Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS) has entered into prefunding agreements related to 3D CSEM data surveys in the Barents Sea and Norwegian Sea using the conventional technology and the new Deep Blue source.The agreements represent revenues of approximately USD 3 million.The data will be acquired during the 2017 summer season, the company said.EMGS also announced that the original JIP agreement has been amended wherein the Deep Blue source is now available to the industry.The Deep Blue source provides a higher output when compared to the conventional system.“After the successful JIP test surveys during the summer of 2016, we are very pleased to see the first commercial uptake of the new equipment. Providing the industry with a much stronger source output is a breakthrough for EMGS and our EM technology as we will be more sensitive to deeper targets and smaller targets close to infrastructure,” said Christiaan Vermeijden, CEO.
RelatedPosts Tyson Fury to Anthony Joshua: Don’t risk fighting Usyk Anthony Joshua, Okolie plot world title double Anthony Joshua wants Tyson Fury, Wilder fight Anthony Joshua has confirmed he will step back into the ring in March to defend his heavyweight belts.The Brit became a two-time world champ after getting revenge on Andy Ruiz Jr on Saturday six months after his shock defeat.AJ, 30, is likely to fight any of mandatory challengers: Oleksandr Usyk and Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev.Keeping hold of all four of his belts could cause a problem for the Brit with Usyk mandatory for the WBO and Pulev for the IBF.Joshua told Sky Sports: “The work begins again because around March I’ll be defending those titles again.“I’m already focusing on my next fight.“Anyone can get it.“The resume shows that, but I’ll be keen to handle my mandatories because the current WBC champion is fighting with Tyson Fury so good luck to them both.“That’s another exciting fight for the division.“In the meantime, I’ll handle my mandatories that I’ll have to do or I want to vacate a belt and I’ve just worked hard to get them I don’t want to give them away.“I’m just going to go over all my steps, all my processes, knock them down one by one and when the big boys are ready, Britain’s here and waiting to become the next undisputed champion of the world.”March’s fight would come just a month after Fury’s highly-anticipated rematch against WBC title holder Wilder.WBO President Francisco Varcarcel has given AJ 180 days to negotiate a deal with Usyk with the deadline ending on June 4 or face giving up his belt.Usyk signed with Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn last year, meaning the super-fight can easily be made and one that will come with consequences should it not happen.Tags: Kubrat PulevOleksandr Usyk
For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Iraqi sports photographer Mohammed AL Azzawi trying to finish his work through tears after Iraq lost to Qatar in a heartbreaker. To the world soccer is a sport , to Iraqis, it’s everything.. pic.twitter.com/R7ulO5o5NR— Steven nabil (@thestevennabil) January 24, 2019We also found that a tweet of journalist Steven Nabil, according to which the man in the viral picture is an Iraqi sports photographer named Mohammed al Azzawi. Azzawi cried after Iraq lost to Qatar in the Round 16 of Asian Cup 2019.New Zealand will take on either England or Australia in the final at Lord’s on Sunday. New Delhi: Ravindra Jadeja and Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s partnership had New Zealand concerned during the World Cup semifinal clash in Manchester as the two absorbed the pressure nicely to keep India in the hunt. New Zealand reached their second successive World Cup final by defeating India by 18 runs at the Old Trafford on Wednesday. The match lasted two days due to inclement weather.Chasing a modest target of 240, India’s top order was left reeling as Matt Henry and Boult reduced the world’s number one side to 24 for four.Jadeja (77) and Dhoni’s (50) seventh-wicket partnership put India back in the game but ultimately it was Trent Boult and Henry’s new ball brilliance that proved decisive.Soon after Dhoni walked out after his dismissal, millions of his fans turned emotional as they predicted that it was his last World Cup game. Many fans took to social media to pay tributes to the former Indian skipper.An emotional post is going viral on social media claiming that even a cameraman on the ground couldn’t stop himself and cried on Dhoni’s dismissal.Here is the picture which is going viral: News Nation has reverse-searched the picture and found the claim to be false. We found that the man in tears is an Iraqi photojournalist who cried after the defeat of Iraq in the AFC Asian Cup football tournament 2019.Not only this, the official Twitter handle of Asian Cup posted the viral photo in January and identified the man as an Iraqi photographer.
Henry Mason was there in spirit, Luke Swan was there oncrutches and Paul Hubbard Sr. was there in the stands.Senior receiver Paul Hubbard saved the best for last, catchingseven passes for 134 yards in his best performance at Wisconsin before hismentor, his friend and his father. Given all that has transpired in thereceiving corps this season, every corral was more than just a catch, it was atoken of appreciation.As Hubbard acknowledged during the postgame interviewsfollowing Wisconsin’s emphatic 37-21 win over Michigan, Saturday was foreveryone who couldn’t participate in the spirit and emotion of defeating theNo. 13 team in the country on Senior Day.Before the season began, the receiving corps lost itsdevoted leader and father Henry Mason when he suffered a spinal cord injuryafter falling in his house.Hubbard’s 22-yard reception on the first completion of thegame was for the wide receivers coach, giving credit to what he has gonethrough this season and what he has meant to the program.Two weeks into the season Hubbard himself went down with asprained right knee. Initially, based on the pain, he thought it was season-ending.Not wanting to deter his teammates as they attempted to battle back againstUNLV, he kept it to himself. That put the entire burden on Swan, who now had toplay for his coach and teammate.But soon he too would fall, tearing his hamstring on a playacross the middle against Illinois.Insert freshmen David Gilreath and Kyle Jefferson. Whilethey took advantage of the injuries to get better through invaluable playingtime, the entire offense clearly missed the dependability and care of Mason,Swan and Hubbard.Racing back from his injury, Hubbard provided that emotionallift the Wisconsin offense so desperately needed following two straight losses.He returned Oct. 20 against Northern Illinois — at least a week earlier thanthe estimated six to eight weeks he was originally slated to miss.No injury is a good one, but it offered Hubbard, and laterSwan, a new perspective that they had begun to overlook after coming to UW aswalk-on nobodies freshman year. “Once you get going through the season, you get complacent,saying, ‘There’s nothing that’s going to happen.’ I mean, you never think thatyou’re going to get hurt and be done,” Hubbard said. “You take it for granted.”Once you get hurt, you have to go through the situation, gofrom being successful to being on the bottom of the mat. It gives you a lot oftime to get humble.”It made them more empathetic to others’ problems, knowing theywill never again be able to run out on the field as a member of the WisconsinBadgers.”I take a look at what happened to my teammates like LukeSwan, and maybe this time next year he’s going to be able to walk again, mayberun again,” Hubbard said. “I think about stuff like that– the other guys aroundme — and [it] doesn’t make me feel as bad about what happened to me.”During Hubbard’s time in a leg immobilizer, it was Swan whopicked him up when times looked bleak.Ever since Hubbard returned he has done the same for hisfriend.”He’s been that smiling face that I can talk to whenever,”Swan said. “It’s just good that I can have someone to lean on like that.”Hubbard’s 25-yard snare on first-and-19 in the openingquarter was for himself, to rekindle his draft stock and to show that theHubbard of old is back. Catches of 14 and 19 yards, and a spectacular juggling15-yard reception were for Swan, giving him a chance to live through hisfriend.To the Fennimore Flash, the season hasn’t been perfect byany means. Still, he has no regrets.”I think in life you’ve got to deal with what’s given to you,and I think the team has done a great job with that,” Swan said.Hubbard’s father might have waited until the last game ofhis son’s career to attend a Badgers game, but Hubbard didn’t mind; it made theappearance that much more significant. The senior’s final two receptions inCamp Randall — 10 and 29 yards — were for his pops.Anyone on the team will tell you that this season ofsetbacks, particularly in the wide receiving corps, couldn’t have happened tobetter people. After interviewing them and covering them this season, Icouldn’t agree more. Kevin Hagstrom is asenior majoring in economics and journalism. He can be reached via e-mail at [email protected]
After discussions with the Premier League and the Women’s Premier League, the FF BH today organised a meeting with the clubs of the Premier Futsal League of Bosnia and Herzegovina.The current situation caused by the worldwide coronavirus pandemic disrupted the operation of futsal clubs in our country.In this case, the FF BH, together with the clubs, will find the best solutions when it comes to continuing the competition, following the current situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina related to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the recommendations of UEFA and FIFA on further activities. The most important is the protection of the health of players, fans and all participants of the competition under the auspices of the FF BH.The Federation at the meeting was represented by general secretary Adnan Džemidžić, executive director of the sports sector Elmir Pilav, members of the Competition Committee Milorad O. Lale and Dušan Marković, chairman of the Futsal Committee Džafer Alić, as well as members of the futsal administration.