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Eni sells 20 pct Nour North Sinai share to Mubadala

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first_imgIllustration purposes only (Image courtesy Eni)Italian energy company Eni agreed to sell 20 percent of its participating interest in the Nour North Sinai Offshore concession, in Egypt, to Mubadala Petroleum.In the concession, which is in participation with Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS), Eni holds an 85 percent stake in partnership with Tharwa Petroleum Company, which holds a 15 percent stake of the contractor’s share where Eni & Tharwa are collectively the contractors.Nour is a block located in the prolific East Nile Delta Basin of the Mediterranean Sea, approximately 50 km offshore in the Eastern Mediterranean, in water depth ranging from 50 to 400 meters, and covers a total area of 739 square kilometers.Eni and Tharwa Petroleum Company are currently carrying out the drilling of the exploration well as foreseen in the first exploration period of the Nour concession.last_img read more

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Golf : Woods mulling approach from proposed Premier League

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first_img Loading… Its events would run from January to September with 48-player fields in a four-man, 12-team format battling for $10 million purses at 54-hole events.There would be an individual $2 million top prize at each event, as well as team prize money.“There’s a lot of information that we’re still looking at and whether it’s reality or not, but just like everybody else, we’re looking into it,” Woods said.Organizers are aiming to draw the top players from the US and European PGA Tours, but it’s not yet clear how players could compete on the new circuit and maintain their ties with the tours that made them stars.“We’ve been down this road before,” Woods noted as he spoke to reporters at Riviera Country Club prior to teeing it up on Thursday in the US Tour’s Genesis Invitational.He cited the World Golf Championships as an elite series created to bring together the world’s best golfers at events outside the four major championships and the US tour’s Players Championship – which consistently draws a strong international field.“So this is a natural evolution,” he said, while remaining non-comittal on what the venture’s actual chances for success might be.“Whether or not things like this are going to happen, ideas like this are going to happen going forward.”Woods would be 46 if the league meets its aim of starting in 2022, but there’s no doubt he would be a top draw on any star-driven circuit.But the ties of players like Woods to the established tours and their sponsors – he serves as host of this week’s event at Riviera which benefits his charitable foundation – make the matter complicated.Five-time major winner Phil Mickelson said last month that he found the proposal “intriguing.”In releasing plans for the league, the World Golf Group said it was their intention “to work with, rather than challenge, exiting tours.” Promoted Content9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseTake A Look At The Celebs Who Lost Their Money And Why7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes6 Movies Where A Car Plays A Key RoleBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThis Is Why Plus-Size Models Should Always Be An Inspiration “My team’s been aware of it and we’ve delved into the details of it and trying to figure it out just like everyone else,” Woods said of the proposed 18-event tour.center_img Tiger Woods said Tuesday he’s been approached by organizers of a proposed Premier Golf League and said he has “delved into the details” trying to understand how the new circuit would work.Advertisement Read Also: Woods still struggling to get to grips with Bryant’s deathBut Golf Channel reported that PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan had sent a letter to players saying in the tour’s opinion the proposed league schedule is in conflict with the PGA Tour.He noted that PGA Tour members are restricted to a limited number of non-tour “conflicting events” per season.PGA Tour regulations also state that a member “cannot have a financial interest in another player,” a rule that could scupper Premier Golf League team ownership by any player that wants to maintain US tour membership.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Bud Nunier – Brookville

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first_imgThose surviving who will honor Bud’s memory include his siblings, Marilyn Neukam of Brookville, Charlene Fox of Laurel, Loraine (Melvin) Pulskamp of Batesville, Eileen Rosenberger of Brookville, John Nunier of Brookville, Geraldine (David) Sourbeer of Cambridge City, Dennis (Tina) Nunier of Brookville, Carol (John) Carmack of Oxford, OH and Doris (Mike) Munchel of Cambridge City, and several nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers-in-law, Ralph Neukam and Lowell Dean Fox and a sister-in-law Kay Nunier. Mmeorial contributions can be directed to the St. Michael Capitol Campaign.  To sign the online guestbook please visit www.cookrosenberger.com.  Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home and its staff are honored to care for the family of Bud Nunier. Bud Nunier, of Brookville, was born on May 23, 1940 in Brookville the son of Edward J. and Florence A. Volz Nunier.  Early in life he was severely disabled in a car accident and spent most of his life at home with his parents and nine siblings.  On Friday, May 11, 2018 at the age of 77, after many years at Brookville Healthcare Center, he passed away.center_img Friends may visit with the family on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 from 10 until time of service at 11:30 a.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville.  Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery.last_img read more

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April 14, 2019 Police Blotter

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first_imgApril 14, 2019 Police Blotter041419 Decatur County Fire Report041419 Decatur County EMS Report041419 Decatur County Jail Report041419 Decatur County Law Report041419 Batesville Police Blotterlast_img

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Former Bulldog Baseball Standout Zach Britton Selected In 5th Round By Blue Jays

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first_imgFormer Batesville Bulldog and University of Louisville Cardinal Baseball junior standout outfielder Zach Britton was selected 136th during the 5th Round of The Major League Baseball Draft by The Toronto Blue Jays.Britton started all 17 games for the Cardinals before the cancelation of this season. He was leading all Division I hitters with 11 doubles in the brief year after hitting five homers in 28 games in the Cape Cod League last summer.Zach was a four-year letter winner during his time with The Batesville Bulldogs being a three-time all EIAC as well as being the 2017 District Player of the Year.last_img

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Students for Justice in Palestine condemns conservative speaker event

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first_imgYoung Americans for Freedom, which is hosting Ben Shapiro, has spent approximately $1,000 creating a protest space for students during the event in Alumni Park. (Adriana Sanchez | Daily Trojan)Students for Justice in Palestine released a new statement on social media Wednesday condemning the upcoming event with conservative commentator Ben Shapiro organized by the Young Americans for Freedom.“We object to YAF’s endeavor to enshrine hatred as fact,” the statement read. “We object to USC’s callous disregard for marginalized students on campus. Above all, we object to this shameless attempt by YAF and its billionaire donors to push their dehumanizing political agenda.”The statement follows concerns from SJP regarding miscommunication with Trojan Events Services about designated locations where the group will be allowed to protest. Assistant Department of Public Safety Chief David Carlisle said the University is not planning to block off any parts of campus during the Shapiro event. DPS is encouraging students to protest in areas away from Bovard Auditorium to avoid violence. YAF has also spent an estimated $1,000 on creating a designated protest space, which will most likely be at Alumni Park, YAF chairman Maxwell Brandon said. There will be fencing at the space to separate those attending the event from those protesting to avoid potential problems, he said. “They can protest all they want as long as they’re not getting violent,” Brandon said. “Unfortunately the school felt it was necessary based on past history at these events where people in our position have gotten violent.”SJP said they will still protest at Tommy Trojan during the event. In the statement, SJP added that by allowing Shapiro to speak on campus, the University is disregarding the well-being of its students. “As long as USC provides a platform for these ideas with students’ money, they enable violence, too,” the statement read. “Violence that we have a moral obligation to respond to, even if we do not experience it firsthand, and violence that we must protect ourselves from, when we do.”The statement was tagged with the hashtag #SoundTheAlarm, which was used in a similar statement shared by the Black Student Assembly and other cultural assemblies last Thursday. The initial statement erroneously said that the University was providing funds to YAF for extra security and that K-9s and undercover police officers from the Los Angeles Police Department would be present at the event. However, that is not the case, according to DPS officials; DPS will be joined by “a modest amount” of LAPD officers at the event, while the rest of the officers will be on standby.“It is our responsibility to assess the needs and provide sufficient resources to ensure the safety of members of our campus community and event participants,” DPS Chief John Thomas said in a statement to the Daily Trojan last weekend. “Our role is to make sure that all parties on campus may safely exercise their first amendment rights in accordance with university policy.”last_img read more

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2017 County Senior Football Championship Draw

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first_imgGroup 2Moyle RoversArravale RoversAherlow GaelsFethardGroup 3Loughmore-CastleineyGaltee RoversEire Og AnnacartyArdfinnanGroup 4Clonmel CommercialsBallyporeenCahirUpperchurch-Drombane This is how they came out of the hat at the Sarsfields Centre in Thurles:Group 1Kilsheelan-KilcashDrom’n’InchJK BrackensKillenaulelast_img

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Kindred Group strengthens EFDN partnership

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first_img Submit Share Kindred Group has been named as the first commercial Community Partner of the European Football Development Network (EFDN), which will see the two ‘promote the power of football as a tool for social development.’The announcement comes as the betting and gaming group builds upon its initial agreement made in Spring 2019, which saw Kindred sponsor EFDN’s ‘Active Fans’ programme. The enhanced partnership has been seen as a ‘natural step forward’ for Kindred.Henrik Tjärnström, CEO of Kindred Group, commented: “We are very proud and excited to be a part of the EFDN network. We feel that the work EFDN do is very important and aligns well with Kindred values.“We truly believe that this will be a successful partnership where we will be able to build great things together. For example, we will share our knowledge and experience by developing and implementing an anti-match fixing programme to the extensive network of EFDN member clubs.”EFDN consists of a network of professional football clubs, leagues and Football Associations across Europe who collaborate in promoting community-focused and social responsibility initiatives.Hubert Rovers, CEO of EFDN added: “We are proud to present Kindred as our first commercial Community partner. There is a natural fit between EFDN and Kindred as we both share the love for football and are leaders in our industries in terms of taking responsibility for the community and in contributing to sustainability.“Kindred uses a new sustainability-driven framework for sponsorships and promotes community initiatives through its partnerships with clubs and leagues. At EFDN, we strive to raise the quality and impact of community programmes through knowledge exchange and collaboration.“Together with Kindred, we will further develop the social power of football and will not only promote values like Fair Play and respect, but also education, diversity, social cohesion, and physical activity.“Through our partnership, we are certain that we can make a long-term contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and inspire other stakeholders in football to become more sustainable.” Share Related Articles Kindred marks fastest route to ‘normal trading’ as it delivers H1 growth July 24, 2020 Unibet backs #GoRacingGreen as lead racing charity  July 28, 2020 StumbleUpon Mace launches EQ Connect to solve the industry’s ‘single view’ conundrum on identifying risk  August 10, 2020last_img read more

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Simone Biles blasts USA Gymnastics: ‘You literally had one job and you couldn’t protect us’

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first_imgSimone Biles became emotional Wednesday talking about the abuse many gymnasts suffered over the years and said USA Gymnastics failed to help them.While at Kansas City’s Sprint Center, which will host the 2019 U.S. Gymnastics Championships this week, Biles blasted the organization with tears in her eyes. “I think it’s important because we have a platform,” Biles said. “When we tweet it obviously goes a long way, so we’re blessed to be given a platform so people will hear and listen.“But it’s not easy coming back to the sport, coming back to the organization that has failed you. But at this point, I just try to think I’m here as a professional athlete with my club team. It’s not easy being out there because every day is a reminder of what I went through and what I’ve been through and what I’m going through and how I’ve come out of it.” Ex-Michigan State dean sentenced to prison, stemming from Larry Nassar probe “I try not to think about it, but it’s hard,” Biles said. “Once you see the FBI even was on it and (Nassar) drank with (former USA Gymnastics president) Steve Penny. It’s like, ‘Did you guys not really like us that much that you just couldn’t do your job?’”“At the end of the day its really sad for us because it becomes a problem when we work with future people. How can we trust them? They bring in new people all the time and I automatically put my foot up because they’re people I have known for years had failed us…It’s hard to talk about, really hard to talk about.”Biles’ criticism of USA Gymnastics comes after she tweeted Sunday she was angry at the organization after a Congressional report found that neglience by Olympic and USA Gymnastics officials allowed the abuse to go on.The more I learn, the more I hurt. USAG failed us. USOC failed us. Many failed us. And they continue to fail us. Real and actual change isn’t easy but it’s clear there’s a lot more work that needs to be done.https://t.co/owRBFtacfn— Simone Biles (@Simone_Biles) August 5, 2019″The more I learn, the more I hurt. USAG failed us. USOC failed us. Many failed us. And they continue to fail us. Real and actual change isn’t easy but it’s clear there’s a lot more work that needs to be done,” Biles’ tweet read.Biles added Wednesday that the gymnasts did everything USA Gymnastics wanted them to do, including winning dozens of medals. That’s why she said she’s using Twitter and other social media platforms to bring accountability to these organizations. Former Michigan State president retires amid criminal investigation Simone Biles extends six-year win streak with all-around victory at U.S. Classic “I just feel like — I don’t mean to cry,” she said. “It’s hard coming here for an organization and having had them fail us so many times. We had one goal and we did everything they asked us for, even if we didn’t want to. And they couldn’t do one damn job. You had one job. You literally had one job and you couldn’t protect us.”Emotional @Simone_Biles expresses frustration toward USA gymnastics at the 2019 U.S. Championships. pic.twitter.com/eM9ameQw6e— Olympic Channel (@olympicchannel) August 7, 2019Biles is one of the many victims of former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, who in January 2018 was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison for decades of abuse.  Related Newslast_img read more

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Another Eternal Sarajevo Derby without Goals

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first_imgYesterday on Grbavica was played 110th eternal derby between FC Zeljeznicar and FC Sarajevo.The match started with opened game of both teams and the first chance came up already in the third minute for the attacker of Sarajevo Mersudin Ahmetovic, whose shot defended Vedran Kjosevski.During the match, ”the blue team” had bigger ball possession and created attacks, but there were no changes in the result.In the first half of the match, Sarajevo was defending and waited for a chance from a counter-attack while maroon team put the goal of the host in danger on several occasions.Five minutes of the second half of the match, FC Sarajevo threatened over Hebibovic whose center shot did not finish on the head of attackers of the maroon team, so Zeljo’s defense managed to remove the ball from their part of the field without major problems.Just before the end of the meeting, Saric threatened from a free-kick, but the home team’s goalkeeper managed to defend his shot.nothing changed by the end of the match and another eternal derby ended without goals.(Source: N1)last_img read more

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