Now that we’re in the New Year, John Mayer fans have been eagerly awaiting to hear news about The Search For Everything – Mayer’s new album. After releasing the lead single “Love On The Weekend” last month, Mayer promised more new music to come by the end of January, but didn’t reveal any further information… until now.A quick glance at Mayer’s Instagram page shows a 3×3 image depicting a potential album artwork. You can see a screenshot below.When you scroll through the images individually, which were uploaded around 4AM last night, the captions details Mayer’s plan for releasing the new album. He says that songs from The Search From Everything will be released four at a time, per month, and that the Wave One will begin on January 20th. The four songs to be released are: “Moving On And Getting Over”, “Changing”, “Love On The Weekend” and “You’re Gonna Live Forever In Me.”Check Out The New “Unicorn” Pedal Inspired By The Guitar Tone Of Jerry Garcia & John MayerMayer has also promised to tour both before and after Dead & Company‘s major summer tour, though no dates have been revealed for his solo agenda. We can’t wait!
Siemens received an order from Pakistan for a complete power island for the new combined cycle Punjab Power Plant Jhang, under a €200 million order. The order was placed by the China Machinery Engineering Corporation, the EPC contractor building the project for the independent energy provider Punjab Thermal Power.The liquefied natural gas (LNG)-operated plant is being built 250 kilometers southwest of Lahore and will provide a power generating capacity of 1.3 gigawatts, Siemens said.The power island from Siemens includes two SGT5-8000H gas turbines, one SST-5000 steam turbine, two heat recovery steam generators as well as control and auxiliary systems. Siemens will also be responsible for engineering and project management as well as for the associated on-site services.The power plant will initially feed electricity in simple-cycle operation in December 2018. It will then take up combined cycle operation in November 2019.