Otto Energy Limited, as operator of the producing Galoc oilfield joint venture offshore the Philippines, provides the following update on the Galoc-5H and Galoc-6H drilling campaign in SC14C, part of the Galoc Phase II development approved in 2012.During the period from 0600 hours (AWST) on 14 August 2013 to 0600 hours (AWST) on 21 August 2013, drilled the G-6H 8½” hole section to 3,958 metres through the Galoc reservoir interval. The well intersected a 260m section of very high quality reservoir which was at the high end of prognosed outcomes.The well subsequently drilled through poorer sections of formation and the decision was made to TD the well early to ensure successful completion across the high quality reservoir. The 5½” completion liner has now been run over the high quality reservoir section.The well is currently being suspended prior to running the upper completion and well clean-up flow.The forward plan is to move the rig to the G-5H well and drill the 8½” hole horizontally for approximately 2,400 metres through the reservoir interval prior to running the completion liner and assembly.Location and Proposed DepthThe Galoc field is located in Service Contract SC14C (Galoc Sub Block) in 290 metres of water approximately 65km North West of Palawan Island and 350km south of Manila in the Republic of the Philippines. The Galoc-5H and Galoc-6H development wells are being drilled within the existing producing field that has delivered over 10 MMbbls of production since the field was commissioned in 2008.After drilling of both Galoc-5H and Galoc-6H is completed, the DOF operated Skandia Hercules construction vessel will be used to install the subsea equipment and complete the hook-up of both wells to the FPSO Rubicon Intrepid.First oil from the Phase II wells is expected in November 2013[mappress]Press Release, August 21, 2013
First Airline Virtual Flight. Sumber: TheJapanTimes Tak bisa dipungkiri, banyak masyarakat di seluruh dunia rindu kembali bepergian keluar negeri, mengunjungi tempat-tempat eksotis di seluruh dunia, setelah sekian lama keinginan tersebut tertunda akibat kebijakan lockdown di hampir seluruh negara.Baca juga: First Airlines, “Maskapai” Jepang dengan Penerbangan Virtual Reality PertamaBagi Anda yang sudah tak lagi bisa menahan rasa rindu bepergian, mungkin maskapai Jepang ini bisa jadi jawaban. Menariknya, maskapai tersebut tidak mewajibkan penumpang membawa surat bebas Covid-19, visa, masker, hand sanitizer, serta semua peraturan lainnya di masa new normal. Bahkan, maskapai Jepang yang mulai beroperasi pada Februari 2018 lalu ini juga menawarkan harga special untuk paket keliling dunia, seperti berjemur di Hawaii, menikmati arsitektur kota Roma, atau berjalan menyusuri Champs Elysees di Paris, dengan banderol hanya sebesar $60 atau lebih dari Rp800 ribuan (kurs Rp14.734), cukup terjangkau bukan? Maskapai yang dimaksud adalah First Airlines.Simple Flying melaporkan, maskapai penerbangan virtual pertama di dunia ini menawarkan perjalanan unik tanpa harus terbang dengan pesawat. Meski demikian, sebelum perjalanan virtual dimulai, penumpang akan dipersilahkan masuk ke kabin first class A310 asli, lengkap dengan jok kulit orisinil bawaan pabrik.Setelah masuk ke kabin pesawat Airbus A310 dan menikmati kursi first class sungguhan, penumpang kemudian akan diminta memakai perlengkapan berupa audio dan virtual reality. Setelah itu, layaknya penerbangan sungguhan, penumpang akan menerima penjelasan terkait safety induction atau demonstrasi keselamatan penerbangan, layanan troli makan dan minum pramugari, announcement dari pilot, sebelum akhirnya terbang meninggalkan daratan.Selama penerbangan, termasuk saat lepas landas dan mendarat, efek suara dan visual canggih dijamin bakal membuat penumpang seperti benar-benar merasa tengah dalam penerbangan. Begitu juga dengan hal-hal di luar pesawat, seperti gumpalan awal, dan sejenisnya yang cukup terlihat nyata. Selain itu, sensasi terbang juga makin terasa dengan kemampuan melihat hingga 360 derajat.Tak lupa, para penumpang penerbangan virtual ini juga akan disuguhi dengan sajian mewah khas first class dengan menyesuaikan tujuan masing-masing. Untuk rute ke Perancis, penumpang akan dimanjakan dengan sajian ikan salmon asap. Bagi penumpang yang memilih ke Roma, sajian khusus berupa daging babi panggang dijamin bakal jadi santapan yang pas. Rute ke Hawaii tak kalah mentereng, dengan sajian udang cangkang lunak dan kerang.Baca juga: Selain Manjakan Penumpang, Layanan Virtual Reality Buka Peluang Peningkatan Laba MaskapaiBegitupula dengan rute-rute lainnya seperti Finlandia, Selandia Baru, New York, Jepang, serta perjalanan keliling dunia lainnya. Hanya saja, tak dijelaskan dengan rinci ada berapa rute yang ditawarkan maskapai virtual asal Jepang ini. Yang jelas, masing-masing penerbangan, sekalipun dengan jarak yang bervariasi, seluruhnya hanya membutuhkan waktu 120 menit saja.Meskipun hanya berupa penerbangan virtual dan pesawat sama sekali tidak meninggalkan daratan, eks pramugari tetap dilibatkan dalam penerbangan ini. Pramugari tersebut akan melayani berbagai keinginan pelanggan dengan penuh keramahtamahan serta tentu saja, tutur kata, gerak-gerik yang tetap disesuaikan layaknya pramugari yang tengah bertugas.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedFirst Airlines, “Maskapai” Jepang dengan Penerbangan Virtual Reality Pertama26/02/2018In “Darat”Jepang Hadirkan Perjalanan Bus Virtual, Penumpang Rasakan Sensasi dari Tempat yang Dituju09/09/2020In “Bus AKAP”Keliling Bandara dan Pesawat Lebih Mudah dengan Virtual Reality Ocean3D22/09/2020In “Analisa Angkutan”
STEPHENVILLE, Texas – An IMCA marketing partner from the Lone Star State expands its awards presence this September at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.While returning for a third year as title sponsor of the Hobby Stock Race of Champions at Super Nationals, Stephenville Starter awards a starter to the champion of the inaugural main event for Southern SportMods at Boone Speedway.Modified, Stock Car, Hobby Stock and Northern SportMod champions also receive starters from the Stephenville manufacturer and eight-year IMCA sponsor.“Stephenville Starter has been a long-time supporter of the IMCA Hobby Stock division, and their partnership with the Race of Champions in Boone continues that tradition,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder commented. “Adding a starter for the Southern SportMod champion just adds another layer of value to that championship.”Ten drivers qualify for the Hobby Stock Race of Champions, to be held Sept. 10, and Stephenville Starter provides a portion of the purse.Information about Stephenville Starter-made products is available by calling 254 965-7890.
Utah State Amateur Today’s 36-hole final at Wolf Creek ResortMichael McRae vs. Jon Morgan, 7:30 a.m. Saturday’s resultsWolf Creek Resort Golf Course QuarterfinalsMichael McRae def. Clark Rustand, 4 & 3Jeff Powars def. Clay Ogden, 2 & 1Zach Johnson def. Nic Van Vuuren, 21 holesJon Morgan def. Dan Horner, 3 and 2SemifnalsMcRae def. Powars, 19 holesMorgan def. Johnson, 1-up36-hole Final Michael McRae vs. Jon Morgan, 7:30 a.m., Sunday E-mail: email@example.com EDEN — Even though they are separated by 13 years, Jon Morgan and Michael McRae became acquainted about seven years ago when the two used to play ping-pong together, of all things.Morgan had a friend who tended McRae and his younger brother when their parents were out of town, and Morgan hung out with the boys and played some ping-pong and video games.At the time, Morgan was a University of Utah golfer and McRae was an aspiring junior golfer, but they’ve never played golf together in the years since.They’ll get that opportunity this morning when the two face off in the 36-hole finals of the Men’s State Amateur golf tournament at Wolf Creek Resort Golf Course.The 31-year-old Morgan will be making his second appearance in the State Am finals after losing to Gregg Oliphant in the 2002 finals at Hidden Valley. He’s played less than usual this year and not that great, but said he finally found a swing while practicing Tuesday night.For the 18-year-old McRae, it’s by far the biggest accomplishment of his young golfing life. He won his age group in the Junior Amateur when he was 13 and last year won the Utah Junior Open. Otherwise, he has played in the shadow of other junior golfers over the years. But a year playing for the St. Mary’s College golf team this past year “really elevated my game,” he said.Morgan advanced to the finals by beating former Rutgers University golfer Dan Horner 3 and 2 in the morning quarterfinals and stopping just-graduated Southern Utah golfer Zach Johnson 1-up in the semifinals.McRae knocked off defending champion Clark Rustand 4 and 3 in the morning and came from behind to beat 46-year-old school teacher Jeff Powars on the 19th hole in the afternoon match.Morgan and McRae will tee it up bright and early this morning at 7:30 for Utah’s most prestigious amateur golf championship. They’ll play 18 holes in the morning and 18 in the afternoon.After both completed their second exhausting day in a row by winning two matches, they were joking around and reminiscing about old times in the McRae basement in Olympus Cove.”We go way back,” Morgan said. “This will be a lot of fun tomorrow.”The match of the day was the McRae-Powars duel that was never more than a one-hole difference with McRae never leading until the extra hole.Powars is a California native who played on the USC golf team for a year before graduating from the school more than 20 years ago. He moved to Utah 15 years ago and works as a junior-high social studies teacher at Sunset Jr. High.”I felt like I was playing one of my students out there,” joked Powars, who kept a smile on his face all day. “I was thinking, ‘if we could just put him in detention for a couple of hours.’ “Powars went 1-up on McRae five times only to see the youngster come back every time. He went 1-up for the final time with a birdie putt at No. 14 and kept the lead until the final hole.Both players hit the green in two and when McRae’s long attempt missed, all Powars needed was to get down in two from 25 feet above the hole.He thought he made his initial putt, but it slid five feet past. With victory in his grasp, he left his putt six inches short and it was on to the 19th hole.Again it looked like Powars had the edge when McRae hit his drive out of bounds. However, Powars hooked his drive into the hillside on the left and was forced to chip out onto the fairway. Then he left his third shot 75 feet below the hole.Meanwhile, McRae hit his next drive right down the middle and pitched on to the green 10 feet past the hole in four. When Powars three-putted for a double bogey, McRae drilled his putt into the center of the cup for an unlikely win with a bogey.”I knew I wasn’t out of it,” McRae said. “I never pack it in. I just capitalized like I’ve been doing all week.”For Powars, it was a disappointing end to an incredible week that saw him play 108 holes, the most of any player through Saturday evening.”I played as well as I could possibly play,” said Powars, who was trying to become one of the oldest State Am champions in history. “I’m just a Saturday player. This is far beyond my expectations.”In his morning upset of Rustand, McRae won five of the first six holes and hung on to win against the 2004 champ, who was clearly off his game.”I just didn’t have it today,” said Rustand. “It was just one of those things, just an off day. Michael did everything he had to to win and he’s a good player.”After disposing of Horner in the morning, Morgan had a tough match against Johnson, who knocked off medalist Nic Van Vuuren in the morning in a stirring 21-hole match that looked like neither player wanted to win.Johnson missed a three-foot putt on 17 to go down a hole, only to see Van Vuuren leave a five-footer to win the match short on the final hole like Powars did later.Van Vuuren missed a birdie putt at the first playoff hole and then Johnson three-putted the next hole, missing a short putt for the win. Finally on the third playoff hole, Johnson won when Van Vuuren missed a six-foot putt.Morgan and Johnson halved every hole except five during the even match. It was all square, going into the par-3 16th when Morgan’s 8-iron landed 10 feet in front of the hole, nearly rolled into the cup before ending up eight feet away. He sank the putt to go 1-up and held on with pars on the next two holes. “I know what it’s like to lose in the finals, but I’ve got everything to gain,” said Morgan of today’s final.