Seabed Geosolutions, a joint venture between Fugro and CGG, has completed the world’s largest deepwater proprietary 3D ocean bottom node (OBN) survey in the Santos Basin, offshore Brazil.This is the fourth OBN survey completed by Seabed Geosolutions in Brazil.The survey, started in late 2018, covered the Buzios field, lying in around 2000 meters water depth.“In close cooperation with Petrobras, we have completed the industry’s largest ever OBN survey, spanning more than 1600 km2, in this giant pre-salt field in the Santos Basin using our new Manta OBN technology,” said Stephan Midenet, CEO of Seabed Geosolutions. “This milestone is a testament to Seabed Geosolutions’ technology and expertise, and reinforces our position in Brazil, one of the world’s largest OBN markets. The data quality and efficiency gains that we delivered also validate our Manta OBN solution, which we believe is becoming a game changer in deepwater environments.”Petrobras stated: “In view of this acquisition being the largest deepwater node survey ever performed, with a complex and evolving operating area having many production structures and FPSOs, Seabed Geosolutions’ effort and experience in successfully completing this job is second to none. Furthermore, the preliminary processing results indicate the quality of the data acquired is superb and will finally deliver structural insight to better characterise the Buzios field.”
Stuff co.nz 16 April 2016Family First Comment: This is very interesting. The owner of Wicked Campers said in 2014 (https://www.facebook.com/wickedcamperseu/posts/783888588330070) “WICKED CAMPERS ALSO INVITES ANYBODY WHO FEELS STRONGLY OFFENDED BY A SLOGAN TO EITHER PAINT OR TAPE OVER IT.”Right! Got that.Thousands of Kiwis are calling for a ban on Wicked Campers offensive slogans, but the man behind the vans is nowhere to be found.The company behind the offensive and borderline misogynistic slogans driving around some of the most beautiful parts of New Zealand is nothing if not defiant.John William Webb refuses to explain – let alone, apologise for – the vans that have motorists, campsites, guide books, councils and the Government up in arms.How is he getting away with it?Wicked Campers founder and owner John Webb has been silently defiant in the face of the latest uproar over his vans’ slogans.Webb’s first Wicked-related companies were set up in the early noughties and the vans hit the roads in 2005.READ MORE: http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/78706103/Wicked-Campers-slogan-outrage-continues-Mr-Wicked-nowhere-to-be-seen?cid=app-iPhone
Sharing is caring! LocalNews Policy on Men’s health to be developed to minimize prostate mortality in Dominica by: – October 18, 2011 14 Views no discussions Share Tweet Share Share Hon. Julius TimothyDominica’s Minister of Health, Honorable Julius Timothy is advocating the need for a policy on men’s health and health promotion to be developed, in order to reduce cases of male cancer on the island.The Ministry of Health has partnered with the Dominica Cancer Society to launch a National Strategic Plan for Health which identifies the development of a national plan for men’s health as an important initiative.The Ministry is hoping that this policy will also result in creating a different perception to citizens, more so men, as it relates to testing and early detection.“I am pleased to say the work has commenced on the development of such a policy guideline in association with the relevant stakeholders. Interest in men’s health to date has tended to be a on ‘male specific’ conditions and increased emphasis on men’s health in a wider context is now needed. Men and women are at similar risks of developing cancers but men are more likely to die from it because it is believed that they do not make much use of preventative and primary healthcare services and therefore only present themselves to the medical professional late in the course of the illness. In this regard, the Ministry of Health is looking closely at the role of gender on Dominican men’s concept of health, their knowledge, beliefs and attitudes to health and illness, health and risk behaviours, and the barrieres that Dominican men perceive in accessing the health services. The findings of such studies will inform the development of the new men’s health policy in a very region-specific way”.Mr Timothy says there has been considerable progress in the fight against cancer nationally which include investments in the develoment of cancer services.“The benefit of this investment can be seen in a number of areas, including the availability of a specialized oncology clinic together with supporting staff and services, in key areas such as medical oncology, histopathology, radiology and haematology.”The Ministry believes that the control of cancer can only be effective if it is planned in a systematic and integrated manner. The National Health Strategic Plan has identified the need for the preparation of a new National Cancer Strategy which will soon be developed by the Ministry of Health in conjuction with key stakeholders.“The Strategy will hopefully set out the key priorities for the development of cancer services and will make recommendations in relation to the organization of cancer services nationally. This is largely addressed in our more recently developed CNCD policy which also addresses the issue of preventable cancers”, said Timothy.Cancer has been identified as one of the leading causes of premature death in Dominica.Dominica has now become a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency which guarantees access to specialty services provided by the Agency in relation to cancer treatment and prevention.Domincia Vibes News
James Howard Manely, 94, of Brookville, passed October 9, 2018 at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie. He was born on October 15, 1923 in Brookville, a son to Ernest W. and Hazel Fieber Manley. James attended Brookville High School and graduated in 1941. He later served in the Navy during WWII on a sub chaser from 1943 to 1946. He married Rose Mary Linderman on July 22, 1950 and together they had one daughter, Debra Manley Davis of Selma, Indiana.James later remarried to Helen (Quinlan) Stewart on June 7, 1968 in Covington, Kentucky. The two of them enjoyed traveling and took many road trips together. He worked many years at the Brookville Lumber Company his father owned and was founded by his grandfather, Joseph Fieber. After James’ father passed, he and his sister, Margaret (Manley) Bowling, sold the lumber company. In 1973, he began working at D and M Manufacturing Company in Connersville and retired from there in 1985. James had a lifelong love affair with antique autos and owned several classic cars over his lifetime. He was also a member of the Brookville United Methodist Church and Brookville American Legion Bernard Hurst Post #77.He is survived by a step-sister, Margaret (Manley) Flynn of Mason, OH; one daughter, Debra and husband Denver Davis of Selma; one grandson, Aaron Davis and his wife Alexandra (Garrett) of Texas; a granddaughter, Rachel and her husband Andrew Schuck of Yorktown; one great-granddaughter, Vanessa Davis of Texas; a step-son, Gene Stewart and his wife Becky (White) of Brookville, and a step-daughter, Nancy (Stewart) Hemmer of Brookville. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Margaret Bowling, his first wife Rose Mary Linderman and his second wife, Helen Manley.Friends may visit with the family on Monday, October 15, 2018 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Pastor Steve Rundel of Brookville United Methodist Church will officiate the service at 1 p.m. at the funeral home and burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery with the Brookville American Legion, Bernard Hurst Post #77 providing military graveside honors.Memorial donations can be directed to Chosen People Ministries at www.chosenpeople.com or to Jews for Jesus at jewsforjesus.org. To sign the online guestbook please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of James Manley.
RelatedPosts Fulham keen on Lookman loan deal Pirlo not out to copy anyone after Juventus’ comfortable opening win Super Eagles stars model new national team jersey Nigerian international, Alex Iwobi, will be out of action for two weeks following an hamstring injury he suffered against Tottenham Hotspur.Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti revealed that he took the midfielder off due to the injury problem. Iwobi was withdrawn at half-time, with youngster Anthony Gordon coming on to take his place.The Nigerian had been quiet in the first 45 minutes, but part of the reason for that may have been as he picked up an injury.“I wanted to use some fresh legs for the game,” Ancelotti said, when asked about his substitutions.“Iwobi had a little problem on his hamstring so I took him out and after that I put on fresh players for the end of the game.”Everton will now be waiting to find out how severe Iwobi’s injury is, and they will hope that it doesn’t keep him out for a long period of time, with the games coming thick and fast between now and the end of the season. —Tags: alex iwobiAnthony GordonCarlo AncelottiEverton
Gov. Ron DeSantis and medical officials are holding a press conference regarding COVID-19 at Orlando Health.
Florida’s largest supermarket chain has a new policy as of next week, in the effort to fight the spread of the coronavirus.Beginning July 21, Publix will require all customers to wear a mask or some type of face covering while inside any of its stores.The Lakeland-based company posted the information on its website Thursday.Publix cited CDC guidelines for the change, and emphasized that face coverings must be worn over both the nose and mouth.To limit the spread of COVID-19, face coverings are required at all stores beginning July 21. To learn more, visit https://t.co/FxZxssOU70 pic.twitter.com/YyfLFdpSkB— Publix (@Publix) July 16, 2020 The grocer has implemented other measures to help shoppers abide by social distancing, such as one-way aisles and marking off six-foot increments at the checkout aisles.Other businesses that already require face coverings include Target, Walmart and CVS.The CDC states on its website that “a cloth face covering may not protect the wearer, but it may keep the wearer from spreading the virus to others.”
The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon are in total disarray ahead of next year’s AFCON in Gabon after as many as seven players on their 35-man provisional squad including Premier League stars Joel Matip and Allan Nyom opted out.Cameroon coach Hugo Bros raised alarm over the availability of the country’s top stars for Gabon 2017.Liverpool defender Matip, Nyom from West Bromwich Albion, Ajax Amsterdam goalkeeper Andre Onana, Guy Roland Ndy Assembe of Nancy and Andre Zambo Anguissa from Olympique Marseille have withdrawn from the four-time African champions squad to Gabon 2017. Others who have opted out are Maxime Poundje of Bordeaux and Ibrahim Amadou from Lille.Matip has insisted on continuing his self-imposed exile from international football after his bad experience with the previous Indomitable Lions coaches, while Onana, Assembe, Nyom have put club before country so as to maintain first-team places at their various clubs.Poundje has opted to try his luck with France instead of Cameroon.However, Cameroon could still get these top stars to feature at the AFCON should they report them to world football governing body FIFA.For the 2017 AFCON, Cameroon are drawn in Group A alongside hosts Gabon, Burkina Faso and debutants Guinea Bissau.They are also pitched against Nigeria, Zambia and Algeria in the qualifying tournament for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.The Indomitable Lions are second in the group with two points from as many matches, four points behind leaders Nigeria and both teams clash in a double-header from August 2017.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
All the ten fixtures of Match-day 26 of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) have been rearranged by the League Management Company (LMC).The games were supposed to hold on Sunday, June 25 but have now been moved to Wednesday, June 28.However, Rivers Unitedâ€™s fixture against Shooting Stars on the affected match day has been brought forward.The game between the â€˜Pride of Riversâ€™ and the â€˜Oluyole Warriorsâ€™ will now hold on Saturday, June 24 at the Yakubu Gowon Stadium, Port Harcourt. Unitedâ€™s fixture was brought forward due to the clubâ€™s participation in the 2017 CAF Confederation Cup.The Port Harcourt club will face Tunisian outfit, Club Africain in Port Harcourt on July 2.Chief Operating Officer of the LMC, Salihu Abubakar, revealed in a release made available to supersport.com that the change in date of the fixtures was occasioned by the Eid-el-Fitr Sallah holidays which will hold from June 25-27.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Syracuse freshman guard Tyus Battle will return for his sophomore season, his father, Gary Battle, confirmed Wednesday afternoon.After the Orange’s season ended on Saturday, Battle had not discussed his future plans with his father as of Sunday evening. Now that they’ve talked it over, Battle will spend another season at SU.“(Tyus) wants to return 100 percent his sophomore year,” Gary Battle said in a text.Battle fought through a foot injury during the nonconference portion of Syracuse’s schedule and the flu for multiple weeks in February. Once healthy after the flu, Battle scored in double digits in seven straight games to end the year, averaging 17.4 points per game over that span. He played in 34 games and started 25 while averaging 11.3 points and 30.7 minutes and shot 36.6 percent on 3-pointers.When fully healthy, he showed an ability to score effectively driving to the basket, shooting mid-range jumpers and hitting 3-pointers. The 6-foot-6 New Jersey native was ranked as the 35th best recruit in the 2016 class, per ESPN.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHe had the option to enter the NBA Draft by April 23 but retain eligibility by not signing an agent and withdrawing by May 24. But instead of dipping his toe in the NBA Draft process, Battle plans on returning to Syracuse.Fellow Orange teammate Tyler Lydon declared Monday for the NBA Draft. The sophomore led SU in rebounding.Orange head coach Jim Boeheim said Monday that he thinks staying an extra year in college typically benefits players. If a player can improve his draft stock and has the chance to get picked higher in the following year’s draft, Boeheim said he thinks it’s more beneficial to remain in school.“I always think players should stay another year,” Boeheim said, “because I think it benefits them. … I advise players, but it’s always their decision when they should go. We support them 100 percent. Comments Published on March 22, 2017 at 1:01 pm Contact Paul: email@example.com | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+