Image courtesy of Sempra EnergyExports of liquefied natural gas from projects in the United States edged down during the week ending March 25. A total of 15 vessels departed U.S. LNG export facilities between March 19 and March 25, United States Energy Information Administration notes.The combined LNG-carrying capacity of the 15 tankers was at 55 billion cubic feet. This compares to 16 cargoes in the previous week with a combined LNG-carrying capacity of 59 Bcf.Out of the 15 cargoes, seven departed from Cheniere’s Sabine Pass LNG facility, three were shipped from the Freeport LNG plant and two cargoes each departed the Cameron LNG and Corpus Christi LNG facilities. The remaining cargo was shipped from the Cove Point LNG export plant in Maryland.EIA further noted that natural gas deliveries to liquefied natural gas export terminals jumped for the week reaching 9.2 Bcf/d, up from 8 Bcf in the previous week.Notice: LNG World News is soon to become part of a new environment Offshore-Energy.biz. This platform will provide you with daily news in the full spectrum of the markets and topics relevant to the energy transition. We will continue to provide you with all the relevant insights into the LNG market, in a new outfit.LNG World News Staff
HBLB ups prize money commitment by 50% July 31, 2020 Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has announced a marketing partnership with content driven horse racing website GG.co.uk, giving the firm a future entry point into the UK horseracing market as it strives to become the “market leader in all aspects of sports betting”.With the Cheltenham Festival just around the corner, GiG are to deliver event and targeted digital paid marketing services from their office in Copenhagen, whilst also taking an “important step” in the utilisation of innovative technologies.Colin Jelfs, Managing Director of GG.co.uk, commented: “Over the years, GG.co.uk has concentrated on building a base of quality content from excellent contributors and providing an effective platform from which to source daily racing information. “We’re excited to be working with the team from GiG, and the capabilities they have within paid marketing, which to date has been unknown territory for us. We’re sure that we can do great things together.” The first of its kind partnership for the online gambling company will see the strategic targeting of horse racing enthusiasts, to offer best informed decisions for picking a winner, with both partnerships focusing on their particular strengths.GG.co.uk is to continue to provide expert knowledge and content, while GiG are set to handle all paid media for the brand.Richard Brown, Chief Digital Officer of GiG, added: “The end game for GIG is to be a market leader in all aspects of the world of sports betting. “And the ability to use our proprietary odds marketing technology in a competitive landscape like horse racing is a great opportunity for us, and with Colin & GG.co.uk we have the right publishing partner to deliver exciting results for both parties.“I am excited to launch a first partnership of this kind. GG.co.uk is a leading horse racing site and we believe there is a vast untapped opportunity to strike similar partnerships with other affiliates across other sports.” GiG lauds its ‘B2B makeover’ delivering Q2 growth August 11, 2020 Related Articles Share Share StumbleUpon GiG ups code security oversight with Checkmarx July 10, 2020 Submit
If you’re not a fan of keeping the Xbox One controller with you on the couch when watching TV, but don’t want to shout at your television to change the channel, Microsoft has announced the Xbox One Media Remote to help you out.A separate remote control for a console that can be almost entirely controlled with a wave of the hand or a spoken word may not seem like a necessary item, but there’s plenty of users out there who disagree. The Xbox One didn’t offer a remote control at launch, despite being positioned as the all-in-one entertainment console that you can plug your cable box into. The setup really demands a universal remote of sorts, and soon it appears you’ll be able to buy one.The remote is expected to give the user control over volume and a dedicated One Guide button that gives you channel control as long as you are in a country that supports it.The controller is backlit and motion sensitive, so as soon as you pick it up the keys will start to glow. You’ve got basic media control functions that will apply to all of the video apps for the console, as well as the menu buttons seen on the Xbox One controller. It’s pretty much exactly what you would expect from an Xbox One media remote, complete with a design that matches the standard Xbox controller.As soon as the controller is available in stores and online, you’ll be able to add it to your Xbox One arsenal for $25. It basically puts everything you would normally do with your voice into a package that is significantly smaller than the Xbox One controller. And if you kick or drop it off the sofa, it’s not going to accidentally change the channel, or worse, get damaged like the standard controller could.