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  • Kai Hafner stays at Hannover Burgdorf until 2020

    first_imgRecommended for you MT MELSUNGEN BRING “BAD BOYS” TOGETHER: Kai Hafner to join team in 2020 ShareTweetShareShareEmail “IN EURO 2016 MOOD”: Kai Hafner stops SG Flensburg ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsThe German national player Kai Häfner has decided to stay in TSV Hannover-Burgdorf.The 27-year-old German right back Kai Häfner has extended his contract with TSV Hannover-Burgdorf with 2 years from the summer of 2018 to the summer of 2020.He came to Hannover from HBW Balingen in 2014.During time of Dagur Sigurdsson on the helm of national team, Hafner became a vital part of the team, one of the biggest strentgh especially at Men’s EHF EURO 2016, where Germany ended with the gold medal. Click to comment Related Items:kai hafner Season is over for Kai Hafner Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

  • Warming to the task

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  • Paragon Offshore stacks two more rigs

    first_imgImage: Paragon Offshore; Paragon M826 on location next to a very small platform in TanzaniaParagon Offshore, a global provider of offshore drilling rigs, has stacked two jack-up drilling rigs and has been awarded several contract extensions with reduced dayrates.According to its latest fleet status report issued Tuesday, Paragon stacked the jack-up rig Paragon L1113 in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. The rig’s contract with Pemex, offshore Mexico, with a dayrate of $101,000 expired in late May 2015.In addition, Paragon stacked another jack-up drilling rig Paragon L1111 in the UAE.In July 2015, the company also stacked two jack-up rigs and said it would be stacking four more jack-ups in the Gulf of Mexico, including the one stacked now, the jack-up Paragon L1113.ExtensionsThe contract for the jack-up Paragon C20051 has been extended from early December 2015 to late May 2016, but with a slashed dayrate. The rig operates for French company Total in the North Sea.Paragon said that dayrate reduction from $176,000 to $125,000 for the period of early May 2015 to late June 2015 will be recognized over the remaining term of the contract beginning July 1, 2015.According to Paragon, backlog for the jack-up rig Paragon C463 has been swapped with Paragon C462 and extended from late December 2015 to early March 2016. The rigs operate in the North Sea for Engie (formerly known as GDF Suez).Furthermore, dayrate reduction for the jack-up rig Paragon M841 from $112,000 to $70,000 for the period of early May 2015 to late June 2015 will be recognized over the remaining term of the contract beginning July 1, 2015. The rig is operating offshore Mexico for Pemex.The drillship Paragon MDS1 is working on one well extension for Dynamic Drilling (ONGC) offshore India with a dayrate of $97,000. According to Paragon, the best estimated completion date is mid-October 2015.Finally, the jack-up rig Paragon M826 is on a standby dayrate of $35,000 from early August 2015 to late August 2015 prior to start of operations offshore Tanzania. Come early September 2015, the rig is under a contract with PanAfrican Energy Tanzania Ltd. with a dayrate of $105,000.Offshore Energy Today Staff[mappress mapid=”2367″]last_img read more

  • Researchers Develop Smaller, Faster, Cheaper Nanosatellite Technology

    first_imgResearchers with the University of Alberta’s AlbertaSat team have developed a miniature fluxgate magnetometer. This magnetometer has been developed to go atop the Ex-Alta 1 CubeSat which is set for launch in the spring 2017. The miniature, low-cost instrument will take world-class measurements of the near-Earth magnetic field which influences space weather, demonstrating the potential of nanosatellite technology to significantly reduce barriers to entry and democratize the space race.Designed and built by faculty and students with the University of Alberta Faculty of Science and Faculty of Engineering, the modern, low-cost, and miniature instrument will facilitate cutting-edge space research conducted from its place on-board cube satellites.Historically, space research has used one, or at most a handful, of large, expensive spacecraft to explore near-Earth space and our solar system. While this has provided stunning insight into our planet and our solar system, it necessarily gives a limited and incomplete picture. Nanosatellite technology, such as the fluxgate magnetometer, ushers in the next generation of space research which in future can open the door to swarms of miniaturised spacecraft encircling the Earth. Imagine trying to understand and predict the path hurricanes with only a few weather stations dotted around the world. That’s the current challenge for accurate space weather forecasting in the vastness of space around the Earth. However, miniaturised technology would enable swarms of perhaps hundreds of spacecraft or more to pin-point the potentially destructive paths of space storms.According to researchers – Once they have a flight-proven instrument, there are several international collaborators interested in flying this instrument for their own research. Tens or even hundreds of spacecraft can provide a dynamic, three-dimensional, and high-resolution picture of the space we inhabit, thereby improving the understanding of such threating space weather storms.Researchers at the University of Alberta have opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to participate in this new space race using hands-on space research involving modelling, data analysis, meteorites, high-altitude balloons, sub-orbital rockets, and CubeSat missions. This research was conducted with the support of the Canadian Space Agency. Click here to read whole paper.last_img read more

  • Kidnappers Release Samson Siasia’s Mother (PHOTOS)

    first_imgKidnappers have reportedly released the mother of former Super Eagles international and Gaffer Samson Siasia three weeks after collecting a ransom of 1.5 million naira. “The situation is pathetic. Nothing has changed.” Siasia revealed three weeks ago in Abuja. “We paid N1.5 million for her release but instead of releasing my mother they released my cousin’s mother-in-law (66-year-old Florence Donana) and also captured the person that took the money to them.”Siasia, who was recently banned for life by FIFA for matchfixing, however, confirmed in a chat with leading sports journalist Godwin Enakhena on Sunday that his mother and others affiliated with him have now regained their freedom.“Received a call from my wife this morning that my mom and others have been released. I am grateful to Nigerians for their prayers and to everyone that had a hand directly or indirectly in their release,” Siasia reportedly told Mr Enakhena. “My mom is fine but she has to go for medical checkup. I can now shift focus to the FIFA issue”.Mrs Beauty Ogere was abducted on July 15 by heavily armed gunmen who invaded her Odoni country home in Sagbama Local Government Area of Bayelsa State according to a Nigerian Newspaper web platform. RelatedFIFA Ban: Siasia Given CAS LifelineOctober 10, 2019In “Nigeria”Kidnapped Enyimba Star Dayo Ojo, Benjamin Iluyomade Freed From CaptivityMarch 26, 2020In “Featured”Siasia In The Running For Vacant Cameroon Managerial PostApril 24, 2018In “Africa”last_img read more