Render of the 16-level Mali development at Mermaid Beach, which will offer 55 bespoke beachside apartments.A COLLECTION of bespoke beachside apartments that are due to hit the market within the next week have already attracted an “overwhelming” number of inquiries from potential buyers.The new residential tower, called Mali, will be built at 4-6 Alexandra Ave, Mermaid Beach.Ray White project sales manager Dean Muldoon said it was being developed by Dankav, which was also building the 51-apartment eight-level Ivy 95 tower. “It’s going to be 55 units over 16 levels,” Mr Muldoon said.He said they would have one, two and three-bedroom luxury residences with high-quality finishes and panoramic beach and city views. The building would also have shared pool facilities as well as a club lounge for residents to enjoy.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoMermaid Beach, Gold Coast.“There’s going to be two penthouses on the top … (and) a full residence lounge on the 9th floor,” Mr Muldoon said.Mr Muldoon said Ray White had been running an expressions of interest campaign for a few weeks in the lead up to the apartments hitting the market to generate interest.“They will officially be on the market by the end of the month,” he said.He said prices for each of the apartments would be revealed at a later date.“We’ve had a lot of interest so far – we’ve had an overwhelming response from (the expressions of interest campaign),” Mr Muldoon said.He said the project would officially start once Dankav had finished the construction of Ivy 95, which was expect to be in late July or early August.
The Liza Destiny FPSO has reached Guyanese waters 42 days after it set sail from a shipyard in Singapore.Liza Destiny FPSO reaching Guyana / Image Source: Hess CorporationThe news of the FPSO arriving in Guyana has been confirmed by Hess Corp, a partner in the ExxonMobil operated Stabroek block, where the Liza Destiny will now be moored.Able to produce up to 120,000 barrels a day, the Liza Destiny will be used by ExxonMobil to for the development of the first phase of the Liza offshore oil field.“After clearing customs, hookup and installation of the Liza Destiny FPSO will begin,” Hess said Thursday.The Liza Phase 1 development is on track for startup by the first quarter of 2020, which will make Guyana an oil-producing nation.ExxonMobil’s Liza field sits in the giant Stabroek block, which covers almost 27,000 square kilometers, circa 200 kilometers offshore Guyana and where ExxonMobil has struck more than a dozen oil discoveries which are yet to be developed, meaning a couple of more FPSOs should be deployed in Guyana in the upcoming years.The Liza FPSO, converted from a VLCC by Keppel, will be spread moored in a water depth of 1,525 meters and will be able to store 1.6 million barrels of crude oil.Liza Destiny, Guyana’s first oil production vessel, has arrived at the Stabroek Block after traveling 42 days. This vessel is a significant component of the Liza Phase 1 development, which will produce up to 120,000 gross barrels of oil per day.https://t.co/Ssphmh2Rla pic.twitter.com/vdz90fHPWD— Hess Corporation (@HessCorporation) August 29, 2019Offshore Energy Today StaffSpotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today, please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.
Scenes like this are illegal, says John DohertyMOTORISTS should take legal action against Gardaí or Revenue officials who seize their vehicles as officers are breaking European laws, a campaigner has claimed.And John Doherty from the Irish Drivers Association says motorists would WIN any legal challenge.He says it’s the Irish Government which is breaking the law and the seizure of vehicles for unpaid taxes – like road tax or vehicle registration tax (VRT) – actually breaches European legislation. Referring to the seizure of six more vehicles near Ballybofey on Monday – and one in which a man says he suffered a suspected heart attack – Mr Doherty said Gardaí are breaking the law.“The Gardaí and customs are acting under instruction from Michael Noonan to seize vehicles under the 1992 Finance Act which is contrary to Article 15 of the constitution for unpaid road tax and Customs Duty which is prohibited under article 25 of the Treaty of Rome,” said Mr Doherty.“Once again this proves that Garda resources are been dedicated to extorting revenue from an already hard pressed motorist while so many crimes go unsolved.”He has once again urged anyone who has had their car seized to take immediate legal steps. Mr Doherty added: “European law supersedes Irish law.” GARDAÍ ‘BREAKING THE LAW’ BY SEIZING UNTAXED CARS – CAMPAIGNER was last modified: April 8th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CUSTOMSIrish Drivers AssociationJohn Dohertyroad taxVRT