UK-based offshore technology firm Osbit has won a contract by FTAI Ocean to design and build a well intervention tower system.The so-called ‘smart tower system’ is to be installed on FTAI’s vessel M/V Pride and facilitates integrated riserless and riser-based well intervention operations in water depths up to 1,500 metres.Osbit, managing director Brendon Hayward, said: “We are perfectly placed to supply this system with our extensive experience of delivering complex well intervention systems and large-scale offshore handling equipment. Osbit’s smart tower system represents our continued commitment to reducing the risk and cost profile of projects for our clients enabling increased safety and greater operational time offshore.”Jon Attenburrow, managing director at FTAI Ocean, said: “We look forward to working with Osbit to develop the intervention tower and transform the M/V Pride into a world-class well intervention vessel.”
The JCD Jr. High Eagles soccer team travel to Rising Sun winning 4-3. Scoring for Eagles Caleb White 3 (Hat Trick). Luke Meyer 1. Assist CJ Kuhn and Brady Comer.Courtesy of Eagles Coach Larry Hammond.
Columbus, IN—A Columbus woman was arrested overnight after she was seen trespassing in a department store and later tore open a bag of drugs contaminating a Columbus Police Department patrol vehicle with fentanyl early Tuesday morning. CPD officers were dispatched to Walmart in regards to a woman acting suspiciously inside of the store. The officers made contact with the woman, who was identified as Alexis R. Daniels, 20, of Columbus and confirmed that she had previously trespassed on the property. Daniels was placed under arrest and patted down for weapons and contraband prior to being transported to the Bartholomew County Jail. Upon arriving at the jail, officers observed a white substance on Daniels’ hands and in the floorboard beneath where she was seated. The white substance later tested positive as a mixture of heroin and fentanyl.The CPD patrol car was quarantined and the interior was later cleaned by members of the Joint Narcotics Enforcement Team and Indiana State Police Clandestine Lab Team.Daniels was preliminarily arrested on allegations of Trespassing, Obstruction of Justice, and Possession of a Narcotic Drug.
On Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released its final report on the FIU bridge collapse that left six people dead and ten others injured in Miami on March 15, 2018.NTSB officials held a hearing about the results Tuesday, where its staff of engineers and investigators presented evidence that the bridge’s “catastrophic failure” stemmed from a flawed design with “significant errors.”NTSB officials not only blamed design errors for the tragedy but also faulted “Florida International University, the Florida Department of Transportation and the project’s engineers and contractors for failing to exercise independent judgment, or even common sense, in leaving the busy road underneath the bridge open while a construction crew performed emergency work.”An NTSB official reiterated the findings of the investigation that FDOT engineers failed to listen to warnings about cracks in the bridge before the collapse.The cracks were “screaming that there was something definitely wrong with this bridge, and yet no one was listening,” said NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt.The investigation has officially come to an end, but the case may be far from over.According to The Miami Herald, the NTSB’s ruling may influence whether Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernández Rundle plans to file criminal negligence charges against the project team for its decision to treat the cracks the bridge as minor.Click here to learn more.Related content:NTSB report reveals shocking new details in deadly FIU bridge collapse
A BRACE off the boot of Alister Lynch ensured Den Amstel maintained their lead in the points table of the West Demerara Football Association (WDFA) STAG Beer Senior League, which continued on Sunday at the Den Amstel ground, West Coast Demerara.Lynch’s double assisted his side to secure a narrow 3-2 win against Eagles.The game started badly for Den Amstel as Eagles were first to go ahead through an Alonzo Henry sixth-minute conversion, but 13 minutes later, the home side found the equaliser as Lynch found the back of the opposition’s net for the first of his double.Thirteen minutes before the break, Kevon Ward sent Den Amstel into the lead, but one minute before lemon-time, Eagles were able to level the score as Henry tucked in another goal (44th minute).Locked 2-2, going into the second session, both teams were guilty of not finishing some good build-ups for the most part of the session and it was not until the 67th minute that Lynch netted his second goal to take his team to 19 points from seven matches.Den Amstel won six of their matches to date and drew the other. They have so far scored 18 goals and conceded eight.Eagles, on the other hand, are fourth in the standing with 10 points from six matches. They have won three, lost two and drawn one and have so far recorded 21 goals and conceded 11 for a plus 10 goal difference.Meanwhile, in the opening fixture on Sunday, Stewartville secured a walkover victory over Veggae Boys and are currently sixth in the points standing with 10 points from seven matches after winning three and losing a similar number while drawing one.Veggae Boys, on the other hand, are second from the bottom of the standing after playing eight matches. They won one and lost the other seven. They have conceded 36 goals while scoring only nine.
Sergio Ramos Ramos said suggestions he intentionally played for the yellow card “hurts”, tweeting “I have not forced the card”.Earlier Ramos had told reporters he would “be lying if I said I didn’t force [the booking]”.On Thursday, Uefa said: “A disciplinary inquiry has been opened in connection with the statements made by Real Madrid player Sergio Ramos.”The Spain international was making his 600th appearance for Los Blancos and his side secured a first-leg advantage through Marco Asensio’s goal two minutes before the controversial booking.Pundit Martin Keown said it was “very obvious” Ramos was looking to pick up a third booking in the competition to be banned for the second leg – a suspension at this stage greatly reduces the risk of missing a match later in the competition with all bookings wiped following the quarter-final stage.“In a game there are many tensions, many sensations and many pulsations,” Ramos tweeted. “You have to make decisions in seconds. The best of today is the result. The worst, not being able to be with my team-mates for a game.”Ramos’ team-mate Dani Carvajal received a two-game ban from Uefa when he was judged to have been booked on purpose in the final minute of a 6-0 win over Apoel Nicosia in last season’s tournament.Ramos and former Real midfielder Xabi Alonso were both booked late on in a 3-0 quarter-final first-leg victory over Galatasaray in 2013.Both players were also criticised in 2010, when they were booked and sent off in the final five minutes of a group game with Ajax, meaning they missed the next fixture, with Real already assured of progress to the knockout stage.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram UEFA is investigating comments from Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos after it was suggested he was booked on purpose late in Wednesday’s Champions League last-16 first leg at Ajax.Ramos fouled Kasper Dolberg in the 89th minute with Real leading 2-1, earning a suspension for the second leg.A player who purposely obtains a booking can be banned for two games.
Phil D’Abbraccio: Syracuse 24, Central Michigan 14Pass the chipsWith Terrel Hunt back under center for a full game and a week off to heal the offensive line’s bumps and bruises, Syracuse will be back to normal.Jesse Dougherty: Syracuse 17, Central Michigan 21Getting chippyOn a slow day in Mount Pleasant, the Chippewas have a little more juice than a Syracuse team scrambling for answers.Jacob Klinger: Syracuse 31, Central Michigan 24Candy MountainLike the (presumably) fictional peak, Mount Pleasant provides a winning destination for the Orange, but leaves SU with a troubling canker sore. Comments Related Stories Syracuse football looks to improve its goal-line offense at Central Michigan Published on September 12, 2014 at 5:20 pm Facebook Twitter Google+
Published on January 16, 2015 at 12:34 am Contact Paul: firstname.lastname@example.org | @pschweds Briana Day was sprawled across the court four minutes into the second half. Head coach Quentin Hillsman and a trainer were gathered around Day, whose heavy breathing was audible from across the court just after she tweaked her ankle.On the Syracuse sideline, associate head coach Vonn Read told other players to get ready to step up as Day limped to the locker room.But five minutes later, Day returned to the game and added five more crucial rebounds as Syracuse pulled away late.“Briana really, really grew up today,” Hillsman said. “… Last year, I don’t know if she would have came back tough like that. I think she understood the urgency. She understood that we really needed her.”Despite missing the game’s final 2:19 after fouling out, Day’s 13 rebounds and seven blocks — tied for a career-high — were instrumental in No. 25 Syracuse’s (12-5, 2-2 Atlantic Coast) 73-62 win over Wake Forest (9-9, 0-4) in front of 364 in the Carrier Dome on Thursday night.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAnd though Day only totaled six points, she battled down low with the ACC’s fourth-best rebounder, Dearica Hamby, who Hillsman called a “future WNBA lottery pick.”“It was really tough playing with fouls and then the injury but … I feel like I came back and did the best I could, knowing that I was still hurting,” Day said. “It was all for my team, really.“That’s all it is every night.”While the Orange’s Alexis Peterson shined with a career-high 32 points, Day’s gritty, grind-it-out performance keyed SU’s 28 offensive rebounds and a 47-35 overall rebounding advantage against the Demon Deacons.Day tallied six first-half blocks, and did a good job defensively on Hamby, who took fewer shots in the paint as the game progressed.“I usually don’t block because they always call the foul, but I guess tonight, (the refs) were my friends tonight,” Day said. “They just let me play basketball.”After Day returned, she continued to impress even though she admitted after the game the ankle injury slowed her down.With six and a half minutes left in the game and Syracuse possessing a five-point lead, Diamond Henderson drove to the paint and forced a layup that ricocheted off the backboard.In the middle of four Wake Forest players, Day rose up, snagged the ball out of the air and kicked out a pass to an open Brianna Butler, who knocked down a 3 to open up an eight-point Orange lead.“Briana’s a tough player,” Peterson said. “A lot of people may think she’s undersized or she’s too small but Briana has one of the biggest hearts.”But Hamby responded. The Demon Deacons trailed SU 59-51 with 4:43 to go and over the next minute and a half, and Hamby scored six straight points to pull WFU within two.On the next possession, Henderson missed another jumper, but Day got position in front of Hamby and grabbed the rebound. She missed her put-back, but out-muscled Hamby for the second consecutive board. Five seconds later, Peterson hit a 3 with 2:39 to go.Day’s two rebounds against Hamby were the two final plays she made before fouling out, but what she accomplished in her 28 minutes on the court was more than enough.Said Hillsman: “For Briana Day to come off and play like that, what else can you ask for?” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Signed Neymar shirts and a Rolex watch were among the items stolen with the family telling the police goods worth around 20,000 euros in total were taken.“The door was closed but not locked,” the police said.“The door was lifted off its hinges and the thieves took luxury handbags, jewellery, football shirts and designer clothes,” the police confirmed.Paris Saint-Germain had a happier evening leaving Strasbourg with a 4-2 win and a place in the League Cup quarterfinals.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery’s Paris apartment was burgled on Wednesday evening as his side won a cup tie away at Strasbourg.The robbery at the top floor flat of a chic Parisian street in the 16th arrondissement was discovered around 11pm by Emery’s wife. Emery himself got back from Strasbourg in the early hours of Thursday.
Share Share Submit Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 Related Articles TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020 Paddy Power Betfair has announced its intention to withdraw its Paddy Power brand from the Italian market. Moving forward the Paddy Power Betfair group’s sole presence in the Italian market will be through the Italia branch of Betfair. Plentwin365 recently overtook Bet365 to become the Italian online sports betting market leader, after it benefited from a commercial boost after its newly formed partnership with Serie A side, Napoli. The news of Paddy Power’s departure comes amidst much speculation that the Italian government plans on increasing tax on both land based and online betting operators in the country. According to reports in Italy, taxes paid by land-based betting operators will be raised one point, from 18% to 19%, whereas the current online tax rate of of 22% which regularly sees operators report profits could be increased from its current rate of 22% to 23%.The decision, which was reportedly made after the 2016 merger between Paddy Power and Betfair means that the group will close its PaddyPower.it site in December and Italian bettors will cease to have access to PaddyPower.com.Recent financial results indicate that the integration between Paddy Power Betfair is going smoothly, with its H1 2017 delivering a 9% increase on pro-forma revenues of £827 million and leaving Paddy Power Betfair ‘well positioned for sustainable and profitable growth’. CT Gaming bolsters Italian profile with The Betting Coach August 27, 2020 StumbleUpon