Norway’s Electromagnetic Geoservices (EMGS) reported vessel utilization for the first quarter 2016 at 55% compared with 76% for the first quarter 2015.In the first quarter of 2016, the vessels were allocated 29% to contract and 26% to multi-client projects.EMGS had two vessels in operation in the first quarter 2016.The BOA Thalassa started contract work in India in January 2016. The project was completed a month later. Following the contract work in India, the vessel began a multi-client project west of India in March, and the completion of the project is planned for April. The vessel’s utilization for the first quarter was 73%.EMGS’s second vessel, the Atlantic Guardian was idle in January and off hire on a planned yard stay from January 31 until March 05.In addition, the vessel started a multi-client project in the Hammerfest Basin on March 10. The project is expected to be completed in the first part of May. The vessel’s utilization for the first quarter was 38%.The EM Leader has been laid up since May 15, 2015.EMGS stated that it expects to record zero multi-client revenues in the first quarter 2016.
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The Mediterranean office will act as the hub of all GBS routes connecting Florida, the Caribbean, Northern Europe and the Far East.”Together with the existing offices in Fort Lauderdale, Vancouver and Hamburg, we have assembled an outstanding team of dedicated and experienced professionals who understand the market needs and deliver dependable and consistent services,” said Christian van Hoorn, managing director of GBS.”GBS has been active in Europe for more than ten years and established a very solid reputation in the yacht transport industry,” added Terzi. “They have a clear vision for the future and about how to deliver the necessary services to clients.” www.gbs-yachttransport.com
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MANILA – Cignal HD Spikers relied on Guimarasnon Jovelyn Gonzaga in the end to beat Sta. Lucia Lady Realtors 19-25, 25-18, 25-13, 23-25, 15-12 in the 2017 Philippine Superliga All-Filipino Conference on Thursday at the San Juan Arena.Gonzaga finished with 22 points — on 19 attacks and three blocks — to help HD Spikers tie with the opening day winners Generika-Ayala Life Savers and Foton Tornadoes with a 1-0 win-loss slate.Rachel Anne Daquis added 14 markers, while Cherry Vivas and Maica Morada contributed 13 and 10 points, respectively, as Relea Saet executed 23 excellent sets.After failing to close out Lady Realtors in the fourth set, HD Spikers found itself trailing early in the fifth set following back-to-back conversions from Danika Gendrauli and Janine Navarro.HD Spikers then leaned on Gonzaga’s consecutive points to snatch the lead at 8-7. Since then, both teams traded leads before Lady Realtors led for the last time at 11-10 on a Mar-Jana Phillips block.HD Spikers came up with back-to-back hits from Gonzaga and Daquis to retake a 12-11 lead. An error by Gendrauli followed by two straight points by Gonzaga ended the match.Phillips top-scored with 16 points, while Danika Gendrauli added 15 points for Lady Realtors, which dropped to a 0-1 win-loss mark along with Cherrylume Iron Lady Warriors and Cocolife Asset Managers./PN [av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Gonzaga powers Cignal over Sta. Lucia in Superliga’ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”]BY ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]Friday, June 9, 2017[/av_textblock][av_image src=’http://www.panaynews.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/sports-cignal-PSL.jpg’ attachment=’108387′ attachment_size=’full’ align=’center’ styling=” hover=” link=” target=” caption=’yes’ font_size=” appearance=’on-hover’ overlay_opacity=’0.4′ overlay_color=’#000000′ overlay_text_color=’#ffffff’ animation=’no-animation’]Cignal HD Spikers’ Cherry Vivas (mid-ground) tries to score past the defense of Sta. Lucia Lady Realtors’ Jannine Navarro (foreground, left) and Rialen Sante. PSL[/av_image] [/av_textblock][/av_one_full]
AEP Texas is an energy delivery company and does not call consumers asking for payment over the phone and/or threatening disconnection unless immediate payment is made. AEP Texas disconnects electric service for nonpayment under instructions from the customer’s REP . AEP Texas will not ask for bank information or credit/debit card numbers over the phone.Consumers who are behind on their bills receive written notices from their REP of a possible disconnection and how to prevent it.Customers who believe they have been a victim of this or any other scam should contact their local police department.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. Special to the PRESSAEP Texas reminds area electricity users that scam artists posing as electric company personnel are continuing to call consumers telling them they are behind on their electric bill and threatening to disconnect their electric service unless immediate payment is made. Reports of such scam calls began appearing earlier this month within the AEP Texas service territory, as well as the service territories of other utilities.For example, a business in Vernon,Texas received a telephone call indicating that the firm’s electricity bill was overdue and that service was about to be disconnected if payment was not made immediately. The manager at the business was suspicious about the claim especially when the number given to call was the number of a different retail electric provider (REP).In some cases, consumers are left a phone message indicating that their service is about to be disconnected and given a toll-free number to call. If called, a voice indicates that the caller has reached the company’s disconnection phone number. This number is a fraud. Consumers should call the phone number of their REP as shown on their monthly electric bill. Sometimes the consumer is advised to purchase a prepaid debit card or other type of reloadable debit card, load the card with money, and then call the toll-free number to provide the serial number from the card.Electricity users are reminded:Consumers who are unsure if the caller is with their REP should hang up and call the number on the monthly bill they receive from their REP.This is the number that consumers should call – not a number given by someone over the phone. Share RelatedDOWN BUT NOT OUT: After damage from high winds, South Padre Island recovery process underwayLaura Lyles Reagan Special to the PRESS On Monday October 21, 2019 beginning at 12:58am. the National Weather Service of Brownsville, Texas issued the first tornado warning. Then it issued the first severe thunderstorm warning. Multiple residents said that severe weather hit the island at approximately 2:00am and the electricity…October 25, 2019In “News”UPDATE: Blackout left over 8,000 people without powerBy CHRISTINA R. GARZA Reporter [email protected] A major power outage that occurred Monday morning reportedly affected 8,100 American Electric Power Texas customers at the peak of the outage. The outage hit Port Isabel with a minor impact on South Padre Island and the Long Island Village area. The first outage…July 29, 2013In “News”Cold front leaves 5k without powerBY SASHA HELLER Managing Editor [email protected] More than 5,000 Port Isabel residents were without power for parts or most of Friday, according to American Electric Power (AEP) officials. Bruce Evans, AEP Texas Vice-President of Electric Distribution, said that physical damage to the electrical system was minimal but the inclement weather…January 30, 2014In “News”
See also:Phillips’ late goal gives QPR elusive home winHasselbaink targets ‘normality for QPR’QPR trio feature in Under-21 gameBhatia steps down from QPR Trust role Matt Phillips’ late goal gave QPR their first home win under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. Here’s how we rated the Rangers players in their 1-0 victory against Ipswich. Alex Smithies: 8Made fine saves in the second half to keep his side in the game and then to stop them from dropping more points at the death.James Perch: 7The right-back curled an effort just wide of the post before half-time after venturing forward. A solid all-round display.AdChoices广告Grant Hall: 7Ipswich threw more men forward than many other sides the young defender has come up against, but Hall got through the task with ease – despite the tough conditions.Nedum Onuoha: 7Another strong display from the captain, whose partnership with Hall continues to blossom.Paul Konchesky: 6He’s struggled recently, but this was a slight improvement.Alejandro Faurlin: 7Took a knock from a heavy challenge in the first half, but recovered well enough to put in a solid display before being withdrawn just before the hour mark.Massimo Luongo: 8An excellent game from start to finish for the Australian who, but for a stunning save from Bartosz Bialkowski, would have given the R’s the lead in the opening minute.Matt Phillips: 7Struggled at times with his final ball, but was on hand to head home Rangers’ late winner.Junior Hoilett: 7Another lively performance from the winger, who came close with five first-half efforts; one of which he should’ve smashed home when left unmarked at the far post.Sebastian Polter: 6Worked hard again, but his lack of quality on the ball caused a number of good attacking opportunities to break down.Conor Washington: 6A bright display on his first start for the club. The striker created space for a chance in the second half, but unfortunately could only lift the ball over the bar as he fell backwards. His pace, movement and strength will be a real asset.Daniel Tozser: 6Brought on with half an hour to play and nearly settled the game with a stunning long-range strike. A lapse in possession shortly afterwards, though, could have been punished.Jamie Mackie: 6A workmanlike performance from Mackie, who chased and harassed the Ipswich backline as the R’s pushed for the win.Nasser El Khayati: 7His short debut couldn’t have gone much better. El Khayati’s neat footwork and cross set up the all-important goal. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook