The transaction adds to Pin Oak Midstream’s growing asset base within the Appalachian Basin Pin Oak Midstream acquires assets from Laurel Mountain Midstream in NW Pennsylvania. (Credit: Michal Jarmoluk from Pixabay) Pin Oak Midstream LLC (“Pin Oak Midstream” or the “Company”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Pin Oak Energy Partners LLC, announces the closing of a transaction with Laurel Mountain Midstream LLC (“LMM”), a joint venture between Williams Laurel Mountain, LLC and Chevron Northeast Upstream LLC, to acquire LMM’s Jackson Center assets (“Jackson Center”). Jackson Center includes over 1,050 miles of natural gas gathering pipelines and five (5) gathering compressor stations with a gathering capacity of over 50 MMcf/d and multiple interstate pipeline interconnects (both National Fuel Gas and Tennessee Gas Pipeline) with total interconnect capacities of almost 100 MMcf/d. The transaction adds to Pin Oak Midstream’s growing asset base within the Appalachian Basin.Brent Breon, President of Pin Oak Midstream LLC and Chief Commercial Officer of Pin Oak Energy Partners LLC, stated, “These assets in Mercer, Lawrence, and Crawford counties of Pennsylvania are a great fit to our expanding footprint and further bolster the Company’s midstream assets in the oil and wet gas windows of the Utica play in northwestern Pennsylvania. The Jackson Center assets currently gather conventional and unconventional gas from third party operators in the area and will allow Pin Oak Energy to connect and produce Utica wells currently waiting on pipelines. Additionally, Pin Oak remains committed to our ongoing efforts of executing our growth strategy through acquisitions even during these difficult times.”Pin Oak Midstream’s Appalachian Basin position consists of nearly 1,200 miles of pipeline assets; 13 interstate pipeline interconnections; gathering, processing and transportation dedications on more than 150,000 dedicated net deep acres (Marcellus and Utica) and current flowing volumes more than 15 MMcf/d. Source: Company Press Release
Back to overview,Home naval-today BAE Systems gets $33m contract for USS Lassen dry-docking refit August 2, 2017 View post tag: USS Lassen View post tag: US Navy The U.S. Navy has awarded BAE Systems Southeast Shipyards Mayport a $33.6 million firm-fixed-price contract for work on the Dry-dock Selected Restricted Availability (DSRA) repairs of guided-missile destroyer USS Lassen (DDG 82).According to a U.S. Department of Defense announcement, the work will consist of structural and tank repairs, propulsion systems repairs, ventilations and auxiliary systems repairs, temporary services habitability preservations, structural preservations, ship alterations, and miscellaneous repairs.BAE will perform the DSRA in Jacksonville, Florida, and is expected to complete it by March 2018.USS Lassen is an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer which arrived to its new homeport in Florida after spending the previous ten years forward-deployed to Yokosuka, Japan. BAE Systems gets $33m contract for USS Lassen dry-docking refit Authorities View post tag: BAe Systems Share this article
Every summer since 1970, the Indiana State Police has offered law enforcement summer camps for Hoosier youth. To date, over 45,000 young Hoosiers have been afforded the opportunity to spend face time with law enforcement officers in a positive environment. Countless camp graduates have gone on to careers in law enforcement and other related fields.In fact, many of the camp graduates go on to be adult camp counselors, after they begin their law enforcement careers.The camps are designed to help students get an up close and personal view of law enforcement and the criminal justice system, but more importantly, gain respect for themselves and others. This is all done through programs that reward hard work, dedication and team work.The camps always include demonstrations by Indiana State Police SWAT, Explosive Ordinance Disposal, Scuba and other specialty teams. Troopers volunteer to put on demonstrations on a variety of topics. The camp staffs are handpicked law enforcement personnel who dedicate their time to preparing youth for their futures.The Indiana Troopers Youth Services schedule for the 46th year of summer camp programs is complete. Coordinated by the Indiana Troopers Youth Services organization, the camps will be staffed by Indiana State Police officers and officers from other law enforcement organizations.The 2016 Camp Schedule is as follows:The Law camps will have two locations:Vincennes University, June 15th -18th, Sgt. Eric Dunn, Director.Anderson University, July 6th-9th, Sgt. Tony Slocum, Director.The Career Camps cover grades 9 -12 with three locations:Vincennes University- July 15th-18th, Master Trooper Troy Boyd, DirectorTrine University- July 15th -18th, Master Trooper Marc Leatherman, DirectorSt. Joseph College (Rensselaer) – July 17th-22nd, Trooper Danielle Elwood, DirectorThe ITYS is going to host three Pioneer Camps:Potato Creek State Park- St, Joseph County, Director Trooper Ben EnnisMounds State Park- Anderson, Director Trooper Jeremy MasonLincoln State Park- Spencer County, Co-Directors Sgt. Rob Gardner and Master Trooper Tom CampbellIf you know a child that may be interested in attending a camp, or if you would like more information, please visit the Indiana Troopers Youth Services Web Site at http://trooper.org/The Indiana Troopers Youth Services will host the 3rd Annual Summer Camp Golf Outing on Wednesday, May 18th at Meadowbrook Golf Course in Anderson. This is a big fund raiser for the camps and is open to anyone that would like to play or suFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
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Peters Bakery, the north-east bakery chain and wholesaler, has gone into administration.The firm this afternoon appointed Mark Firmin and Howard Smith of accountancy giant KPMG as joint administrators.A number of redundancies are expected to be confirmed by the administrators and KPMG said it was now looking for a purchaser for the business.The firm was ranked at number 19 on BB75 – British Baker’s own list of the top 75 high street bakery retailers – and the decision to place the firm into administration was because of the “challenging retail environment”.The family business is headquartered on a freehold site on Durham’s Dragonville Industrial Estate, where it also has a 50,000sq ft factory. Its most recent accounts indicated the firm had a turnover of more than £12m, on the back of a network of 58 stores, contracts with leading supermarkets, a direct mobile sales operation and 403 employees.Mark Firmin, KPMG’s northern head of restructuring and joint administrator, told British Baker: “The challenging retail environment on the high street is exacerbated by rising commodity and energy prices squeezing margins in this sector. These factors, along with reduced volumes with its wholesale customers, has led to the failure of this 46-year-old family business.”For further details on the collapse of the company, see this week’s British Baker.
Burton’s Biscuits has confirmed the departure of Ian Deste just six months after he joined the company.Deste joined in July 2015, and was the company’s first managing director UK & Ireland. However, it has now been revealed that he left the company in December, and his duties have now been assumed by chief operating officer, Simon Browne.Burton’s Biscuits refused to comment on why Deste had departed, or whether it would seek to find a replacement for his position.A Burton’s Biscuits spokesperson said: “We can confirm that Ian Deste, Burton’s Biscuit Company’s managing director UK & Ireland, left the business in December 2015. Simon Browne, chief operating officer, has since taken responsibility for all UK commercial activities.”Burton’s Biscuits is believed to be closing in on a deal to buy rival biscuit brand Fox’s from 2 Sisters Food Group.
Twiddle is getting quite “Frendly” at the 2016 Frendly Gathering festival, scheduled for June 23-25 in Timber Ridge, Vermont. In addition to the Green Mountain State jam band, the initial lineup impressed with acts like Cabinet, Moon Hooch, Turkuaz, Marco Benevento, Trevor Hall, and a lot more.Today, the lineup expanded with three exciting new additions: Big Gigantic, Monophonics, and The Congress. The funk vibes will be strong at this year’s Gathering, but the jams will remain sufficiently Frendly with community efforts to create a lasting environment that is built upon kindness, generosity, and respect.Join The Frends Crew today. You can catch the full lineup below, and head to Frendly Gathering’s website for tickets and more information!Full Frendly Gathering Lineup:Twiddle | Big Gigantic | Monophonics | The Congress | Trevor Hall | Turkuaz | GIVERS | Moon Hooch | The Ballroom Thieves | LYNX & the Servants of Song | LYNX | Marco Benevento | Cabinet | Sinkane | Son Little | Eminence Ensemble | Jaden Carlson Band | Madaila | Helado Negro | Mariachi Flor de Toloache | Kitchen Dwellers | Natural Child | The Smooths | Into The Mystic: A Tribute to Van Morrison | Disco Phantom | Canyon Collected | Tommy Alexander | The High Breaks | Upstate Rubdown | Mal Maiz | AND MORE TO COME SOON!!!
Soulful up and comers Lawrence prepare for their Central Park Summer Stage debut next Wednesday, where they’ll be supporting Vulfpeck along with Eric Krasno Band. Lawrence just wrapped their summer tour in support of debut album, Breakfast, produced by Eric Krasno. The extensive cross country tour included a stop at Bonnaroo, earning them “Best Bonnaroo Debut” in our Festival Awards, and continued the celebration with a two hour set at Camp Springer Music & Arts Festival in upstate New York.Thanks to the fine folks at Camp Springer, you can now watch pro-shot footage of Lawrence’s cover of Donny Hathaway’s classic “I Love You More Than You Ever Know,” live from the festival.Following their unforgettable set, Lawrence dropped by Camp Springer radio to chat. Listen below as they talk about working with Krasno and their surprise guest at Bonnaroo. You can catch a preview of that interview below, and be sure to visit the Camp Springer website for the full interview!
Fishing For Wives It’s 1913, Hawaii and two immigrant fishermen, Nishi and Aoki, are lonely and bored with only catching fish. Nishi sends for a picture bride from Japan, but sneaks a photo of his handsome friend in his place. The brides arrive and fall in love—with the wrong man—setting off a comedy of errors with mistaken identity, tragic drowning, seeming betrayal and a final surprise turn of events, colorfully visualized with mime and movement. View Comments Fishing For Wives will run through April 27 at the Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row. Edward Sakamoto’s Fishing For Wives opens officially off-Broadway on April 10. The play is directed by Ron Nakahara and stars Bobby Foley, Viet Vo, Akiko Hiroshima, Allison Hiroto, Rebecca Lee Lerman and Kiyo Takami. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on April 27, 2014
View Comments Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Idina Menzel’s New AlbumBroadway supernova Idina Menzel has some big news! According to Billboard, the Tony winner recently revealed: “I’ve been working on a new album.” The record is still in the early stages, with Menzel going on to admit that “there’s not much to say other than that I feel creative and I’m sort of putting my heart out there and exploring different sounds and things like that. I’m not limiting myself.” It’s time to see what she can do, test the limits and break through…! OK, yes we admit that we know all the words to Menzel’s Frozen anthem “Let It Go”—doesn’t everyone?!Annaleigh Ashford & More Set for Drama DeskAnnaleigh Ashford, Andrew Rannells, Christian Borle, John Cariani, Sydney Lucas, Jessie Mueller and more will present or perform at the 2015 Drama Desk Awards. The previously reported event will take place on May 31 at The Town Hall, hosted by Tony winner Laura Benanti for the second consecutive year. Off-Broadway hit Hamilton, which will begin performances on Broadway in July, garnered the most nominations, with 13.Liza Minnelli Books Stage ReturnThe legendary Liza Minnelli is heading back to the London Palladium for the fifth time! The Tony and Oscar winner will appear in An Intimate Evening with Liza Minnelli at the venue on September 20. Minnelli will be interviewed for 90 minutes live on stage talking about her extraordinary career, from growing up in Hollywood to the present day, ending with a performance of a few intimate songs. She first appeared on the Palladium’s stage with her mom, Judy Garland, in 1964. The show will also play in Sheffield and Glasgow on September 22 and September 24, respectively.Off-Broadway SwitcheroosAn off-Broadway update. Due to his previously reported injuries, Sahr Ngaujah will now not return to Signature Theatre’s production of Athol Fugard’s The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek. Kevin Mambo will perform the role through May 31; from June 2 through the end of the run on June 14, the role of Jonathan will be played by Yaegel T. Welch. Meanwhile, over at of A.R. Gurney’s What I Did Last Summer Izzie Steele will join the company in the role of Elsie, also beginning June 2; she steps in for Kate McGonigle.Lloyd Webber’s Special School of Rock ConsultantAndrew Lloyd Webber famously loves his cats. Indeed his musical Cats ran at Broadway’s Winter Garden Theatre for 18 years. Now his latest show, School of Rock, will start performances there in November and he recently proudly emailed out a picture of his cat Mika deciding what the front of house at the venue will look like. Incidentally, a Cats revival is Broadway-bound in 2016. And on that meta note, have a lovely weekend! Star Files Idina Menzel