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Rapid growth in China’s natural gas consumption has outpaced growth in its domestic natural gas production in recent years. China’s natural gas imports, both by pipeline and as liquefied natural gas (LNG), accounted for nearly half (45 percent) of China’s natural gas supply in 2018, an increase from 15 percent in 2010.To increase domestic production of natural gas, the Chinese government has introduced incentives for several forms of natural gas production, a report by the U.S. Energy Information Administration says.Natural gas production has recently grown in China largely because of increased development in low-permeability formations in the form of tight gas, shale gas, and to a lesser extent, coalbed methane.In September 2018, the Chinese State Council set a target of 19.4 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) for domestic natural gas production in 2020. In 2018, China’s domestic natural gas production averaged 15.0 Bcf/d.In June 2019, the Chinese government introduced a subsidy program that established new incentives for the production of natural gas from tight formations and extended existing subsidies for production from shale and coalbed methane resources. This subsidy is scheduled to be in effect through 2023.In addition to the changes in the subsidy program, the government allowed foreign companies to operate independently in the country’s oil and natural gas upstream sector, EIA notes.Production of tight gas, shale gas, and coalbed methane collectively accounted for 41 percent of China’s total domestic natural gas production in 2018. China has been developing tight gas from low-permeability formations since the 1970s, especially in the Ordos and Sichuan Basins. Tight gas production was negligible until 2010, when companies initiated an active drilling program that helped lower the drilling cost per vertical well and improve well productivity.Shale gas development in China has focused on the Sichuan Basin: China National Petroleum Corporation’s (CNPC) unit PetroChina operates two fields in the southern part of the basin and the China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) operates one field in the eastern part of the basin. PetroChina and Sinopec have respectively committed to produce 1.16 Bcf/d and 0.97 Bcf/d of shale gas by 2020, which, if realized, would collectively double the country’s 2018 shale gas production level.China’s coalbed methane development is concentrated in the Ordos and Qinshui Basins of Shanxi Province. These basins face significant challenges, including relatively low well productivity and relatively high production costs.China also generates synthetic natural gas from coal, a source that accounted for 2 percent of China’s natural gas production in 2018. China’s synthetic gas projects involve gasifying coal into methane in coal-rich provinces, such as Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang, and Shanxi. In 2016, the Chinese government hoped to reach 1.64 Bcf/d of coal-to-gas production capacity by 2020. China’s coal-to-gas production was less than 0.3 Bcf/d in 2018 as stricter environmental mandates have slowed down plant construction and increased the cost of further developing coal-to-gas.
ICC World Cup Cricket Score highlights, AFG vs AUS ICC World Cup 4th Match: Australia beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets
New Delhi: Defending champions Australia has an amazing last year as they defeated both India and Pakistan in their home conditions. The team even won both of their warm-up games played against the host England and Sri Lanka. On the other hand, Afghanistan is being considered a tough competitor in the tournament which was quite evident when they defeated Pakistan in their first warm-up game by three wickets but failed to put down the host England and lost by nine wickets. Aaron Finch-led Australian side is all set to lock horn with Gulbadin Naib and Co in their first official game of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 at County Ground in Bristol. Catch all the live and important updates from the match here. (LIVE SCORECARD)Highlights: 23:50 hrs IST: Maxwell comes out and finishes the game in one ball with boundary 23:48 hrs IST: Smith Smith tries loose shot and lose wicket, AUS 205/3 after 34.4 overs23:45 hrs IST: After 34 overs, Australia need just 4 runs to secure victory against Afghanistan 23:40 hrs IST: With just 17 runs required to win, AUS are 191/2 after 32 overs23:32 hrs IST: After 30 overs, Australia are 180/2 with Smith (6) and Warner (6) at crease23:20 hrs IST: 27 overs gone, AUS 164/2 with Smith and Warner at job in the middle 23:11 hrs IST: Rashid Khan removes Khawaja at 15, Australia lose their second 23:04 hrs IST: David Warner hits fifty in his comeback match, AUS 147/1 after 23 overs22:59 hrs IST: After 21 overs, AUS 128/1 with Warner and Khawaja at crease22:44 hrs IST: With the end of 18th overs, Australia 103/1 with Warner and Khawaja out in the middle 22:36 hrs IST: Australia lose first wicket in Aaron Finch, AUS 96/1 after 16.2 overs22:32 hrs IST: AUS 87/0 after 15 overs22:24 hrs IST: After 13 overs, AUS 69/0 with Finch and David Warner at crease22:20 hrs IST: Another SIX by Aaron Finch22:14 hrs IST: With just one run added to the total, AUS 55/0 after 10 overs22:08 hrs IST: SIX! by Aaron Finch22:05 hrs IST: Another MAIDEN OVER by Hamid Hassan22:00 hrs IST: After 7 overs, AUS 44/0 with Finch and Warner out in the middle 21:50 hrs IST: David Warner hits his first international boundary in 15 months.21:47 hrs IST: Just 5 runs off the overs, AUS 29/0 after 4 overs21:44 hrs IST: After 3 overs, AUS 24/0 with Finch (20) and Warner (4) out in the middle 21:41 hrs IST: SIX! by Aaron Finch to Mujeeb Ur Rahman21:40 hrs IST: MAIDEN OVER by Hamid Hassan21:35 hrs IST: After 1 over, Australia are 10/0 with Aaron Finch (9) and David Warner (1) at crease21:05 hrs IST: Afghanistan bowled out at 207 in 38.2 overs21:00 hrs IST: Rashid Khan splendid innings comes to an end 20:58 hrs IST: Rashid Khan to Adam Zampa, SIX!20:56 hrs IST: After 37 overs, Afghanistan are 198/8 with Rashid Khan and Mujeeb Ur Rahman out in the middle 20:55 hrs IST: Mujeeb Ur Rahman gets lucky, hits SIX to Pat Cummins20:52 hrs IST: Rashid Khan smashes Marcus Stoinis, hits 21 runs off the over, AFG are 187/5 after 36 overs20:49 hrs IST: SIX! by Rashid Khan to Marcus Stoinis20:45 hrs IST: Daulat Zadran is send back to pavilion by Pat Cummins at 420:41 hrs IST: Najibullah departs at 51, Stoinis picks his second20:37 hrs IST: Marcus Stoinis picks his first wicket, Afghanistan lose sixth wicket 20:35 hrs IST: Najibullah hits his 10th fifty, AFG 160/5 after 33 overs20:30 hrs IST: Gulbadin Naib smashes ball for a SIX, AFG are 153/5 after 32 overs20:25 hrs IST: FOUR by Najibullah to Starc, AFG are 143/5 after 31 overs20:15 hrs IST: DRINKS BREAK!, AFG are 134/4 after 30 overs20:11 hrs IST: Expensive over for Australia by Adam Zampa, (1,1,4,4,6,6) AFG are 129/5 after 29 overs20:05 hrs IST: MAIDEN OVER by Coulter-Nile, Afghanistan are 107/5 after 28 overs19:55 hrs IST: First boundary by Najibullah, AFG are 98/5 after 25 overs 19:47 hrs IST: Afghanistan are 90/5 after 23 overs19:44 hrs IST: With two boundaries in the over, Afghanistan are 86/5 after 22 overs19:40 hrs IST: A WICKET MAIDEN by Marcus Stoinis, AFG are 77/5 after 21 overs19:36 hrs IST: RUN OUT! Mahammed Nabi departs at 7 19:34 hrs IST: 20 overs gone, AFG are 77/4 with Gulbadin Naib and Mahammed Nabi in the middle 19:30 hrs IST: Rahmat Shah misses half-century, departs at 43. Afghanistan are 75/419:20 hrs IST: After 18 overs, Afghanistan are 73/3 with Mohammed Nabi (5) and Rahmat Shah (42) at crease19:15 hrs IST: FOUR! by Rahmat Shah to Adam Zampa19:14 hrs IST: After 15 overs, Afghanistan are 58/3 with Rahmat and Nabi out in the middle 19:00 hrs IST: Hashmatullah Shahidi departs at 18, Afghanistan loses its third wicket, Zampa takes his first 18:58 hrs IST: Afghanistan completes 50 runs mark in the 13th over18:52 hrs IST: Steaky shot for FOUR but Hashmatullah Shahidi won’t mind it18:48 hrs IST: FOUR by Rahmat Shah to Marcus Stoinis18:45 hrs IST: Another good over by Coulter-Nile, AFG are 33/2 after 9 overs18:37 hrs IST: After 7 overs, Afghanistan are 30/2 with Rahmat and Shahidi at crease18:35 hrs IST: Slashed between the gap for FOUR by Rahmat18:32 hrs IST: FOUR! by Rahmat to Cummins18:30 hrs IST: Two more runs in the over, AFG 19/2 after 5 overs 18:25 hrs IST: With just 6 runs added to the total, AFG are 17/2 after 4 overs18:20 hrs IST: After 3 overs, Afghanistan are 11/2 with Shahidi (5) and Rahmat (4) out in the middle 18:15 hrs IST: FOUR! by Hashmatullah Shahidi18:12 hrs IST: OUT! Hazratullah Zazai caught behind an wicket to Cummins, AFG 5/2 after 1.2 overs18:10 hrs IST: NO BALL by Pat Cummins 18:08 hrs IST: WICKET! Mitchell Starc continues from where he left off in the 2015 World Cup. He strikes in his first over and Mohammad Shahzad goes for a three-ball duck. Afghanistan are 0/1 in 0.3 overs. 17:35 hrs IST: Australia (Playing XI): Aaron Finch(c), David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey(w), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam ZampaAfghanistan (Playing XI): Mohammad Shahzad(w), Hazratullah Zazai, Rahmat Shah, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Najibullah Zadran, Mohammad Nabi, Gulbadin Naib(c), Rashid Khan, Dawlat Zadran, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Hamid Hassan17:30 hrs IST: Afghanistan have won the toss and opt to bat against Australia 17:28 hrs IST: Probable Afghanistan XI: Mohammad Shahzad (wk), Hazratullah Zazai, Rahmat Shah, Asghar Afghan, Najibullah Zadran, Mohammad Nabi, Gulbadin Naib (c), Rashid Khan, Hamid Hassan, Mujeeb-ur-Raham, Dawlat Zadran Probable Australia XI: David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith, Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Carey (wk), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa17:25 hrs IST: Toss is about to happen in few minutes17:10 hrs IST: Afghanistan’s opening #CWC19 match is just over an hour away. 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11 April 2008George Bernard Shaw once said that newspapers are “unable to discriminate between a bicycle accident and the collapse of civilization”.South Africa would do well to consider this whenever its ability to host the 2010 Fifa World Cup is called into question. No sooner had South Africa secured the rights to host the event (after a gruelling six-year campaign) than the rumblings started. As far back as 2006, we heard about the “contingency plans” and rumours that Australia was in the running to step in as hosts.Ironically, it took an Australian to put the situation into perspective: “At the moment, people are comparing the finished product in Germany and the current product in South Africa, and that is grossly unfair,” said Michael Palmer, the former head of Fifa’s operations in South Africa.Two recent UK media reports have again stirred up a hornet’s nest. The first stated that local Premier Soccer League matches were being played after midnight “because power for the floodlights cannot be guaranteed before that time”.The second – just a week ago – claimed that Fifa had been forced to build a £400-million contingency fund to cater for the possible collapse of the 2010 World Cup. A newspaper quoted a source as saying that “the problem is they need 10 stadiums and some of these are rugby grounds that are run-down and in a very bad condition”.Fifa demanded a retraction, saying it is public knowledge that reserves are built among other reasons to be able to cope with a World Cup cancellation, “and we have never made any reference to 2010 in particular”.In a recent media interview, Local Organising Committee CEO Danny Jordaan said there was only one way to deal with South Africa’s detractors: “We have to say nothing to them. We have to continue to do hard work, to show the state of readiness.”Irrespective of how South Africa’s 2010 preparations continue to unfold over the next two years, the chances are that we’re in for a rough ride in terms of international media coverage.Certainly, we face formidable problems and challenges – like the hosts of other mega events – but nobody can question the extraordinary progress that has been made to achieve the goals that were set out when we began this challenge.Urquhart is a former Fifa World Cup media officer and the current editor of Project 2010
25 September 2013The new Springbok Experience rugby museum opened its doors to the public at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town on Heritage Day on Tuesday, and was given an enthusiastic thumbs-up by Springboks and former national captains.Springbok captain Jean de Villiers was the first official visitor to the new attraction, closely followed by the rest of the Springbok squad and former national team captains, all of whom were wowed by the world-class new installation – before the doors were thrown open to the public at the sounding of the noon gun.The VIPs and players were taken on a tour of the two-storey building which features an interactive “Springbok Trials” skills zone, a flagship Springbok Shop and a series of museum galleries charting the history of South African rugby.Unique“The Springbok Experience is a museum which is arguably unlike anything seen in South Africa before,” Jurie Roux, the CEO of the South African Rugby Union (Saru) said at the opening.“We have worked with one of the world’s leading sports museum designers to create a unique and compelling experience for the general visitor as well as rugby fans.“It will be a bricks-and-mortar, 364-day-a-year opportunity for rugby supporters from home and overseas to interact with rugby and the Springboks. [The Experience is closed only on Christmas Day]“It’s a world-class visitor attraction in the middle of one of Africa’s most visited destinations promoting our great game and team.”‘An unbelievable experience’Current Springbok captain Jean de Villiers was blown away by the museum, commenting: “It is an unbelievable experience and tells a telling story of the impact rugby had and still has on our country. It even, as I’ve just learned inside, resulted in a ceasefire during war so that a rugby match could be played. It shows the power of rugby.”His predecessor and Rugby World Cup 2007 winning captain John Smit said it made him “proud all over again to be associated with the Springboks and to know that this brand has such an impact on society”.He said: “It displays the unique and colourful history and past of our rugby incredibly well and accurately. I would advise everyone to come and visit, and to experience one of the world’s most unique brands.”‘A captivating story’Former captain Dawie de Villiers agreed: “This will attract all ex-players, and not only Springboks. It is not only an interesting, but also a very captivating story of the divisions of our past. It also tells very clearly that we have reached the point where everyone can move on and support one team in solidarity.”Peter Jooste, another of the former captains in attendance, had similar sentiments. “This brings closure to a lot of people, as it tells the true story of rugby from all sides of the spectrum. I am very proud of this and young and old should come and visit the Springbok Experience. It really brings unity,” he said.It was a moving experience for Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer, who said: “It is a very emotional experience and makes you realise how special it is to be part of it. There is a great emotion to see all the heroes from your past, but then you also realise what responsibility comes with being part of the Springboks. I would like to congratulate Saru for this initiative.”DesignThe two-storey Springbok Experience design was produced by Mather & Co of Wilmslow in the UK. Their credits include the award-winning Wimbledon lawn tennis museum, the five-storey National Football Museum in the UK and they recently completed their work on the IOC museum in Lausanne.In conjunction with South African attraction installation specialists, Digital Fabric, which works on visitor attractions around the world, and other South African service providers, the project was completed in 10 months.The challenge to the designers was to produce a fun and engaging visitor experience, which has been achieved through a varied approach to the exhibits, which include beautiful object displays, state-of-the-art technology, large-scale audio visual projections and intimate touchscreens to allow visitors to delve deeper.FeaturesThe Experience features more than 20 interactive touch screen exhibits, a total of 64 monitors and 20 projectors, an eight-minute film presentation in a mini Springbok cinema, more than 20 audio-visual exhibits and mechanical interactive exhibits for children.The technology supports the storyline as Saru and the designers worked with a number of historians, players past and present, and specialists to develop the content themes and narrative structures in the museum.It provides an insight into South African society and culture through the eyes of rugby.‘More than just a game’“Rugby in South Africa is much more than just a game and it was important to us that rugby and the Springboks had a new home that everyone could be proud of,” said Roux.“We believe we have achieved that and that the Experience will become a ‘must-visit’ for all rugby supporters.”The Springbok Experience is open at the V&A Waterfront every day (except Christmas Day) from 10:00 to 18:00.SAinfo reporter
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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The December 2019 Miami East-MVCTC FFA Member of the Month is Justin Hawkins. He is the son of Darla and Randy Hawkins. He is a junior and third year member of the Miami East-MVCTC FFA Chapter.Justin was a recent member of the District FFA Food Science and Technology Career Development Team. Justin was the highest placing individual from Miami East at the District competition. Justin has attended FFA Camp, assisted with the Cruise-in for Suicide Prevention event, and is the Co-Chair of the Safety Committee in which he helped with the fall seatbelt awareness event. Justin’s Supervised Agricultural Experience Program consists of a large vegetable garden.Every month of the school year the Miami East-MVCTC FFA will select a student to be the FFA Member of the Month. The officer team will nominate one member that has been actively involved in the FFA chapter, school and community activities. If selected, the member will be recognized at the monthly FFA meeting, have their picture displayed in the Miami East Ag Room, and will receive a special accolade in celebration of their accomplishment.
Kylian Mbappe’s sudden rise in the football world is comparable only to that of Lionel Messi’s, says Nacer ChadliThe Paris Saint-Germain forward’s incredible progress at the World Cup this summer has caught the eye of many observers with Mbappe having suddenly become a global icon following his stunning performances for France.At 19 years old, Mbappe has become the youngest Frenchman to score at a World Cup game and also recently became the first teenager to score twice in the tournament since the legendary Pele for Brazil in the 1958 World Cup final against Sweden.Chadli, who scored a vital winner for Belgium in their 3-2 win over Japan in the last 16, is under illusions over how difficult it will be for the side ahead of their semi-final clash against France and Mbappe.Revealed: Florentino Perez’s plan to sign Kylian Mbappe Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 12, 2019 According to a report from ‘El Chiringuito’, Florentino Perez revealed his plans to sign Kylian Mbappe from PSG next season.We all knew this was…“What Mbappe is doing at his age, I have never seen before,” said the 28-year-old, according to ESPN.“Except, perhaps, Messi.“Mbappe is hard to stop — he is fast, has plenty of quality, and he is very technical.”Mbappe has scored a total of three goals in his five appearances for France at the World Cup.
Santiago Solari has expressed delight at the opportunity of managing a club like Real Madrid after he was named the interim coach following the exit of Julen Lopetegui.Solari, 42, said he is determined to make the most of his opportunity. The former Castilla boss will lead Real Madrid to their Copa del Rey tie away to third-tier side Melilla on Wednesday.A good result in the Cup and league game fixtures may convince the club to hire the gaffer with rumours of uncertainty over the appointment of a new manager circulating the Spanish press.Mourinho: “Lionel Messi made me a better coach” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho believes the experience of going up against Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi at Real Madrid made him a greater coach.“In life, and in this profession, everything changes quickly. The important thing is the day to day, what we do each day, the hopes we put in every day,” he told Xinhuanet, when asked about his future.“I am very excited, very satisfied to be here. To work at Real Madrid is a great opportunity, the most beautiful, of any job,” he told the expectant press.“This is a group of champions, warriors, who have won many things for this club. The situation is not the easiest, but I see them very motivated to turn it around,” he insisted.
Ian Wright has praised the performance of the England national team under the guidance of Gareth Southgate.Wright, who was working as a pundit for ITV, watched the Three Lions defeat Croatia 2-1 in their final group game of the UEFA Nations League to progress to the semis.Asked to give Southgate a grade for the year, he said, according to Daily Mail:“Massive progress, talking A+. A++ [if England had won the World Cup]. I’m not going A-, I’m going A+, really progressive, really happy… The mere fact the fans are backing him now, they’re looking forward to international games now. A+”Meanwhile, Wright reserved praise for Harry Kane, who, despite missing a few chances early on, continued to get into the right areas and eventually scored the winner for England.Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.‘When you’ve got a manager who’s going to keep you on, Harry Kane is like Lineker, Shearer, Owen, Rooney. They will stay on. If they do miss a chance like that, probably they’re going to get another chance somewhere later on in the game.’After the game, Gareth Southgate also praise Kane, calling the Spurs striker, the ‘best goalscorer in world football.’“Harry Kane knows he’s going to stay on and he knows he’ll get a chance and probably will score,” said Wright.England will be in the Nations League semifinals which take place in Portugal, starting in June 2019.
Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie has warned his teammates against surprise league leaders Kilmarnock ahead of both team’s clash this weekend.A 2-0 victory for Kilmarnock against Livingston on Wednesday coupled with a defeat for Rangers against Aberdeen and a draw for Celtic at Motherwell saw Steve Clarke’s men move to first position on the standings.The champions are yet to beat Kilmarnock since Clarke was appointed as manager but could topple them off the top of the league with a victory this weekend.However, given Kilmarnock’s remarkable consistency over the last two years since Clarke was appointed as manager, Christie is adamant that every Celtic player sees Killie as a viable threat to their ambitions of winning an eighth successive title.“We’ll treat Kilmarnock with respect because they are where they are on merit – this isn’t a fluke,” said Christie, according to Daily Mail.Johnston is disappointed after being injured Manuel R. Medina – September 11, 2019 Celtic winger Mikey Johnston was disappointed to miss Scotland Under 21 national team’s victories over San Marino and Croatia, and he hopes he can return to play soon.“They’ve played some good football and they’re always such a hard team to come up against. They’ve done really well. Their manager has done a brilliant job, although I think you saw glimpses of that last season.”“The boys in the dressing room have been saying the whole league is now more competitive; there are no easy games, home or away. You have to be on top of your game to do well against anyone.”“Out of all the teams at the top of the league, they’re the team with the least pressure on them because – with all due respect – they’re not expected to be there.”“It’s probably a nicer feeling to be coming in without that pressure, but we’re used to the pressure at Celtic and of wanting to be at the top and win every game.”“That’s why it hurts so much when we don’t win, like the other night at Motherwell. We’ll be ready to deal with that pressure on Saturday and hopefully, we’ll pick up the win.”