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The attractiveness of the resources has declined over the past years, mainly as a result of the introduction of North American shale. The break-even price of NA shale is estimated at an average of 60-70 $/boe.Offshore is still in the race with lower break-even prices than U.S. and Canadian shale developments (ultra-deepwater at 55-60 $/boe; deepwater at 50-55 $/boe and offshore shelf at 40-45$/boe).“Though offshore projects have recently experienced a slowdown in investment levels, this decline is part of a natural cycle, and activity levels are expected to increase again. Both Deepwater and Ultradeepwater are necessary to develop in order to meet our demand outlook of around 100 million boe/d in 2020,” says Espen Erlingsen, Senior Analyst at Rystad Energy.Rystad Energy’s demand outlook is just above IEA’s demand outlook of 98 million boe/d in 2020.Rystad Energy is an independent oil and gas consulting services and business intelligence data firm offering global databases, strategy consulting and research products. Rystad Energy is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with additional research teams in Asia. Further presence has been established in the UK (London), USA (New York & Houston), Russia (Moscow), Africa as well as South East Asia.[mappress]Press Release, June 20, 2014 Rystad Energy estimates that oil sands and the Arctic continue to be the most expensive resources, with an average breakeven price of 75-80 $/boe.Break-even prices for non-producing assets
Novatek-operated Yamal LNG project on Friday signed a credit line facility with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation for the amount of €200 million (Approx: US$209.1 million).The loan agreement with JBIC as well as the loan agreement with the bank Intesa Sanpaolo with insurance coverage by the Italian export credit agency SACE and the French export credit agency COFACE signed on December 12, 2016 are part of the project financing package for the total amount equivalent to $19 billion, including financing from the Russian and Chinese banks and the National Welfare Fund of Russia, Yamal LNG said in a statement.General director of Yamal LNG, Evgeniy Kot said, “the credit facility allows us to optimize our financing structure and represents an important step in developing our mutually beneficial cooperation with Japan.”The $27 billion Yamal LNG project with the production capacity of 16.5 mtpa is on track to ship its first cargo of LNG by the end of next year.Shareholders in the Yamal LNG project are Novatek, as the operator with a 50.1 percent stake, CNPC and Total with a 20 percent stake each and China’s Silk Road Fund with a 9.9 percent stake.1 EUR = 1.04553 USD LNG World News Staff
Royal Bank of Canada, Dominica branch is located on the Dame Mary Eugenia Charles Boulevard (Travel Domnik photo)Employees of the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Dominica branch are said to be in fear as information about job loss at the financial institution circulates. Reports reaching Dominica Vibes indicate that six or more employees could receive redundancy letters soon, as the banking giant is in the process of streamlining its operation. A report by Trinidad Express earlier this week indicated that the company is expected to reduce staff by almost 500 in the Caribbean.RBC Trinidad branch also announced this week that it would be sending home 20 employees from a number of branches across the country. One employee at the Dominica branch who spoke on the condition of anonymity told Dominica Vibes on Wednesday, February 5 that he received news on the situation on Tuesday however no exact figure has disclosed.In a statement to Dominica Vibes on Wednesday, February 5, the Bank’s management indicated that they are in the process of restructuring. “We have operated in the Caribbean for over 100 years and are restructuring our Caribbean business to improve and strengthen business performance, service and competitiveness on a sustainable basis,” the Bank’s management said in a statement to Dominica Vibes on Wednesday.The statement notes that the Bank is focusing its efforts on markets in which they can operate as a competitive leader for the long term. Further, the statement said it is focused on finding ways to operate more efficiently and effectively and is committed to supporting its employees through this process.“To help improve competitiveness and effectiveness, we have enhanced our local leadership approach with the appointment of managing directors, country heads and management committees who have increased local decision-making and accountability”.This, the statement said, will enable speed and customization of the Bank’s offering to meet local needs. “Our leaders and employees are committed to putting clients first and being the most proactive, competitive and service oriented bank”. The Bank did not disclose or respond to our inquiries regarding redundancies in Dominica.The Waterfront and Allied Workers Union which represents employees at the local branch is expected to meet with the Bank’s management on Friday, February 7, 2014. RBC Financial, headquartered in Port of Spain, Trinidad has operations in 19 countries and territories across the Caribbean, stretching from the Bahamas in the North to Suriname in the South, with 116 combined branches, and more than 6,000 employees serving over one million clients. Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! 257 Views no discussions Share Share Share Tweet LocalNews Redundancy looms at RBC Dominica branch by: – February 5, 2014
Share Sharing is caring! Tweet LocalNews Silent protest against gender based violence by: Dominica Vibes News – November 12, 2015 Share Share 394 Views no discussions Students participating in a silent protest in 2014 (file photo)The Bureau of Gender Affairs will host a ‘silent protest’ in an effort to continue raising awareness on gender based violence on Friday 12 November 2015.The protest will be held on the south side of the E.C Loblack Bridge in the City of Roseau between 1 – 2PM.Acting Coordinator of Research and Programming at the Bureau of Gender Affairs, Melissa Morgan informed Dominica Vibes on Thursday 12 November 2015 that the protest is aimed at raising awareness and increasing understanding of gender based violence in Dominica.“Gender based violence can be any form of violence against women or men; whether it be physical, sexual, emotional or psychological,” Ms Morgan said. She noted that although the statistics at the Bureau of Gender Affairs indicate that there hasn’t been an increase in gender based violence cases, the issue is widely under-reported.“We would like the public to join us and come out and support,” she encouraged.
Meanwhile another Filipino fighter, Jeremy Miado, halted his two-match skid following a knockout victory (punch) against Thai fighter Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke.Miado, which came from losses to Robin Catalan and Thai Pongsiri Mitsatit last year, made impressive combinations in the opening round before finishing off the opponent with punches late in the period.In other results, Filipina Angelie Sabanal made a successful MMA debut when she scored a unanimous decision win over veteran Rika Ishige of Japan, while Richard Corminal bowed to American Garry Tonon./PN Kritsada “Dream Man” Kongsrichai (right) slams Robin “The Ilonggo” Catalan onto the canvass during their ONE Championship Iron Fist match at Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand. ONE CHAMPIONSHIP MANILA – Robin “The Ilonggo” Catalan suffered a first-round stoppage defeat to Thai fighter Kritsada “Dream Man” Kongsrichai in ONE Championship Iron Fist at Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand.The veteran Kongsrichai immediately took down Catalan – a native of Iloilo City – before unleashing a two-punch combo, forcing the referee to stop the Saturday night match.Catalan’s brother Rabin also lost to Kongsrichai via first-round technical knockout during the ONE Championship Warriors of the World card on Dec. 9 last year.With his second consecutive MMA defeat, Catalan’s record dropped to 6-4-0, including two submission wins, while Kongsrichai’s slate improved to 7-3-0, including two stoppages.
Qualifying ResultsSuperSports 600cc1.Ratthapong Wilairot (Honda) 1’40.460s 2.Jakkrit Swangswat (Honda) 1’40.461s 3.Katsuaki Fujiwara (Kawasaki) 1’40.600s 4.Yuki Ito (Yamaha) 1’40.770s 5.Zaqhwan Zaidi (Honda) 1’40.788s–Ads– Ratthapong Wilairot saved his best for last when he stole pole position ahead of Sunday’s PETRONAS Asia Road Racing Championship race at the Chang International Circuit in Buriram, Thailand.The Thai Honda Racing Thailand rider put an inch-perfect lap in the closing minutes of a hectic SuperSports 600cc qualifying session, roaring to pole in 1’40.460s, a thousandth of a second ahead of compatriot, Jakkrit Swangswat (AP Honda Thailand) while championship leader, Katsuaki Fujiwara (BEET Kawasaki Racing) locked out the front row in 1’40.600s.Suzuka (Round 4) winner, Yuki Ito (PETRONAS Hong Leong Yamaha) will start the 16-lap race from row two having qualified fourth fastest with 1’40.770s, lining alongside Mohd Zaqhwan Zaidi (Musashi Boon Siew Honda Racing) and Tomoyoshi Koyamaa (T.Pro Yuzy Honda NTS) who clocked their quickest lap in 1’40.788s and 1’40.827s respectively.Speaking about his targets for tomorrow, Ratthapong commented, “This being my home race, I want to win and sing the Thai national anthem in front of my countrymen. But it will not be easy because we anticipate the competition to be extremely close with the top-11 riders separated less than a second. Anyway, I will do my best.”
NEO College FB Staff Related TopicsIowa footballOhio State BuckeyesOhio State FootballOSU By Michael BohmThe Buckeyes came into Iowa’s house as 17-point favorites. By halftime, it became clear that even scoring that many points would be a challenge for the top team in the Big Ten. At the same time, the Hawkeyes seemed to have little resistance to their offense, one ranked far worse than Ohio State. In the end, Iowa simply outperformed the Buckeyes in every facet en route to their 55-24 beatdown of the silver bullets.Saturday afternoon’s matchup kicked off eerily similar to last week’s Buckeye comeback against Penn State. But instead of Barkley taking the opening kick to the house, Ohio State quarterback JT Barrett lined his pass right to Amani Hooker, who had a straight shot to the end zone and a pick six, on the Buckeye’s very first play from scrimmage.This time Ohio State managed to answer quickly, as Barrett completed a series of longer throws including a 29-yard hookup with Terry McLaurin to tie up the score at seven apiece.After the two teams traded field goals, Iowa got their first offensive score, thanks to TJ Hockenson’s 10-yard reception in the second quarter from quarterback Nathan Stanley, reclaiming the lead at 17-10.But, the Buckeyes answered right back. Johnnie Dixon gained several steps on his defender and was hit in stride by Barrett on the playaction for the 44-yard strike, evening the score once more, this time at 17-17.This would mark the final time the two teams’ tallies would match, as it was all Iowa from this point forward.Iowa would be forced to punt on their ensuing drive, their lone punt in the first half.Then, in their final two possessions of the quarter, Stanley would connect with Noah Fant for scores of 25 yards and three yards respectively to go up 31-17. A Barrett interception, his second of the game, set the Hawkeyes up nicely for that final first half score.In their first two drives of the third quarter, Ohio State totaled 13 yards of offense, trading punts with Iowa, who at least managed first downs before having to give the ball up.Then, Hockenson would again haul in a Stanley strike for another score, followed by a completion to Drake Kulick to cap off the next drive and pile the points on the Bucks, leading now 45-17.Barrett was picked off again twice more in his next two drives, leading to a Hawkeye field goal and then a turnover on downs.This set up Ohio State on Iowa’s 22, where Barrett again connected with Dixon for the touchdown, but it was too little too late as only 4:37 remained in regulation.Hawkeye tailback Toren Young took the majority of the remaining time off the clock entirely on his own after that, finishing off a five-play drive, accredited with each five carries, including the final one, a six-yard score, to raise the deficit to what would be the eventual final score of 55-24.It was an unusual experience for the Scarlet and Gray, who had shown the capability to bounce back from adversity just one week prior.This time, however, on Hawkeye turf, the battle proved too much and the beat down left the squad with endless questions.The Buckeyes seem to be all but eliminated from playoff contention after this demoralizing effort, but with a Penn State loss as well on Saturday, perhaps a Big Ten title is not out of the realm of possibility.Michigan State is next for Ohio State, and there’s certainly no doubt that the Buckeyes will look to take out their frustrations on a confident Spartan squad that took down the Nittany Lions Saturday.
The driver swerved into a ditch to avoid hitting the girl head-on. The car was okay, and the girl received no serious injuries… Nelson: “Poppy Ridge Road right there, there really isn’t a sidewalk or area for the kids to walk. So when they’re walking to the school bus, getting ready for school, they all look like they’re on the road. She was dressed in a lot of dark clothing: black pants, black jacket, black shoes, so not very bright or vibrant colors, no reflective material. The car was driving down the road and did strike her. We responded on scene, transported her (to Central Peninsula Hospital) with non-life-threatening injuries.” Nelson said this serves as a timely reminder for parents to dress their children in bright, reflective clothing. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享As we reported earlier this morning, a ten-year-old girl was struck by a passenger car on Poppy Ridge Road this morning as she waited for her school bus. Brad Nelson was part of the Central Emergency Services team which responded at 7:40am… Nelson: “It appears that it was just the mirror sticking out on the side that did strike her.”