this contract ahead of results from our 2019 drilling programme demonstrates not only the attractiveness of the Karish and Tanin fields but the strong incremental demand that we have identified for our gas and we will continue to target additional sales. Our future sales contracts will target both the growing domestic and regional export markets, delivering attractive incremental economics for all of our stakeholders.”last_img read more

Coughing and sneezing? Things to consider before getting medicine

first_img: Medical personnel say it’s important to always follow directions when using cold medications, and only treat the symptoms you have. (Photo credit: M. Kuhlman)INDIANAPOLIS – Most adults will get one to three colds every year, and medical personnel say there are some things to keep in mind before heading to the drug store for treatment.Most over-the-counter medications can relieve the symptoms of a cold, but not always without risk.Joan Duwve, chief medical consultant with the Indiana State Department of Health, says it’s important to always take medication as needed and directed, and only try to treat the symptoms you have.“The risk of those all-in-one medications might be that you’re taking a decongestant but you’re not really stuffy,” she points out. “In fact, you would like your nose to stop running, and so you may need something that’s more like an antihistamine.”Duwve adds that acetaminophen overuse has potential for liver damage, decongestants can raise blood pressure and nighttime medications can cause drowsiness the next day.Her advice is to use medications minimally, drink plenty of fluids and get extra rest.She adds that warm liquids such as tea or chicken noodle soup are very effective in breaking up congestion.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), colds are the most common illness children experience.Duwve says parents should be vigilant about giving children medication for a cough, runny nose or sore throat.“As a parent, you don’t like to see your child looking or feeling uncomfortable and we like to feel like we’re doing something to help,” she says. “Kids, though, typically manage very well with cold symptoms and in fact medications can be harmful to children who are under the age of four.”She says always use children’s medications as directed, and try saline sprays for nasal congestion, and honey for a cough.Most colds run their course for about a week, and Duwve says parents should call their doctor if symptoms last more than 10 days or if a child has a fever higher than 100.4 degrees.Mary Kuhlmanlast_img read more

Desert Thunder hosts April 11-12 Border States Racing Series doubleheader

first_imgPRICE, Utah – Desert Thunder Raceway hosts the inaugural doubleheader for the Border States Racing Series this Friday and Saturday, April 11-12.IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds run for $500 to win and IMCA SportMods for $200 to win both nights. All applicable IMCA points will be awarded.Pit gates at Price open at 2 p.m. and the grandstand opens at 4 p.m. both days. Hot laps follow the 5 p.m. drivers’ meeting with racing at 6 p.m.Spectator admission is $8 for adults, $7 for seniors, $6 for kids ages six through 12 and free for five and under. Car and driver is $55 for Modifieds and $40 for SportMods; pit passes are $25 for one day or $35 for a two-day pass.Transponders are required and can be rented for $5 a night. Also on the Friday and Saturday programs are super stocks, hobby stocks and quarter midgets.Ten dates, at tracks in Utah, New Mexico and Colorado, comprise the Border States Racing Series.last_img read more

Charlton: Ferguson will not interfere

first_img Press Association Ferguson will remain at the club as a director and ambassador, as Sir Matt Busby did when he stepped down as United boss following a glittering 24-year spell in charge. Busby’s successors, Wilf McGuinness and Frank O’Farrell, both struggled while the former manager maintained a presence at the club – but Charlton insists Ferguson will not meddle. “Alex Ferguson doesn’t work like that. He won’t interfere,” said Charlton, one of the Busby Babes, who made 758 appearances for the club. “He is famed for his decision making and this will be just another decision.” Sir Bobby Charlton is sure that Sir Alex Ferguson will not meddle in the affairs of his successor when the Manchester United boss draws the curtain on his history-making 26-year spell in charge at the end of the season.center_img David Moyes has been installed as the bookmakers’ favourite to take the reins, while Jose Mourinho has also been touted as a potential successor. Having dominated the landscape of British football for so long, United fans will no doubt fear a decline, but Charlton is optimistic about the club’s future. “There’s no problem,” said Charlton at the launch for the Royal Mail’s Football Heroes Special Stamps. “Why should we not have anyone who we think is capable of doing it, and doing it with a bit of a smile? “There will be (another manager like him). But I can’t tell you who it is or who it may be. We have to get a new manager. It’s actually quite exciting. In a way I’ve always dreaded this day. There’s been a torment in my mind about this happening, but he’s not going away, he’ll be staying on as a director.” Charlton was one of the four men who appointed Ferguson way back in 1986 following the Scot’s success at Aberdeen, where he broke Rangers and Celtic’s monopoly of the Scottish game by winning three titles. He has since gone on to develop a close personal friendship with Ferguson. Ferguson discussed retirement with England’s record goal scorer on several occasions over the last few years. “I have known for about three or four years (that he was going to quit), but he has changed his mind a couple of times,” Charlton added. “City winning the title gave him a new challenge. Now I think he thinks he deserves to have a break. There’s so much pressure on the position. It’s very tough.” last_img read more

Paul Clement is Swansea City new boss

first_imgBAYERN Munich assistant Paul Clement has agreed a two-and-a-half year deal to become Swansea City’s next manager.The German side allowed the 44-year-old to speak to the Swans, who are bottom of the Premier League.Clement was interviewed by the club before Bob Bradley was appointed as their manager in October.He is set to be Swansea’s third manager of the season and it is likely he will be at Selhurst Park for their game against Crystal Palace today.The former Chelsea and Real Madrid assistant manager was in charge of Derby County for eight months before he was sacked by the club in February of 2016.After Bradley was sacked following a spell of seven defeats in 11 games, Clement emerged as the frontrunner to be Swansea’s next managerFormer Manchester United assistant Ryan Giggs, Wales boss Chris Coleman and former Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett were also linked with the job.The Swans are four points adrift at the bottom of the table and have lost their last four games, including Saturday’s 3-0 home defeat by Bournemouth.last_img read more

Players and explanations involved in Syracuse men’s basketball’s vacated wins revealed

first_img Published on November 4, 2016 at 3:19 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+ Terrence Roberts, Billy Edelin, Dion Waiters, Fab Melo and Mookie Jones were the five players involved in violations that led to Syracuse vacating 101 wins. The Orange’s 2016-17 media guide identified those five players as having their individual statistics vacated by the NCAA.Roberts and Edelin were involved in the 60 wins that were vacated from 2004-07 due to receiving illegal payments. Waiters, Melo and Jones’ involvement in academic issues led to 41 wins vacated from 2010-12.The NCAA’s report on Syracuse was released on March 6, 2015 and included references to Jeff Cornish, a booster of the program involved in paying players. He paid three football and two men’s basketball players from a bank account titled “AAU-DCCT” a total of $8,335 and used the tax ID number of the Tri-Valley YMCA, where he worked, to do so, according to the report.From May 2004 to July 2005, Cornish deposited more than $300,000 into the account and paid SU players, athletics staffers and a basketball staffer’s rent for a month, according to the report.In 2010-11, Jones played in 13 games, which led to seven vacated wins that season. Waiters played in 34 games in 2011-12 while Melo played in 33 and Jones played in 12. SU vacated all 34 wins that season. According to the NCAA’s report, they received illegal assistance on academic work from people around the program, falling under the category of “impermissible academic benefits.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAbout three weeks ago, it was revealed how many games and in which years the 101 vacated wins came from. Now, it’s known which players were involved and why, based on the years these players played and how they’re described in the original report. The NCAA’s initial report, however, did not name the players specifically, while the team media guide does.The news aligns with what head coach Jim Boeheim said recently on the Doug Gottlieb Show, that none of the vacated wins involved drug violations.Updated yearly records following vacated wins:2004-05: 12-7 (15 vacated, 27-7 previously)2005-06: 0-12 (23 vacated, 23-12 previously)2006-07: 2-11 (22 vacated, 24-11 previously)2010-11: 20-8 (seven vacated, 27-8 previously)2011-12: 0-3 (34 vacated, 34-3 previously) Commentslast_img read more

Hazard Hopes Belgium’ll be Different to England’s Golden

first_imgThe Three Lions face Belgium in their final Group G game in Kaliningrad on June 28 and Hazard is hoping the Red Devils go on to claim silverware – unlike England teams of the past.“We know what we are. We are good players, we all play in the big games in England, in Italy and in Spain,” he said.“10 years or 15 years ago, you had this ‘Golden Generation’ in England but you won nothing. Now I think the fans, journalists, all of Belgium, the country just wants to win something. Eden Hazard hopes Belgium do not suffer the same fate as England and waste the potential of their own ‘Golden Generation’.Belgium head to the World Cup third in the latest FIFA rankings, with a squad that boasts the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Thibaut Courtois, Romelu Lukaku and Jan Vertonghen in addition to Hazard. “We have a ‘Golden Generation’ – we just want to win something now. Can we be different to England? Maybe, maybe, we will see.”Belgium comfortably defeated Egypt 3-0 on Wednesday and will now face Costa Rica in their final warm-up match on Monday night.Roberto Martinez’s side will then open their World Cup campaign against Panama on June 18 before facing Tunisia and England.GenerationShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

LION Cereal enters partnership with League of Legends Open Tour France

first_imgLION Cereal, one of many brands owned by Nestlé, has partnered with the League of Legends Open Tour France.The semi-pro circuit that comprises of seven offline tournaments, aptly hosted in France, is run by Riot Games – the developer and publisher of League of Legends.In 2017, LION Cereal worked with esports Hurrah – a creative advertising agency that solely focuses on esports – to create an advertising campaign that was targeted at fans of esports. The campaign, titled ‘Wildest Fans’ was supported by Riot Games, and saw 100 fans sent to the 2017 EU LCS Spring Split Championship.This campaign has been revived for the 2018 season, with LION Cereal sharing a video on Twitter that requested people to reply with the “craziest thing [they] could do [in real life] as an esport fan.” The prize is for a duo of casters to arrive at applicant’s house and do what they do best: cast.Et toi, c’est quoi le truc le plus fou que tu pourrais faire IRL en tant que fan d’esport ? Tweet tes idées avec #WildestFans et un duo de casters pourrait débarquer chez toi pour transformer ton salon en casting desk ! ? pic.twitter.com/SIcw9QkQtr— Céréales Lion (@cerealeslion) June 3, 2018League of Legends Open Tour France is a year-long competition that kicked off on January 27th and will end on November 11th. The top two teams who accumulate the most points in the Spring qualified for the European Masters 2018 Spring, and the same for the Summer season also. The top six teams over the course of the tour will progress to the playoffs.Esports Insider says: The fact that LION Cereal has returned to roll out this ad campaign once again suggests it was happy with the results of its first exploration into esports.Sign up to our newsletter!last_img read more

PHOTOS: Ghana wins first gold medal at African Senior Championships

first_imgGhana won its first gold medal on the final day of the African Senior Championships in South African.Triple jumper Nadia Eke won Gold with a leap of 13.42m.On another positive note, John Ampomah won silver in javelin throwing a reach of 75mThe duo capped off a good performance by team Ghana who placed 7th in overall rankings after winning total number of 6 medals (1 gold, 3 silver and 2 bronze )Team Ghana will arrive in the country on Tuesday evening at 16:30 GMT.   –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

Whicker: Just like old times, Dodgers’ opponents are stubbing their toes again

first_imgLOS ANGELES — At last a message in a bottle from 2017 has arrived at Vin Scully Avenue.Apparently it’s time for opposing ballclubs to start hemorrhaging at the sight of Dodger Baseball again.The up-and-coming Phillies, 29-21 as Memorial Day dawned, used the startling arm of Vince Velasquez and a three-run homer by Cesar Hernandez to build a 4-0 lead.Sign up for our Inside the Dodgers newsletter. Be the best Dodger fan you can be by getting daily intel on your favorite team. Subscribe here.Then the Dodgers chased Velasquez and watched the Phillies dissolve, and they really didn’t need much heat of their own. A three-run eighth inning that featured two Phillies errors pushed the Dodgers over the top, 5-4, even though emergency starter Brock Stewart was less than stellar, and they had no idea what to do with Velasquez for five innings.As they kept telling us during their earlier stumblings, it’s a long season. And June doesn’t get here until Friday.“The bullpen, for me, was key,” Manager Dave Roberts said, as Yimi Garcia retired all six Phillies he faced. Garcia missed last year’s ride, rehabbing from Tommy John surgery.“You don’t put in that work to play in the minors, you want to play in the majors,” Garcia said. “Of course it was exciting.”Velasquez came out of Garey High in Pomona, a 6-foot-3 right-hander who never needs to be recharged. In his second start for the Phillies in 2016, he struck out 16 Padres and gave up no walks in a shutout. That had happened only six times in major league history. Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start It began when third baseman Maikel Franco decided against moving his feet to apprehend Puig’s hard grounder and played it into a base hit. Matt Kemp brought him home with a pinch-hit double. In came left-hander Adam Morgan, and the waters kept rising.A pop-up by Kiké Hernandez hung for what seemed like 90 seconds but still mystified second baseman Cesar Hernandez, who let it fall to earth. Then Max Muncy bounced a comebacker off Morgan’s glove, and Kemp scored the tying run.“They gave us some help,” Roberts acknowledged.Grandal’s base hit through a hugged-in Phillies infield completed the comeback, and now the Dodgers, who were being fitted for a termite tent a couple of weeks ago, have won nine of 11, and nine of 13 since Turner returned.He said he wasn’t a savior, but he’s got plenty of disciples.center_img Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season And Velasquez is also a symbol of how the Phillies, heads apart with Atlanta in the National League East, have revamped themselves. Essentially, the Phillies got him from Houston in exchange for closer Ken Giles. Just like they dealt Jonathan Papelbon to Washington and got Nick Pivetta, who has a 1.086 WHIP in 11 starts.Just like they dangled Cole Hamels in front of the Rangers until they got a veritable “Price Is Right” showcase that included rocket-armed catcher Jorge Alfaro, plus outfielder Nick Williams and pitchers Jared Eickhoff and Jake Thompson.Velasquez had Tommy John surgery before he got to the majors and was injured throughout last season. The most serious of those was a blood clot in his middle finger. But he also was struggling to harness that force. “I was running around last year like a chicken,” he said.Velasquez was asked to pitch more passionately by new manager Gabe Kapler. It’s been a mixed response so far. Velasquez came into Monday night with a 4-5 record a 4.18 ERA and also had surrendered nine home runs in 51-2/3 innings. But he had struck out a batter an inning and had given up 19 walks.His first five innings on Monday possibly were a sign of nine-inning nights to come. They definitely were unfair.Velasquez threw out Yasmani Grandal on a dribbler to his right, handling it like the high school shortstop he used to be. He struck out Chase Utley at 96 mph and Chris Taylor at 95, but then got Grandal on an 81 mph slider and made Justin Turner pop up at 83 mph.The Dodgers had no hits until Yasiel Puig’s solid single to left center, leading off the sixth.“He was throwing so hard,” Puig said. “I was looking for another fastball but I didn’t hit it that good. I think I left a couple of my fingers out there.”The curtain descended quickly.in the sixth. After Puig’s hit and Rhys Hoskins’ outfield error that got him to second, Joc Pederson socked a double that grazed the left-field line and broke up the shutout. The final batter was Turner, who knew this wasn’t a time to try a moonshot. Instead, he dumped Velasquez’s first-pitch slider into left field for a useful RBI single that cut it to 4-2.But even though the Phillies’ bullpen has the 11th-best WHIP in baseball, sometimes it’s like opening the door to a college freshman’s refrigerator.Related Articles How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire last_img read more