Picture of the day: Kochi LNG terminal

first_imgPetronet LNG has in 2013 opened South India’s first LNG import terminal with a nameplate capacity of 5 Mtpa at Kochi, Kerala.The terminal is located in the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) of Puthuvypeen near the entrance to Cochin Port. The jetty is designed to receive LNG tankers between 65,000 to 216,000 cubic metres.Kochi terminal has two LNG storage tanks with a capacity of 155,000 cubic metres each.According to Pertonet’s website, South Asia’s first LNG reloading operation was carried out at the terminal in January of 2015.India’s largest LNG importer also said it has conducted bunkering operations to small ships at Kochi in February this year.[mappress mapid=”17055″]LNG World News Staff; Image: Petronet LNGlast_img read more

HEA’s Contract with Furie Decreases COPA for Coming Quarter

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Homer Electric Association’s natural gas purchasing contract with Furie Operating Alaska that goes into effect April 1 will decrease costs for customers in the coming quarter. HEA’s contract with Furie commits the electric company to purchase between 4 and 6.2 billion cubic feet of natural gas annually. The current agreement ends in December of 2018, when HEA will be given options to extend until 2020. Gallagher: “As of April 1 the COPA will actually decrease from 6.6 cents to 6.3 cents. That will go into effect April 1 and will mean about a $1.87 reduction in the average monthly bill for a HEA member.” Homer Electric’s current purchasing contract ends with Hilcorp tomorrow. Gallagher: “It’s basically a combination of projecting forward and looking back to see how the previous quarter went, so it’s a little difficult to say exactly what will happen in July but we’re hopeful that it will hold steady or possibly actually decrease.” HEA’s Joe Gallagher says the cost of power adjustment, or COPA, is calculated each quarter. We asked if this decrease in cost will continue into the next quarter at the same level…last_img read more

Sparta shot down the Tábor region in the first preparatory match

first_imgAt the beginning of the summer training, the Spartans shot the newcomer of the second league Táborsko 5: 0 in Strahov. The Prague team decided four games in the first half due to a coronavirus pandemic behind closed doors. Matěj Polidar, a returnee from the guest, scored twice, and Ladislav Krejčí, Adam Karabec and Lukáš Juliš added after the goal. In addition, Adam Hložek did not convert to a penalty in the 10th minute. “I scored two goals, that’s fine, but otherwise I’m not completely happy. I’ve lost a lot of balloons, I have work to do,” stated for club television Polidar.“The match was the end of the fitness part of the training, next Tuesday we are leaving for the training camp in Austria. From that point of view, I’m glad that the boys played and that they clearly won against the running opponent. The result is very good, we could have scored more goals. there is something to build on, “ said Spartan coach Vaclav Kotal.In the first preparatory duel, he tried to place three defenders and placed a different eleven in each half. A stronger line-up started in the opening act, after the change mainly young men played and the goalkeeper in the Spartan jersey made the goalie Holec. The other two new players, Čelůstka and Minčev, have not yet jumped.“It’s important to be able to play both sets. I choose it according to the opponent, if he plays two attackers, it’s better to play with three stoppers.” Kotal said.Sparta was supposed to play in Strahov’s introductory preparatory match with Vltavín in a week, but due to the deteriorating epidemiological situation in Prague, the leadership canceled the duel.The coronavirus recently appeared in the Letenské third-league reserve, which had to be quarantined. According to the media, several players became infected at the Techtle Mechtle nightclub. The pre-league A-team did not come into contact with the patients.Sparta Prague – Taborsko 5: 0 (4: 0)Goals: 4. and 24. Polidar, 23. Krejčí, 35. Karabec, 55. Juliš. Sparta lineup: 1st half: Heča – Plechatý, Štetina, Lischka – Vindheim, Krejčí, Dočkal, Karabec, Polidar – Tetteh, Hložek. II. half: Holec – Vitík, Krajinský, Hanousek – Šilhart, Lukavský, Trávník, Fortelný, Plavšič – Juliš, Kozák. Coach: Kotal.last_img read more