Scrapping Boxship Candidates to Get Younger and Bigger

first_imgzoom Amid a record year for containership demolitions in 2016, which helped suppress total fleet growth close to the rate for demand, shipping consultancy Drewry said that the scrapping candidates will get younger and bigger until the market recovers.Greater scrapping is a sign of the underlying weakness in the container market, and for its benefits to be fully realised much more will need to be carried out, Drewry said.So far this year there have been three record cases of ships being scrapped just before they reach their 10-year birthday, which before accounting for cash paid by the demolition yard for the reclaimed steel, implies a write-off of nearly 60% as containerships are normally depreciated over 25 years.As of November 7, a total of 151 ships have been sold for demolition in 2016 with an average age of 19 years, significantly lower than the average of 23 years recorded in each of the previous four years.“It seems that more owners, particularly of the non-operating kind, are deciding that scrapping is the least bad option available; over chartering out ships at historically low, and loss-making, levels or paying for idling costs until a hoped-for shipping market recovery happens,” Drewry said.As well as being younger, the size of scrapped vessels is also rising sharply with the 2016 current average being 3,500 TEU, up from just over 2,000 TEU in recent years.2016 scrapping sum will be in the region of 615,000 TEU2016 is already a record year for containership scrapping with over 520,000 TEU pulled from the water by early November. At the current rate the end-year 2016 scrapping sum will be in the region of 615,000 TEU, which would represent a 38% increase on the previous annual high of 444,000 TEU set in 2013.Unfortunately for owners, Drewry is not anticipating that demand will get much above 3% over the next two years, as much more new tonnage is scheduled to arrive over the next two years than in 2016, so owners will need to scrap even harder if they want to see supply growth fall into line.With nearly 3.2 million teu of new ship capacity scheduled for delivery – split roughly equally – in 2017 and 2018, to perfectly match supply growth with our demand forecasts will require that around 1 million teu will have to be scrapped in consecutive years. To achieve this, owners will have to look for ever younger and bigger ships to send to the demolition yards.last_img read more

Government Surplus Items Keep On Working

first_img All profits are used to help reduce pay down the provincial debt. Surplus items are distributed under the authority of the Surplus Crown Property Disposal Act. The 10 categories of surplus items listed in the report are: Almost $900,000 was returned to the provincial treasury in 2006-07 through the province’s annual disposal of surplus Crown property. The province’s Surplus Crown Property Disposal Report was tabled today, Dec. 3, in the legislature. It outlines how surplus materials were disposed of during the 2006-07 fiscal year. “Most of the items on this list have been very well used,” said Murray Scott, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal. “But even after things wear out and standards change, we do our best to make sure that nothing useful goes to waste.” The Computers for Schools Program, a partnership that keeps older computers working, is the main beneficiary. Through this program hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of used computer equipment continues to be put to use. The province is the second largest donor to the program. The list of donated equipment includes 1,570 computers, 1,397 keyboards, 1,262 monitors, 469 printers, and 587 computer mice. The equipment will be refurbished and put into schools throughout Nova Scotia. “Instead of ending up in landfills, these computers are continuing to be useful,” said Mr. Scott. “These machines may no longer be suitable for critical government functions but they will be of great value in a school environment.” In addition, a wide range of additional surplus equipment such as chairs, tables, desks, and filing cabinets are donated by request to non-profit and community groups. Among the less common items donated were ornamental plants (to the Camp Hill Veterans Memorial Building, QEII Health Sciences Centre), a lawn tractor and a robotic arm. There were 108 organizations that received items. Along with detailing the above donations the report also outlines the $898,065.08 in net revenue raised by surplus sales. Below raised by gross surplus sales: disposed real property (i.e. land and/or buildings) VHF asset disposal initiative items sold at public auction heavy equipment sold at public auction items sold through public tender items donated to non-profit, non-government agencies material sent for recycling computer equipment for the Computer for Schools program scrap waste surplus equipment used in school renovations and construction $485,878.37 in the sale of surplus land was also the largest revenue generator $472,715 through the department’s auction of heavy equipment $64,506.21 through the auctions of other surplus equipment The full report is available on the Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal website at .last_img read more

Snowfall Warning issued for the Pine Pass

first_imgThe snow will finally ease Sunday afternoon.For updates on highway conditions, visit www.drivebc.caIssued at 2019-01-19 13:16 UTC by Environment Canada:Snowfall warning issued for:Highway 97 – Pine Pass, B.C. (080030)Current details:Snowfall with total amounts of 15 to 25 cm is expected.Heavy snow will fall through Sunday over Pine Pass.Mild and moist air aloft from a Pacific front will combine with an entrenched arctic airmass to produce periods of snow for the next two days over Pine Pass. Road conditions are available at continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to or tweet reports using #BCStorm. 5 to 10 cm of accumulation is expected today with another 10 cm tonight, followed by a further 2 to 5 cm on Sunday. 15 to 25 cm of total snowfall is forecast.The snow will finally ease Sunday afternoon.Weather in the mountains can change suddenly resulting in hazardous driving conditions.Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. reminds drivers to know before you go. Adjust to winter driving behaviour and use winter tires and chains.center_img CHETWYND, B.C. – Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the Pine Pass.The forecast calls for 5 to 10 cm of accumulation is expected today with another 10 cm tonight, followed by a further 2 to 5 cm on Sunday.  Over the weekend it is expected the region will receive 15 to 25 cm of total snowfall.Mild and moist air aloft from a Pacific front will combine with an entrenched arctic airmass to produce periods of snow for the next two days over Pine Pass.last_img read more

All for 1 and 1 for all

No sooner had the doors closed on the 2001 European Automotive Trade Show, than organisers, SMMT, began work on the next event. All exhibitors, many non-exhibitors and hundreds of visitors were asked for an opinion on the show and gave their views on all aspects from ease of access to catering.Many exhibitors and visitors found things to praise at this year’s Show but research shows that there is clearly a need for change in 2003, to keep pace with the fast moving industry it serves and represents. As the automotive aftermarket’s only specialist meeting place, the need to exploit each and every business opportunity is obvious – consequently 2003 will see a fresh approach and a new name – auto1Focusing on business development, auto1 promises to be much more than a trade show. As the automotive business becomes ever more complex and competitive, auto1 will provide the answers to every business need.Leading companies from every supplier sector will present 21st Century solutions to installers, retailers and repairers of every size and type. Retail shop, workshop or bodyshop, franchised dealer or independent, their management and staff will make up the audience for this vital industry event.Based on a unique ‘arena’ format, visitors will be able to get the most from their attendance in the shortest possible time. Clearly sign-posted special interest areas will feature the latest technology, systems and equipment, with the accent on hands-on experience and demonstrations.Expect further details during the next few months, as we approach auto1, with new and innovative developments, designed to make this the most memorable and useful business experience for the UK aftermarket.The 2003 auto1 event is fully supported by the ADF, A1MS, FER, FSG, GEA, IMI, IMPACT, NFDA, NTDA, RMI, SMMT and TIC.auto1 takes place at the NEC from the 27 to 30 April 2003 so put it in your diary now.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

The Patriots And Falcons Became Who We Thought They Were

Related: Hot Takedown Should Terrell Owens Be In The Hall of Fame? In today’s NFL, a 52-yard field goal is a little under a 70 percent proposition. Scooch up 10 yards, and you’re looking at something closer to 80 percent. Add another five yards onto that and you’re up above 90 percent, turning a not-so-sure thing into one as sure as it’s going to get. The only choice is to try to advance the ball.On first down, Devonta Freeman lost a yard. The Falcons could have taken two more plays to run into the line and taken their chances on the 50-plus-yarder. But when you have the league MVP under center and are gaining 8.8 net yards per pass attempt on the season, and when those 8.8 yards would represent a material improvement to your odds of winning, you stick to what you know. And so the Falcons did what they did all season — they gave Matt Ryan the ball. And then he got sacked. And then Jake Matthews committed his second costly holding penalty. Suddenly, the Falcons had 3rd-and-33, and as the coaches like to say, there’s no play in the playbook for that.The difference between the Falcons and the Patriots is the difference between the Patriots and the Falcons. The Falcons’ inexplicable little foibles, like the repeatedly snapping the ball without milking all the time they could off the clock, doomed them. The Pats’ miscues, like the decision to kick a field goal while down 19 in the fourth quarter should have doomed New England, but the Patriots were saved by a series of miraculous events. Edelman caught the ball; Ryan coughed it up. The Patriots stay the Patriots, and the Falcons surely will stay the Falcons. HOUSTON — Great Super Bowls tend to be remembered in miniature: A missed kick. A ball pressed to a helmet. An outstretched arm at the goal line. For this Super Bowl, though, the picture will be bigger and two-sided: the New England Patriots’ furious comeback from down by 25 points to take a title they had no business taking, and the Atlanta Falcons’ attendant collapse. This game’s individual moments, memorable as they were, will likely be pale in importance next to the way the reputations of both teams were affirmed in the strongest possible terms, by the thinnest possible margin.On the Patriots’ side, Belichick and his apostles are up for beatification. Tom Brady led five consecutive scoring drives to stage the largest comeback in Super Bowl history, setting records for pass attempts, completions and yardage in the championship game. Julian Edelman made the cleat catch. And the Patriots defense clamped down to hold the Falcons scoreless in their final four drives. The turnaround was so dramatic that it practically unwound the ESPN win-probability model in real time. These are seemingly acts of a higher power.Except Brady, of course, hadn’t been perfect all game. Before the Patriots offense clicked into action late in the third, Brady missed Julian Edelman badly on a few throws and was making uncharacteristic errors. Partly this was due to the Falcons pass rush getting to him using just four rushers. In the second half, New England’s massive time-of-possession advantage began to show as the Falcons’ pass rush faded. (“I think for sure we ran out of gas some,” said Falcons coach Dan Quinn. “I don’t know what the time of possession was, I didn’t look at that. But I can tell you how hard these guys battled for it.”) But partly Brady’s poor start to the game was simply some bad throws and costly drops at the worst possible time in the season for either.But rather than overreact to a few bad plays, New England stayed the course. “You can decide to say that the game is out of reach,” Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels said after the game, “and start scrambling and going into a two-minute mode earlier than you really want to. At halftime, we definitely weren’t going to do that.”This is the least shocking thing the Patriots could have done. The comeback was prodigious, of course, but everyone in the stadium was watching something they had seen the Patriots do many times before. Brady wasn’t reeling off dazzling, how’d-he-do-that highlights; he was marching the Falcons to their unavoidable doom. Even the team’s ho-hum reactions to Edelman’s time-and-space-defying catch demonstrate the sense of certainty surrounding the Pats:Edelman: “It was 3rd-and-5. We made a decent play. Thankfully, we finished. I was just trying to track it. It was a bang-bang play.”Brady: “Yeah, I couldn’t believe it. It was one of the greatest catches. We’ve been on the other end of a few of those catches and tonight, you know, we came up with it. It was a pretty spectacular catch.”McDaniels: “It was just great concentration. I think to win a game like this, you’re probably going to need a few plays like that, and that was one of them.”Running back James White: “I was actually right in front of him when he caught it. I was pretty sure that he caught it. It was a big play in the game.”Tight end Martellus Bennett: “I was like, ‘OH SHIT HE CAUGHT THAT!’” OK, so not all of them are replicants. But if Brady didn’t quite come away from Sunday with one defining “Isn’t that John Candy?” moment of cool, he got the one thing that solidifies legacies more than iconic moments: luck. The ball finally bounced (or, in Edelman’s case, didn’t) the Patriots’ way, and the same stroke of the divine that stole away a perfect season in 2008 put New England in position to steal a championship back. For a player and a franchise as accomplished as Brady and the Pats, the inescapable conclusion is that the luck you have is the luck you make.But for a team and quarterback that don’t have that luxury, one bad half threatens to peel off whatever veneer of credibility they had constructed on top of the city’s old Loserville neuroses this season. And if the team’s only luck is bad luck, Ryan and the Falcons manufactured it themselves.As you’d probably guess, the biggest postgame scrum for the Falcons coaches wasn’t around Quinn, but around offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. The defense was gassed, sure, but how could the high-powered Falcons offense (No. 2 in Football Outsiders’ offensive ranks) have scored its final points with 8:31 left in the third quarter?After the game, the thing most everyone wanted to know — and made sure to ask every Falcon in the building — was just what happened after Julio Jones made a ridiculous catch of his own with 4:47 left in the fourth quarter, putting the Falcons on the edge of field-goal range and in position to go up two scores. Were you too aggressive late? Do you wish you had any of those play calls back? They were polite versions of the obvious question: Just what the hell was Shanahan thinking? Score there and the Falcons are up two scores with just about four minutes remaining. In a game that was over several times before it was truly over, that would have buried the Pats a few feet deeper.“Our goal was to get as many yards as we could,” Shanahan said. “You don’t think, ‘Just run the ball and make your guy kick a 50-yard field goal,’ you try your hardest to give him a great chance to for sure make it, but we ended up getting a sack, and [running the ball isn’t] really an option after that.” read more

Whaley Bridge dam collapse Derbyshire town evacuated as RAF called in amid

A police spokesperson said: “There is a high probability that there will be significant flooding due to damage caused in recent severe weather.“People are asked to make alternative arrangements to stay with friends and family. If anyone is not able to do so then they will be accommodated, however, there is limited capacity to do so.“We understand that there will be some concern around not being able to return home, however, our priority is to ensure people are kept safe and well and are not taking unnecessary risks.“This is not a decision that has been taken lightly and we appreciate that there is significant impact on this community, however, this is an unprecedented, fast-moving, emergency situation.“We will keep people regularly updated and we are working with our partners to resolve the issue as quickly as we can.” 4:54PMPictures of the dam show the extent of the damage Crazy that Whaley Bridge has been completely evacuated because the dam might burst. I was there last year and took this picture at that same dam— 🥃 (@Greg_Ivan_) August 1, 2019 Experts are divided as to whether the concrete and earthwork structure will survive that long.Dr Mohammad Heidarzadeh, an engineer at Brunel University London, said such designs could be “washed away very rapidly”.“Due to heavy rainfall in Whaley Bridge area, the spillway is now broken and a big chunk of its concrete structure is damaged,” he said.“There is a possibility that the spillway could then become fully broken in a few hours.”Anna Aspinall, 36, from Whaley Bridge, said she and others had been called to help place sandbags near the dam, but were sent away after structural engineers warned “that the wall is at high risk of failing”.She said: “We are praying the dam wall holds whilst the Canal and River Trust try to drain the water from the reservoir.” The evacuation has been exacerbated by the deterioration of the roads in and around the town, following days of torrential rain.Steve Cliffe, a pensioner, said the surface of the road to his hamlet of Fernilee, 1.5 miles away, was all torn up and the community completely cut off. “We just can’t get out,” he said. 4:52PMDerbyshire Police say the situation is ‘unprecedented’ 11:31PMRAF helicopter deployed to prevent dam from collapsing further, police confirm Sandbags are being used to help shore up dam wall at Whaley BridgeMore than 6,000 people have been told to leave their homes amid fears the dam could burst— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) August 1, 2019 Carolyn Whittle, 45, who lives in Meadowfield, on the hillside in Whaley Bridge, said she had never seen water flood over the dam in her lifetime.She said: “We are situated north-west of the mouth of the reservoir, approx 400 feet about the water level.”There is currently a request, we believe, for all to evacuate due to emergency services access.”An hour ago, there was a lot of emergency service activity and frenzy while my son was trying to reach home. Another section of the concrete on the dam face has now collapsed.”We have friend’s children here with us, who would have had to camp out at the high school otherwise.”Everyone I know is horrified that our whole town could be decimated in a matter of minutes, it’s terrible.”I’ve lived in Whaley for the best part of 45 years and I’ve never seen water flood over the dam like that, ever, nor thought that we could possibly be at risk in this way.”We’re gaining all our information from social at the moment. If we need to go, we will get in my defender and head over Disley tops. It’s closed, but mainly to stop people trying to access Whaley centre, which police are not allowing at the bottom of our road.”I’m really scared the dam will actually go. Best solution is a smaller flood of the Goyt river, with flood risks as far as Marple. When we went to see what was happening earlier, the fire brigade had arranged a tanker to pump water away from the reservoir, and a digger to dam the area where the river was still refilling the reservoir.” 6:33PMWhat Whaley Bridge dam looked like a year ago… 6:14PMMother evacuated with her children: “The scary part will be what happens next” Toddbrook Reservoir near the village of Whaley Bridge The Toddbrook Reservoir dam after it was damaged in heavy rainfall. Professor Roderick Smith, from Imperial College London, said: “Extreme weather events mean that there is increasing unease about the safety of older dams: particularly the need to release excess water safely and easily.”The reservoir was damaged due to flooding in 1964, according to the Environment Agency, but another specialist said it was “unlikely” it had been in an unsafe condition before the heavy rainfall on Thursday.Professor Tim Broyd, Professor of Built Environment Foresight at University College London, said: “Dams are highly regulated structures, which includes regular structural inspections by highly qualified engineers.”It is unlikely therefore that the dam was in a previously unsafe condition.”What may have been the cause, however, is that the flow rate into the reservoir was exceptionally high, as a result of extreme local rainflows.” Rebecca Simpson, who was evacuated from Whaley Bridge with her children, said: “This morning at 8.30am I walked over the dam with our dog and it was okay, but it quickly became apparent that the amount of water we had yesterday was too much and was causing a big run-off.”The sluices were opened mid morning but there’s so much water and it’s now currently raining very hard again. There’s nowhere for it to go, the river has already burst its banks and the ground is sodden.”All roads were closed midday and we all got asked to evacuate about two hours ago. Now we’re stuck in traffic in the outlying town of New Mills as everyone is trying to leave and some local roads are flooded. My children are coping well after being worried this morning.”I don’t think I would class it as scary, lots of experts on hand and it seemed well managed. The scary part will be what happens next as all services – such as electricity, gas and medical services, and the primary school – are in the direct line of the water.” An RAF Chinook is being drafted in overnight on Thursday to help prevent the dam from collapsing further.Derbyshire Police said over 400 tonnes of aggregate will be used to divert water from entering the reservoir.Deputy Chief Constable Rachel Swann, chairwoman of the Local Resilience Forum, said: “To move the substantial amount of aggregate into place – a Chinook helicopter will be operating in the area in the coming hours to allow precise placement and divert the flow of the water.”With all that said, at this time the future of the dam wall remains in the balance and I would remind people of the very real danger posed to them should the wall collapse.”Water pumps will continue to remove water from the reservoir to relieve pressure on the dam wall. Toddbrook Reservoir is on the north-west edge of the Peak District National Park, sitting above the small town of Whaley Bridge.It was built in 1831, according to some experts, while the Environment Agency record it as being built between 1840-41.The structure supplies water to the Peak Forest Canal, a waterway in northern England running between the town and Ashton under Lyne.Owned by the Canal & River Trust, the reservoir is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) due to local wildlife.Reservoir safety is maintained by inspections under an act created in 1930 and strengthened in 1975, according to experts, but flooding and other weather events have led to concerns about safety of older structures. 9:01PMFurther evacuations take place downstream of river, police say Workers inspect a damaged dam after a nearby reservoir was affected by flooding, in Whaley Bridge, Britain August 1, 2019.Credit:PHIL NOBLE/REUTERS Edwina Currie, the former MP, lives in a 400-year-old cottage above Whaley Bridge. “The first job is to lower the level as safely as possible – that means taking risks further downstream,” she told the BBC.“It’s more important to try to save the dam and get it repaired.“As dusk fell last night the only vehicles in the main street of Whaley Bridge belonged to the emergency services.A spokesman for Derbyshire Police said: “We understand that there will be some concern around not being able to return home. However, our priority is to ensure people are kept safe and well and are not taking unnecessary risks.“This is not a decision that has been taken lightly and we appreciate there is a significant impact on this community. However, this is an unprecedented, fast-moving, emergency situation.”The Environment Agency has issued a severe flood warning, suggesting a danger to life, covering the River Goyt at Whaley Bridge. It states that the river could “rise rapidly” due to water rushing in from the reservoir.Police have closed railway lines in the Whaley Bridge area amid concerns a dam will burst and cause flooding, East Midlands Trains said.Trains on the route between Liverpool Lime Street and Norwich are disrupted due to the predicted flooding. 7:47PMThe latest from Derbyshire police Trauma nurse Philomena Smith, 53, lives on a road above the reservoir.She told The Telegraph: “Many Whaley Bridge residents who were on the bridge yesterday looking over the dam said they have lived here all their lives and never seen anything like this.“If the dam overflows it will join the River Goyt and be a disaster.“Even last night many houses had started to place sandbags up against their doors.“Today the bridge is now closed and the concrete has broken away – the whole village has been evacuated and Whaley Bridge is completely closed off due to the high risk of the dam collapsing.“My husband is working in Buxton but may not be able to get home tonight.” Paul Nash and his partner Janet Williams barely had time to grab their cat and a few essentials before being forced to abandon their home.They cannot know when – or if – they will see it again. “If the whole dam goes, it’s going to cause absolute chaos,” he said.“Probably the village will go, because it [the river] goes straight through.”The couple joined an exodus of more than 6,000 people fleeing the centre of Whaley Bridge on Thursday as the concrete dam began to crumble.The blotched notices hastily handed out by the emergency services left no room for doubt. “EVACUATE your property now”, they read, “Take any medication and medical equipment with you.”As the heavens opened once more on Thursday night, the centre of the picturesque Peak District community was a ghost town, save for the sound of police going door to door, trying to coax out every last resident from the “red” danger zone.Evacuees were told to gather at a school three miles away in Chapel-en-le-Frith while engineers began pumping water out of the reservoir to take pressure off the stricken dam.It will take an estimated three days to reduce the volume to a safe level. 7:03PMTeams work to keep the water under control This is not a decision that has been taken lightly and we appreciate that there is significant impact on this community, however, this is an unprecedented, fast-moving, emergency situation.— Derbyshire Police (@DerbysPolice) August 1, 2019 An aerial photograph shows the damage to the dam 9:11PM”Horrified” residents fear the whole town could be “decimated” within minutes, witness says Whaley Bridge evacuated amid fears of dam collapseCommunity could be levelled if Toddbrook Resevoir barrier burstsAround 400 tonnes of aggregate brought in overnight to divert water RAF helicopter called in to aid effort Police say future of dam ‘remains in balance’Thousands of residents in the Derbyshire town of Whaley Bridge have been evacuated amid fears a dam could collapse after it was damaged by floodwaters.Concrete panels on one side of the dam on the Toddbrook Resevoir, which holds back 300 million gallons of water, partially collapsed.By 2.30pm on Thursday it was deemed too unsafe for people in the village below, who were ordered to “evacuate your property now”.There are concerns the village could be levelled if the dam, which dates to 1838, gives way. Derbyshire Police said 400 tonnes of aggregate will be brought in overnight to divert water from entering the reservoir, with a Chinook helicopter aiding a multi-agency taskforce.Deputy Chief Constable Rachel Swann, chairwoman of the Local Resilience Forum, said: “To move the substantial amount of aggregate into place – a Chinook helicopter will be operating in the area in the coming hours to allow precise placement and divert the flow of the water.”With all that said, at this time the future of the dam wall remains in the balance and I would remind people of the very real danger posed to them should the wall collapse.” An aerial photograph shows the damage to the damCredit: PHIL NOBLE/Reuters 5:33PM”Lucky we live up the hill”  12:51AMWhat is the history of the reservoir? Evacuated from work. Lucky we live up the hill #whaleybridge— David Brocklehurst (@D8rok) August 1, 2019 The Toddbrook Reservoir dam after it was damaged in heavy rainfall.Credit:PA Derbyshire Police said further evacuations were taking place downstream of the reservoir as work continues to ensure the structure of the damaged wall.A small number of properties in Furness Vale and New Mills – outside Whaley Bridge but inside the flood risk area – are in the process of being evacuated.A number of roads in the area remain closed, police said. 5:52PM”It could cause a massive flood” Workers inspect a damaged dam after a nearby reservoir was affected by flooding, in Whaley Bridge, Britain August 1, 2019. 5:13PM”If it overflows it will be a disaster” Toddbrook Reservoir near the village of Whaley BridgeCredit:PA Dr Mohammed Heidarzadeh, a professor from the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Brunel University London, said: “Due to heavy rainfall in Whaley Bridge area, the spillway is now broken and a big chunk of its concrete structure is damaged.”There is a possibility that the spillway could then become fully broken in a few hours.”If the spillway is fully gone, the embankment dam will be washed away very rapidly which could cause a massive flood.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? 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Plans underway for largest ever diamond mining vessel

first_imgDebmarine Namibia, a 50/50 joint venture between the Government of the Republic of Namibia and De Beers Group, today announced it is planning for the construction of the world’s largest custom-built diamond mining vessel.The new vessel, which is projected to cost approximately US$142 million (N$2 billion), is expected to commence operations in 2021.It will work alongside the five other mining vessels in the Debmarine Namibia fleet, enhancing the business’s ability to recover diamonds off Namibia’s Atlantic coastline. At 176 metres long, the vessel will be two metres longer than the largest vessel currently in the fleet, the mv Mafuta.Otto Shikongo, CEO, Debmarine Namibia, said: “This is an exciting undertaking not only for the business, but also for the wider Namibian industry. We will remain focused throughout on safety, quality, timely delivery and cost containment.”Bruce Cleaver, CEO De Beers Group, said: “There is a great amount of potential in Namibia’s marine diamond deposits and this new vessel will support our strategy to continue to grow our offshore operations. Earlier this year we launched the mv SS Nujoma, the world’s largest diamond sampling and exploration vessel, and this has improved our ability to target our mining activities. The acquisition of a new, custom-built mining vessel will help capitalise on the work of the mv SS Nujoma, thereby supporting the long-term future of Namibia’s diamond sector.”The new vessel is expected to create 130 new jobs alongside Debmarine Namibia’s current workforce of 900 employees.The business has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Kleven Verft AS, the company responsible for building the mv SS Nujoma, for the construction of the new vessel.last_img read more

Over 2 million worth of Wii U consoles stolen from Seattle airport

first_imgA group of thieves have stolen over 7,000 Wii U consoles from the SeaTac airport in Seattle, in a heist that was described as something that’s come “straight out of the movies.”Somehow, the thieves managed to enter the Air Cargo warehouse with two semi trucks. These trucks were then filled with 64 pallets using a forklift. Each pallet contained over one hundred Wii U’s. Around half of the consoes were basic models, the other half deluxe, meaning the group stole around $2.28 million worth of goods. Sgt. Cindy West who attended the scene of the crime said she’s been a cop for 28 years and yet she’s “never seen anything like this.”The police are now on the look out for two trailers that have the word “McKinney” written on the side. They’re also looking for a Seattle Air Cargo truck like the one pictured above. It’s likely these vehicles have been dumped by now, but it could still help create a trail of evidence if they are located. Investigators are also looking out for a large number of Wii U’s being sold in the Seattle area or online. Nintendo does have anti-theft measures in place on the Wii U meaning they can be tracked if powered on.It’s unclear if this was an inside job or not, but it does seem as though the thieves knew what they were doing, and entry to the airport was a little too easy for there not to be help from the inside. Although they’ve gotten away with it so far, Sgt. West said “it’s going to be pretty hard to hide 7,000 Wii U consoles.” When they finally try and sell the consoles, that’s probably when they’ll get caught.Pulling a crime like this a week before Christmas will certainly land them on Santa’s naughty list. Let’s hope Nintendo can replace the stock quickly to stop 7,000 kids being disappointed next week.More at ABC News, via Eurogamerlast_img read more

Mckenzie is with Southern Cooperative

first_imgJanet Mckenzie has been appointed reward and performance manager at The Southern Co-operative.Mckenzie joins the regional co-operative business from B&Q where she was reward manager.Prior to this, she was international reward, policy and mobility manger at the Body Shop.last_img

Alaska News Nightly Thursday March 28 2019

first_imgStories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at and on Twitter @AKPublicNews Nome woman arrested after confronting Dunleavy at airportDavis Hovey, KNOM – NomeDuring Governor Mike Dunleavy’s visit to Nome yesterday, which was one of his scheduled “roadshow” stops around the state, he was greeted at the airport by Brenda Evak, who was ultimately taken away in handcuffs for alleged disorderly conduct.Lawmakers consider tweaking how permanent fund dividends are setAndrew Kitchenman, KTOO – JuneauLawmakers are considering changing how permanent fund dividends are set, as they weigh the size of the state budget. One option is putting the PFD formula in the state constitution.Interior secretary nominee faces jabs over prior lobbying workLiz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media – Washington D.C.David Bernhardt has a lot of experience at the Interior Department. He has also represented the oil industry as a lawyer and lobbyist, and that drew a masked troll to his confirmation hearing Thursday.Flight company ends search for Alaska plane crash victimsAssociated PressThe owners of an air ambulance that crashed in Alaska have ended a private search for the three employees on board.GVEA asks state, US regulators to OK halt to tariff for ‘hybrid’ renewable-energy proposalTim Ellis, KUAC – FairbanksA Colorado-based company’s proposal to generate and sell 100 megawatts to Golden Valley Electric Association has devolved into a dispute involving state and federal energy agencies.International study to shed light on the mysterious lives of salmon at seaAaron Bolton, KBBI – HomerScientists know surprisingly little about a salmon’s life outside of their freshwater and nearshore habitats, but an ambitious study is attempting to change that.AC plans new liquor store in BethelKrysti Shallenberger, Alaska’s Energy Desk – BethelThere could be a new liquor store in Bethel this summer.Sitka police want an upgrade to their facilities, starting with their own buildingEnrique Perez de la Rosa, KCAW – SitkaLike many police departments in the nation, the Sitka Police Department is struggling to attract new officers to vacant positions.last_img read more

Chip makers start joint venture for improving Linux distribution

first_img Citation: Chip makers start joint venture for improving Linux distribution (2010, June 7) retrieved 18 August 2019 from The aim of the joint venture is to give open-source developers the software and tools they need to accelerate and simplify development of Linux for portable devices using ARM-based system-on-a-chip (SoC) designs. The founders say they will release tools, kernel and middleware software for a variety of SoCs based on the ARM Cortex-A processors every six months, beginning in November 2010.At present consumer devices use a variety of operating systems such as Apple, Windows, Blackberry, Intel, Palm, and Nokia’s Symbian. Linux operating systems in mobile phones are growing, and there are already a number of Linux versions that run on ARM chips, including Ubuntu and Debian. There is also a Red Hat Fedora Linux version for ARM, but it is not yet commercially available.Linux is the most popular open-source operating system available, and is a direct rival of Microsoft on personal computers and the open-source Symbian on phones. Google’s Android and MeeGo, LiMo and webOS are among the Linux operating systems, and the establishment of Linaro should simplify the development of Linux versions and accelerate their uptake, by enabling developers to concentrate on the user interface rather than the kernel and middleware. The inclusion in Linaro’s plans of MeeGo, which was developed by Nokia and Intel, suggests Intel will be involved at some stage, but the initial focus of the group will be on ARM chips.The other two companies that have signed up to the non-profit foundation are ST-Ericsson and Freescale Semiconductor, but other companies are welcome to join the group. The companies have pledged tens of millions of dollars a year to fund the project, according to the interim CEO of Linaro, Tom Lantzsch. The foundation will work with Linux to align their core operating principles, and will contribute to a variety of open source projects.The formation of the Linaro foundation was announced in Taipei in Taiwan on June 3 at the Computex trade show. According to Ben Cade, co-CEO, the present growth is in always-on, always-connected devices powered by SoCs, and the joint venture is expected to increase the numbers of such devices using Linux distributions. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. New drive to adopt Linux in mobile phones ( — A new software engineering joint venture called Linaro has been set up by six major chip making companies including IBM, ARM Holdings, Texas Instruments and Samsung Electronics, with the aim of dedicating itself to improving Linux distributions for use in devices such as phones, netbooks, tablets, and TVs. center_img © 2010 Explore further More information: Linaro: read more

Iraq forces retake university on edge of Ramadi

first_imgIraqi government forces recaptured a university campus today on the outskirts of Ramadi from the Islamic State group, seizing a key position for any offensive to retake the city, officials said.Iraqi forces had recaptured parts of Anbar University in May, shortly after losing the provincial capital to the jihadists, but later pulled back.The university was retaken by elite forces from Iraq’s Counter Terrorism Service (CTS), known as the “Golden Brigade”.“The Golden Brigade managed to liberate Anbar University with backing from the army as well as air support from the coalition and Iraqi aircraft,” Brigadier General Abdelamir al-Khazraji, deputy commander of CTS forces in Anbar, said.“Our forces liberated the university early today and now have full control of it, following a week of fierce clashes,” he told AFP.last_img read more

Police arrest four suspects in assault on Costa Rican journalist

first_imgJudicial Investigation Police (OIJ) agents on Friday morning arrested four people suspected of attacking Telenoticias Channel 7 journalist Álvaro Sánchez last July.Police arrested a 29-year-old woman and three men ages 24, 28 and 32, all members of the same family. They could face criminal prosecution on charges of aggravated robbery and causing serious injury, OIJ reported.The attack took place on July 20 in Torremolinos, a shantytown in the southern San José canton of Desamparados.Sánchez, 36, was reporting on a man who allegedly was trying to commit suicide. When he and fellow reporters arrived at the scene, they found the man on the street wielding a gun. At some point, members of the man’s family started hurling insults at Sánchez and then attacked him, his cameraman and an assistant. Telenoticias reporter Álvaro Sánchez. (Via Facebook)The four suspects knocked Sánchez to the ground and started hitting and kicking him. They also tried to take his cellphone, Sánchez later told police.He managed to escape when two OIJ agents drove by and opened the back door so he could jump in, Sánchez told daily La Nación following the incident.Sánchez ruptured his Achilles tendon in the attack and had to undergo surgery. He then spent nearly a month and a half immobilized, and currently is still unable to resume his work for Channel 7.“It’s been a hard journey. I’m still incapacitated as I still need a lot of therapy and exercises for strengthening my foot,” Sánchez told The Tico Times on Friday.The suspects remain in custody at the public prosecutors’ office in Desamparados.Sánchez has also reported for The Tico Times. Read his interview with “Popeye,” one of the late drug kingpin Pablo Escobar’s top assassins, here. Facebook Comments Related posts:Costa Rican journalist attacked, injured by mob at crime scene Remembering pal and roommate James Foley In Syria, freelancers like James Foley cover a dangerous war zone with no front lines Two US journalists killed during live TV broadcastlast_img read more

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