Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued an order approving Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass LNG Stage 3 expansion. Cheniere’s Sabine Pass LNG unit filed an application with FERC for the construction of liquefaction trains 5 and 6 at the Sabine Pass terminal in Cameron Parish, Louisiana and sought the permission to expand the capacity of the interconnected pipeline.As FERC said in its order, the proposed construction of trains 5 and 6 in Stage 3 would increase the liquefaction project’s total authorized production capacity from approximately 20 mtpa, or 2.76 Bcf per day, to approximately 29 mtpa, or 4.14 Bcf per day.Cheniere said that it has executed sales and purchase agreements with Total Gas & Power North America and Centrica to deliver 101 Bcf and 88.3 Bcf per year of LNG, respectively from the proposed train 5.Negotiations for the sale of LNG from proposed train 6 are currently ongoing.[mappress mapid=”16402″]LNG World News Staff; Image: Cheniere
Mao Asada, Yuzuru Hanyu Winning form: Yuzuru Hanyu performs in the men’s free skate on Saturday at the NHK Trophy. | KYODO RELATED PHOTOS Compete and entertain: Mao Asada skates to “Swan Lake” on Saturday in Rifu, Miyagi Prefecture. | KYODO RIFU, MIYAGI PREF. – Yuzuru Hanyu gave the hometown fans what they wanted most on Saturday — a victory by their hero at the NHK Trophy.Hanyu, who broke his own world record with a mark of 95.32 in Friday’s short program, carried the momentum into Saturday’s free skate and captured the men’s singles title with a solid showing. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Hard work pays off: Daisuke Takahashi (above) and Akiko Suzuki both finished second overall in their respective competitions at the NHK Trophy on Saturday. | KYODO KEYWORDS The 17-year-old opened with a quadruple toe loop and hit six triple jumps on the way to victory with a score of 261.03 points. He was unable to land the second quad — a salchow — he attempted, and fell on his final jump (a triple lutz), but did enough to beat second-place finisher Daisuke Takahashi by nearly 10 points.The win gives Hanyu a berth in next month’s Grand Prix Final in Sochi, Russia. The Sendai native was fourth at last season’s GP Final.Mao Asada narrowly edged out Akiko Suzuki for the women’s title. Mao tallied 185.27 to Suzuki’s 185.22.Suzuki was done in by her fifth-place finish in the short program on Friday.American Mirai Nagasu took third with 176.68.Hanyu skated to “Notre Dame de Paris” and labored near the end of his program (also falling on a sit spin), but had racked up sufficient points by then for a decisive win.“I’m very happy to make the Grand Prix Final,” said Hanyu. “Despite my mistakes in the free skate, I was able to score more than 160 points, so my training has paid off.”The 2010 world junior champion, who is coached by Brian Orser, says the triumph here will give him motivation going forward.“I want to do well at the final and also at the world championships, so this gives me something to aim for,” Hanyu stated. “Regardless of my scores, the important thing is to continue to show people that I can grow.”Takahashi put on an absolutely sensational performance to “I Pagliacci” and totaled 251.51. The result qualified Takahashi for his seventh GP Final, speaking to his longevity and continued excellence.Only Russia’s Evgeni Plushenko, the 2006 Olympic gold medalist, has made more GP Finals (eight).Takahashi, the 2010 world champion, began with a quad toe loop, but under-rotated a second quad toe loop. The mistake took nothing away from the sublime show he put on, however, as he landed seven triple jumps and had the audience completely enthralled with his superior presentation skills.“I feel good about making the final for a seventh time,” commented Takahashi. “I will give everything I have and go all out there.”Takahashi claimed that he is finding motivation by competing against the younger skaters.“My feeling is that men’s figure skating is at a very high level now,” he said. “Going up against guys like Yuzuru and (Spain’s) Javier Fernandez is a good test for me.”Hanyu and Takahashi will be joined by compatriots Takahiko Kozuka and Tatsuki Machida at the GP Final, giving Japan four of the six competitors in the men’s event.American Ross Miner took third at 235.37 with a steady skate to “Captain Blood.”Mao skated to “Swan Lake” and had a calamitous outing, botching several jumps. She doubled her opening triple loop, then later doubled a triple lutz and compounded it by singling a triple salchow, but her big lead over Suzuki from the short program was enough put her atop the podium.Suzuki (185.22) assured herself a spot in the GP Final with a tremendous performance to “O” from Cirque du Soleil. The world bronze medalist landed six triple jumps and truly moved the audience with her program.With Mao and Suzuki booking their tickets to the GP Final along with the quartet of Japanese men, half of the field of 12 in the singles in Sochi will be from Japan.“I feel a lot of disappointment,” said Mao. “I couldn’t execute any of my jumps. I can’t be satisfied with the way I performed.”Despite finishing second, Suzuki’s outlook was much brighter.“I was able to give it my all,” she stated. “I was really happy, so I pumped my fists with joy (at the end of the program).”Meryl Davis and Charlie White of the United States retained their lead from the short dance to capture the title in ice dance with 178.48.White and Davis, the 2011 world champions, beat Russia’s Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov (156.62) by nearly 18 points in notching the victory.Maia and Alex Shibutani, also of the United States, took third place with a total of 154.56.Davis and White, the 2010 Olympic silver medalists, locked up a spot in the GP Final — which they have won the past three years — with the result.The win marked the third time that Davis and White have captured the NHK Trophy (they also claimed it in 2009 and 2010), and more impressively, the eighth straight Grand Prix victory for the duo. The last regular GP event they entered and did not win was the Cup of Russia in 2008.Russia’s Vera Bazarova and Yuri Larionov hold a slim lead in pairs after the short program. The Russians top the field with 65.61, with Canada’s Kirsten Moore-Towers and Dylan Moscovitch close behind at 65.14.Americans Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir (61.85) are third.The free skate in pairs is set for Sunday. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
Souleymane Doukara converted Leeds United’s only shot on target in the 59th minute after the hosts had been booed off at half-time.City responded with clear sights of goal through defenders Alex Pearce, Aden Flint and Luke Ayling, but were unable to draw level as Leeds held on.“I’m disappointed with the scoreline because I think it’s a scoreline we didn’t deserve,” Pemberton told Bristol City Player HD.“They’ve had one chance and scored, but we’ve had several opportunities and not been able to take one. Those are the margins when you’re scrapping at the bottom of the league.“Aden Flint’s chance at the end was unbelievable – I don’t know how he’s missed it. It’s not unlucky, because you make your own luck.“We’ve spoken about staying in games and we’re doing that. We’re looking hard to beat – we’ve only conceded two goals in three games now, but the final ball needs to be better.“I played here for four years, I know what the atmosphere is like and it’s not an easy place to come, but I thought we did okay and certainly didn’t deserve to lose the game.“We could’ve quite easily got something out of it, and we should’ve done. We’ve got 18 cup finals coming up and we’ve got to get some points on the board.”
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus would’ve been chuffed that most of his boxes were ticked in his team’s composed and clinical 41-7 victory over Japan in Kumagaya on Friday.Some observers – and even Erasmus himself – warned that the memories of the Brave Blossoms’ memorable 2015 World Cup win in Brighton would still be fresh, but those concerns proved off the mark.Led by winger Makazole Mapimpi’s superb hat-trick, the South Africans controlled play well and struck only when they were within striking distance, managing the humid conditions effectively and providing a good template for success in the showpiece tournament.Who was the star in this match?Lock Franco Mostert was a tower of strength, particularly with his immense work-rate. But Mapimpi rightly stole the show. Yes, he did his primary job – scoring tries – brilliantly, but his composure under the high ball and defensive reading of the game were equally impressive. He’s improving with each outing.Key moments and themesThe Springboks’ first-half performance was exemplary. They hardly resorted to fireworks, instead making sure they made their tackles, pinning Japan in their own half with their tactical kicking and then making sure they took scoring opportunities when they got into the hosts’ 22m area.Another prominent feature of South Africa’s game was their composure on defence. On at least three occasions they thwarted Japanese attacking moves that spanned more than 12 phases. The hosts could probably be accused of being a bit predictable at times, but the discipline was notable.Things did become looser in the second half as Japan come into their own a bit more, with Erasmus’ bench not quite making such an impact as was expected. However, even when they lost Francois Louw to a yellow card with nine minutes remaining, the Boks still showed enough commitment on defence to score two more tries against the run of play.One concern is the injury sustained by replacement tighthead Trevor Nyakane, who only lasted 14 minutes before crying off with a limp. Given his form in 2019, his void could become massive.Point scorers:Springboks – Tries: Makazole Mapimpi (3), Cheslin Kolbe (2), Herschel Jantjies. Conversions: Handre Pollard (2), Frans Steyn (2). Penalty: Pollard.Japan – Try: Kotaro Matsushima. Conversion: Yu Tamura.For more sport your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android.
Piss Bar4223228428 Results & Standings for June 27 (week 4) Jimmy’s Den B3121926-714 TeamPWLFA+/-BonusPts OK Bar4223327628 Country Road A4223030028 Devil’s Ballroom4223030028 Bootleggers A440392118012 Celtic Tiger3121926-725 I Love This Bar3122124-325 Aussie Ally’s4132436-1225 Bootleggers B3121530-1503 Division 2 Happy Night Bar4042535-1044 TeamPWLFA+/-BonusPts Woaw’s Pub32128171117 Division 1 Don’t Tell Mama4132535-1025 Results: Caddy Shack v Aussie Ally’s 6 -9, Country Road A v Corner House 6 -9, Devil’s Ballroom v Country Road B 8 -7, Don’t Tell Mama v Woaw’s Pub 4 -11. Corner House440362412012 Caddy Shack3031530-1522 Champions Bar440372314012 Jimmy’s Den A33032131909 Results: Bootleggers A v Piss Bar 10 -5, Celtic Tiger v Happy Night Bar 9 -6, Champions Bar v Bootleggers B 12 -3, OK Bar v Jimmy’s Den B 7 -8. Country Road B3122025-525
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Flooding on the Nelson waterfront along with the worst June for rain on record has put the Nelson Mixed Slopitch League underwater this season.“It’s been a very trying season,” league spokesperson R.J. Warren told The Nelson Daily.“We played out first game since June 15 on July 3.”“Instead of Lakeside Ball Diamonds we’re calling them Lake Diamonds,” Warren added.The league started the season in May with 17 teams. The season was moving along briskly until June’s rains wiped most of the games.Then came the flooding along the Nelson waterfront, which cost the league even more games.The results forced the league reps to move games to Queen Elizabeth Park — two games are played each evening.Warren said league reps held a meeting to determine when, and where, the playoff tournament would be played — Salmo, Mount Sentinel or Queen Elizabeth Park.The result was an eight-to-eight vote split, which one team already folding for the season due to the cancellations.“We’re going to play the tournament at Queen Elizabeth,” said Warren.The tournament, originally set for July 20-22, begins Sunday, July 15 with preliminary round games.The Final is set for Sunday, July 22.Hopefully it doesn’t rain.
Wilkinson said in during his four-year career at Balfour, this is the second earliest opening for the course that usually tees off on the season in April.Balfour opens Friday with all holes available for play.At Nelson, players took to the course Thursday as the 2015 season saw its earliest opening in years.Wilkinson said Balfour hosts Men’s night Tuesday with Ladies day every Thursday.Senior’s Day is Wednesday mornings.At Granite, Tuesday is Ladies Day with Seniors going Wednesday morning.Thursday is Men’s Night Granite Pointe.Around the West Kootenay, golfers in the Silver City area have been on the course since March 17 while Castlegar players will need to wait until April 3 before teeing up the ball.Redstone in Rossland has yet to confirm opening day. So you want to learn how to play the sport of golf.Well, this is a great time to learn as local courses are opening faster than presents at Christmas.Granite Pointe at Nelson teed off the season Thursday with Balfour opening up the 2015 campaign on grass Friday.“Winter was great,” said Balfour club professional Craig Wilkinson on the eve of the opening.“All the greens are looking good and the fairways for the most part at this time of the year are looking awesome.”
The Deficit for the Year after providing for interest costs and the depreciation of fixed assets is €601,379 (€261,248 before depreciation)Income for the year was €4,059,671 (down from €4,947,134 in 2018)Expenditure for the year was €4,320,919 (down from €4,573,303 in 2018)As of Oct 31st 2019, Galway County Board owe €1,712,037 to Central Council of the GAAThe total value of payments made to Kilbride Sand & Gravel Ltd for works undertaken at Tuam Stadium during the year ended Oct 31st 2019 is €348,897Fundraising Income down from €860,228 in 2018 to €144,743 in 2019County Teams Administration costs down from €1,842,231 in 2018 to €1,612,349 in 2019 Legal and Professional Fees UP from €20,399 in 2018 to €140,385 in 2019Club Gate Receipts, Commercial & Other Income UP from €1,049,189 in 2018 to €1,248,439 in 20192019 Club Hurling Gate Receipts (by Oct 31st)€590,9532019 Club Football Gate Receipts (by Oct 31st)€333,414print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The Galway GAA End of Year Financial Report will be presented at a Meeting of Club Officers and Delegates tomorrow night at 8pm in the Claregalway Hotel. The Report will be presented by the County Treasurer Michael Burke and Representatives from DHKN Accountants and will provide clarification on the Accounts ahead of the County Convention next Monday night. Delegates will get a clearer picture of Galway GAA’s current financial plight, which includes a deficit for the year of over €260,000 and a continuing debt of just over €1.7 million owed to Central Council. There was a big drop of over €700,000 in fundraising income for the year and both Galway senior teams early championship exit meant Team Administration expenses were down €230,000 in total. Some of the key figures on the 2019 accounts being presented tomorrow night are:
ATLETICO MADRID boss Diego Simeone is targeting his son Gio from Fiorentina – but faces competition from Spurs, according to reports.The Vicente Calderon boss’ son, 23, plays as a striker for the Serie A side and his old man was recently at the Stadio Artemio Franchi to see him score.3 Gio Simeone is a target for his dad Diego’s Atletico side and SpursCredit: Getty Images – GettyHis contract with Fiorentina runs till 2022 and Viola chief Stefano Pioli is eager to tie him down to a new deal amid interest from the European heavyweights.It is no surprise given Gio scored 14 goals last year, providing five assists along the way.And he netted the sixth in Fiorentina’s opening 6-1 win over Chievo.Atletico are already top heavy, with prime attacking talents in ex-Chelsea man Diego Costa and World Cup winner Antoine Griezmann.🇮🇹 @simeonegiovanni pic.twitter.com/XZtmdghXgq— Diego Pablo Simeone (@Simeone) August 27, 2018 3 Simeone Jr has already netted for the Serie A side this seasonCredit: Getty ImagesLatest football newsLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea news LIVE: Follow all the latest updates from Stamford BridgeLive BlogUNITED LIVEMan Utd news LIVE: All the latest updates and transfer gossip from Old TraffordLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea transfer news LIVE: Havertz deal LATEST, Willian move updatesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesAZPI BETTERAzpilicueta reveals turning off phone saved his season after horror startBut AS report Gio is being targeted as a “bet for the future”.He will be quite an expensive prospect, with a fee of around £36million reported as the going rate.But that is described as a price Atletico would be willing to pay.3 Simeone could be in the market to make a late move for his sonCredit: The Mega AgencyYet Simeone could provide back up to Harry Kane, with the Spurs striker currently facing questions over his form and fitness.