Gabadi, Hankuk Carbon ink LNG bunkering cooperation deal

first_imgImage courtesy of GabadiThe Spanish company, Gabadi, has formed an alliance with South Korean Hankuk Carbon to work together in the small- to medium-scale LNG bunkering market.The South Korean company specializes in manufacturing thermic insulation for the liquated natural gas sector (LNG) and electronic substrates.Gabadi said the agreement further expands the company’s presence in the Asian market as it had already created a joint venture in China with Aojiheng Offshore Engineering and secured contracts in Singapore.The company is currently executing methane carrier repair at the Keppel Shipyard in Singapore. It became the first company, not being a shipyard, in being granted the license by the technologist Gaztransport and Technigaz, for the construction and repair of its membrane tanks for gas carriers, it said in its statement.Gabadi and Hankuk Carbon believe that joining forces would enable both companies to obtain new contracts, related to the LNG bunkering, in different geographical locations, such as USA, China and Europe.last_img read more

Batesville elected officials Swearing-in ceremony

first_imgBatesville, IN—A swearing-in service for newly elected officials will begin at 12:00 p.m. on January 1, 2020, in the Council Chambers of the Memorial Building, 132 South Main Street, Batesville, Indiana.  It will be open to the public and the Honorable Robert W. Freese, Judge of the Superior Court of Hendricks County, Indiana, will administer the oaths of office.The elected officials who will be sworn in are as follows:Mayor – Mike BetticeClerk-Treasurer – Paul GatesDeputy Clerk-Treasurer – Michele BalserCity Judge – John KellermanCommon Council :District 1 – Darrick CoxDistrict 2 – Tracy RohlfingDistrict 3 – Jim FritschDistrict 4 – John IrrgangDue to a scheduling conflict, At-Large Council member Bill Flannery will be sworn in on an alternate date.last_img

‘Dizzy’ Alexander Zverev Loses Racquet into Crowd on Way to Shanghai Last 16

first_img Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Shanghai: Alexander Zverev said he suffered a dizzy spell during an entertaining 7-6 (15/13), 7-6 (7/3) win over French underdog Jeremy Chardy on Wednesday at the Shanghai Masters.In an incident-packed match, Zverev apologised to a television cameraman after the young German accidentally hit a ball flush into his jaw in winning a point. The 22-year-old was also seen by a doctor in the first set and in another colourful moment Zverev smashed his racquet on the floor during the mammoth first-set tie break.Zverev, ranked sixth in the world but suffering a poor season, was pushed all the way by the 71st-ranked Chardy before finally emerging in one hour and 48 minutes.”I felt a little dizzy and my head was spinning a little bit,” he said, explaining why he asked to see a doctor.”But the doctor didn’t speak a lot of English and all he wanted to do was give me pills for everything possible so I said I’d rather not take any pills and see if I feel better.”The second-set tie break had a lighter moment — Zverev losing his grip while hitting a shot, his racquet whizzing into the crowd.”It was definitely interesting,” the German smiled, referencing his flying racquet and his smash which hit the cameraman — neither intentional, he stressed.”The racquet accelerated too fast and flew about 10 rows up so I hope I did not hurt or hit anybody, but it was definitely not on purpose.”Zverev has long been talked about as the next big thing in men’s tennis, but only one of his 11 career titles has come this year. He is yet to win a Grand Slam.The fifth seed will play Andrey Rublev of Russia in the last 16. alexander zverevJeremy Chardyquarter finalsracquet First Published: October 9, 2019, 7:28 PM ISTlast_img read more