Equinor is the operator of the licences and Pandion Energy is a partner with a 20 per cent interest. Pandion farmed into the licences back in April 2019. Rex International’s 90 per cent subsidiary, Lime Petroleum, has signed an agreement with Equinor to acquire 20 per cent interests in each of the licences PL263D and PL263E located in the Norwegian Sea. Exploration drilling is planned for the last quarter of the year. The licences PL263D and PL263E are located on the Halten Terrace in the Norwegian Sea, some 25 km to the southwest of the newly issued PL1062 licence. Lars Hübert, Chief Executive Officer of Lime Petroleum, said, “The Halten Terrace has emerged as an important area of focus for LPA. The PL263D and PL263E licences are well placed between the Åsgard and Midgard fields. We have built up significant expertise in the area, and can effectively employ our strategy of technology-led, near-field exploration”. According to Rex, exploration drilling on the licences is expected to start in late 2020, with the planned well targeting a large prospect called Apollonia, with a reservoir located in the traditional Jurassic section. Dan Broström, Executive Chairman of Rex International Holding, said, “This is our second farm-in in Norway in 2020, in line with our ‘just-in-time’ farm-in strategy. As with our other farm-ins, including those which resulted in the Rolvsnes and Shrek discoveries, we have used our RVD technology to screen and de-risk the Apollonia prospect. We anticipate the opportunity to take part in another successful exploration drilling in the near future”. Exploration drilling in 4Q 2020 The agreement between Lime and Equinor was signed on 8 April 2020, and the transfer of interests is pending regulatory approval. read more
Police officers ruled out foul play inthe incident./PN He was identified as 29-year-old IanMendiola, a police report showed. ILOILO City – A laborer died after he gotelectrocuted in Barangay Sto. Niño, Arevalo district. According to police investigation, Mendiola– resident of Barangay Pali, Mandurriao district – was reportedly repairing ahouse on Tuesday when he accidentally touched an exposed live wire. Mendiola was brought to the WesternVisayas Medical Center, also in Mandurriao district. He eventually succumbed to burns on hisbody.
Tom JacobsLeoVegas is betting big on tennis this summer, with the mobile betting specialist operator announcing its ‘Summer of Tennis’ campaign.Launched this week, LeoVegas Sports will allow for ‘its customers to bet on every single point made across all tennis competitions this summer’. As a player incentive, LeoVegas is adding hundreds of pounds of free bets and a chance for one lucky punter to win a Mercedes SLCThe Summer of Tennis campaign has two stages, the qualifying round which runs until 30th July, and the knockout run which runs from 5th to 13th August. Players who clear 600 live cash bets on tennis go through to the knockout stage where it’s ‘Survivor Format’, and the winner wins the main prize of a Mercedes SLC.The operator launches its campaign ahead of the Wimbledon Tennis Championship (3-16 July), in which 250 tournament games will be played.Having optimised its tennis markets, LeoVegas Sports app claims to have the best minute-by-minute game markets for punters.Tom Jacobs, Sports Marketing Manager at LeoVegas commented on the promotion: “With such a busy summer of tennis, we wanted to offer players added excitement when watching the tournaments and give them even more chances to win.“Our app is easy to use and one of the fastest on the market so offers an intense and exhilarating in-play experience for those betting live – the second best thing to being there first hand. We wish luck to all those playing along with us during the Summer of Tennis.” StumbleUpon Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 Kambi takes full control of LeoVegas sportsbook portfolio August 26, 2020 Submit Share Related Articles LeoVegas hits back at Swedish regulations despite Q2 successes August 13, 2020 Share read more
Johnson, one of the most productive players in college basketball last season, is a 6-foot-10 power forward who shot 61.4 percent last season to go with 17.0 points and 10.4 rebounds.Johnson had the fifth-highest player efficiency rating in Division I last season (33.04), a kind of catch-all metric, and the highest of any player selected in the first round Thursday.There’s some optimism that he can become part of the Clippers’ rotation next season.“We had a ranking and we pretty much stuck to it. Brice was the guy,” Rivers said. “We had a lot of guys on the board, but who we thought at No. 25, who would be there, the main guy we wanted to be there was Brice and one other guy.”That other guy, it turns out, was French power forward Guerschon Yabusele, who went to the Boston Celtics with the No. 16 pick. By the time No. 25 came on the clock, the team was faced with a decision between Johnson and Michigan State freshman Deyonta Davis, a projected lottery pick who eventually slid all the way to No. 31.And Johnson, who topped their board for much of the process, became the choice.“He does a lot of stuff,” Rivers said. “He’s athletic, can rebound, runs the floor, has a great motor and can shoot the ball.”Rivers said that range extends to 18 feet, but the hope is Johnson will be able to push that to NBA 3-point range despite attempting no 3-pointers in at North Carolina.“It’s part of my game,” he said in a phone interview. “It just wasn’t my job in college.”After taking Johnson 25th, the Clippers owned the No.33 pick from a trade with the Brooklyn Nets. Instead of selecting there, the team took a minor risk, moving back to No.’s 39 and 40, hoping to get the guys on their board.“We really like both guys, and the way the draft worked out, we took a gamble,” Rivers said.Michineau, a 22-year-old guard who played for the French team Chalon, is a bit of an unknown, ranked as the No. 85 overall prospect by DraftExpress. Still, the Clippers loved what they saw scouting him this summer, raving about the 6-foot-4 guard’s defensive intensity and athleticism.Had the team not traded back, Michineau would’ve likely been the pick at No. 32.And by making the trade, the Clippers also added Stone, the top newcomer in the Big Ten this past season.Stone is incredibly gifted on the offensive end, scoring 39 points in a win over Penn State this past season. Rivers said his talent on that side of the ball was first-round worthy.The big question with the 6-foot-10, 19 year old is on the defensive end, where he struggled.The Clippers expect all three players to be with the team in summer league and training camp.“We just like their abilities,” Rivers said. AlsoRivers said Chris Paul (hand) has been healthy “for awhile,” and Blake Griffin (hamstring) is on schedule after both players were knocked out of the postseason. …Rivers said he hasn’t gotten a decision from Paul Pierce whether the veteran would return for another season or retire. He did say the two have discussed a deadline. PLAYA VISTA >> Prior to the start of the NBA Draft on Thursday, coach and president of basketball operations Doc Rivers hinted that there “might” be a scenario where the team ended up with three picks instead of two.And, it turned out, that scenario came to fruition.The team selected North Carolina power forward Brice Johnson, French point guard David Michineau and Maryland center Diamond Stone, trading back seven spots in the second round to add Michineau and Stone.“I’m really thankful for it,” Johnson said. “A lot of guys don’t get the opportunity to be in the NBA so I’m really thankful for it. I really fit in well with this team, with the style play and the way I played in college. I really think I can come in there and be effective from the jump.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error read more