Fishermen face ‘perilous conditions’ to newly designated ports

first_img Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21 By News Highland – January 21, 2021 Facebook AudioHomepage BannerNews Twitter Twitter Previous article102 Covid patients at LUHNext articleEveryone to be offered COVID vaccine by September – Minister News Highland There are claims that fishermen will continue to face perilous conditions and long journeys to newly designated ports in Donegal.Earlier this week, the Marine Minister confirmed that the county would have a total of four ports of UK registered vessels from Monday week.But local priest Fr. John Joe Duffy, who has a strong fishing background, believes that the measures do not go far enough to ensure the safety of those affected.He is warning that further ports must be considered as a matter of urgency and in the interim for fishermen to be granted a transition licence so they can dock at their usual ports:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/frjohnjoe.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. WhatsApp Fishermen face ‘perilous conditions’ to newly designated ports Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population growscenter_img Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest WhatsApp Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic last_img read more

GE’s Jenbacher gas engines installed at largest landfill gas power plant in France

first_imgCoalBoilersGasCombined Cycle Subscribe to Power Engineering magazine The new Electr’od landfill gas-powered cogeneration plant in Plessis-Gassot, France has successfully installed 10 GE Distributed Power’s (NYSE: GE) Jenbacher gas engines.The 17.3-MW facility replaces a smaller, less efficient steam turbine-boiler system and makes Plessis-Gassot the first town in France to have a district heating fuelled by biogas. The facility also produces 30,000 MWh/year of thermal energy.“As the largest landfill gas power plant in France and the first installation of our Type 6 technology for landfills in France, this project demonstrates how our fuel-flexible Jenbacher gas engines can provide more power with increased efficiency,” said Karl Wetzlmayer, general manager—gas engines for GE Power & Water’s Distributed Power.Power produced will be sold to Électricité Réseau Distribution France (ERDF). TAGSEDF Facebook The project also represents the first installation of GE’s Jenbacher Type 6 landfill gas engines in France. Twitter Facebook No posts to display GE’s Jenbacher gas engines installed at largest landfill gas power plant in France Linkedin By chloecox – Twitter Previous article2014: The Year of Utility-Scale SolarNext articleGlobal Power Equipment Group to provide turbine inlet chiller, other works chloecox Linkedin 6.11.2014 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Vietnam: scaling back coal-fired plans toward gas, renewables Venture Global LNG adds Zachry to EPC team for Gulf export terminal construction Mississippi Power cutting stakes in coal-fired, gas-fired stations to reduce excess MW, emissions The new plant utilizes four 2.7-MW J620 gas engines, five containerized 1.1-MW J416s and one containerized 1-MW J320.last_img read more

A diamond day to watch Lancers baseball put on gem of a performance

first_imgTrey Austin, who sported a pretty awesome moustache, pitched five and a third scoreless innings for the Lancers and went three for three at the plate.SM East baseball fans couldn’t have asked for much more: A rare home game on a perfect May Saturday that ended with a 3-1 win over Bishop Ward.[pullquote]Trey Austin on SM East’s recent successClick the arrow to hear Austin’s comments after Saturday’s game.Audio Playerhttps://dfv6pkw99pxmo.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Trey_Austin_Shawnee_Mission_East.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.[/pullquote]The Lancers’ pitching and defense looked in top form as the team beat the Cyclones and now enters the final four games of the regular season, jockeying for a spot among the top three team in the region and a spot in the playoff bracket. Head coach Jerrod Ryherd said his squad is playing well down the stretch, and he was pleased with their showing Saturday.“We pitched really good and played really great defense. Any time you’re able to do that, you’re going to be alright off,” he said. “I feel really confident with this team. They’ve got great team chemistry and they play hard.”Senior Trey Austin had a standout day against Bishop Ward, going three for three at the plate and driving in one of the Lancers’ three runs. Austin also pitched five and a third innings, giving up no runs, striking out four and walking one. Sophomore Joey Wentz had a solid day as well, starting the game on the mound and giving up one run over one and two-thirds innings while striking out two. Wentz went one for three at the plate and drove in a run.Gunnar Troutwine and Mitchell Tyler accounted for the Lancers’ other two hits on the day.SM East is now 12-4 on the season, and will face Olathe Northwest, SM North, St. James Academy and SM South in its final four regular season games. State regionals play begins May 19.It would be pretty tough to imagine a more idyllic way to pass a Saturday afternoon…Joey Wentz was Saturday’s starting pitcher. He also drove in a run for the Lancers.last_img read more

FIFA’s Samoura says Russia sets bar high for Qatar 2022 World Cup

first_imgMOSCOW (Reuters) – FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura said on Wednesday that Russia’s staging of the soccer World Cup had set the bar high for Qatar, the tournament’s next hosts in 2022.“I feel for Qatar, because (Russia) has set the bar very, very high,” Samoura, referring to the next World Cup in four years’ time, said at a meeting with Valentina Matviyenko, speaker of the upper house of Russia’s parliament.Samoura asked Matviyenko to convey to Russian President Vladimir Putin FIFA’s “profound appreciation for everything that he has done to make it possible for the world to watch the beautiful game.”“I’d like to express to Russia the dear, heartfelt thanks of FIFA,” Samoura said.The tournament has left visitors with good memories, Samoura said, adding that she thought the doping level has been at record lows. Russia is hosting the tournament for the first time, in 12 stadiums spread across 11 cities including Moscow, St Petersburg and Sochi.France will take on either Croatia or England in the final at Moscow’s Luzhniki stadium on Sunday.last_img read more

GOVT ENGAGED IN COVERT ATTACK ON DONEGAL SCHOOLS – McCONALOGUE

first_imgFianna Fáil’s Education Spokesperson Charlie McConalogue has said there is a mounting threat to the future of small schools in Co Donegal as the Government continues to sit on a report which could determine their future.Charlie McConalogue TDIn response to questions from Deputy McConalogue in the Dáil, the Minister for Education Ruairí Quinn again refused to commit to a date for publishing the Value for Money review, which he has had since early this year.“Minister Quinn has been sitting on this report for about nine months now, while uncertainty looms over the future of schools with less than 85 pupils. This uncertainty is highly damaging, as parents will understandably be less likely to send their children to a local school whose future is in doubt,” explained Deputy McConalogue. “It’s my suspicion that this is exactly what Minister Quinn wants. He is deliberately creating uncertainty over the future of small schools as part of plan to squeeze them out. He has repeatedly cut resources for smaller schools and raised the pupil teacher ratio. It’s all part of a targeted attack aimed at forcing some small schools to merge or shut down entirely.”The Inishowen Deputy said Donegal will be particularly badly hit by this targeted attack.“We have among the highest number of smaller schools in the country, as well as a greater number of gaelscoileanna and minority faith schools. These schools cater for a vast geographical area and in many cases they provide much more to the local community than traditional teaching. Many of these schools have already lost a teacher and have seen their resources cut. Many now fear they could face closure.“This is a policy by a Dublin based Minister who appears to have no understanding of the enormous value that a local school, however small, adds to a rural community. His attack on small schools makes no consideration of a school’s ethos, its catchment area and the key role it plays in the local community.” He called on Minister Quinn to end this uncertainty, immediately publish the Value for Money review and come clean about his plans in relation to small schools.“Parents and staff of smaller schools throughout Donegal have a right to know where they stand,” said Deputy McConalogue. GOVT ENGAGED IN COVERT ATTACK ON DONEGAL SCHOOLS – McCONALOGUE was last modified: November 27th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Charlie McConalogueschoolslast_img read more

a month agoBarcelona Juvenil A Victor Valdes cops suspension

first_imgAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Barcelona Juvenil A Victor Valdes cops suspensionby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveBarcelona Juvenil A Victor Valdes has been given a two match ban after his referee outburst. The Barca great will not be on the sidelines for the clashes against Atletico Villacarlos and Lleida Esportiu. Valdes was sent off against Girona, for insulting the assistant referee. “F*** yourself,” said Valdes to the assistant and he was dismissed for it.The former Barcelona goalkeeper took over recently and along with Patrick Kluivert, is one of the ex-pros being brought back into the club. last_img read more

KDB Ten Hanjin Ships Up for Grabs

first_imgzoom The state-run Korea Development Bank (KDB), the main creditor of the former South Korean shipping giant Hanjin Shipping, has launched sales proceedings for ten Hanjin ships, Yonhap News Agency cited industry sources.The bank has reportedly asked the potential buyers of the ships, which include two container vessels and eight bulk carriers, to submit their bids by February 21.After the financially troubled shipping firm filed for court receivership in late August 2016, the company returned all ships bought with bank loans to its lenders.The latest vessels sale was announced a week after the Seoul Central District Court unveiled that it will end Hanjin Shipping’s rehabilitation process on February 17.In an effort to collect enough cash to pay back its creditors, the company opted to sell a number of its assets, including its entire Asia to US route network and operations on the routes, a number of containerships, as well as its overseas businesses.In early February, Hanjin’s 54 percent stake in Total Terminals International (TTI), the operator of two facilities in Long Beach and Seattle, was sold to Swiss-based Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) and South Korean Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) for a USD 78 million.Undertaken by MSC’s subsidiary Terminal Investment Limited (TIL) and HMM, the purchase includes all of Hanjin’s equity and shareholder loans in both TTI and the associated terminal equipment leasing company Hanjin TEC Inc.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more