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Oil and gas company i3 Energy has engaged an acquisitions and divestitures advisor, FirstEnergy Capital LLP, to assist with the farm-out of the greater Liberator development and appraisal program.i3 said on Wednesday that FirstEnergy was active in recent UK North Sea transactions and, upon the company’s assessment of numerous potential advisors, was determined to be the most capable party to assist with its JV initiative.It is intended that the process will conclude in advance of i3 receiving Liberator field development plan (FDP) approval.i3 had previously granted a 90-day period of exclusivity to a potential joint venture partner during which time the farminee was expected to deliver on key assurances. While some of these remain outstanding, i3 stands ready to consider the potential farminee’s proposal at such time as their structural issues have been resolved.Concurrent with its farm-out process, the company said it would engage UK-based lenders to upsize the level of credit that may be available for its Liberator development.Indicative proposals had been received in November 2017 when Brent was circa $60/bbl and prior to i3’s award of Block 13/23c in the UK’s 30th Offshore Licensing Round, containing the western extension of the Liberator field, which added 22 MMBO of 2C Contingent Resources and 47 MMBO of mid-case Prospective Resources to i3’s portfolio.i3 added that it was progressing with all requirements needed to achieve FDP approval in early 2019. An enlarged FDP will be presented to the OGA for consideration before the end of the year.Majid Shafiq, CEO of i3, who took on the role earlier this month, said: “We are confident that FirstEnergy is best placed to help us during our first concerted effort to market i3’s development and appraisal program of the greater Liberator area to potential joint venture partners and we are very pleased to be working with their team.“Liberator has received strong interest to date, and both i3 and our A&D advisor believe this farm-out process to be well-timed within the current environment.”The Greater Liberator Area consists of the Liberator oil field discovered by well 13/23d-8 and the Liberator West extension. i3 holds a 100% working interest in both of these. Liberator is located in the North Sea, immediately adjacent to the Blake Field and only two kilometers from Blake’s producing drill center.
While the Cardinals are reportedly “close” on a deal to trade Rosen to the Dolphins, Smith and an NFL Network panel debated Rosen’s fate, and Smith went off.”You are replaceable … so now you’re mad because they brought some competition in here, so you’re going to try to take your ball?” Smith asked rhetorically. “Well, first of all son, it’s not your damn ball to take anyway. Related News “You just keep playing with your phone and you keep showing us what the stigma of … who you were at UCLA, now you’ve brought it to the professional level. When things don’t go your way, you’re going to cry in the corner. But guess what, they’re going to ship your a— somewhere else, and you’re going to cry and be their problem.”This is a man’s game, be a man, and go against that man one on one … do your deal. Ain’t nobody giving you nothing. NFL trade rumors: Josh Rosen traded to Dolphins after Cardinals draft Kyler Murray Did Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen do something to tee off Steve Smith?The former NFL All-Pro wide receiver, now an NFL Network analyst, mercilessly ripped Rosen during a broadcast Friday. Rosen, the Cardinals’ No. 1 pick a year ago, had been criticized by some for unfollowing the Cardinals on social media after they drafted QB Kyler Murray on Thursday with the No. 1 pick. When it was suggested Rosen might be on the Cardinals’ roster for training camp, Smith went off again.”You know why he won’t be on the roster? He ain’t got enough heart to be on that roster,” Smith said. “He got to go out there and work his a— off. He don’t want to work. He wants something given to him.”While some on social media applauded Smith’s harsh remarks, others thought he was out of line.Thoughts3If Steve Smith got picked in first round, and after that year a new coach said Smith is my guy, my starter, and then 2 months later drafted someone to replace Steve Smith, would Steve say, “I’ve got to man up+beat out the new guy?”Doubt it. He’d be bitter. Justifiably.— Peter King (@peter_king) April 26, 2019This felt a little over the top. I respect Steve’s work to become a thoughtful host, but everyone has prejudices. And people who were ordained early on (five-star recruits, first-round picks), who grew up in comfortable circumstances are never going to be his style. https://t.co/eaBE2G2kKU— Darin Gantt (@daringantt) April 26, 2019Rosen, selected No. 10 overall by the Cardinals last year, struggled last season with an undermanned Arizona offense, passing for 2,278 yards (5.8 yards per attempt) with 11 touchdowns and 14 interceptions in 13 starts.
Harry Kane has heaped further pressure on Leicester City by saying the Premier League title is now theirs to lose after Tottenham cut the gap to five points.The Englishman was again in fine form as Spurs thrashed Stoke 4-0 at the Britannia on Monday night to take advantage of the Foxes’ draw at home to West Ham on Sunday.And Kane admits that all his side can do is keep winning with Leicester in control of their own destiny with four games of the season remaining.“I think so,” said Kane when asked if the title was Leicester’s to lose.“All we can do it keep doing what we’re doing and keep winning games like we did tonight.“They’re in the driving seat, they’re five points clear, but like I said there are four games left and all we can do is go out there and put in performances like we did and win the games.”Kane scored two more goals on Monday night to take his Premier League goal tally to 24 for the season, meaning he has now scored more than the whole of the Aston Villa squad combined.The 22-year-old’s form is great news for England ahead of the European Championships this summer and Kane confesses that he believes he will score in every game he plays now.“Yeah, I have that confidence,” he added on Andy Goldstein’s Sports Bar.“If I can get my shots off and find some space then hopefully I’ll score a couple of goals.“I feel confident and as a striker I think you need that and you need that belief that when you go out on the pitch you’re ready to score goals for your team.”