EnerMech nets hose supply deal on Shell’s Prelude FLNG

first_imgEngineering services specialist EnerMech has been awarded a hose supply and services contract for Shell’s Prelude FLNG offshore Western Australia.According to EnerMech’s statement, the contract is for a duration of five years.The Prelude FLNG contract will be conducted by EnerMech’s Henderson base in Perth while engineering and service support will be provided from regional facilities across Australia, including Darwin in the Northern Territory.EnerMech’s Regional Director, Allan Hart, said: “We are pleased to announce the appointment of EnerMech as the hose integrity management and supply contractor on the prestigious Prelude FLNG Facility.“This latest award strengthens EnerMech’s reputation as a leading maintenance service provider with a willingness to adapt to the changing oil and gas environment.”The Prelude FLNG facility recently arrived at its location 475 kilometers north east of Broome where the hook-up and commissioning phase of the project is underway.The largest floating facility ever built will unlock new energy resources offshore and produce approximately 3.6 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) per year. Once operational, the 488-meter-long and 74-meter-wide floating facility will produce liquefied natural gas for the next 25 years.The Prelude FLNG project is operated by Shell in joint venture with Inpex (17.5%), KOGAS (10%) and OPIC (5%).last_img read more

Big ‘Cap Day This Saturday At Santa Anita To Offer Huge Guaranteed Pools & Terrific 12-Race Card Which Begins At 11:30 A.M.

first_imgBig ‘Cap Day This Saturday At Santa Anita To Offer Huge Guaranteed Pools & Terrific 12-Race Card Which Begins At 11:30 A.M.$1 MILLION SINGLE TICKET JACKPOT PAYOUT, $750,000 LATE PICK 4, $500,000 LATE PICK 5 & $100,000 GUARANTEED GOLDEN HOUR DOUBLE POOL UNDERSCORE TREMENDOUS BETTING VALUEARCADIA, Calif. (March 5, 2020)–In addition to the 83rd running of the Grade I, $600,000 Santa Anita Handicap and four other stakes this Saturday at The Great Race Place, fans can look forward to tremendous betting value, as massive guaranteed pools with be offered throughout the 12-race program, which boasts average field size of 9.5 horses per race.With a guaranteed single ticket payout of $1 million on Saturday, Santa Anita’s popular 20 cent Single Ticket Rainbow Pick Six Jackpot will initiate with race seven, the $75,000 China Doll Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at one mile on turf.The 50 cent Late Pick 5, which has a guaranteed pool of $500,000, will begin with race eight, the Grade II, $400,000 San Felipe Stakes. One of America’s most important Derby preps, the San Felipe will be run at 1 1/16 miles.With a guaranteed pool of $750,000, Santa Anita’s 50 cent Late Pick 4 will begin with race nine, a one mile turf allowance for fillies and mares.There will be a $100,000 guaranteed pool in the all new five dollar Golden Hour Double, which includes the last race from both Santa Anita and Golden Gate Fields. The Golden Hour Double features a low 15 percent takeout.Special early first post time on Saturday is at 11:30 a.m., with admission gates opening at 10 a.m.  All on-track Thoroughbreds and XB Rewards members will receive a free Santa Anita Gym Bag, courtesy of San Manuel Casino, while supplies last.BIG ‘CAP DAY BY THE NUMBERS:–First post time at 11:30 a.m., admission gates open at 10 a.m.–Free Gym Bag, courtesy of San Manuel Casino, to all Thoroughbreds & XB Reward members–Free Infield General Admission & Parking via 6 off of Colorado Place–$5 General Admission, $10 Club House–$1 million guaranteed payout to any 20 cent single ticket Rainbow Pick Six winner–$750,000 guaranteed pool in 50 cent Late Pick 4–$500,000 guaranteed pool in 50 cent Late Pick 5–$100,000 guaranteed pool in $5 Golden Hour DoubleFor additional information regarding Santa Anita Handicap Day, this Saturday, March 7, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.last_img read more

Vihiga next, but Kerr’s sights on SuperSport

first_img0Shares0000Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr issuing instructions to his charges during their KPL match against Kariobangi Sharks at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on February 25, 2018. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 30- Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr has hinted that he will once again rotate his squad as they travel to Kisumu to play Kenyan Premier League new boys Vihiga United on Saturday, his eyes cast on putting up a good show against SuperSport United.The Kenyan champions face the South Africans on April 7 in the first leg of the CAF Confederation Cup play-off and with a continental phase group stage berth at stake, Kerr says he will most definitely put his focus on that. K’Ogalo are still unbeaten in the league in six matches despite using a different starting 11 in almost all the games.“We have had four players out on international duty who have come back on Thursday and above that we have that important fixture against SuperSport coming up. We have to look at everyone and the condition they are in but definitely we will need to give some players rest,” the tactician said.He expects a tough duel against Vihiga who they will be facing for the first time.“I don’t know much about them but just like everyone else, they will be coming in to beat Gor Mahia. We expect a tough game but it is a challenge to the players who will be fielded to go out there and get a result. They know what I expect of them,” the tactician further noted.Kerr is still hurting from the narrow 1-0 loss to Esperance in the CAF Champions League, but the tactician hopes his players can take lessons from the tie to make it into the group stages of continental football for the first time in 24 years.Gor Mahia’s Godfrey Walusimbi trying to get the ball from an Esperance player. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYA“We have to make sure we are ready focused and fit. The experience of the Esperance game will be vital for us. They (SuperSport) have had a squad together for a long time, the gap is massive but we have to go there believe in ourselves and get results,” Kerr opined.SuperSport have not been in the best of forms locally and sit third from bottom on the log, three points off the relegation zone. It is this precarious situation Matsatsantsa find themselves in that makes it harder for Kerr to plan for the tie.“They have a game against Polokwane on the 4th then they travel here on the 5th so you don’t really know whether the squad they will field is the same as the one that will play us. Also, you don’t really know what their priority is so it will not be easy to plan for them,” Kerr said.“But SuperSport is a club I have known for a while and above all, it will be a very tough game. They are a big team, reached the final last year losing to TP Mazembe, but we should not be scared. Everyone didn’t give us a chance against Esperance but we went in and showed what we can do,” the tactician added.Gor Mahia will make it into the group stages of the Confederation Cup if they win the home and away ties. This will guarantee them at least Sh15mn.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more