Phoenix Beverages Limited (PBL.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Beverages sector has released it’s 2021 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Phoenix Beverages Limited reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations visit the Phoenix Beverages Limited company page on AfricanFinancials.Phoenix Beverages Limited Interim Results for the Third Quarter DocumentCompany ProfilePhoenix Beverages Limited is a Mauritian company that produces bottles and distributes alcoholic and non- alcoholic brews. Under the company’s production line, there are numerous renowned brands represented. With brands such as Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, Malta Guinness and Smirnoff Ice, Coca-Cola, Fanta, Sprite, Schweppes, Dasani and Crystal table water, being produced and sold by the company under the respective contract agreements. The company is headquartered in Phoenix, Mauritius Phoenix and operates as a subsidiary of Phoenix Investment Company Limited. Phoenix Beverages Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
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CopyHouses•Barbian, Italy Save this picture!© Gustav WilleitIn analogy to this environment, an object was developed in an intensive multi-layered planning process that takes up the essential components of the characteristic natural and cultural landscape of the “Eisacktal” and integrates itself into the topography and the building context in a self-evident manner. A building with an awareness of ecological mineral healthy structure, which was built in consequence with insulating concrete. A new generation of the material, which was developed for this concept.Save this picture!© Gustav WilleitSave this picture!© Gustav WilleitIn order to meet these requirements, unique details have been developed which work without composite construction. No polyurethane, no plastic.Save this picture!© Gustav WilleitSave this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Gustav Willeit“The special climatic conditions in the Alps, as well as the requirements of the national energy saving guidelines, force experts to think about how the application of building materials can be optimized without the production of special waste.” Architekt Andreas GruberSave this picture!© Gustav WilleitThis topic will be of much interest to us in the future. A building must therefore be 100% recyclable for us. The construction material “Dämmbeton” has these prerequisites and was taken up for this concept. Together with competent and innovative partners, this goal has been transformed into a functioning prototype. From this point of view, the object is not an experiment, but a built reality.Save this picture!© Gustav WilleitProject gallerySee allShow lessGS1 Portugal / PROMONTORIOSelected Projects22 Haganim st. Ramat Ha’sharon / Bar Orian ArchitectsSelected Projects Share 2017 “COPY” Manufacturers: Geberit, HEISS FENSTER, MARVO, TECNOPOR, TRENKWALDER PARTNER, TÖTSCH EINRICHTUNGSHAUSCollaborators:Josef March, Paul Schmidt, Gabi Palla, Klimahausagentur Bozen, Christian Gamper, Manfred AndergassenCity:BarbianCountry:ItalyMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Gustav WilleitRecommended ProductsWindowsAccoyaAccoya® Windows and DoorsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsWindowsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Casement Windows – Rabel 8400 Slim Super Thermal PlusWindowsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Unit-Glaze SystemText description provided by the architects. Long-drawn natural stone walls shape the image of the western part of the Eisacktal in South Tyrol- Northern Italy. In the area of Bressanone You can find a granite stone with a considerable percentage of iron; in the southern Eisacktal You find porphyry, which change his colour in the weathering process in a dark gray. The building site in Barbian, a steeply slanting east slope, characterized by the same walls, with a magnificent view to the Dolomites, the Schlern, the impressive mountain in Val Gardena and the chubby Plose. Habitat Andergassen Urthaler / Architekt Andreas Gruber ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/871407/habitat-andergassen-urthaler-architekt-andreas-gruber Clipboard ArchDaily Photographs: Gustav Willeit Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Houses “COPY” Italy Year: Habitat Andergassen Urthaler / Architekt Andreas GruberSave this projectSaveHabitat Andergassen Urthaler / Architekt Andreas GruberSave this picture!© Gustav Willeit+ 21 Share Architects: Architekt Andreas Gruber Area Area of this architecture project Projects Area: 150 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/871407/habitat-andergassen-urthaler-architekt-andreas-gruber Clipboard Photographs CopyAbout this officeArchitekt Andreas GruberOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBarbianItalyPublished on May 17, 2017Cite: “Habitat Andergassen Urthaler / Architekt Andreas Gruber” 17 May 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
The Grand Appeal launches Family Mile event in Great Bristol 10K Melanie May | 6 April 2016 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Tagged with: fundraising events hospital The Great Bristol 10K has announced a new event in partnership with Bristol Children’s Hospital charity The Grand Appeal.The 10K will now include a Family Mile for runners aged three and upwards, with a course based around the main event village at Bristol’s Harbourside.The Great Bristol 10K sees 12,000 participants running the course, which starts and finishes at Harbourside, and takes in Clifton suspension bridge. Entry is still open for this year’s event, which takes place on 15th May. Entry price for the Family Mile is £7, with more information on entering available online: www.greatrun.org/bristol10k.Tom Westman, event manager of the Great Bristol 10K said:“We’re really pleased to be able to include a family element in the event this year. It’s so important to encourage children to enjoy being active from a young age. The event will start and finish at the main event finish line, hopefully we’ll inspire some young runners of the future to take on the 10k in years to come.” 73 total views, 1 views today Advertisement 74 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1
A 2018 popular protest in Quito targets the Ecuadorean president.Ibarra, EcuadorParts 1 and 2 are available on workers.org.Workers World spoke with Pedro de la Cruz, an Indigenous representative at the Constituent Assembly of 2008, the Constituyente, who spoke of what was happening in his region.De la Cruz and Indigenous leaders of five communes in and around Cotacachi, a town in the countryside about 30 miles west of Ibarra, made use of “ancestral herbal cleaning agents” and raised funds to purchase chemicals (there was no government help) when they organized “mingas” − community work for collective action − to disinfect roads and streets. Faced with the COVID-19 threat, the communes organized road closings with roadblocks to prevent the National Police from reentering the communities of the canton after an incident involving repression of youths. Road closings restrict traffic to only one entrance, making it possible to disinfect every car entering the area.“Solidarity and social economy” campaigns are rising up out of necessity everywhere to solve local problems. Indigenous, community-based and socialist programs will serve as models for a new Ecuador. People in Otavalo and other cities are organizing urban gardens with municipal assistance.An article published on greennetworkproject.org on April 22 illustrates the leadership of an Indigenous elected official in Azuay Province. The official used provincial resources to organize mingas to provide health assistance and support people in quarantine. Peasants deliver harvestsThe people governing Azuay promote bartering agricultural produce with two neighboring provinces. Peasants have delivered 45 tons of Indigenous harvests from small farming communities free to poor neighborhoods in nearby Guayaquil.In Quito a team of volunteers is prepared to work with the municipality in a campaign to assist 3,500 people who live on income from recycling, which adds up to approximately 15,000 people counting their families.In the very epicenter of the pandemic, Mónica Brito Mendoza, teacher and activist from the sector of the Guasmo Sur in Guayaquil, was interviewed by Voices from Guayaquil. (April 25, rebelion.org)In her sector of Guasmo, Brito Mendoza reported, “Seven cooperatives with approximately 3,000 families do not have access to free medical care. We have the Guasmo hospital nearby, but this hospital has not been able to meet the demand of the population, since it had to attend the cases of COVID-19 in the whole city.”The teacher/activist said, “Without access to free hospital or medical care, the poor families in my cooperative, living in precarious and overcrowded housing, have created solidarity networks.” Free medical care is provided by volunteers online through direct phone calls and via Whatsapp texting. Neighbors distribute food to each other, making certain that the poorest families are fed. Organizing to disinfect streets twice a week helps to calm people and to solidarize the community. Brito Mendoza herself has contracted and survived the coronavirus, thanks to telemedical assistance, but she has lost family to the disease. She is actively helping others, using the same digital technology that she believes saved her.She observed: “We are fortunate that in our neighborhoods the self-employed merchants carry the groceries to our doorsteps. Throughout the morning, the sellers of the most varied products that can be offered in the market parade around, selling fruits and vegetables, dairy products, grains, seafood and medicine, all in tricycles, cars and trucks, accompanied by their respective speakers. This has made it so that you don’t need to go out much.“Our country has suffered a hard blow to the health budget in the last three years,” she continued. “In coastal areas such as Guayaquil, workers in charge of vector spraying to control mosquitos were fired, and in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have had to face an impressive increase in dengue outbreaks because the fumigation budget was practically eliminated. “This should lead the people of Guayaquil and Ecuador to understand that free public health care is a citizen’s right that the State must guarantee. Without health there is no life; without health there is no economy.” The masses of Ecuador had shut the country down in the first week of last October in solidarity with the Indigenous uprising against President Lenín Moreno’s package of International Monetary Fund austerity measures that ended the fuel subsidy. The country was ready to heat up the streets again on May Day. Public service workers had been suspended without compensation in the months of March and April. Trade unions (which represent 4 percent of the working class) denounced the layoffs, flexibilization [allowing bosses to worsen working conditions and control schedules] and a proposal to tax wages to pay for the crisis. CONAIE issues manifestoThis year the Confederation of Indigenous Nations (CONAIE) issued a manifesto with strong unifying demands. May Day was quiet in comparison with October, but when the pandemic runs its course, the people will rise up again. It’s only a matter of time.Meanwhile, 40,000 prisoners are threatened by overcrowding, which makes physical distancing impossible. There were prison uprisings in Ibarra and other locations. Prison factories are producing rough coffins for Guayaquil. On the morning of April 12 prisoners in El Inca Social Rehabilitation Center in Quito began a hunger strike to demand testing and health protections in the face of the COVID-19 emergency. The Department of Labor provoked an outcry from trade unions and the Ecuadorian Medical Federation on April 28 (three days before May Day) with resolution #022, which declares COVID-19 does not constitute “an occupational disease” for health workers and other at-risk essential workers. Minister of Health Zevallos had claimed health workers brought the disease to work with them.Minister of Government María Paula Romo (citizen commander of the National Police that murdered 11 people during the October uprising) tweeted #022 after the outcry. She said that the burden will be on workers to prove their illness is “a workplace accident.”Health workers and citizens protested drastic budget cuts and the firing of thousands of doctors and nurses in early 2019. Protests are ongoing in Ibarra, Quito, Cuenca and Guayaquil over the lack of personal protective equipment, inadequate supplies and hospital facilities to cope with the pandemic.On March 26, the citizens of Pedernales had to go into the streets in violation of the curfew to stop the health ministry from moving their much needed mobile tent and trailer “hospital” from there to Guayaquil. But there is an untold story in Pedernales, a city without a hospital which hasn’t yet suffered any fatalities from the pandemic. Hundreds died in Pedernales four years ago on April 16, 2016, when it was levelled by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck the coastal province of Manabi. The province’s residents remember President Moreno’s betrayal of the earthquake victims when he diverted $800 million earmarked for reconstruction. Ecuadoreans will not forget how neoliberal governments always put profits first, before the needs of the people. 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A movement has been growing since the Rochester Labor Council’s Oct. 8 resolution supporting a general strike if Trump refuses to leave office. This bold initiative was followed by a similar resolution by the Central Wisconsin Labor Federation. Both groups called on the AFL-CIO to launch the general strike to thwart a right-wing, racist, anti-worker Trump coup.Now the push is on for workers to withhold their labor in defense of their basic democratic rights. The Western Massachusetts Area Labor Federation passed a resolution Oct. 19 for a general strike and other “nonviolent action,” if “Donald Trump and his GOP enablers attempt to obstruct, subvert, sabotage, overturn or reject a fair and complete count of presidential ballots.” Federation organizer Lydia Wood explained, “We consider that the most powerful tool the movement has.” There are 30 member unions in the federation.On Oct. 21, the MLK Labor Council, which covers King County around and including Seattle, resolved to “work with allies in the anti-racist, environmental justice, feminist and poor peoples movements as well as the LGBTQ+, religious minorities and immigrant communities to make contingency plans in response to undemocratic actions by President Trump and his allies.”The council resolved further that “MLK Labor will take actions to prepare for widespread nonviolent action including protests and work-stoppages by coordinating peacekeeper and other necessary trainings.” AFSCME Local 304, representing state workers, had passed a resolution two days earlier urging the Council to take this position.An October 20 webinar to discuss the general strike strategy featured Association of Flight Attendants-CWA President Sara Nelson, a potential candidate to succeed AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka. Tens of thousands of rank-and-file unionists have signed a “defend democracy” pledge to take to the streets and shut the country down, if necessary to prevent a coup. The Detroit area branch of the American Postal Workers Union appealed to members to sign the pledge.Store clerks in 1946 general strike, Oakland, Calif.Trumka has not yet taken a position on the general strike calls. But, as Portland Electrical Workers (IBEW) member Doreen McGrath states: “There is a lot of groundswell from rank-and-file workers who are putting pressure on union leadership to pass these resolutions.”General strikes — collective work stoppages involving a large section of workers in a particular area or a country — are uncommon in the U.S. Besides May Day 2006, the best-known general strikes took place in Seattle in 1919 and in Minneapolis and San Francisco in 1934. Others occurred in Terre Haute, Ind., in 1935, Lansing, Mich., in 1937 and Oakland, Calif., in 1946 — all a long time ago.More calls for “no business as usual” are sure to come if Trump does not respect the vote of workers and oppressed people. This general strike would be one of the few political strikes — as distinguished from economic strikes — in U.S. labor history. The most recent was the mass strike of immigrant workers on May 1, 2006. In 1947, 250,000 autoworkers walked off the job to protest the anti-union Taft-Hartley Act, which led to union-busting across the country in the decades that followed. Recently, professional athletes struck in solidarity with Black Lives Matter.A general strike countrywide — or even in scattered locations — over a political crisis would intensify the class struggle in ways unseen in decades.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Education Jeff Wang and Bill Opel Appointed to PCC Bond Oversight Committee From STAFF REPORTS Published on Tuesday, September 6, 2016 | 7:27 pm First Heatwave Expected Next Week EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Community News Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena More Cool Stuff Make a comment Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Dr. William Opel (Jeff Want not pictured)The Pasadena City College Board of Trustees has appointed La Canada resident Jeff Wang and Pasadena resident Dr. Bill Opel to the Measure P Bond Oversight Committee. Wang was nominated by trustee Dr. Ross Selvidge who represents La Canada, west Altadena and west Pasadena on the Board of Trustees. Opel was nominated by trustee Jim Osterling who represents Northeast Pasadena, East Altadena and Sierra Madre on the Board.Selvidge said that “the Board is delighted that Wang and Opel have agreed to serve the community and college in this important position.” Osterling said that “I would like to thank Dr. Opel for agreeing to step in and complete the work to assure that the remaining funds are spent in accordance with the Bond Issue passed by the voters in 2002. Because of the Oversight Committee’s dedicated service, PCC has demonstrated that it is a good steward of the taxpayers’ funds.” Wang and Opel will serve as two of twelve members of the Committee. The Board of Trustees expressed its gratitude to Anthony Portantino and Felicia Williams whose seats on the Committee Wang and Opel will fill.Since 2006, Wang has served as Treasurer of the City of La Canada Flintridge. He holds degrees in mathematics and business from MIT and UCLA. For the past fifteen years, Wang has been a principal with Kelmar Capital Management LLC, a registered investment advisory firm based in Pasadena.Opel served for 32 years at the Huntington Medical Research Institute retiring in 2014, when he was the President & CEO. A PCC alumnus, Opel is a long-time supporter of PCC and is a board member and Past President of the Pasadena City College Foundation. Dr. Opel has served on numerous charitable and corporate boards over many years.The Oversight Committee was established upon the passage of PCC’s Measure P Bond in 2002. The $150 million facilities bond passed with an overwhelming 70% approval vote. Most of the projects have been completed including PCC’s award-wining Center for the Arts building which now houses PCC’s visual and performing arts programs as well as two performance venues.The Committee is responsible for exercising oversight to ensure that bond proceeds are expended only for allowed purposes. Annual reports to the public are issued documenting the status of the uses of the bond funds. The Committee will continue in existence until the last funds have been spent and the final accounting and audits are completed. Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy 2 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Community News Subscribe Top of the News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,PCC – EducationVirtual Schools PasadenaDarrell Done EducationHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Business News Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Herbeauty10 Of The Most Notorious Female Spies In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThis Trend Looks Kind Of Cool!HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyNerdy Movie Kids Who Look Unrecognizable TodayHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Brutally Honest Reasons Why You’re Still SingleHerbeautyHerbeauty
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Dezer developmentgil dezerThe ClosingVideo Share via Shortlink Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Tags For this month’s The Closing, The Real Deal sat down with Gil Dezer, the head of Dezer Development and one of the most active real estate players in South Florida. The family-run firm, which was started in 1970 by Dezer’s father, Michael, is behind flashy projects such as the Porsche Design Tower and Residences by Armani/Casa.The elder Dezer influenced his son’s approach to real estate, according to the developer, teaching him “[h]ow to negotiate, how to be patient, know when you’re winning, know when you’re losing.”Dezer was also candid about his approach to management and his partnership with Donald Trump, saying that “not for a minute” did he regret having such a close relationship with the former president. He also brushed off the idea of getting into politics himself.“I don’t think I’d be in it directly,” he said. “It’s like being on your condo board. You do all the work and nobody says thank you for it.”Watch the interview above.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFootballNon-RegionFILLMORE, Utah-Austin Burraston had 18 carries for 125 yards, averaging nearly 7 yards a carry, and Jed DeGraffenried amassed 2 sacks, two tackles for a loss and a deflected pass as the Millard Eagles doubled up Delta 24-12 in the annual Millard County rivalry game in non-region football action.The Eagles, despite amassing only 217 yards of offense, subsisted on short fields by forcing three Delta turnovers on the Rabbits’ half of the 50 and capitalizing to improve to 3-0 on the season, with all wins coming against Class 3-A schools.Tilden Kesler returned an Austin Topham fumble six yards for a score and Brooks Myers threw a 4-yard scoring toss to Sam Marshall for a touchdown while running 16 yards for another score on an impressive fake handoff on the option read. Wyatt Alcala added a 24-yard field goal and an interception in the win for Millard as well.Trey Brough had 5 carries for 62 yards in the loss for the Rabbits and Jake Jackson had a pair of 1-yard touchdown runs for Delta.Millard is next in action September 6 at Kanab to commence 2-A South football play, while Delta stays in western Utah to visit Grantsville in a non-region game. The Cowboys are coming off a 12-7 loss to Manti this evening.BEAVER, Utah-Kaleb Barney had a pair of touchdown runs and EJ Allred had a touchdown run and returned a fumble 49 yards for another score as the Beaver Beavers pounded South Summit 32-0 Friday in non-region football action. Tyson Bartlett also nailed a 36-yard field goal in the rout for the Beavers.KANAB, Utah-Sam Orton tossed a 4-yard touchdown pass to Clay Shakespear and recovered a fumble for another score as the Kanab Cowboys walloped Gunnison Valley 34-8 Friday in non-region football action. Michael Warino returned a fumble 40 yards for a touchdown while Drew Hafen added a 40-yard punt return for a score and Trey Chatterley had an 8-yard touchdown jaunt in victory for Kanab. Zach Stewart had a 65-yard touchdown run in the loss for the Bulldogs.GRANTSVILLE, Utah-Jax Parry threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Travis Thomson and the Manti Templars outlasted the Grantsville Cowboys 12-7 Friday in non-region football action. The Templars also received a 73-yard fumble recovery for a score from Tyler Taukei’aho in this battle of old-school former region rivals.MILFORD, Utah-Bryson Barnes tossed five touchdown passes and ran for four more scores as the Milford Tigers overpowered the Class 4-A Ogden Tigers 58-35 in non-region football action Friday. Barnes became only the ninth player in Utah high school football history to account for nine touchdowns in a game in the momentous victory for Milford.MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Connor Jorgensen caught a pair of touchdown passes as the North Sanpete Hawks decimated South Sevier 52-0 Friday in non-region football action. Kaden Taylor added a pair of scoring runs in the rout for the Hawks. Additionally, Trevin Morley, Brayden Church and Xander Shelley had scoring runs in the laugher for North Sanpete.COALVILLE, Utah-Taylor Crane ran for a pair of scores and the North Sevier Wolves smacked North Summit 47-20 in non-region football action Friday. Aaron Gale returned an interception 37 yards for a touchdown and ran 10 yards for another score as well for the Wolves. Gabe Wilcox and Riley Mayo also had touchdown runs for North Sevier in the win with Jagan Blackburn also returning a punt for a score for the 2-1 Wolves.RICHFIELD, Utah-Braxton Perez and Logan Wride each ran for scores as the Payson Lions downed Richfield 17-7 Friday in non-region football action. Gavin Brown had a 4-yard touchdown run in the loss for the Wildcats.SALEM, Utah-Jarret Elmer and Jordan Ware each ran for scores and Luke Clawson nailed a 42-yard field goal as the Salem Hills Skyhawks stormed past Juab 24-0 in non-region football action Friday.Baseball1A South RegionPANGUITCH, Utah-The Valley Buffaloes topped Panguitch 11-4 in 1A South Region baseball action Friday.BICKNELL, Utah-Braige Jacobsen hit three doubles and recorded three RBI to help the Wayne Badgers come from behind and beat Diamond Ranch 10-6 in 1A South Region baseball action Friday. Bridger Brian, Logan Chappell, and Dallas Failner all added doubles in the win for the Badgers.PRICE, Utah-The Piute Thunderbirds scored 13 runs in the top of the first inning and never looked back in an 18-2 win over Pinnacle in 1A South Region baseball action Friday.GREEN RIVER, Utah-Joel Romo had two hits and drove in a run, but it wasn’t enough as the Bryce Valley Mustangs fell on the road to Green River 7-1 in 1A South Region baseball action Friday. August 30, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 8/30 Brad James Tags: Austin Burraston/Brooks Myers/Delta Rabbits/Jake Jackson/Jed DeGraffenried/Millard County Rivalry/Millard Eagles/Sam Marshall/Trey Brough/Wyatt Alcala Written by
The contract will see Saipem carrying out inspection using a wireless underwater intervention drone and an ROV Image: Roberto Di Silvestro (left), head of Sonsub at Saipem, Giovanni Chiesa, head of subsea engineering and underwater technologies at Saipem, Sophie Hildebrand, chief technology officer Equinor, Hans Henrik Nygaard, procurement Equinor, and Gry Lindboe, manager procurement Equinor. Photo: courtesy of Arne Reidar Mortensen/Equinor. Italian oil and gas contractor Saipem has secured a subsea service contract from Equinor, on behalf of the Njord licence, for €40m (£35.63) at its Njord field development in the Norwegian Sea.Under the 10-year contract, which includes five two-year options for additional extension, Saipem will carry out inspection using a wireless underwater intervention drone and an ROV.The contract will make Norwegian multinational energy company Equinor the first user of technology expected to be completed in 2020.Equinor executive vice president, technology, projects and drilling Anders Opedal said: “This is a historic contract in the oil and gas industry. It is the first contract signed for the use of advanced wireless drone services.“We are pleased to secure a contract that will bring subsea technology a big step forward.“Equinor aims to help shape the development of this type of technology, which this contract underscores.”The technology will employ Hydrone-R and Hydrone-WEquinor said the new technology will employ an underwater intervention drone (Hydrone-R) and an all-electric work class ROV (Hydrone-W).The company added that the drone may be autonomous below the Njord A pltform for months between scheduled maintenance. Hydrone-W will be connected to the platform like a traditional ROV. Both macines are electric and can be operated without a surface vessel.The technology is expected to help in reduction of carbon emissions along with the response time.Additionally, the weather conditions will not affect the operations .Njord operations manager Olav Godø said: “It is very exciting to be a pioneer for this type of technology offshore. Enabling personnel to plan and perform operations from shore rather than being flown offshore, this pathbreaking technology will also reduce costs.”The underwater drone will use the Equinor’s proprietary docking station for data transmission and subsea induction charging that will be installed below Njord. Hydrone-W is expected to be fully developed in 2021 and will be used for heavy intervention work.