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delphin

(ˈdɛlfɪn)
n
1. (Animals) an archaic word for dolphin
2. chem a fatty substance made from dolphin oil
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8 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of natural gas are approved from Delfins proposed offshore Louisiana floating LNG terminal in the Gulf of Mexico.
Development of the Delfin project offshore of Cameron Parish, Louisiana will include the construction of floating liquefaction and storage vessels.
The Delfin project would further position the United States to become the predominant LNG supplier to the rest of the world.
The Energy Department conducted an extensive review of the Delfin LNG, LLC application.
It was further noted that this was Delfins first attack.
In a telephone interview in Morton Grove with Delfins son, Joseph, it was learned that a wake for his father will be held in Olongapo City.
His mother, Amelia, will bring Delfins ashes to the U.
Virgilio Jonson, a fellow alumnus of Delfin from the Far Eastern University Medical School in Manila was with him in the ambulance and at the time of his passing.