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  • Welltec man to take CFO role at Maersk Supply

    first_imgDanish offshore shipowner Maersk Supply Service (MSS) has named a new chief financial officer (CFO).Maersk Supply said on Friday that Michael Krabbe would join the company as the CFO and head of business services on December 1, 2017. He will replace Kasper Mahon Andreasen, who joined Damco for a similar position in August.As CFO, Krabbe will report to CEO Steen S. Karstensen and will be a member of the senior management team at MSS.Krabbe currently holds the position of CFO in Welltec and brings with him six years of senior financial management experience.Before joining Welltec, Krabbe began his career in TDC and worked in various management positions within finance, from 2007-11 as Vice President. He holds an MSc in finance from Aarhus School of Business and an MSc in economics and finance from Warwick University.Karstensen said: “In addition to a strong track record from different finance positions throughout his career, Michael Krabbe brings a wealth of insight about the oil and gas industry.“Maersk Supply Service has an exciting yet challenging journey ahead where these skills will be needed. With Michael on board, we have made a strong addition to our leadership team.”last_img read more

  • Five things we learned in the Premier League

    first_imgJust one small part of @theowalcott‘s perfect weekend https://t.co/WO8DdVXdvv pic.twitter.com/QkElIAZpM3— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) November 28, 2016Walcott is a happy dadTheo Walcott might be in for a few sleepless nights after the birth of his second child, but the Arsenal winger produced a welcome delivery of his own to put his side on course for a 3-1 win over Bournemouth. Walcott’s partner Melanie did the hard work in bringing baby Arlo into the world on Friday and the England international marked the occasion with the crucial second goal at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. Callum Wilson cancelled out Alexis Sanchez’s opener for Arsenal with a contentious penalty, but Walcott produced a rare header from Nacho Monreal’s 53rd-minute cross — celebrating with a ‘rock the baby’ gesture — to restore the hosts’ lead. Sanchez’s second goal secured victory as Arsenal ended a run of three straight draws.Share on: WhatsApp Man United’s scoring problems are chronicThey may boast one of the most star-studded squads in world football, but Manchester United are currently experiencing a damaging goal shortage in the Premier League. Their 1-1 draw with West Ham United on Sunday was their fourth home league stalemate in succession — something they last experienced in 1980 — and in those games they have scored just three goals. United showed they know where the goal is in Thursday’s 4-0 Europa League win over Feyenoord, but their profligacy in the league is costing them. They currently stand in sixth place, a gaping 11 points below leaders Chelsea after just 13 matches. “Beautiful goals!”Pep gives his reaction to three points from #burnleyvcity #mcfcWatch: https://t.co/4eBRtQ2m4Y pic.twitter.com/XX1yaA6OAU— Manchester City (@ManCity) November 26, 2016Man City have depth in resources and spiritManchester City’s scruffy 2-1 win over Burnley on Saturday might have scored low on style points, but for Pep Guardiola, the trip to Turf Moor underlined the importance of his squad’s strength in depth. The City manager made five changes to his starting line-up following the mid-week Champions League draw against Borussia Moenchengladbach as he wanted “fresh legs”. The switches included leaving out defender John Stones and putting key midfielder Kevin De Bruyne on the bench. Burnley took a 14th-minute lead through Dean Marney’s volley, but City hit back to win via a pair of scrappy Sergio Aguero goals either side of half-time. City showed character to survive Burnley’s late pressure and record successive league wins for the first time since September.Liverpool must learn to live without Coutinho Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Sunderland came at the cost of an injury to Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho, who could be out until the New Year with suspected ankle ligament damage. The 24-year-old has been Liverpool’s key attacking player to date this season, supplying five goals and six assists and reportedly attracting interest from Barcelona. With fellow schemer Adam Lallana currently nursing a groin injury and Sadio Mane set for Africa Cup of Nations duty with Senegal in January, manager Jurgen Klopp finds himself without Coutinho at a particularly unfortunate juncture. London, United Kingdom | AFP | Chelsea stayed top, Manchester City registered a gritty win at Burnley, Manchester United lost more ground following yet another home draw and Liverpool were left sweating on Philippe Coutinho.Here are five things we learned in the Premier League this weekend:Chelsea can mix it tooChelsea stormed to the top of the Premier League with a run of six successive wins in which they generally outclassed their opponents. But Saturday’s 2-1 comeback victory over Tottenham Hotspur showed they are also capable of going toe-to-toe with teams who prove themselves to be on the same level. Christian Eriksen gave Spurs an 11th-minute lead and Mauricio Pochettino’s side were truly dominant in the first half, but goals either side of half-time by Pedro Rodriguez and Victor Moses turned the game on its head. Chelsea got to grips with Spurs’ high press and withstood the visitors’ physicality in midfield to reclaim their place at the league summit. They visit Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City next weekend looking to record an eighth successive league victory for the first time since 2010.last_img read more

  • Three Donegal eateries share slice of success in Food Awards

    first_imgA Donegal restaurant, a village gastropub and a local cafe all won top accolades in last night’s Food Awards Ireland.The event is an annual celebration of those who work hard to provide us with delicious dishes and unique experiences when we visit their establishments.Three excellent venues in Donegal celebrated success at the glamorous ceremony: Chandpur Indian Restaurant in Donegal won Best Indian Establishment in Ireland. This is the third year in a row that they have taken home this title, which they will add to their numerous national awards.Chandpur Indian Restaurant at the Food Awards Ireland 2019Mickalene’s Bar in Ardara enjoyed a double win last night by scooping the Ulster Gastro Pub of the Year Award and the Overall title of Ireland’s Gastro Pub of the Year 2019.Mickalene’s Bar at the Food Awards Ireland 2019A popular Donegal cafe was also winning on the double – Thyme Out Cafe and Tearooms in Glenveagh Castle picked up the Cafe/Bistro of the Year Ulster prize and the Cafe/Bistro of the Year Overall in Ireland.The Food Awards Ireland ceremony welcomed over 300 guests at The Crowne Plaza Hotel Dublin Airport on Monday. A Spokesperson for the Food Awards Ireland 2019 said: “We would like to thank the public for making The Food Awards Ireland, the leading celebration of those who thrive in the country’s food sector.“The awards celebrated everything related to food and provided a platform to thank those who have dedicated their whole career in providing us with great gastronomic delights. They also showcased amazing professionals that take our taste buds around the world by serving from Mexican and Italian to Oriental and the best of the East.“We would like to congratulate all winners and finalists for their amazing achievements.” Three Donegal eateries share slice of success in Food Awards was last modified: November 5th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Chandpur Indian RestaurantMickalene’s Barthyme Out Cafe and Tearooms in Glenveagh Castlelast_img read more

  • Ohio Plan Targets Phosphorous Runoff

    first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Todd NeeleyDTN Staff ReporterOMAHA (DTN) — Five years after a toxic algae bloom in Lake Erie contaminated drinking water in Toledo, Ohio, the state’s governor this week announced a plan to expand conservation efforts.In August 2014, Toledo residents were warned not to drink water during a three-day period due to the algae bloom. Questions were raised about the cause of the bloom in Lake Erie, and the finger was pointed at nutrient runoff from farms as a culprit.Republican Gov. Mike DeWine on Wednesday unveiled the voluntary “H2Ohio” initiative to invest in a number of steps to address phosphorous runoff.In a news conference on Friday, Scott Higgins, co-chair of the Ohio Agriculture Conservation Initiative and CEO of the Ohio Dairy Producers Association, said the governor’s plan likely will bring more farmers to the table in implementing best practices.“Farmers truly do understand the value of conservation,” he said. “This will help farmers do what they’ve wanted to do but couldn’t afford to do. This is the very first time agriculture, conservation and environmental interests are working together to align resources. We’re going to be able to access, measure and report back to the public on how we’re managing phosphorous movement. We’re absolutely committed to improving our state’s waterways.”Achieving meaningful reductions in phosphorous runoff, Higgins said, will be a long-term process.“It is essential that each practice is customized to the farm,” he said.The plan includes increasing implementation of agricultural best practices and the creation of wetlands, improving wastewater infrastructure, replacing failing home septic systems and preventing lead contamination in high-risk daycare centers and schools.In July, the Ohio General Assembly approved a two-year, $172 million funding package for water quality and infrastructure.The state of Iowa in recent years implemented a voluntary nutrient-reduction strategy. The plan was widely criticized by environmental interests that wanted the state to mandate conservation practices.Heather Taylor-Miesle, co-chairman of the Ohio Agriculture Conservation Initiative and executive director of the Ohio Environmental Council, said she supports Ohio’s program because it is a “good step” forward in addressing water quality.“I am in favor of things that make progress,” she said. “Progress is progress when it comes to clean water. When people come together and work toward solutions, that’s when we make progress. For far too long, this has been about warring factions. I have no doubt that if the science comes back on this and says it isn’t doing it, then we’re going to do something else.”In February 2019, Toledo voters approved a so-called Lake Erie “bill of rights” that empowers Toledo citizens to file lawsuits on behalf of the lake, potentially threatening farmers who operate in states bordering the lake, as well as in Canada.In March 2019, Custer, Ohio, farmer Mark Drewes filed a lawsuit alleging the measure violates his constitutional rights. The case remains in court.PROGRAM DETAILSDeWine said in a news release this week the new program will be unlike any other tried in the state.“Ohio has supported many programs to help farmers reduce nutrient loss over the years, but the state hasn’t done nearly enough, nor have previous plans focused enough, on reducing phosphorus runoff from agriculture,” he said. “That changes now.”The state has identified 10 best practices for reducing phosphorous runoff. They are soil testing, variable-rate fertilizing, subsurface nutrient application, manure incorporation, conservation crop rotation, cover crops, drainage water management, two-stage ditch construction, edge-of-field buffers and wetlands.Through a certification process, H2Ohio will provide economic incentives to farmers who develop nutrient-management plans that use a combination of the best practices.As part of the H2Ohio plan, counties in the Maumee River watershed will have localized phosphorus targets to help ensure accountability. Data collected from farmers will be aggregated and made publicly available.The program will be led by the Ohio Department of Agriculture, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, and Lake Erie Commission with support from the Ohio Agricultural Conservation Initiative, Ohio Farm Bureau, U.S. Department of Agriculture and others.Janelle Mead, CEO of the Ohio Federation of Soil and Water Conservation Districts, said the new program will make a difference for farmers.“We think this is going to bring a lot of new farmers into our offices,” she said.Higgins said the process starts by identifying what farmers are already doing and then set goals for expanding conservation.“We’re going to be very transparent about this process,” he said. “We’re building this as we go. We are very grateful the legislature is taking a long-term look at this. We hope as we administer the program there will be support long-term from the state. What we need to do is prove to the public that we’re doing it right. It is going to take more than two years.”Todd Neeley can be reached at [email protected] him on Twitter @toddneeleyDTN(AGSK)© Copyright 2019 DTN/The Progressive Farmer. All rights reserved.last_img read more

  • Should You Ever Give Your Client The Unedited Project Footage?

    first_imgSo you’ve finished a great video for your client. They’re happy. You’re happy. However, they want the footage files, too. What should you do?Cover image via Shutterstock. It’s happened to nearly every video producer at some point (and if it hasn’t happened yet, it will). You’ve gone through multiple rounds of revisions, you’ve perfected the client’s vision, and you’ve sent it off with fingers crossed. Good news: the client loves it — now the video appears as planned (YouTube, social, etc.). Then, a couple weeks later, the client wants you to hand over the project files and/or the footage.This is always a difficult moment. Your initial thought will probably be, “Well, what was wrong with what I delivered?” or “I never agreed to this” or even “They will have no idea how to use these files.”If you say no, the client might get upset. If you say yes, you might lose out on potential work in the future — or the client might take your work and make it terrible without your input. Even worse, they might release something terrible with your name still on it.Here are some of my personal thoughts on how to handle this situation.Expectations Are KeyImage via stockfour.Before you start any work on any project, you and the client both need to clearly lay out your expectations.I get it, though — sometimes a job just starts out weird. Every once in a while, you’ll just find yourself working for a client without having discussed contracts, expectations, or deliverables. Even though I have a pretty strict contract policy for my clients, every once in a while, I’ll find myself working on something without taking the necessary steps due to a time crunch or absent mindedness. It happens.This is almost always exactly when this situation arises.It’s crucial to make sure you don’t spend a single hour on a project working outside of the parameters you’ve agreed on. You need very clear expectations for project deliverables. When the client asks you if you are interested, the first thing you should tell them (after “yes”) is exactly what you will deliver — along with your quote.If you’ve already told your client that you don’t provide raw files unless you have previously agreed to do so, then you’ll have a leg to stand on when they ask for it.Know Your RoleImage via piaharrisphotography.This one might seem kind of obvious, but I wouldn’t mention it if I didn’t know about multiple cases when this idea didn’t come into consideration.There is a very big difference between being hired as a production company or as a shooter. As a shooter, your only job is probably providing footage. There’s no real high ground here when it comes to withholding footage. You have one job.If you are working as a production company, that means that you’re providing the works: shooting, editing, and producing. This is where you do have the high ground — the footage you shot is for the edit you will provide. The company is buying the final product, not your footage. If the client is absolutely hell-bent on getting their hands on your footage, you have every right to ask for more money.Don’t Be HeadstrongImage via Vulp.I understand that it can be frustrating to deal with a client who asks for a lot. But if you are dealing with a recurring client who brings you constant business, sometimes it’s easier to take the high road than fight tooth and nail. It’s a simple business decision: do you give something away for a small price (or even free) to secure work from this client in the future? If you burn a bridge because you don’t want to hand over raw footage, you might be in the right, but you might also lose out on thousands of dollars.On the other hand, if the client doesn’t respect your wishes and treats you terribly, then do you really want to work with them again in the future? If you politely decline to provide footage and they come back with expletives and threats to “ruin you in this town,” then bail. You don’t want that type of person on your client list.Play the SituationImage via nd3000.When it all boils down, the situation really helps you determine the best course of action. Is this client a repeat customer who pays on time? Is this a friend whom you don’t mind sharing with? Does the client have a good reason for raw footage (such as archival purposes)? Working out deals with people is straight-up business, and it’s a vital part of being a successful freelancer.And remember, If you really don’t want to hand over your raw footage, you still have the right to hold on to it if you are the one producing the video. If they politely ask for the footage, charge ’em. If they demand the footage . . .Charge ’em double.Looking for more information on video production? Check out these articles.Take Your Creative Briefs to the Next Level With Adobe InDesignFree AE Templates and Assets to Celebrate 25 Years of After EffectsEditing Tips: 8 Ways You Can Save a Shot in Post-ProductionWhy Video Producers Should Budget for Profit MarginsFreelance Tips: 7 Best Practices for Invoicing Clientlast_img read more

  • Gallery Mens Basketball vs Penn State

    Ohio State junior forward Andre Wesson (24) takes a shot in the first half of the game against Penn State on Feb. 7. Ohio State won 74-70. Credit: Ethan Clewell | Senior Lantern Reporter The Ohio State Men’s Basketball team beat Penn State 74-70 at the Schottenstein Center on Feb. 7. Photos by Ethan Clewell

  • Atletico charged by UEFA

    first_imgAtletico Madrid have been charged by the European football’s governing body UEFA over an alleged “racist” banner that their supporters had during their Europa League triumph against Marseille on Wednesday, reports PunchngA disciplinary hearing will be conducted by the UEFA to investigate the allegation and the governing body have also charged Marseille after some of their own fans had set off smoke bombs before the beginning of the final.While harmless, they caused the match to be delayed and the Ligue 1 club are now waiting to hear from UEFA after being accused of “crowd disturbances, acts of damages, setting off fireworks and throwing objects and late kick-off” at Lyon.Gerard Pique, Neymar, BarcelonaLa Liga Betting: Match-day 4 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Despite it being very early into La Liga season, both Barcelona and Real Madrid have had unprecedented starts to their campaigns. With this in…Meanwhile, Atletico’s supporters in France were allegedly holding a banner that appeared to show a Nazi war ensign and it is believed that they set off fireworks.Both cases will be conducted on May 31 by UEFA’s control, ethics and disciplinary body.last_img read more

  • Spalleti wants to maintain Inters winning run

    first_imgLuciano Spalletti aims to maintain Inter Milan’s winning run when they square up against SPAL with his rotation policy.Inter are currently fourth on the log thanks to their last three wins in Italy’s top-flight, a form they have replicated in the Champions League by beating Tottenham and PSV.Spalletti has confirmed he will ring the changes against SPAL like he has done all season long and further revealed he would not tolerate any form of complacency.“Rotation? I have starters for one game and starters for another game, but it’s always Inter that takes to the pitch,” Spalletti told a news conference.“Every match is a test, and every situation we face will be an opportunity to show that we’re worthy of Inter.“We need to maintain the quality that we’ve shown in this run of wins. I’m certain that the team will be ready, especially mentally.Romelu Lukaku, Serie A, Inter MilanCapello calls Lukaku “a modern striker” Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The former Italian manager believes Romelu Lukaku is perfectly suited for Antonio Conte’s Internazionale Milan in the Serie A.“We’ve still not shown our best, and we can’t feel comfortable because of these wins, even if they were in the Champions League.”One player who has been limited for game time this term is Borja Valero, who has made just four appearances in all competitions, and just one start.But Spalletti is confident the former Fiorentina midfielder can still have an impact in a supporting role.“A player with the career that Valero has had can be out of the team and still make a difference in a few minutes,” Spalletti said.“We have more players like him and more will be able to go on an important journey themselves.”last_img read more

  • Dario Benedetto relieved to score again after long injury layoff

    first_imgBoca Juniors striker Dario Benedetto admitted his relief after scoring his first goal since November 2017 following a long spell on the sidelines with a knee injuryThe Argentina international struck twice in the final 10 minutes to hand Boca a 2-0 win over Brazilian side Palmeiras in the Copa Libertadores semi-final first leg.After rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee before suffering further problems with his Achilles tendinitis and hamstring, Benedetto was naturally thrilled afterwards.“It was hard for me to score again. It wasn’t going right for me. I am happy to return in a moment as important as a semi-final,” said Benedetto on Fox Sports.“I’ve been working after many setbacks – I still have tendinitis, the strain. Those blows can crush you, but then this can also happen.“I liked the second goal a lot because of the touch, but I prefer the first. It was a relief for me to score again after so long, more so in a semi-final.”Boca coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto, who brought Benedetto on the 77th minute for Ramon Abila from the bench, praised the 28-year-old’s efforts.River Plate v Boca Juniors - Copa CONMEBOL Libertadores 2018Match Preview: River Plate vs Boca Juniors Boro Tanchev – September 1, 2019 It is time for one of the most intense derby games in the world, as River Plate and Boca Juniors go head-to-head tonight at 22:00 (CET).“He’s back from injury. He had a muscle injury in his recovery and started from zero,” said Barros Schelotto.“An injury delayed everything, but he made his mark on the pitch. He deserves all the credit. He’s a star.”Boca will now meet Palmeiras for the second leg in Brazil in two weeks time.🎥 ¡El frentazo de @PipaBenedetto para abrir el marcador en la Bombonera! pic.twitter.com/YTExAnAHsj— Boca Jrs. Oficial 🏆🏆 (@BocaJrsOficial) October 25, 2018last_img read more

  • Crack Down on Illegal Street Side Vendors

    first_img Nearly 100 Haitian migrants caught by TCI Police Marine division Related Items:Colin Farquhar, royal turks and caicos police force Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppGrand Turk, 24 Sept 2014 – Police encouraged to crack down on illegal street side vendors by Cabinet yesterday during the regular fortnightly meeting; this following a detailed report from the outgoing TCI Police Commissioner Colin Farquhar. The plan and priorities presentation reportedly included details on providing all the islands with safe and secure communities… a way for the Force to optimise resources and explained and explored the benefits of a reserve police unit; likely to build the manpower of the Police departments. Freeze proposed on new security firms Security firms lodge complain about former Police Commissioner Farquhar new joblast_img read more