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first_imgLNG World News Staff Image courtesy of NakilatDragon LNG import terminal at Waterston, Milford Haven is scheduled to receive a cargo of liquefied natural gas from Qatar next week.According to the shipping data from the Milford Haven Port Authority, the 217,591-cbm Al Ghashamiya is scheduled to deliver the cargo on June 28.The Q-Flex LNG carrier built in South Korea by Samsung Heavy Industries is wholly-owned by Nakilat and chartered by LNG producer Qatargas.Gas transmission data from National Grid shows that gas flows into the national gas transmission network from the Dragon LNG terminal were at 5.50 mcm per day on Thursday, June 22.The Dragon LNG terminal, owned by Shell and Petronas has a maximum gas send out rate to the NTS of 7.6 billion cubic meters of gas per annum. The terminal can supply up to 10 percent of the UK’s energy needs.last_img read more

first_imgHouston-based energy giant and LNG player ConocoPhillips has set a plan to average annual capital expenditures of $5.5 billion, based on a price of $50 per barrel, for the 2018-2020 period.The company further targets less than $40-per barrel average sustaining price over the period, leading to a debt reduction to $15 million in 2019.ConocoPhillips further targets improvement in financial returns driven by disciplined investments in the company’s resource base of 15 billion barrels of oil equivalent with an average cost of supply of less than $35 per barrel.Over the next three year, ConocoPhillips, expects to add around 175 mmboed of new production.The company also said that consistent with its ongoing commitment to sustainability, it has set a target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions intensity by 5 to 15 percent by 2030.Speaking of the year 2017 so far, Ryan Lance, the company’s chairman and CEO, said, “through accretive asset sales and an ongoing focus on capital and cost efficiency, we’ve lowered the capital intensity and sustaining price of the company, reduced the cost of supply of our investment portfolio, substantially strengthened our balance sheet.”He said the company is well positioned to generate free cash flow and improve financial returns.last_img read more

first_imgTeam ComparisonSyracuse vs. Boston College Create bar charts Overview Facebook Twitter Google+ Myles Willis vs. Jordan Fredericks Create bar charts Thadd Smith vs. Steve IshmaelCreate bar charts Gabriel McClary vs. Cordell Hudson Create bar charts Position ComparisonAdvertisementThis is placeholder textJohn Fadule vs. Zack MahoneyCreate bar charts Steven Daniels vs. Zaire FranklinCreate bar chartsBig NumbersNumber of yards Boston College allows per game, which ranks first in the country.Most points the Eagles have given up all year. It happened on Oct. 17 against No. 5 Clemson. It was more than Boston College had given up through the first half of the year. Comments Published on November 28, 2015 at 9:06 am Contact Jon: jrmettus@syr.edu | @jmettuslast_img read more

first_imgBy now, one win or one loss means little to the Dodgers’ collective confidence. But for Avilan, who had allowed a .345 batting average to right-handed hitters entering the weekend, two big outs on an August afternoon can mean a lot.“That gives you a lot of confidence, especially because I had an opportunity to get out of that inning in that situation, the eighth, winning by one,” he said. “It’s really good for your confidence.”That, more than one game, might bear fruit for the Dodgers come October. The count was full when Pirela, a .295 hitter, swung and missed at Avilan’s 95-mph fastball off the outside corner. Solarte grounded out weakly on a changeup, the sixth pitch he saw in the at-bat.“With that part of the order and (Avilan) having not pitched, I trust him in that spot,” Roberts said. “To get the top three guys and potentially the fourth and fifth guy, I felt that it was Avilan’s inning.”Avilan said he was well-rested after the long layoff. Perhaps his wife was not, after giving birth to the couple’s first child, Sebastian, on Monday. They’re in Miami while Avilan auditions to become the primary left-handed reliever out of the Dodgers’ bullpen. LOS ANGELES >> Dodgers pitcher Luis Avilan hadn’t thrown a pitch in nine days before he took the mound in the eighth inning Sunday against the San Diego Padres. In the blink of an eye, the tying runner was on third base with one out. The Padres’ No. 3 and No. 4 hitters were due to bat, both from the right side of the plate against the left-handed Avilan. No one was warming in the Dodgers’ bullpen.When you lead your division by 18 games on Aug. 13, this is what passes for high drama.Come October, Dave Roberts might manage the Dodgers with more caution. Sunday he challenged Avilan, and the pitcher responded by striking out Jose Pirela and retiring Yangervis Solarte on a groundout. The Dodgers held on to win, 6-4.Justin Turner hit a pair of home runs, Yasmani Grandal added another, and the Dodgers improved the major leagues’ best record to 83-34. Starting pitcher Kenta Maeda (11-4) won his fourth consecutive decision, buoyed by the Dodgers’ five-run fourth inning. “There’s another reason why I keep coming to the park and doing my best,” he said.Maeda allowed four runs (three earned) in 5 1/3 innings. He walked one batter and struck out eight. Cory Spangenberg tagged him for two home runs, including a first-inning blast that gave San Diego a 2-0 lead, but Maeda allowed just two singles otherwise.Since June 9, when Maeda was temporarily demoted to the bullpen and recorded a save, he’s lowered his ERA from 4.95 to 3.76. Only eight National League pitchers, including teammates Clayton Kershaw and Alex Wood, have won more games than Maeda (11).After the first inning Sunday, Grandal said, “I pretty much told (Maeda) to stop shaking and just concentrate on locating. By doing that, we took everything aside from what we want to throw outside of the equation and he just concentrates where he wants to throw to me.”After San Diego starter Luis Perdomo (6-7) did not allow a baserunner for three innings, the Dodgers scored five runs in the fourth inning to take a 5-2 lead. All five runs scored as a result of home runs by Turner and Grandal.Turner also hit a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth inning against Jose Valdez. It was the seventh multi-homer game of Turner’s career. Three have come this season, including two in the last week.“One of ‘em was in Arizona, where the ball flies really well,” Turner said. “The other one was a day game in Dodger Stadium, where the ball flies a lot better than a night game at Dodger Stadium. I’m just trying to take good at-bats and hit balls hard. When it’s daytime here, you get it up in the air, it’s got a pretty good chance to get out of here.”Turner leads the National League with a .346 batting average. He has 17 home runs.Dodgers left fielder Chris Taylor made a diving catch in the ninth inning to rob Wil Myers of a potential hit. That helped preserve Kenley Jansen’s perfect ninth inning — his second save in as many nights and his 32nd this season.The only thing that can slow down the Dodgers now is a day off, and they’ll get two this week — one Monday, another Thursday. This is not hyperbole. The Dodgers haven’t won fewer than three games in a week since April 16-22. That includes the week of the All-Star Game in July, when they played three times and did not lose.For the season, the Dodgers are winning more than 70 percent of their games (a .709 clip, to be exact). The Houston Astros’ .615 winning percentage is the next-best in baseball — an unusual 11-game gap between the sport’s two best teams.Sometimes, like in the eighth inning Sunday, it’s easy to appreciate the Dodgers’ mastery of a difficult task. Often, though, they make it look easy. Grandal said the players don’t take it for granted.“A lot of teams can talk about executing a plan and at times during a game they get away from it,” he said. “With us, you can have a no-hitter, a perfect game going through three or four innings. At some point we’re going to get you. We’re not going to deviate from the plan. We’re going to stick with it.”center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more