Ivy HouseBranstyWhitehavenCumbriaCA28 6PL Ben Lowery, Technical capability lead, Sellafield Ltd recently lost his wife, Yvonne, after a battle with a rare form of cancer.In this video, Ben tells us how he and Yvonne were supported by the Stronger Together cancer support group.Stronger TogetherThe Stronger Together group holds monthly meetings and provides support for Sellafield employees who have been affected by cancer, whether that be their own battle or through a loved one. The group works in partnership with various groups including Macmillan Cancer Support.Monthly meetings are held 13:00 – 15:00 on the first Tuesday of each month, anyone working for Sellafield is welcome to come along. For further information on this group please contact Sam Pollen 07770 876201 or Sharon Reynolds 07736 796392.
Venture Global says the installation of the first modules is an “important milestone” for the project consisting of eighteen mid-scale, modular liquefaction trains. Venture Global LNG’s Calcasieu Pass project is pushing forward with construction and it received last week the first liquefaction equipment at its site in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. Image: Venture Global LNG US LNG engineer Chart Industries supplied the cold boxes, which are the first of eighteen that will be part of the Calcasieu Pass liquefaction process system. The Calcasieu Pass LNG export plant, with a price tag of about $4.5 billion, will have a capacity of 10 million tonnes per year. Chart delivered the cold boxes more than four months ahead of schedule and ten months after the project’s final investment decision, according to the statement. Image: Venture Global LNG Venture Global said in a statement it started setting in place two brazed aluminum heat exchangers, also known as cold boxes, on Thursday. Venture Global plans to launch the facility in the autumn of 2022. The trains are factory-fabricated in Italy by Baker Hughes. Besides this project, the US company is also developing the 20 MTPA Plaquemines liquefaction plant and the 20 MTPA Delta LNG project, both located in Louisiana.