Greek public gas corporation DEPA has approved the acquisition of a 20 percent stake in its compatriot utility GASTRADE, the developer of the FSRU project in Alexandroupolis.Northern Greece FSRU is a major pillar of the energy strategy implemented by the Greek government and a project of great significance on the national and EU level, DEPA said in a statement.The project is part of the European Union’s policy for Central and South-Eastern Europe (CESEC) energy connectivity to the National Natural Gas System, through the development of the Vertical Corridor, and is included in the updated list of Projects of Common Interest (PCI).This project is supplementary to the IGB pipeline, interconnecting the Greek market with the markets of Central Europe and Ukraine, thus contributing decisively to the diversification of supply sources and energy security of both Greece and Europe.The terminal consists of the FSRU with a storage capacity of up to 170,000 cubic meters of LNG and daily regasification capacity of 22.7 million bcm (8.3 billion bcm annually), that will be anchored at a distance of 10 km offshore Alexandroupolis and a 28km long pipeline system.The typical conclusion of the transaction for the participation of DEPA to the equity of GASTRADE is subject to the approval of the Hellenic Competition Committee.According to the project’s timeframe, the final investment decision is expected to be taken during the third quarter of 2020 and it is expected to start operation in September 2022.Through participation in the equity of GASTRADE, DEPA assumes an active role in the implementation of the project.
Cantona points to the fact that Ferguson’s side featured academy products and young players such as Ryan Giggs and Paul Ince as the source of his pride. Asked what was his most most iconic moment on The Official Manchester United Podcast, Cantona replied: “Maybe when we won the double with a new generation of players. We won the double with Ince, with Hughes, and then Ferguson because he knew that the young players were great. For the first season we won the double with them. “Of course, it was an unbelievable generation of players. So it’s why it’s something special. It means something special for me and I think for the club also. Because I think it’s important to win things with players coming through the academy. It’s like Barcelona, you are prouder than if you win with the players you buy anywhere.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Eric Cantona says his proudest moment as a Manchester United player came in the 1993/94 season. After breaking their 36-year title drought the season before, Sir Alex Ferguson‘s side would go on to repeat the feat, as well as win the FA Cup.Advertisement Loading…
Indianapolis, In. — A priest in Indianapolis with ties to the St. Maurice Catholic Church in Napoleon has now resigned from the Archdiocese of Indianapolis following what officials are calling a “credible” accusation of sexual misconduct has been suspended. Father Patrick Doyle, 68, has resigned as the priest of the Nativity Church after a review board looked at a sexual misconduct allegation from decades ago, officials at the diocese say.A separate investigation is being conducted by law enforcement.Here is the full statement from the diocese:“The Review Board for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis has found an allegation of sexual misconduct by Father Patrick Doyle credible. Father Doyle has resigned as pastor of Nativity Parish in Indianapolis. He remains removed from ministry.The single allegation from decades ago involved an emotional relationship with a vulnerable 18-year-old female.Members of Nativity Parish were informed of the Review Board’s findings and Father Doyle’s resignation at Masses this past weekend.The Archdiocese is working with parish leadership to assist the parish through this time of transition and healing and will begin the process for assigning a new pastor.The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is committed protecting children and vulnerable adults from sexual abuse and misconduct. If you are a victim of sexual misconduct by a person ministering on behalf of the Church, or if you know of anyone who has been a victim of such misconduct, please contact civil authorities and the Archdiocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator Carla Hill at 317-236-1548 or 800-382-9836, ext. 1548 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.”In August of 2018 Father John Maung was suspended following an allegation of child sexual abuse.Fr. Doyle has had numerous ministry assignments. The complete list of his assignments are as follows: 1975, St. Mary-St. Michael, Madison, and part-time instructor, Father Michael Shawe Memorial Jr./Sr. High School; 1979, director, Christian Formation Program, Bishop Chatard High School, and part-time instructor; 1987, administrator, Holy Cross, Indianapolis, and continuing as full-time instructor, Bishop Chatard High School, Indianapolis; 1989, administrator, St. Patrick and Holy Rosary, Indianapolis, while continuing as administrator, Holy Cross, Indianapolis; 1993, priest moderator and sacramental minister, Holy Rosary and St. Patrick, Indianapolis, while continuing as administrator, Holy Cross, Indianapolis; 1993, dean, Indianapolis East Deanery; 1994, sabbatical 1995, pastor, St. Joan of Arc, Indianapolis; 1996, dean, Indianapolis North Deanery, while continuing as pastor, St. Joan of Arc, Indianapolis; 1999, reappointed dean, Indianapolis North Deanery, while continuing as pastor, St. Joan of Arc, Indianapolis; 2000, priest moderator, St. Andrew the Apostle, Indianapolis, while continuing as pastor, St. Joan of Arc and dean, Indianapolis North Deanery; 2001, reappointed pastor, St. Joan of Arc, Indianapolis, while continuing as dean, Indianapolis North Deanery and priest moderator, St. Andrew the Apostle, Indianapolis; 2005, pastor, Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Indianapolis; 2010, priest moderator, St. Maurice, Napoleon, while continuing as pastor, Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Indianapolis; 2011, reappointed pastor, Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Indianapolis, while continuing as priest moderator, St. Maurice, Napoleon.Fr. Doyle is prohibited from all public ministry while an investigation is pending.If you are a victim of sexual misconduct by a person ministering on behalf of the Church, or if you know of anyone who has been a victim of such misconduct, please contact civil authorities and the Archdiocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator Carla Hill.
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“It was a heat of the moment thing. We just had words that we always have as managers, to a degree. I have apologised to him and fortunately for myself, he has accepted that.” Pardew’s comments included a particularly offensive four-letter word, and he later admitted Pellegrini’s involvement in the spat did not merit that. He said: “No, I don’t think it merited that word, if I am honest. As I said, I have apologised for that particular word, but we sort of tease each other a little bit and have words.” Pellegrini insisted he did not know what Pardew had said to him, but was untroubled by the exchange, although he did accuse the Newcastle boss of questioning every decision the officials made. He said: “I’m not surprised because I think it is impossible to complain about every decision of the referee during the match. “I know they were playing at home and they have an advantage in that sense, but it’s impossible for the referee if you are complaining at every decision. “That was my only problem with Alan, but nothing important.” The root of Pardew’s complaint was referee Mike Jones’ decision to rule out a 34th-minute Cheick Tiote equaliser for offside against Yoan Gouffran. The 52-year-old aimed an expletive-laden volley at the Chilean during the first half of his side’s controversial 2-0 Barclays Premier League defeat by the new leaders on Sunday afternoon. A contrite Pardew said: “I hear that it’s been picked up a little bit, and I apologise for my comments 100 per cent. Press Association The Frenchman was in an offside position as the Ivory Coast international’s piledriver flew past helpless keeper Joe Hart, although Pardew could not accept Mr Jones’ judgment that he was interfering with play. He said: “I have gone and seen him. I was right behind the shot, as the fourth official was, and it was a clean strike. “It was a great moment for this football club to get a goal like that, so if you are going to chalk it off, you need to make sure that you are getting the point right. “My point was did he think Gouffran was interfering with Joe Hart, and he said, ‘He was in the six-yard box’, and I get that. “The guy was recovering from an offside position, he didn’t want anything to do with the play, but he is not interfering with Joe Hart’s vision. In fact, it goes on the inside of him. “The Man City players are impairing Joe’s vision, not Gouffran. “It’s a real technical matter that he’s talking about here, and to chalk a goal off of that quality, that takes some doing, I think, and it did set the tone for the rest of the game. “I think if you are going to call a guy retreating from an offside position, it has to be pretty clear that he is interfering with the goalkeeper’s view. “The linesman, even though he was on the wrong side, couldn’t have been clear on that, and the referee definitely couldn’t have been clear on that.” However, Pellegrini was confident that the referee, who consulted assistant Stephen Child before making his decision, had got it right. He said: “There was a player offside when the other player kicked the ball. It was offside and was perfectly not valid at all.” City had taken an eighth-minute lead when Edin Dzeko converted Aleksandar Kolarov’s left-wing cross, but they had to wait until the fifth minute of stoppage time at the end of the game for Alvaro Negredo to seal victory with his 19th goal of the season. Pellegrini, whose side leapfrogged Arsenal into first place as a result of their win, said: “It was a very big result because it’s a very difficult stadium to play here. We, Chelsea and Manchester United know how difficult it is to play Newcastle. “They have a direct style with a lot of physical power, and the whole game, they were trying to score with crosses and shooting, and we were very concentrated in defending. “Also, we scored two goals and we had two or three more clear chances to do it.” However, City left Tyneside fearing midfielder Samir Nasri, who was carried from the field on a stretcher after being felled by Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa’s 75th-minute challenge, has suffered a serious knee injury. Pellegrini said: “It’s very serious. It was a very unfair kick and the player of Newcastle, it was directly a red card. I don’t understand why he was not sent off. “It’s his medial ligament. We will see tomorrow how serious it is, but I don’t think it’s a light thing, I think it’s a serious injury.” Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has apologised for a foul-mouthed rant at Manchester City counterpart Manuel Pellegrini.
Press Association The RFU has confirmed the Blues have made an enquiry about using the 82,000-capacity home of English rugby should they opt to redevelop Stamford Bridge. However, Mr Cable, Liberal Democrat MP for the area and Business Secretary, has revealed he too has contacted the governing body to voice his misgivings. Local MP Vince Cable has expressed his concerns over Chelsea’s possible temporary move to Twickenham. Mr Cable tweeted: “I have written today to RFU about Twickenham Stadium and possible use for a year by Chelsea FC. V serious concerns and need for facts ASAP.” Chelsea announced earlier this summer that they might look to redevelop their stadium, although no timescale has yet been drawn up. The RFU has previously rejected requests from football clubs to play their fixtures at Twickenham with Fulham’s approach in 2001 being rebuffed. The RFU said in a statement: “We are regularly contacted by a variety of organisations, within and outside sport, on a wide range of opportunities concerning use of what we believe is a world-class stadium. “We have had an enquiry from Chelsea FC, but have not had any discussions of any substance. “While we don’t comment on any specific confidential conversations, each request is taken on its merit, assessing a variety of factors, such as the effect on the pitch, availability, transport and local considerations and other important implications.”
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Even though you can’t throw a huge birthday party due to COVID-19, now you can safely blow out the candles on your cake thanks to a Jacksonville dentist who has invented Top It Cake Shield.Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, when large celebrations become popular again, health officials fear it will no longer be safe to blow out the candles on a cake. So, Florida-based prosthetic dentist, Dr. Billy Kay, created a plastic cake-shaped shield to protect the cake icing from being sprayed by germs from the birthday boy or girl’s mouth.Courtesy: Top It Cake ShieldGoing forward it makes sense in general to protect a cake from the potential diseases that were traditionally blown all over the cake in the past.During the pandemic downtime, Kay designed and manufactured the first “Top It Cake Shield,” which has holes cut out for the candles, yet still covers the cake protecting it from saliva and germs.The shields start at $4.99 and come in different sizes. They’re set to launch online Sept. 15.
FOR the second consecutive term, the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) decided to play it safe by deciding not to host their elections during its Annual General Meeting (AGM). The constitutional AGM of the board was held yesterday at the board’s hostel in LBI.While no elections were held, all members were returned unopposed due to the Ordinary General Meeting (OGM) of October 2016.While the media was not invited to be a part of the AGM, GCB Secretary, Anand Sanasie, explained at a media briefing immediately after that there was no need for elections.“We had our AGM today (yesterday), and today’s meeting (yesterday) went very well, in fact…surprisingly, and what is good for cricket, is that there was an entourage that came down from Berbice that amounted to 13 representatives from Berbice, most of them representatives of first-division clubs in Berbice…some of them are executives, but came in the capacity as representatives of their clubs.“We listened to their issues and so on, and they have pledged to resolve issues in the Berbice area, some of them that has nothing to do with the GCB, but two of which address the issue of their attendance, two meetings and fulfilling the obligations to the GCB as a member,” Sanasie said.He added “Both of the other areas, the county boards were present, with the full amount of delegates, everything was discussed and resolved at the meeting, a motion that came from the OGM as it relates to nominations for the position of the executive committee of the GCB was presented as was done on the 23rd of October last as required by the constitution of the GCB.“That motion was accepted, but because of a pending court matter in which a number of plaintiffs, including the GCB, have challenge the Cricket Administration Act, and certain aspects of the constitutionality of it in which they expressed their concerns and made statements of claim against, it was ruled that they could be no elections of the bodies under the Act, and the GCB is one such body, so as a result the election process was not proceeded with.“The motion before the AGM clearly outlined that there was only one nomination for each of the positions and at that stage, it was entered into the minutes and that nominations stands until such time we can complete the process of elections,” Sanasie concluded.Those nominated for posts at last October’s OGM were Drubahadur, President, Fizul Bacchus (Vice-president), Anand Sanasie (Secretary), Virendra Chintamanie (Ass. Secretary), Anand Kalladeen (Treasurer), Rajendra Singh (Marketing Manager), Colin Europe (Competitions Chairman), Rayon Griffith, chairman of national selectors and Nazimul Drepaul, junior selector.
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditCincinnati (18-10, 11-5) vs. South Florida (13-16, 6-10)Yuengling Center, Tampa, Florida; Tuesday, 7 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Cincinnati looks for its 11th straight win in the head-to-head series over South Florida. Cincinnati has won by an average of 15 points in its last 10 wins over the Bulls. South Florida’s last win in the series came on Feb. 26, 2012, a 46-45 win. Cincy looks to extend streak vs USF SUPER SENIORS: Cincinnati has benefited heavily from its seniors. Tre Scott, Jarron Cumberland, Keith Williams and Jaevin Cumberland have combined to account for 64 percent of the team’s scoring this year and 77 percent of all Bearcats points over the team’s last five games.CREATING OFFENSE: Jarron Cumberland has had his hand in 42 percent of all Cincinnati field goals over the last three games. The senior guard has 10 field goals and 17 assists in those games.SLIPPING AT 74: South Florida is 0-5 this year when it allows 74 points or more and 13-11 when holding opponents to fewer than 74.ASSIST RATIOS: The Bearcats have recently gotten baskets via assists more often than the Bulls. South Florida has an assist on 37 of 71 field goals (52.1 percent) across its previous three outings while Cincinnati has assists on 34 of 64 field goals (53.1 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: The South Florida defense has forced opponents into turnovers on an impressive 23.5 percent of all possessions, which is the 20th-highest rate in the country. The Cincinnati offense has turned the ball over on 20.6 percent of its possessions (ranked 281st among Division I teams). Associated Press March 2, 2020 ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com
THE Reliance Sports Club ground, Essequibo, is expected to come alive on Boxing Day with the staging of the annual memorial softball match, staged in honour of the late Shivanandan Mandolall, the former Guyana youth player.The 15-over affair featuring hosts, Reliance Sports Club versus Cotton Field Wildcoats is anticipated to be a riveting affair which should provide lots of entertainment for the expected bumper holiday crowd.Touted as one of the better players to emerge from the Cinderella county, Mandolall represented Guyana at both the under-15 and under-19 levels. He passed away in 2013 at the age of 30, after losing a battle with malaria.According to his eldest brother Rovendra Mandolall, another ex-Guyana youth player, the stage is set for the showdown, with Reliance Sports Club being the defending champions.Mandolall, who is currently residing in Canada, stated that even though the family is still saddened by his brother’s passing, they are thrilled to run off another game in memory of him.Preceding the Reliance/Wildcoats encounter, will be a five-over exhibition game which will see a Mandolall’s X1 coming up against a Reliance over-40 (senior) side while a female exhibition five-over match is also carded for the day.Mandolall pointed out that the three games should all be exciting affairs while there will also be musical entertainment and off-field attractions. He also alluded to the fact that the first game will also be in memory of his dad who died earlier this year and he also took the opportunity to thank the various sponsors who donated trophies, medals and jerseys.Apart from Rovendra, several former Essequibo senior inter-county cricketers are expected to participate as well, including Elroy Stephney, Ramesh Narine, Ray Gonsalves, Mahendra Bennett, Mohindra Boodram, Devon Ramnauth, Lakmikant Narine and Raul Khan, among others.(Frederick Halley)