Flick House / DELUTION

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/913723/flick-house-delution Clipboard Photographs Area:  309 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Flick House / DELUTIONSave this projectSaveFlick House / DELUTION Muhammad Egha, Hezby Ryandi, Sunjaya Askaria, Fahmy Desrizal Save this picture!© Fernando Gomulya+ 27Curated by Clara Ott Share Architects: DELUTION Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” “COPY” Projects Indonesia Flick House / DELUTIONcenter_img CopyAbout this officeDELUTIONOfficeFollowProductBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesInterior DesignResidential InteriorsHouse InteriorsSustainabilityCinereIndonesiaPublished on March 26, 2019Cite: “Flick House / DELUTION” 26 Mar 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/913723/flick-house-delution Clipboard Lead Architects: 2018 Houses Year:  ArchDaily CopyHouses, Houses Interiors, Sustainability•Cinere, Indonesia Photographs:  Fernando Gomulya Contractor:CRI Konstruksi Revolusi IndonesiaClient:Budi SulistijoDesign Team:Indira Pramundita Setiadewi S.ArsCity:CinereCountry:IndonesiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Fernando GomulyaRecommended ProductsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedWood Boards / HPL PanelsLamitechLamitech high pressure plastic laminateWood Boards / HPL PanelsInvestwoodWood Fiber Kitchens – ValchromatText description provided by the architects. Starting from the memory of the client’s past in the birthplace of the owner in Central Java, clients wanted us to design a house that seems humble and warm. Clients and Architects agreed to use brick as the main material of the Flick House, because it seemed to have a humble and warm philosophy. According to the owner, the brick has the power to make a big house welcoming. Starting with the main material, then the Architect chose Green Architecture as the main concept to be applied in the Flick House.Save this picture!© Fernando GomulyaThe Green Architecture concept means that the entrance of air and light can be maximized very well. The Green Architecture concept in the Flick House is applied in several parts of the house, both indoors and outdoors.Save this picture!© Fernando GomulyaFlick House has 4 gardens: Main Garden, Private Garden, Floating Garden and Inner Court. The main Garden is directly adjacent to the family room and is limited by a large sliding door that can be opened and closed easily. The existence of this large sliding door makes it easy for the air to enter and flow to all rooms on the first floor, especially the family lounge.Save this picture!© Fernando GomulyaThe private garden is in the main bedroom area. This garden is intended to allow the owner to relax so there is no need to go to the main park while in the room. This garden is only limited by a fish pond. The floating garden is on the second floor, this park has a large sliding door so the air can flow into the rooms on this floor as well. The existence of the park causes a decrease in macro temperature so that the ideal air circulation creates the coolness inside the house. The last garden is Inner Court. It is a mini garden inside the house. With sow stones and a tree, Inner Court also influences air circulation inside the Flick House. It has an open window right above it, and its function   is to allow the entrance of air to the house, so that it can circulate properly.Save this picture!© Fernando GomulyaSave this picture!Garden & AirfloorSave this picture!© Fernando GomulyaConsidering the habits of the family, who likes to gather and have a warm atmosphere in the house, the architect applied the open layout concept. This allows the family to interact easily without obstructions. Also, the air can flow easily. Open layout in Flick House is also applied with the use of a large sliding door so maximal light can enter easily and allows Low Energy Consumption.Save this picture!© Fernando GomulyaFish ponds are not only for decoration, but also carry important functions, reducing the temperature caused by direct sunlight on the terrace area. Besides applying the Green Architecture concept, Flick House also has quite unique architectural and interior details. Some parts of the walls even seem to be floating. On the first floor, bathrooms are hidden behind the mirrored closet, and on the 2nd floor, the bathroom has a semi-outdoor concept so that if the curtain is opened it can be seen from the outside.Save this picture!© Fernando GomulyaFlick House also applies Secondary Skin which serves as a buffering of sunlight, so that the heat of the sun does not go directly into the house. Skylight Stair is also created in the Flick House, reduce the use of artificial lighting during the day. The use of stripe light further adds to the cozyness and warmth on the Flick House.Save this picture!© Fernando GomulyaProject gallerySee allShow lessHUB / IT’S StudioSelected ProjectsIsland Friends / Advanced Architecture Lab[AaL] + WIKISelected Projects Sharelast_img read more

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Woolworth’s charity to continue

first_imgWoolworth’s charity to continue Howard Lake | 17 December 2008 | News Tagged with: corporate recession About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Woolworths Kids First, the charity supported by failing retailer Woolworths plc, has pledged to carry on operating under the new name ‘Kids First Trust’.Launched in 1999, Woolworths Kids First was set up to enable Woolworths’ employees to support community-based projects of their choice to benefit children. It operated at a local level to support projects near Woolworths shops.On Kids First Trust’s Facebook page the staff report that “the team have decided to continue running the charity wholly independently”. They add that “over the next few months we will be working hard to find new premises, new partners and relaunch our work”.London newspaper Metro reports that Woolworths will today announce all its British stores will be closed by January 4 – with the loss of 29,000 jobs, so the charity, which has several months operating reserves, will need to develop new sources of income quickly.  24 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more

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Special federal prosecutor rules out that community journalists were killed for their work

first_img May 13, 2021 Find out more RSF_en April 28, 2021 Find out more Organisation to go further Reporters Without Borders today voiced astonishment at a public statement yesterday by the special federal prosecutor for dealing with attacks on the media, Octavio Alberto Orellana Wiarco, ruling out that two young women community journalists in Oaxaca State were killed because of their work.His statement that the radio journalists of the Triqui indigenous community were shot in an attack aimed at the driver of their vehicle showed yet again the special prosecutor’s determination to play down the real dangers facing Mexican journalists while doing their job, the worldwide press freedom organisation said“The few known facts of the investigation into the killings of Teresa Bautista Flores and Felicítas Martínez do not indeed lead to a conclusion that they were linked to their work. We should however remember that this file has since the start been in the hands of the Oaxaca judicial authorities, who have never shed light on a single one of the recent murders of journalists and have concentrated on exonerating the government of all responsibility in the case of Brad Will (see releases).“Octavio Alberto Orellana Wiarco has endorsed the claims of an unreliable local justice official, which augurs badly for a possible elucidation of the death of the two women at a federal level”.“It is also worrying that the special prosecutor insists on denying, on principle, that the freedom of the press is in danger in his country, when his mandate is to defend it”, the organisation concluded.Questioned about his annual report, Orellana Wiarco replied that the two young staff on La Voz que Rompe el Silencio (The voice that breaks the silence), shot dead in Putla de Guerrero on 7 April 2008, were “collateral victims of an attack aimed at the driver of the vehicle in which they were travelling”. He automatically ruled out any motive linked to their work, prompting outrage among community radio representatives.Jurist, David Peña, of the Network of Indigenous Community Radio stations of the Southeast, told Reporters Without Borders that there was not a single fact to support this version of events and he condemned the attitude of the prosecutor “who is only trying to limit his responsibility and to offload his duty onto the Oaxaca prosecutor general’s office”. The community association appealed to the special prosecutor to publicly retract or to produce new information to back up his conclusions.The special prosecutor’s statements came immediately after his recent broadsides against press freedom organisations, including Reporters Without Borders, whom he accuses of putting Mexico in the ranks of the most dangerous countries for journalists on the continent, against the evidence. The organisation wrote to the special prosecutor on 11 December 2008 but has so far received no reply. Reporter murdered in northwestern Mexico’s Sonora state Follow the news on Mexico Help by sharing this information NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say May 5, 2021 Find out morecenter_img News MexicoAmericas MexicoAmericas News December 17, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Special federal prosecutor rules out that community journalists were killed for their work 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies Reports News Receive email alertslast_img read more

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Limerick industrial poisoning claims should be investigated

first_imgTwitter Whiff of trouble lingers over gasworks Advertisement TAGSAskeatonbarrister Emmett O’BrienDepartment of AgricultureEnvironmental Protection AgencyEPAindustrial poisoningMinisterMusic Limerick Linkedin Minister Patrick O’ Donovan announces opening of Limerick heritage site to the public for the first time Facebook [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up ALLEGATIONS that industrial poisoning in areas of County Limerick were covered up in the mid-1990s should be investigated immediately, according to a barrister who has a farm in the locality.Reports of serious animal and human health problems across 27 farms in Askeaton made national news almost 20 years ago and with the emergence of new evidence questioning the conclusions of an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report into the complaints, calls are now being made for the matter to be reexamined.Barrister Emmett O’Brien, who is a member of the Fianna Fáil national executive and owns a farm in neighbouring Pallaskenry, has called for a public inquiry into the EPA report.He said that the new evidence suggested that the original findings of the EPA may have covered up industrial poisoning in Askeaton and the surrounding communities.At the time of the original complaints, the Government asked the EPA to conduct an environmental investigation but, according to new evidence, there were inconsistencies between the report and the findings made by different experts hired by the EPA.Mr O’Brien said that these discrepancies were highlighted in a recent investigation by Hot Press magazine.“These are serious accusations and must be addressed immediately,” he said.He maintains that there should be a public inquiry into the report and its findings, and above all, that the local community have their questions answered and concerns addressed in an open, public forum.“Whatever the final conclusion of the report, the local community will remain sceptical unless they can have their own concerns directly answered. We are talking not only about people’s livelihoods, but their health and well-being. This is too serious an issue to brush under the carpet,” he said.Mr O’Brien said he was alarmed by the allegation that Teagasc, a division of the Department of Agriculture, was assigned by the EPA to help with the investigation and reportedly found that the farms showed clear signs of fluoride contamination.“At a minimum, the allegations that the EPA report was seriously flawed deserves first hand intervention by the Minsters of Agriculture and the Environment, as well as a public inquiry,” he concluded. Government blocks O’Dea Bill to remove EPA immunity Limerick Lotto winners pledge to use winnings to secure children’s futurecenter_img Askeaton/ Ballysteen bring Easter joy to local community Email NewsCommunityLimerick industrial poisoning claims should be investigatedBy Staff Reporter – October 3, 2013 822 Limerick Post Show shines at Digital Media Awards Previous articleMen were bound, gagged and taken for ransomNext articleSeven Limerick players make GAA/GPA All Star Nominations Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

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Bodies of father and daughter found in Co Cork

first_img Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter WhatsApp News Google+ WhatsApp Google+ Bodies of father and daughter found in Co Cork 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Previous articleFSA issues 10 closure ordersNext articleMeath East By-Election to take place on March 27th News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebookcenter_img Pinterest By News Highland – March 6, 2013 Facebook Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Pinterest Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal The body of a man and his three year old daughter have been recovered from the sea in west Cork.A major search operation had been launched after gardaí got a call from a farm in Ballydehob, shortly before midnight.Valencia coastguard was called in to search the coastline.The body of the three year old girl was found on the beach near Ballydehob at around two am and the body of her 50-year-old father was taken from the water a short time later.Both were pronounced dead at the scene.The bodies have been taken to Cork University Hospital for post mortem examinations.Gardaí are investigating. Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

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Information Technology For Expeditious Consideration Of Bail Applications

first_imgColumnsInformation Technology For Expeditious Consideration Of Bail Applications Anitha Mathai Muthirenthy20 April 2020 12:20 AMShare This – x’Personal liberty , deprived when bail is refused, is too precious a value of our constitutional system recognised under Art 21 that the crucial power to negate it is a great trust exercisable, not casually but judicially, with lively concern for the cost to the individual and the community’.[1]The above is quoted from a judgement delivered by Honourable Justice Krishna Iyer while he was…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?Login’Personal liberty , deprived when bail is refused, is too precious a value of our constitutional system recognised under Art 21 that the crucial power to negate it is a great trust exercisable, not casually but judicially, with lively concern for the cost to the individual and the community’.[1]The above is quoted from a judgement delivered by Honourable Justice Krishna Iyer while he was a Supreme Court judge. The Supreme Court has also time and again reminded that ‘bail is rule and jail is exception'[2]. Kerala High Court has been a torch bearer in the Indian legal system and has also been the beacon while resorting to video streaming of court proceedings in the country during the unprecedented situation created by Covid-19. It is in this context , the delay in considering bail applications of undertrials by courts in Kerala attains importance. The current procedure followed is to automatically adjourn a fresh bail application to another date on the first date of posting. The accused who is in custody before the charge sheet is filed is not a culprit but a person who awaits his trial and therefore, his personal liberty should not be curtailed mechanically but after due consideration. Many at times, even if the jurisdictional police station is just across the road, the accused is bound to wait until the next posting arrives. Digital Age This is when Covid -19 and the subsequent social distancing measures taken by the judiciary gives us hope and should bring in changes in such mechanical procedures. Kerala being one of the smallest states in the country has Kasargode at its farthest north and Thiruvananthapuram in the south. The maximum time taken to travel from Kasargode to Thiruvananthapuram is twelve hours. All the police stations are equipped with computers and internet. In addition to this, FIR is also digital and available to the public since some years. All the police officers have a mobile phone with internet facility provided by the department itself. Urgent instructions in bail applications can be taken over the phone and if it is necessary to be in writing, it is just a click away. Exchange of E-mails can happen between the Police station and the public Prosecutor in a flash. If case diary is necessary in more serious crimes, as I mentioned earlier, no part of Kerala is more than twelve hours away by road or rail ! Hearing the Public Prosecutor – NOT mandatory in all cases Having said that, Section 439 of the Code of Criminal Procedure,1973 makes it mandatory to give notice of the application for bail to the Public Prosecutor only if the accused is charged with an offence which is triable exclusively by the Court of Session or which though not so triable, is punishable with imprisonment for life. Therefore, in other offences, the Code doesn’t make it mandatory to hear the side of the Public Prosecutor and so the automatic adjournment of bail application of such manner is merely mechanical and it takes away the personal liberty of a person for a few more days casually. E-mails, Mobile phones and other possibilities of Information Technology is advancing day by day and so should the criminal justice system as personal liberty is a sacred right of an individual and the objective of bail is to ensure that the accused does not evade trial as held by the Supreme Court in various cases. The fundamentals of criminal jurisprudence in India thrusts on the presumption of innocence of an accused till he is found guilty. The needs of the society to be protected from transgressive behaviour of an individual is no excuse for delayed consideration of bail application. ‘ Judicial service as well as legal service are not like any other services. They are missions for serving the society. The mission is not achieved if the litigant who is waiting in the queue does not get his turn for a long time'[3]. Even though these words were delivered by Justice A.K.Goel particularly referring to the long pending criminal trials, the words fit perfect in the case of bail applications too. Non-consideration of bail application expeditiously in this digital era can also be categorised as a “long time” as an application is preferred by a person who is deprived of the constitutional guarantee of right to personal liberty. It is high time a new system is evolved so that those applying for bail needs to wait no longer than 48 hours for a decision. While in Law school, I was made to understand that laws and rules should change according to the changes in the society. Yes, the iron is hot and now is the time to strike it ! Views Are Personal Only.(Author is a Practicing Lawyer at Kerala High Court)Picture From Here [1] Babu Singh and Others V. The State of U.P [1978 (1) SCC 579] , para 8. [2] Nikesh Tarachand Shah v Union of India [2018(11) SCC 1] [3] Hussain and Another V. Union of India [2017(1) KLT 1015], para 26. Next Storylast_img read more

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Jharkhand HC Temporarily Allows Affidavits To Be Sworn In Before Notaries [Read Notice]

first_imgNews UpdatesJharkhand HC Temporarily Allows Affidavits To Be Sworn In Before Notaries [Read Notice] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK16 May 2020 8:45 AMShare This – xThe Jharkhand High Court has temporarily suspended the operation of the Note appended to Rule 48(3) of the High Court of Jharkhand Rules, 2001. Rule 48(3) prescribes that the Affidavits that are filed along with petitions/ applications have to be sworn before the Commissioner of Affidavits or other officer appointed for the purpose. The note appended thereof further states…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Jharkhand High Court has temporarily suspended the operation of the Note appended to Rule 48(3) of the High Court of Jharkhand Rules, 2001. Rule 48(3) prescribes that the Affidavits that are filed along with petitions/ applications have to be sworn before the Commissioner of Affidavits or other officer appointed for the purpose. The note appended thereof further states that affidavits sworn before a notary is “not an affirmation before an officer appointed by the High Court,” and thus, the High Court will not entertain the same.This note has been suspended for a period of three months, thereby permitting affidavits to be sworn in before the notaries. The notification issued to this effect reads, “The Court has been pleased to suspend the ‘Note’ of Rule 48 (3) of the High Court of Jharkhand Rules, 2001 for three months.” The move is certainly aimed at easing the process of filings, especially in urgent matters amid the lockdown situation. Click Here To Download Notification Read Notification Next Storylast_img read more

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Mysterious monolith appears in Ithaca’s McDaniels Park; origins unclear

first_img Your local health and human services news is made possible with support from: Matt Butler “It’s a fun light-hearted mystery but it is also frustrating to other members of the public who go through the long and arduous path through the legitimate City process to get a piece of art or other project approved by the City,” she said. “It seems fairly sturdy but we do worry about the City’s liability if someone did get hurt while climbing on it or otherwise interacting with the sculpture, since it was not vetted by City staff in any way. For those reasons we are not able to just ignore it and let it remain in the park long term.”Due to that, she said the city would look to remove the monolith in the next week or so, unless it vanishes as quickly as it appeared.“I am hoping it is temporary and will move on as the Utah monolith did, maybe it will end up in Romania as its inspirational monolith did,” she said.Nearby resident Kent Johnson and his daughter Audrey were playing on the tree swing close to the monolith, unafraid despite being merely 20 yards away from the item. Johnson said his daughter first noticed the monolith Wednesday, but that he didn’t know who brought it there or why they did so.“It seems like a pretty good place for people to put their mud graffiti,” Johnson said. It does appear as though some arguably creative residents have added their own touches to the monolith, including drawings made out of a substance that is hopefully mud.Questions remain, of course. What’s the purpose? How did someone transport such a large object without being seen? Did aliens visit Ithaca? Did Banksy visit Ithaca? Do aliens live in Ithaca? Does Banksy live in Ithaca? These queries are still maddeningly unanswered.Anna Lamb and Dustin Patte contributed reporting to this story.  Matt Butler is the Education & Public Health Reporter at the Ithaca Voice. He can be reached by email at [email protected] More by Matt Butler Tagged: fred cederstrom, ithaca, joann cornish, Matt Butler, mcdaniels park, monolith, svante myrick ITHACA, N.Y.—McDaniels Park is a pleasant, nondescript park in Ithaca’s West End, with a small tree swing, woods and green grass when it’s not covered by snow. But this week, a new addition to the environment appeared seemingly out of nowhere: a monolith.Monoliths have been popping up around the world over the last several weeks, including in Utah, California, Romania and elsewhere. Their genesis is still unclear, though headlines have theorized that the string of appearances indicates either alien life or are part of a sprawling performance art project. It could also just be a rather labor-intensive and elaborate prank.Upon inspection by the Ithaca Voice, the structure appears quite sturdy, even after withstanding an onslaught of nearly a foot of snow. It is ominous, metal and stands about 10 feet tall. Pictures of the structure taken by Ithacan Fred Cederstrom show geographic coordinates on the side of the monolith, although those had disappeared by Thursday afternoon. Additional pictures were taken by user solarcrux and compiled into a Imgur folder.Asked for comment, Mayor Svante Myrick offered the following statement:“It’s classified Matt I can’t comment any further,” Myrick said, perhaps joking.Planning Director JoAnn Cornish also did not know where the structure came from. City Forester Jeanne Grace said that she had heard some neighbors installed the piece over the weekend and had received one complaint call about it, but that the city had not granted them permission to place the monolith there. last_img read more

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Emergency package of measures to be announced for north

first_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Twitter Pinterest Pinterest Google+ In the UK, the Chancellor will later announce a package of measures to support workers, after firms began to cut pay, put staff on unpaid leave or reduced positions.Iconic sportswear firm O’Neill’s yesterday suspended operations in Strabane, until May, with the temporary lay-off of 750 staff.It follows major job cuts in hospitality and other industries across Northern Ireland this week.West Tyrone MLA Daniel McCrossan says Covid-19 is causing huge challenges in every aspect of our society:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/mccrofgdfgdfssan8am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. DL Debate – 24/05/21 By News Highland – March 20, 2020 Facebookcenter_img WhatsApp Twitter FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 WhatsApp Previous article80 new Gardai on the way to north west regionNext articleDonegal Sports Partnership launches “Beyond 20×20” female leadership programme News Highland Emergency package of measures to be announced for north News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic AudioHomepage BannerNews Facebooklast_img read more

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Taproot Energy Partners executes long-term crude oil transportation agreement with Bonanza Creek Energy

first_img Image: Taproot Energy Partners executes long-term crude oil transportation agreement with Bonanza Creek Energy. Photo: courtesy of rawpixel from Pixabay. Taproot Energy Partners, LLC announced today that its affiliate, Taproot Rockies Midstream, LLC (“Taproot”) has secured a long-term acreage dedication for crude oil transportation from Bonanza Creek Energy Operating Company, LLC, a subsidiary of Bonanza Creek Energy, Inc., a publicly traded crude oil and natural gas producer with a substantial acreage position concentrated in rural, unincorporated Weld County, Colorado within the DJ Basin.In conjunction with Bonanza Creek’s dedication of nearly 70,000 gross acres (subject to Bonanza Creek’s pre-existing dedications), Taproot will extend its existing multi-service midstream system (the “Baja System”) approximately 35 miles south (the “Rattlesnake Extension”) to transport Bonanza Creek’s crude oil to Taproot’s Baja System for re-delivery at Tallgrass Energy Partners’ (NYSE: TGE) Buckingham Terminal (the “Buckingham Terminal”), with ultimate delivery to Cushing.Delivery to the Buckingham Terminal is expected to provide shipper customers premium pricing for “Niobrara–spec” crude oil barrels (42-degree gravity and below). The Bonanza Creek commercial agreement increases the total acreage dedicated to Taproot’s Baja System to nearly 175,000 gross acres. In addition to the Rattlesnake Extension, Taproot also intends to construct a truck unloading and storage facility strategically located to provide its producer and marketing customers with a premium crude oil delivery point in Weld County.“The Rattlesnake Extension is a transformational project for Taproot, creating the opportunity to expand our existing Baja System and become the first independent pipeline solution in the prolific northeast Wattenberg area to provide producers with direct pipeline access to the Buckingham Terminal. Taproot’s ability to transport crude oil to what is currently a premium market at the Buckingham Terminal creates opportunities to attract additional barrels to our expanded pipeline infrastructure. The Rattlesnake Extension strategically positions Taproot for continued growth of our pipeline assets, as our company’s business development efforts attract additional acreage dedications to the Taproot pipeline,” said Kevin Sullivan, Taproot CEO.“Taproot looks forward to supporting Bonanza Creek’s planned growth and expansion in the core of the northeast Wattenberg over the term of the agreement,” said Rod Donovan, Taproot COO. “The in-service date for the expansion project is expected to be in the second quarter of 2020.” Source: Company Press Release In conjunction with Bonanza Creek’s dedication of nearly 70,000 gross acres (subject to Bonanza Creek’s pre-existing dedications), Taproot will extend its existing multi-service midstream system (the “Baja System”) approximately 35 miles south (the “Rattlesnake Extension”) to transport Bonanza Creek’s crude oil to Taproot’s Baja System for re-delivery at Tallgrass Energy Partners’ (NYSE: TGE) Buckingham Terminal (the “Buckingham Terminal”), with ultimate delivery to Cushinglast_img read more

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