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01/11/2021
22:50
Wow. Its a much bigger project than I had envisaged. No wonder they needed to raise 12mm
chickbait
01/11/2021
22:15
If you go to page 33 this appears to be the new design as it is only a month old. HTTPS://www.angusenergy.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Angus-Energy-Saltfleetby-Reserves-Valuation-Report.pdf
ja51oiler
01/11/2021
22:05
In accordance with Condition B.2(2) of Schedule 2, Part 17, Class B of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 (as amended) this prior approval is hereby granted subject to the following conditions which the Mineral Planning Authority is satisfied are expedient to impose so as to ensure the proposed development would not injure the amenity of the neighbourhood or to avoid or reduce that injury. The conditions are as follows: 1. The development shall be undertaken strictly in accordance with recommendations set out in the following documents and plans: Documents (all received 04 May 2020) Planning Statement; Construction Noise Assessment; Operational Noise Assessment; Transport Statement; Landscape and Visual Appraisal; Preliminary Ecological Appraisal (PEA) Report; and Flood Risk Assessment. Plans (all received 04 May 2020) Drawing No. AE-SFB-004 – 'Construction Stage Plan'; Drawing No. AE-SFB-005 - 'Production Stage Plan' Drawing No. AE-SFB-007 – 'Production Stage Elevations'; Drawing No. AE-SFB-008 – 'Generator Screening Landscape Plan'. Reason: For avoidance of doubt and to ensure that the environment and the amenity of surrounding land users is protected.
ja51oiler
01/11/2021
21:57
Just clicked on the links. Way to many forms to read but I trust your word.
chickbait
01/11/2021
21:55
Chick They have approval for 8 structures. The CPR showed over 30! This is a query from the local council! "Given that the proposal seeks to install ‘processing facilities' in lieu of those lost at Theddlethorpe Gas Terminal, it is queried whether the proposal comfortably sits within what is allowed at the site and permitted at Part 17, Class B. i.e. is the proposal ancillary development, as allowed, or processing facilities which is beyond Class B"
ja51oiler
01/11/2021
21:44
HTTPS://lincolnshire.planning-register.co.uk/Planning/Display?applicationNumber=PL%2F0073%2F21 HTTPS://lincolnshire.planning-register.co.uk/Planning/Display?applicationNumber=PL%2F0052%2F20
ja51oiler
01/11/2021
21:41
JA51. If what you say is true then all of these new deadlines are pie in the sky? Also I'm still baffled why there is no need for a well test on the new side-track???
chickbait
01/11/2021
21:34
I think the "Moron" should be worried about the Planning Permissions issued at Saltfleetby. I have gone back and had a look at the Planning permissions granted for both the Sidetrack and the Processing facilities. They have both been granted with quite limiting criteria. No way in the world that the illustration in the CPR is going to be passed/allowed/signed off if that's the new design. This could be more than a little tricky as the permission was granted on a kind of technicality by the planning officer being it was a variation Aecom found to the existing permission. This was questioned by the local council at the time. The trouble now is It's absolutely nothing like that that they have been given permission for. It's almost 3 times the scale. If they need to Re-Apply it will become clear that what they are proposing is in fact a completely different operation. How they are talking about the first gas in Feb is just fantasy! Looking at the pictures on the Angus Twitter feed and that of the new design in last Weeks CPR there are now over 30/35 bits of equipment that have around 2/3 KM of NEW pipework to install onto, and then onto the existing equipment. The CPR gives a Sidetrack start date hoped for of Jan the 5th. The permission has been approved on there being a laydown area for the equipment only that is where all this new kit is now designed to go so that voids that permission! Even if they could carry the works out simultaneously there simply isn't enough room to do both even if they are allowed to. Finally, with all that expertise they have, you really would have thought they would know a fundamental question like can they produce and drill at the same time. As has been said earlier ...that would be a no then!!
ja51oiler
01/11/2021
19:30
JT - On the loan, well we'll see in good time. On the other point, I agree but troll is not the word I'd use, scum would be more like it.
1347
01/11/2021
17:53
jtisadlypvtfrazer "1347: and if you’re right.." Pahahahaha...and this imbecile believes it....pahahahaha...another load of negative supposition to end the day...so disingenuous...
sincero1
01/11/2021
17:26
1347: and if you’re right and it’s May, they won’t have enough cash flow to service the loan on time. We don’t know how the Lenders will feel about that.
jtidsbadly
01/11/2021
17:09
JT Oh yes for sure the HSE will decide what can (and in some cases must) and what can't be done, that's why Lucan was blathering on about HAZOPS etc. I've always felt myself that any SIMOPS would be limited in scope and I doubt it would include the actual drilling part, especially a re-perforation. Still we await the detailed plans on that score, so lets see shall we. Anything that speeds it up is fine by me as it shortens the time to the spring tide. They said they would be mobilising the rig in October and I posted a bit back that I thought they'd missed the window of opportunity to drill the sidetrack before first gas in February (which will be May in my view). So essentially they've painted themselves into a corner, either push back first gas or have a pause later for the drill. I note that in Kansas they think it's all hunky dory as even without the sidetrack they reckon they can get 5 MMSCFD as a worst case. Personally I don't buy that at all, other than for a short period after PBU, it goes against the production profile and decline rates thus far. So again let's see shall we, if the 5 or 10 MMSCFD narrative helps a larger spring tide then it's fine by me.
1347
01/11/2021
16:51
1347: I suppose the HSE may have a say in that. And how will they feel about Anguish’s decision not to conduct a well test? Does one sense a whiff of further delays?
jtidsbadly
01/11/2021
11:01
So that's a no then...
1347
01/11/2021
10:33
This is what I noticed: “C. We believe that simultaneous operations are feasible on this site but we do need to do much more work on how such operations would be conducted.” This is the answer to whether they can do the sidetrack and build the plant simultaneously.
jtidsbadly
01/11/2021
10:10
One thing people seem to be overlooking is how well the existing wells will actually flow given that they have been shut in for several years. Do they need to re-perforate them?
1347
01/11/2021
10:09
hits - of course you are correct and i agree it's a wait and see... but the board will obviously be better informed than us ..therefore their growing confidence must be seen as a generally positive thing ...
sincero1
01/11/2021
09:54
Sincero, I'm getting equally bored of saying that:- It is undeniable that the company has expressed improved confidence in the sidetrack. (which is not the same thing as the sidetrack categorically now being more likely to succeed. I mean, what else was ANG going to say about it?). Especially given that to my mind, it's now pretty much confirmed that the sidetrack absolutely needs to be successful in order for hedged volumes to be met (at least from Oct 2022 onwards). As ever, wait and see then. How much gas and by when?
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