This acquisition represents BKV’s first foray into the Barnett Shale and BKV’s largest deal to date Banpu Kalnin Ventures completes Barnett Shale cash acquisition. (Credit: Shutterbug75 from Pixabay) Banpu Kalnin Ventures Corporation confirmed that its affiliate, BKV Barnett LLC (the “BKV Barnett”), has closed the deal to acquire Devon Energy Corporation’s (DVN) (“Devon”) assets in the Barnett Shale on October 1, 2020. The cash deal provides $570 million for the Barnett assets and up to $260 million in contingent payments over the next four years, based on oil and gas prices.Net production from the Barnett Shale properties averaged nearly 600 million cubic feet equivalent per day net in the third quarter of 2019. Upon completion of this transaction, BKV’s combined Marcellus and Barnett portfolio will have over 345,000 net acres, operate more than 4,000 producing wells and have proved reserves in excess of 3.7 Tcfe.This acquisition represents BKV’s first foray into the Barnett Shale and BKV’s largest deal to date. The company has previously focused on the Marcellus region.In five short years, BKV’s natural gas-focused strategy has taken the company from startup to one of the top 20 natural gas companies in the U.S., producing at a rate of 700 million cubic feet of natural gas per day net.“We are excited to complete this acquisition in the Barnett Shale, and we believe natural gas is the bridge fuel of the future,” said Christopher Kalnin, CEO of BKV Corp. “We look forward to continuing the wonderful work Devon has established in the Barnett and expanding our investments to deliver high-quality gas asset production for many years to come.” Source: Company Press Release
View post tag: visits View post tag: Campaign December 22, 2011 Share this article View post tag: Unit View post tag: Pacific View post tag: piracy View post tag: africa View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Anti Pacific Fleet (PF) task unit headed by large ASW ship Admiral Panteleyev attending the international anti-piracy campaign in the Gulf of Aden on Dec 19 arrived in the capital city of Seychelles Victoria paying informal visit.The warship was met on the pier by Russian ambassador to Republic of Seychelles Mikhail Kalinin. Later on that day, an official delegation visited Russian diplomatic mission.On Dec 20, PF mariners paid a visit to the president of Seychelles James A. Michel, national military command and coast guard authorities.During the visit, Russian sailors will give a banquette on board Admiral Panteleyev; crewmembers plan to meet with Russian diaspora living on the islands, and to take local press on board.Besides, as an exchange of anti-piracy experience, Russian servicemen on Dec 23 will hold a demonstration drill off the port of Victoria. Representatives of Seychelles’ armed forces will watch search operation on a vessel suspected of pirate activity.Recall, it is the sixth PF anti-piracy task unit formed in Aug 2011. The seventh PF task unit led by large ASW ship Admiral Tributs left Vladivostok on Dec 10 to shift their predecessors.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, December 22, 2011 Pacific Fleet Unit Visits Seychelles for Anti-Piracy Campaign View post tag: Seychelles Back to overview,Home naval-today Pacific Fleet Unit Visits Seychelles for Anti-Piracy Campaign View post tag: fleet
View post tag: americas Naval Forces Conclude SIFOREX View post tag: SIFOREX Back to overview,Home naval-today Naval Forces Conclude SIFOREX Naval forces from four partner nations concluded Silent Forces Exercise (SIFOREX) 2014 in Lima, Peru, Oct. 7. View post tag: BRAZIL Follow @navaltoday Authorities View post tag: Colombia View post tag: Naval View post tag: News by topic October 8, 2014 View post tag: Navy View post tag: Peru SIFOREX is a biennial Naval exercise that focuses on anti-submarine warfare (ASW) proficiency. Naval forces from Brazil, Colombia, Peru and the U.S participated in SIFOREX 2014.SIFOREX 2014 was hosted by the Peruvian navy, and took place in the Southern Pacific beginning September 29. The exercise immediately followed UNITAS, the U.S. Navy’s longest running multinational maritime exercise, where 14 partner nations cooperated in a vast array of maritime scenarios.This year’s U.S. participants included USS Ingraham (FFG 61), P-8 Poseidon from VP-45 and P-3 Orion from VP-26, and Commander Destroyer Squadron 40 (COMDESRON40) staff.“SIFOREX has been a great opportunity for the Sailors to operate with a live submarine,” said Senior Chief Sonar Technician-Surface Paul Dammon, of the USS Ingraham (FFG 61). “The fact that it is a diesel submarine provides an added challenge; it is not every day that my Sailors have the chance to search for and track live sub-surface contacts, especially alongside our partner nations. It has been a great opportunity to strengthen interoperability with partner nation navies.”For most of the sonar technicians on board, this was the first time they had ever worked with foreign submarines. In SIFOREX 2014, Peru engaged with three proficient diesel submarines.The ships relied on standard tactical signals to communicate with each other, as well as maritime patrol reconnaissance aircraft and helicopters to locate and track subsurface contacts.SIFOREX has been recurring since 2001. The next SIFOREX is planned for 2016.[mappress]Press Release, October 08, 2014; Image: US Navy Share this article View post tag: US
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A fantastic £1,471.34 has been raised so far for our partner charity CLIC Sargent, during National Cupcake Week (NCW), with donations still rolling inLast month saw hundreds of bakers across the country getting involved in NCW and raising money for the cancer charity through the sale of pin badges, or by donating a percentage of their profits from the sale of cupcakes.One of those who had a successful week of fundraising was Reids of Caithness, in Scotland, which succeeded in raising £200 for CLIC Sargent. The managing director and his wife attended all the nurseries in the area and donated cupcakes to the children, which they helped them decorate in a cupcake masterclass. It also offered special-edition cupcakes in its shop on each day of NCW.NCW would also like to thank its sponsors Chevler, Barry Callebaut, Secret Ingredients, Puratos and California Raisins for helping to make the event the best it has ever been.
Photo Courtesy of Ben BaileyI think I speak for everyone when I say “I’m glad spring is finally here”. Winter really wore out its welcome this year, so the recent 70 degree temperatures and blossoming flowers in Virginia have been much appreciated.With these warmer temperatures, I’ve dusted off the bikes and started gearing up for the season.If you follow road cycling, one of the historic Spring Classics went down this past weekend. No silly, not the Paris-Roubaix, the Harris-Roubaix. This incredible event put on by the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition takes place every year on the same day as the French classic, and rings in the cycling season.Pros, weekend warriors, families, and friends all gather to celebrate the gravel roads of Rockingham County and enjoy getting out on two wheels.After gathering in Court Square in the middle of downtown Harrisonburg, everyone has a gentle party pace ride of about six miles out to the farm. From here, riders embark on a 16.5 mile loop of about half gravel and half pavement. The race is three laps total, but you can do as many or as few loops as you like, the main goal is to have fun.I feel like each year this event gets harder and harder, especially this year with the likes of Jeremiah Bishop, Ben Frederick, Nick Waite, Andy Rhodes, and other immortals drilling it at the front. Couple that with super technical gravel roads, and things can get dicey. I managed to keep touch with the front group for about 3/4’s of the first lap, but then started sliding back and linked up with my buddy Kyle to work together.Unfortunately, bad luck struck. My left contact blew out of my eye, which is problematic considering I am blind as a bat. I stuck on Kyle’s wheel trying to regain my depth perception and was just trying to make it back to the start where I could throw in a new contact.Pffffffff…..Due to my impaired vision I took the most amateur hour line through some gnarly gravel and flatted my rear tire. Peace Kyle. I quickly threw in a new tube and tried to get going again, knowing at this point results were out the window.Pfffffff…..GAH! In my haste I didn’t pump my rear tire up enough and got another flat tire. After another quick repair, I limped my way back into the race start. Fortunately there were a few other riders who had similar luck, and four of us headed out for another lap.Knowing at this point we all were just riding for fun, we focused on enjoying the amazing weather and dirt roads. In reality, this is what it’s all about anyways. Sure, being at the front and mixing it up is always a blast, but it’s not like my day was ruined with a few flats. We passed other cyclists out on the course enjoying their ride and saw so many different bikes, such as custom steel rides, fat bikes, mountain bikeswith trail-behinds for the kids, and more.At the heart of every sport are the people, and cycling is no different. After my second lap I called it quits and relaxed enjoying some craft brews and food from the potluck with my friends. People were trading stories on their ride, laughing about flat tires, sharing race tactics; the excitement over the start of the cycling season was truly palpable.The front riders came in after their third lap, with Jeremiah Bishop taking the win, followed by Adam Williams, Ben Frederick, Andy Rhodes, Danny Gibney, and Collin Vento for the top six. Solid riders who put it all out there!Roubaix 2016!
12SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr I had the occasion this past week to spend time with marketing folks to discuss compliance issues, and was reminded that website compliance is still a good thing to revisit from time to time. So, the following checklist is designed to get you thinking about key issues to consider when developing your own website compliance checklist. Please keep in mind this checklist is provided as an overview of these issues. It’s important that your credit union staff, vendors, counsel, etc. have in-depth knowledge of these areas.Use of Logos and PicturesDo any pages have materials with copyrights, trademarks, or service marks (including photos or drawings)? Make sure you have appropriate approvals to use or link to these materials.Is the NCUA advertising statement—or its short version, accompanied by the NCUA logo—on all pages advertising deposit account products? (§740.5 of NCUA Rules and Regulations)Is the Equal Housing logo on all pages advertising real estate-related loans?Are there pictures or drawings of human images? Look at the entire site for the possibility of encouraging some types of applications and discouraging others on any prohibited basis (§701.31 of NCUA Rules and Regulations and §1002.5 of Regulation B) continue reading »
The CFPB today published its action in the Federal Register to remove the bureau’s final arbitration rule from the federal code, effective immediately. The notice comes after President Donald Trump signed a congressional joint resolution disapproving of the rule earlier this month.Released in July, the CFPB’s final arbitration rule would have prohibited the use of clauses that prevent consumers from entering into class action litigation, so-called “class action waivers.”Under the Congressional Review Act, legislators can vote to overrule new federal regulations with a joint resolution of disapproval within 60 legislative days after regulators have submitted the rule to Congress. The House passed the resolution disapproving of the arbitration rule in July, and the Senate passed the resolution at the end of October. continue reading » 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 6 Feb 2019 9:41 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.3kShares Advertisement Manchester City beat Everton on Wednesday to replace Liverpool as Premier League leaders (Picture: Getty)Manchester City have returned to the top of the Premier League after beating Everton 2-0 at Goodison Park.Aymeric Laporte’s first-half header and Gabriel Jesus’ late goal wrapped up the victory on Merseyside to send City back to the top of the table, ahead of Liverpool on goal difference.The defending champions were seven points adrift of top-spot last month but have cut into the deficit in recent weeks, with Liverpool drawing their last two games.Jurgen Klopp’s side, who have a game in hand, can reestablish their position as Premier League leaders on Saturday when Bournemouth travel to Anfield.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityCity proved too strong for Unai Emery’s Arsenal at the weekend and also made a bright start at Goodison Park, dominating possession and creating a number of chances.They had to wait until the stroke of half-time to take the lead, however, with defender Laporte meeting David Silva’s free-kick and heading past Jordan Pickford.Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling both wasted openings to extend City’s lead after the break but Jesus sealed victory in stoppage time.Pep Guardiola has now won all five of his Premier League meetings with Everton boss Marco Silva, while the Toffees have won just one of their 12 fixtures against City. Comment Gabriel Jesus put the game to bed in stoppage time (Picture: Getty)Speaking after the 2-0 win, Brazilian star Jesus said: ‘For me it is amazing, not just the goal but because the team played very well.‘We came to win the game and to work hard, we know that when teams come here it’s so difficult. They have a lot of amazing players and an amazing manager.‘Everyone won the game. We know that it is going to be difficult. We want to play well in every game and at the end of the season we want the title.’More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira moves Manchester City go top with Everton victory to pile pressure on faltering Liverpool
25 Views no discussions Share Tweet Share Flag of Grenada. Photo credit: mapsofworld.comST GEORGE’S, Grenada — Dozens of journalists from regional and international media are expected in Grenada this weekend for an important trade and business meeting involving representatives from the United Kingdom and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM).The journalists will be here primarily to cover the 7th UK-Caribbean Forum. However, their visit coincides with the honouring of track star, Kirani James, and the hosting of the 2011 National Sports Award at the Grenada Trade Centre in Morne Rouge, St George’s.The UK-Caribbean Forum is held every two years for the purpose of what has been described as “establishing priority areas for cooperation, discussing key areas of concern and proposing mechanisms to facilitate greater collaboration” between Britain and CARICOM nations.The Grenada get-together, to be hosted by Foreign Minister Karl Hood, will be held over three days, starting Friday, January 20.Hood will be joined by his foreign affairs counterparts from other Caribbean countries; CARICOM Secretary General, Irwin LaRoque; and a UK delegation headed by Foreign Secretary William Hague.“The UK’s relationship with the Caribbean should be a broad-based partnership that involves business, civil society and ordinary people,” Hague said. “That is why I am so pleased that we are starting the Forum with a meeting of UK and Caribbean companies.”The Forum closes Sunday afternoon with a 12-overs’ cricket match at the SSU Grounds at Point Saline. A team of UK ministers and officials will compete against a CARICOM squad led by Hood.For the visiting journalists, their presence is also an opportunity to cover Saturday afternoon’s event at which Lagoon Road will be renamed after James, the current World 400 meter champion.Saturday’s unveiling of the Kirani James Boulevard, as well as a roundabout to be named after athletic coach and former 400 meter indoor record holder, Alleyne Francique, will be attended by government officials and representatives of the Grenada Olympic Committee.On Saturday evening, 19-year-old James will be attending the National Sports Awards where he is one of the nominees for Grenada’s Male Athletes of the Year.James and Janelle Redhead, a women’s 200 meter semifinalist at the 2011 World Championships in South Korea, are among 16 male and female athletes vying for the top sportsman and sportswoman awards.The keynote speaker at the awards’ ceremony is Trinidad Olympic medalist, Ato Boldon.Another Trinidadian who will be in Grenada to deliver an address is journalist, Tony Fraser. He is the featured speaker at Sunday’s 6th annual awards’ ceremony of the Media Workers Association of Grenada (MWAG) at the Trade Centre.“We are very excited that Tony has agreed to come and speak at the awards,” said MWAG president Rawle Titus.By Lincoln Depradine Caribbean News Now Share Sharing is caring! NewsRegional Grenada hosts UK-Caribbean Forum by: – January 19, 2012