first_imgMarie DealessandriAcademy WriterFriday 26th March 2021Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareCompanies in this articleBAFTAHades was the undisputed winner of the BAFTA Games Awards 2021, bringing home five trophies.Supergiant’s hit won Best Game, Artistic Achievement, Game Design, Narrative, and Performer in a Supporting Role for Logan Cunningham — his first BAFTA win.Animal Crossing, The Last of Us Part II, and Sackboy: A Big Adventure each won two awards.Animal Crossing won Game Beyond Entertainment and Multiplayer, while Sackboy took home the British Game and Family categories.The Last of Us Part II won the Animation trophy, while Laura Bailey received her first BAFTA, for Performer in a Leading Role, for her performance as Abby. Naughty Dog’s acclaimed game also won EE Game of the Year, which was voted for by the public.Related JobsEnvironment Artists – New IP South East Creative AssemblyLead Sound Designer South East Creative AssemblyRemote Environment Artist Console Studio UK UK & Europe Big PlanetDiscover more jobs in games The BAFTA Games Awards took the form of a digital ceremony once again this year, hosted by Elle Osili-Wood. Media Molecule studio director Siobhan Reddy received the BAFTA Fellowship this year.Here’s the full list of winners for the BAFTA Games Awards 2021:Animation: The Last of Us Part IIArtistic Achievement: HadesAudio Achievement: Ghost of TsushimaBest Game: HadesBritish Game: Sackboy: A Big AdventureDebut Game: CarrionEvolving Game: Sea of ThievesFamily: Sackboy: A Big AdventureGame Beyond Entertainment: Animal Crossing: New HorizonsGame Design: HadesMultiplayer: Animal Crossing: New HorizonsMusic: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles MoralesNarrative: HadesOriginal Property: Kentucky Route Zero: TV EditionPerformer in a Leading Role: Laura Bailey (The Last of Us Part II)Performer in a Supporting Role: Logan Cunningham (Hades)Technical Achievement: DreamsEE Game of the Year (voted by the public): The Last of Us Part IIlast_img read more

first_imgFAR, an independent oil and gas explorer with high impact assets in East and West Africa, has completed detailed geotechnical studies and assessed significant hydrocarbon resource potential in its Guinea Bissau 3 blocks offshore, Sinapa Block 2 and Esperanca Blocks 4A/5A in West Africa. FAR’s hydrocarbon resources assessment is unaudited.The existing East Sinapa oil discovery is estimated to contain Contingent Resources of 13.4 million barrels of oil (unrisked, 2C, 100% basis), with 2.0 net to FAR. East Sinapa is also estimated to contain Prospective Resources of 7.5 million barrels of oil (unrisked, Best Estimate, 100% basis) with 1.1 million net to FAR. The Sinapa-2 discovery well drilled by Premier in 2004 encountered 124 metres of gross oil column with further oil encountered updip by a side track well.The West Sinapa prospect which is expected to be drilled by the joint venture in late 2014 is estimated to contain Prospective Resources of 64.7 million barrels of oil (unrisked, Best Estimate, 100% basis) with 9.7 million net to FAR. The prospect is assessed to have significant upside with 251.7 million barrels of oil (unrisked, High Estimate, 100% basis) and 37.8 million barrels net to FAR.A further 14 prospects and leads have been identified in the permits. The total combined Prospective Resources for the 3 blocks are estimated to contain 954 million barrels of oil (unrisked, Best Estimates, 100% basis) with 143 million net to FAR. An immediate follow up well is planned in 2014 in the event of success on the West Sinapa well.FAR’s Managing Director, Catherine Norman, said: “FAR’s hydrocarbon resource assessment confirms the billion barrel oil potential of FAR’s offshore Guinea Bissau permits. The two existing discoveries in the permits provide clear evidence of a functioning hydrocarbon system thus the chance of exploration success in our first well in the permits, planned for late 2014, is relatively high. With the permits being located in benign shallow waters, the costs of exploration and development are commercially attractive. Our Guinea-Bissau permits are an emerging strong component of our diversified African exploration portfolio and have the potential to add significant value for our shareholders.”FAR’s Guinea-Bissau BlocksFAR holds a 15% participating interest and 21.43% paying interest in Sinapa Block 2 and Esperanca Blocks 4A/5A in offshore Guinea-Bissau. Petroguin, the National Oil Company, has a 30% participating interest which is non-paying during the exploration phase. Svenska Petroleum Exploration Guinea Bissau A.B. (“Svenska”) holds the remaining participating interest and is Operator of the permits. The Block 2 joint venture is planning to drill a well in late 2014.East SinapaThe East Sinapa discovery was made by Premier in 2004 with the drilling of Sinapa-2 well. The well intersected a salt related structure with a gross oil column of 124 metres (measured depth), and oil was also encountered updip by a sidetrack well. A Competent Persons Report prepared by Synergy in 2012 made a probabilistic assessment of the recoverable hydrocarbon volume intersected by these wells and assessed Contingent Resources of 13.4 million barrels of oil (unrisked 2C, 100% basis) with 2.0 million net to FAR. Additional potential was also recognised by Synergy in deeper sands which were water bearing in the wells, but were assessed to have the potential to contain trapped oil in up dip locations against the salt dome.Since then, 3D seismic was acquired over a large portion of the acreage including the East Sinapa discovery. The results of this did not materially impact on the Synergy assessment of Contingent Resources.West SinapaThe West Sinapa prospect is a salt related feature adjacent to the East Sinapa discovery. In 2010 a 1,640 km2 3D seismic survey was acquired over a large portion of the acreage including the West Sinapa prospect. Svenska received the processed data in December 2012 and following preliminary interpretative work, the data was provided to FAR in August 2013. FAR has since completed a detailed interpretation of the processed 3D data.The modern 3D seismic and geological data indicates that the reservoir at West Sinapa and other prospects may be greatly improved over that of the Sinapa-2 well.The East Sinapa discovery and the West Sinapa prospect are sufficiently close such that, should drilling on West Sinapa result in discovery of oil, both features could conceivably be developed using a single production facility. The combined Contingent and Prospective Resource potential of the two features is estimated by FAR to be 85.6 million barrels of oil (unrisked, 2C and Best Estimate, 100% basis) with an upside potential of 324.8 million barrels (unrisked, 3C and High Estimate, 100% basis).Other Prospects and LeadsIn addition to the Sinapa-2 discovery well, a significant oil column was encountered in PGO 3 in Block 2 (drilled by Exxon in 1969) which tested a tilted fault trap. In its interpretation of the modern 3D seismic data, FAR has assimilated existing well data in the vicinity of its Guinea-Bissau permits including the Sinapa-2 and PGO 3 discoveries, earlier 2D seismic data acquired over the permits, geotechnical analysis prepared by Premier and the current Operator, and FAR’s extensive regional geotechnical regional database including data and analysis from its other neighbouring permits in AGC and Senegal.Mapping of the modern 3D seismic data has resulted in a number of analogous and potentially larger prospects being identified; both salt related features and tilted fault traps. A conclusion of significance from FAR’s assessment is that the large Atum structure identified from 3D data is considered to be analogous to the prospective shelf edge structures that FAR has identified in its Senegal acreage, one of which will be drilled in early 2014. Atum has a prospective resource potential of 471.7 million barrels (unrisked, Best Estimate, 100% basis). A number of salt related prospects have also been identified, including the North Solha prospect, which have the potential to be tied back to a future production facility at Sinapa, should that eventuate.Combined Prospective Resources for the Sinapa Block 2 lease and the Esperanca Blocks 4A/5A lease have been assessed at 954 million barrels of oil (un-risked, Best Estimate, 100% basis).[mappress]Press Release, February 05, 2014last_img read more

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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Auburn coach Gus Malzahn talks after Saturday’s 45-21 loss at LSU.Auburn OC Rhett Lashlee on Jeremy JohnsonPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUND Session ID: 2020-09-18:4273d661ee597397211a8b0e Player ID: videojs-brightcove-player-382292-4498197948001 OK Close Modal DialogCaption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.AUBURN – A description of Rhett Lashlee’s assessment of the Auburn football program Sunday night could be frank, honest but also needs to include the word, correct.In his weekly media session Sunday, Lashlee said Auburn (2-1, 0-1 in Southeastern Conference) “got whipped” last weekend in an embarrassing 45-21 loss at LSU and said the Tigers “don’t look good in any area” when it comes to statistical output.“I think everybody could see that, in all facets and all areas of the game, we got our tail kicked,” Lashlee said Sunday. “That happens. Give them credit, they whipped us. There are a lot of things we’ve got to spend time working on to get better and it’s everybody, the whole collective offense. We’ve got a lot of work to do to get better and that’s our charge to get ready for Saturday.”According to the numbers, Lashlee is accurate.Starting with Lashlee’s side of the ball, here is a breakdown of where Auburn ranks statistically in certain categories according to cfbstats.com:PLAYS OVER 20 YARDS: 6 (T126th or 2nd worst in nation, WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)PLAYS OVER 20 YARDS vs. FBS: 3 (T124th or 3rd worst in nation, 2nd WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)SCORING OFFENSE: 26.3 points per game (T88th in nation, 13th worst among 65 Power 5 schools)SCORING OFFENSE vs. FBS: 26 points per game (T68th in nation, 16th worst among 65 Power 5 schools)RUSHING OFFENSE: 171.67 yards per game (79th in nation, 17th worst among 65 Power 5 schools)RUSHING OFFENSE vs. FBS: 175 yards per game (63rd in nation, 30th among 65 Power 5 schools)PASSING OFFENSE: 157.7 yards per game (113th in nation, 8th WORST among Power 5 schools)PASSING OFFENSE vs. FBS: 118.5 yards per game (117th in nation, 5th WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)TOTAL OFFENSE: 329.3 yards per game (114th in nation, 5th WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)TOTAL OFFENSE vs. FBS: 293.5 yards per game (113th in nation, 4th WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)TURNOVER MARGIN: minus-5 (T116th in nation, T5th WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)TURNOVER MARGIN vs.3R FBS: minus-3 (T105th in nation, T5th WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS: 43.75% (T39th in nation, 20th among 65 Power 5 schools)3rd DOWN CONVERSIONS vs. FBS: 35% (83rd in nation, 21st worst among 65 Power 5 schools)DEFENSERUSHING DEFENSE: 270 yards per game (T124 in nation or 4th WORST, WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)RUSHING DEFENSE vs. FBS: 324.5 yards per game (127th in nation or 2nd WORST, WORST among 65 Power 5 schools) NOTE: Auburn has the worst rushing defense vs. FBS among Power 5 schools by a very large margin. The next CLOSEST school is Kansas at 281 yards per game (a 43.5 yards difference). SCORING DEFENSE: 29.7 points per game (92nd in nation, 8th WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)SCORING DEFENSE vs. FBS: 34.5 points per game (T91st in nation, 4th WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)PASSING DEFENSE: 172.7 yards per game (32nd in nation, 23rd among 65 Power 5 schools)PASSING DEFENSE vs. FBS: 120.5 yards per game (6th in nation, 5th among 65 Power 5 schools)3RD DOWN DEFENSE: 50% (T116th in nation, 3rd WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)3rd DOWN DEFENSE vs. FBS: 51.85% (T113 in nation, 3rd WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)OPPONENTS PLAYS OVER 20 YARDS: 13 (T74 in nation, T13th WORST among 65 Power 5 schools)OPPONENTS PLAYS OVER 20 YARDS vs. FBS: 10 (T65 in nation, T19 WORST among Power 5 schools)Auburn’s reaction to LSU lossLouisiana State defensive back Dwayne Thomas (13) and Louisiana State linebacker Deion Jones (45) tackles Auburn Tigers quarterback Jeremy Johnson (6) during the NCAA football game between LSU Tigers and Auburn on Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015, at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, La. LSU Tigers defeated Auburn Tigers 45-21.Louisiana State defensive back Dwayne Thomas (13) and Louisiana State linebacker Deion Jones (45) tackles Auburn Tigers quarterback Jeremy Johnson (6) during the NCAA football game between LSU Tigers and Auburn on Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015, at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, La. LSU Tigers defeated Auburn Tigers 45-21.Malzahn: “We got our rears kicked”Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Auburn defenders Kris Frost and Jonathan Jones talk about the struggles of stopping Leonard Fournette in Saturday’s 45-21 loss at LSUJeremy Johnson reflects after 45-21 loss at LSUPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUNDlast_img read more