One of the world’s leading publishing houses for travel guides and other travel information publications, American Fodor’s travel, and this year he published his popular “Fodor’s Go List“, Ie the list of destinations that must be visited in 2019, and Croatian national parks are also on this prestigious list. The announcement states that Croatia, in addition to the already well-known crystal clear sea on the coast, in its interior also offers equally well-preserved nature with numerous rivers, lakes and waterfalls, which are located in eight beautiful national parks. “The inclusion of Croatian national parks on this prestigious list is an additional confirmation of the exceptional natural wealth of our country, which is very much recognized in this segment in the world. Our preserved and untouched nature attracts a large number of tourists and I am sure that Croatia, after the publication of this list, will occupy an even stronger position on the world tourist map, especially among those travel lovers who prefer to visit unique natural sites. said CNTB Director Kristjan Stanicic.Every year, the editors of Fodors publish a list of destinations that they recommend to their numerous readers and followers. All destinations on the list will be promoted through a published article available through this one links, but also through the websites and social networks on which this American travel guide is active. Fodor Travel has previously published and Croatia Travel Guide which you can also use to promote our destination through social networks, and thus provide additional information about our tourist offer.
Italian energy conglomerate Eni and its Area 4 partners launched the hull of the Coral Sul floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) treatment and liquefaction facility at the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in Geoje, South Korea. The FLNG is part of the Coral South project that will put in production 450 billion cubic meters of gas of the Coral reservoir, offshore Mozambique.The launch marks the timely progress of the project, which exceeds 60 percent completion and is in line with production start-up by 2022, Eni said in a statement on Tuesday.The hull is 432 meters long, 66 meters wide and weighs approximately 140,000 tons.Its eight-story accommodation module, which will house up to 350 people, is also ready to be lifted and integrated with the hull system.Fabrication activities are also well underway for the 12 gas treatment and LNG modules, with all main equipment ready for integration and first deck stacking executed, Eni said.The FLNG will have a liquefaction capacity of 3.4 million tons per year (MTPA) and will be anchored at a water depth of around 2,000 meters by means of 20 mooring lines that weigh a combined 9,000 tons.Eni noted that drilling and completion activities for the six subsea wells that will feed the liquefaction unit are ongoing offshore Mozambique.