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NMSP Investigate Plane Crash In Pecos Wilderness

first_imgNMSP News:MORA COUNTY – The Office of Medical Investigator (OMI) has identified the pilot in the plane crash in the Pecos Wilderness in Mora County as Nicholas Peterson, 29, of Littleton, Colo. OMI is still investigating to identify the passenger. New Mexico State Police was notified Sept. 26 of an airplane that went missing after taking off from the Santa Fe Airport in Santa Fe. The airplane was a single engine fixed winged four seat aircraft out of Colorado. There were two occupants, Peterson and a passenger. They were last seen refueling and taking off from the Santa Fe Airport, when Santa Fe air traffic control lost contact with the airplane. A search and rescue was initiated by New Mexico State Police. New Mexico Civil Air Patrol, a New Mexico Army National Guard helicopter and New Mexico Search and Rescue ground teams searched the area of the last known location of the airplane’s emergency beacon. A search was conducted in the Santa Fe National Park and the Pecos Wilderness.At about 9 a.m. Sept. 30, after a three-day intensive search, New Mexico State Police and a New Mexico Search and Rescue ground team located an airplane crash site in the Pecos Wilderness, near Hamilton Mesa in Mora County. There were two bodies located in the crash. They were pronounced deceased by the Office of Medical Investigator. New Mexico State Police is working in collaboration with the Office of Medical Investigator to identify the deceased passenger and confirming the identity of the airplane. At this time it is not confirmed this is the missing airplane.National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) investigators were notified to investigate the crash. Inquiries into the cause of the crash should be made to the FAA. No other information is available at this time.For identification of the airplane, refer all inquiries to the FAA.last_img read more

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Elkem completes REC acquisition

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MMT Exhibits at EWEA Offshore 2013

first_imgMMT, a Swedish marine survey company offering turnkey services, announced that they will be present at the EWEA Offshore 2013.It is less than a month to this year’s big offshore wind event which starts on 19 November 2013 in Frankfurt.The Company will be exhibiting on stand 30F80.MMT offers a complete set of marine surveys within the offshore wind energy market and the marine cable sector. As specialists, the Company has the experience to manage and execute your geophysical and geotechnical surveys.[mappress]October 24, 2013last_img read more

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Sonde Resources: No Cash, No Farm-Out (Tunisia)

first_img[mappress]Press Release, November 18, 2013 Sonde Resources Corp announced today that the North Africa farm-out agreement with Viking Exploration and Production Tunisia Limited (“Viking”) has been terminated.Under the terms of the Assignment Agreement to Viking dated October 4, 2013 (the “Assignment”), Viking had 21 calendar days (until October 25, 2013) to fund its $40 MM share of the Bank Guarantee called for under the Assignment. At Viking’s request, Joint Oil and Sonde subsequently granted an additional 21 day extension, until November 15, 2013, to complete this funding. Viking was unable to obtain this funding, which was a condition precedent to closing the farm-out.“Sonde does not believe Viking is likely to gain access to these funds in the near future, and has subsequently terminated the farm-out agreement,” said Sonde in a press release.Sonde said it would continue to work with Joint Oil and the other parties on finalizing the unitization and unit plan of development for Zarat Field by end of 2013 as requested by the Tunisian Direction Générale de l’Energie. The company said its management believes that the work completed on the Joint Oil Block combined with an approved Plan of Development and ratified Unit Agreement will enhance the marketability and market value of Zarat, and plans to immediately launch a revitalized marketing campaign for the Joint Oil Block seeking either a partner, external funding or both for Zarat development and the Joint Oil Block exploration commitments.Toufic Nassif, President Sonde North Africa, said “Viking’s failure to close the farm-out agreement is a disappointment, but by no means diminishes our enthusiasm for the significant potential of the Joint Oil Block, or our commitment to the strong partnership we have built with Joint Oil. We will aggressively market this asset over the coming weeks, seeking a deal that recognizes and rewards the value proposition that Sonde shareholders own.”Sonde Resources Corp. is a Calgary, Alberta, Canada based energy company engaged in the exploration and production of oil and natural gas. Its operations are located in Western Canada and offshore North Africa.last_img read more

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VARD to Build Diving Support Vessel for Kreuz Subsea

first_imgVard Holdings Limited (“VARD”) has secured a contract for the design and construction of one Diving Support and Construction Vessel for Singapore-based Kreuz Subsea Group.The vessel will be of VARD 3 17 design, with a total length of 91.2 meters and a beam of 21.5 meters, and has been developed especially for diving support and subsea construction duties. Designed by Vard Design in Ålesund, Norway, and with hull construction to be carried out at Vard Tulcea in Romania, delivery is scheduled from Vard Søviknes in Norway in 2Q 2017.The DP2 class vessel will have a 100-ton active heave compensated offshore crane, and is prepared for Remote Operating Vehicles (ROVs). The diving system features a single bell system for a maximum of 12 divers, and can operate in water depths of up to 300 meters with a surface diving spread suitable for air diving in up to 50 meters depth. The diving accommodation is divided into three saturation living chambers. The vessel will be built according to latest SPS regulations, and can accommodate up to 105 persons, the company informed.VARD CEO and Executive Director Roy Reite said, “I would like to welcome the Kreuz Subsea group as a new client for VARD, and look forward to working with them on this exciting project. Being chosen to develop and build this innovative vessel for use in the Asia Pacific region is proof that our technology and designs are applicable to diverse offshore environments globally, and we are able to expand our reach into new markets.”[mappress mapid=”11984″]last_img read more

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OPT’s net loss widens as costs grow

first_imgOcean Power Technologies (OPT) has reported an increase in net loss of $2 mln for the fiscal year ended April 30, 2015, due to the increase in the project costs.The net loss for the fiscal year was $13.2 million, as compared to a net loss of $11.2 million for the year ended April 30, 2014.According to OPT, the increase in the company’s net loss reflects an increase in estimated project costs associated with OPT’s contract with Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding (MES).In addition, an increase in legal fees, as well as higher consulting and patent amortization costs contributed to the net loss, the company said.OPT reported the revenue of $4.1 million for the fiscal year ended April 30, 2015, as compared to revenue of $1.5 million for the previous fiscal year.The increase in revenue is primarily related to increased billable work for the removal of anchor and mooring equipment from the seabed off the coast of Oregon, increased billable work under the current phase of OPT’s project with MES, and the completion of WavePort contract with the European Union, OPT’s press release reads.Recently, OPT received final permit approval for the deployment of its PB40 power buoy off New York City. The device will be deployed approximately 55 km southeast of the New York City Harbour. George Kirby, President and Chief Executive of OPT, said: “As we begin fiscal 2016, we continue to aggressively drive the deliverables that we set out earlier this year. In addition to achieving fully permitted status for deployment of our PB40 buoy, we have begun deployment of the mooring system and we are currently monitoring for a suitable weather window for final buoy deployment. We will soon achieve fully permitted status for deployment of our APB-350 A1 buoy, which we also expect to deploy this summer.”Ocean Power Technologies is a New Jersey-based wave energy developer that has designed their proprietary PowerBuoy technology based on a modular design.[mappress mapid=”545″]Image: OPTlast_img read more

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STR’s Cabling Solution for CEFAS

first_imgSubsea Technology & Rentals (STR) have secured an order to design and manufacture bespoke cabling solution for the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS).STR were approached by CEFAS to produce a cable design to expand the capabilities of the STR SeaSpyder telemetry camera system.The cabling solution was designed in-house at STR to enable the SeaSpyder telemetry system and fibreoptic mux to directly interface with six of STR underwater LEDs, an array of laser pointers and line generators, altimeter and depth compass.Brian Patterson, cable moulding supervisor at STR said: “At STR we specialize in working with our clients to develop and manufacture creative solutions to help overcome their more complex operational needs. Our team of technicians are experienced in designing and manufacturing cabling solutions for unique applications for clients across all sectors of the industry, no matter how challenging.”last_img read more

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Metamorph continues buyout spree with BPL purchase

first_imgConsolidator Metamorph Law has made a further acquistion with the buyout of south-west conveyancing firm BPL Solicitors.BPL, based in Dorchester, Bristol and Bournemouth, was formed in 2005 by solicitors David Bridge and Mark Stimson. It has around 100 staff.David Bridge, co founder of BPL, will take on the role of national head of Metamorph Law’s conveyancing division.Further details, including the cost of the deal, have not been revealed.Simon Goldhill, founder and director of strategy at Metamorph, said: ‘This deal gives us real presence in the residential conveyancing market, adding a recognised and respected brand to our stable.’Bridge said: ‘The opportunity to join the Metamorph business gives BPL an excellent platform on which to continue to grow and develop its brand.’Metamorph Law, which received an ABS licence in April 2016, was created to acquire, transform and aggregate existing high street firms focused on private client and SME work. Other firms it has bought include north-west firm Linder Myers and Shropshire-based SLC Solicitors.In the past the buyer has made distressed purchases, picking out firms in financial difficulty, though the latest deal does not fall into that category.last_img read more

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Lisboa metro modernisation moves ahead

first_imgPORTUGAL: Metropolitano de Lisboa has called tenders for the supply of 14 three-car trainsets and CBTC to replace the signalling, which dates from the 1970s. A total investment of €127m is planned. The new rolling stock is expected to arrive in 2022, with entry into service of the trains and new signalling in 2025. With GoA 2 operation and a larger fleet, headways would be able to shorten to less than 4 min. Capacity on the four-line network would increase by 20%.last_img

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