AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreThe hunger and pain weren’t the worst of Victoria Grover’s ordeal as she shivered alone for four days with a broken leg and no food in Utah’s rugged wilderness.The toughest challenge the 59-year-old faced was the severe cold which left her suffering with hypothermia as nighttime temperatures dropped to the low 30s in the high desert.(WATCH the video below)ABC Breaking News | Latest News VideosAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore
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The Operator of the BassGas Joint Venture in permit T/L1, Origin Energy, has provided a preliminary reassessment of reserves for the Yolla field based on new data obtained from the recently drilled Yolla-5 and Yolla-6 development wells, in Bass Basin, Tasmania.According to AWE Limited, a partner in the project with 35% stake, interpretation of log and pressure data obtained from Yolla-5 and Yolla-6 has resulted in a reduction in the estimated original gas in place for the field, although further technical work is required to validate this estimate.Whilst recognising the need for further analysis, AWE said it has chosen to adopt the preliminary reassessment of the Operator and reduce its share of reported remaining 2P Reserves for the Yolla field by 5.5 mmboe, down to 13 mmboe (as at 30 June 2015).After the 19.3 mmboe increase in 2P Reserves in the company’s Sugarloaf project, the Yolla reduction represents 5% of the company’s total remaining 2P Reserves of approximately 100 mmboe, AWE said.The company added that it expects to recognise a non-cash impairment of the carrying value for the BassGas asset of between $100 million to $110 million after tax in its full year accounts.AWE’s Managing Director, Bruce Clement, said: “The updated reserves at Yolla will result in less gas production later in the field life, but overall it is not expected to have a material impact on production or cash flow during the next three to four years. We anticipate production from the field will increase to a rate close to the facilities’ capacity of 67 TJ/day, once the Yolla-5 and Yolla-6 development wells are brought on-stream.”“AWE will now consider accelerating development feasibility studies for the Trefoil field in adjacent permit T/18P to determine if its 2C Contingent Resources of 17 mmboe (AWE share) can be developed earlier as an incremental project to Yolla production,” he said.Clement also added: “AWE will continue to focus on progressing its major development projects, particularly the appraisal drilling and early development of the Waitsia gas project in Western Australia”.AWE further said it will undertake further detailed assessment of the Yolla field reserves prior to the release of its Reserves and Resources report to be published in the company’s 2015 Annual Report.The BassGas project consists of the Yolla offshore well head platform connected by pipeline to the gas processing facility at Lang Lang, Victoria. The Yolla platform is located in Bass Strait, approximately 140km offshore from Kilcunda, Victoria.Other two BassGas JV partners in T/L1 are Toyota Tsusho with 11.25% and Prize Petroleum with 11.25% interest.[mappress mapid=”2197″]
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Related TopicsSuburban League National Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. After a busy night of high school football, here’s some results from the Suburban League National along with some updated standings.Barberton 56 Cuyahoga Falls 21North Royalton 21 Highland 7 (GAME HALTED IN THE 2ND QUARTER, TO RESUME 12:30p SATURDAY)Wadsworth 21 Medina 17 (GAME HALTED AT HALF, TO RESUME @ 3pm SATURDAY)Stow 50 Solon 19 Strongsville 14 Brecksville 7 (GAME HALTED WITH 9:21 LEFT 2nd QUARTER, TO RESUME 4pm SATURDAY)Mayfield 27 Nordonia 0 (GAME HALTED WITH 7:07 LEFT 2nd QUARTER, TO RESUME 6pm SATURDAY)Aurora 23 Twinsburg 0 (GAME HALTED IN 3RD QUATER, TO RESUME 10am SATURDAY)Hudson 27 Brush 6 (GAME HALTED with 35 SECONDS LEFT 3RD QUARTER, TO RESUME AFTER JV GAME SATURDAY)StandingsStow 3-0 (0-0)Cuyahoga Falls 2-1 (0-0)Wadsworth 2-0 (0-0)Brecksville 1-1 (0-0)Nordonia 1-1 (0-0)North Royalton 1-1 (0-0)Twinsburg 1-1 (0-0)Hudson 1-1 (0-0) Matt Loede
Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) — NASCAR recently banned the Confederate flag from its raceways, and angry protestors have defaced and toppled statues commemorating Confederate, and in some cases Union, figures from the Civil War. Another big target to many is one of the most famous uses of the Confederate flag: the one painted atop that blaze orange ’69 Dodge Charger, the General Lee, in The Dukes of Hazzard. The Hollywood Reporter asked the classic series’ stars John Schneider, Tom Wopat and Ben “Cooter” Jones, and the show’s creator, Gy Waldron, about the serious controversy surrounding the arguably silly show.“I have never had an African American come up to me and have any problem with it whatsoever,” says Bo Duke’s alter-ego, John Schneider. He added, “the whole politically correct generation has gotten way out of hand.” But Wopat, who played Luke Duke, allowed, “The situation in the country has obviously changed in the last 40 years. I feel fortunate to be living in a time when we can address some of the injustices of the past.”However, he adds, “the car is innocent.”Ben Jones, who played Cooter the mechanic, and later became a Democratic Georgia congressman, agreed. “This was a family show. Black families watched it for generations.”Jones added digitally removing the General Lee’s flag in future airings of the show “would be like taking the ‘S’ off of Superman’s chest.”Incidentally, Jones runs a chain of Dukes-themed stores called Cooter’s Place.Lenoxburg, Kentucky native Waldron, now 87, says he “wholeheartedly support the Black Lives Matter movement and its quest to address racism around the world,” but acknowledges, “I had relatives fight on both sides of the Civil War and…No one even connected the Confederate flag with slavery. It was simply a part of our Southern culture.”By Stephen IervolinoCopyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Brooke Palmer(LOS ANGELES) — Opening in wide release on Friday:* Jigsaw — The eighth installment of the Saw franchise centers on a new series of gruesome murders that lead police to a killer known as Jigsaw — who has been dead for ten years. Starring Tobin Bell. Rated R.* Thank You for Your Service — Miles Teller stars in this drama, based on true events, which takes a bold and unflinching look at the lives of several servicemen coming home from the Iraq war as they grapple with issues such as PTSD and the complexities of getting help from institutions like the Department of Veterans Affairs. Hayley Bennett and Amy Schumer also star. Rated R. (NOTE TRAILER CONTENT)* Suburbicon — This dramedy — co-written and directed by George Clooney and starring Matt Damon and Julianne Moore — centers on a home invasion that rattles the tranquility of an idyllic community. Oscar Isaac also stars. Rated R.Opening in limited release on Friday:* All I See Is You — Blake Lively stars as a blind woman whose relationship with her husband — played by Jason Clarke — changes when she regains her sight and realizes he’s threatened by her newfound independence. Rated R.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related
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The aim of the cycle is simple. Killimor wants to raise funds for a charity which has been doing tremendous and unbelievable work the length and breadth of the country combating and preventing the taboo that is suicide. The club will do everything within their power to get the word out on behalf of Pieta House to let people know that there is always someone to talk to!The club will also be raising funds in the process for their own community orientated GAA club, which for many evenings throughout the year is a hive of activity and a place where lifelong friendships are built! Shane McLearn joined John and Gerry on Over The LineAudio Playerhttps://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/sports.podcast/CROKE+PARK+TO+KILLIMOR.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.For more information, or to register for the cycle please contactGer 087 9734937 orPadraig 087 9479058print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Next Saturday, a cycle is being undertaken from GAA Headquarters to one of the Country’s oldest Clubs to raise funds for both Pieta house and Killimor GAA.
The largest ever Connacht Youth Cups draw takes place tomorrow (Tuesday) when 128 teams from 23 clubs will learn their opponents for the 2018/19 competitions.In total there are 9 Boys and Girls Cups ranging in age from U13 to U18.5. The U13 Cup will feature 19 teams, with 18 teams in the U14 and U15 competitions, while the U16, U17 and U18.5 Boys Cups will be contested by 17, 12 and 15 teams respectively.New for this year in the Girls Cup competitions is the inclusion of an U14 Cup. This will be contested by 11 clubs, such is the growing number of girl’s minis and youths players in the province. The U16 and U18 Cups will feature a combined 18 teams, meaning a record 29 Girls teams will take part in this season’s Youth Cups.The Girls Cup finals are scheduled for 3rd March 2019 at The Sportsground with the Boys Cup finals penciled in for the same venue on the weekend of 7th and 14th April 2019 (exact date and kick-off time TBC).The draw will be held at the Sportsground’s Heineken Rugby Clubhouse tomorrow evening and will take place in conjunction with the launch of the Connacht Rugby Player Ambassador Programme. This programme involves each Connacht club being designated two pro players who will act as Club Ambassadors for the remainder of the season and will be made available to the club for visits and coaching/skills sessions.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email