Malin Head coastguard delegation visiting Stormont today

first_img Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly By News Highland – March 12, 2013 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Pinterest Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson WhatsApp Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny Malin Head coastguard delegation visiting Stormont today John DallatRepresentatives of the Irish Coastguard Service, including a delegation from Malin Head will visit Stormont today at the invitation of East Derry MLA and Deputy Speaker John Dallat.Mr Dallat says today’s visit is a celebration of the close links between Malin Head and the Coastguard north of the border, but it can’t be forgotten that the idea for the invitation came at a time that Malin head was under threat.During last year’s campaign to save it, he and a number of colleagues from Limavady Borough Council addressed the Oireachtas Committee on Transport on the importance of the Coastguard in the cross border context.He believes that helped highlight the all island dimension of what the Coastguard does……[podcast][/podcast] Pinterestcenter_img 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today WhatsApp Previous articleCouncil defends quality of drinking water in LetterkennyNext articleCauseway hospital diverting patients to Derry and Antrim News Highland Google+ Facebook Facebook Google+ Twitter News Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector publishedlast_img read more

Pacific Ethanol, Inc. enters into agreement to sell ownership interest in Pacific Aurora, LLC

first_imgAurora Cooperative currently holds a 26% ownership interest in Pacific Aurora Pacific Ethanol, Inc. enters into agreement to sell ownership interest in Pacific Aurora, LLC. (Credit: Adam Radosavljevic from Pixabay) Pacific Ethanol, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEIX), a leading producer and marketer of low-carbon renewable fuels and high-quality alcohol products in the United States, announced today it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its 74% ownership interest in Pacific Aurora, LLC to the Aurora Cooperative Elevator Company (Aurora Cooperative) for $52.8 million of consideration, subject to certain working capital adjustments. Aurora Cooperative currently holds a 26% ownership interest in Pacific Aurora, LLC. Included in the sale are two ethanol production facilities with a combined annual production capacity of 145 million gallons, a grain elevator with storage capacity of 4.1 million bushels and integrated rail facilities located in Aurora, Nebraska. After working capital adjustments and the settlement of certain payables between Pacific Aurora, LLC and the Aurora Cooperative, the consideration received at closing is expected to be approximately $27 million in cash and $16.5 million in promissory notes. The sale is anticipated to close within the next 45 days, subject to customary closing conditions.Neil Koehler, Pacific Ethanol’s president and CEO, stated, “We are pleased to come to agreement with our valued partner Aurora Cooperative. The sale of our interest is a win-win for both companies, strengthening Pacific Ethanol’s balance sheet while providing Aurora Cooperative with full ownership of these assets. We are confident that under Aurora Cooperative’s capable management and farmer ownership the facilities will provide value to the local community and the overall ethanol industry. We are committed to a smooth transition of operations and look forward to further collaboration with Aurora Cooperative in growing a successful ethanol business.”Chris Vincent, Aurora Cooperative President and CEO, stated, “This investment is a great opportunity for Aurora Cooperative, its owners, and the communities that we support. We understand the significance that these two ethanol plants, grain facilities and rail assets mean to our owners. Achieving full ownership of this local destination market is pivotal to our shared success. We look forward to these assets providing long term value for our owners, our Cooperative and our communities.”last_img read more