Wison Wins FEED Contract for FLNG Project

first_imgzoomImage Courtesy: Wison Offshore & Marine Wison Offshore & Marine and Western LNG have entered into a technical service agreement in relation to a new floating LNG project that Western is developing in British Columbia, Canada. Pursuant to the TSA, Wison will develop the basis of design (BOD) and carry out front-end engineering design (FEED) for the proposed FLNG to be sited at the proposed facility.Western has also agreed to the appointment of Wison as the EPC service provider for the floating liquefaction plant upon project FID.Under the terms of the TSA, Wison will provide a FEED package utilizing its in-house design team and execution methodology that has been optimized based on the delivery of the Caribbean FLNG. The FEED is expected to be completed in less than 40 weeks after the BOD is finalized.Last year, Wison Offshore & Marine delivered the Caribbean FLNG on an EPC basis after liquefaction performance testing for the facility in its yard in China.last_img read more

Acadian church organist named 42nd lieutenantgovernor of Prince Edward Island

first_imgCHARLOTTETOWN – An Acadian church organist will become Prince Edward Island’s next lieutenant-governor.Antoinette Perry, a music and French teacher at Tignish Elementary School for more than three decades, was appointed to the role by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday.He says the proud Acadian and long-time active member of the Tignish community will work hard to promote the island in the vice-regal job.Premier Wade MacLauchlan says Perry will serve the province with “grace and vigour” as the 42nd lieutenant-governor.He says she’s volunteered many hours in support of the Island’s cultural, Acadian and education communities.Outgoing Lt.-Gov. H. Frank Lewis congratulated Perry, noting there is “no greater calling” than representing the Queen as provincial head of state.last_img read more

Stop the Violence Speaker from NY Inner City on Tonight

first_img Related Items:akierra misisick, amy crawford, national networks for safe communities, new york, romaine virgo, speaker, stop the violence, youth day Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 24 Sept 2015 – It is an effort being led to stamp out gun violence in our communities, and this afternoon at 6pm a guest speaker will join the discussions on stopping the violence at the Gustarvus Lightbourne Sports Complex.Minister for Education Hon. Akierra Misick held a press conference this morning to highlight the campaign. Misick told media that the Ministry took a different approach to Youth Day activities to address the surge in crime in the country.Amy Crawford of the National Network for Safe Communities in New York is the facilitator for the national forum later; she is also the Deputy Director at Center for Crime Prevention and Control at John Jay College.Under the theme, stop the violence, break the silence, Misick said she hopes the events will address the youth on youth violence.Two international artists will perform at free concerts being hosted by the Ministry on Friday morning, including Romaine Virgo in Providenciales and Etana in Grand Turk.Youth Day holiday kicks off with activities across the Turks and Caicos Islands tomorrow morning. MPs say they know nothing about pay raise Youth Week culminates with Peace concert TCI Youth Forum to go on the road; poor turnout criticised by Violence victim Recommended for youlast_img read more

Military judge frees Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher citing prosecution interference

first_img AP, KUSI Newsroom, Military judge frees Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher citing prosecution interference Categories: California News, Local San Diego News, National & International News, Politics, Trending Tags: Eddie Gallagher FacebookTwitter May 30, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (AP) — A decorated Navy SEAL facing a murder trial in the death of an Islamic State prisoner was freed Thursday from custody after a military judge cited interference by prosecutors.The unexpected move drew gasps from those at a hearing in a San Diego courtroom in which lawyers for Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher sought to get the case dismissed for prosecutorial misconduct.Gallagher’s wife, Andrea, who has led a campaign to free her husband, put her head in her hands and burst into tears.The judge, Capt. Aaron Rugh, has not ruled yet on whether to throw out the case or remove prosecutors over tracking emails sent to defense lawyers and a journalist in an effort to find the source of news leaks in the politically charged case. He said freeing Gallagher at this point would be a remedy for interference by prosecutors.Attorney Tim Parlatore accused prosecutors of a “rogue, relentless, and unlawful cyber campaign” that may have violated attorney-client privilege and hurt Gallagher’s ability to get a fair trial.Efforts to get the case thrown out come as President Donald Trump considers pardoning several service members accused of war crimes, including Gallagher. Gallagher faces trial June 10.Trump previously got Gallagher removed from the brig and transferred to better custody conditions at a Navy hospital.During the hearing Thursday, Rugh indicated he was kept in the dark by prosecutors about the email monitoring.Rugh said prosecutors had told him privately they planned to embed code in what he believed to be a court document to help them find the source of leaks. But he said he didn’t have the power to authorize such an investigative tool, and wasn’t told they planned to plant the code in emails to defense lawyers or a journalist.Rugh said he thought prosecutors were coordinating the investigation with the U.S. attorney’s office in San Diego. Rugh said he wasn’t aware that a federal prosecutor told the military prosecutor to make sure they had the judge’s approval before launching the tracking effort.Parlatore withdrew his motion to have the judge removed from the case after learning he had not authorized the scheme.The lead prosecutor downplayed the move at a related hearing earlier in the day. Cmdr. Christopher Czaplak said the code recorded nothing more than where and when email messages were opened by recipients that included a journalist for the Navy Times.Gallagher has pleaded not guilty to murder in the death of an injured teenage militant in Iraq in 2017 and attempted murder for allegedly picking off civilians from a sniper’s perch.His platoon supervisor, Lt. Jacob Portier, is fighting charges of conduct unbecoming an officer for allegedly conducting Gallagher’s re-enlistment ceremony next to the militant’s corpse.Defense lawyer Jeremiah J. Sullivan III, who represents Portier, said there was no probable cause for the tracking effort, which was discovered in an unusual logo of an American flag with a bald eagle perched on the scales of justice beneath Czaplak’s signature.Czaplak said the tracking ended May 10 after he was confronted by defense lawyers and acknowledged the effort in a closed-door hearing. He disclosed no other details at the time.On Thursday Czaplak said the emails contained code similar to what marketers use to see when an email is opened and what device was used to open it.“It’s still a web bug and it’s still unethical,” Sullivan said.The judge in Portier’s case, Capt. Jonathan Stephens, said from what he had seen the tracking effort wasn’t able to view the contents of any emails.Several experts testified that the code embedded in a signature line in the emails collected information on internet protocol addresses and could tell what web browser was being used, the duration it was open and could see if the message had been forwarded. But the information couldn’t generally be used to identify a specific person or capture content.RELATED STORY: Judge does not rule on motions to dismiss charges in the case of Navy SEAL Eddie GallagherJosiah Roloff, a data forensics examiner from Spokane, Washington, said the code is typically used by marketing companies and he’s seen it used in undercover investigations. But he said he’s never seen it used to target defense lawyers.Gallagher’s wife posted a picture and some additional information to her Instagram page.The caption reads:LEGAL UPDATE ????Warning: READ TO THE END!!! ••After more than 5 hours of argument we will return tomorrow at noon to pursue motion to DISMISS. ????????‍⚖️••What we learned from the government is Connor McMahon has been ordered by his Marine command that he was not allowed to attend this hearing and that we should not expect to see him at any further court proceedings… #droppinglikeflies ???????????? ••We were also notified, from the witness stand by an NCIS investigator, that a criminal investigation into leaks of our civilian lawyers, other lawyers within the military on other cases, AND a member of the MEDIA~ is ONGOING, although they admit they have found NOTHING! So the prosecution has lied, continuously stating that it’s not ongoing. ????????••We have confirmed, as we have suspected all along, that almost every individual involved in the spying overseen by Commander Chris Czaplak is startlingly incompetent – or willfully ignorant.????????????••And finally, because the prosecution was UNABLE to produce necessary witnesses, AND because, as recognized by the Judge, the prosecution has VIOLATED Eddie’s 6th Amendment rights…EDDIE HAS BEEN RELEASED FROM ALL PRETRIAL RESTRAINT~ #FREEEDDIE ••We will continue to fight together as a family as it should have been all along!!!!! ????????????????????” Posted: May 30, 2019 Updated: 5:03 PM AP, KUSI Newsroom last_img read more