Not just a load of old cobblers

October 20, 2020 0 Comments

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Yamal LNG Ships 30 Million Tons of LNG

September 28, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgYamal LNG, a joint venture LNG project in Sabetta, Russia, has shipped its thirty millionth ton of LNG since the commencement of the project.The Arc7 ice-class tanker Nikolay Yevgenov loaded the 411th cargo as the project reached 30 million tons of LNG dispatched since the start-up of Train 1 in December 2017.The 172,600 cbm ship is one of fifteen icebreaking LNG tankers built for Teekay LNG Partners under a USD 4.8 billion contract awarded in 2014.The facility is currently exceeding the design capacity of 16.5 million tons per annum. In 2019, the first full year of simultaneous operation of all three liquefaction trains, Yamal LNG produced 18.4 million tons of LNG, exceeding the plant’s design capacity by 11% or 1.9 million tons.Yamal LNG is constructing a 17.4 mtpa natural gas liquefaction plant comprised of three LNG trains of 5.5 mtpa each and one LNG train of 900 thousand tons per annum, utilizing the hydrocarbon resources of the South-Tambeyskoye field in the Russian Arctic.The first LNG Train began production in Q4 2017, Trains 2 and 3 – in July 2018 and November 2018, respectively. Yamal LNG is owned and operated by a partnership comprised of Novatek (50.1%), Total (20%), CNPC (20%), and the Silk Road Fund (9.9%). It aims to tap natural gas reserves totaling more than 4 billion barrels of oil equivalent (BOE).last_img read more

Winterfest Boat Parade back in town for the holidays

September 15, 2019 0 Comments

first_imgFORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – Boats are getting into tip top shape for a South Florida holiday tradition on the water.Rob Kornahrens and his family has celebrated the holidays with the Winterfest Boat Parade for nearly 22 years.“We have a lot of fans out there that like us, and we really put it all on the table when it comes to the boat parade,” Kornahrens said.Their theme this year is “Broadway on the Waterways.”“We’re decorating this year as a ‘Grease’ boat,” Kornahrens said, “so it’s going to be real exciting.”The hard work started before Thanksgiving, and now they are just handling the final touches.“Every year we just come up with a theme, and then we all figure out what the decorations are going to look like,” Kornahrens said. Topped with a cut out of John Travolta’s character from “Grease,” music and dancing, Kornahrens knows how to make his boat stand out.There are still grandstand tickets left for Winterfest.And if you can’t make the parade, you can catch it here on 7. Our Winterfest special will air Saturday, Dec. 16 at 7 p.m., on Christmas Day and again on New Year’s Day at 5 a.m. and noon.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more