Corinth to supply pipes for Energean’s project off Israel

first_imgKarish field; Image source: CenergyCorinth Pipeworks Pipe Industry has signed an agreement with TechnipFMC for the manufacture and supply of the steel pipes for Energean’s Karish gas field development offshore Israel.Cenergy, Corinth Pipeworks’ parent company, said last Thursday that the agreement covers 90 kilometers of 24″ and 30″ LSAW pipe material for the offshore gas pipeline.The pipeline connects the subsea manifold at a maximum water depth of 1,750 meters to the receiving terminal onshore.The company added that the pipe manufacturing and coating would begin at the Corinth Pipeworks facility in Greece later in 2018.“This award for a deepwater pipeline project is another milestone in the development of Corinth Pipeworks’ growing presence in the upstream offshore energy business segment,” the company said.To remind, Energean Oil & Gas, operator of the Karish field, awarded an iEPCI contract for the full field development of the field to TechnipFMC back in late March.The execution of this contract covers the design, procurement, construction and installation of the complete subsea system, a floating production storage and offloading unit (FPSO) designed to allow the subsequent tie-back of the Tanin field, the pipeline system, and the onshore pipeline and valve station at the receiving station.TechnipFMC was previously awarded a $1.36 billion contract for the construction of an FPSO. The oilfield services provider then chose Sembcorp Marine to undertake the engineering, procurement and construction of hull and living quarters for the FPSO.The company was also the contractor for Concept and Front End Engineering Design (FEED) for the Karish and Tanin development.last_img read more

Fantasy Football Injury Updates: Doug Martin, Isaiah Crowell impacting Week 14 RB rankings

first_imgWeek 14 Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | KickerIs Doug Martin playing Week 14?UPDATE 2: Martin is officially ACTIVE.UPDATE: NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports Martin is expected to play today.After reportedly practicing in full early in the week, Martin still wound up as “questionable” for Sunday’s game against Pittsburgh. It seems likely that Martin will play, and if he does, he’s still a low-end RB2. If he’s out, C.J. Anderson and Jalen Richard would head up a committee that would leave both out of lineups in standard leagues. Richard would still have FLEX value in PPR leagues.WEEK 14 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end Four key RBs (Melvin Gordon, James Conner, Kerryon Johnson, Matt Breida) have already been ruled “out” this week, which leaves only two potential starting running backs (Doug Martin, Isaiah Crowell) on the Week 14 active/inactive bubble. Still, every player — and every start ’em, sit ’em decision — matters in the fantasy playoffs, so you can bet more than a few fantasy football owners will be looking for the latest injury updates on these ball carriers.We’ll have official statuses for both backs once they’re released, so check back during the day. For more on injured QBs Matthew Stafford and Joe Flacco, click here; for more on banged-up WRs, including T.Y. Hilton and Doug Baldwin, go here. To get the Week 14 weather report, check here. Follow us on Twitter (@SN_Fantasy) for more updates and advice. Is Isaiah Crowell playing in Week 14?UPDATE: Crowell is officially ACTIVE.A toe injury kept Crowell out of practice on Wednesday and Thursday, and he wound up being listed as “questionable” ahead of Sunday’s game against Buffalo. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported late Saturday night that Crowell is expected to play.Crowell is coming off a 21-carry, 98-yard game in Tennessee, so he would still be in the low-end RB2 range if he’s active in this favorable matchup. If he is a surprise scratch, Elijah McGuire and Trenton Cannon would split time, with McGuire functioning as a FLEX and Cannon not having much value outside of low-end PPR FLEX upside.last_img read more