Reliance confirms MA field shut down due to natural decline

first_imgIndia’s oil company Reliance Industries has confirmed that the MA field ceased production on September 17, 2018, due to natural decline.This was first revealed earlier this week by Ocean Yield, the owner of the FPSO Dhirubhai-1 which had operated on the field. Reliance had the option to buy the FPSO following the expiry of a ten-year contract but decided not to exercise it. The contract expired on Wednesday, September 19, 2018.The MA field located off the East Coast of India in Block KG-DWN-98/3 (KGD6) is operated by Reliance with a 60% interest. Its partners are BP with a 30% interest and Niko Resources with the remaining 10% interest.Confirming the cessation of production from the MA field, Reliance said on Friday that post-cessation activities related to the field shutdown are underway.According to the Indian company, production from the field had been under natural decline and facing continuous challenges due to high water production and sand ingress. The field has cumulatively produced about 0.53 TCF of Gas and 31.4 Million Barrel of Oil & Condensate and had no remaining reserves.For the fist quarter of FY19, MA field contributed less than 0.1% in terms of revenue at Reliance consolidated level, the oil company said.The Dhirubhai – 26 (D26), oil, gas and condensate deep water discovery was made in 2006. The discovery was developed and put on production in September 2008. This was India’s first deep water development (water depth up to 1,250 meters), with seven wells tied back through a subsea production system to a purpose built, state of the art disconnectable turret moored FPSO production unit.Reliance also said that relevant governmental agencies have already been informed.When it comes to the FPSO’s future and employment opportunity outside India, Ocean Yield said earlier this week it had been awarded a Front End Engineering Design (FEED) study for the potential use of the FPSO. The study is estimated to be completed during 4Q 2018.Meanwhile, Ocean Yield will consider recording an impairment related to the FPSO in 3Q 2018 between $0-50 million.Offshore Energy Today Stafflast_img read more

WPD and Humane Society find 65 animals at S. Jefferson home

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Thank you for your input. +15 Vote up Vote down Michael Cody · 220 weeks ago Another reason to let the city Code Compliance officers do their job. I personally have been trying to get the city to do something about the outside conditions for over a year. Thanks City Council. Report Reply 0 replies · active 220 weeks ago +9 Vote up Vote down Benjamin Forrest · 220 weeks ago The city has been aware of the problem and hasn’t done anything about it. There are three children living 15 feet from that disease infested excuse of a house and its been called in several times with little response. Wellington KS made National news in 2012 because they made a law that only allows 4 cats per household. This is why they made that law and the frustrating part is I told them there was 6 cats in that house and knew they had several dogs and rabbits. I had pictures of 4 inches of feces on the floor and we told the city this and nothing. Its about time and they had better condemn and destroy that house. Report Reply 0 replies · active 220 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down Rusty jones · 220 weeks ago This is Solid reporting newscow.. Report Reply 1 reply · active 220 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down GHHS · 220 weeks ago Agree that this is the best reporting I’ve seen on here in a while. Original, as sourced (verbatim with updates) here:… Report Reply Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Sumner Newscow report — According to a KWCH Channel 12 story, the Wellington Police Department found 65 animals at a house in the 600 block of S. Jefferson Street, Saturday evening.Officers said the floors in the home were covered with inches of feces, and the Humane Society called the conditions inside unlivable, the report said.Police found 22 rabbits, 12 dogs, nine cats, three guinea pigs, three ferrets, two rats, and four mice living in the home, as well as 10 chickens in the backyard.Police and the Wellington Humane Society removed cage after cage covered in feces and matted fur from a home in 600 block of S. Jefferson Street Saturday night.“I’ve never had this many in a building, in a house. It’s a classic case of hoarding,” said Phyllis Todd, vice president of the Wellington Humane Society.A neighbor called police Friday night after he noticed the front door open for hours.Benjamin Forrest, who lives next door, said he could see animals running in an out of the house after the front doors were left open.“The cops showed up after we had a bunch of animals running around the yard and block. When the cops were gagging, I assumed it was pretty bad,” said Joseph Richards, who also lives on the block.Neighbors say they knew the man and woman living in the home had a lot of animals, and when walking by, could sometimes smell feces or urine. But Richards says he still didn’t expect police to find 65 animals.“I surprised at the number but wasn’t too surprised there was something like that going on in there,” he said.Officers say all the dogs are Pomeranians. Police brought eight dogs to the pound Friday night, but allowed the owners to bring the rest of the dogs and the cats to a relative’s farm.Police are also giving the owners until Sunday to bring the chickens to a safe area.But that still leaves 34 small animals and eight dogs for the Humane Society to handle. Todd says one of the biggest challenges now is finding space for all the animals and checking them for health problems, like infections.“It’s not always visible at first glance, so we’re going to check them over and treat them if they need any surgery or anything cleaned up. That’ll be first thing on the list,” Todd said. “If anyone’s looking for any of those pets, we have plenty to share and we’d love to find them good homes.”Todd says she can’t comment yet on overall health of the animals, but said it does look like the animals were well-fed.Wellington’s police chief, Tracy Heath, told Channel 12 he’s presenting the case to the Sumner County Attorney’s office and will decide if and what charges need to be filed.“I’m concerned with the health issues associated with the house and specifically for the neighbors,” Heath said. He said all the waste from the animals create a potential for diseases to spread.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more