The program will be developed in partnership with consortium members and operators Eni and Cairn Energy PLC, from the 4th quarter of 2019 through the 1st quarter of 2020 Image: Citla Energy launches exploration drilling program at the Istmo Salinas Basin. Photo: Courtesy of David Mark from Pixabay. Citla Energy, a Mexican independent oil company, announced the beginning of its exploration drilling program in shallow water in the southeast of the Gulf of Mexico, at the prolific and under-explored Salinas del Istmo basin, the same region where top class field Zama was discovered in 2017 and where important discoveries such as Amoca-Mizton-Tecoalli and Hokchi are being developed.The program will be developed in partnership with consortium members and operators Eni and Cairn Energy PLC, from the 4th quarter of 2019 through the 1st quarter of 2020. The initial program includes three wells in contract areas 7 and 9 of Round 2.1. Together, such areas total 1,153 Km². Drilling will take place in 100 – 500 m water depth and 40 – 70 Km offshore of the Mexican states of Veracruz and Tabasco, with a total estimated investment of US $165 million. The results of this initial effort will determine next steps in this exploration campaign.Alberto Galvis, CEO, Citla Energy commented: “We are thrilled and proud to begin our exploration drilling program. The assets have huge potential and the project’s implementation is moving forward according to plan and contract terms”. Source: Company Press Release
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For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The United States of America (USA) sealed the ICC ODI status after their win over 84-run Hong Kong on Wednesday. “Tonight’s the night everyone’s been waiting for…@usacricket claim ODI status under the leadership of Captain America!” tweeted ICC. The historic moment came a day after Oman joined the elite group of nations holding One-Day International status. Sitting strong on top of the table, Oman won its third successive game in ICC’s WCL Division Two in Windhoek, Namibia on Tuesday which ensures the Sultanate will be among the top four sides to have earned the much-coveted One-Day International status for the next two and a half years.Oman, and the other top three teams in the top four, joined the UAE, Scotland and Nepal in the new ICC World Cricket League Division Two 2019 and play as many as 36 ODIs over a period of 30 months. Oman coach Duleep Mendis had said before leaving for Namibia that qualifying for the ODI status would be among their foremost goals in Namibia and they would be fighting hard to achieve that.Left-arm paceman Bilal Khan bowled superbly, taking four wickets, while Jatinder Singh batted sensibly against Hong Kong to make sure Oman secured its third successive win as the only unbeaten side in the six-nation tournament.
The North Africans are well noted for their football antics and Adepoju urged the Super Eagles to be wary of that.“There are so many antics that the North Africans can put up. The team just needs to be careful and not play into their hands. We just have to concentrate on our game plan and also play our own politics,” he said.The Desert Foxes have been claiming that a number of their star players are injured, but the former Nigerian international said it could be part of the antics of the Algerians. He said he would not be surprised if those players listed as injured feature against Nigeria.“We should just be ready for any player they ‘throw in the ring’. It’s a game of 11 players against 11,” he noted.Asked if he has any advice for the coach concerning today’s match, he said: “Gernot Rohr knows what he is doing, he is very experienced. I am aware he too is ambitious and qualifying Nigeria for the World Cup would definitely enhance his CV. I think he is the right person for the job and he’s already doing a great job for the team considering the way he has related with them, his intelligence and the working ethics he brought.”Headmaster, as he was fondly called by admirers during his playing days, is optimistic that Nigeria would hoist its flag in Russia.“Why would anybody think Nigeria would not qualify because it is the ‘group of death’? As a matter of fact, that should be a big motivation for the players to go out and put in their best. We just have to be optimistic. All the team needs from us is our support because questioning and criticising would only amount to distraction for the team, which is what they don’t need now,” he noted.Adepoju would however not admit if these crops of Eagles player have the same zeal and hunger as those of his colleagues that defeated Algeria in the US ’94 qualifiers.“One cannot really compare this present team with the team I played in, because we belong to different generation. But this team has shown enough hunger by beating Zambia at their home ground. The olden days Eagles were different, the commitment was different, but there is always a new beginning. This new players are going to make something good for us. In all competitions, the first game is always very important and after defeating Chipolopolo in their first group game, the team is now confident of winning their remaining next matches,” the former Real Madrid B Team player noted.One Nigerian player that has been performing exceptionally well for his club (Chelsea) is Victor Moses and Adepoju is hoping that he would be able to replicate his club’s performance in the national team.“What he’s doing in Chelsea is very important and I believe when a player is playing very well for his club, it should reflect on his national team.”Asked if the Super Eagles coach should play him in the same role he’s playing for his club, Mutiu said: “Moses has his way of playing, but coaches are different from one another. Wherever position the coach wants him to play is where he would place him.”Adepoju came into prominence during the U-20 World Youth Championship in 1989 in Saudi Arabia where he proved how deadly he could be with his head in the box. Soccer fans will not forget in a hurry his two goals against the United States of America in the semi-finals of the competition en route Flying Eagles winning the silver in the WYC.“My two goals against the United States in the World Youth Championship (Under 20) in Saudi Arabia will remain memorable to me and always recall the moment with nostalgia because my goals took Nigeria to the final of the competition for the first time. The match we played against Algeria was also memorable. Super Eagles 3-2 victory against Spain at the 1998 World Cup was also one moment I will cherish for life and I was one of the scorers for Nigeria that beautiful day. That Spanish side was one of the best in history but we stopped their ambition,” Adepoju recalled.After his exploit in Saudi Arabia at the WYC in 1989, Mutiu Adepoju joined Real Madrid reserve team, where he emerged as the highest goal scorer in the Spanish Segunda Division in the 1991/92 season which made the Spanish Football Federation to offer him Spanish citizenship but the former Shooting Stars player opted to represent Nigeria at the 1992 Africa Cup of Nations in Senegal and helped Nigeria win the bronze medal after losing to an Abedi ‘Pele Ayew inspired Ghana in the semifinal where the Super Eagles won bronze.The former Julius Berger of Lagos midfielder however regretted not putting on the colours of Spanish giants, Real Madrid.“Not playing for Real Madrid senior team is one regret I’ll take to my grave. Though the team had a lot of renowned players in their side, I felt I was still good enough to wear the team’s jersey but then the European rule then forbidding more than three foreign players in a team for any game was hindrance to my ambition,” Adepoju noted.Recalling his experience in Spain the former Racing Santander said: “On the whole, it was a fantastic experience.Initially, the first challenges we faced when we got there was the language barrier, we were like deaf and dump, but after sometime, we adapted and picked the language and the peoples’ culture. We spent more than 20 years in Spain; by and large it was a fantastic experience. We had all our children there.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Ahead of today’s Super Eagles 2018 World Cup qualifier match against the Desert Foxes of Algeria, former Nigerian international, Mutiu Adepoju, who was part of the team that stopped the Algerians en route USA ‘94 Mundial is optimistic that Nigeria will win the match. Kunle Adewale reportsMatches between Nigeria and Algeria often generate a lot of heat and today’s encounter at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State will not be different. The fact that a ticket to the 2018 World Cup slated for Russia is at stake makes it more intriguing. One man who understands what it takes to cross such hurdle is Mutiu Adepoju. He said, “The mindset of the players should be getting into the field, doing the job and picking the three points at stake which is very important. For them to be in a good stead for a place at the World Cup, the three points on Saturday is very important, most especially after winning their first match against Zambia.”
31 Jul 2014 England field four new caps for Boys Home Internationals England has included four new caps in its squad for the Boys Home Internationals being played at Western Gailes in Scotland on 5th – 7th August. The newcomers, all having been capped at under 16 level, are Harry Hall (West Cornwall), Matty Lamb (Hexham, Northumberland), Jamie Li (Bath, Somerset) and Jonathan Thomson (Lindrick, Yorkshire). The members of the six-strong side that finished fourth in the recent European Boys Team Championships in Oslo are also included, Jamie Dick (Forest Hills, Gloucestershire), Haydn McCullen (Delamere Forest, Cheshire), Bradley Moore (Kedleston Park, Derbyshire), Marco Penge (Golf at Goodwood, Sussex), Jack Singh Brar (Remedy Oak, Dorset) and Ashton Turner (Kenwick Park, Lincolnshire) while Jake Storey (Alnmouth, Northumberland) completes the line-up. McCullen, Moore, Penge and Singh Brar were members of the England side that finished second behind the winners, Ireland, in last year’s event at Forest Pines in Lincolnshire. Hall, who will celebrate his 17th birthday on 6th August, won the Welsh Youths Open Championship earlier this year. He was also represented England Golf in the Irish Boys Open and the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters, finishing equal eighth in the latter. Lamb, 16, finished runner-up in this year’s Fairhaven Trophy and equal fourth in the English under 16 Championship for the McGregor Trophy. A former winner of the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters, he also finished fifth in the McEvoy Trophy. Li (image copyright Leaderboard Phtography), 17, lost a three-way playoff for the Carris Trophy, the English Boys under 18 Championship, last year when he also finished equal fourth in the Daily Telegraph Junior Championship in Portugal. This year, he has finished tied sixth in the McEvoy Trophy and seventh in the Fairhaven Trophy. Thomson, 18, is a former North of England under 16 champion who helped Yorkshire win the Boys County Finals in 2012, winning four of his five games. He finished third in the 2013 Fairhaven Trophy and third in this year’s Darwin Salver. Also in 2014 he has represented England Golf in the German Boys, Irish Boys and Dutch Junior Opens. Dick, 18, earned his first boys cap in the recent European Boys Team Championships having won this year’s Darwin Salver and lost a playoff for the Welsh Open Stroke Play Championship. He also finished equal fourth in the Welsh Youths Open Championship and represented England Golf in the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters. McCullen, who will turn 18 the day after the internationals, is the English boy champion following his playoff victory over Moore in the recent Carris Trophy at Moor Park. Last year’s Lancashire County and boy champion, he was a member of the Lancashire team that won the Men’s County Finals at Minchinhampton, while this year he has also won the McEvoy Trophy. Moore, 16, has been highly successful in recent years. He won the English Boys under 14 Championship in 2011, finished second in the under 16 championship last year and lost the playoff to McCullen for the 2014 under 18 title. In 2013 he won the McEvoy Trophy and the European Young Masters and was a semi-finalist in the British Boys. This year he has won the Irish Boys Open, finished runner-up in the McEvoy ad well as the Carris Trophy. Penge, 16, was England under 15 and under 16 champion in 2013 and has won the Fairhaven Trophy for the past two years. He became a boy cap last year when he also won the Douglas Johns Trophy and was fourth in the European Young Masters. This year he has finished runner-up in the Darwin Salver, tied third in the McEvoy Trophy and equal fourth in defending his English under 16 title. Singh Brar, 17, a boy international for the past three years, enjoyed a successful 2013 in which he won the Berkhamsted Trophy, the South of England Boys and the under 17 title at the Irish Boys Open. He also finished runner-up in the Duke of York Young Champions and the Daily Telegraph Junior Championship. This year he finished tied fourth in defence of the Berkhamsted Trophy and equal eighth in the Darwin Salver. Storey, 18, the English under 16 champion in 2012, has just won the Northumberland County Championship. Last year, when he earned his first boy cap, he finished third in the South of England Boys while in 2014 he has finished equal sixth in the McEvoy Trophy and was a member of the trio that finished second in the Carris Trophy Nations Cup. Turner, 18, has also been a boy cap for the past three years. A former Lincolnshire boy champion, in 2013 he won the Bernard Darwin Salver and the Daily Telegraph Junior Championship and finished runner-up in the McEvoy Trophy. This year, he reached the last 32 of the Amateur Championship and finished sixth in the Darwin Salver during which he had a hole-in-one. England has claimed 18 victories in the Boys Home Internationals, losing the title to Ireland last year having been champions for the previous two years.
BILL NEAL:10—I am kicking this one off with the ongoing Legends Series…I am just telling you what Kenny Durrett told me, and when Kenny Durrett talked basketball, people listened. And I quote, “Look, when it came to that team, Petey…aka Petey Gibson…handled the ball and there was none better. And I was a big man that could do small man stuff. But Marv Snowden could do it all . . . Marv could just play. He did it all and well and he would “D” you up the moment he got off the bus!” So if K.D. said it…well, you know. (And please you so called basketball historians, try to remember the night Marv Snowden came home with the West Virginia team he played for and came off the bench to drop 24 on the Panthers. Yep, the stuff legends are made of!!!:09—Needless to say, I could go on until Christmas about the owner of the L.A. Clippers and his super stupid, but real racist comments that by now you’ve heard about. But I won’t. I will tell you this, anytime a man pimps his so-called girlfriend out by telling her she can sleep with Blacks, but don’t hang around them at the games tells you this…IF – IT – LOOKS – LIKE – A – DUCK – AND – WALKS – LIKE – A – DUCK – AND QUACKS – LIKE – A DUCK – MMMAAANNN – IT’S – A – DAMN – DUCK! Yes, boys and girls, you can change behavior, but you can’t change attitudes!