– escape with appliances, moneyA Zeelugt, East Bank Essequibo (EBE) family is now counting the losses suffered after bandits broke into their home and made off with several appliances and a quantity of cash. The incident occurred in the wee hours of Saturday after Denis Ferrier and his wife left their Phase Two, Zeelugt home to ply their trade at the Meadow Bank Wharf, Greater Georgetown.Guyana Times understands that the couple secured their home and ventured out just after midnight and upon their return around 08:00h on the day in question, they found their two-storey home broken into.“When we were leaving, we took off all the lights, but after returning home, we saw the lights on. Then when we came inside, the house was ransacked,” Ferrier related to this newspaper.He added that from checks made around the house, it was discovered that bandits entered the home after removing several louver panes from a window located at the back of the bottom flat.According to Ferrier, the perpetrators took off with his flat-screen television from the upper flat, two amplifiers and four gas bottles from the bottom flat. The couple are also missing $250,000One relative indicated that it appeared as though the perpetrators knew the victims’ movements as they broke into the house only after the couple left.Ferrier told this newspaper that he went to report the matter at the Leonora Police Station, and the ranks there took his statement and sent him away, promising to visit the house to process the scene. However, up to Saturday evening, no one had shown up.Efforts by this publication to contact senior officials from D Division (West Demerara) for a comment on the matter proved futile.Ferrier further related that this is the second time he has been robbed and he has received the same treatment from the Police.He noted that his vehicle was broken into and ‘cleaned out’ sometime back and the Police had shown no serious interest in investigating the matter.
392 Moorina Rd, Moorina.In the kitchen are stainless steel appliances, a breakfast bar and plenty of bench and storage space.The residence boasts a timber staircase linking the two levels, each which features a living area.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019Other features in the residence include tiled flooring on the ground level, ceiling fans, carport parking for four vehicles and a two-car garage. 392 Moorina Rd, Moorina.“The spring-fed and catchment dams throughout the property offer great water for cattle on every paddock,” he said.“An impressive set of Leichts cattle yards with loading ramp, calf race and cradle, hydraulic crush, hydraulic draft, concrete race and troughs complements the lane way system.“In addition, there are multiple sheds, a grass tennis court that could easily be converted into a horse arena and a flat track motorcycle track, perfect for the kids. “The topography includes cleared rolling paddocks, native timber and vegetation on the ridge line.“Newly renovated, the five-bedroom house has never been lived in. “The property is 50 minutes from Brisbane and 10 minutes from Burpengary.” DETAILS 392 Moorina Rd, MoorinaAuction: Level 26, 111 Eagle St, Brisbane, December 15, 10.30amAgent: Jez McNamara and Andrew Goodall, Ray White Rural Queensland 392 Moorina Rd, Moorina.Set on a large 127ha site, Moorina enjoys views to Moreton Bay and the Glass House Mountains.The property is capable of running 80 cows and calves and includes 14 paddocks and a reticulated water system. 392 Moorina Rd, Moorina.The eastern and southern portions of the property comprise of cleared rolling green hills with a ridge line enjoying the vistas to Moreton Bay and the Glass House Mountains.There are six large dams on the property as well as semipermanent creeks.Ray White Rural Queensland marketing agent Jez McNamara said old fig and bunya trees offered not only shade for cattle but great spots for kids to play. 392 Moorina Rd, Moorina.Recently renovated and extended, the five-bedroom residence rises over two levels with covered patios to the front and rear on the ground level and a wraparound covered veranda on the upper level.There are 3m ceilings to create a spacious and light-filled environment within the residence.
Paris, FranceJanuary 24 1997Transformation in the rail industry – strategic responses to competition. Nick Tribe, The Economist Conferences, 15 Regent Street, London SW1Y4LR, Great Britain.Fax: +44 171 240 8830London, Great BritainJanuary 28 1997The development of surface access links to airports. Chartered Institute of Transport, 9 Grosvenor Gardens, London SW1W0BH, Great Britain.Fax: +44 171 233 7611London, Great BritainJanuary 29 – 31 1997The seamless journey: creating, managing & marketing the multimodal journey. February 10 – 11 1997Passenger & infrastructural investment in the new railway.Both conferences: AIC Conferences, 2nd Floor, 100 Hatton Garden, London EC1N8NX, Great Britain.Fax: +44 171 242 1508Stuttgart, GermanyMarch 5 – 7 1997Eurocargo ’97. Huss-Verlag GmbH, Joseph-Dollinger-Bogen 5, D-80807 München, Germany.Fax: +49 89 323 91 416London, Great BritainMarch 12 – 13 1997Competitive Opportunities & Critical Commercial Issues in Pan-European Rail Freight. SMi Ltd, No 1 New Concordia Wharf, Mill Street, London SE12BB, Great Britain.Fax: +44 171 252 2272Amsterdam, NetherlandsMarch 13 – 14 1997European Rail ’97. Adam Smith Institute, Conference Division, 11-13 Charterhouse Buildings, London EC1M7AN, Great Britain.Fax: +44 171 490 8932Hong KongMarch 18 – 20 1997Asia Rail ’97. IIR Ltd, 20/F Siu On Centre, 188 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong.Fax: +852 2507 5666Paris, FranceMarch 19 1997Euromodal ’97. UIC, 16 Rue Jean Rey, 75015 Paris, France.Fax: +33 1 44 49 20 29Hanoi, VietnamMarch 19 – 21 1997Vietnam Transport Infrastructure Congress ’97. IBC Asia Ltd, 268 Orchard Road, #18-02, Singapore 238856.Fax: +65 733 5087Lille, FranceMarch 20 – 21 1997The Channel Tunnel Experience – Lessons for the Future. CT97 Secretariat, Institution of Electrical Engineers, Savoy Place, London WC2R0BL, Great Britain.Fax: +44 171 240 8830Cape Town, South AfricaApril 7 – 11 19976th International Heavy Haul Association conference – Beyond 2000. Danie Van Zijl, Spoornet, Paul Kruger Building, Wolmarans Street, Johannesburg 2000, South Africa.Fax: +27 11 773 2393York, Great BritainApril 23 – 24 1997Train Maintenance Tomorrow … and beyond. Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1 Birdcage Walk, London SW1H9JJ, Great Britain.Fax: +44 171 222 4557Utrecht, NetherlandsApril 23 – 25 1997Rail Tech Holland conference and exhibition. Europoint BV, Johan H J Haarhuis, PO Box 344, 3840AH Harderwijk, Netherlands.Fax: +31 341 425614Dallas, Texas, USAMay 13 – 15 199710th AAR seminar on hazardous materials. Cyndi Stone, Association of American Railroads, 50 F Street NW, Washington DC 200001, USA.Fax: +1 202 639 2204Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaMay 14 – 16 1997Exporail (Asia) 97, with associated seminars on vehicle & track performance. Interfama Brooks Exhibitions, Forum Place, Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL100RN, Great Britain.Fax: +44 1707 275544Yangon, MyanmarMay 22 – 26 1997Myanmar (Burma) Road & Rail Transport Expo ’97. KTK Kay, CP Exhibition, Room 1703, 109 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong.Fax: +852 2511 9692e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgLuzern, SwitzerlandMay 26 – 28 1997’Sustainable top achievements of the railways – Solutions for the long-term future’. Hans Wägli, Projektleitung Jubiläum 1997, SBB, Mittelstrasse 43, CH-3030 Bern, Switzerland.Fax: +41 512 20 40 99Stuttgart, GermanyJune 2 – 6 199752nd UITP World Congress and City Transport 97 exhibition. UITP, Avenue de l’Uruguay 19, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium.Fax: +32 2 660 10 72Washington DC, USAJune 8 – 12 1997American Public Transit Association 1997 Rapid Transit Conference. APTA, 1201 New York Avenue NWWashington DC 20005, USA.Fax: +1 202 898 4070München, GermanyJune 10 – 14 1997Transport 97. Messe München, Messegelände, D-80325 München, Germany.Fax: +49 89 5107 506Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaJuly 3 – 6 1997City Transport ’97. Blenheim Exhibitions (M) Sdn Bhd, 41-1, Jalan 109E, Desa Business Park, Taman Desa, Off Jalan Klang Lama, 58100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.Fax: +603 781 3720Seattle, Washington, USAJuly 19 – 23 19971997 International Highway/Rail Grade Crossing Safety Conference. Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University System, College Station, Texas 77843-3135, USA.Tel: +1 409 845 5817Web site: http://translink.tamu.edu /rail/hr_cross.htmHanoi, VietnamSeptember 10 – 12 1997Vietnam Transport Expo ’97. KTK Kay, CP Exhibition, Room 1703, 109 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong.Fax: +852 2511 9692e-mail: email@example.comGraz, AustriaSeptember 16 – 18 1997ÖVG Convention on Optimising Railway Track. ÖVG, Postfach 489, A-1010 Wien, Austria.Fax: +43 1 512 6998SingaporeSeptember 25 – 28 1997City Trans/Intertraffic/Intertransport Asia ’97. City Trans Asia Management Pte Ltd, 20 Kallang Avenue, 2nd Floor Pico Creative Centre, Singapore 339411.Fax: +65 292 7577e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTerni, ItalySeptember 23 – 25 19973rd International Conference on Urban Transport & the Environment for the 21st Century. Paula Doughty-Young, UT 97, Wessex Institute of Technology, Ashurst Lodge, Ashurst, Southampton SO407AA, Great Britain.Fax: +44 1703 292853e-mail: email@example.com
Oil major Shell and its partner Ithaca Energy (UK) Limited have taken a final investment decision on the Pierce Depressurization Project in the UK Central North Sea.FPSO Haewene Brim; Source: BluewaterThe move will enable Shell to start exporting gas from the Pierce field, Shell said on Thursday.“This important development of the Pierce field will allow us to unlock additional gas reserves for the UK’s homes and businesses, and value for our shareholders,” said Steve Phimister, Vice President Upstream and Director of Shell U.K. Limited.“It is Shell’s eighth final investment decision in the UK Continental Shelf since the start of 2018. Each is part of a careful and cost-effective strategic expansion of our North Sea capacity, in line with our core upstream focus on profitable investments and competitive growth opportunities.”Shell said that the investment would go towards modifying the existing floating production, support and offloading (FPSO) vessel, the Haewene Brim, which is owned and operated by Bluewater. The work also includes installing a subsea gas export line from the FPSO to the SEGAL pipeline, and the drilling of new wells.The Pierce development work has Oil & Gas Authority approval and will take place between 2020 and 2021. The Pierce field is then expected to produce more than 30,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day at peak production.Pierce is a joint venture between Shell (Shell share 92.52%) and Ithaca Energy (UK) Limited (Ithaca share 7.48%).Spotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today, please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.
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