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Delfin advances FLNG project with SHI, Black & Veatch partnership

first_imgImage courtesy of Delfin MidstreamDelfin Midstream initiated cooperation with Samsung Heavy Industries and Black & Veatch in the fourth quarter of 2018 and completed a pre-FEED study for a newbuild FLNG vessel in the first half of 2019. In parallel, the parties have been developing a term sheet for a lump-Sum, turnkey engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning contract for the construction and completion of the newbuild FLNG vessel.Delfin said in its statement on Tuesday it has entered into new agreements for front-end design and engineering work with SHI and Black & Veatch.Delfin and its partners are on-track for completion of the engineering work, including a fully termed LSTK EPCIC by the middle of 2020, for the Delfin LNG project, the statement reads.Many land-based LNG export projects seek ‘economies-of-scale’ to lower their costs by developing 10 – 20+ MTPA projects. By re-purposing existing offshore pipelines and building the FLNG vessels at Asian shipyards, Delfin claims it can achieve total capital costs around 500-550 $/tpa for just 3.5 mtpa FLNG vessels.Furthermore, each FLNG vessel can be developed independently with its own commercial and financial structure. This enables Delfin to offer standard or tolling models with terms of 10 to 25 years, integrated structures or JV arrangements with offtakers, producers and/or traders.Delfin’s existing offshore pipelines connect directly to the extensive network of onshore pipeline systems, with ample supply capacity for the first 2-3 FLNG vessels.With 4 FLNG vessel slots at the Delfin project for a total of 13 mtpa of LNG export and with up to 8 mtpa expansion potential with the Avocet project, Delfin offers a large scale LNG production at the bottom-end of the cost curve.Delfin added that based on the solid technical and commercial progress and with the continuing strong support from its long-term shareholders the company is on schedule to reach FID in 2020.last_img read more

Doris L. (Lovett) House

first_imgDoris L. (Lovett) House, 86, of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, passed away Sunday January 12, 2020 in Milan, IN.She was born April 11, 1933 in Co-Operative, KY, daughter of the late Hobart Lovett and Evelyn (Ryan) LovettDoris was a longtime member of the First Baptist Church Aurora. She was a faithful member and served as a Sunday School teacher for the 2-5 yr. olds, for over 40 years. She loved working with children and left a lasting impression on the many children throughout the years. In early years, she belonged to the Fidelis Class at church. Doris’s faith was important to her and she lived her life honoring her beliefs. Doris enjoyed working outdoors. She kept her lawn impeccable. She also loved to cook and was well known for her famous Angel Food cake, deviled eggs, coffee cake and macaroni and cheese casserole (among many others). She enjoyed watching her hummingbirds and car rides, She enjoyed socializing, with family and friends. Her time spent with her family was most precious, especially the grandchildren. She will be missed by her loving family, church family, and many friends.Doris is survived by her loving children, Denise (Jim) Corey of Lawrenceburg, IN, Terry (Victoria) House of Guilford, IN, and Dan (Lynn) House of Aurora, IN; grandchildren, Jason Corey, Chris (Kelly) Ballentine, Jayme Ballentine, Ashley Tatro, Dewayne Kaaz, Jessi Alexander, Jezarray (Joey) Witte, Demi House, Kaiya House, Dylan House, Ashley Palm, and Zack Fallett; and16 great grandchildren.She was preceded in death by Father, Hobart Lovett, Mother, Evelyn (Ryan) Lovett, her loving husband of 40 years, Delmar “Denny” House, Son, Dennis House, siblings, Hobart Lovett Jr., Yvonne Johnson, and Phyllis Dameron.Friends will be received Thursday, January 16, 2020, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the First Baptist Church of Aurora, 6060 Blair Road, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the Church, Friday, at 11:00 am. Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, IN.Contributions may be made to St Jude Children’s Hospital, The Red Cross, or First Baptist Church.. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more