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Chinese man dies from H5N1 infection

first_imgDec 3, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – Chinese health officials reported today that a 24-year-old man from the eastern part of the country died of H5N1 avian influenza.The man, from Jiangsu province, died yesterday, the provincial health department told Xinhua News, China’s state news agency. If the World Health Organization (WHO) confirms the man’s H5N1 illness he will become China’s 26th case-patient and its 17th fatality.He became ill on Nov 24 and was hospitalized 3 days later with “lower left lobe pneumonia”, Xinhua reported. Samples were confirmed as positive for the H5N1 virus at Jiangsu Provincial Disease Control and Prevention Center, the report said.Before the man became ill, he had been at home studying for an exam and eating home-cooked food, the Xinhua report said. The health department told the news service he had no known contact with sick or infected birds.Sixty-nine people who had close contact with the man were placed under medical observation, and so far none have shown any H5N1 symptoms, the report said.An official from the Jiangsu Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Bureau told Xinhua that a mandatory order to vaccinate poultry against the H5N1 virus has been in effect since 2003. He also said that a recent survey revealed all poultry in the province had been vaccinated and that 92% of the birds had developed antibodies.Veterinary officials also told Xinhua that at the poultry markets, all live birds are quarantined before being sent for sale.China reported its last human H5N1 fatality in June, a 19-year-old soldier who got sick and died of the disease after serving in southeastern China’s Fujian province, according to previous reports.last_img read more

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Hamilton home a hit pre-auction

first_img151/37 Harbour Rd, HamiltonMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours ago“This is a record price for this building and a return to pre-GFC prices in Brisbane,” said Ms Rudolph.“This apartment was 164sq m in total and it sold for $1.55 million just prior to auction which is absolutely brilliant for the owner. “This is a building which really did see a correction in the market after the 2011 floods and the GFC, and it has now proven itself.“We have sold the last three units in this building, all for strong prices and this one was an exceptional price record, as it was $200,000 above the same sale that we made of an identical apartment three years ago.” 151/37 Harbour Rd, HamiltonThe sellers are empty-nesters who are upsizing to accommodate their grandchildren and have bought a bigger apartment off Ms Rudolph in the same building, on the same floor.“The new owner saw the property advertised in last weekend’s Courier Mail real estate guide and his accountant called me and it was love at first sight,” Ms Rudolph said.“She told him, if he didn’t buy it, she would. “He’s a single gentleman who runs a big national company and travels extensively.” 151/37 Harbour Rd, HamiltonAUCTIONEER Philip Parker barely lifted the gavel at this morning’s Ray White Corporate in-room auctions in Brisbane.Of the four properties listed to go under the hammer, three sold beforehand and the other was passed in.The standout sale was 151/37 Harbour Road, Hamilton which sold just prior to auction for $1.55 million through Ray White New Farm sales maven Christine Rudolph.last_img read more

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Counties shut services over cash crisis

first_img“The Senate has still not been able to unlock the stalemate on the flow of funds. It is therefore not clear when this impasse will be resolved” read a statement by COG Chair Wycliffe Oparanya.Get breaking news on your Mobile as-it-happens. SMS ‘NEWS’ to 20153 Governors have made good their threat to shut down county services and send home staff over revenue sharing stalemate that has plunged the devolved units into a cash crisis.In a statement Wednesday, the Council of Governors has advised county governments to stop inpatient admissions and only provide minimal outpatient services.All non-essential services have been suspended and County employees sent on a two-week leave until the stalemate is resolved. “In this regard, all County Governments are advised to issue necessary notices as follows: County Health Facilities will not permit any new inpatient admissions. They will only provide minimal outpatient services. All non-essential services are hereby suspended and County employees are advised to proceed on leave for two (2) weeks”, it adds.Also Read  COVID-19: Kenya records 139 new cases, 198 recoveries and 9 fatalitiesThe surprise move comes a day after President Uhuru Kenyatta met the Senate leadership in a bid to unlock the protracted formula stalemate.Also Read  Cardinal Njue condemns conduct of leaders in the countryThe President in the meeting attended by ODM leader Raila Odinga and Oparanya pledged to raise next year’s county shareable revenue by Sh50 billion.Governor Oparanya lauded the President for his goodwill even as he promised to continue pushing for the speedy release of County funds.“On Monday 8th September 2020 the Council of Governors announced that all County Governments will close and not provide any services. We note that there has been tremendous progress on the issue of the formula. At this point I would like to thank the President for enhancing the County Allocation by Ksh 53 billion”, he said, while Presenting a progress report on the counties’ preparedness.Also Read  Kalonzo applauds Senate for ending revenue stalemateUhuru urged Senators to urgently resolve the impasse at the Senate so as to avoid disruption of service delivery in the Counties.center_img Senators will debate the matter and take a vote on Tuesday.last_img read more

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Heaton fully committed to Clarets

first_img Burnley were relegated to the Sky Bet Championship last weekend despite recording a 1-0 win over rivals Hull. The Clarets play their final home game of a roller coaster season on Saturday when they welcome Stoke to Turf Moor. “That’s certainly my appetite and that of individuals. We can start building momentum now in the next two games and get ready for the new season. “Probably at other teams it’s felt a bit more parted but certainly this dressing room isn’t like that. There’s still that togetherness.” Burnley have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the visit of Stoke. Forward Sam Vokes is expected to return from the thigh injury that has kept him out for the last three matches. Midfielder Dean Marney, who signed a 12-month contract extension on Friday, remains sidelined with a long-term knee injury and defender Kevin Long is unavailable for the same reason. Stoke boss Mark Hughes has reiterated his desire to keep goalkeeper Asmir Begovic and denied reports of a contract dispute. The Bosnia-Herzegovina international will enter the final year of his current deal this summer and there has been much speculation about his future. Hughes has often stated that club and player plan to discuss the situation at the end of the season, but that has not prevented rumours that talks have stalled over wage demands. Begovic has also been linked with Manchester United and Liverpool recently, with stories fuelled by the player’s lack of participation in the Potters’ last two games. Hughes says he has been fulfilling a pledge to allow England Under-21 international Jack Butland some game time late in the campaign, but he admits Begovic asked not to be on the bench. The 27-year-old instead took the opportunity to undergo what Hughes described as a “slight procedure”, but he could be back in action at Burnley. Hughes said: “My view on it hasn’t changed. I want Asmir to stay here. We can offer him a good option. We feel we are progressing and we want him to be part of that. “We are conscious that he is in the last year of his contract, so we are wary of that. “Financial demands will always be part of the discussion, but I don’t think that would be something that would affect anything we would be looking to do with him. “We haven’t had those talks yet but once we do at the end of the season then hopefully we can get a quick and happy resolution. “We want Asmir to keep progressing as one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League here. I am very hopeful of being able to agree something with him and his representatives.” Stoke captain Ryan Shawcross is likely to miss out with a knee injury but f ellow defender Marc Wilson is available again after suspension. Tom Heaton wants to see out his contract at Burnley and help the Clarets bounce straight back into the Barclays Premier League. Although Burnley have conceded 53 goals this season, Heaton has been one of their best performers and that has not gone unnoticed by other clubs, it seems. Newcastle and Everton – among others – have been linked with a move for the former Manchester United goalkeeper, but he does not seem ready to jump ship any time soon. “It’s been fantastic in the Premier League but I’ve had a fantastic time at Burnley this season and last,” Heaton said. “I’ve got two years left here and I’m thoroughly enjoying it, so the focus is 100 per cent on Burnley.” Sean Dyche has only spent around £8million this season so most of the players that helped Burnley get promoted last year remain at the club. Heaton believes the unity and spirit within the squad will help them in their bid to return to the big time at the first opportunity. “The important thing is we bounce back quickly with the appetite and motivation to get back to the Premier League,” the 29-year-old said. “There’s more than enough ability in that squad to get straight back up there and compete again next year. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Northern Ireland denied in Belfast

first_img McAuley and Lafferty were obvious targets but Norwood instead picked out Chris Brunt on the edge of the area. It was a neat routine but required a cleaner volley than the West Brom man could muster on the occasion of his 50th cap. The remainder of the half took on a frenetic quality. Torje slalomed his way through a handful of non-committal tackles but getting lost on the way to goal, Lafferty snatched at a shot from 20 yards and Mihai Pintilii earned an injury and a booking for a crude challenge on Conor McLaughlin. Jamie Ward, currently a free agent following his release from Derby, was doing his best to bring some quality to the right wing but there was little else to please the purist. Northern Ireland almost nipped in front in the 43rd minute, when Brunt’s corner was glanced across goal by Chris Baird. Evans was quickest to react, stooping to head toward the roof of the net only for Tatarusanu to make the save. Northern Ireland made the running after the interval, Dallas firing wide after collecting a half-cleared corner and Lafferty heading over from Brunt’s hanging cross. But there were also lapses in concentration. Ward and McAuley both gave the ball up carelessly in dangerous territory and could easily have cost their side a goal. Chipchiu botched the first chance by going to ground too easily in the box but Torje went much closer in the 64th minute. He raced into space after McAuley’s error and saw his effort squirm agonisingly wide after Evans managed to get a divert the ball with an outstretched leg. Northern Ireland continued knocking on the door to no avail – Brunt sending a well-placed free-kick into the stands and Norwood lashing a hopeful effort off-target from 25 yards. There was a worrying moment when Evans went down with cramp while play continued, creating a vacuum in defence. Romania gladly swarmed into it as Evans three times attempted to jog back only to collapse. That was the end of his day, Craig Cathcart replacing him for the last 11 minutes while Corry Evans took over from Ward. As the decibel level spiked in the closing stages, the hosts responded. First McAuley’s knockdown allowed Lafferty the chance to poach another winner but for the first time in the campaign his final touch was off. Norwood could have struck his 30-yard free-kick any better, dipping it at pace only for Tatarusanu to beat it clear. Lafferty, whose deadly form has brought him five goals in the campaign, this time snatched at his big 83rd-minute chance, Ciprian Tatarusanu making the save before pawing clear Oliver Norwood’s goalbound free-kick moments later. Victory would have seen Michael O’Neill’s side leapfrog their opponents at the top of Group F, but Tatarusanu’s ensured they must make do with the second automatic spot with four games to go. For a side who have not featured at a major tournament in 30 years and entered the draw for France among the fifth seeds, that must still be a source of immense pride. Jonny Evans was also a central figure, going closest to opening the scoring in the first half with a smart header then deflecting Romania’s best chance, by Gabriel Torje, fractionally wide. Michael O’Neill handed two men their first competitive starts, with Michael McGovern deputising for the ill Roy Carroll in goal and Stuart Dallas given the nod ahead of Niall McGinn on the left flank. It was also all change around the ground, with the beloved West Stand reduced to rubble and just two operational stands due to ongoing redevelopment work. Northern Ireland were attacking what used to be the Kop in the first half, with a solitary cameraman taking the place of the country’s most raucous supporters. The 10,000 fans who did have seats ensured a fine atmosphere before kick-off but Claudiu Keseru almost played spoilsport in the second minute when he fizzed a free-kick narrowly wide from 35 yards. Alexandru Chipchiu also came close to giving the visitors an early lead, catching Gareth McAuley out of position only for Steven Davis to track back and conjure a perfectly-timed challenge in the box. The hosts took their time settling but Lafferty hustled a corner that allowed the green shirts to push forward. Kyle Lafferty and Oliver Norwood were denied in a tense finale as Northern Ireland’s crunch Euro 2016 qualifier against Romania ended in stalemate at Windsor Park. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Deadline for PBC Public School Open Enrollment Tuesday

first_imgFamilies of school-aged children have until Tuesday to apply for Controlled Open Enrollment (COE) for the 2019-2020 school year allowing their kids to attend an alternate Palm Beach County public school rather than their zoned “home school.”Click here for a list of schools eligible for COE. To apply for the Controlled Open Enrollment lottery click here.COE may be an option if a child was not selected for their preferred Choice and Career program, or a family decides to seek enrollment in another school other than their zoned home school, for whatever reason.Families from outside of Palm Beach County or a school’s regular attendance zone are eligible to apply to schools that can accommodate additional students.Those schools are identified based on their current capacity levels and number of available spots. Families should note that transportation will not be provided for students assigned through Controlled Open Enrollment.The results of the COE lottery will be released on Friday, May 10. For more information on Controlled Open Enrollment, emaillast_img read more

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Big Ten Media Days Notebook

first_imgMembers of the media filled the ballroom at the Hilton Chicago for Big Ten Media Days to pick the brains of the conference’s premiere players, coaches and commissioner. Each head coach addressed the burning topics for their respective team while some topics transcended the individual teams and concerned the entire conference.Here are the highlights in this Big Ten Media Days notebook:Coaches still leery of new targeting ruleThe NCAA affected defenses everywhere when it passed a rule that leads to automatic ejection and a 15-yard penalty if a defensive player leads a tackle with his helmet or makes contact with the offensive players head or neck area.A majority of the coaches addressed the new rule in Wednesday’s press conference session. All were in agreement that the safety of the players is the most important thing, but some were still a little speculative as to how the foul will be determined and called.“I like the fact that that’s a play that’s coming into our game to make sure we have the number one most important thing handled, and that’s the health, safety, well-being of the student-athletes as they play the game of football,” Northwestern head coach Pat Fitzgerald said. “But there will be some hits that I’m looking forward to learning from and seeing exactly how that’s going to be officiated. But there’s no question the health, safety, well-being of the student-athletes is the number one priority.”It was determined if this new “targeting” rule had been in place last season Jadeveon Clowney’s hit on Michigan’s Vincent Smith in the Outback bowl that rocked the college football world would have been illegal and led to an ejection.Nebraska’s Bo Pelini was the most skeptical about the subjectivity involved in the referee’s decision to call the new foul.“The scary thing to me is just what you said: It’s the application part of it. And it’s going to be pretty subjective. And I don’t think it’s an easy thing to call. And in my opinion it’s going a little bit overboard right now. And some things I’ve seen on TV and different examples that they’ve shown, you know, like even as a coach watching it on TV, I haven’t quite agreed with some of the things they’ve talked about,” Pelini said. “But I understand where it’s coming from. It’s about the safety of the players, and we’re all for that. We just have to make sure that we’re not messing with the integrity of the game or the sport and how it’s supposed to be played.”Meyer proud of AndersenEver since Gary Andersen was selected to succeed Brett Beilema as Wisconsin’s next head coach, connections were being made with former employer and fellow Big Ten coach Urban Meyer.In 2004, Meyer – then the head coach of the University of Utah – hired Andersen as a defensive assistant on the Utes’ staff. Meyer would leave at the conclusion of the ’04 season while Andersen would stay in Salt Lake City until 2008.When asked about hiring and working with the current Wisconsin coach, Meyer gave rave reviews.“Gary I would put in one of the top two, three hires I’ve ever made…He made a direct impact on our program, and I couldn’t be more proud of who he is as a person,” Meyer said. “And I think he’s at the right place, a great school with a great athletic director, and really proud of Gary Andersen.”Andersen looking for third rusherFor the past few seasons, Wisconsin has had the luxury of having three viable options at the running back position – whether it be the trio of John Clay, James White and Montee Ball or Ball, White and Melvin Gordon. This season the Badger backfield is lacking a third option at tailback.Redshirt junior Jeff Lewis had been receiving the most touches at tail back – other than White and Gordon – during spring practice but has since moved to safety.“We need a third one,” head coach Gary Andersen said. “Right now if we did it, if we turned around: ‘who would it be? How would we go about it?’ That’s a good question but we need to have a No. 3. I don’t want it to be (Derek) Watt. I want the fullbacks and tight ends to be at their spot and play their spot, focused and not worried about being a third tailback.”Redshirt freshman running back Vonte Jackson had been pegged to get his opportunities running the ball in practice but after another knee related injury, it is uncertain whether he will make his way back to the field.Andersen now has his eye on incoming freshman Corey Clement to pick up the slack and fill the third spot on the depth chart.“Corey’s going to get a shot when he comes in,” Andersen said. “Corey had a very good high school career – highly recruited – and has been there all summer so we’ll see where he is.”High hopes for Lewis as ball hawkReggie Mitchell’s departure from Wisconsin to join former Wisconsin defensive coordinator Paul Chryst at Pitt has left a gaping hole in the Badgers’ secondary. Mitchell was projected to be UW’s starting safety this fall and has now left Gary Andersen with very few options.Andersen is rolling the dice on Jeff Lewis, hoping his athletic ability will translate to the safety position. All though Lewis didn’t make the move to defense until the summer, the switch was not a new idea for the former running back and coaches. Andersen says he approached Lewis about moving to safety before spring practice but Lewis wanted to get another shot in the offensive backfield.Now Lewis will be charged with making a quick transition with just over a month until Wisconsin’s first game. Andersen has realistic expectations or Lewis but believes his athleticism will shrink the learning curve.“I absolutely would not have done it if I didn’t believe he could. He has the athletic ability, I know that,” Andersen said. “I believe his mindset it good, his want to is good. So, he will get that opportunity day one to show us where he is. He’s not going to come out there and be an all-league safety day one, that’s not what I’m saying, but as we get into the fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, tenth practice I would love it if he could move himself to the forefront. Because if he did, then we will be a better defense.”Kill excited for end of year Border BattleStarting in 2014, Minnesota’s and Wisconsin’s regular seasons will be ending with the battle for Paul Bunyan’s ax for the following three years.In a rivalry that already bears great importance for both universities involved, Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill is excited for the possibility of the added importance of the game with post-season hopes hanging in the balance.“I think the great thing about our rivalry with Wisconsin is its history. And that’s what football’s all about,” Kill said. “And certainly at the end of the year, it’s a tremendous game for both schools and it’s an exciting time.”last_img read more

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Courtside: MLB’s bizarre plan to save its season might just save America’s pastime

first_imgBaseball fans, rejoice: The finish line — or, more appropriately, the starting line — is in sight. MLB has made concerted efforts in recent years to grow the game to a broader demographic, and frankly, those efforts haven’t gone far enough — a baseball aficionado like myself can acknowledge that much. Knocking a few seconds off the average game by automatically issuing intentional walks instead of requiring four half-assed lobs wide of home plate can only go so far in attracting a younger audience that seems increasingly drawn to the flash and flair of the NBA and NFL.  Bad news: It’s probably not happening. As of last week or so, the NBA has been preparing scenarios to fully shut down the remainder of the 2019-20 season.  If baseball returns in May — far earlier than anyone originally expected — those who have been turned off from baseball because of its perception as slow and boring will come crawling back to their television sets for America’s national pastime even if simply because it’s the only option.  Despite all the league’s shortcomings when it comes to spreading the game, it might get bailed out by the unlikeliest of catalysts: the coronavirus pandemic.  The problem for MLB isn’t that the games are too long, it’s that the league thinks that’s the problem. Meanwhile, it has failed to take the essential step that its American major-sport counterparts have long since figured out by now: marketing its own players. It’s why, according to YouGov, 91% of Americans have heard of LeBron James, 88% have heard of Tom Brady and only 43% have heard of Mike Trout. The league seems more preoccupied with the Sharpie colors on players’ cleats than the fact that maybe, just maybe, fans are drawn to personality more than tradition.  On Monday, ESPN Major League Baseball insider Jeff Passan reported that MLB is considering a plan to locate all 30 teams at Arizona hotels and use various Spring Training facilities and the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Chase Field in Phoenix to hold games possibly as early as May. I realize this is an ideal situation for absolutely no one. I just want baseball back, and in my eyes, everything else is gravy — but I realize I’m far outnumbered by my equivalents in the basketball sphere. For the basketball diehards, especially those in Los Angeles, it’ll be a tough pill to swallow. But come May, if there’s anything, anything happening in the sports world, even those who (incorrectly) claim baseball is boring will come to their collective senses and compromise. MLB will likely do everything it can to make baseball happen this year not just because it wants Bryce Harper’s 2020 MVP campaign to materialize, but also because it wants the pastime to become the present-time and future-time as well.  It’s exactly what MLB needs. If the league can find a way to grasp the moment and run with it, the impact will last well beyond the scope of the current crisis. Based on Passan’s report, the early signs indicate that MLB is realizing this opportunity. The league is considering regularly equipping players with microphones during games to provide an enhanced broadcast experience for viewers similar to the in-game interviews broadcast crews often held with players during Spring Training. Exposing an expected high number of fans to the concept that baseball players are actually living, breathing human beings with personalities rather than robots who stand around trying not to fall asleep all game should do wonders for the game’s appeal. For every MLB fan who can’t wait to see Houston Astros take 95 to the ribs once baseball returns, there are 10 NBA fans dying for a chance to see LeBron take on Giannis Antetokounmpo in the NBA Finals or Zion Williamson cap off his rookie season with a New Orleans Pelicans playoff chase. In general, it’s becoming increasingly evident that fans would push everything else aside just for a chance to see the 2019-20 NBA season played out until one team reigns supreme. Nathan Ackerman is a sophomore writing about sports and sociopolitics. He is also an associate managing editor of the Daily Trojan. His column, “Courtside,” typically runs every Friday. The concept that MLB can actually capitalize on the fact that U.S. society has shut down due to a virus that has taken thousands of lives in the last few weeks is incredibly bittersweet — and far more bitter than sweet. Though the road has been depressingly unfortunate and tragic, the destination is one that MLB can use as an opportunity to provide desperate fans with the entertainment we’ve so sorely been lacking ever since college sports were called off March 12. To say it would be a stray from the norm would be quite the understatement. The league could use electronic strike zones and seven-inning doubleheaders, ban fans from attending and mandate that players sit in the stands six feet apart rather than in the dugout during games.  It’s a golden opportunity, and Major League Baseball should be chomping at the bit. Nevermind how indisputably bizarre the plan is — should it go into action, which is still far from a certainty as it currently stands, the league’s status as the sole operating sports league in the United States would put it in a prime position to largely alleviate one of its most pressing concerns of the past decade.last_img read more

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Premier unchanged for All-Ireland football semi-final

first_imgManager Liam Kearns has decided to go with the same XV that defeated Galway in the quarter-final last month.This is team that will line out at GAA HQ on Sunday:1. Evan Comerford – Kilsheelan-Kilcash2. Colm O’Shaughnessy – Ardfinnan3. Alan Campbell – Moyle Rovers4. Ciarán Mc Donald – Aherlow5. Bill Maher – Kilsheelan-Kilcash6. Robbie Kiely – Carbery Rangers7. Jimmy Feehan – Killenaule8. Peter Acheson (Capt.) – Moyle Rovers9. George Hannigan – Shannon Rovers10. Josh Keane – Golden-Kilfeacle11. Michael Quinlivan – Clonmel Commercials12. Brian Fox – Éire Óg Annacarty13. Kevin O’Halloran – Portroe14. Conor Sweeney – Ballyporeen15. Philip Austin – Borrisokane Tipp FM will have live commentary on the match, which gets underway at 3.30 on Sunday afternoon.  Our coverage will be brought to you in association with John Kennedy Motors, Cashel Road, Clonmel.last_img read more

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Another oil discovery offshore Guyana

first_imgThe US based oil giant, ExxonMobil has announced the discovery of approximately 197 feet (60 meters) of high-quality, oil-bearing sandstone reservoir at the Hammerhead-1  – the ninth discovery of oil in the Stabroek Block and the fifth within the last year.President of ExxonMobil, Steve Greenlee says the Hammerhead-1 discovery reinforces the potential of the Guyana basin, where ExxonMobil is already maximizing value for all stakeholders through rapid phased developments and accelerated exploration plans. Four billion oil-equivalent barrelsDiscoveries of approximately four billion oil-equivalent barrels were made prior on the Stabroek Block at Liza, Liza Deep, Payara, Snoek, Turbot, Ranger, Pacora and Longtail with the potential for up to five floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels producing more than 750,000 barrels per day by 2025. To accelerate explorationA second exploration vessel, the Noble Tom Madden, is due to arrive in Guyana in October to accelerate exploration of high potential opportunities and will commence drilling at the Pluma prospect, approximately 17 miles (27 kilometers) from Turbot.The Stabroek Block is 6.6 million acres.ExxonMobil affiliate, Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited, is the operator and holds 45 percent interest in the Stabroek Block. Hess Guyana Exploration Limited holds 30 percent interest and CNOOC Nexen Petroleum Guyana Limited holds 25 per cent interest.First oil is expected to be produced in the first quarter of 2020.last_img read more

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