first_imgSentinel Marine, a Scottish provider of offshore support vessels, has taken delivery of a new emergency response and rescue vessel.The 65 meters long, 16.6 meters in wide ERRV vessel has been delivered by China’s Cosco Guandong Shipyard.The Mariner Sentinel has been custom built for Statoil, which will deploy it to support its operations at the Mariner development in the UK sector of the North Sea.It will provide emergency cover, oil spill response preparedness and tanker assist capabilities for the Mariner field.The 5-year ERRV contract Sentinel Marine has with Statoil started in July 2016. Waiting for the Mariner Sentinel delivery, from the summer of 2016 and until the new vessel is ready for operation, Sentinel Marine has provided another ERRV for emergency cover on Mariner.The Mariner field, located approximately 150 kilometers east of the Shetland Isles, is currently under development, with production start-up planned for 2018.Offshore Energy Today Stafflast_img read more

first_img Share Sharing is caring! Tweet 468 Views   no discussions LifestyleLocalNewsPolitics At Least 300 Families to Get Homes by: – May 5, 2020center_img Share In the coming months, more than 100 families will get new homes from the Dominica government. This figure does not include housing projects which are in preparation stages- those are projected to bring improved shelter to at least 300 families combined.The Hon Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit shared the news of several housing projects nearing completion and scores of keys waiting to be handed over.“Within the next couple of weeks, some 66 individuals in the San Sauveur/Good Hope area will receive keys to their apartments,” Hon Skerrit revealed adding that these families “will be taken out of their vulnerable state into climate resilient residences…to usher in the hurricane season.”In Jimmit, he said between June and July, “We will be handing over some 30 keys. I am hoping to visit a site in Massacre where I will be authorising the construction of 60-70 residences for the people of Massacre, Mahaut and Canefield.”Another tranche of homes, more than 100, at varying stages of readiness, are scattered across the island.“In Stockfarm, we have 33 residences there and by June we will be handing over keys to these people,” he said.A second apartment building in Grand Fond will see others of the area receive their keys in the next few days.‘We will be starting off some 70 residences in Wesley hopefully towards the end of May to early June,” the Hon Prime Minister added.In Roseau, near the Dominica Grammar School, Hon Skerrit says the site is being prepared for work on at least 60 homes for the capital. A shipment of construction material is due any day.Hon Skerrit says another construction site is being finalised for more houses. Sharelast_img read more

first_imgNewly-promoted Ghana Premier League side Dreams FC have unveiled three new signings ahead of the 2015-16 league season.The trio namely Mozart Adjetey, David Korbah and Alhassan Kalusha were unveiled at the club’s secretariat on Thursday after sealing their contracts with the Kweiman side.Goalkeeper Adjetey joins Dreams from relegated Heart of Lions where he is expected to bring his Premier League experience to the fore for the club.Mozart will also be expected to provide the needed competition to current number one Owusu Banahene.Korbah, a centre-back , on the other hand will be looking to kick start his career after a relatively torrid spell with Kumasi Asante Kotoko.He was plagued by injuries for the majority of his time with Kotoko and was eventually transfer shortlisted at the end of the current season. Kalusha is an enterprising midfielder signed from Division One League side Tamale Utrecht.The young midfielder had a stint in Namibia prior to joining the Tamale side.The trio will be expected to strengthen the newly promoted side ahead of their first ever season in the First Capital Plus Premier League.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more