Brazil’s oil company Petrobras has reported that its total production of oil and gas, including natural gas liquids (NGL), in September 2018 was 2.47 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (boed), on par with production in August.FPSO P-69; Source: PetrobrasPetrobras said that, of the 2.47 million boed produced in September, 2.35 million boed were produced in Brazil while 125 thousand boed were produced abroad.The production in September was on the same level as the previous month when the company also produced 2.47 million boed.Total production operated by the company (Petrobras and partners’ share) was 3.18 million boed, with 3.02 million boed in Brazil.The company added that it achieved the monthly record of utilization of gas produced of 97.1%.Petrobras said that it maintained its commitment to the production target disclosed in the Business and Management Plan 2018-2022, considering the ramp-up production of the platforms that have already started operation this year.The company referred to the P-74 in the Búzios field, FPSO Cidade de Campos in the Tartaruga Verde e Mestiça field, and P-69 in the Lula field as well as the beginning of the production of new systems planned for the fourth quarter of 2018.
The authorities first reported theattack in Indelimane, Menaka region, on Friday, but gave a lower provisionaldeath toll. Malian soldiers on parade in Bamako last year. At least 53 soldiers and one civilian were recently killed in an attack on an army post in northern Mali, according to the government. GETTY IMAGES/THE NEW YORK TIMES BAMAKO – At least 53 soldiers and onecivilian were killed in an attack on an army post in northern Mali, thegovernment said. The militant group has posted dozensof claims for the attacks in several countries since the United States specialforces killed its previous leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi last weekend. Islamic State claimed responsibilityfor the attack on Saturday, without providing evidence. Thirty-eight Malian soldiers were alsokilled on Sept. 30 in coordinated attacks on two army bases in central Mali,which has slipped from government control despite the presence of the Frencharmy and other international forces.(Reuters)
And manager Com Collins says a change in the Championship structure is needed.Roscommon are through to the Connacht Football Championship final for the first time since 2011.They came from 0-8 down at half-time to beat Sligo by 4-16 to 2-13 in their semi-final at Dr Hyde Park.Donegal eased in to the Ulster Football Championship semi-finals.A goal in either half from Odhran MacNiallais helped them beat 14-man Fermanagh by 2-12 to 0-11.In the Leinster Football Championship, Meath set up a semi-final date with old rivals Dublin.Mickey Newman scored 0-7 as they beat neighbours Louth by 0-20 to 1-13 at Parnell Park.Westmeath are through to face Kildare in the other semi after they edged Offaly by 0-13 to 0-12 at Cusack Park.Meanwhile, the GAA will confirm times and venues for 1B of the football qualifiers later today.After losing to Westmeath yesterday, Offaly will meet London while Fermanagh’s defeat to Donegal sets up a meeting with Wexford.Also in Division 1B it’s Down v Longford and Antrim v Limerick.The matches will be played on June 25th and 26th.This coming Saturday in 1A it will be Laois and Armagh in Portlaoise from half-three while Derry now meet Louth in Owenbeg at 5pm and it’s Carlow and Wicklow at Netwatch Cullen Park at 7pm.On Sunday, Leitrim and Waterford do battle in Carrick-on-Shannon at 2pm. Clare football manager Colm Collins has described the Provincial football championships as “dinosaurs”.They lost to Munster Champions Kerry by 2-23 to 0-17 in their semi-final at Fitzgerald Stadium yesterday.Clare haven’t played a game since their Allianz League Division 3 final win over Kildare at Croke Park in April.