Chart shows between March 11 and March 19 the daily cases of COVID-19 by county in New Mexico. Courtesy/Eli Ben-Naim Chart shows the cumulative number of COVID-19 cases to date statewide. Courtesy/Eli Ben-Naim
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Rune Magnus LundetræLundetræ served as deputy ceo and cfo of Borr Drilling from December 2016 to December 2019. From August 2015 to December 2016, he was managing director and head of oil services at DNB Markets – the investment banking subsidiary of DNB. Prior to that, he served as cfo of Seadrill, one of the world’s leading offshore drilling companies. At the end of July, HLPFI reported that OHT, through its VIND subsidiary, signed an agreement with China Merchants Heavy Industry (CMHI) in Jiangsu, China, for the construction of two wind turbine installation vessels, with the option for a further two units.www.oht.no
BULGARIA: Plans for the sale of the BDZ Tovarnni Prevosi freight business of national railway operator BDZ EAD were formally announced by the government’s Privatisation & Post-Privatisation Control Agency on June 12.The agency said the aim of the sale is to allow the freight business to survive, modernise and grow within a competitive environment, and also to raise funds for the state-owned rail holding company. Bids for 2 325 087 shares, representing 100% of the business, are to be submitted within 135 days of the official publication of the decision to sell the business. Tenders are to be evaluated on the basis of price (70 points) and proposed investment (30 points). The number of employees must be retained at present levels for at least three years. Sale to an established freight operator or a financial investor is anticipated. Potential bidders are required to have at least 10 years experience of rail freight operations with a minimum income of €400m for each of the last three years, or to have managed assets worth €1bn for the last three years. BDZ’s freight traffic totalled 2 266 million tonne-km in 2010; its assets include more than 12 000 wagons.
Proceeds of the offering taken at the service will benefit charities in the South Florida community as well as in Jamaica. Consuls General Franz Hall is inviting all Jamaicans and friends of the Diaspora to participate in this special occasion of thanksgiving to commemorate this new milestone in the nation’s history. In recognition of Jamaica’s 55th Anniversary of Independence, the Consulate General of Jamaica in Miami will hold the annual Ecumenical Service on Sunday, August 6 at 4:00 p.m. The Service will be held at The Faith Center, 5555 NW 95 Avenue, Sunrise, FL 33351. This year, the cultural performances that will precede the Worship and will include performances by the massed voice South Florida Caribbean Chorale, the Tallawah Mento Band and the Jamaica Folk Revue, and the Sierra Norwood Youth Voice Ensemble. This year’s sermon will be delivered by the Most Rev. Charles H. Dufour, Archbishop Emeritus, Kingston, Jamaica. The officiating clergy will be Bishop Henry Fernandez, Senior Pastor of the Faith Center Ministries. Participating clergy will be the Reverend Jeremy Froyen, Associate to the Rector, Holy Sacrament Church, Pembroke Pines and Mr. Michael Maragh of the Power of Faith Ministries International, Portmore, St. Catherine, Jamaica.
In the first three months of 2015, CWT members submitted 384 total requests for export assistance – 285 for cheese and 99 for butter. Of those requests, CWT provided member cooperatives with assistance on 138 – 83 cheese and 55 butter.The result is sales contracts for 23.9 million pounds of Cheddar, Gouda and Monterey Jack cheese and 24.7 million pounds of butter to be delivered through September 2015.Asia was again the primary destination for CWT-assisted cheese exports, accounting for 61 percent of cheese exports with the Middle East next at 21 percent. Japan accounted for 58 percent of the cheese sales in Asia. Of the total cheese sales, 81 percent were Cheddar cheese, 7 percent were Monterey Jack and 12 percent were Gouda cheese.advertisementThe Middle East continued to account for the majority of first-quarter butter export sales at 64 percent, with 22 percent going to North Africa. Saudi Arabia will receive the majority (83 percent) of the region’s assisted sales of butter.Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) provided the content on this page. CWT was designed by America’s dairy farmers to benefit all U.S. dairy farmers. It is a voluntary, producer-funded program developed by National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) to strengthen and stabilize producer prices. Participating producers contribute four cents per hundredweight of milk produced to fund the program. For membership information go to the website. The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) export assistance program in 2015 continues to protect export market share as well as expand markets for U.S. dairy products.The program continued to focus on dairy products that most directly impact producers’ revenue stream – American-type cheeses and butter containing 82 percent butterfat.advertisementadvertisement
MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE RESULTSGEORGIA GWINNETT RESULTS PENSACOLA, Fla. – The No. 2-ranked University of West Florida men’s tennis team defeated Gulf South Conference opponent Mississippi College 8-1 and fell to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics No. 1-ranked Georgia Gwinnett Grizzlies 4-5 at home on Saturday at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex. West Florida (20-3, 9-0 GSC) ends GSC play in the regular season undefeated and improves to 12-2 at home. No. 2 West Florida 8, Mississippi College 1 Junior Pablo Borrero (Pereira, Colombia) and sophomore Pablo Tellez (Bogota, Columbia/Colegio) won 8-4 at number one doubles while junior Juan Pablo Boada (La Paz, Bolivia) and sophomore Douglas Boe (Vinhedo, Brazil) fell at number two doubles 6-8. Junior Valentim Goncalves (Curitiba, Brazil) and sophomore Pedro Roese (Novo Hamburgo, Brazil) won 8-5 at number three doubles.Boe won at number one singles 6-1, 6-2 while Boada won 6-2, 6-0 at number two singles. Redshirt freshman Sebastian Sanchez won at number three singles 6-2, 6-0 while Tellez won 6-0, 6-1 at number four singles. Junior Richard Hornby (Christchurch, New Zealand) won at number five singles 6-1, 6-3 while junior Tom Dynka (Kitchener, Ontario) won 6-0, 6-2 at number six singles.Georgia Gwinnett 5, No. 2 West Florida 4 West Florida’s No. 1-ranked doubles team of junior Warren Kuhn (Johannesburg, South Africa) and senior Elio Latella (Sydney, Australia) defeated the NAIA No. 10-ranked doubles team of Lachlan McPhee and Luke Moreland at number two doubles 8-3. Junior Kenny Brasil (Apucarana, Brazil) and sophomore Alex Peyrot (Castelnaudary, France) defeated the NAIA No. 1-ranked doubles team of Connor Clements and Jordan Cox 8-5 at number two doubles while junior Pablo Borrero (Pereira, Colombia) and sophomore Pablo Tellez (Bogota, Columbia/Colegio) fell at number three doubles 2-8. No. 9. Peyrot fell to NAIA No. 2 Cox 4-6, 2-6 at number one singles while No. 25 Kuhn fell to NAIA No. 5 Kevin Konfederak at number two singles 5-7, 3-6. No. 31 Brasil defeated NAIA No. 6 Matias Hatem 3-6, 6-4, 2-2 (ret) at number three singles while Borrero fell to NAIA No. 42 Clements at number four singles 6-4, 3-6, 3-6. Sophomore Douglas Boe (Vinhedo, Brazil) fell at number five singles 4-6, 0-6 while Sanchez defeated NAIA No. 40 McPhee 6-4, 7-6 at number six singles. West Florida will wrap up the regular season at home on Saturday, April by facing NAIA opponent Xavier (La.) at 10 a.m. CT. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS# Print Friendly Version
The Browns are making a roster move at the tight end spot, as reports say that the team is releasing tight end Darren Fells. #Browns are releasing TE Darren Fells, source says. They were shopping him, as @ProFootballTalk said last night. Not a deep TE class in FA so should get some solid interest.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 10, 2019The release of Fells is interesting from the standpoint he lasted just one season in Cleveland after the Browns inked him to a three-year contract as an unrestricted free agent last offseason.While he is known mostly as a blocking tight end, he had a solid 2018 in the Browns offense, catching eight of nine passes that were thrown to him, and the highlight of his three touchdowns was a 49-yard TD in Baker Mayfield’s first NFL start against the Oakland Raiders in week four in Oakland. This upcoming season Fells was due to make $2.65 million, and once the move is official, the Browns will have to carry $1.4 million in dead money from his contract.The 32-year-old mostly blocking tight end and has 68 catches in his five-year NFL career. Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Matt Loede Related TopicsBrownsDarren Fellsfeatured
Casey Drottar Related TopicsAntonio CallawayAustin CorbettAustin SeibertCleveland BrownsCleveland CavaliersCleveland IndiansDan GilbertDanny SalazarDavid GriffinFranmil ReyesJohn DorseyLebron JamesTrevor BauerYasiel Puig The CLE Sports Talk podcast returns with one of the most jam-packed episodes ever. Casey Drottar opens it by breaking down the Trevor Bauer trade, as well as Danny Salazar‘s letdown debut. After checking in on some Browns training camp battles, he wraps it all up with a vent of the week on arguably one of the pettiest debates he’s ever heard.Check out the latest show here, and be sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
The number of tourists rose last year, partly thanks to a strong cruise industry, which brought a record number of one million passengers to Alaska’s ports. Cruise lines have added more ships for 2017 and are expecting to build those numbers again. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Tourists are expected to return to Alaska in record-breaking numbers, with the Alaska Travel Industry Association projecting a 2% increase over 2016’s record of 2 million visitors. The industry is credited with bringing $4 billion into Alaska’s economy each year, generating roughly 50,000 jobs.