Tango FLNG; Image courtesy of ExmarBelgium’s Exmar, the Nicolas Saverys-led shipowner, has completed the commissioning of the Tango FLNG in Argentina.Exmar said that the performance acceptance tests on the Tango FLNG, formerly named Caribbean FLNG, were successful and that the first cargo was offloaded and would be exported out of Argentina.“With this first shipment the start-up of the Tango FLNG is accomplished in record time following the contract signing in November 2018 and delivery acceptance of the unit in Bahia Blanca in February 2019,” the company stated.The floating LNG unit will produce LNG for export for the Argentinian energy company YPF over a 10-year period.As far as YPF is concerned, the delivery of the first LNG cargo of about 25,000 cbm from the Vaca Muerta shale gas reserves marks the entry of Argentina to the select club of global LNG exporting nations.It is worth noting that the unit is generating earnings since early May and is expected to be fully on stream after the Argentine winter season.To remind, Tango FLNG started its journey from China to Argentina back in late December 2018. The vessel berthed in Bahia Bianca in early February 2019.
LocalNews Nature Island Paper celebrates one year today by: – August 31, 2011 Share Share Share Sharing is caring! 63 Views no discussions Tweet Toilet tissue manufactured by Nature Island Paper. Photo credit: visitdominica-wordpress.comPlans are in the pipeline for the expansion of Nature Island Paper Products, a local company which is celebrating its one year anniversary today.Managing Director, Severin McKenzie says the company could soon move into the manufacturing of several new products.“We have already started the manufacturing of two brands of toilet tissue. We also introduced on trial run, paper towels and we are looking at facial tissue. We are looking at a variety of other paper products but the limitations are many so what we are trying to do is to take our time to see how we can cautiously expand. It is quite encouraging so far,” he said.Mr McKenzie also reported that the first year of operation has been very challenging.“The first year in the manufacturing industry has been a challenging one. It has exposed me to the reality of manufacturing in Dominica which comes with quite a bit of problem because we don’t have system in place for manufacturers. You need technicians, who can service machines, you need products and these are some of the challenges that one has to look at when getting into manufacturing he said.Fourteen persons are currently employed at the company.Dominica Vibes News
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Italy has more than 17,000 cases and over 1,000 deaths from coronavirus. It has been one of the most severely effected countries in the world by the COVID-19 outbreak and was one of the first countries to stage sporting events behind closed doors and eventually suspend them. Serie A – much like other European leagues – may not be concluded due to the outbreak of the virus which has left clubs such as Napoli unsure about the near future. As it stands, the Italian division is set to return on April 3 but the Italian football federation have stated that it may be postponed longer and the season could remain unfinished. Read Also Premier League ‘may not finish’, says FA chief There is plenty of football still to be completed, with 12 full rounds of matches still to be played, plus another four fixtures which have been postponed, and the second leg of the Coppa Italia semi-finals. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Napoli manager Gennaro Gattuso has been using Whatsapp to send his players workout plans whilst Italy is in lock-down amid the coronavirus outbreak. Gattuso, who was appointed manager of Napoli in December 2019, has also given his players five days rest as Italy tries to contain the COVID-19 virus from spreading. The players have been advised to stay at home with family and carry out individual workout plans that have seen sent to them via Whatsapp. Napoli earned a 2-1 victory over Torino in the last league match before corona induced suspension of matches Club doctors and technicians are also using the SMS app to send the team the most up-to-date information and advice on how to remain safe and fit during the Serie A and Champions League hiatus, reported Corriere dello Sport.Advertisement Promoted ContentThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The WorldInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art8 Most Expensive Mistakes In The History Of Mankind10 Stunning Asian Actresses No Man Can ResistWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Why Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do ThisThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchThe Best Cars Of All Time20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory” Loading…
Muncie, In. — An immersive learning class from Ball State University will provide a behind-the-scenes look at the growing local addiction recovery community April 25.Students enrolled in the University’s Department of Journalism Spring Immersive Learning class “Unmasked: Recovery and Redemption” will host a Story Walk from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, April 25 at First Merchants Bank Community Room.Students will explain how they explored the growing addiction recovery community in Muncie, Delaware County and East Central Indiana, and the role churches and faith-based organizations have in helping addicts address the disease.A Story Walk combines student journalists and their sources — some with artifacts from their personal narratives — presenting the project and how stories emerged.Students found there are several 12-step meetings, support groups and faith-based programs available. In fact, they are common in this community. But there are far fewer medical-based, in-patient and outpatient treatment alternatives as government and community-based health care providers come to terms with the worst drug crisis in the nation’s history.In 2016-17, a class of Ball State students examined the use of meth in Delaware County. The result was www.stigmaunmasked.com, a website with original content that included a 30-minute, made-for-public-television documentary and a 40-page magazine.In 2019, students revisited the topic through the lens of recovery updating the website and producing a new magazine. Funded by a Ball Brothers Foundation Rapid Grant, students from the Department of Journalism examined what has changed for Muncie residents Brian and Rhea Graham, who were featured in the project’s original documentary and magazine, and the role local faith communities have in addiction recovery.In the magazine, available free at outlets across Muncie, features stories about addicts in search of recovery, and the obstacles they face, including funding for residential treatment. The Grahams, who are frequent speakers at Narcotics Anonymous meetings and often travel to regional and national NA conventions, discuss how they have stayed clean and what it meant to alter their circle of influence.Students also examine relapse as a part of recovery, and the effect drug addiction has on families and communities.
Irma G. Amberger, age 100 of Batesville, died Sunday, May 5, 2019 at St. Andrew’s Health Campus. Born March 8, 1919 in Ripley County Indiana, she is the daughter of Eleanora (Nee: Struewing) and Anthony Haskamp. She married Raymond “Jack” Amberger June 11, 1940 at St. Anthony’s Church in Morris and he preceded her in death December 19, 1981. She was a homemaker and a member of Holy Family Church in Oldenburg.Irma quilted and crocheted her whole life. Having made hundreds of quilts and crocheted pieces, she not only shared them with family and friends, but organizations throughout the tri-state as well. Other interests included crossword puzzles and cards, especially 500 and Solo. Her girls explained that Irma was an exceptional cook and could turn little to nothing into a great meal. They also teased she had a weakness for garage sales. Her greatest joy was being a grandma and having all the little ones around.Irma is survived by her daughters Marcia Luers of Hamburg, Jean Miller of Oldenburg, Mary Best of Greensburg; 14 grandchildren; 42 great grandchildren and 26 great great grandchildren. In addition to her husband and parents, she is also preceded in death by her daughter Helen Laker; sisters Leona Haskamp, Edna Schwegman, Esther Barnhorst, Roseda Bischoff, Myrtle Voegele and brother Ambrose Haskamp.Visitation is Thursday, May 9th, from 9 – 11 a.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home. Funeral services follow at 11:30 a.m. at Holy Family Church with Rev. Carl Langenderfer O.F.M. officiating and burial in the church cemetery. The family requests memorials to the Margaret Mary Health Foundation Hospice or Holy Family Capital Improvement Fund.
Midfielder Aaron Ramsey admits there will always be a sense of what might have been this season, but is determined to help secure a positive ending for Arsenal. Press Association The Wales international returned from three months out with a thigh injury to score in the Barclays Premier League win at Hull last weekend which capped an all-action display. Ramsey had been in sublime form over the first half of the campaign, where his 13 goals helped set the Gunners up for what looked a sustained assault on the championship. However, following the loss of Ramsey, then England duo Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshere as well as club-record signing Mesut Ozil all to injury, Arsenal saw their challenge fade badly. While the 23-year-old cannot help but reflect on how different the campaign might have turned out, Ramsey remains focused on delivering a fitting finale. “Those thoughts (of what might have happened if we all had stayed fit) have gone through my mind, but disappointing things happen,” Ramsey said on Sky Sports Weekend Warm-Up. “I am obviously absolutely gutted with what went on after Christmas with my injury, but that is football and you have to bounce back from that. “We have had some bad injuries in the second half of the season, but that is something we have to overcome and hopefully we will be thereabouts in the Premier League again next season.” Arsenal will be out to cement their place in the top four ahead of Everton when they host out-of-form Newcastle on Monday night. Ramsey insists the Gunners are all focused on delivering another shot at Champions League football before they return to Wembley for the FA Cup final against Hull. “We are hungrier than ever together,” said Ramsey. “To get into the Champions League again is where we want to be, where every player wants to test themselves. “We want to finish the job off now and get back in there again next season.” Following on from their nerve-shredding penalty shoot-out win over Wigan in the FA Cup semi-finals, Arsenal have recorded back-to-back league victories to edge ahead of Everton by a point. With clashes against relegation-battlers West Brom and then Norwich ahead, defender Bacary Sagna is confident Arsene Wenger’s side can deliver again. “I hope the best is to come,” the France full-back said on Arsenal Player. “It was good to stick together because we were playing quite badly recently and had been dropping many points. “It was time to wake up and that is what we have done in recent games, when we have been fighting a bit more. “We had to show a reaction because we had been beaten many times, that was not Arsenal, now we are fighting back. “We have to win every single game to qualify for the Champions League and (lift) the FA Cup, but it will not be easy.”
HAMILTON, Bermuda (CMC) – Bermudan triathlete Flora Duffy says the decision to postpone this summer’s Olympic Games for 12 months was the right call but admits it was a tough pill to swallow after battling back from injury to be fit for the showpiece.Organisers of Tokyo 2020 and the International Olympic Committee made the decision to delay the Games on Tuesday because of the coronavirus pandemic that has killed almost 20 000 people worldwide.Duffy, who was hoping to double Bermuda’s medal tally in Tokyo in July, said she will now have to significantly change her triathlon trajectory with the Games to be held no later than the summer of 2021, media here reported.The 32-year-old had intended to wind down her career after the Olympics and bow out at the ITU World Triathlon Series (WTS) grand final in Bermuda in September next year, but those plans have been adjusted to accommodate her ambitions of winning an Olympic medal.“In my little triathlon world it is a tough pill to swallow hearing the 2020 Games will be postponed until 2021,” Duffy wrote on her social media site yesterday.“Everything has been geared towards that race, I’d envisioned a very different 2021, but given the current situation in the world, it is the right call, and sport/prioritising training at the moment feels trivial. “Sending my thoughts to anyone COVID-19 positive and encouraging everyone else to stay inside and do your part to stop the spread.”Organisers faced mounting pressure to call off the Games after Australia and Canada pulled out on Monday because of the acceleration of the COVID-19 virus.The Olympics have never been delayed in their 124-year modern history, but were cancelled in 1916, 1940 and 1944 because of the two World Wars.Duffy was ruled out for eight months last season because of a career-threatening foot injury before making a superb return to competitive action, winning a fifth Xterra world title in Kapalua, Hawaii, in October last year.The two-time world champion was confident of carrying her strong form into the new campaign but now faces an uncertain year, with the opening two races on the WTS calendar, Abu Dhabi and Bermuda, both being postponed indefinitely because of the pandemic.Duffy had stitches removed from her hand last week after snapping a fifth metacarpal during swimming training this month.Heavyweight boxer Clarence Hill’s bronze at the 1976 Montreal Games is Bermuda’s only Olympic medal to date.
(REUTERS) – Brazilian soccer clubs are free to negotiate broadcast rights for own home games without requiring a green light from their opponents, according to a new decree issued by the country’s president on Thursday.The law had previously only allowed transmission of games when both teams were in agreement. Matches at neutral venues will still need an accord between both sides.The decree issued by far-right President Jair Bolsonaro also knocks down a 1998 law banning media companies from advertising on team uniforms and clears the way for new shirt sponsorship deals.It allows clubs to sign players on 30-day contracts, down from the previous minimum of 90 days. Players will also automatically get 5% of the revenue from TV deals.The decision comes a day after Bolsonaro, a keen soccer fan, appeared with a Flamengo badge on his suit and the same day Flamengo restart the Rio de Janeiro state championship after a three-month hiatus caused by the coronavirus pandemic.Hours before the game was due to kick off Flamengo had not reached an agreement with their opponents Bangu over whether the match was to be televised.The restart – the first of the traditionally important state leagues to begin playing again – has been criticised by players and clubs, some of whom think Brazil is not ready.Brazil has had more deaths from COVID-19 than any other nation except the United States, with 1,269 reported on Wednesday, taking the overall death toll to 46,510.
Trash-talking Memphis center Joey Dorsey’s big mouth was left gaping after his unfulfilled promise.Dorsey — whose name and build seems more fitting of a professional heavyweight boxer than a basketball player — guaranteed he’d pull down 20 rebounds in his Elite Eight matchup against Ohio State big man Greg Oden. He went on to say that the freshman phenom was overrated, soft and needed an offensive game worth playing.The generally expressionless Oden let his performance in Saturday’s game do the talking, finishing one of his best collegiate games with 17 points, nine rebounds and great interior defense in the Buckeyes’ 92-76 win. Dorsey, on the other hand, looked more like Hawley Griffin from “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” — invisible. He finished with a goose egg and a handful of boards.Much to the chagrin of Wisconsin fans, Ohio State has, behind its poster child, danced all the way to Atlanta. But I get the feeling there will be a new excuse as to why they made it. Truth be told, Dorsey isn’t the only one who has said Oden and the Buckeyes are overrated.During the middle part of the season, UW fans griped about OSU. They argued that the only top teams Ohio State played — North Carolina, Florida and Wisconsin — all resulted in losses. Against teams like Northwestern, Penn State and Michigan State, close wins left fans thinking Ohio State wasn’t all it was hyped up to be. But every time the Buckeyes have faced adversity that escalated beyond the reach of even Oden, they overcame, they persevered, and the bottom line is they won.As the season progressed and Wisconsin earned the No. 1 ranking, fans thought, “Hah. Told you so. Told you we were better.” When OSU still proved its worth by defeating UW on a last-second runner, it was what Wisconsin didn’t do, not what Ohio State did to pick up the victory. Kammron Taylor missed the front end of a one-and-one with under a minute remaining on the clock.While Taylor’s miss certainly didn’t fare well for Wisconsin’s chances, Ohio State still had to make a shot. It did. And to remove any doubt, in the Big Ten Championship game the Buckeyes smoked the Badgers by 17 points.But this time it was about conceding victory and a No. 2 seed. UW gave up, that’s all. And there was lingering skepticism about the talent level of Oden. Forget about his defense, Oden’s perceived timid play on the offensive end led many to label him a 7-foot gentle giant, nothing more.The first few rounds of the NCAA tournament confirmed this notion, as Oden, who was marred by foul trouble, didn’t play particularly well. As great teams do when their stars go down or can’t perform, other players stepped up. OSU didn’t miss a beat.Yes, the Buckeyes received a blessing from the officials against Xavier when Oden’s hard shove under the basket wasn’t whistled an intentional foul. But top teams take what they’re given and still find a way to pull through at all costs. Ron Lewis still had to drain a 3-pointer to send the second round game into overtime. He did and from there the Buckeyes dodged a knockout blow and prevailed 79-71.The next game against a pesky Tennessee team, Ohio State fell behind by 20 in the first half and trailed by 17 entering the break. Despite the lopsided scoreboard, the Buckeyes remained poised and fought out an 85-84 win.After steamrolling the punchless Memphis Tigers, Ohio State is on a 21-game winning streak, and finds themselves in the Final Four for the first time since 1999.Like a little sibling following your every move, or midterm week right before spring break, Ohio State is the bane of Wisconsin fans’ existence. While you certainly don’t have to root for them — or like Oden — unless you have the Buckeyes in the upper echelon of your bracket, at least understand that they simply get it done. They’re the real deal. And they are still playing.Kevin is a junior double-majoring in economics and journalism. If you are lobbying for Wisconsin to add a definite article before its title like THE Ohio State, he can be reached to sign your petition at firstname.lastname@example.org.