“We are delighted and proud to have been selected to provide the memorable first FPSO for Senegalese waters,” commented Yuji Kozai, President and CEO of MODEC. “We consider West Africa where numerous offshore oil and gas fields have been discovered in recent years, as one of our most important core regions, and this contract award should geographically reinforce our business portfolio. We are equally pleased to be a part of the team that will provide a needed energy resource for the people of the Republic of Senegal. We look forward to cooperating closely with our clients and partners to make this project a success.” MODEC, Inc. has signed a contract with Woodside Energy, to supply a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel for the Sangomar (formerly SNE) Field Development Phase 1 (Sangomar Field Development) project located in the Sangomar Offshore and Sangomar Offshore Deep oil blocks, located offshore Senegal. MODEC was awarded a Front End Engineering Design (FEED) contract of the FPSO in February 2019 and has now been awarded the FPSO purchase contract further to Final Investment Decision (FID) on the Sangomar Field Development which was made in January 2020. MODEC currently operates three (3) FPSOs in Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire as well as it has supplied another seven (7) floating production facilities such as FPSO, FSO and Tension Leg Platform (TLP) that have been installed in Angola, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Nigeria. The FPSO will be capable of processing 100,000 barrels of crude oil per day, 130 million standard cubic feet of gas per day, 145,000 barrels of water injection per day and will have minimum storage capacity of 1,300,000 barrels of crude oil. Scheduled for delivery in early 2023, the FPSO vessel will be permanently moored at a water depth of approximately 780 meters by an External Turret mooring system to be supplied by SOFEC, Inc., a MODEC group company. Sea News, January 13 Author: Baibhav Mishra The FPSO will be deployed at the Sangomar field located approximately 100 kilometers south of Dakar, Senegal. The Sangomar Field Development is expected to be Senegal’s first offshore oil development. Artist impression of the Sangomar Field Development FPSO (Image Courtesy: Woodside)
Print Friendly Version We are going virtual!Join UWF Athletics and the Alumni Association for our first ever virtual Argo Rally. We are sad we can’t kick off the season in person but that won’t stop our Argo pride.Click here to sign up for the video stream.Tune in Thursday, August 20 for updates from Athletic Director Dave Scott and a Q&A with our coaches.The Live Stream will begin at 5:20 p.m. and the program will start at 5:30 p.m. Go Argos!Submit questions ahead of time to email@example.com
Ashley Bastock Related TopicsAkron RubberDucksCleveland IndiansJay BruceLonnie ChisenhallMLB AKRON– Indians outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall made a rehab start for Double-A Akron on Sunday.Chisenhall has been on the disabled list since last month due to a right calf strain.In the game, Chisenhall went one-for-three from the plate at the DH position, and scored one run as Akron defeated Binghamton, 4-0.After the game, Chisenhall said he felt good getting to test out his calf.“I’m glad I was able to test it there, running from first to home,” he said. “It’s not easy, anytime you can test something you injured in the past and feel okay with it, so it was a good day.”For his next rehab start, Chisenhall also said he expected to play in the outfield, and hoped to get a couple more starts in before he is placed on the paternity list. Following the game, Chisenhall also touched on the Indians acquiring Jay Bruce in his absence.“It’s a huge plus, just looking at his numbers. We haven’t seen him too much, except for spring training and Cincinnati a few games a year. His numbers speak for themselves, I know he’s a good person,” Chisenhall said.“That’s a big bat in the middle of the lineup. I look forward to getting back and contributing in whatever way they need me.”You can watch Chisenhall’s full post-game interview below.Lonnie Chisenhall’s day is done. Here he is on his 1-3 performance, scoring from 1st and a baby on the way ? pic.twitter.com/N22yzyPeQf— Akron RubberDucks (@AkronRubberDuck) August 13, 2017 Ashley is a former basketball player who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and high school sports for NEO Sports Insiders. She also covers the Cavs for SB Nation’s Fear The Sword. Ashley is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University and previously worked in political journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @AshleyBastock42
Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Matt Loede Indians rookie pitcher Zach Plesac is on the mound this evening for the Tribe as the team looks to rebound after Monday’s 7-2 setback to the Rangers in Arlington.Plesac had a tough outing against the Reds last time out allowing back-to-back homers to start the game, and enters Tuesday’s affair with a mark of 1-2 at a 2.91 ERA.The Indians youngster has given up five home runs in his four major league starts. The 24-year-old will be facing Texas for the first time in his young career.The Rangers, who lead the Indians for the second wild card spot in the American League, will counter with righty Adrian Sampson.Sampson (5-3, 4.21 ERA), saw his five-start win streak come to a halt on Thursday after surrendering six runs on seven hits — including four homers — in a no-decision at Boston.Here’s the Indians starting lineup:Lindor SSMercado CFSantana 1BKipnis DHRamirez 3BBauers LFPerez CNaquin RFFreeman 2BAnd the Rangers Starting Nine:Choo RFSantana CFAndrus SSMazara DHCalhoun LFCabrera 3BOdor 2BGuzman 1BMathis C Related TopicsfeaturedIndiansRangersZach Plesac
Ken Barkley, Deputy Director of emergency services for the Matanuska Susitna Borough stated a witness reported seeing the crash of the Cessna 150 at 1:45 pm. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A small plane crashed and caught fire near Houston high school Thursday afternoon, killing the pilot. Firefighters responded to find the plane completely engulfed in flames. Troopers say 23-year-old Joe Mielke, of Big Lake, was the only person on board the small plane when it went down. Megan Peters with the Alaska State Troopers said friends and family on scene identified the pilot.
President Obama: “In Alaska I met with native communities and witnessed how climate change affects their livelihoods as we speak, and I reiterated my commitment to working with tribal nations and honor your heritage as we did with Denali.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享At the 7th Annual White House Tribal Nations Conference President Obama touched on his recent trip to Alaska and spoke of strengthening his Administration’s relationship with Alaska’s Native tribes. Obama is meeting with leaders from federally recognized Native American groups in the nation’s capital today to discuss issues of importance to the tribes.
Swagger: Daisuke Takahashi has come back in a big way from career-threatening knee surgery in late 2008. | KYODO PHOTO GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES RELATED PHOTOS IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 It’s not often in life that you get a second chance after squandering a golden opportunity.For Daisuke Takahashi, the bronze medalist at the Vancouver Games, it comes this week at the world championships in Turin, Italy. Two years ago, in Goteborg, Sweden, the Okayama native was the No. 1-ranked skater on the planet and the favorite to win his first world title. But problems with his boots and a lack of poise under pressure conspired to see Takahashi somehow not even make the podium (he finished fourth).Takahashi didn’t know it, but this was just the beginning of his problems. Within weeks he had left coach Nikolai Morozov, who guided him to the silver medal at the 2007 worlds, and moved back to Japan.Then true disaster struck when the Kansai University student tore the anterior cruciate ligament and medial meniscus cartilage in his right knee during a jump in practice in October of 2008.Takahashi underwent surgery the next month to repair the damage and missed the entire 2008-09 season while rehabilitating.Nobody ever wants to endure an injury like that, but especially not just 16 months before the Olympic Games.To his credit, Takahashi worked through excruciating pain to get himself back in shape and ready to skate.When he placed fourth at the NHK Trophy in Nagano last November, Takahashi was clearly still lacking the stamina that comes with real competition. But more practice and perseverance saw him take second place at Skate Canada and qualify for the Grand Prix Final.Though he finished a disappointing fifth at the GP Final in Tokyo, it provided him with more valuable game action. Three weeks later, he won his fourth Japan championship in Osaka. It was a good omen heading into the Olympics.But the best was yet to come.Going against the likes of reigning Olympic champion Evgeni Plushenko and current world champion Evan Lysacek, Takahashi put on the performance of a lifetime and became the first man to earn an Olympic medal for Japan in figure skating.His short program to “Eye” by Coba was nothing short of sensational and received universal praise. In third place heading into the free skate, Takahashi attempted a quadruple toe loop and despite falling, held on for the historic bronze.Takahashi showed his true colors afterward, when asked why he tried the quad when he could have played it safe to protect his medal chances.“I wanted the gold,” he said. “That’s why I tried the quad.”This statement said everything about this young man’s heart and courage.Many Japanese athletes have been knocked over the years for cracking under pressure or being too conservative.Takahashi, who turned 24 last week, blew a huge hole in that image and deserves to be recognized for it.He can raise the bar even higher by doing something no Japanese man ever has this week in Turin, where both Lysacek and Plushenko will not participate. Barring something unforeseen, Takahashi is a solid bet to add another prestigious tag to the “Olympic bronze medalist” that now often proceeds his name.This one says “world champion.”Compelling viewing: I recently watched the newly released Discovery Channel documentary on Vancouver Olympic gold medalist Kim Yu Na entitled “Hip Korea: Yu Na Kim — Seoul Spirit.”The 45-minute piece is a fascinating look into the world of Yu Na and what she means to the people of South Korea. It features footage of Yu Na’s climb from anonymity to the world stage and includes interviews with her mother Park Mi Hee, coach Brian Orser, choreographer David Wilson and many others.It also focuses on the continuing progress of women in South Korean society and how Yu Na symbolizes it. It is highly recommended viewing.Major impact: Kim’s victory and the medals gained by other South Korean athletes in Vancouver are expected to bring a lot more than glory and exposure to the nation, according to a recent story by Reuters.Samsung Economic Research Institute economist Lee Dong Hun estimated Asia’s fourth-largest economy would benefit by nearly $18 billion from the record haul.“The country’s splendid achievement in the 2010 Winter Games will bolster soft power, a prerequisite becoming an advanced country,” Lee wrote in a report.“After watching Kim Yu Na’s performance, Koreans may have experienced a heightened sense of self-confidence that encourages the belief that, by putting together their capabilities, Koreans can achieve anything.”Looking ahead: The dates for the 2010-11 Grand Prix season are now set. It will feature a real shakeup in how the events have traditionally fallen on the calendar.The NHK Trophy will kick off the GP season in Nagoya (Oct. 22-24) and be followed by Skate Canada (Oct. 29-31), the Cup of China (Nov. 5-7), Skate America (Nov. 12-14), the Cup of Russia (Nov. 19-21) and the Trophee Bompard (Nov. 26-28).Also worth noting is that Karuizawa in Nagano Prefecture will host a Junior Grand Prix event (Sept. 22-26). With Japan boasting both world junior champions, this is a good opportunity to get a look at some of the stars of the future.
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Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 360p 720p HD 1080p HD Auto (360p) 1/1 Bubba Watson beat Louis Oosthuizen on the 2nd playoff hole at the 2012 Masters Sunday evening. Watson hit a great 2nd shot to save par on the 2nd playoff hole while Oosthuizen settled for a bogey. Watson and Oosthuizen were each -10 after regulation. Watson rallied on the back nine with 4 straight birdies on 13, 14, 15 and 16. For Watson it’s his first major tournament win.Phil Mickelson, Peter Hanson, Lee Westwood, and Matt Kuchar finished in a 4-way tie for 3rd place at -8. Tiger Woods finished with a final round 74 and finished +5 for the tournament. About Connatix V56892 About Connatix V56892
QPR have again been linked with out-of-favour Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon. They did not make a move to sign him during the previous transfer window despite reports they were looking to take the 27-year-old to Loftus Road.But the Mail on Sunday claim the club are competing with Stoke to sign Lennon, who played under Rangers boss Harry Redknapp at Spurs.AdChoices广告The north London club are said to be looking for £7m to sell him.Rangers have again been linked with Slovenia defender Gregor Balazic.The centre-back, 26, plays in Ukraine and with his contract due to expire at the end of December his representatives are trying to secure him a move to England and have been keen to drum up interest.The Daily Star Sunday reckon QPR want him but face competition from their former manager Neil Warnock, who supposedly wants to sign him for Crystal Palace.Another of Warnock’s former clubs, Leeds United, are also said to be interested.Meanwhile, the Sunday Mirror have an interview with QPR’s Joey Barton, who says football saved him from a life of crime.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook