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first_imgOil major Shell has completed its Gumusut-Kakap Phase 2 project offshore Malaysia, which involved the drilling of four additional subsea wells tied back to its semi floating production system (GK-Semi FPS).Gumusut-Kakap semi FPS; Source: MISC GroupAt peak production, the four wells will add 50,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day to the GK-Semi FPS, sustaining its rated production capacity of 165,000 barrels per day, Shell said last week announcing the completion of Phase 2.Located in water depths of 1,200 meters, the GK-Semi FPS was Shell’s first deepwater development in Malaysia, starting production in 2014.Simon Durkin, Vice-President, Malaysia Upstream, said: “Shell has been a pioneer in Malaysia’s exploration and production sector for more than a century and a global leader in deep-water exploration and production for more than 40 years. We are proud of our continued investment in Malaysia and utilising our global and local expertise to ensure the long-term sustainability of Malaysia’s energy resources,” he added.According to Shell, the GK Phase 2 project has realized cost savings of more than 35% since taking final investment decision in 4Q 2017 and this has been achieved through competitive scoping and efficient project execution.The Gumusut-Kakap project is a joint venture between Shell (29%, operator), ConocoPhillips (29%), Petronas Carigali (16.8%), PTTEP Sabah Oil Ltd (6.4%), Pertamina (2.7%), and others.Spotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today, please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.last_img read more

first_img Bio Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020 ELLSWORTH — Looking to correct course with the playoffs looming, Justin Norwood turned to the words of a coaching legend.Norwood’s MDI boys’ basketball team entered its final stretch of the season having lost three of five games, an unusual feeling for a team that’s been among Class B’s best the past few seasons. In a speech to his team after the most recent of those losses, he referenced Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski’s metaphor of each player representing a finger on a balled-up fist.“When you have five players on the floor come together and play for each other, you make a fist, and a fist is a lot more powerful than a hand,” the MDI head coach said. “We needed something to get back to jelling as best as we could as a team, and I just felt it was the right message. It was what they needed to hear.”Hear it MDI did, and the Trojans haven’t come close to losing in the week since. With the state tournament on the horizon, the Trojans are playing their best basketball at the right time as they search for more success at the Cross Insurance Center.MDI’s Brett Duley drives to the basket against Ellsworth’s Norman Jodrey during the first half of a high school boys’ basketball game Feb. 7 at Ellsworth High School. Duley, who scored 26 points against Foxcroft in MDI’s Senior Night win two days earlier, scored 13 against the Eagles. BARRY GUTRADT PHOTOThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder textMDI once again took control early against Ellsworth and never let go Thursday in the team’s latest win over the Eagles at Ellsworth High School. The Trojans’ 49-37 win sealed the No. 3 seed in the upcoming Class B North playoffs, where Norwood’s team will look to make it back to the regional championship game for the third consecutive year.“We’ve had some ups and downs this year, but through all of that, we’ve been a pretty good basketball team,” senior Derek Collin said. “Playing like this is what we’ve wanted to get to all year long, and I feel like we’re finally at that level now.”MDI (13-5) took a 5-4 lead over Ellsworth early with the help of a 3-pointer and layup from Drew Shea. Fellow senior Brett Duley then made a 3-pointer and close-range jump shot to give the Trojans a 10-7 advantage through the first quarter of play.In the second quarter, Duley and Shea put forth strong performances again as MDI opened up a double-digit lead over Ellsworth (12-6). Holding Ellsworth to seven points for the second of three consecutive quarters, the Trojans took a 27-14 lead into the locker room.“The biggest thing we had going for us was our defense,” Norwood said. “Ellsworth has some really good players who can score with ease, and it’s all about how you guard them and take away what they do well. I thought our kids executed really well in terms of that, and it was kind of all downhill from there when we started to flow offensively in that second quarter.”Shea continued his strong play out of the gate to start the second half when he drained a 3-pointer over Ellsworth’s Hunter Curtis to give MDI a 16-point lead. The Trojans would extend that lead to as many as 24 points in the fourth quarter before the Eagles mounted a comeback that was too little, too late.Shea led all scorers with 14 points for MDI, and Duley added 13. MDI’s other scorers were Kyle Nicholson with eight points, Derek Collin with five, Porter Isaacs with four, Erik Merchant and Eli Parady with two each and Steven Pierce with one.MDI’s Derek Collin shoots over Ellsworth’s Devin Grindle during the second half of a high school boys’ basketball game Feb. 7 at Ellsworth High School. MDI will be the No. 3 seed in the upcoming Class B North playoffs, and Ellsworth will be seeded sixth. BARRY GUTRADT PHOTOMDI’s large lead for much of the game developed despite the fact that Collin, the team’s leading scorer, was held without a point until the final minute of the third quarter. Yet with Ellsworth double- and triple-teaming Collin, the floor opened up for some of the Trojans’ other players to find offensive rhythms.“If you told me we would have won the way we did with [Derek] going almost three quarters without scoring, I wouldn’t have believed you,” Parady said. “We just had that great ball movement going, and we were able to combine our adjustments in those second and third quarters with some good defense.”For Ellsworth, Jackson Curtis and Devin Grindle scored eight points apiece. Brett Bragdon (five points), Darby Barry and Connor Crawford (three points apiece) and Hunter Curtis, Austin Harris, Norman Jodrey, Noah Neleski and Malcolm Svec (two apiece) provided the remaining points for the Eagles.After dropping out of the top five with the loss, Ellsworth will have to play in the preliminary round next week. The sixth-ranked Eagles will take on Winslow (8-10) for a spot in the Class B North quarterfinals at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13.The winner of that game will take on No. 3 MDI at 5 p.m. next Friday, Feb. 15, at the Cross Insurance Center. That game will be the first played at the Cross Center this year, and whether the Trojans battle Winslow or get a rivalry showdown with Ellsworth on the big stage, tournament time never seems to get old for their head coach.“I’m getting goose bumps right now thinking about it,” Norwood said. “To think that we’re going to be the first team playing, our band is going to be the first one there and all of that, it’s what you look forward to and dream about. … It’s all about us playing as that fist of five, and I’m confident in our ability to do that.” Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all)center_img Latest Posts Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. 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