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As part of the deal, Saltfleetby Energy will pay Angus an initial GBP2.5 million, which Angus will either use to reconnect the field to the UK gas grid or for abandonment costs, if reconnection is not commercially viable.
"Dr Gingell's success in winning a Royal Society University Research Fellowships firmly establishes her as a rising star in the study of magnetic reconnection and shock waves within the Earth's magnetosphere," says Professor Knigge.
The decision includes several matters including fees for disconnection and reconnection of water service.
an initial contribution of GBP 2.5m (USD 3.18m), which funds will then be applied by Angus either to assume 100% of the costs to be incurred during the reconnection of the field to the National Gas Grid or to satisfy all abandonment costs at the field (excluding existing subsurface pipework beyond the immediate sites) if reconnection at commercial rates is not available.
Cardiff council said its Reconnection Service helps homeless people to return home or relocate and ensures support is in place when they get there - and it was not a service seeking to "wash its hands" of the problem.
Cardiff Council says its Reconnection Service helps homeless people to relocate or return home and ensures support is in place when they get there - and insists it is not trying to "wash its hands" of the problem.
Households whose electricity has been cut due to outstanding sums can apply for reconnection at any EAC customer service centre, the announcement said.
The consumer will also have to pay reconnection charges and fine at the restoration of gas connection.
The consumer will also have to pay reconnection charges and fine at the end of three-month period for restoration of gas connection.
As part of efforts to denuclearize the regime, South Korea has pushed for inter-Korean projects, including the railway reconnection.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers have captured a difficult-to-view singular event involving 'magnetic reconnection' -- the process by which sparse particles and energy around Earth collide producing a quick but mighty explosion -- in the Earth's magnetotail, the magnetic environment that trails behind the planet.
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