Saipem clinches $3.5B Marjan, Berri field deals with Saudi Aramco

first_imgItalian oilfield services giant Saipem has won a large part of a total of $18 billion worth of contracts awarded by Saudi Aramco as part of further development of Marjan and Berri offshore fields in Saudi Arabia.Illustration: Berri plant – Source: Saudi AramcoFollowing Saudi Aramco’s initial announcement on Tuesday that it had awarded 34 contracts worth $18 billion to various contractors with the aim to boost production capacity by 550,000 barrels per day of Arabian Crude Oil and 2.5 BSCFD of gas from Marjan and Berri offshore fields, Saipem has confirmed it has won two contracts worth over $3.5 billion.As part of the contracts, Saipem will be responsible for engineering, procurement, construction, and installation works and the development of the onshore facilities that are part of the Berri and Marjan gas fields, both located in the Arabian [Persian?] Gulf.According to Saipem, the first contract, “PKG-01 Expand Abu Ali Crude & KGP Gas Facilities” for the Berri field, concerns the expansion, through the installation of new process units, of the Abu Ali oil-gas separation plant located on the island of the same name, about 50 km north of the Ras Tanura refinery, and of the gas treatment plant of Khursaniyah.Related: Saudi Aramco to splash $18 billion on Marjan, Berri offshore fields The second contract, “Gas Treatment and Sulfur Recovery” related to the Marjan field, concerns the construction of a gas treatment unit and of another unit for the recovery of acid gases for sulfur production.“The treatment of acid gases will almost completely eliminate the release of sulfur oxides into the environment: more than 99.9% of the gases will be recovered and CO2 emissions into the atmosphere will comply with the most stringent international standards,” Saipem said.Offshore Energy Today StaffSpotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.last_img read more

Smolt Bolt and Bloater Bash celebrates fish migration

first_imgMACHIAS — More than 50 participants, spectators and volunteers celebrated the spring migration of the Atlantic salmon smolt and the alewives in the fourth annual Smolt Bolt and Bloater Bash on May 21 at the Downeast Salmon Federation’s East Machias Aquatic Research Center.The four-mile race was part of World Fish Migration Day and the Island Readers and Writers series of community events called “Alewives; Small Fish, Big Impact.”The top male runners were Evan Merchant (23 minutes and 26 seconds), Pete Williams (23:45) and Jacob Godfrey (24:16); and the top three females were Tricia Brown (28:45), Tricia Farrell (30:36) and Lisa Kearns (31:04).The series of events was a collaborative effort involving the Island Readers and Writers, the Downeast Salmon Federation, Maine Coast Heritage Trust, Cobscook Community Learning Center, the Downeast Coastal Conservancy and the Downeast Institute.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textDonors included, among other businesses, Machias Savings Bank, Emera Maine, APEX Clean Energy, Norton Insurance, Van Syckle Kia and Hanscom Construction. Raffle items were donated by Bangor Savings Bank, Whole Life Market, Tide Mill Creamery and Pineo’s True Value.For more information about the Downeast Salmon Federation, visit mainesalmonrivers.org or find the organization on Facebook or Twitter.last_img read more

Football News Chennaiyin FC signs Edwin Vanspaul on two-year deal

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. “And having familiar faces around me like Sabir (Pasha) Coach, (Dhanpal) Ganesh and (Sinivasan) Pandiyan will surely help me. I am also waiting to connect with the fans of the club and repaying their support with good performances on the pitch,” he said.Starting his career as a striker, Vanspaul has been deployed as a central midfielder, winger, right-back and left-back over the years. He played majority of last season with CCFC at right-back.”Edwin brings versatility and experience to our ranks. He was a pivotal player in Chennai City’s title winning side. And being from Tamil Nadu himself, he will be well aware of the responsibilities that come with representing a team from the state. We’re truly delighted to have him on board,” said Gregory. Chennai : Indian Super League team on Friday announced the signing of Edwin Vanspaulfrom I-League side Chennai City FC on a two-year contract. The versatile Vanspaul has been signed up on a permanent move subject to transfer window regulations, a press release said.The 26-year-old from Neyveli will be moving to Chennaiyin FC after three seasons at Chennai City FC, with whom he won the 2018-19 I-League title recently. He played in all CCFC’s 20 league games in the I-League season, starting in 19 of them and proved to be a vital cog in the campaign.”I feel I have made the right move in my career, at the right time. I always believe that learning never stops and I look forward to learning more with my new teammates under head coach John Gregory,” Vanspaul was quoted as saying in the release.last_img read more

Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ ” Mighty Ruler, Beacons highlight night two of Bartica Zone”

first_imgMIGHTY Ruler will oppose Police while Beacons will engage Walking Boys in the semi-final round of the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ Bartica Championship at the Bartica Community Centre Tarmac.Mighty Ruler emerged as the group-A winner following two wins in as many matches. The veteran outfit brushed aside Prison Service 2-0 in their first match, before hammering Potaro United 6-0.Their opponent was made to work for their berth in the semi-final round. Police upset Rivers View 2-1 in their opening match.The lawmen then suffered an unlikely loss in their second fixture, as they went down 3-1 to Goal-Raiders.On the other hand, Beacons stormed into the semi-final stage following victories over Goal-Raiders and Rivers View respectively.Beacons mauled Goal-Raiders 6-2 in their opening match, before returning to dismantle former champion Rivers View 3-0.Meanwhile, Walking Boyz got off to the worst possible start, losing 2-0 to Potaro United in their first match-up.The newcomer would then rebound in their second fixture, defeating Prison Service 1-0 to seal their place.Up to press time, the semi-final round and grand finale were underway.Meanwhile, the four teams that failed to qualify from the group round will compete in the Guinness Plate Championship.The victor of the Guinness Plate Championship will receive $60,000.Winner of the zone will collect $400,000 and the respective trophy. They will also earn an automatic place in the National Championship, which is pegged to start in August. Meanwhile, the losing finalist will receive $150,000 and a trophy.On the other hand, the third and fourth place finishers will pocket $100,000 and $75,000 respectively and the corresponding accolade.The other major sponsor of the event is Colours Boutique. In attendance at the venue was Banks DIH Guinness Brand Executive, Lee Baptiste.last_img read more

With postseason hopes bleak, Orange volleyball needs 2 wins against Big East’s best

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ The season is on the line. The only option for the Syracuse volleyball team is to win. But it won’t be easy. The prospects are bleak. SU (23-7, 5-7) faces the top-two teams in the Big East conference in Cincinnati and Louisville this weekend. Upset both and SU has a good shot at making the Big East tournament, contingent upon Pittsburgh and St. John’s performances this weekend as well. As of Thursday, all three teams have Big East records of 5-7. SU sits behind Pitt and in front of St John’s in ninth place in the conference, SU lost to the Panthers but beat the Red Storm earlier in the season. Only eight teams qualify for the tournament. ‘I think if we have that mentality going into these two games then we’ll hopefully do some amazing things,’ SU outside hitter Hayley Todd said. leak, Orange volleyball needs 2 wins against Big East’s bestThe Panthers currently hold the tie breaker over SU for that last spot over the Orange with its win earlier in the season. But because Pitt will be playing its first game of the season against St. John’s this weekend, things could get even more fuzzy.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text If the Panthers beat SJU, it will have the tiebreaker over both St. John’s and Syracuse. But if SJU beats Pitt, then it becomes a three-way tie between all three teams. A tie means the conference will have to go more in depth for the season statistics of each team, SU assistant coach Carol LaMarche said. It may be one weekend, but there is long way to go before the final tournament team surfaces. And despite the long odds, Syracuse feels that it will put themselves in the most attractive of positions. They feel they can win both. ‘We want to go out this weekend winning two,’ assistant coach Carol LaMarche said. ‘It doesn’t matter who the teams are on the other side of the court.’ LaMarche shares her attitude with her players. They’re not intimidated by the likes of the Bearcats and the Cardinals. Even though the Orange isn’t favored to win either game, anything can happen in the Big East. The team remains focused on winning. Losing never enters their mind. And it can’t, if SU wants to win and make the Big East tournament. Syracuse plans to play like the team that started the season 17-0 in this final two-game stretch. The Orange plays its best when it is relaxed and having fun — playing like it has nothing to lose, Todd said. But heart alone won’t get the team wins against the best teams in the league. Which is why the team has a game plan for Cincinnati. One it hopes will get it the win, something 11 of Cincinnati’s 12 Big East opponents failed to do this season. In the second game of the weekend, SU faces a Louisville team that is not as highly ranked as Cincinnati. But the Cardinals did give the Bearcats its only Big East loss this season. The Cardinals will prove to be a tough challenge. But not an impossible hurdle like in years past. ‘Louisville’s not as intimidating to us as it used to be,’ LaMarche said. ‘They’re a little more level but they’re still a really good team. Anything can happen.’ If Syracuse gets the Louisville coach yelling, that is a good sign for SU, LaMarche said. That means Louisville has done something wrong and the Orange has a good chance of winning. But for everything to click this weekend, everyone on the team must step up. There is no room for errors anymore. Not with the season living or dying with these two final games. ‘We all need to be playing at the same time and have everyone on at the same time because we’ve been lacking that lately,’ senior captain Sarah Hayes said. ‘All we can do is give our best.’ If SU leaves everything on the court, it could win both games. That may seem unrealistic to outsiders. Beating the top teams in the league in back-to-back games seems too tough. But not to the Orange. This is a team that raced off to the best start in program history. It may be 5-7 in the Big East, but swap a couple of its close games, and SU could just as easily be 7-5. LaMarche wouldn’t be surprised if Syracuse won both games. This team is 23-7. She feels the record speaks for itself. ‘We’re a good team,’ LaMarche said. ‘We’d be super-ecstatic (if we won both), but this team can do it.’ Come Friday, the team faces its first test against Cincinnati. A team SU believes it can beat. The same will be true against Louisville just two days later. ‘All you can think about is winning,’ Todd said. ‘That’s the game plan.’ rnmarcus@syr.edu Published on November 10, 2010 at 12:00 pm Contact Rachel: rnmarcus@syr.educenter_img Commentslast_img read more

Armstrong Wins Women’s Time Trial Third Time

first_imgPooley, 33, told BBC Radio 5 live she “struggled with the blustery crosswind” on the hilly 29,7km course.“The weather was a bit different to what we expected,” she said. “I had to ditch my visor halfway round because it got steamed up.“Some people are just better at cornering in the wet, I guess.”Armstrong became the first person to win the same road cycling event at three Olympics.Having won the time trial at Beijing 2008, she retired in 2009 to start a family before returning to win gold at London 2012 and retiring againShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram American Kristin Armstrong won the Olympic women’s road time trial for the third time in succession with victory in Rio.A day before turning 43, the oldest rider in the event beat Russian Olga Zabelinskaya, who returned from a doping ban last year, by 5.55 seconds.Dutch rider Anna van der Breggen, winner of the road race, took bronze.Great Britain’s Emma Pooley, who, like Armstrong, came out of retirement to compete in Rio, finished 14th.last_img read more

Mr Green appoints Mattias Wedar as new Tech Chief

first_img Submit Maxima Compliance – ‘Mastering technical compliance to grow your global footprint’ June 9, 2020 Mr Green has announced that Mattias Wedar will replace Stefan Gustafsson as Chief Executive of its technology development subsidiary, Mr Green & Technology.Having previously held the role of Chief Information Officer and Chief Executive Officer at Swedish search portal Eniro, Wedar will bring with him a wealth of experience when he takes up his new role in September.   Mr Green Chief Executive Per Norman said: “We are very happy that Mattias Wedar joins Mr Green, he has a solid background in the digital industry and a thorough experience from technology development as well as marketing and products.“Wedar will be key in our further implementation of the business strategy Mr Green 2.0 and the continuous development of our technology platform which we launched last year.“Our strategy encompasses a clear plan to develop an even stronger customer experience, based on digital technology and our customers’ individual preferences” added Norman.The appointment follows on from the news that Mr Green recorded a successful H1 for 2017, in which the company declared “its most successful quarter in business.” Share StumbleUpon Related Articles Share Aspire builds Q1 momentum through regulated market focus May 5, 2020 Kambi takes full control of LeoVegas sportsbook portfolio August 26, 2020last_img read more

Referees list announced for weekend matches

first_imgThe Referees Committee of the Ghana Football Association has announced the list of match officials for the weekend’s round of matches in the Glo Premier League.Below is the list of referees and assistants for match-day-8 on Saturday and Sunday.Saturday, November 24Match: Aduana Stars vs. Heart of LionsVenue: Agyemang Badu ParkReferee: Reginald Lathbridge Assistant 1: Eric O. MensahAssistant 2: T.O. Kamkam4th Official: O.B. AmankwahSunday, November 25Match: Hearts of Oak vs. Liberty Professionals Venue: Accra Sports StadiumReferee: Sumaila IbrahimAssistant 1: Ashitey ArmahAssistant 2: Lawrence Antwi4th Official: Uriah Gkah Match: Tema Youth vs. KotokoVenue: Tema YouthReferee: Samuel SukahAssistant 1: Shine AyiteyAssistant 2: Michael Agbenuzah 4th Official: William AgboviMatch: New Edubaise vs. R.T.UVenue: Gyamfi ParkReferee: Daniel OffeiAssistant 1: A.F. Zakari Assistant 2: Isaac Bassaw4th Official: Emmanuel Daily-GagbaMatch: Dwarfs vs. Berekum ArsenalsVenue: Robert Mensah MensahReferee: S.B. Bortey Assistant 1: Michael FletcherAssistant 2: B.A. Crentsil4th Official: Samuel GyasiMatch: Berekum Arsenals vs. AshantiGoldVenue: Golden City ParkReferee: Daniel LaryeaAssistant 1: David AgyinAssistant 2: Kofi Asare4th Official: Desmond AbbeyMatch: Medeama vs. AmiduasVenue: T& A ParkReferee: Eku BoatengAssistant 1: Kennedy BentilAssistant 2: Abu Williams4th Official: Fred AndohMatch: King Faisal vs. Wa All StarsVenue: Baba Yara StadiumReferee: Otis OppongAssistant 1: Joseph SeyAssistant 2: Fred Odonkor4th Official: Yaw Ametepelast_img read more

Dodgers’ Hanley Ramirez wasn’t about to be denied

first_imgHanley Ramirez was loaded up on everything from painkiller medication to a protective vest around his ribs Monday. Everything except for sleep.“This is no time to lay down right now,” Ramirez said. “You’ve just got to keep going out.”A CT scan on Ramirez’s left ribcage revealed a hairline fracture of the eighth rib, a diagnosis that eluded an earlier X-ray. Ramirez suffered the injury in the first inning of Game 1 of the National League Championship Series on Friday when he was hit with a 95-mph fastball by Cardinals pitcher Joe Kelly. He played the remainder of the 13-inning game. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Ramirez was too hurt to play in Game 2 on Saturday, and was only somewhat limited in pregame activities Monday.He stretched, but did not jog, with teammates in the outfield grass at Dodger Stadium. Ramirez took a few ground balls at shortstop and a full round of batting practice, hitting a few balls over the fence among several line drives.Then, he declared himself ready.“I’ll do anything for this team and this city,” Ramirez said. “I’m going to go out there tonight for the fans and for my teammates just looking for the first win.”Ramirez finished 2 for 4 with an RBI single in the eighth inning of the Dodgers’ 3-0 win over the St. Louis Cardinals. Nick Punto replaced him at shortstop in the ninth.center_img Andre Ethier, also a game-time decision with soreness in his lower left leg, played all nine innings in center field after missing Game 2. He finished 0 for 4.Freese leaves gameSt. Louis third baseman David Freese left the game in the fifth inning with right calf tightness after hitting a single to right field that broke up Hyun-Jin Ryu’s no-hit bid.Freese stayed in the game briefly. He jogged from first base to the edge of the outfield grass under the watch of Cardinals manager Mike Matheny and a team trainer and was allowed to continue. But after going to second base on a single by Matt Adams, Freese was replaced by pinch-runner Daniel Descalso.Descalso didn’t last long, either. He was thrown out on the back end of a double play when Dodgers left fielder Carl Crawford caught a line drive by Jon Jay, then threw to second base.The Cardinals announced that Freese is day-to-day.Dusty in the houseFormer major-league manager Dusty Baker was wearing his familiar Dodgers No. 12 jersey, but declined comment when asked if he would be interested in managing here in the future. “Oh man, I’ve got to leave that alone,” he said. Baker attended Game 3 to take part in pregame ceremonies along with former Dodgers teammates Ron Cey, Steve Garvey and Reggie Smith.The 64-year-old still lives in Granite Bay, a suburb of Sacramento. He was dismissed as the Cincinnati Reds’ manager 10 days ago and would like to manage again.“Yeah, why not? I’ve got energy,” Baker said. “If we had a little bit different outcome, I’d be managing now.”NotableActors Rob Lowe, Omar Benson Miller, Dennis Haysbert and Brian Baumgartner attended the game. … The Dodgers are offering free parking in the Dodger Stadium lots to cars with four or more passengers. … Neither team has hit a home run through the first three games of the series, the first time that’s happened in NLCS history, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. … The Dodgers have never been down 3-0 in a best-of-seven NLCS.Staff writer Jill Painter contributed to this report.last_img read more

School Security guard accidentally shoots coworker

first_imgThe Broward County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating after an armed private school security guard accidentally shot a maintenance worker in the face.The incident was reported Thursday at The Sagemont School in Weston.Officials say the security guard and the maintenance worker were in the parking lot when the gun accidentally went off and struck the maintenance worker in the eye.The security guard then drove the worker to an area hospital before notifying the police about the situation.Not much is known about the incident at this time including the condition of the maintenance worker.Authorities did, however, report that no charges have been pressed against the guard at this time despite the guard also not being authorized to have a gun on school property.Legislatures passed a law requiring all public schools to have an armed police officer, guard or another employee on campus at all times after the Stoneman Douglas shooting that left 17 people dead and 17 injured, however, the ruling does not reportedly cover private schools.Authorities are continuing to investigate the incident.last_img read more