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first_img North Komsomolskoye is a conventional onshore oil and gas field located in Western Siberia in Russia. Credit: Natalia Ermakova/Equinor ASA. Norway-based Equinor and Russia’s Rosneft have taken a final investment decision on the first stage of the North Komsomolskoye full field development.North Komsomolskoye is a conventional onshore oil and gas field in Western Siberia in Russia. The project is part of the strategic cooperation agreement signed by Rosneft and Equinor in May 2012.With an area of 1,368.91km2, the North Komsomolskoye field is situated onshore within the Pur and Nadym municipalities of the Yamalo-Nenets autonomous district.The companies expect to extract nearly 250 million barrels of oil and 23 billion cubic meters of gas in the first stage of developing the oilfield.The North Komsomolskoye field licence is owned by SevKomNeftegaz, a joint venture company in which Rosneft owns a 66.67% stake while Equinor holds a 33.33% interest.Equinor Russia country manager Elisabeth Birkeland Kvalheim said: “This is an important milestone in the joint project that we have been working on for seven years.“During these years we have built a strong working relationship with Rosneft and demonstrated that we can execute efficiently and safely together. This forms a good basis for the next phases of the project.”Equinor and Rosneft have carried out test production in North Komsomolskoye field since 2018Since 2018, Equinor and Rosneft have executed test production in the field to understand the reservoir properties and lay the ground for the full field development decision.In November, Equinor and its partners ExxonMobil, Idemitsu and Neptune made an oil and gas discovery at the Echino South prospect in production licence 090 (PL 090) near the Fram field in the Norwegian North Sea.The hydrocarbon discovery was made following the drilling of the 35/11-23 wildcat well nearly 3km southwest of the Equinor-operated Fram field in the northern part of the North Sea. Using the Deepsea Atlantic drilling rig, the exploration well was drilled to a vertical depth of 2947m below sea level in a 350m of water depth.Equinor Energy holds a 45% stake in PL 090, while ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Norway is the second-largest stakeholder with 25% interest. Idemitsu Petroleum Norge and Neptune Energy Norge hold stakes of 15% each in the North Sea license. The companies expect to extract nearly 250 million barrels of oil and 23 billion cubic meters of gas in the first stage of developing the North Komsomolskoye fieldlast_img read more

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first_imgThese days, craft beer and bikes tend to go hand in hand, and Brevard is a mecca for both. The town of just under 7,500 is the east coast home of the bike-friendly, Colorado-based Oskar Blues Brewery—Motto: Drink Beer, Ride Bikes, Repeat. Brevard offers easy access to and Dupont State Recreation Area and Pisgah National Forest, home to over 100 miles of miles of singletrack for bikers, hikers, and trail runners, along with nearby Looking Glass Rock as a prime climbing destination.Waterfalls abound in this neck of the woods; Brevard and Transylvania County are known as the Land of Waterfalls. Also popular are trout fishing and tubing on the Davidson River, which flows just north of town. In addition to prime hiking trails and backpacking opportunities, Pisgah and Dupont offer entrance to hundreds of miles of world-class single track. As a result, Brevard has become a star on the national mountain biking scene.Cudas_IB_0814_2Vote now at blueridgeoutdoors.com!last_img read more

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first_imgAfter drawing the No. 4 seed in the NCAA tournament, Syracuse will host Dartmouth in a second-round game on Sunday at 3 p.m. in SU Soccer Stadium.The Orange drew a first-round bye while the Big Green defeated Boston College 11-8 in their opener on Friday.This will be the second consecutive year the teams meet in the NCAA tournament. Last year, SU defeated Dartmouth 15-5 in the first round. The Orange also crushed the Big Green 22-4 in a regular-season matchup that April. They did not play this season.Syracuse enters the NCAA tournament having won 11 straight, including the Big East tournament title. The Orange has advanced to the final four in two of the last four seasons, including a runner-up finish in last year’s national championship. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 11, 2013 at 12:40 pmlast_img read more

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