Shearwater GeoServices has won a large towed streamer 3D seismic survey for Block 52, offshore Suriname by Petronas. Petronas is the operator of Block 52 with 50 per cent participating interest together with partner, ExxonMobil holding the rest. “This new survey in Suriname comes at an exciting time for this area,” said Irene Waage Basili, the chief executive officer of Shearwater. The 3D seismic survey covers surface area of 6,200 square kilometres in Suriname’s Block 52. Specifically, the Geo Caribbean vessel will carry out the survey. The four-month project should commence in Q4, 2020. “We look forward to working together with PSEPBV, an affiliate of Petronas in Suriname, for this project.”
Trying to watch Tiger Woods at the Farmers Insurance Open? We’re here to help. Woods opens his 2019 PGA Tour schedule Thursday with the familiar tournament at Torrey Pines, a course where he’s enjoyed much success. The 14-time major champion is looking to pick up where he left off in 2018 following a season-ending victory at the Tour Championship, his first win on Tour in five years. Farmers Insurance Open TV scheduleThursday, Jan. 243-7 p.m. ETGolf Channel/fuboTVFriday, Jan. 253-7 p.m. ETGolf Channel/fuboTVSaturday, Jan. 261-3 p.m. ETGolf Channel/fuboTVSaturday, Jan. 263-6 p.m. ETCBS/fuboTVSunday, Jan. 271-3 p.m. ETGolf Channel/fuboTVSunday, Jan. 273-6 p.m. ETCBS/fuboTVLIVE: Farmers Insurance Open leaderboardTiger Woods’ tee timesTiger Woods tees off for Round 4 at 11:45 a.m. ET alongside Scott Stallings and Ben Silverman.DateTimePairingThursday, Jan. 241:40 p.m. ETXander Schauffele, Tony FinauFriday, Jan. 2512:30 p.m. ETXander Schauffele, Tony FinauSaturday, Jan. 2611:10 a.m. ETScott Stallings, Mackenzie HughesSunday, Jan. 2711:45 a.m. ETScott Stallings, Ben SilvermanFarmers Insurance Open live streamingYou can stream the Farmers Insurance Open live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial). MORE: Tiger Woods planning to ‘pace’ himself with 2019 scheduleWoods’ first and second rounds are only available on TV via the Golf Channel, but it will be much easier to watch if he makes the cut as the broadcast moves to CBS over the weekend. A live stream of each round is also available on fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.You can also follow our “Tiger Watch” blog and live Farmers Open leaderboard for scores and highlights throughout the tournament.Here’s everything to know about the Farmers Insurance Open, including updated tee times and a full TV schedule with live-streaming information.
Johannesburg, Monday 19 March 2018 – Brand South Africa will, from 19-21 March 2018, engage with South African citizens living in Australia. In executing its mandate to position the country positively and manage its reputation, Brand South Africa participates in and organises a series of engagements with citizens both domestically and internationally. These engagements are aimed at highlighting the status of the Nation Brand while encouraging citizens to become brand ambassadors and rally behind efforts to strengthen the country’s reputation and profile. Through this, it is anticipated that South Africans can become citizens who actively play their part in this national endeavour. Explaining the importance of South Africans in the diaspora, Brand South Africa’s CEO Dr Kingsley Makhubela says, “South Africans living abroad are one of the most important constituencies because of their ability to promote and profile the country positively. “As part of the engagements in Perth, Brand South Africa will share information on of the performance of the Nation Brand. Through this process it is anticipated that these Global South Africans can be encouraged to fly the South African flag and therefore contribute to collective efforts to promote South Africa as a globally competitive business and tourist destination.” Brand South Africa is the custodian of South Africa’s image and reputation and is targeting the 180,000 South African immigrants in Australia, to define their own niche and contribute to the promotion of their country there. Interviews can be arranged with identified spokespeople.
By: Bari Sobelson, MS, LMFTOn August 17th, Dr. Melissa Merrick from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provided us with a unique opportunity- a chance to take an in-depth look at the Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) Study and what it means for the future health and well-being of our children.The following are some highlights of Dr. Merrick’s webinar:Violence compromises early brain development.ACEs can have lasting effects on health, behaviors, and life potential.Of the 10 leading causes of death in the U.S. in 2014, 7 have direct associations to early adversity.Preventing child maltreatment requires understanding why some children and families are at greater risk.Early adversity can literally make us sick. And, not only does early adversity affect later health, but also life opportunities that can be protective for our health.Brown and colleagues (1998) documented a 19-year difference in life expectancy between those who had high (6+) versus no ACEs.The exposure to violence, especially in childhood, is a public health priority.CDC is committed to stopping violence before it happens. This is also known as primary prevention.Violence prevention is strategic. The importance of preventing early adversity has never been clearer given the impacts of health and life opportunities that reverberates across generations.Current efforts to prevent early adversity will be more successful if they broaden public and professional understanding of the links between early adversity and poverty and the structural barriers that reduce the likelihood of moving out of poverty.Are you interested yet? For detailed information on these highlights and more interesting facts and helpful resources, check out the archived webinar here:
Even as the 2003 invasion of Iraq by British and US forces to find out “weapons of mass destruction” is back in focus, former UK prime minister Tony Blair has said that war should not be blamed for the violent insurgency that has gripped the country, with critics rejecting his comments as “bizarre”.This image posted on a militant website on Saturday, June 14, 2014, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, appears to show militants from the Al Qaeda-inspired Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) leading away captured Iraqi soldiers in plain clothes after taking over a base in Tikrit, Iraq. The Islamic militant group that seized much of northern Iraq has posted photos that appear to show its fighters shooting dead dozens of captured Iraqi soldiers in a province north of the capital Baghdad. Iraq’s top military spokesman Lt. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi confirmed the photos’ authenticity on Sunday and said he was aware of cases of mass murder of Iraqi soldiers. AP PhotoFILE – In this Friday, June 13, 2014 file photo, An Iraqi refugee girl from Mosul stands outside her family’s tent at Khazir refugee camp outside Irbil, 217 miles (350 kilometers) north of Baghdad, Iraq. Days after Iraq’s second-largest city fell to Al Qaeda-inspired fighters, some Iraqis are already returning to Mosul, lured back by insurgents offering cheap gas and food, restoring power and water and removing traffic barricades. AP PhotoAsserting that there would still be a “major problem” in Iraq even without the toppling of Saddam Hussein in 2003, Blair told BBC the current crisis “affects us all”, calling for more western intervention in the area.Militants post images of mass killingadvertisementMeanwhile, the Islamic militant group that seized much of northern Iraq has posted photos that appear to show its fighters shooting dead dozens of captured Iraqi soldiers in a province north of the capital Baghdad, AP adds.The pictures on a militant website appear to show masked fighters of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL, loading the captives onto flatbed trucks before forcing them to lie face-down in a shallow ditch with their arms tied behind their backs. The final images appear to show the bodies of the captives soaked in blood after being shot.Captions say the killings were to avenge the death of an ISIL commander, Abdul-Rahman al-Beilawy, whose death was reported by both the government and ISIL shortly before the Al Qaeda splinter group captured Iraq’s second largest city Mosul and Saddam Hussein’s hometown of Tikrit in a lightning offensive.Iraq’s top military spokesman, Lt. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi, confirmed the photos’ authenticity on Sunday and said he was aware of cases of mass murder of captured Iraqi soldiers in areas held by ISIL.UN human rights chief Navi Pillay warned on Friday of “murder of all kinds” and other war crimes in Iraq, and said the number killed in recent days may run into the hundreds, while the wounded could approach 1,000. Speaking in Geneva, she said her office has received reports that militants rounded up and killed Iraqi soldiers as well as 17 civilians in a single street in Mosul.Her office heard of “summary executions and extrajudicial killings” after ISIL militants overran Iraqi cities and towns, the statement said.Most of the soldiers who appear in the pictures are in civilian clothes. Some are shown wearing military uniforms underneath, indicating they may have hastily disguised themselves as civilians to try to escape.Many soldiers and policemen left their uniforms and equipment behind as the militants swept into Mosul, Tikrit and surrounding areas.The captions did not provide a date or location, but al-Moussawi said the killings took place in Salahuddin province, the capital of which is Tikrit.