MacArtney has won a contract to deliver electrical cable winches which will pull array cables and export cables from the seabed onto the substation decks of DONG Energy’s 1.2GW Hornsea Project One wind farm off the Yorkshire coast.Hornsea Project One is equipped with three offshore substations. The scope of supply covers three MacArtney 160 kN electrical cable pulling winches including three comprehensive spare parts packages for each of the three winches.The power cables are to be pulled through a total of 15 J-tubes onto each substation for connection. The actual winch is rotatable for direct 360 degrees operation and the pull is generated through 250 m Ø32 Dyneema rope.MacArtney will also provide additional equipment consisting of a DNV approved password-secured ‘capacity reduction mode’ which enables cable installers to use smaller sheave blocks to install the inter array cables. In addition, the supply includes an integrated data logger with an extra large 15.4 inch HMI, and 360 degrees rotation for optimised operation, which reduces the costs of reversible units and sheave blocks. Additionally, Dyneema ropes have been chosen for reasons of simplified operation, the company said.The scope is designed and manufactured according to DNV/GL 2.22 certification, to CE marking, and to LOLER.”We are happy to be part of this project. We believe in setting the bar high and the project reflects both good team work and long-standing competences when it comes to project management, designing, engineering, and constructing appliances required by the offshore wind sector,” said Søren Hartvigsen, Technical Director of MacArtney Manufacturing.
Of the 300 doctors who took part, 37 per cent supported legalising AD in New Zealand. Among the 470 nurses, 67 per cent were in favour. However, if it were to become legalised in this country, training programmes and protocol should be established well in advance.https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/third-nz-doctors-support-assisted-dying-studyKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox. These included having enough health workers trained and willing in the practice, clear protections within legislation for professionals, and guidelines and standards for practice. Those respondents also overwhelmingly saw the provision of most of that support as the responsibility of the medical and nursing professional bodies. The study, published in the NZ Medical Journal, highlighted barriers to legal AD. The study involved an online survey in which there were 770 replies. The authors noted that many doctors still opposed AD, suggesting it remained far off in New Zealand. Third of NZ doctors support assisted dying – studyTVNZ One News 2 June 2017Family First Comment: Sheesh – pretty desperate for supporters of assisted suicide to promote this study!“The study involved an online survey in which there were 770 replies. Of the 300 doctors who took part, 37 per cent supported legalising AD in New Zealand. Among the 470 nurses, 67 per cent were in favour.”Hardly a voice of the medical profession!Over a third of New Zealand doctors and two-thirds of nurses support legalising assisted dying, according to an Auckland University study.Of those who would be willing in principle to provide assisted dying (AD) services, most said there should be ethical and practical support available to doctors and nurses making those decisions.That would ensure procedures were carried out correctly.
Baggies defender Craig Dawson was on the scoreboard for both sides at White Heart Lane where Spurs were held to a 1-all draw.Tottenham dominated the opening half and Dawson conceded an unfortunate own-goal in the 33rd minute.But West Brom battled back after the break and Dawson made amends for his blunder with a towering 73rd minute to snatch a point that leaves Tottenham seven points behind Leicester with just three games remaining. Spurs striker Harry Kane says that they paid the price for not converting the chances that came their way…Later tonight, Manchester City will host Real Madrid in the first-leg of their Champions League semi-final.City are likely to be without injured midfielder Yaya Toure as they prepare to host the Spanish giants.Kick-off at the Etihad is at 7:45.
Derrick Kwakye known in media cycles as ‘Asoka’ was crowned the Champion of Champions in the Eastern Regional edition of the Eagle Extra Stout Armwrestling Challenge over the weekend.The most popular Jackson Park in Koforidua was brought to a standstill as thousands trooped to the venue to be part of the event held under the auspices of the Ghana Armwrestling Federation (GAF).The night brought together all those who matter the Koforidua and its environs including the MCE Hon. Isaac and Michael Okyere Baafi of Ghana Free Zones Authority. Top media personnel and comedian Baba Spirit were also there to add colour to the event sponsored by the Accra Brewery Limited (ABL) through their Eagle Extra Stout brand.In the female division, young Yasmin Kadri defeated Victoria Zatey to be crowned the female champion while Zatey received a silver medal with Rose Avanyo winning bronze at the end of the day.In the men’s under 60kg, Elliot Lamptey won gold after pinning Listowell Lamptey who won silver while Isaac Nii Amugi defeated Richard Tanye in the 70kg.Edward Asamoah of Ghana Immigration Service proved his worth as captain of the team when he won gold in the men’s 90kg followed by Francis Adamavi who won silver and Issa Kunya who won bronze. The highlight for the night was the +100kg where Derrick Kwakye defeated Mark Antwi aka “Punisher” while SWAG Armwrestler for the year, Haruna Tahiru won bronze in the category.President of the Ghana Armwrestling Federation, Charles Osei Asibey thanked the people of Koforidua for responding massively to their call and urged them to continue playing the sport, the reason for the challenge.He said the technical department of the federation will assess the performances of the participants and add deserving ones to the national armwrestling team as they prepare to defend their continental title in Mali.On his part, John Baptiste Akado, Brand Manager for Eagle Extra Stout was elated at the level of organisation and turnout even after the heavy downpour and reiterated on a continued support brand Association with the Armwrestling Federation.Kumasi will host the next Eagle Extra Stout Armwrestling Challenge in June. —