The Hague-based energy giant Shell will supply LNG to the project under a long-term deal signed with Energía del Pacífico. Image courtesy of BW LNG Inverengy is the main shareholder of Energía del Pacífico, the company behind the LNG-to-power project currently under construction at the Port of Acajutla. A steel cutting ceremony to mark the start of the module construction was held at China’s COSCO yard on Tuesday, according to BW LNG, a unit of the Singapore-based gas shipping company BW Group. Once completed, the Wartsila module will be installed onboard Shell’s 2002-built LNG carrier Gallina that will be converted to an FSRU. Work has started on a regasification module that will be installed onboard El Salvador’s first floating and regasification unit. BW LNG signed a contract last year for the provision of an FSRU with U.S.-based private energy company Invenergy that is developing El Salvador’s first LNG-to-power project. Besides the floating LNG import facility, the project includes the construction of a 378-megawatt natural gas-fired power plant and an approximately 44-kilometer electric transmission. The project, expected to be able to meet 30 per cent of El Salvador’s energy demand, is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2021.
Villarreal defender Gabriel Paulista is to join Arsenal with striker Joel Campbell moving the opposite way on loan, according to the Spanish club.The La Liga outfit say an agreement has been reached in principle for the £15m-rated 24-year-old to move to London.They also say Costa Rica international Campbell, 22, will move to Spain for the rest of the season.However, Arsenal will have to secure a work permit before completing a deal for uncapped Brazilian Paulista.Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger confirmed on Thursday that the Premier League club was in talks over the signing of the centre-back, who joined Villarreal from Brazilian club Vitoria in 2013.Given the potential work permit issues, he said there was a 50-50 chance the player would move to the Emirates Stadium. Campbell signed for Arsenal in 2011 from Costa Rican club Saprissa.He has since been loaned out to French club L’Orient, Spanish club Real Betis and Greek side Olympiacos.Campbell helped his country reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup in Brazil in 2014 and has made 10 appearances – without scoring a goal – for Arsenal this season.
EL SEGUNDO — By the end of Thursday’s training camp session, Lonzo Ball felt fatigued. But he was more focused on what he didn’t feel.Pain.For the first time this season, Ball, the 20-year-old second-year point guard felt healthy enough to go through an entire practice. Since a knee injury that ended his rookie year prematurely and led to offseason surgery for a torn meniscus, Ball has been sidelined and limited from full competition.While he’s not likely to take the floor in Sunday’s preseason opener against the Denver Nuggets, getting back into a full practice felt like a significant step in the right direction after months of restrictions. Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years During one offseason pick-up game after hitting several consecutive 3-pointers, he drew effusive praise from President of Basketball Operations Magic Johnson (“Oh my goodness, this boy here. Wow.”). Teammate Brandon Ingram said “he can shoot the damn basketball.” James’ comments Thursday might’ve been the most glowing yet.“He doesn’t say anything and he works his butt off,” he said. “He puts in his work. … But he can shoot the peel off the ball, man, and it’s going to be very good for our ballclub, no matter if it’s to start the season or whenever. If he ever gets his number called, when he gets his number called, he’ll be ready because he just loves what he does.”JAMES WILL PLAY IN PRESEASON OPENERWhile it seems unlikely Ball will see action Sunday, James will, Walton confirmed after practice. The 33-year-old forward is not expected to play close to a full game, but he’ll see the floor in San Diego.“We talked about it a little bit today, so we’ll get him out there on Sunday and see how much he plays and it will be determined later but he’ll get out there and play on Sunday,” Walton said. “He will not play 48 (minutes). It will be more than one and less than 48.”Related Articles Ball acknowledged he was “rusty,” throwing some of his characteristic pin-point passes slightly off-target. But Walton was complimentary of what he saw from Ball.“He looked really good,” he said. “It was good to see him out there cutting and making his reads and his passes.”In the first two days of camp, Ball said it was up to him to tell the staff if he was ready to fully participate. Recently he had some swelling in his knee, but this week, he said, the inflammation has been down and he hasn’t been in pain, even when working on his cuts and change of direction motions.It was the first time Ball shared the court with new teammate LeBron James, one of his idols growing up. But he said he wasn’t intimidated by the experience.“I am never nervous,” Ball quipped good-naturedly. “I mean, he is just another person at the end of the day. He’s not God.”MYKHAILIUK TURNING HEADSWhile the media viewing portion of practice tends to be after the true action, there is at least one event cameras have begun lining up for: Svi Mykhailiuk’s 3-point shooting.The rookie out of Kansas has been remarkably consistent at the end of practices from the 3-point line, hitting 20 straight shots during one segment on Wednesday afternoon. A 44-percent 3-point shooter as a college senior, Mykhailiuk had a reputation as one of the draft’s best shooters – one which has only been bolstered as the Lakers have watched him throughout the week. The Lakers went through what Luke Walton called “a controlled scrimmage” on the third day of training camp, installing more offense. He said the effort was good, but the execution was not as sharp – as the team continues to figure itself out, he called some of the practice “sloppy.” Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with Packers“Did the whole practice. Did everything today,” he said. “Obviously I was a little tired but had to get back.”