(Credit: C Morrison/ Pixabay.) Italian oil and gas company Eni has announced the discovery of new gas in the Mediterranean Sea offshore Egypt.The gas was encountered after the drilling of the first exploration well in the North El Hammad license, in the conventional Egyptian waters of the Nile Delta, on the prospect called Bashrush.Eni stated: “The discovery further extends to the west the gas potential of the Abu Madi formation reservoirs discovered and produced from the so-called “Great Nooros Area”.”Locate 11km from the coast, the gas discovery was made in 22 meters of water depth. It is also 12km North-West from the Nooros field and about 1km west of the Baltim South West field, which are currently in production.Eni said that it discovered a single 152 meters thick gas column at the Messinian age sandstones of the Abu Madi formation.Eni and partners with now test the discovery well for productionThe block partners that include Eni, BP and Total will now test the well for production.Eni said: “In parallel with the development activities associated with this new discovery, Eni will continue to explore the “Great Nooros Area” with the drilling, this year, of another exploration well called Nidoco NW-1 DIR, located in the Abu Madi West concession.“The discovery of Bashrush is further demonstration of the effectiveness of Eni’s “incremental” exploration strategy, aimed at selecting high value opportunities and ensuring fast development of the new discoveries through existing infrastructures.”In coordination with the Egyptian Petroleum Sector, the block partners are set to commence screening the development options of the new discovery.The development of the discovery is expected to be fast tracked for production through synergies with the area’s existing infrastructures.Eni, through its affiliate IEOC, is operator of the North El Hammad concession with a 37.5% stake while BP holds a 37.5% stake and Total the remaining 25% interest.In February, Eni and its partners made new oil discovery on the Saasken exploration prospect in Block 10, located in Cuenca Salina in the Sureste basin offshore Mexico. In coordination with the Egyptian Petroleum Sector, the block partners will now commence screening the development options of the new discovery
Home » News » Housing minister reveals dates for Christmas bailiff evictions truce previous nextRegulation & LawHousing minister reveals dates for Christmas bailiff evictions truceChris Pincher reveals how long it will last in response to a written question from Liberal Democrat MP Sarah Olney.Nigel Lewis23rd September 202001,428 Views Letting agents will not be able to instruct bailiffs to complete evictions between 11th December 2020 and 11th January next year, the government has confirmed.The ‘Christmas truce’ on bailiff evictions in England was announced last week but the dates have only now been confirmed.The announcement was made by housing minister Chris Pincher (pictured) in a characteristically low-key manner, tacked the announcement onto the end of a written answer to a question by Liberal Democrat MP Sarah Olney.She had wanted to know if tenants under threat of eviction but not covered by the six-month notice period extension for evictions to six months would receive support.This minister said its current support package for financially struggling tenants was enough, and then revealed the Christmas truce dates.Bailiff guidance“In addition, guidance will also be issued to bailiffs highlighting that they should not enforce possession orders in places where local public health restrictions have been introduced by government through legislation,” he said, confirming the government’s previously stated plans.At the moment, this covers large areas of the UK where existing local restrictions exist including in parts of Leicester, Bolton, Greater Manchester and the North East, North West, West Midlands and West Yorkshire.More local lockdowns are expected as the government attempts to keep a lid on the rising ‘second wave’ of Covid infections in England.Bailiff local lockdowns christopher pincher evictions September 23, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’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 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
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