Image courtesy of WoodsideAustralian LNG player Woodside Energy signed a heads of agreement (HOA) with Uniper Global Commodities (Uniper) for the supply of the chilled fuel.Woodside would supply up to 0.6 million tons of LNG per annum over a period of four years commencing in 2019, the company said in a statement.Woodside CEO Peter Coleman said the LNG would be supplied from the company’s portfolio sources to markets in Europe and Asia.“This agreement illustrates further diversification of Woodside’s buyer relationships and the increasing interaction between participants in the Asia-Pacific and Atlantic LNG markets as international trading patterns become more liquid,” he said.Uniper CEO Keith Martin added the deal would see the company growing its Asian portfolio whilst leveraging its midstream assets in Europe.The HOA is conditional on the execution of a fully termed LNG sales and purchase agreement, Woodside said.
“This is not only for our career butalso for our family and the people that we serve. We want to be true to ourduty to serve God, our country, our people,” he said. (PNA) The intensified campaign on internalcleansing will not only benefit the PNP organization but the community as well,he stressed. For the whole 2019, Banac said, over200 administrative cases were filed against PRO-6 personnel. Philippine National Police (PNP) spokesperson Brigadier General Bernard Banac Brigadier General Bernard Banac, thePhilippine National Police (PNP) spokesperson, met with life coach coordinatorsin PRO-6 on Wednesday to reiterate the internal cleansing program of GeneralArchie Gamboa, PNP chief. ILOILO City – The Police RegionalOffice 6 (PRO-6) is eyeing to lower the number of administrative cases filedagainst its men through intensified internal cleansing. “We want to inculcate to our personnelthe PNP core values of maka–Diyos (pro-God), makabayan (pro-nation), makatao(pro-people), and makakalikasan(environment-friendly), and we really need the help of the faith-basedcommunity,” Banac said. Life coach coordinators from variousfaith-based communities are seen to help straighten rogue cops. “For 2020, our goal is to reduce thenumber through the preventive components of the program which are valuesformation and character development,” he said. The “squad concept” will be employed –one squad leader and a representative from the religious community will guidemore or less six to eight PNP members.
The Oldenburg Academy Boys Soccer team lost to Knightstown Thursday evening 1-0.Courtesy of Michelle Wachsmann.
On Saturday, December 8th, the 6th Grade St. Louis Cardinals traveled to Columbus, IN and participated in the Battle of the Saints tournament which featured a total of 7 schools. In their first game the Cardinals took on the St. Charles Hawks from Bloomington and ended up losing 37-11. The Cardinals were led in scoring by Ben Miller with 5 points followed by Christian Mack with 3, Sam Laloge with 2, and Santiago Schutte with 1. Ryan Duerstock and Max Amberger led the rebounding effort with 5 for Ryan and 4 for Max. Others collecting rebounds were Laloge with 3, Adam Meer with 3, Schutte with 2, and Miller, Mack, Zavier Tekulve, Marc Meneses, and Max Richardson each with 1.In the their second game the Cardinals took on St. Marys from North Vernon and despite hustling and playing a physical game ended up losing 48-25. St. Louis was led in scoring by Ben Miller with 10 points followed by Henry Wanstrath with 5, Sam Laloge with 3, Ryan Duerstock with 3, Adam Meer with 2, and Max Amberger with 2. Sam Laloge did a great job on the glass with 11 rebounds followed by Duerstock with 6, Meer with 5, Amberger with 4, Wanstrath with 3, Miller with 2, Santiago Schutte with 2, and Christian Mack with 2. This game was a good measuring stick for the Cardinals since they played St. Marys to start their season. It was clearly evident that the boys have improved throughout the year!Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Coach Tekulve.
Read Also: Setien: Messi, Barcelona will always be togetherThe Ghana international’s buy-out clause is £43.7 million.Leonardo is also a big fan of Bakayoko.The Frenchman, 25, had a revival at Monaco this season and still belongs to Chelsea, where he endured a difficult spell before being loaned to Milan and then back the Ligue 1 side.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Ndidi, 23, was in fine form for Champions League-chasing Leicester before the break due to the coronavirus outbreak and became the subject of interest from some top European clubs.Paris Saint-Germain is interested in signing Leicester’s Wilfred Ndidi as they search for a new central midfielder in the summer transfer window and reports suggest PSG, through their sporting director Leonardo, is plotting an offer this summer.The Nigeria international arrived at Leicester in 2017 from Genk for £15 million and still has another four years left on his contract.Ndidi is currently valued is at around £45 million to £50 million (about N25 million).Despite recently bringing in two central midfielders in Idrissa Gueye last summer for £30 million from Everton and Leandro Paredes the previous January for £36 million from Zenit, the Parisians still feel they need a strong and aggressive holding midfielder, which neither the Senegal nor Argentina internationals are struggling to cope.Ndidi meets all the requirement and Leonardo could soon accelerate their interest with an offer.Interestingly, Ndidi is not the only midfielder on PSG wish-list.Partey, 26, who is also having a very good season, is also another name on their shortlist. Loading… French Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain is interested in signing Super Eagles and Leicester star Wilfred Ndidi as they search for a new central midfielder in the summer transfer window.Advertisement Promoted Content7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennySome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksRevealed: 6 Hidden Secrets Of The Great Wall Of ChinaBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooThe Best Cars Of All TimeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeDazzling Wedding Looks From Different Countries In The World2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year
Chelsea booked their place in the final of the International Champions Cup with a 2-0 victory over AC Milan at Miami’s Sun Life Stadium. The right-back showed good skill in the fourth minute to flick De Bruyne’s cross goalwards, but Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati saved well at his near post. The Serbian headed an Oscar free-kick wide eight minutes later and was then booked for a foul on Mario Balotelli, before De Bruyne saw a 19th-minute effort ruled out for offisde. Ivanovic produced a crucial intervention in the 26th minute, clearing before former Manchester City striker Balotelli could pounce after Blues goalkeeper Petr Cech could only parry a Sulley Muntari shot. Oscar fired just wide shortly before De Bruyne opened the scoring in the 29th minute, rounding off a neat passing move by taking a pass from Eden Hazard and sidefooting home from 16 yards. The chances continued for the Blues in a second half which again saw boss Jose Mourinho take the opportunity to use his entire squad. John Terry volleyed wide and Juan Mata saw a low shot saved midway through the second half, before the Spaniard curled a free-kick over. Antonio Nocerino headed wide at the other end before Schurrle shot just over after patient approach play from Victor Moses and Fernando Torres. After Ramires had unselfishly tried to set up Romelu Lukaku in injury time, Chelsea got their second goal when Schurrle impressively volleyed home from 15 yards after receiving the ball from Moses. The final against Real, managed last season by Mourinho, takes place at the same venue on Wednesday. Goals in each half from Kevin De Bruyne and Andre Schurrle set up a clash against Real Madrid on Wednesday. Defender Branislav Ivanovic was at the heart of things in the first half of an entertaining game which contained plenty of chances for the Blues. Press Association
Published on October 18, 2011 at 12:00 pm After George Clinkscale passed away Sept. 21, Curnelius Arnick approached Clinkscale’s fiancee with an idea.He wanted to honor his friend and former teammate at Tulsa by wearing his No. 8 jersey.Arnick received her blessing and took the field for Tulsa against North Texas on Oct. 1 — the day of Clinkscale’s funeral — donning his fallen teammate’s number. Arnick could not put into words what it felt like running onto the field for that game. He simply wanted to give Clinkscale, a former linebacker, the chance to be on the field one last time.‘For the rest of the season I’m trying to dedicate the season to him,’ Arnick said. ‘Just play how I know he would want me to play and just make him proud.’The gesture for Clinkscale — who died at age 24 after participating in an unsanctioned boxing match — proved that Arnick has not only grown as a player in his senior season at Tulsa, but he has also grown even more as a person. Arnick has stepped up on and off the field to honor his friend.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn a year marred by a change in defensive scheme under a new coaching staff and the death of his former teammate, Arnick has stayed strong and provided a sense of unity in the Golden Hurricanes locker room.Through it all, he has transformed into one of the nation’s most dynamic defensive playmakers under first-year defensive coordinator Brent Guy. With 74 tackles through six games, Arnick is fifth in the nation in tackles per game. The linebacker is also pushing to break Tulsa’s single-season record of 165 set by Chris Chamberlain in 2007.Coming from a large public high school in Dallas, Arnick had to adjust to the culture of private college like Tulsa.‘He’s grown a lot as a person,’ Guy said. ‘He’s a world changed from where he grew up, what he knew, to where he came to a private school, just culturally. Guys respect him for seeing what he’s gone through and the changes that he’s made.’For Arnick’s transformation to take place he had to adapt to a new coaching philosophy. Seven out of the 10 coaches on the Tulsa staff, including Guy, are in their first season with the team.Arnick had to find his niche in Guy’s new 4-3 defensive scheme. Arnick was inserted at the Mike linebacker position, and he has flourished as the quarterback of the defense. Guy said Arnick’s nose for the football and ability to dissect the defense rapidly makes him an effective leader of the defense.His play is very similar to the way Clinkscale played during his time at Tulsa.‘He was always going to be there,’ Arnick said. ‘He was going to make the play, and if he wasn’t making the play, he was doing what he needed to do to help his teammates or his fellow defensive players. He always supplied the team with a spark and a passion.’Arnick was one of the few members on the team that got the chance to play side by side with Clinkscale for two seasons before the former linebacker graduated in 2009.Arnick and the upperclassmen on the team were the deeply affected by Clinkscale’s passing. But many of the freshmen and sophomores did not know who he was, and following Clinkscale’s death, the Golden Hurricanes seemed to be divided by varying levels of heartache.But Arnick took it upon himself to rally his teammates to honor a member of the Golden Hurricanes family. He spoke with the team’s captains and each player donated their per diem, or cash allowance, for one week — a total of $1,800 — to Clinkscale’s fiancee.For junior defensive end Cory Dorris, that gesture brought the team closer together. The younger players may have seen Clinkscale on the sidelines as a spectator, but many of them didn’t know what he meant to the program until they saw the older players’ reactions following his death.‘Even though it’s not something they can relate to because they didn’t know him,’ Dorris said, ‘it’s something they can see us and see our heartache, and with that they can respect that, and they can come together with us.’The loss of Clinkscale shows how quickly life can take a sharp turn. For Arnick, the memory of Clinkscale will serve as inspiration for the rest of the season. And for the team, his death is a constant reminder of what it means to play for Tulsa.‘I think for them it’s a real reality check,’ Guy said. ‘And for the opportunity when you’re out here sweating and it’s hard, it’s tough, and you want to think about doing other things, you think about, ‘Hey, George didn’t have much time on earth, I better make the best of it.”email@example.com Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments
The Trinidad and Tobago government Wednesday criticized people spreading “fake news” about the extent of the damage caused by the magnitude 7.3 earthquake that rocked the oil rich twin island republic on Tuesday.Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel has since expressed support to Trinidad and Tobago, adding that Havana is ‘ready to attend any emergency.”Fake news on social mediaCommunications and National Security Minister Stuart Young said that while “thankfully we have had no reports of deaths and injuries” there were people, including opposition politicians, who had been using the social media network to disseminate fake news on the incident. “I want to denounce all of those persons…circulating fake news,” Young told reporters at the weekly post cabinet news conference, adding that “this is very irresponsible, that is something that is unacceptable.”Young said that several government buildings had been closed Wednesday as a result of Tuesday’s quake as engineers and other stakeholders undertake an assessment of the situation. He said the assessment is also being done by private building owners. “I expect more reports of damages,“ he said, adding that he hope the non-loss of lives would remain that way.Another quake on WednesdayOn Wednesday, the country was rocked by another earthquake with a magnitude of 5.9. Young and the seismic Research center (SRC) of the St. Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) warned the population to be prepared for additional aftershocks in the coming days.“I think we can expect aftershocks…the state will continue to monitor,” Young said, urging citizens not to take unnecessary risks” and should not crowd the various health centers and hospitals unless it is necessary. He said the police were out in full force to maintain law and order and young appealed again to citizens to ‘continue to be each other’s keeper. “At the end of the day we are all our brothers and sisters,” he said.Most electricity restored Meanwhile, the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Company (T7TEC) said that nearly 100 per cent of its customers are “back on supply, with individual reports and small local outages being attended to.” It said that overnight the majority of those reports were completed as a result of additional crews being called out in all areas. “Bearing in mind that aftershocks are expected, we want to share some safety tips with customers: During or immediately after an earthquake we encourage customers to turn off breakers to protect appliances in the event of surges. When outdoor, stay away from poles and wires as that may be shaking, in case they fall. If poles or wires are on the ground treat as if they are live! Stay away and contact T&TEC.“Similarly, if trees fall on lines or poles, do not touch them as they can act as a conductor for electricity and electrocute or shock the individual.”
Related Super Eagles defender Leon Balogun has undergone surgery on a fracture he suffered on his left hand last week Friday.This was made known by his club in addition to the confirmation that he will be able to play despite the injury.. @LeonBalogun hat sich am Freitag einen Mittelhandbruch an der linken Hand zugezogen, der operativ behandelt worden ist. Bei entsprechendem Heilungsverlauf und mithilfe einer Schiene könnte er noch im Laufe der Hinrunde zurückkehren. Gute Besserung, Leon! 💐— 1. FSV Mainz 05 (@1FSVMainz05) November 19, 2017His injury status was revealed by his Bundesliga club, Mainz 05, via their official Twitter handle on Sunday: “@LeonBalogun suffered a fracture to his left hand on Friday and has undergone surgery. Luckily, he will be able to carry on playing.“Get well soon, Leon!”Leon Balogun had earlier played a major role for the Super Eagles in their impressive 4-2 win over Argentina on Tuesday before suffering the left hand fracture 72 hours later.He was conspicuously absent for Mainz 05 on Saturday during their 1-0 league win over FC Cologne at the Opel Arena.
Share Spotlight ups matchday commentary reach and capacity for new EPL Season August 21, 2020 Premier League looks to broadcast every behind-closed-door fixture August 28, 2020 Successful summer leaves Leadstar positive over industry’s recovery August 18, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Submit Premier League football returned after another international break, and it was Manchester City who lit up what was otherwise a rather tame gameweek. Something that was reflected within SBC’s League of Legends, with a number of scores falling some way short of the lofty heights of recent weeks.Digital Fuel Marketing’s Andy Scott clearly didn’t stick to that script though, top scoring with 80 points and leapfrogging a number of places to third in the overall standings. Gabriel Jesus and Tammy Abraham leading the way for his side with 13 points apiece; able deputies from Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester City and Manchester United also chipped in to help finish the round just 11 points off top spot.One place and seven points further back is Steve Lang, who followed Scott’s charge up the table towards the summit thanks to a very timely transfer. His decision to take out Romelu Lukaku and install Jesus as captain was repaid with 26 points of his overall 75. Fellow City players Kevin De Bruyne and David Silva helped out with nine and seven points respectively, while Spurs’ Christian Eriksen notched a goal to help push his tally along to 11.Completing the top ten is Philip Chadwick, another big mover after his City and Spurs heavy side recorded 76 points. With his captain Harry Kane failing to fire and limping along to four points it was team-mates Eriksen (11) and Kieran Trippier (8), along with City trio Jesus (13), Leroy Sane (10) and this week’s top points scorer Raheem Sterling (15) who helped him along to tenth.This weekend’s Premier League fixtures begin with Friday night football coming from the London Stadium, Brighton and Hove Albion the visitors taking on Slaven Bilic’s West Ham United. On Saturday all eyes will firmly be fixed on Pep Guardiola and his side, with Burnley the visitors to the Etihad, expectation will certainly be high following the 7-2 drubbing of Stoke. Super Sunday sees Everton host Arsenal, while Liverpool make the trip to Wembley to face Spurs. Share