Vietnam is building a number of LNG-to-power plants, with the first project planned to be commissioned by 2023 AES to sign deal with PetroVietnam Gas. (Credit: LEEROY Agency from Pixabay) US-based power company AES is reportedly set to sign a deal with PetroVietnam Gas to develop a $2.8bn LNG import terminal and a power plant in Vietnam.At a virtual Indo-Pacific Business Forum, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was quoted by Reuters as saying: “Vietnam has given the green light to AES Corp. AES.N, a company based in Virginia, to go forward with the project.”Pompeo said that the deal, which could be “real win-win situation”, will allow Vietnam to import US LNG worth billions of dollars annually.Vietnam is building a number of LNG-to-power plants, with the first project planned to be commissioned by 2023, reported the news agency.The move is expected to see LNG become the country’s major energy source for its growing economy.Vietnam intends to import majority of its LNG from the USVietnam intends to import a majority of its LNG from the US, which seeks to narrow its trade deficit the Asian country.In 2018, PetroVietnam Gas commissioned the VND10tn ($439m) Ca Mau Gas Processing Plant in the Khánh An commune in U Minh District in the southernmost province of Ca Mau, Vietnam.The plant is capable of producing 600 metric tonnes of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) per day as well as 35 tonnes of condensate a day and other supporting products.Expected to cover about 10% of Vietnam’s LPG requirements, the Ca Mau Gas Processing Plant is equipped to have a daily capacity of 6.2 million m3 of gas. It also capable of storing 8,000 tonnes of LPG and 3,000m3 of condensate.
RelatedPosts Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea EPL: Chelsea, Liverpool in cagey duel Chelsea sink Brighton to make winning start Former Chelsea youth chief Michael Emenalo has revealed that one of their former managers urged Roman Abramovich to scrap the club’s academy.Emenalo, who spent a decade in various roles at Stamford Bridge before leaving in 2017, took responsibility for developing the club’s young players under bosses including Jose Mourinho, Andre Villas-Boas and Antonio Conte.He told the Telegraph: “I defended the academy when there was pressure and doubt and pessimism.“There was a time when there was a clamour to do more and a manager came in to make a presentation to say the academy was not necessary. The argument was it takes too long, we don’t have time, we should use it to make some money here and there, and that the owner should stop pumping money into it because it seemed like a waste.“But that wasn’t my idea and I had to fight against it. This is where I am very, very proud of the owner Roman Abramovich because of the trust he had in me and the willingness to listen to me and give the academy time. He would not abandon it. He believed in it and in me, and I can’t thank him enough for that.”Tags: ChelseaMicharl Emenalo
Fantasy football owners already received one major Week 14 injury shock when Odell Beckham Jr. (quad) was announced as “out” on Saturday despite not even being on the Giants final injury report. At this point, you can bet those in the fantasy playoffs will be double and triple checking the final active/inactive updates just to see if “questionable” WRs T.Y. Hilton, Danny Amendola, Doug Baldwin, and Keke Coutee are playing. We can be reasonably sure Sammy Watkins is out (see below), and both Julio Jones and Stefon Diggs didn’t wind up on their teams’ respective injury reports, so they should be good. Either way, fantasy start ’em, sit ’em decisions will not be easy.We’ll update this post with the latest news throughout the day, so check back frequently. For additional injury information on “questionable” QBs Matthew Stafford and Joe Flacco, check here; for more on dinged-up RBs, including Doug Martin and Isaiah, go here. Check out the Week 14 weather report by clicking here. You can also follow us on Twitter (@SN_Fantasy) for all the latest news and updates. Keke Coutee injury updateUPDATE: Coutee is officially OUT.Coutee (hamstring) was limited in practice this week, which is par for the course with him. He’ll once again be a game-time decision against the Colts.He had his big breakout against Indianapolis back in Week 4 (11-109), but given his currently limited play and Demaryius Thomas’s presence, Coutee isn’t a recommended starting option. If he’s out, Thomas would be a decent WR3 option. Week 14 Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | KickerIs T.Y. Hilton playing Week 14?UPDATE 2: Hilton is officially ACTIVE.UPDATE: ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Hilton will play today against Houston.After sitting out practice early in the week, Hilton (shoulder) returned to practice on Friday, and coach Frank Reich said he is “somewhat optimistic” Hilton will play against the Texans.Obviously, this will likely come down to a game-time call, but Hilton will remain a must-start if he’s active. When these teams met in Week 4, he had 115 yards on four receptions, and he remains a high-upside play every week. If he’s out, look for Dontrelle Inman and Chester Rogers to be the Colts top wide receivers, though it would be tough to start either given the matchup. Eric Ebron might get the biggest bump in value if Hilton is out.WEEK 14 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endDanny Amendola injury updateUPDATE: Amendola is officially ACTIVE.Amendola (knee) got in limited practices all week and is “questionable” for Sunday’s game against the Patriots.It seems likely Amendola will play, and he might have some FLEX value in PPR leagues. His biggest fantasy impact might be his affect on DeVante Parker, who takes a notable hit in value if Amendola is active.WEEK 14 DFS CASH LINEUPS: Yahoo | FanDuel | DraftKingsIs Doug Baldwin playing Monday night?Baldwin (hip) didn’t practice this week and is “questionable” for Monday night’s game against Minnesota. Baldwin played in Week 12 despite missing practice all week, so he’s very much a game-time decision. Nursing multiple injuries and facing a tough matchup, Baldwin is a risky WR3 if he plays. David Moore would get a bump in value if Baldwin is out, but Tyler Lockett is the only “must-start” Seahawks WR.MORE WEEK 14 DFS: Values | Stacks | Lineup BuilderWhen is Sammy Watkins playing again?Although officially listed as “doubtful” for Week 14, Watkins suffered a setback with his injured foot in practice this week and is expected to miss four-to-six weeks.At this point, he can be dropped in fantasy leagues. Chris Conley will start in Watkins’ absence and is worth a pickup given the Chiefs high-powered offense. He’s merely on the WR3 bubble against the Ravens, but he’s showed his upside by scoring three times in the past two games. The recently picked up Kelvin Benjamin, who’s not expected to play in Week 14, could also be in the mix and might be worth a flier if you have the roster space.WEEK 14 DFS GPP LINEUPS: Yahoo | FanDuel | DraftKings