“Another chapter” for Linde Korea with 5,200 tpd facility

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L-3 MSI to Wire Up First Biogas Ferry

L-3 Marine Systems International (L-3 MSI) has been awarded a contract to provide advanced automation, navigation, communications and electrical propulsion facilities for Samsø Færgen, a new 100-metre, double-ended passenger/car ferry built by Remontowa Shipbuilding at its Gdansk shipyard on behalf of Danish proprietor, Samsø Municipality. Due to enter service in September 2014 on domestic routes between the renewable energy island of Samsø and Hou on the Danish mainland, the eight-deck DNV-class vessel will carry a maximum of 600 passengers and 160 cars.” Initially LNG-fuelled, Samsø Færgen is expected to become the world’s first ferry to operate on locally supplied biogas.”“We are particularly proud to be actively associated with the ongoing development of this remarkable maritime innovation, which marks a huge stride in reducing carbon dioxide emissions and pollution from ships,” said Reinhard Swoboda, senior vice president of drives and special systems at L-3 MSI’s SAM Electronics division. “The supply of our latest PWM technology underscores L-3’s continuing contribution to providing cost-effective, efficient and eco-friendly propulsion technology.”The NACOS Platinum integrated navigation system to be supplied by L-3 MSI’s Lyngsø Marine division, comprises S- and X-band radars linked to a series of five Multipilot multifunction consoles and associated conning units for control of all main radar, ECDIS, automatic steering and voyage planning functions.Subsidiary sensors consist of AIS, VDR, DGPS, Doppler logs, echosounders, gyros, rudder steering and indicators, wind/weather navaids and BNWAS.The vessel’s control system is completed by L-3’s MCS Platinum automated monitoring and control system, with approximately 4,000 data inputs remote controlled from several onboard computer workstations, as well as emergency shutdown and DNV-approved LNG cargo control systems.L-3 MSI’s SAM Electronics division is providing the ferry’s complete electrical propulsion system.The vessel will be equipped with four 850 kW azimuth thrusters, each driven by an asynchronous motor and a speed-controlled, low-voltage PWM converter featuring the latest active front-end (AFE) technology.The vessel’s power generation configuration will include the installation of two 690 V, 60 Hz propulsion switchboards, four gensets, including 1,275 kVA synchronous generators, and dual-fuel diesel/LNG engines.[mappress]Press Release; July 8th, 2014; Image: Remontowa read more

Gazprom, YPF ink memorandum of cooperation

first_imgGazprom head Alexey Miller signed a memorandum of cooperation with Miguel Galuccio, CEO of Argentine National Petroleum Company YPF in Moscow on Thursday.“The document stipulates the main areas of the future bilateral cooperation, including exploration, production and transmission of hydrocarbons in Argentina and third countries,” Russian gas giant said in a statement.YPF is the main oil and gas producer in Argentina, with a market share of more than 43 percent.Gazprom is supplying LNG to Argentina as part of a deal won in 2013 to supply 15 LNG cargoes with a total volume of one million tons to the country between 2014 and 2015.[mappress mapid=”17166″]LNG World News Staff; Image: Gazpromlast_img

Eversheds to fight employment tribunal bias ruling

first_imgNational firm Eversheds last week lodged an appeal against an Employment Tribunal ruling that it must pay £123,300 in compensation to a male associate who suffered sexual discrimination during the firm’s 2009 redundancy programme. The tribunal found that former real estate associate John de Belin was treated less favourably than another associate who was on maternity leave when he was selected for redundancy. Eversheds’ redundancy programme was based on a points system judged against certain criteria. One criterion, which carried a maximum of two points, judged potential redundancy candidates on how quickly they achieved payment for work during a certain timeframe. A woman colleague of de Belin was automatically awarded the maximum two points for this on the grounds that she was not available to be assessed. Eversheds considered that it would have been open to a discrimination claim from her had it not awarded maximum points. De Belin received only half a point for lock-up, giving him 27 points against the woman’s 27.5 when the final points were counted. He was selected for redundancy and took his case to the tribunal. An Eversheds spokesman said the firm would appeal the decision on the basis that the Sexual Discrimination Act excludes maternity from being taken into account when comparing the treatment of men and women.last_img read more

Peters & May appoints German sales agent

first_imgThe global boat transportation provider says that it has been serving its German customers though its UK head office but the appointment of a dedicated sales agent will enable it to provide a comprehensive service to yacht manufacturers, dealers and owners across the country.www.petersandmay.comwww.atsincintl.comlast_img

Dumfries and Galloway Students Top of the Class and Country

first_imgHNC Computing was also ranked first across the country. HNC Accounting was also first, achieving a 100 per cent success rate. These sector-leading results are proof of the hard work put in by students from Computing, Business & Management, Accounting, Engineering, Creative Industries, and Sport and Recreation, and that of their teaching and support staff. The college’s students also came first in the subject area of HND Business and Management and were second overall in HNDs across Scotland. In HND Computer Science, students from Dumfries and Galloway achieved a 93.3 per cent success rate, beating the sector average by nearly 30 per cent. HND Electrical Engineering students posted an impressive success rate of 70 per cent, a significant achievement for the students on that course. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInStudents on a selection of courses at Dumfries and Galloway College are the best performing in the country, a new report has found.The Scottish Funding Council’s recently published course performance indicators 2018-19 showed that students on several HNC and HND courses reported the highest success rates in their subject areas in any college in Scotland. “We congratulate all of our graduates and wish them all the best with their future plans.” “In these highly competitive subjects, placing first across the whole country is proof that they have bright futures ahead of them and that our teaching staff are leading the way in our sector. Dumfries and Galloway College congratulates all of its students on their achievements and wishes them every success in the future. Principal Joanna Campbell said:“All of us at Dumfries and Galloway College are incredibly proud of our HNC and HND students for their impressive results and extend our special congratulations to the students in these disciplines for placing first across Scotland. HNC Coaching & Developing Sport (93.8 per cent) and HNC Photography (89.5 per cent) at Dumfries and Galloway also came top among Sport & Recreation and Creative Industries HNC subject areas.last_img read more

Green Archers edges Tams in UAAP caging

first_img[av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Green Archers edges Tams in UAAP caging ‘ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=’30’ subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”]BY ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]Friday, October 13, 2017[/av_textblock][av_textblock size=’18’ font_color=” color=”]MANILA – De La Salle University Green Archers survived a sloppy ending to escape with a 75-73 win over Far Eastern University Tamaraws in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum. This victory on Wednesday night allowed the defending champion De La Salle to solidify its hold of the second spot with a 6-2 win-loss record and bounce back from its 76-75 loss to Ateneo Blue Eagles on Sunday.Ricci Rivero led the way with 20 points, Cameroonian import Benoit Mbala had double-double 18 points and 17 rebounds, while Jollo Go contributed 14 markers for Green Archers.From a tightly contested opening half, Green Archers pulled away in the third quarter on conversions by Mbala and Rivero for a double-digit spread. But Tamaraws managed to keep it close 56-62 heading into the fourth.Green Archers were holding to a slim 67-65 lead when Go unloaded 5 straight points for a 72-65 lead but Tamaraws quickly answered with back-to-back treys by Kenneth Tuffin and Hubert Cani to come to within 71-74.De La Salle had a chance to seal the win but Rivero hit just one out of his four free throw attempts for a 75-73 lead. It was his teammate Andrei Caracut who sealed the win by snatching the ball.“Muntik pa,” exclaimed Green Archers assistant coach Miggy Solitaria. “We are telling the players that we should stick to the system. Isang beses, dalawang beses lang kaming malingat nagkakaroon siya ng impact agad.”Tuffin top-scored with season-high 14 points while Cani and Ron Dennison added 13 and 10 points, respectively, for Tamaraws, which played without suspended big man Arvin Tolentino./PN[/av_textblock][/av_one_full]last_img read more

Council considers grant projects

first_imgBy ABBEY KUNKLESpecial to the PRESSThe South Padre Island City Council met Wednesday evening for their regular meeting. The crowd was lively during the first portion of the meeting, when the council considered and chose to formally oppose the construction of Liquified Natural Gas facilities in the vicinity of Port Isabel. The council spent the remainder of the meeting addressing current projects and future grant applications. In addition, Mayor Pro Tem Alex Avalos, who led the meeting in the Mayor Barry Patel’s absence, made a proclamation to recognize September as National Food Safety Month to encourage businesses and create awareness throughout the community.In regards to current projects, the council awarded a contract to complete construction on phase one at the John L. Tompkins City Park for an amount not to exceed $703,433.40. The original budget was for $650,000 with $400,000 coming through a grant from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD). Public Works Director Armando Gutierrez estimated about $687,000 for the project and agreed that the bid was reasonable. With about $75,000 available in excess of the general fund, the council awarded the contract to the only bidder. Councilman Sam Listi, who has put a lot of effort into the project said, “This is a great moment in my life after three or four years trying to get this project together.”Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. RelatedSPI council approves several projectsBy Gaige Davila editor@portisabelsouthpadre.com  South Padre Island’s city council discussed and approved several project initiatives on Wednesday, January 23, during their regular council meeting. Council also voted to cancel their contract with their state lobbyist, Austin, Texas, based Focused Advocacy Group. The city was paying $10,000 a month for their…January 24, 2020In “News”Transport plans move forwardBy ABBEY KUNKLE Special to the PRESS February 5, 2015 During the Form Based Code workshop on Jan. 22, the City Council came to the consensus to further develop the current draft transportation plan which has been in the works since 2010. The original idea of the transportation plan was…February 6, 2015In “News”Committee to recommend smoking ban in all city parksBy ABBEY KUNKLE Special to the PRESS The Parks, Recreation, and Beautification Committee have been busy with preparations for the new City Park and planning for a future community center. The committee met Wednesday morning to continue work on current projects and to discuss plans for their next big event,…April 17, 2015In “News” Sharelast_img read more

City recognizes Garza’s 30 years of service

first_imgBy ABBEY KUNKLESpecial to the PRESSAlthough sad to see him go, the South Padre Island City Council recognized retiring Assistant Chief of Police Javier Garza for his 30 years of dedicated service at their regular meeting Wednesday evening. Garza began his career in law enforcement as a dispatcher in the 1980s and worked his way up to assistant chief, where he has served an important role in maintaining the safety of the community for the past 10 years.Family and friends attended the meeting to support Garza, giving thanks and recognition for his faithful service. He was presented with framed badges and a plaque, along with a proclamation of gratitude and acknowledgement from State Sen. Eddie Lucio, Jr. which was delivered by former Councilman Sam Listi.After the proclamation and thanks from the City, Garza thanked the City for the opportunity he had been given many years before. He spoke a few words of gratitude, saying, “I have worked and dedicated my life to the City for 30 some years. I wear this uniform with pride everytime I put it on. It has been my honor and my pleasure to represent the City and the citizens for these 30 years.”Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. RelatedHAPPY RETIREMENT: Family celebrate Garza’s 30 years of serviceBy PAMELA CODY Special to the PRESS In this day and age, it is a rare occurrence to enjoy a career in a single profession that spans three decades, but that’s exactly what South Padre Island Assistant Chief of Police Javier Garza accomplished.  Garza recently retired from the Island’s police…February 20, 2016In “News”Past mayor honored by pavilion By JASON MIHALICK   Former Port Isabel May­or Quirino Zurita Martinez was honored on Saturday for years of continued hard work and commitment he has given to the City of Port Isabel as a pavilion at Washington Park was dedicated to him. Martinez was in office from 1970-1976 as City…April 12, 2011In “News”Police department recognizes their ownBy JOE R. BOWLING, JR. Tuesday night during the Port Isabel City Com­mission Meeting four of­ficers were recognized for their efforts as Chief Gual­berto Gonzalez handed out awards to Cesar Garcia, Sergeant Javier Vivero, Monica Garza and David Martinez. Each of the four were recognized for do­ing their part to…February 10, 2011In “News” Sharelast_img read more

Sajikan Hidangan Khas Menu di Pesawat, Air New Zealand Buka Restoran Pop Up

first_imgSedangkan 50 persen dari hasil survei menyatakan tidak menyukai makanan yang dihidangkan di pesawat. Tak hanya itu, diungkap dari data lain, hampir setengah dari masyarakat Inggris yang sering menggunakan pesawat, menginginkan bila sajian dibuat dengan bahan segar, dan seperempat lainnya menginginkan banyak pilihan menu.Chef Selandia Baru yang juga seorang pemilik restoran, Peter Gordon mengatakan, saat duduk dipesawat, Anda menginginkan makanan dengan bahan-bahan yang segar dan tekstur yang membangkitan selera serta membuat Anda bersemangat. “Makanan yang disajikan di maskapai Air NZ menggunakan bahan-bahan segar terbaik dan kaya akan rasa,” ujar Gordon. Jo Copestake, Air New Zealand General Manager UK and Europe mengatakan, pihaknya lebih mengutamakan penerbangan jarak jauh, sehingga hadirnya makanan lezat hanya satu bagian dari pengalaman terbang.Baca juga: Tinggalkan Makanan Beku, Kereta di India Tawarkan Menu Siap Saji dari Resto Ternama www.nzherald.co.nz“Temuan survei sangat menarik, tapi saya duga mereka belum bepergian bersama kami. Terbang seharusnya dinikmati, bukan sesuatu yang diderita!,” jelas Copestake yang dikutip dari nzherald.co.nz (26/4/2017).Setelah adanya pop up restoran yang duat oleh Air NZ di Soho, London, para pengunjung yang mencobanya mengatakan bahwa sajian makanan lezat. “Saya tidak percaya ini, makananya lezat dan setara dengan apa yang saya bayarkan di restoran,” ujar salah seorang pengunjung.Beberapa diantara pengunjung mengungkapkan, bahwa tidak pernah berpikir makanan di pesawat sangat enak dan kualitasnya baik. Pada pop up restoran ini, para pengunjung mendapatkan makanan domba dengan kacang polong mint, tumis selada dengan potongan daging assap dan kentang panggang asin dengan jelly mint.“Orang akan berkesempatan mencicip canapes Air NZ yang dibuat dengan bahan tersegar dan terbaik . Mereka juga bisa mencicip beberapa wine terbaik dari kebun anggur Selandia Baru, Villa Maria,” tutup Copestake.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related WordPress.com Apa itu pop up restoran? Pop up restoran merupakan restoran yang punya konsep dinamis sesuai kondisi tertentu dan tidak selalu hadir pada saat yang sama. Belum lama ini, maskapai Air New Zealand membuka restoran pop up pada 25-26 April 2017 di Soho, London dengan tema ‘This Is How We Fly‘.Hadirnya pop restoran dari Air NZ ini untuk menjawab keluhan pelanggan yang menganggap makanan di pesawat terbang lebih buruk dari makanan di kantin sekolah dan rumah sakit. Dilansir dari dailymail.co.uk, Air NZ melakukan survei pada 1000 orang Inggris pada (26/4/2017) dan mendapatkan hasil bahwa seperlimanya menyebutkan sajian yang tak sedap saat menyantap hidangan di dalam penerbangan jarak jauh.Baca juga: Kenali Dua Jenis Bahan Bakar Pesawat Yuk!Chef Peter Gordonlast_img read more