Image courtesy of RENREN’s Sines LNG import terminal on Portugal’s Atlantic coast is set to receive a cargo of liquefied natural gas from Nigeria.The cargo will be delivered from Nigeria LNG’s Bonny Island liquefaction plant onboard the LNG Borno liquefied natural gas carrier.The vessel with the capacity to transport 149,600 cubic meters of liquefied natural gas was built by the South Korean shipyard Samsung Heavy Industries in 2007.Shipping data from the port of Sines shows that the LNG carrier is scheduled to dock at the terminal on June 3.NLNG’s Bonny Island facility has the capacity to produce 22 mtpa of liquefied natural gas from its six trains.Sines LNG terminal, located on Portugal’s Atlantic coast, has a nominal send out capacity of 600,000 cubic meters per hour (5.26 bcm per year), with a peak capacity of 900,000 cubic meters per hour. LNG World News Staff
Clive Hawkswood Chief Executive of online gambling/betting trade body the Remote Gambling Association (RGA) has today confirmed to industry media that he has decided to step down as leader of the organisation.Hawkswood has confirmed that he intends to officially depart RGA leadership in early 2019 and that he will help the trade body in its executive search for a successor.A veteran of UK and European policy development, Hawkswood has led the RGA since 2005, representing the industry interests at an international level, whilst promoting better standards and social responsibility to its stakeholders.During his tenure, Hawkswood is credited for significantly expanding the membership and representation of the RGA, as well as launching safer gambling initiatives.Hawkswood departs the RGA, as UK gambling prepares to launch its new gambling self-exclusion program GamStop, which will be led by Fiona Palmer (CEO) alongside Jenny Watson CBE as Chair.Speaking at the 2018 ‘Betting on Sports Conference’, Hawkswood detailed to delegates that the RGA was in open dialogue with UK Treasury officials, in relation to the government imposing a further tax hike on remote gambling duty.The RGA is expected to officially confirm the departure of Clive Hawkswood within the coming days. Kansspelautoriteit enters into MoU with Malta Gaming Authority August 28, 2020 Submit Share Share SBC Awards: The key to an effective submission August 28, 2020 John Williamson to oversee UK Tote Group’s international growth August 28, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon
World number one Novak Djokovic condemned the United States to their worst Wimbledon men’s performance in over a century yesterday as Serena Williams set up a clash of senior citizens against Kimiko Date-Krumm.Top seed Djokovic breezed past world number 156 Bobby Reynolds, a 30-year-old qualifier, 7-6 (7/2), 6-3, 6-1 to reach the third round.Reynolds was the last American man standing and his defeat under the Centre Court roof means that the for the first time since 1912 there will not be a male player from his country in the third round.Djokovic, the 2011 champion, goes on to face either Jeremy Chardy, the French 28th seed, or German qualifier Jan-Lennard Struff.Their match was one of eight left uncompleted as heavy rain brought the first delays of the week.Djokovic admitted he had been wary of Reynolds after Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal had both been shocked by opponents outside the top 100.Reynolds, the last of 11 US men who started in the main draw on Monday, believes the American decline is only temporary.“There are young college players, but I think they have a lot of potential. Maybe, just a couple years hopefully a good one’s coming,” he said.Defending women’s champion Williams and Date-Krumm, two players with a combined age of 73, set up an intriguing clash for a last 16 place. Top seed Williams extended her winning streak to 33 matches, just two behind the record set by sister Venus in 2000, with a 6-3, 6-2 win over French 19-year-old Caroline Garcia, who she also beat at the French Open.Williams, 31, chasing a sixth Wimbledon title and 17th major, wrapped up victory, the 599th of her career, in 67 minutes with 30 winners and nine aces.Date-Krumm, 42, reached the third round, 17 years after she last did so at Wimbledon, with a 6-4, 7-5 win over Romania’s Alexandra Cadantu, 19 years the Japanese’s junior, to become the oldest woman to make the last 32 at the All England Club.The previous oldest player was Britain’s Virginia Wade, who was 39 years and 362 days old when she made the same stage in 1985.Despite their many years on tour, Williams and Date-Krumm have never played each other.Date-Krumm made the semi-finals in 1996 where she lost to Steffi Graf before taking what turned out to be a 12-year break from tennis.After the shock-waves of Wednesday, which saw Federer and Maria Sharapova knocked out, the number of second round injury pull-outs reached a tournament record nine. French players Michael Llodra (hamstring) and Paul-Henri Mathieu (neck) were the latest to give up although Llodra attracted criticism when he continued to play doubles.LONDON, England — Novak Djokovic of Serbia plays a return to Bobby Reynolds of the United States during their Men’s second round singles match at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon here, yesterday.