Source: EnBWHeerema’s vessel Thialf has installed the jacket foundation for the EnBW Hohe See offshore substation (OSS) at the project site in the German North Sea.Smulders was in charge of the design and manufacturing of the steel structure for both the foundation, including piles, and the topside, which is expected to arrive at the offshore site in three weeks, according to EnBW’s latest social media post.ENGIE Fabricom is responsible for the engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning of the OSS, which will connect the Hohe See wind farm to the German high voltage grid via the BorWin3 converter platform, while CG is providing the HV/MV equipment and control & protection system.Located some 95km north of the island of Borkum, the 497MW EnBW Hohe See offshore wind farm will comprise 71 Siemens Gamesa 7MW turbines.The wind farm’s foundations, OSS and cables are due to be installed by the end of the year.EnBW is also developing the adjacent 112MW Albatros wind project, expected to enter offshore construction phase in September.
Yesterday’s drug test was performed bythe Police Regional Office 6 crime laboratory headed by Police LieutenantColonel Ace Baldevieso, a forensic chemist. Through random, unannounced tests,Dampal hoped to keep the ICPO drug-free. Police officers flunking the drugtests face administrative charges and could be removed from the service. ILOILO City – One hundred twentypersonnel of the Iloilo City Police Office (ICPO) were subjected to random drugtesting yesterday during a conference. The first test was conducted inJanuary with around 90 subjects. The second was last month with 30 policeofficers. In these two tests, all the subjects tested negative for illegaldrugs. Police officers under the Iloilo City Police Office submit urine samples for drug testing on March 9, 2020. Those who will test positive for illegal drugs face administrative charges and could be removed from the service. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN “So I warned my men not to engage inillegal drugs,” said Dampal./PN “We are serious in our campaignagainst illegal drugs hindi lang sa operations butalso through the cleansing of our ranks,” said Dampal. Police Colonel Eric Dampal, citypolice director, led the drug testing, the third for ICPO personnel this year. read more
College can be a difficult transition for most out-of-state students, so senior swimmer Amaila Sarnecki tries to make her teammates from outside of the Dairy State feel right at home in Madison.”I’m very domestic, she said. “It just comes natural.”Sarnecki’s recent adventures in domestic life have ranged from a Chinese New Year feast for homesick Malaysian native Yi Ting Siow, to earring making, knitting and baking desserts on a weekly basis for her four roommates.”She just takes everyone under her wing,” teammate Andrea Wiesner said. “She also likes to make dinner for us.”With Betty Crocker ambitions and the heart of a mother, Sarnecki has been a positive role model for many members of the Wisconsin swim team.”I think that she is a wonderful person,” Wiesner said. “She is an amazing swimmer and really good role model for all the younger girls on the team. She is just a really important part of the team.””She is always very happy and is a great friend whenever you need one,” teammate Hannah McClurg said. “She has always been someone to look up too.”Being a positive influence on the swim team has come naturally to Sarnecki. Though she knows how to take care of her teammates outside the pool, Sarnecki also knows how stir up a recipe for success in the pool.Just recently, Sarnecki picked up her second and third Big Ten title in the 100-yard breaststroke and 200-yard individual medley at the 2006 Big Ten Championships.”She is always working hard, I’ve always thought of her as being one of the most talented on the team,” McClurg said.Breaststroke has always come effortlessly to Sarnecki. In high school she won two state titles in the 100-yard breaststroke. Her talents in the stroke attracted the likes of Wisconsin coaches and since arriving on campus, the Ann Arbor, Mich., native has served as UW’s primary breaststroker.Serving as the go-to breaststroker is not an easy task for any swimmer, and Sarnecki still appreciates each opportunity she gets to compete it on relays.”It’s been exciting,” she said. “Breaststroke is my favorite event and I loving competing it on the relays … When you are on a relay, you have the whole team behind you and you are now apart of something.”You get picked for the relays by our coaches because they have confidence in you,” she added. “You also have three other people that want you to be successful, so they can be successful as well.”Lately, Sarnecki’s natural talents have helped her land two new relay positions on the 200- and 400-yard freestyle relays.”She has proven to be one of our top sprint freestylers,” UW assistant coach Kari Woodall said. “We have used her a lot of different ways. She is the type of girl who can swim any different type of race well.”Now heading into her final college meet at the NCAA Championships, Sarnecki hopes to continue to serve as the Badger breaststroker on relays and score a few individual laurels of her own.”My biggest goal is for our relays to do really well,” Sarnecki said. “I want at least both medley relays to be All-American; I think that is the biggest goal. I would also like to break some more team records. I think we all have a little bit more that we can give.”This Championship, Sarnecki’s best event (the 200-yard breaststroke) will also be her last individual event. Last year, she earned her first All-American accolade in that event by claiming eighth at the 2005 NCAA Championships.”Individually, I’m just going to enjoy myself because it’s going to be my last meet,” Sarnecki added. “I would also like to be All-American in both breaststrokes.”In past two NCAA Championships, Sarnecki has been able to place in the top-16 in both breaststroke events.Heading into her last college race, Sarnecki simply wants to enjoy the moment.”Four years goes really quick,” she added. “A lot of people might not have enjoyed it has much as I have. I’m excited for it to be over, but I’m scared of what is going to happen after it … I’ve been really lucky.” read more
That Lemar has not adapted to Atlético de Madrid is a fact. There are their numbers. The stunning player of Monaco in 2016-17 (55 games, 14 goals) has never appeared in Madrid. Griezmann’s request to prop up the champion Atlético who wanted his measure to stay in 2018, only in the first weeks did he leave signs of his undeniable talent (The Super Cup against Madrid in Tallinn will always be remembered as his best game as a rojiblanco), but now. Neither with Griezmann and Lucas, nor without Lucas and Griezmann, nor despite the confidence of Cholo, the pampering of the club, neither last season nor this one, Lemar has been that Lemar. In the showcase the past winter market, a hair’s breadth away, in the last hours ESPN points to movements to leave the rojiblanco club in the next. The journalist of the chain, Julien Laurens, reported that last week there was a first meeting between the player’s representatives and Manchester United, club interested in signing in the summer. In addition, it highlighted two circumstances. The first, that: that Lemar “does not adapt completely Diego Simeone’s style of play and he has run out of opportunities in the first team. “The second:”what wants to leave Atlético in summer after an unhappy period in the Spanish capital“, as it collected Stretty News In England. Atlético seeks to recover its high investment“It is clear that the 24-year-old needs a move to resurrect a promising career that seems to have hit a brick wall in Spain.“The news stood out. The weight of having been (until the arrival of João Félix) for one year the most expensive signing in the history of Atlético, who paid 70 million for his incorporation, got tangled in his legs and has not raised his head. Often, that player who promised everything in Monaco, wanders lost through the field, subtracting more than adding, one day, another, infinities. Pushed by the fans in a systematic way, his recovery as a rojiblanco seems increasingly difficult. United already loved him when he played for Monaco. Now may be the time. Of course, Atlético in all its negotiations for Lemar has always sought something (as it was made known in the past market to those who approached asking about it, Arsenal, Bayern, Lyon, Tottenham …): recoup your investment in the player. Not the ‘bad’ will pierce. read more