TechnipFMC has added to its international fleet of subsea pipelay, diving, and construction ships after purchasing a newbuild diving support vessel – the Deep Discoverer.The company signed a deal with VARD shipyard in Norway to purchase the vessel in late 2018. The vessel is currently undergoing an operational readiness program and will begin work in the first half of 2019, TechnipFMC said on Monday.The vessel will primarily service the North Sea diving construction and Inspection, Repair and Maintenance (IRM) markets.Deep Discoverer has DP3 capabilities, as well as an 18-person twin bell saturation diving system, in-built air diving spread and a 250 Te NOV Hydralift subsea crane. The 2017-built Deep Discoverer is 121 m long and it can accommodate 120 people.According to the company, this acquisition reinforces TechnipFMC’s position in the IRM sector, whilst supporting sustainable project economics for clients.Bill Morrice, Vice President of Commercial for UK and Mediterranean at TechnipFMC, said: “This addition to our fleet not only demonstrates our steadfast commitment to diving construction operations in the North Sea, but also significantly improves our capabilities in the IRM market.”
Although damaged, the fishing vessel managed to return to Victorias City on its own power. Flors stated to PCG that he tried to look for Adigue, but had a difficult time. It was dark. Both the PCG in Negros Occidental and Iloilo are currently still conducting a search and rescue operation. The fisherman was identified as 42-year-old Marlon Adigue Sr., a resident of Sitio Pasil in Barangay VI-A, Victorias City. BACOLOD City – Authorities are searching for a fisherfolk. His boat sank after it was allegedly hit by a cargo ship in the seas dividing Victorias City, Negros Occidental and Ajuy, Iloilo. BY DOMINIQUE GABRIEL BAÑAGA As they were fishing, an unknown cargo vessel rammed their small fishing boat, knocking Adigue off the boat. Flors, meanwhile managed to hold on to the fishing vessel. According to Benjamin, the seas separating Victorias City and Ajuy town is a busy shipping lane and mostly used by vessels heading to Metro Manila. It is very likely that the unknown cargo vessel was not able to see the fishing boat as it lacks any identification lights. Philippine Coast Guard-Negros Occidental (PCG) chief, Lieutenant Commander Jansen Benjamin, said Adigue, along with 36-year-old Agustin Flors, left Victorias City on a fishing trip on Friday evening. Benjamin also reminded fishermen to always make sure that their safety equipment before going out to sea, especially during the evening hours./PN
Inter Milan icon, Beppe Bergomi, believes coach Antonio Conte’s team can win the Europa League this month. Inter meet Getafe in a round 16 playoff tonight. “Inter can win it. The matches are single-legged and you cannot afford to go wrong and therefore there may be some surprises,” he explained to Tuttosport. “It is difficult to say that Inter are a favorite but they have been playing a lot recently unlike the Spanish and German sides who have not played in several weeks.Advertisement Loading… read also:Conte can’t tolerate Messi at Inter – Di Canio “I have to say that as far as Inter are concerned, it seems to me that the team is doing well and is healthy. I personally commented on the match against Napoli and then I followed the victory in Bergamo with Atalanta. I have seen good Inter. Certainly, the Nerazzurri, being favoured on paper, will have more pressure on them, but they have everything they need to beat Getafe.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content20 Photos Of Kendall Jenner That Force You Love Her Even More10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee8 Ways Drones Are Shaping Our Future7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year
Taylor VorthermsELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth American’s sports editor, Taylor Vortherms, won the New England Society of Newspaper Editors’ “Best Sports Coverage” award for her story about women’s running pioneer Robin Emery.The “NESNEs” recognize the best editorial work produced in New England. The winners in five different categories were announced on Thursday, April 21, at an awards ceremony at the New England Newspaper & Press Association’s (NENPA) headquarters in Dedham, Mass.Vortherms’ story about Emery was automatically submitted as a finalist for the award after taking first for “Sports Feature Story” at NENPA’s 2016 Better Newspaper contest.Other finalists for “Best Sports Coverage” in New England included: Jonathan Comey with The Standard-Times (New Bedford, Mass.) for the story “Behind the scenes, beyond the ropes;” Steve Barlow with the Republican-American (Waterbury, Conn.) for “The Shot;” Joshua Lyford with Worcester Magazine (Massachusetts) for “A little Rusty, but these Blades still cut the ice;” and Karl Lindholm with the Addison County Independent (Vermont) for “Habits of right living: Whither football?”This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
Clonmel Town battle it out with Nenagh AFC in Cooke Park.Clonmel were comfortable 4-0 winners over Fairview Rangers of Limerick in the semi-final while Nenagh needed penalties to overcome Cork outfit Kilreen Celtic in the last four.