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Image courtesy of Nauticor Like several LNG bunkering operations before, the operation was conducted under the LNG supply agreement. Nauticor has signed an agreement with Furetank Rederi, a member of the Gothia Tanker Alliance in 2018. Hamburg-based LNG supplier Nauticor has completed another milestone LNG bunkering operation in Germany. The company conducted the first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation for a product tanker Ramelia in the port of Brunsbüttel at the river Elbe. This is also another milestone for the company as the first bunkering operation it has completed since becoming a part of the Nordic energy company Gasum. Donsö-based shipowner Älvtank owns the receiving vessel Ramelia. The tanker pool of the Gothia Tanker Alliance manages the vessel. Gasum acquired the marine bunkering business of Nauticor from Linde AG on April 30. It has also acquired Linde’s biogas business in Scandinavia. The bunkering operation in Brunsbüttel is also the second German LNG premiere taking place at the port. Nauticor’s bunkering vessel Kairos conducted the first German ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation there in 2019.
ONE News 16 Nov 2011Child Youth and Family has revealed a two-year-old boy at the centre of a homicide probe was on its radar for the past month, but that it could not find him. Police launched a homicide investigation following the death of James Joseph Ruhe Lawrence at his home in suburban Orakei in Auckland on Monday. The death follows that of a one-year-old Otahuhu boy in Starship Hospital on November 6 following head injuries. ”Baby James first came to Child, Youth and Family’s notice four weeks ago,” CYF northern regional director Grant Bennett said in a statement last night. ”We consulted with other agencies, visited the home several times and were actively attempting to find mother and child. Despite this we had been unable to speak with his mother or sight James to check on his wellbeing.….While police continue that investigation, two separate High Court cases each involving the alleged murder of an Auckland baby are pending. Kulukora Akau’ola, 22, of Otahuhu was charged with murder and concealing her baby’s remains in her backyard. The body was discovered in June this year. She is due to appear in the High Court in Auckland today. The murder trial for the man accused of killing six-month-old Cezar Taylor of Mangere East is set for next week. James Allan Hemana, 30, is charged with murder and failing to provide the necessities of life after Cezar died from severe head injuries in July last year.http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/cyf-were-investigating-baby-before-death-4540025
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Batesville, IN—Mayor Mike Bettice will present his State of the City Address on tonight at 6 pm at the Batesville Middle School Commons. He will review the City’s 2019 Finances, the 2020 Budget and include a discussion on future projects and initiatives. This meeting is open to the public.
It’s been a stressful couple of months for Empire star, Jussie Smollett. The actor has now reportedly lost a starring role in the forthcoming Broadway reboot of the Tony-winning play Take Me Out. The actor was reportedly supposed to play the main character, Darren Lemming, a mixed-race baseball player who comes out as gay at the peak of his career.Smollett’s disorderly conduct case has since been dropped, but the city of Chicago is suing the actor for $130,000 for what officials are saying was time wasted on an extensive investigation.
AB de Villiers scored a brilliant half-century on his South Africa comeback, but Niroshan Dickwella and Seekkuge Prasanna made their highest Twenty20 international scores to seal a five-wicket win and 2-1 series victory for Sri Lanka.The imperious de Villiers had not featured for the Proteas since last June after undergoing shoulder surgery and made up for lost time by top-scoring with 63 from only 44 balls in a total of 169-5 at Newlands yesterday.Imran Tahir claimed outstanding figures of 3-18 in Sri Lanka’s reply, but opener Dickwella (68 off 51) and all-rounder Prasanna (37 not out from 16) starred as the tourists got home with one ball to spare to complete the fightback after losing the first game of the series.de Villiers made a century on his return for Northerns last weekend and hit the ground running back on the international stage, treating an expectant crowd to some ingenious strokes in a stand of 71 with Reeza Hendricks (41 from 34).Mangaliso Mosehle blasted a quick-fire unbeaten 32 to leave Sri Lanka, led by Dinesh Chandimal after Angelo Mathews returned home, with a victory target of 170.The outstanding Dickwella came up with some inventive shots to keep the tourists on course and three dropped catches in as many balls from a Wayne Parnell over gave them a helping hand.Sri Lanka were 118-4 when the superb Tahir took two wickets for as many runs in the 16th over to make South Africa favourites, but Prasanna hit three sixes in as many balls and Asela Gunaratne struck the winning runs off the final over from debutant Dane Paterson.Lungi Ngidi was only able to bowl two overs for the Proteas after suffering what appeared to be a side injury just three days before the one-day international series gets under way.
The Spaniard, whose start to 2016 was disrupted after a huge crash at the Australian GP, has managed a best finish of fifth during his second spell with McLaren.However, given the right tools, Alonso still believes he is the best there is in Formula 1.“I always feel confident about beating anyone,” Alonso told Sky F1’s Martin Brundle last weekend ahead of his race return in China.“I don’t believe that I’m better than anyone on pure speed in qualifying, I don’t think I’m better than anyone in wet conditions, dry conditions, qualifying, race. But if you put me in the same car at the same moment and same track as anyone. I think that I will beat them.“Maybe I’m not best of all sections, but overall I will beat them.”Brundle then asked if Alonso sees another world championship in the driver looking back at him in the mirror every morning, to which the 35-year-old replied: “Yes, definitely.”Alonso admitted he was “lucky to be alive”after his high-speed collision with Haas’ Esteban Gutierrez in the season-opener, but admitted that his “stupid” initial thoughts were on getting back to racing, whether that be in an impossible-to-repair MP8-41 or even a third car.He was replaced by Stoffel Vandoorne in Bahrain – with the youngster collecting McLaren’s first points of the season – and confirmed he tried to convince the FIA doctors he was fit to race by performing push-ups in front of them.Alonso’s reintroduction onto the grid atSunday’s Chinese GP didn’t quite go to plan – finishing P12 – and with one year remaining on his McLaren contract, and no desire to join another team after that, time is running out if he is to secure another title.That is why Alonso holds such high hopes for 2017 with changes to engines, tyres and chassis all on the horizon.“Right now I don’t think that we are enjoying driving as much as we should do,” he added. “We cannot be seven or eight seconds slower than 10 years ago. This is not fun to drive.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram A defiant Fernando Alonso claims he would beat any driver if he was in a similar car and still harbours hopes of landing a third world title.Alonso hasn’t won a championship since consecutive triumphs with Renault 10 years ago and his decision to join McLaren last season has backfired so far, with the Woking team struggling to recreate past glories with Honda.
Syracuse (18-8, 8-5 Atlantic Coast) won its eighth game in its last nine contests on Sunday by defeating Boston College 75-61. On Monday, Orange head coach Jim Boeheim went on the ACC coaches teleconference to talk about his team before SU travels to face No. 18 Louisville (19-6, 8-4) on Wednesday at 7 p.m.Here are three things he touched on.Bye ByeWith Boeheim’s team surging up from the doldrums of the conference standings, the possibility of getting one bye, if not two, in the ACC tournament has increased. The Orange is just one game behind Notre Dame, the team that currently holds the No. 4 spot in the ACC. The top four teams won’t play until March 10, and will receive two byes.“We’ve lost the last two times we’ve had the double bye,” Boeheim said. “I think that when you sit there for two days, and somebody plays and they’re a good team, it’s a problem. If you have a double bye and you happen to catch somebody who isn’t very good — but that isn’t going to happen. I think it was when we played in the first year in the league, we had a double bye and we got N.C. State. They were playing good and we just never got going in the game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I’ve never liked the double byes. I don’t even like the single byes when you’re playing a good team.”If the season ended Monday, Syracuse would be the No. 7 seed and have a single bye.Boarding SchoolAfter struggling as a rebounding team for the much of the first part of the season, Syracuse has outrebounded opponents in eight of its past 10 games. SU was beat on the glass by 26 to Wisconsin in early December, but has since righted the ship in that department.“I try not to think about it to tell you the truth,” Boeheim said. “I’m thinking the same way as I was when we were getting outrebounded. … It’s certainly helped our record that we have rebounded better. But exactly why, I’m not really (sure). We’ve got the same. We’ve improved a little bit defensively and rebounding-wise. … Obviously that’s a big contributor to winning.“We’ve gotten better on offense a little too, so I think it’s just a gradual improvement in those areas. Not that we necessarily did some extra work on something and that’s why it’s better. That’s not the case.”Finding his shotLouisville head coach Rick Pitino discussed Syracuse’s Tyler Lydon at length by during his time on the teleconference. And with the stretch forward/center coming off a career-high 20 points on Sunday, the SU head coach also had some things to say about the freshman.“He got off to a big start in the Bahamas,” Boeheim said. “I think they didn’t know who he was. I’m not sure we did either. But I know they didn’t. They left him open … When we came back, they started to guard him a little bit better obviously. He hesitated a little bit … He was wide open in the Bahamas, and I think he felt like he needed to be wide open to shoot for a while there.“But once he’s gotten more comfortable. He’s shooting the ball when he’s open. But he doesn’t have be wide open now.” Comments Related Stories What we learned from Syracuse basketball’s 75-61 win against Boston CollegeMalachi Richardson and Tyler Lydon key 2nd-half run that propels Syracuse to victory over BCJim Boeheim lightheartedly rants about snowfall in SyracuseJim Boeheim on Tyler Lydon: He makes plays that seniors don’t Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 15, 2016 at 1:29 pm Contact Sam: email@example.com | @SamBlum3