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23 мая, 15:10

Pluto Expansion Could Start 2021: Woodside

“Woodside is well positioned to capitalise on an expected increase in demand from emerging Asian markets,” its CEO Peter Coleman told the company’s annual investor briefing day May 23, disclosing plans to expand its Pluto LNG complex in 2021. “Our portfolio offers exciting prospects...

23 мая, 13:24

Малоизвестные гигантские монументы мира

Людей всегда впечатляло всё огромное, поэтому самые значительные события или великих, по нашему мнению, людей, мы стараемся запечатлеть в гигантских скульптурах. Вот несколько таких скульптур, о которых вы можете не знать:

19 мая, 20:58

Cairn-led group drills appraisal well in SNE field offshore Senegal

A combine led by Cairn Energy Ltd. has completed drilling of an appraisal well in SNE oil field offshore Senegal. The group recording strong flow rates in the SNE-6 well from the upper reservoirs.

19 мая, 17:05

UK Cairn Says Making Progress with Strategy

UK upstream independent Cairn has made "excellent progress" on its strategic objective: sustainable value growth from exploration assets in frontier and emerging basins, funded from production assets and balance sheet strength, its CEO Simon Thomson told shareholders May 19 in Scotland  In Senegal...

18 мая, 14:20

Cairn's 9th Senegal Well Flows Oil

UK Cairn Energy said May 18 that its ninth well offshore Senegal – the SNE-6 appraisal well – has flowed oil. Four drill stem tests on SNE-6 produced at maximum rates of between 3,700 and 5,400 b/d oil. The news comes as interest in oil and gas exploration in Senegal has never been...

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17 мая, 20:49

Сенегал делает ставку на малый и средний бизнес - focus

ЧИТАТЬ ДАЛЕЕ: http://ru.euronews.com/2017/05/15/meet-some-of-the-firms-creating-a-new-dynamic-in-senegal euronews: самый популярный новостной канал в Европе. Подписывайтесь! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsru euronews доступен на 13 языках: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels На русском: Сайт: http://ru.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/100240575545901894719/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208 VKontakte: http://vk.com/ru.euronews

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15 мая, 19:16

BP hits 45 m of net hydrocarbon pay in Yakaar-1 well off Senegal

The BP PLC-operated Yakaar-1 well offshore Senegal intersected a gross hydrocarbon column of 120 m in three pools within the primary Lower Cenomanian objective and encountered 45 m of net pay.

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15 мая, 18:49

Сенегал делает ставку на малый и средний бизнес

В очередном выпуске программы “Фокус” мы с вами отправимся в Сенегал.

15 мая, 13:00

Ophir Hits Cote d'Ivoire Duster

An exploration well offshore Cote d’Ivoire drilled by Ophir Energy has turned out to be dry.  Ophir and partner African Petroleum (each with 45% interests) said May 15 that the Ayame-1X exploration well in Block 513, Cote d'Ivoire, had reached total depth of 5,394 metres but, despite some...

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12 мая, 15:55

Total Grabs 2nd Mauritania Block

Total said May 12 it has signed an exploration and production contract for Mauritania’s 7,300 km²  offshore Block C7, its second in the country. The French major will have a 90% interest alongside Mauritania’s state-owned SMHPM on 10%. It’s the second catch-up move...

12 мая, 09:15

In Senegal, Iran and Saudi Arabia vie for religious influence

DAKAR (Reuters) - In an upmarket suburb of Senegal's seaside capital, a branch of Iran's Al-Mustafa University teaches Senegalese students Shi'ite Muslim theology, among other subjects. The branch director is Iranian and a portrait of Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei hangs on his office wall.

12 мая, 09:15

In Senegal, Iran and Saudi Arabia vie for religious influence

DAKAR (Reuters) - In an upmarket suburb of Senegal's seaside capital, a branch of Iran's Al-Mustafa University teaches Senegalese students Shi'ite Muslim theology, among other subjects. The branch director is Iranian and a portrait of Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei hangs on his office wall.

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11 мая, 18:38

Senegal: Fighting Malnutrition and Stunting with a Multi-Sectoral Approach

Malnutrition was highly prevalent in Senegal at the start of the millennium when stunting affected as many as 30% of children under five. In response, the Government of Senegal, with support from IDA -- the World Bank’s fund for the poorest and other partners, shifted its approach on nutrition to a community-based holistic strategy.

11 мая, 10:45

«IT-нация»: Крушение ещё одной украинской мечты

Украина видится её кукловодами как страна IT-морлоков – сутулых красноглазых созданий, кодящих под землёй в вечной тьме на расу господ.

10 мая, 17:14

BP, Kosmos Energy Joint Venture Finds Gas Offshore Senegal

BP plc (BP) and its joint venture partner, Kosmos Energy Ltd. (KOS), recently announced a major gas discovery off the coast of Senegal.

10 мая, 16:57

Leningrad take to the stage at Sziget Festival once again

Leningrad, the elementary Russian ska classic who are celebrating their twentieth year of existence, are once again returning to Hungary's world famous Sziget Festival. Catch Russia's most famous bad boy Sergey "Shnur" Shnurov and his motley crew of guitarists, drummers, sax players, vocalists and other musicians and non-musicians on the World Music Stage on Aug. 15. The band was formed in the late 1990s and is known for combining rich brass sounds, catchy tunes, and extravagant performances. Leningrad are also known for using obscene lyrics in their songs, so there’s rarely a dull moment during their shows. Shnur spoke exclusively to Russia Today about life, music, and politics.  Over the past thirty years, ever since the collective term world music (widespread for the ethnic-based music) came to be, it has become one of the most popular music trends. Bands and performers became well-known from countries of which you don’t hear about too often, and where - as the Cape Verde Islands and Madagascar - record industry did not exist. Sziget World Music Stage has been taking the part in the world music movement since 2000 and at its current site it serves approximately 15,000 people. Over the past 17 years, the stage has gained an outstanding international ranking, thanks to the best of the best of the genre performing here. More than two hundred artists have accepted the invitation, the world's biggest stars from England to Guinea from Belgium to Senegal.

09 мая, 18:18

Shell’s Trans Forcados Pipeline To Reopen This Week

The Trans Forcados pipeline, operated by Shell, may be restarted before the week’s end, according to local sources who spoke to Reuters. The Astro Perseus tanker, sailing under a Greek flag, is en route to Nigeria at the moment, and according to the sources, may load at the Forcados terminal later this week. The Trans Forcados pipeline was the object of several militant attacks last year, which meant that for the most part of 2016 it remained shut down. The first attack that stopped the flow of crude came in February 2016, followed by another…

09 мая, 17:39

Nigeria Holds Out Hand For $5.2 Billion Energy Loan

Nigeria needs US$5.2 billion in financing from the World Bank to strengthen its power industry, the country’s Power, Works, and Housing Minister Babatunde Fashola told Bloomberg in an interview. The money would go towards boosting Nigeria’s power generation capacity, including from solar energy. Of the total, the International Finance Corporation could provide US$1.3 billion that would be used for power generation and distribution projects, and the WB’s political risk insurance unit, the Multilateral Investment Guarantee…

09 мая, 16:31

The Destroyer ‘Le Terrible’ Was Blazingly Fast

Robert Beckhusen Military History, France French warship was the quickest ever. Destroyers in World War I rarely got close enough to battle an enemy fleet with their guns, so navies began building faster, most robust and heavily-armed destroyers packing bigger weapons and additional torpedo tubes. During the following interwar period, no country embraced this trend more than France, which built several large, fast destroyer classes—one of which still holds the world speed record for a destroyer at 45.1 knots. However, “destroyer” can be a vague term. Case in point is the U.S. Navy’s modern Freedom-class littoral combat ship which is considerably smaller than a modern destroyer, but larger, heavier and faster than a World War II-era one. The Le Fantasque-class destroyer Le Terrible was laid down in 1931, launched in 1933 and secured the speed record in 1935 during her trial runs. She was formally commissioned into the French navy on May 1, 1936 at a displacement of 2,570 tons. The warship carried five 5.4-inch guns and nine torpedo tubes located amidships. Even though 45 knots was her record flank speed, 40 knots was typical. The Washington Naval Treaty played a role in the impressive La Fantasque class. France, Japan, Italy, the United States and the United Kingdom agreed in 1922 to limit the strength and size of their navies, particularly capital ships such as battleships and aircraft carriers. Destroyers, however, did not have such restrictions, which incentivized navies to build more formidable versions. A tragic fate struck the Le Fantasque class as with the rest of the French navy. Le Terrible first prowled for German cargo ships but then fell into Axis hands following the capitulation of France on June 22, 1940, which split the French navy into warring Free French and Axis-aligned Vichy camps. Le Terrible fought—and barely escaped destruction—during the British bombardment of the Vichy navy at Mers El Kebir in Algeria on July 3, 1940, which resulted in the deaths of 1,297 French sailors. In September, Le Terrible joined a Vichy flotilla which successfully parried an attempted Allied invasion of Axis-controlled Senegal. The accompanying Le Fantasque-class destroyer L’Audacieux was badly damaged during the battle and British warplanes eventually sunk her in May 1943. Read full article

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09 мая, 09:55

BP и Kosmos Energy открыли новое месторождение газа на шельфе Сенегала

Лондон. Нефтегазовая компания BP совместно с Kosmos Energy обнаружила новое месторождение газа на шельфе Сенегала.Глубина разведочной скважины, получившей название Yakaar-1, составляет приблизительно 4,7 км. "Открытие Yakaar-1 последовало за ...

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