Image courtesy of EnagásNatural gas demand in Spain in February closed the month with a 16.9 percent increase year on year, reaching 34.1 TWh, according to the Spanish LNG terminal operator, Enagás.The increase in demand came mostly from the industrial sector as a response to the lower temperatures which also spurred the rise in demand for natural gas used in power generation.Enagás noted that industrial sector, which represents over 50 percent of the total natural gas consumption, used up 17.3 TWh in February, adding that the consumption kept rising since May 2016.Conventional demand, which covers use by homes, businesses and industries, grew 15.5 percent in February compared to the corresponding month in 2016 reaching 29.6 TWh.The increase in electricity demand boosted the demand for natural gas from the power generation sector which saw an increase of 26.9 percent, reaching 4.5 TWh, Enagás said.
Work under the Post Florence Renourishment project continues to progress eastward towards the Summer Winds (Indian Beach), informs the Carteret County Shore Protection Office.According to the county officials, the dredge Liberty Island is now going to be accompanied by the second dredge, the Ellis Island.The second dredge will arrive on the site a couple of days earlier than first scheduled, starting the pumping operations in the 1st week of April.The officials also added that both dredges will work in tandem to complete the Reach 1 in East Emerald Isle.The Post Florence scheme – awarded to the Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company (GLDD) – will utilize 945,446 cubic yards of sand obtained from the Offshore Dredged Material Disposal Site (ODMDS) associated with Morehead City Federal Navigation Project.Emerald Isle (EI), Indian Beach (IB), and the unincorporated area of Salter Path (SP) will receive 617,131 cy, 271,905 cy, and 56,410 cy, respectively along 5.2 miles of shorelines.The Post Florence Project is scheduled to be completed by April 30, 2019.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram UBI World TV, who provided paid Greek television channels, has ceased trading. The bankrupt company has removed their website and have told subscribers to contact their voluntary administrator’s office. In a short message, they call for all subscribers who have paid subscriptions in advance and are no longer receiving transmission to contact the voluntary administrator. Receivers are now in efforts trying to sell off assets, which UBI World TV believes will result in “the provision of future channel and broadcast services to their subscribers”. UBI World TV said in a statement to their subscribers, ‘UBI World TV has been proud to have served the multicultural communities of Australia and New Zealand for the past 7 years and would like to thank each and every loyal subscriber for their support. Thank you and goodbye’. For inquires about subscriptions, please contact: BRI Ferrier GPO Box 7079 Sydney NSW 2001 Fax: 02 8263 2399 Email: [email protected]