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Lukoil begins test production at Komandirshorskaya Group fields in Russia

first_img Lukoil begins test production at three Komandirshorskaya Group’s oil fields in Russia. (Credit: LUKOIL.). Russian energy firm Lukoil has commenced test production at three oil fields of the Komandirshorskaya Group in the Nenets Autonomous District.The three oil fields include Komandirshorskoye, North Komandirshorskoye and West Komandirshorskoye.The energy firm said that the initial recoverable reserves of the fields are expected to be at 11 million tonnes.Oil produced at the fields will be transported to the Kharyaginsky Central Oil and Gas Gathering PointLukoil said that the production has begun at all the three geological structures of the groupThe oil produced at the fields is transported to the Kharyaginsky Central Oil and Gas Gathering Point for further treatment.Lukoil said that the Komandirshorskaya Group oil fields which were discovered in 1986 are located within the Layskiy Bar of the Timan-Pechora Oil and Gas Province, Nenets Autonomous District.The Komandirshorskaya Group infrastructure development project includes the construction of a gathering system and capacities for oil and gas treatment.It includes pipelines, control facilities, measuring units, separator units, tanks, a 35kW overhead power line and a substation to supply power to the facilities of the fields.The energy firm said that the development of reserves in the Nenets Autonomous District is claimed to be one of the company’s strategic priorities.Furthermore, Lukoil is planning to begin development of the neighbouring North Mishvanskoye and Simbeyskoye fields in the next few years.In February, the company announced the results of the reserves assessment and independent audit as of 31 December 2019.According to the SEC classification, the company’s proved hydrocarbon reserves totaled 15.8 billion barrels of oil equivalent, 76% of which stood for liquids.Lukoil’s proved hydrocarbon reserves life is 18 years. The three oil fields include Komandirshorskoye, North Komandirshorskoye and West Komandirshorskoyelast_img read more

New measures to clamp down on rogue landlords

first_imgFresh proposals designed to crackdown on rogue landlords who force susceptible tenants to reside in substandard, overcrowded properties, have been announced by the Housing Minister Brandon Lewis.The suggestions made by the DCLG and the Housing Minister intend to make it easier for local authorities to raise standards in houses used as shared homes by extending mandatory licensing to smaller and medium sized properties, in order to bring an end to callous landlords who exploit their tenants and charge them extortionate rents to live in cramped conditions.The existing rules apply to homes of three storeys, but it has now been suggested that the rules also apply to more shared homes, including those that are one-two storeys, as well as poorly converted blocks of flats and flats above and below shops, while Mr Lewis also wants to set a minimum size of rooms in line with existing overcrowding standards.Additionally, the Government is reviewing the information requirements when applying for a licence in order to simplify and speed up the process.The discussion paper is available to view at https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/extending-mandatory-licensing-of-houses-in-multiple-occupation-and-related-reforms.Responses are due on 18th December 2015.The Housing Minister (left), who was a keynote speaker at The Negotiator Conference & Expo, last week, commented, “It is simply unacceptable that people are living in cramped, unsafe accommodation provided by landlords who are more interested in a quick profit than the safety or welfare of their tenants.“The actions of these rogue landlords are helping fuel illegal working, benefit fraud, and illegal immigration by creating a shadow housing market that carries dangers to people’s health as well as communities.“The Government is determined to crack down on rogue landlords and these measures, alongside those in the Housing Bill, will further strengthen councils’ powers to tackle poor-quality privately rented homes in their area.”new rules Housing Minister Brandon Lewis rogue landlords crackdownn on rogue landlords The Negotiator Conference & Expo fresh proposals November 13, 2015The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles 40% of tenants planning a move now that Covid has eased says Nationwide3rd May 2021 Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 Home » News » New measures to clamp down on rogue landlords previous nextRegulation & LawNew measures to clamp down on rogue landlordsHousing Minister Brandon Lewis has vowed to ‘crack down’ on ‘rogue landlords’.The Negotiator13th November 20150651 Viewslast_img read more

Self-driving electric water taxi – the future is here, are we part of it?

first_img// MATE RIMAC AS THE AMBASSADOR OF OUR TOURISM. THE SECOND PART An ingenious solution that can be ideal for transporting tourists to relieve traffic in our sea destinations, and is interesting to all cities on rivers and lakes. For example, Paris is developing a “flying water taxi” or SeaBubbles along the Seine. And the first Danish electric ferry started operating last year in this homeland of diesel marine engines. Norway is a pioneer in the production of driverless electric water taxis, and these electric ferries could be a revolution in the age of fighting climate change. Photo: Screenshot zeabuz.com TOP SENSORS PROVIDE SAFE DRIVING We have everything, we just have to be proactive and start dealing with market development. Opportunities are around us and the only question is whether Croatia will be the leader of the trends or we will again stay on the sidelines and miss another opportunity. Why drive around the cities when you can by river or sea and take an electric taxi. They have no drivers and are small, do not produce carbon dioxide, and tourists can call them at the touch of a button. As we know, nautical is the first to open and the last to close the tourist season in our tourism, and with a fleet of over 4.300 vessels, more than 140 nautical tourism ports, over 17.000 berths and over a million cruise passengers, Croatia is certainly nautical superpower and one of the most important nautical destinations not only in the Mediterranean but also globally. The cars will be used all the time, they will cover more than 250 thousand kilometers a year, and one robo-taxi, Rimac believes, and reports Index.hr, and adds that robo-taxis will be able to replace 20 traditional vehicles. This means that four million such taxis will be able to replace half of the one hundred million vehicles in the United States. Namely, the movement is ensured by the use of state-of-the-art sensors with which these self-driving ferries will be able to detect everything around them and safely move around bathers, other boats and other immovable objects in the water such as buoys. The sensors send the data to the control system, which makes a decision on the place of landing so that passengers can safely reach their destination. In order to be user-friendly, the docks will be placed in the places that best suit the passengers, and as it is a small and compact vessel, it will travel under all bridges with ease. In addition to selling Zeabuza to cities in Norway, the company also wants to help international partners design and build similar ferries in places with numerous waterways such as New York, Sydney, Istanbul, London, Amsterdam and Hong Kong. Many places have already launched sustainable public water transport projects. NUMBER OF CITIES LAUNCHED SUSTAINABLE WATER TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS Can we take advantage of the current situation, knowledge and all resources and make ships (small or large) that will be electrically powered? It is only a matter of time before that transformation will take place. In fact, it is already happening. Why not have electric water ferries in a country where tourism is the most important industry. Zagreb is our capital on the water along the Sava with huge traffic problems, maybe this solution is also for the transport of passengers through our metropolis?center_img And where is Croatia? We have great designers and innovators, we have the best electric car in the world. By revitalizing the city’s waterways, Zeabuz announces that it will reduce harmful emissions, noise pollution, but also traffic jams in cities, while protecting human health and the environment. These electric self-driving ferries in Norway will connect and integrate with existing land public transport infrastructure to provide people with a more sustainable and environmentally friendly way to travel. In Croatia, HT has introduced a 5G network, which is a prerequisite for autonomous vehicle driving, acceleration of digitalization as well as in general for the development of the IT scene and various other implications for the modern economy. For example, as an incentive for the further development of health tourism. We are introducing visas for digital nomads, and this narrative and direction of development would certainly attract digital nomads, but also attract various IT companies that would move offices to Croatia. Also, we could activate the sea electric highway with the aim of relieving road traffic, which is a big problem visible to us as soon as we get off the highway. We need to better connect the islands. Also, this would increase the daily migration of tourists to visit as many destinations as possible, and thus would directly increase the tourist consumption and overall satisfaction of tourists with the entire destination. Zeabuz will thus transport passengers on batteries by waterways in Norway in towns and villages along the coast where boat trips are frequent, with an emphasis on minimal environmental impact. Given that these taxis are driverless, this technology could cause insecurity and discomfort to users, but this start-up emphasizes that all safety standards have been met and extensive checks have been made. Also, many IT companies are already working with the auto industry, such as Infinum, a leading Croatian software design and development company, which in partnership with Porsche Digital founded a new company Porsche Digital Croatia. For a couple of years now, there has been constant talk about the activation of the green electric highway, which would be a great stimulus for tourism, the economy, as well as for positioning and branding Croatia. We as a state must put ourselves in an entrepreneurial mindset Source: Lonelyplanet.com, Index.hr The goal is to merge all points (ideas, resources, potentials, knowledge) into one story through a clear vision of strategic development. This is the idea of ​​a Norwegian start-up Zeabuz who announced that in 2021 he will launch his “self-driving” ferry or water taxi. The capacity of this electric vehicle is 12 passengers, and the suburban ferry passengers call at the touch of a button on their phones. Emission-free public transport was first developed by researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in 2018, and Zeabuz is well on its way to “throwing it out on the water” and starting to transport passengers for a year. Absolutely logical and natural, with all the above potentials and stories. Also, this is an opportunity for Croatia to be the leader of the 3rd generation wave of investment and development of the automotive industry. An opportunity we must not miss. On the other hand, we have a story about Tesla, there is Mate Rimac who said a few days ago that in ten years most vehicles will be autonomous, connected, electric and shared, which is an opportunity for Croatia because new business models are being created. “Everything will totally change, the complete picture of the automotive industry”, Said Rimac, calling for the initiative for Croatia to be a center for electric and autonomous vehicles. Photo: Screenshot zeabuz.comlast_img read more