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Engie fires up second Cygnus platform

first_imgImage courtesy of Engie E&PEngie E&P, a unit of the French energy giant and LNG player, has started first gas exports from the Cygnus Bravo wellhead platform in the UK’s southern North Sea.The unmanned satellite facility, second in the Cygnus development, exported first gas on August 1 to Cygnus Alpha, which itself has been at a plateau of 250 million cubic feet per day since 13th December 2016, Engie E&P said in a statement.Combined output then travels from the Alpha processing unit, 150km off the coast of Lincolnshire, via a 55km link to the Esmond Transmission System – which ultimately lands at the Bacton gas terminal in Norfolk.The overall Cygnus complex comprises four platforms and two subsea structures, serving an estimated field size of 250 square kilometres.It contributes 5% of UK gas production; sufficient to heat the equivalent of 1.5 million UK homes, according to the statement.Bravo first gas was delivered from well B5 in one of the platform’s 10 well slots, out of 20 across the whole Cygnus complex. A further three Bravo wells are expected to come online during August with a total of five available in 2018, after drilling of well B1 is completed.Engie E&P holds a 38.75% stake in the Cygnus development and is the operator. Centrica has a 48.75% stake in the development while Bayerngas holds 12.5%.last_img read more

Airport closures prompted by storm’s passage force flight cancellations

first_imgLifestyleLocalNewsRegionalTravel Airport closures prompted by storm’s passage force flight cancellations by: Caribbean 360 – August 28, 2015 Tweet ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Friday August 28, 2015 – Flights in and out of Dominica have been cancelled for today and tomorrow, regional airline LIAT announced this morning.Following the passage of Tropical Storm Erika yesterday, the island’s main airport, the Douglas-Charles Airport, was significantly damaged.As a result, there will be no travel on LIAT to or from Dominica.Some flights have been re-routed and others cancelled.FLIGHT ROUTINGLI 364 Barbados to Guadeloupe to Antigua – Operating as LI 664LI 523 Antigua to Guadeloupe to Barbados – Operating as LI 623LI 524 Barbados to Antigua – Operating as LI 624Cancellations for Friday, August 28:FLIGHT ROUTINGLI 560 Barbados to Dominica to San JuanLI 561 San Juan to Dominica to BarbadosLI 526 Antigua to St. Kitts to Tortola to San JuanThe authorities in St. Croix have advised that the airport there will remain closed until 5 p.m. pm today due to the passage of Tropical Storm Erika.Passengers affected by those changes, who wish to rebook for a later date, will be allowed to do so without change fees or fare differences for a period of two weeks from the date of their original scheduled travel.LIAT also advised that passengers who decide to travel but are unable to complete their journey due to disruption caused by weather conditions, will not be provided with meals, transportation, or hotel accommodation. Share Sharecenter_img Share 824 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring!last_img read more