Geophysical data collection will consist of single beam echo sounder (SBES); multi beam echo sounder (MBES); side scan sonar (SSS); and sub-bottom profiling (SBP). In an update earlier this week, Carnarvon said that pre-FEED contracts were recently awarded to three contractors. The site survey is required to support pre-engineering studies for any future development and aims to aid in the understanding of the local geology and identify any potential subsea hazards. The timing of the Survey is dependent upon vessel availability, weather conditions and the receipt of the required statutory approvals. The geotechnical survey is required to collect detailed information on the properties of the seabed and the underlying shallow sediments to build a picture of the local geology of the area and support geophysical data collected. The Phase 2 may follow Phase 1 or start as part of a subsequent mobilisation during 2020/2021 and is estimated to take 45 days to complete. Both phases will be completed by December 2021. The preferred development concept is an initial phase of oil and condensate development followed by a future phase of gas export. Shallow water depth allows for simple wellhead platform (WHP) and FPSO development. The geophysical survey will consist of; in-situ penetration testing; borehole sampling via piston coring, vibrocoring or rock coring (substrate pending); and box coring. Dorado field illustration; Source: Santos Dorado FPSO supply competition The geophysical component of the survey is required to obtain detailed bathymetry measurements and detect hazards on or below the seabed. The Phase 1 of the survey is planned to start as early as Q2 2020 and is estimated to take 15 days to complete. The Dorado development is, like the proposed survey, located in WA-437-P where Santos is the operator with an 80 per cent interest and Carnarvon Petroleum is its partner with the remaining 20 per cent. Santos WA Northwest has received approval from Australia’s NOPSEMA for a geotechnical and geophysical survey within Permit WA-437-P, located around 145 km from the town of Port Hedland. Under the terms of the contracts, the parties will work independently to advance their FPSO designs and mature their vessel construction plans and supply terms.
Share Sharing is caring! Share 226 Views 3 comments Tweet Share LocalNews Five For Miss Isidore Pageant in San Sauveur by: – May 16, 2012 Shermaine Eustache, one of the 5 contestants of Miss Isidore 2012. See photo gallery with other contestants below.Five contestants from the villages of San Sauveur and Petite Soufriere will participate in the Miss Isidore Pageant set for Sunday May 27th at the San Sauveur School grounds.The contestants are Ayesha Nichols of San Sauveur and Kerlincia Bernard, Shermaine Eustache, Denise Durand and Lina Nichols of Petite Soufriere.The contestants will appear in talent, casual wear, evening wear and interview segments. The interview segment will be based on the history of St. Isidore, the patron saint of farmers.The show begins at 4 p.m.Andra Stoute of Good Hope is the reigning Miss Isidore.Fete Isidore is observed by the villages of Good Hope, San Sauveur and Petite Soufriere. A panel discussion on the topic-‘Reviving the Agriculture Sector-Challenges and Opportunities,’ will take place on Wednesday May 23rd.A games night and Lapeau Kabwit competition will be held on Friday May 25th and Fish night and the Kubuli 360 Big Truck Jam are planned for Saturday 26th.On Sunday May 27th the Miss Isidore pageant will lead into a dance with popular DJ Miguel Labadie.On Pentecost Monday, May 28th, a parade featuring local bands and groups will proceed to High Mass which will be broadcast live via radio. One elder who has given long and faithful service to the communities and to the celebration of the Feast of St. Isidore will be honoured.Fete Isidore will climax with music from the Bouyon Pioneers WCK.[nggallery id =182]Press Release
The South Ripley Varsity Volleyball team beat Oldenburg Academy tonight in three sets, 25-21, 25-17, 25-16.SR Stats: Mercedes Bowling: 5/8 attacks 2 kills, 3 blocks (1 solo 2 assisted), 2 digs, 19/20 serving 2 aces 15 points; Kiley Sparks: 12/14 attacks 7 kills, 5 blocks (2 solo 3 assisted), 5 digs, 16/17 serving 2 aces 12 points, 4/4 serve receive; Morgan Peetz: 3/3 attacks 1 kill, 1 assisted block, 6/6 serve receive; Tori Tucker: 11/11 attacks 4 kills, 3 blocks (1 solo, 2 assisted), 8/9 serving 1 ace 3 points, 6/7 serve receive; Laken Farrell: 9/10 attacks 5 kills, 9/9 serving 5 points, 7/8 serve receive; Mariah Gentile (libero): 4 digs, 10/13 serve receive; Elizabeth Bodenberg: 19/19 sets 6 assists, 7/7 serving 1 ace; Kayla King: 23/24 sets 12 assists, 12/12 serving 6 points; and Julia Rea: 3/4 attacks 1 kill, 4/5 serve receive.“With so much excitement from the Ripley County Tourney over the weekend, I was worried about how we would play tonight.” “Some of the girls aren’t feeling well, I just wanted to get through tonight with a win, and let the girls get some rest and try to get to feeling better before we play Batesville again on Thursday”. “We played well enough to win, but it was very slow.” “I was proud of the girls for pushing through tonight in three sets.” Lady Raiders Coach Robyn Greiwe.
Indianapolis, In. — Indiana Farm Bureau AgELECT, the organization’s nonpartisan political action committee, has endorsed State. Rep. Randy Frye, R-Greensburg, for re-election to represent House Dist. 67. The district includes all or part of Dearborn, Decatur, Jefferson, Jennings, Ripley, Ohio and Switzerland counties in Southeast Indiana.“It is an honor to receive the support of Indiana Farm Bureau AgELECT,” Frye said. “Having been raised on a family farm, and through working with the ag community as a legislator, I have a deep appreciation for the role of agriculture as a huge part of the state’s economy.”Among the many agriculture-related initiatives Frye has supported include legislation he authored which provides protection to farmers from liability related to agritourism activities.AgELECT endorsements are made through a multi-step process, beginning with recommendations from Indiana Farm Bureau members who live in the district. AgELECT’s endorsements are recognition of candidates’ support of policies that will foster a positive environment for agriculture and rural communities across the state.Frye has represented House Dist. 67 since 2010 and resides on a small farm in rural Decatur County.
North Decatur JV won in 3 Sets 25-14, 21-25, 15-7.Anna Burkhart tallied 14 digs. Brittany Krieger contributed 6 kills and 18 digs. Jenna Geis added 3 kills while Grace and Abby Hartman contributed 3 kills each.North Decatur Varsity won in 3 Sets 25-15, 25-20, 25-13.Kara Muckerheide totaled 21 Assists. Erika Kramer added 4 solo blocks and 8 kills. Erica Gauck contributed 9 kills and 9 digs. Olivia Bohman rounded out the offensive attack with 6 kills. Defensively, Maddy Day added 11 digs, Olivia O’Dell added 9 digs and Balee Osting finished with 8 digs.It was great to see us get 2 wins tonight. Varsity now moves to 1-3 on the season.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Ashley Gauck.
Williams nets twice as Christianburg/Wismar Secondary brush aside Harmony 6-0FORMER champions Christianburg/Wismar Secondary (Multi) School brushed aside Harmony 6-0, to open their campaign in this year’s Edward ‘Screw’ Richmond 9th annual Linden Inter-Secondary School Under-18 football tournament on Wednesday afternoon, but Linden Technical Institute and Linden Foundation Secondary had to share points after a 0-0 draw at the Mackenzie Sports Club ground.Playing in the opening match of this year’s tournament, the Multi boys quickly asserted themselves with a dominant display. John Regis opened their scoring in the 20th minute and this was followed by goals from Omar Williams, who netted twice, with the first coming in the 25th, Brewley Allicock in the 30th.Williams hit in his second in the 36th minute with Tomace Williams getting one also in the 58th minute and Anxie Major the sixth of the game in the 67th minute.The second game produced no goals and this game between Linden Foundation Secondary and Linden Technical Institute ended goalless.The competition continues next Wednesday at the Wisburg ground.
BRIDGETOIWN, Barbados, CMC – The United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean, Monday, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Barbados-based Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA). This will allow for cooperation on the development of more resilient communities, states and regional actors in preparation for disasters or emergencies in the region.The main purpose of the accord is to tackle the challenges facing vulnerable groups and affected populations, especially children, with a focus on the education sector, child and social protection systems and WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene), as a pathway to resilience building.UNICEF and CEDMA say they will prioritize national responses in case of emergencies, ensuring support for children, youth, women and vulnerable groups. In this process, innovative data collection instruments will be used to improve the tools implemented for risk analysis.A statement issued following the signing said that climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction within regional and national education sector policies, plans and curricula, beginning at early childhood through secondary level will be applied through existing coordination platforms, strategies and programs. “Based on post Irma and Maria hurricanes emergency response, in 2018 UNICEF Eastern Caribbean (ECA) signed a new Memorandum of Understanding for prepositioning supplies with CDEMA and a new Programme Cooperation Agreement in 2019. CDEMA has the mandate, given by CARICOM (Caribbean Community), to mobilise and coordinate disaster relief in emergency situations in the Caribbean, and to adopt mitigation policies and practices at National and Regional Levels. “CDEMA coordinates the emergency operations system, and responds to emergency situations and humanitarian crisis in 18 participating states of the Caribbean.
Ghana coach Akwasi Appiah says his team is fully prepared to face Mali on Thursday.The Black Stars threw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with DR Congo in the opening Group B game at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.The disappointing results have awaken critics of the four-time African champions who aim to end a staggering 31-year wait for an African title in South Africa.Players and supporters of the team have bemoaned the missed opportunity by the Black Stars to get their campaign off to a flying start following the opening draw with DR Congo.But coach Appiah believes his team has recovered from the opening set back and are set to jump-start their campaign with a win over Mali though admitting to the herculean task ahead.“After the first game, the technical team and playing body, almost everyone was not happy but at the moment we have psyched ourselves up and we are really prepared for the game,” he said. “As to any anxiety, we believe it is not going to be easy but we are going to give our best.”A win will certainly lift Ghana above their Thursday opponent who currently top Group B while a defeat will spell doom for the Black Stars who are one of the favourites to win the competition.
Kyle Seager will not be on the field for opening day.The 31-year old Mariners third baseman will undergo surgery Tuesday on a tendon in his left hand. He is expected to be out through April and there is no definitive timetable for his return. Mariners’ Felix Hernandez upset he won’t start Opening Day Related News “It sucks, but we’ll deal with it and get through it,” Seager told reporters Monday, via MLB.com.Seager will have surgery tomorrow, but says doesn’t know timeline of how long recovery will take. First time he’s gone on the DL in his career. “It sucks, but we’ll deal with it and get through it.” https://t.co/T1imwlg7Qp— Greg Johns (@GregJohnsMLB) March 11, 2019Seager originally suffered the injury while diving for a ball during a Mariners’ spring training game last week. Seager slashed .221/.273/.400 in 155 games for Seattle last season. He also hit 22 home runs and tallied 78 RBIs.The eight-year veteran has spent his entire career with the Mariners. He made the All-Star team and won a Gold Glove award in 2014.
Barcelona, Spain | AFP | Barcelona will make a late decision on whether captain Andres Iniesta is fit to face Chelsea in the Champions League on Wednesday, coach Ernesto Valverde has confirmed.Iniesta sustained a hamstring injury against Atletico Madrid on March 4 but the midfielder took part in a light training session on Monday ahead of the last-16 second leg at the Camp Nou. The first leg finished 1-1.“It’s clear when a match like this arrives, a player tends to risk,” Valverde said on Tuesday.“What we have to decide is whether the risk is excessive.”Iniesta could be replaced by Paulinho in the starting line-up but the Spaniard’s absence would represent a major blow to his team’s hopes of reaching the quarter-finals.“We know what Andres brings to the team, not only on the pitch but as a captain,” Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets said. “You give him the ball and he always knows what he has to do to create chances. Everything that he contributes is postive. He is training and we hope he plays.”Lionel Messi, however, is available again, after the Argentinian missed Saturday’s win at Malaga to attend the birth of his son, Ciro.“He will be fine,” Busquets said. “In fact he will be more motivated than what we are used to and physically he is going to be great, after having an extra game’s rest. I hope that this is perfect.”Busquets was also asked whether he thought Messi, who scored his team’s crucial away goal at Stamford Bridge, would ever leave Barcelona and move to the Premier League.“He is at home here,” Busquets said. “He has a great changing room, he is winning titles, has a great project, is winning collective and individual awards.“In the end all these positive things are difficult to find elsewhere, so the Premier League is a league that maybe you would like to play in but if you have to balance the positive and the negative out of here, it is very difficult to leave.”Share on: WhatsApp