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first_imgIn a decision dated, May 12th, the Associate Deputy Minister and Executive Director of the Provincial Environmental Assessment Office has extended by four years, Wednesday’s construction deadline for the Kitimat Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal Project. The proponents now have until June first of 2016 to get substantial construction underway on the close to $3 billion facility.- Advertisement -When it’s completed its owners hope to ship, in liquefied form, 700 million cubic feet of natural gas per day from the facility.Originally planned as a natural gas import terminal, the huge amounts of cheap shale gas available here in the Northeast, prompted the projects three partners to switch plans to an export terminal that would ship the liquefied gas to Asia by tanker.However, they still need National Energy Board approval, for what will be…if they get it…the countries first liquefied natural gas export licence.last_img read more

first_img“It takes a little more to make a champion.” “If you aren’t one of us, you wouldn’t understand.” Exactly. Wrestling is an exclusive club. You need to know the secret handshake. Aren’t there any slacker wrestlers? What about a T-shirt emblazoned with “When the going gets tough, we bail.” Nah, probably wouldn’t fly. We do appreciate the dedication and fervor, as exhibited by 17-year-olds with V-shaped torsos which appear to have been chiseled out of stone. Some of the kids have their cosmetologists working overtime. There were wrestlers with blue hair, black and gold hair, polka dot hair and mohawks. There was even a coach with a bright blue mane, which matched his wrestler’s hairstyle. Now if you’re 45 years old, it’s OK to be on board with your wrestler, in his corner all the way. But don’t be that 45-year-old guy who wakes up on Saturday morning and dyes your hair bright blue. Remember, it’s not a Sex Pistols’ concert and you probably had to go to work today. Probably. Now let’s get Grill-ing: Cajon’s Andrew Vildosola got a bad break Saturday at La Quinta, bumping heads with his opponent at 112 pounds in the third-place match and badly cutting his forehead. Enter Arroyo Valley assistant coach Oscar Briseno, who pulled some athletic tape out of his gym bag and wrapped Briseno like a mummy. Vildosola made it through the final six seconds and got the win. Not sure how it felt when he pulled the tape off his hair. … The CIF-Masters Meet, the qualifying event for state, is Friday and Saturday at Carter. Local fans will discover first-hand why wrestling insiders call it “The Meatgrinder.” … You know the NBA All-Star Game isn’t real serious when Shaq is playing point guard, dribbling between his legs to mock Kobe Byrant and firing up 20 footers (and missing badly). … You also know it’s not real serious when Gilbert Arenas joins a line of flying, dunking Elvises and slams one down. That’s something that should stay in Vegas. … Barry Bonds was among the celebs who attended the NBA All-Star Game. Barry wasn’t a bad hoopster back at San Mateo Serra High School. But he’s probably not too agile these days. … The departure of Norv Turner should hurt the 49ers, who will now be on their third offensive coordinator in three years. Not good for QB Alex Smith. … We’ll see if Turner can make bride material out of the Chargers, or if they’re still trying to catch the bouquet at season’s end. … Norco grad and two-sport Stanford athlete Toby Gerhart fractured a bone in his right forearm Saturday after getting hit by a pitch against Texas, said a Stanford University release. Gerhart was hitting .272 as a starting outfielder for the Cardinal. … Scott Blakey has retired as the Arrowhead Christian boys’ basketball coach. Blakey coached for 20 years, six years at Santa Barbara High School (girls), seven at ACA (girls) and seven more with the ACA boys. So good luck to Blakey, as well as La Sierra football coach Mike Churchill, who is leaving to take the athletic director job at Laguna Beach. Churchill coached locally at Redlands and Carter and won two section championships at Riverside Poly. … Now that we’ve had two weeks to think about it, none of the Super Bowl ads rivaled the best of Geico Insurance. We love when that caveman says “OK, first of all, I’m not 100 percent in love with your tone right now.” … We’d like to keep writing, but we need to sweep out the bar and check the beer taps. The best never rests. John Murphy serves up cold ones, tasty tidbits and occasional quips every Tuesday at the Shortstop Grill. Contact him at (909) 386-3853 or [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Grill proprietor shut down shop on Saturday afternoon, heading for La Quinta and the CIF wrestling finals. We’re always amused by wrestling T-shirts. They usually feature clever slogans which have a touch of self-righteousness to them. Some we saw Saturday: center_img “A body never drowned in a pool of sweat.” “The best never rests.” last_img read more