Forland Subsea Re-flags/Renames Vessel

first_imgForland Subsea said it has changed the flag and renamed its light construction/inspection, maintenance & repair vessel.The vessel, previously known as Lewek Inspector, has been renamed to Forland Inspector and will now be sailing under the Cyprus flag.The vessel owner changed the flag from Malta on July 27, 2017.Forland Inspector was built in 2013 and delivered to Forland Shipping in November same year. The 110 meters long vessel was from newbuilt to Q1 2017 under contract with EMAS Chiyoda Subsea. It is curently operating on short-term contracts.Subsea World News Stafflast_img read more

NMDC, CHP Sign The Challenge Deal

first_imgImage source: NMDCNational Marine Dredging Company (NMDC) from Abu Dhabi has signed an agreement with Canal Harbor and Great Projects Company (CHP), a subsidiary of the Suez Canal Authority, to become shareholders in a newly incorporated Egyptian company, named The Challenge – Egyptian Emirates Marine Dredging Company.Under the agreement, the scope of operations for the NMDC-CHP joint venture will be the execution of dredging, marine and civil engineering projects in the Arab Republic of Egypt.The contract was signed on Saturday, November 18, by Mohab Mamish, the chairman of the Suez Canal Authority and Yasser Zaghloul, NMDC CEO, in the presence of Wael Al Sayed Mohammed Gad, ambassador of Egypt to the UAE, Mohammed Thani Al Rumaithi, the chairman of NMDC, and a number of board members of both parties.The two parties agreed to appoint Yasser Zaghloul as the chairman of The Challenge. NMDC will own 49%, while 51% of the EEMDC shares is being held by CHP.At the signing ceremony, Mohammed Thani Al Rumaithi said that this partnership is just one of the results of the continuous cooperation between Egypt and the United Arab Emirates.This agreement will support the economic development initiatives and will represent a model for the exchange of experiences and knowledge between two parties in achieving mutual benefits, concluded Yasser Zaghloul.last_img read more

Egypt’s Top Goalkeeper Withdraws from Friendly with Nigeria

first_imgAfter the withdrawal of Mohamed Salah from the Pharaohs squad to take on the Super Eagles in an international friendly in Asaba next week Tuesday, Entag El-Harby’s goalkeeper, Amer Amer has also withdrawn from the game due to injury.Amer was a late call up by coach Javier Aguire to the Pharaohs who have qualified for the AFCON 2019 they are hosting in June. The clash with the Super Eagles is more of a warm up game after weekend’s dead-rubber AFCON qualifier away trip to Niger.The 32 year-old goalkeeper suffered the knock during a training session at the Borg El-Arab Stadium yesterday with 18 players in attendance. Mohamed Salah The inform goalkeeper was in line to make his international debut after his exceptional performances for Entag El-Harby this season, which saw him start every game for the military club, in which he kept six clean sheets.He becomes the second goalkeeper to miss the March internationals through injury after Al Wehda’s Mohamed Awad, who sustained a calf injury while playing for his club last month.Despite the two absentees, the Pharaohs are not expected to face any problems in the goalkeeping area with Zamalek’s Mahmoud Gennesh, Ahmed El-Shennawy of Pyramids, and Smouha’s Mahmoud Abou-Gabal also in the group.Since the retirement of Pharaohs’ legendary safe hands, El Hadary, after the World Cup in Russia, Egypt has been on the search for another goalkeeper to fill the vacuum.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

BetRegal diary: Making the trip to London to meet the BOS

first_img Related Articles 6 of the Best – Mark Jarvis Racing’s Paul Graham June 20, 2019 Share Share GVC reprices and relocates its corporate debt holdings February 11, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit GVC Holdings transfers corporate control to London HQ February 6, 2020 Aly Lalani, Head of Marketing at BetRegal.com, reflects on his company’s Betting on Sports debut, sharing expertise to the tune of a ‘Latin Beat’ and finding folks with a focus on “getting things done”.It’s now been almost a month since the Betting on Sports conference took place in London, and I thought it would be a good time to reflect on that week. This was actually my first Betting on Sports conference (I was scheduled to go last year but wasn’t able to make it). Overall, BetRegal had a very productive week at this year’s conference.If nothing else, this conference served as a great excuse for a general catch up of the ownership and senior management group of BetRegal. We all speak fairly often on Skype chats, but the value of actually being able to meet face to face, have dinner and/or a drink, and have a personal conversation is undeniable. If nothing else, the trip was worthwhile for that reason.Fortunately, there was a lot more value to be had at this conference beyond just a meeting place. Again, as my first time here, I had no real frame of reference. My only real comparison for a gaming show in London would be ICE.Betting on Sports turned out to be quite a different experience. ICE, because of its tremendous size, is great for casting a wide net looking for contacts, and then engaging in an aggressive follow up (or potentially dodging an aggressive follow up).Conversely, I found the Betting on Sports audience to be much more targeted. The folks I was speaking with seemed to have a genuine interest in getting things done, rather than loosely discussing future plans. It seemed to be that the people in attendance were decision makers of their respective companies and had come with specific agendas in place.To be honest it was refreshing. I am in no way discounting the value of general networking with a broader audience, of course that has its own value, it just seemed that this show was much more targeted. I can say personally that we left with contacts for a couple of different product-based companies that I am excited to explore a further relationship with.Looking at these types of products wasn’t on the radar going into this show, so it was nice to depart with some unexpected value. Isn’t that what conferences should be all about?I would like to join all the others I have seen on LinkedIn congratulating Rasmus, Andy, Luke and all the good people at SBC for putting on a great conference. I can’t imagine how much work and planning goes into putting on a show of this quality.However, what was even more exciting for me personally was that I was able to participate in my very first panel as part of the ‘Latin Beat – Opportunities Further South’ discussion.This was especially interesting for me not only to provide my insight as a new operator looking at establishing a brand presence in key Latin American markets, but also to hear the opinion of the other panelists, who all represented different components of the LatAm iGaming corporate structure.I can honestly say that I left that panel experience with a greater knowledge, and a couple of great contacts which I anticipate will pay immediate dividends in terms of our short-term future planning.I think it was important to put the BetRegal brand alongside more developed brands such as Sportradar and BtoBet. Let’s hope that sharing the stage with these guys is a sign of things to come.last_img read more