Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Tuesday’s sports events:INTERLEAGUEWashington 9, Baltimore 7Atlanta 11, Toronto 4Cincinnati 9, Detroit 5L.A. Angels 5, Arizona 4Oakland 4, San Diego 2, 10 InningsAMERICAN LEAGUEN.Y. Yankees 7, Seattle 2Cleveland 6, Chicago White Sox 3Minnesota 6, Boston 2Tampa Bay 2, Houston 1Texas 4, Kansas City 1NATIONAL LEAGUEL.A. Dodgers 4, Chicago Cubs 3Milwaukee 3, Pittsburgh 2St. Louis 7, Philadelphia 6Chicago Cubs 2, L.A. Dodgers 1, 10 InningsColorado 10, N.Y. Mets 8San Francisco 6, Miami 3WOMEN’S NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONN.Y. Liberty 79, Atlanta 72Washington 88, Chicago 60Minnesota 91, Dallas 83Las Vegas 89, Seattle 77L.A. Sparks 74, Indiana 55Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. June 20, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 6/19/18 Written by
The North Sea project is expected to produce an additional nearly 100,000 barrels per day Daily production from the Johan Sverdrup field expected to increase by nearly 100,000 barrels by mid-2021. (Credit: Equinor ASA) Equinor has announced that the Johan Sverdrup project in the Norwegian North Sea is expected to see a third capacity increase.Upon the expected increase, the project will be able to produce up to 535,000 barrels of oil per day by the middle of this year.According to the Norwegian oil and gas firm, the project will be producing nearly 100,000 barrels per day more than that was estimated during the project’s start-up in October 2019.The third capacity increase will be subject to water-injection, which is planned to be taken up by the project partners for this year.Equinor alongside its partners is said to have tested the plant capacity in November 2020 to verify a potential rise in production from the Johan Sverdrup field.As part of this, rates up to 535,000 barrels of oil were tested per day, said the company.Equinor Johan Sverdrup operations vice president Rune Nedregaard said: “This increase is possible because the field production has been very good and stable from day one, and the wells have produced even better than expected.”Last year, at the time of its inauguration, Equinor said that the project had been ramped up to produce more than 300,000 barrels per day. In November 2020, the company reported the field to be producing around 470,000 barrels per day.Estimated to hold recoverable reserves of 2.7 billion barrels of oil equivalent in place, the Johan Sverdrup field has been developed in two phases. Production from the second phase is expected to begin from the fourth quarter of next year.The Johan Sverdrup field has a power-from-shore solution in place that is expected to meet the project’s electricity demands for more than 50 years.Equinor is the operator of the field with 42.6% stake. Its partners include Lundin Energy Norway (20%), Petoro (17.36%), Aker BP (11.57%), and Total (8.44%).
Back to overview,Home naval-today BLACKSEAFOR Holds Final Planning Conference in Russia View post tag: Final View post tag: Naval March 20, 2012 View post tag: holds Authorities View post tag: planning View post tag: Blackseafor View post tag: Russia Naval representatives of Black Sea countries finished planning of BLACKSEAFOR naval task group activation to be held in April. The final planning conference was held in Divnomorskoye (Krasnodar region, Russia).Heading the international naval task force, Russia is represented by Capt 1 rank Yury Zemsky, Deputy Chief of Black Sea Fleet HQ.During the conference, the parties agreed upon terms of the joint exercise to be conducted in the Black Sea in Apr 5-24, planned calls at the ports of Constanta, Sevastopol, and Istanbul, and approved the operational plan of the coming activation.Russia’s Black Sea Fleet will be represented by large landing ship Caesar Kunikov.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, March 20, 2012; Image: blackseafor View post tag: conference Share this article BLACKSEAFOR Holds Final Planning Conference in Russia View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic
IS IT TRUE its a known fact that elected officials in the City of Evansville and Vanderburgh County understand the “Sunshine Laws” of Indiana?…keeping public information from a member of the public is illegal? FOOTNOTE: City-County Observer Comment Policy. Be kind to people. No personal attacks or harassment will not be tolerated and shall be removed from our site. We understand that sometimes people don’t always agree and discussions may become a little heated. The use of offensive language, insults against commenters will not be tolerated and will be removed from our site.Any reader’s comments posted in this column do not represent the views or opinions of the City-County Observer or our advertisers IS IT TRUE we been told that many employees of the EVSC are finally getting tired of the practices of political patronage, nepotism and pork-barrel politics within the school system?IS IT TRUE that our current “CCO MOLE” membership is now a 152 strong? …our “Working Outside The Box” speakers series have picked up 19 new “CCO MOLES”? … that seven (7) “CCO MOLES” passed away during the last several years and we really miss them?IS IT TRUE when the people fear the Government we have Tyranny! When the Government fears the people we have Liberty?IS IT TRUE our “READERS POLLS” are non-scientific but trendy? FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Today’s “Readers Poll” question is: Which Governor has been the most effective in preparing us for the COVID-19 so far?Please take time and read our articles entitled “STATEHOUSE FILES, LAW ENFORCEMENT, “READERS POLL”, BIRTHDAYS, HOT JOBS”, EDUCATION, OBITUARIES and “LOCAL SPORTS”.You now are able to subscribe to get the CCO daily or If you would like to advertise on the CCO please contact us at City-County [email protected] We hope that today’s “IS IT TRUE” will provoke honest and open dialogue concerning issues that we, as responsible citizens of this community, need to address in a rational and responsible way?IS IT TRUE during the last several weeks our server crashed four times and it took many hours to correct the problem? …that increase readership sometimes causes a down-home on-line community newspaper problems?IS IT TRUE for the last six months we have been approached by several individuals to do a printed edition of a Sunday paper? …when the City-County Observer first started publishing many years ago we produced a printed edition once a week for a couple of years and always made an honorable profit? …later on, we decided to publish daily online because it made better economic sense? …we were ready to announce that the City-County Observer will publish an in-print Sunday newspaper? …once the COVID-19 virus hit it put our decision in limbo?IS IT TRUE last year the shareholders of Gannett and Gateway approved a merger between the two companies? …this merger created the largest ownership of newspapers in the United States? … a short term debt instrument of $1.8 billion at an interest rate of 11.5% sealed this deal? …since that time another deal was struck and the above newspapers group was sold to another publishing conglomerate? …the COVID-19 pandemic has caused financial chaos throughout America and analysts are now worried if this new newspaper conglomerate will survive? …when one invests in a multi-million capital project they should obtain low-interest long term financing for their project? …we hope that they will? …having a printed newspaper is a sense of community pride?IS IT TRUE according to the Indiana Gov. website Vanderburgh County have given 233 COVID-19 and 53 have tested positive? …that Warrick County has given 66 and 33 have tested positive? …that Posey County has given 13 tests and 8 tested positive for the COVID-19 virus? …that 35,0490 COVID-19 tests were given Statewide and 6,907 tested positive for the COVID virus? …so far 300 people have died from this deadly virus Statewide?IS IT TRUE we give five (5) cheers to the news professionals at Channel 14 TV? …yesterday they produced an extremely accurate and informative program entitled “A COMMUNITY CONVERSATION” about the COVID-19 virus?IS IT TRUE that the Coranvius doesn’t discriminate against natural origin, race, color, creed, educational background, gender, blue or white-collar workers, religion, political affiliation, age, sexual preference, rich or poor, type of neighborhood you live in, or mental or physical challenges?IS IT TRUE that Vanderburgh County Commissioner Benjamin Shoulders continues to volunteer his time and money by providing a “Taco” food truck to serve food to First Responders, Highway Department employees, 2nd and 4th political ward residents? …this is the type of servant leadership we enjoy writing about?IS IT TRUE last year we reported that it will cost $100 per person for the next 15 to 20 years to build a much-needed addition to the Vanderburgh County jail?… to achieve this goal the citizens of Vanderburgh County must be willing to allow the County officials to take this amount from their payroll taxes for the next 15 to 20 years? …because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it looks like this project is currently dead in the water?IS IT TRUE that the newly elected Democratic Governor of Kentucky promised during his campaign if elected he would support changes the Kentucky gaming laws so it allows race track to offer poker, roulette and cards, and slots? …we are told that he intends to keep his political promise? …we respectfully suggest that the Indiana State officials better start amending Indiana State laws so it will allow Indiana Casinos Sportsbook to offer horse racing simulcast betting? …if they don’t the Kentucky gaming establishments are going to eat the Indiana Casinos lunch?IS IT TRUE we are told by extremely reliable sources that former Evansville Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel bid to unseat the embattled Indiana Republican Attorney General, Curtis Hill is getting political traction? …we predict Mr. Weinzapfel will handily win the Democratic primary?…we also predict that the General election race between AD Hill and former Evansville Weinzapef shall turn into a real political dog fight?IS IT TRUE during a recent City Council meeting there seems to be a sense of urgency regarding an extraordinary financial arrangement to fund area not-for-profits? …it’s obvious that members of the Evansville City Council should have taken some extra time to perform their due diligence concerning this request?
Cape May County officials announce 14 of the 20 deaths were of elderly in facilities. The Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders voted on Tuesday that all hotels, motels, guest houses and other transient, seasonal and short-term rental businesses are prohibited from lodging any new transient guest or seasonal tenant effective immediately.The board decided that it would continue to monitor the situation to reopen these businesses as soon as it is safe to do so.The term “transient guest or seasonal tenant” as described by Gov. Phil Murphy’s executive order does not include: “individuals housed as a part of state-directed non-congregate shelter initiative, individuals taking temporary residence supported by federal, state, or local emergency and/or other housing assistance, or healthcare workers taking temporary residence.”The resolution also does not require the eviction of any transient guest or seasonal tenant presently lodged in such a location prior to the resolution being passed.The goal is to create one uniform policy for the entire county so there isn’t confusion among visitors regarding which towns are open and which ones are closed in the immediacy of the current health emergency in New Jersey.The county wants to make it clear that the resolution does not stop businesses from taking reservations or preparing the property for reopening, but speaks to the fluid nature of the situation, where no definite date is known.“This is a necessary step and we are glad the governor recognized our position, which I was the first to voice weeks ago,” Freeholder Director Gerald M. Thornton said in a press release. “We don’t need visitors at this time. We must do everything we can to flatten the curve. The more we discourage people from traveling at this time it will help eliminate the spread of COVID-19. When we can ensure it is safe, I will be the first one to welcome tourists will open arms.”Thornton and Cape May County Administrator Elizabeth Bozzelli have been in daily contact with Gov. Murphy’s office for the past month.Those discussions have allowed them to express the concerns of the elected officials and the community.Freeholder Jeffrey Pierson, who is the liaison to the Cape May County Health Department, has been in daily contact with Thornton and Bozzelli as well, along with Health Department Officer Kevin Thomas and Cape May County Office of Emergency Management Director Marty Pagliughi.“This is not a decision we want to make but one we have to make,” Pierson said. “We are doing everything we can do to limit sickness and loss of life now and hopefully preserve some of the summer economic activity going forward. But the time to act is now.”
A duo of drugs, each targeting a prime survival strategy of tumors, can be safely administered and is potentially more effective than either drug alone for advanced, inoperable melanomas, according to a phase 1 clinical trial led by Harvard investigators at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.The findings were presented in an oral session at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology on June 4.The drugs — ipilimumab and bevacizumab — are both monoclonal antibodies, intensified formulations of natural disease-fighting proteins. Ipilimumab spurs the immune system to attack diseased cells, including tumor cells. Bevacizumab, also known by the trade name Avastin, blocks the growth of blood vessels that provide tumors with nourishment. Ipilimumab has extended the lives of metastatic melanoma patients in previous clinical trials, and bevacizumab is often used to treat tumors of the colon, lung, and kidney.The trial involved 22 patients with metatastic melanoma that was not treatable by surgery.F. Stephen Hodi, the study’s lead author and director of the melanoma treatment center at Dana-Farber, said the trial is the first to explore whether the two agents enhance each other’s effectiveness. Most of the participants didn’t experience serious adverse side effects, although some did experience inflammation of artery walls, the liver, thyroid gland, colon, or uvea (the middle layer of the eye). Five patients required steroid treatment for these problems and were removed from the trial.Positron emission tomography (PET) scans showed a prompt immune system response to many of the melanoma tumors, and computed tomography (CT) scans showed decreased blood flow to the tumors. Eight of the participants had partial responses — showing some tumor shrinkage — to the dual treatment, and six had stable disease. All the responses lasted at least six months. Biopsies performed after the treatment showed a more vigorous immune system response than would be expected with ipilimumab alone.“Our findings indicate that ipilimumab and bevacizumab can be safely administered with careful management of side effects,” said Hodi, who is also an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. “The results of lab tests suggest that the two agents may work synergistically, with 14 of 21 evaluable patients experiencing a clinical benefit. This approach merits exploration in further clinical trials.”Funding for the trial was provided by grants from the Melanoma Research Alliance and National Institutes of Health.The other co-authors of the study are Philip Friedlander, Annick Van den Abbeele, Nageatte Ibrahim, Xinqi Wu, Jun Zhou, Anita Giobbie-Hurder, Travis Hollmann, Sara Russell, Pamela Dipiro, and Jeffrey Yap of Dana-Farber; George Murphy and David McDermott of Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Michael Atkins of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; and Donald Lawrence of Massachusetts General Hospital, all Harvard-affiliated.
50,000: The approximate number of chairs rented8,000: The number of sheets used to outfit the 3,800 beds made for alumni guests staying in the Houses over Commencement weekend. (Eight thousand towels will also be distributed for these guests.)6,000: The number of linear feet in fencing installed all over campus for this event alone4,000: The number of tables rented32,000: The number of people expected at Morning Exercises300: The approximate number of people — from vendors to laborers — who helped coordinate this year’s event200: The number of tents erected throughout campus88: Temperature forecasted15: Minutes the bells of Cambridge will ring at the completion of Morning Exercises1: The number of years it will take Commencement Director Grace Scheibner to plan Commencement 20140: The number of times rain has forced Morning Exercises inside. (But once, in June 2001, heavy rain forced Afternoon Exercises into Sanders Theatre.)
The NCUA’s new Culture, Diversity, and Inclusion Council – which was announced at the agency’s first Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Summit in November – officially launched last week. The council’s first task is to conduct an agency-wide survey to examine its current organizational culture and identify improvement areas.“For the NCUA to effectively carry out its mission, every staff member should be respected, and diversity and inclusion should be truly fostered,” said NCUA Chairman Rodney Hood during the council’s kick-off event Friday. “All of NCUA’s employees should come to work knowing that all of us, directly or indirectly, can improve the lives of hard-working credit union members in ways both big and small. I know this is a mission that makes me excited to come to work every day because we are responsible for protecting the safety and soundness of America’s credit union system.”Also in his remarks, Hood outlined his expectations for the council and the agency as a whole as they work to ensure a welcoming environment and inclusive culture.Credit unions continue to lead the charge as the NCUA and lawmakers work toward greater diversity in the financial services industry and NAFCU consistently works to ensure credit union can meet the needs of all members in their communities, supporting the NCUA’s efforts to modernize field of membership rules. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NCUA headquarters
Forgot Password ? Linkedin A new generation of industry players have emerged at the forefront of a changing business landscape, bracing themselves for further disruptions that could either make or break their enterprises in the 2020s and beyond.This is especially true for inheritors of family-run companies, with many aspiring to ride the wave of digital transformation in order to maintain their firms’ relevance, as well as climb up to the executive-level positions in the next five years, according to a recent report commissioned by multinational professional service network PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).According to the PwC 2019 Global NextGen Survey, which was conducted in 69 territories across five continents and in 11 industries, a majority of its so-called next-generation respondents are already actively engaged in their family enterprises – 48 percent of whom said they had already run signi… Google Topics : LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Log in with your social account Facebook tycoon heirs PwC deloitte heirs-to-tycoons business family-business
The kitchen area at 96 Nelson Street, Corinda. What a place to relax at 96 Nelson Street, Corinda.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Mr Evenden said the new owner loved the home’s size and quality.“Being a large colonial home on a large block it attracted a lot of family buyers,” he said.The five-bedroom, four-bathroom property provided plenty of room for the residents to spread out.“It’s a beautifully presented home, a big block of land at 910sq m, and with a beautiful pool out the back,” he said. 96 Nelson Street, Corinda Brisbane Qld 4075Family buyers are seeking substantial, high-end homes in the enclaves of Corinda, says Ray White Sherwood selling agent, Jackson Evenden.Mr Evenden and co-agent Cameron Crouch secured $1.85 million for 96 Nelson St, Corinda, at its October 7 auction. The home at 96 Nelson Street, Corinda. The bathroom at 96 Nelson Street, Corinda.Mr Evenden said local inquiry had been strong.“The majority of people coming through were locals looking to upsize but stay in the area. There’s not a lot of turnover in this pocket so anything that comes on we do expect a lot of inquiry,” he said.“There’s been a lot of growth in the last 12 months with the average house price going up fairly dramatically,” Mr Evenden said.“Every open home we have we’re seeing a lot of people come through,” he said.