Briggs Marine Contractors will be undertaking subsea power inspections on behalf Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution (SHEPD).The survey, using an ROV launched from the DP2 vessel Glomar Wave, will cover Pentland Firth, mainland Orkney to Graemsay, mainland Orkney to Hoy and Flotta to Hoy.The inspection operations will start during an appropriate weather window following August 02, 2017 and will continue over a planned minimum period of 10 days, weather permitting.Inspection will be concentrated across 7 cables. Corridors will be approximately 1km wide based on the centreline defined by the following coordinates.The ROV will be fitted with video camera, multibeam echo sounder and sub bottom imager and will be launched over the side of the vessel.During operations, Glomar Wave will be restricted in the ability to manoeuvre. It is requested that all vessels operating within this area maintain a safe distance of 500m and pass at minimum speed to avoid vessel wash effects.
Schlumberger and TGS announced a new 3D seismic reimaging project in the Egyptian Red Sea.The project will comprise reimaging data from three overlapping seismic surveys totaling 3,600 km2 that were acquired between 1999 and 2008 – the only available 3D data in this part of the Red Sea.It includes the integration of all legacy seismic and nonseismic data and will apply advanced imaging technologies to better define complex subsalt structures.The project, which is supported by industry prefunding, will be carried out by TGS and WesternGeco, the geophysical services product line of Schlumberger.Data will be available before the closing of Egypt’s offshore Red Sea international bid round on September 15, 2019.
Tweet LifestyleTravel JetBlue to launch daily nonstop service to Bahamas from Westchester by: – July 28, 2011 Share Share 27 Views no discussions Share Sharing is caring! Photo credit: leeloveshotttrends.comNEW YORK, USA — JetBlue Airways, in partnership with the Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board (NPIPB), has announced plans to expand its successful Caribbean network with the addition of Westchester County Airport’s (HPN) only international flight, offering daily nonstop service to Nassau, Bahamas (NAS).Service takes off November 15, 2011, subject to government approval.To celebrate the launch of the new Caribbean service, JetBlue is offering a one-way sale fare of $129 for travel November 15, 2011 through February 15, 2012. Travel must be booked online by Friday, July 29. Blackout dates and other restrictions apply.“JetBlue is excited to provide our Westchester and Fairfield County customers a simpler and more convenient way to access the Caribbean from their easy-in, easy-out local airport,” said Dave Barger, CEO of JetBlue Airways. “We’re equally as proud to offer the only regularly scheduled non-stop service from Westchester to the Caribbean, and to work with such great partners at the Nassau Paradise Island Board. Plus, our first flight will be offered just in time for customers to travel to the Bahamas to see the national champion UConn Huskies Men’s Basketball team in action as they compete in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament!”“JetBlue has been an outstanding partner at our airport and we look forward to this continuing,” Westchester County Executive Robert Astorino said.“This addition of nonstop service from Westchester to Nassau represents the continuing growth of a most successful partnership between The Bahamas and JetBlue,” said Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace, Bahamas Minister of Tourism and Aviation. “We believe that success is owed largely to the wonderful match between JetBlue customers and Bahamas vacationers and we will continue to look for other such opportunities to enable travelers to enjoy the culture, cuisine and the world’s clearest waters of The Bahamas.”“We are pleased to partner with JetBlue to offer residents of Westchester County, and nearby Connecticut, the convenience of daily non-stop service to Nassau Paradise Island, just in time for planning their holiday travel and escape from winter weather,” said Fred Lounsberry, CEO of the Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board. “This new service will enable travelers to have breakfast at home and lunch on the beaches of Nassau Paradise Island in the Bahamas.”JetBlue also offers multiple daily departures to Nassau for New York metro area customers from John F. Kennedy International.JetBlue’s flights between White Plains and Nassau will be operated with its Embraer E190 fleet and award-winning service.Caribbean News Now
The Premier League are in talks with Manchester City and Arsenal over re-arranging their postponed clash for next Wednesday. Manchester City could host Arsenal at the Etihad next Wednesday in the Premier League The fixture – which will see Mikel Arteta return to the Etihad Stadium for the first time since leaving City to become Gunners boss – was scheduled for last Sunday, but City were involved in the Carabao Cup Final against Aston Villa at Wembley. Next week is free for both teams and top-flight officials have broached the idea of playing the game on Wednesday, March 11.A decision on the proposed date for the Etihad clash is expected within the next 24 hours. If Wednesday is confirmed as the new date, Arsenal, who face West Ham at 3pm on Saturday, will have 24 hours extra to prepare for the clash than City, who face arch-rivals United in the Manchester derby at 4.30pm on Sunday.Advertisement Loading… Mikel Arteta will return to City for the first time since leaving to become Arsenal manager Read Also: Arteta full of praise for Arsenal’s young stars after FA Cup win With the game potentially at such short notice, the Gunners are looking at subsidising coaches for supporters. With Liverpool on the brink of winning the Premier League, City’s objective now is to consolidate their position in second while Arsenal are still eyeing an unlikely top four spot. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our FutureDazzling Wedding Looks From Different Countries In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksTop 10 Most Populated Cities In The WorldCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way10 Largest Cities In The WorldWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More
Batesville, In. — Republican state senator from Oldenburg Jean Leising met with Joni Huber (left) of Batesville at the Statehouse recently. Huber’s painting, ‘’Colored Currents,’’ was chosen to be a part of the Hoosier Women Artists collection and will be featured in the Office of the Treasurer of State for the next year.
He added: “I just thought we took our foot off the gas and you can’t do that. Spurs have got a lot to play for and congratulations to them but I’m not really interested in them.” It was suggested that the exertions of a busy schedule could have contributed to their downfall yesterday. Wednesday’s narrow win over Wigan gave Roberto Mancini’s squad just three days to prepare for the game in north London, but Hart denied that fatigue was an issue, pointing out that the team’s early exit from the Champions League should have kept the team fresh. “No, we can’t complain of that,” he said. “We messed up in Europe and we have had plenty of weeks rest so I don’t think that is what it is down to. It was just a poor second half.” Twelve months ago City hoped they had ended United’s domination of Manchester, but the Blues’ only hope of silverware remains in the FA Cup, where they take on Wigan in next month’s final. The way City capitulated at White Hart Lane will be of concern to Roberto Mancini, but Hart is sure that the team will recover for the final few games of the season. “We will bounce back easily, it is what we do,” Hart said. “We have proved that many a time. We have a big game coming up (against West Ham). It is always good to win at home and we have got the FA Cup final that all the boys are trying to win their spots for.” The red side of Manchester is readying its self for a party this evening after City’s 3-1 loss at White Hart Lane put the Red Devils within sight of their 20th title. Samir Nasri had put the away side ahead early in the first half, but despite controlling most of the play, City then crumbled. Clint Dempsey, Jermain Defoe, and Gareth Bale scored within the space of seven minutes to floor the champions. England goalkeeper Hart pulled no punches in his post-match assessment, telling City TV: “We took the lead and didn’t kick on from there. Second half we just kind of existed and paid the price.” Joe Hart’s frustration at Manchester City’s poor season was laid bare last night after he hit out at his team-mates for failing to kill off their game against Tottenham. Press Association
Jail medical personnel were called and began emergency medical treatment.Fletcher was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead by emergency room personnel.At 9:40 a.m. that morning, about five hours after the deputy found Fletcher unresponsive, attorneys appeared in court to discuss reducing his bond, believing that he was not present in court due to simply being sick.Public Defender Carey Haughwout says Fletcher’s mother was also in court, ready with a bondsman to get him out and unaware that he had died.By 10 a.m., Circuit Judge Daliah Weiss had agreed to lower his bail from $50,000 to $4,500. He would have also been placed on in-house arrest.On the night of March 23, Fletcher called police when he thought his girlfriend and their child were being held against their will.However, his girlfriend later told Riviera Beach officers they were not in fact being held, and added that she “has been a longtime victim of domestic violence by Fletcher,” according to an arrest report.Fletcher had reportedly threatened to kill her boss and later came to her place of work with a 10- to-12-inch knife.Officers arrested the Lake Park man the next morning on an aggravated assault charge.Circuit Judge Laura Johnson then ordered that Fletcher be held on $50,000 bail for the third-degree felony charge, even though he had no prior convictions, and the scheduled bond is usually $3,000.Foul play is not suspected, and officials say that Fletcher did not show any signs of underlying health issues.The Medical Examiners Office has completed an autopsy and is pending toxicology results. Palm Beach County detectives are investigating the death of an inmate earlier this week.According to official records, 29-year-old Travis Fletcher had been charged with aggravated assault and was in the Palm Beach County Jail.Police say a Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office corrections deputy was distributing breakfast food trays last Monday morning at 5 a.m., when he noticed that Fletcher did not come to take his tray.The deputy then checked Fletcher’s bunk and found him unresponsive.
By Martyn Herman,PARIS,(Reuters)Maiden grand slam finals are meant to be suffocating experiences but Jelena Ostapenko laid waste to that theory as she blasted past Simona Halep to win the French Open in audacious fashion on Saturday.In only her 18th match in one of the four majors, the 20-year-old Latvian fought back from a set and 3-0 down to blaze past the experienced Romanian 4-6 6-4 6-3 and become her country’s first grand slam champion.Not only that but she is the first unseeded woman to win the Suzanne Lenglen trophy since 1933 and she emulated the great Brazilian Gustavo Kuerten by claiming her first title of any kind on the hallowed Parisian claycourts.Kuerten’s 1997 victory came on the day Ostapenko was born.Ostapenko had promised to stick to her uncomplicated routine of attack-attack-attack before the final and was true to her word as she walloped 54 clean winners — and 54 unforced errors.It was claycourt tennis, but not as we know it. Third seed Halep buckled under strain of fending off the missiles being launched off Ostapenko’s lime green racket.Yet for much of the contest, hanging into rallies by her fingernails, it seemed Halep’s steady approach would see her become only the second Romanian woman to win a grand slam title after her manager Virginia Ruzici’s 1978 Roland Garros win.It was not to be though.To make it a doubly difficult day for the 25-year-old, the defeat meant she also missed out on becoming world number one on Monday.“I felt like a spectator out there at times,” Halep, who had points to lead 4-0 in the second set and was also 3-1 ahead in the decider, told reporters after her second runner-up finish here.“She only has one game, either I can’t touch it or it flies one metre out.”Ostapenko, who had the Parisian crowd roaring her on, reeled off the last five games to claim the title and become the youngest female first-time grand slam champion since Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova won the 2004 U.S. Open.Fittingly she thumped a backhand winner past Halep to seal victory, before tossing her distinctive green headband into the crowd with a look of disbelief.Ostapenko, who turned 20 on Thursday when she beat Swiss Timea Bacsinszky, will rocket to 12th in the rankings.“I mean I can’t believe I’m champion at 20,” Ostapenko, the first woman to win the title from a set down since Jennifer Capriati in 2001, said on court.“I knew that Gustavo Kuerten won his first Roland Garros the day I was born, I have no words.“There were a couple of games when everything went my way and I was ready to fight for every point.”In baking sunshine Ostapenko began the match by breaking Halep’s serve with three clean winners.It was a sign of things to come.Halep, with cheers of ‘Simona’ ringing out from her fans slowly roasting in the upper tiers of Philippe Chatrier Court, hit back though and broke three times to take the opener as Ostapenko’s error count soared to 23.Ostapenko seemed to be unravelling in the second set as a series of shots either netted or flying long allowed Halep to move 3-0 ahead. The Romanian then had break points to make it 4-0 but Ostapenko held to massive cheers.Back on the attack Ostapenko surged 4-3 ahead only for more errors to allow Halep to break back for 4-4.Halep was suffering though and Ostapenko broke to love before levelling the match with a sublime forehand winner.Even when Halep went 3-1 ahead in the decider, she never seemed in control and once Ostapenko’s charge began she was powerless as ball after ball flew by.
(REUTERS) – Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is a positive influence in the dressing room and must extend his stay at the club to help bring trophies back to Old Trafford, team mate Juan Mata said.Pogba said last month that he could seek a new challenge after three years at United, while his agent recently told The Times that the 26-year-old intends to leave the club amid reports linking him to Juventus and Real Madrid.However, Mata wants Pogba’s future to include United winning “big trophies” in 2019-20 campaign, having failed to lift a major trophy since their Europa League triumph in May 2017. “We all know Paul and he is a fantastic midfielder, and a very good guy, very positive, and a good influence for everyone,” Spanish midfielder Mata told Sky Sports.“As a team mate and a friend I would like him to stay and be happy because he is a very good player for us.“We know we have to do better than last season. This club has won more trophies than any other club in England. We want to win big trophies again.” In Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first full season as United manager, the club will be aiming to improve on last term’s sixth-placed finish in the Premier League, when they ended up 32 points behind champions and local rivals Manchester City.Mata agreed a contract extension at United last month, and fellow Spaniard, goalkeeper David de Gea, is also closing in on a new long-term deal, according to reports in the British media.“David is the best or one of the best goalkeepers in the world, for sure,” Mata said.“He is one of my best friends, so I want him to stay. On a professional level, it will be great for us if he stays because he will give us many points over the next seasons.” United open their 2019-20 league campaign against Chelsea on Aug. 11.
Spanish international Nolito has moved a step closer to securing a transfer back to his native country after former UEFA Europa League (UEL) champions Sevilla announced that he is expected in Seville for his medical this week.Nolito moved to Manchester City last summer from Spanish outfit Celta Vigo in a £13.8m deal and immediately settled into his new surroundings. He however fell out of favour with manager Pep Guardiola some months into the season and didn’t regain his place in the starting XI till the end of the season though he still managed six goals in 30 appearances for the Citizens. With three years still left on his Manchester City contract, Nolito was keen to return home as he disclosed that his daughter didn’t like life in England. This led to an £8m agreement between City and Sevilla for his transfer subject to medical and paperwork.RelatedLa Liga Review: Atletico Thrash Sevilla To Trim Gap On Leaders BarcelonaFebruary 26, 2018In “Europe”Manchester City transfers: Navas Secure Return To Sevilla; Fernando Close To Gala SwitchAugust 2, 2017In “England”Sevilla Secure Gonalons Loan Transfer From RomaAugust 20, 2018In “Europe”