Image courtesy of WisonExmar’s barge-based floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) on Wednesday left the Wison Offshore Marine shipyard in China and set course towards Singapore.In Singapore, the unit will undergo site specific modifications before departing to its project destination to commence its long-term employment mid-2018 in line with its time charter commitments, Belgian company Exmar said in a statement.To remind, Wison delivered the FSRU to the Nicolas Savery-led shipowner in December.Exmar says the unit it is the world’s first barge-based FSRU and is the first of the new generation of floating regasification assets, barge-based, and aimed at catering for the needs of medium-sized LNG import projects.The FSRU features an LNG storage capacity of 25,000 cubic meters and a re-gasification capacity of 600 mmscfd.Exmar added in its latest statement that more information on the FSRU charterer and the location will be released at a later stage.
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I have played him in Asian Championships before where I had defeated him 3-2. This time, my strategy was to score more and I was more aggressive right from the beginning, said India No 1 male boxer. “He further added, “my next opponent is from Turkey and he is a tall boxer. We will watch his videos and plan accordingly for the next bout.” WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV With this victory, Indian boxers continued their unbeaten run at the AIBA Men’s World Boxing Championships (WBC) this year. In the past four days, players from India, Duryodhan Singh Negi (69kg), Manish Kaushik (63kg) and Brijesh Yadav (81kg) have all made a winning start to their respective campaigns. Negi had to work hard to achieve a 4-1 victory over Armenia’s Koryun Astoyan, whereas Kaushik notched up a convincing 5-0 win over Kyrgyzstan’s Argen Ullu Kadyrbek while Brijesh dominated Poland’s Maleusz Goinski 5-0.READ | World Boxing Championship: Brijesh Yadav beats Polish opponent89 Countries are contesting the tournamentOn Sunday, Asian Championships silver medallist Kavinder Singh Bisht (57kg) and Makran Cup silver medallist Sanjeet (91kg) will be competing in a challenge after receiving byes in the opening round.Panghal, Bisht and Ashish Kumar (75kg) have been seeded this time as a total of four Indian boxers got first-round byes at this elite championship where 488 athletes from 89 countries will be aiming for the medal.READ | Negi continues India’s winning streak at the World Boxing Championship 1 year ago ‘Proud moment for Indian sports’: PM Narendra Modi leads wishes for record-breaking Mary Kom FOLLOW US Asian Games gold medallist Amit Panghal (52kg) put up a dazzling display to sail into the pre-quarter-finals at the AIBA Men’s World Boxing Championships (WBC) in Ekaterinburg, Russia today.READ | WATCH: Varun Dhawan brushes up his boxing skills for ‘Street Dancer 3D’; Sooraj Pancholi, Jackky Bhagnani and others cheer for the actorSecond-seeded Panghal was immaculate in his first bout of the tournament and demolished China’s Taipei’s Tu Po-Wei. Panghal scored 5-0. He was later set up on a showdown with Turkey’s Batuhan Citfci.In a highly defensive first round, Panghal took time settling in but soon scored back with landing punches on his opponent. Both Amit Panghal and his competitor remained guarded in the first round and switched to a more pro-active and aggressive mode in the next round.READ | Here’s what Kiren Rijiju said to avoid boxing with Mary KomAmit Panghal seals the victory dealAmit Panghal evaded his opponent well before delivering his combination blows to rob the Taipei pugilist of his confidence. The Asian Championships gold medallist did not relent in the final round and ensured his opponent did not find a way back into the bout in a spectacular performance that sealed the victory deal for him. Last Updated: 14th September, 2019 22:36 IST Amit Panghal Sails Into Pre-quarters At World Boxing Championships Asian Games gold medallist Amit Panghal (52kg) put up a dazzling display to sail into the pre-quarter-finals at the AIBA Men’s World Boxing Championships (WBC) 11 months ago Negi continues India’s winning streak at the World Boxing Championship COMMENT 11 months ago Manish Kaushik in AIBA Men’s WC 2nd round with thumping win in Russia 1 year ago After World Boxing Championship triumph, Mary Kom aims for gold at Olympics SUBSCRIBE TO US
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — You’ve probably gotten familiar with Alpena Public Schools’ Superintendent John VanWagoner on our newscast and throughout the community.Now Dr. VanWagoner has a new opportunity on the horizon, after being offered a role by another district in Michigan.“I was recruited by a search consultant with the Traverse City Area Public Schools Board of Education that hired.VanWagoner has spearheaded a number of changes within the district, from advocating to keep students safe, warm and dry with this year’s bond proposal, to raising funds for athletics programs, and expanding Alpena High School’s CTE program. He says with the support of other APS educators, he takes pride in the work that’s been done to prioritize the students’ learning and well–being.“I’ve worked with a lot of people that do great work together. We’ve been able to do a lot of great things with bringing a lot of STEM-related programs into the district, bolstering robotics-what we’ve done in career and tech ed to be able to expand and re–do those facilities.”As he considers the new position in Traverse City, VanWager says he’s putting thought into what he’ll need to do to make things run smoothly if a new person does have to take over his position.“I want to make sure that as i’m transitioning, that I leave this district in a position to be very successful and that the kids have every opportunity to be successful into the future.”Dr. Vanwagoner says he’s thoroughly enjoyed his time in Alpena and has not yet made a commitment. He says he will inform community members once he makes his final decision. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Alpena Public Schools, APS, Dr. John VanWagoner, superintendent, Traverse CityContinue ReadingPrevious COVID-19 update for Thursday, May 21Next Governor Whitmer extends Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Order to June 12