Brad James Written by May 30, 2019 /Sports News – Local ESPN, BYUTV, Announce Kickoff Times For Select BYU Football Games Tags: ABC/BYUTV/ESPN/ESPN-2/Idaho State/San Diego State/Tennessee/USC/Utah FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah-Thursday, ESPN and BYUTV announced the kickoff times for select BYU football games during this upcoming season.These include games against Utah, Tennessee, USC and Idaho State.The Cougars’ season opener against the Utes August 29 will have an 8:15 pm kickoff and the September 7 game at Tennessee will have a 5:00 pm kickoff. Both of these will be ESPN broadcasts.September 14, BYU hosts USC at 1:30 pm. This game will be broadcast either on ABC, ESPN or ESPN-2.The Cougars will also host Idaho State November 16 at 1:00 pm on BYUTV and ESPN3.BYU’s November 2 game at Utah State will be on the ESPN Family of Networks in some capacity although the kickoff time and particular network have not yet been determined.The Cougars’ November 30 game at San Diego State will have a 7:00 pm MST kickoff and be broadcast on CBS Sports Network.
Source: Company Press Release Emerson’s digital transformation technologies support safe operations for New Caspian Sea Platform. (Credit: C Morrison from Pixabay) Emerson has been awarded a $14 million contract to provide automation technologies for the new Azeri Central East offshore platform in the Caspian Sea, the latest development in the Azeri-Chirag-Deepwater Gunashli oilfield. Emerson will serve as the main automation contractor, providing its Project Certainty methodologies and digital technologies that transform capital project execution to help BP bring this fast-track project onstream in 2023.Digital twin solutions and cloud engineering services, part of Emerson’s Project Certainty methodologies, will help accelerate project execution. Emerson’s digital twin solution enables virtual testing and system integration while the platform is being built and provides a simulated environment for platform operators to train, helping ensure a safe, smooth start-up and ongoing operational excellence. Cloud engineering reduces engineering costs and time by enabling global teams to collaborate and engineer in parallel regardless of location.Emerson will apply its portfolio of automation software and services to help BP achieve greater production and safe operations. This includes Emerson’s DeltaV™ automation system that controls critical safety functions in addition to wellhead production, drilling and the transfer of oil and gas to the onshore Sangachal Terminal.Automation technologies also anticipate safety risks and enable remote monitoring, which reduces exposure of people and extends intervals between major maintenance turnarounds. Wired and wireless networks will connect more than 1,000 Emerson measurement instruments to monitor pressure, flow, temperature and pipework corrosion. Emerson will also provide all critical control, emergency shutdown and isolation valves, connected by its digital positioning technology.“This latest project builds on the successful collaboration between BP and Emerson on the West Chirag and Shah Deniz Stage 2 developments,” said Jim Nyquist, group president for Emerson’s systems and software business. “Our extensive experience helping organizations achieve capital project success has enabled us to become a trusted partner to digitally transform mega projects such Azeri Central East.” Emerson will serve as the main automation contractor, providing its Project Certainty methodologies and digital technologies
Auction House is reporting the highest number of April sales in the group’s 11 year history.The award-winning auctioneer sold a total of 306 lots during the month – a 16 per cent rise on the 264 sales in 2017, with a combined value of £43.6m. This included the sale of the 1,000th lot this year – a milestone reached one month earlier than last year.The property was a semidetached bungalow in Stanton Avenue, Northampton (pictured), which sold above its £135,000- £155,000 guide price, for £156,500.Auction House Founding Director Roger Lake said, “These are impressive statistics in a climate which is probably even more challenging than last year. To have continued delivering improved sales results is a remarkable achievement, especially when the property market as a whole is experiencing a bumpy ride, and with all the uncertainties of Brexit still ahead of us. It only serves to prove once again the attraction of auction as a speedy, secure and successful method of sale.”Cumulatively, the number of lots sold by Auction House in the first four months of 2018 was equally notable, with 1,032 sales so far (compared to 980 during the same period last year) and a total raised of almost £130m (£129,980,271), compared to £123m between January and April 2017.Roger Lake added, “These figures also indicate the consistently strong performance of our room auctions, which do not seem to have been adversely impacted by the rise in internet sales.“Our healthiest performances lie outside the south east of England – particularly in the Midlands and North West, where we’ve seen some strong gains. Interestingly, it would appear that the northern half of the country is no longer so rigidly dependent on what happens in London, but is now more influenced by its own regional factors.”auction Auction House auction lots auction sales June 15, 2018The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Auction House reports best April in it’s history! previous nextAgencies & PeopleAuction House reports best April in it’s history!The Negotiator15th June 20180409 Views
Innovative food and drink companies in the West Midlands are to get a helping hand developing their ideas.Funding from the West Mid-lands Food Partnership will help small and medium-sized food companies team up with research and development institutions to come up with new products.Approved applications will be eligible for 50% match funded awards of between £500 and £5,000 in the scheme, managed by Heart of England Fine Foods.The regional food group is keen to help develop new recipes or enhance the health benefits of existing recipes; redesign product packaging; or implement new systems that will improve companies’ standing in the marketplace.”Funding can be used for lab testing, licensing and patenting to consultancy fees and training costs,” said West Midlands Food Partnership manager James Allen.For more information, contact 01746 785185 or email [email protected]
Carr’s Milling has continued to trade ahead of expectations since its interim results, largely driven by its agricultural and engineering operations.The group said it had seen a strong financial performance for the 19 weeks since its half-year end in February. This was ahead of market expectations and should result in profitability for the full year well above last year’s underlying result, it added.In an interim management statement, Carr’s said that its food division had continued to operate in a difficult market. It said: “We successfully implemented cost reduction initiatives to address, in part, the negative impact on margins from weaker consumer demand and continuing over-capacity in the market.”In May, net debt was £18.5m, down £5.4m on £23.9m a year earlier. As a result, analyst Investec Securities upgraded its pre-tax profit estimate to £8.65m for the full year, up on the £7m Carr’s Milling made last year.
Thundercat has announced a headlining world tour in 2017, starting with San Francisco in February and ending with Brussels in April. The bassist/singer-songwriter, most notably known for his work with producer Flying Lotus, hasn’t released solo work since 2015’s The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam. Known for his infectious bass vibes and soulful tones, he’s since been featured on various projects, including Kendick Lamar‘s To Pimp A Butterfly and Moses Sumney‘s latest track, “Lonely World.”Though according to FlyLo, we can expect a new album by the end of the year (OkayPlayer reports). So we have our fingers crossed for an album announcement to come soon with this extensive list of world dates. See below for the full schedule. Tickets are currently on-sale here.Check out his most recent single, released in September, “Bus In The Streets” below:
The 2012 Louis Néel Medal has been awarded to James R. Rice for his seminal contributions to the fundamental understanding of strain localization, poromechanics, and friction.The award committee praised his elegant and systematic studies that have elucidated fault mechanics and the coupling with hydrologic and thermal processes during all phases of the earthquake cycle.This medal, given on behalf of the European Geosciences Union, is reserved for individuals in recognition of outstanding achievements in rock magnetism and rock physics and geomaterials.Rice, Mallinckrodt Professor of Engineering Sciences and Geophysics in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences (EPS) at Harvard, is widely recognized, according to the EGU award announcement, as the world’s leading researcher in solid mechanics over the past four decades, having contributed so broadly not only in engineering, but also in geosciences.His early contributions in the areas of solid mechanics and materials science include the theory of crack propagation in elastic-plastic material, mechanics of void formation and ductile fracture, as well as formulation of inelastic constitutive relations. Read Full Story
Grab some popcorn and a giant box of Sno-Caps, because Broadway is going to the movies! Film execs have made all sorts of promises about producing film adaptations of our favorite Broadway musicals, from a Guys & Dolls big-screen reboot with Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt to a Gypsy movie led by Barbra Streisand. Now that the Spring Awakening and Wicked adaptations seem like they’re finally getting off the ground, and we’ve got the new Jersey Boys film and the Annie update to look forward to this year, we want to know: Which upcoming movie musical are you most excited to see on the big screen? Cast your vote below! View Comments
18SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Credit unions are gaining members and growing loan portfolios according to our latest trends report. The economic outlook published today, and highlights include the following:During February, credit unions picked-up 538,000 in new memberships, loan and savings balances grew at a 12.8 percent and 8.4 percent seasonally-adjusted annualized pace, respectively. Firms hired 235,000 workers, nominal consumer spending increased 0.1 percent, and long-term interest rates decreased 1 basis point. Real GDP growth is expected to accelerate to 2.3 percent in 2017, faster than the 1.6 percent pace reported in 2016.At the end of February, CUNA’s monthly estimates reported 5,977 CUs in operation, 9 fewer than one month earlier. Year-over-year, the number of credit unions declined by 242, more than the 241 lost in the 12 months ending in February 2016.Total credit union assets rose 1.9 percent in February, above the 1.4 percent gain reported in February of 2016. Assets rose 7.9 percent during the past year due to a 7.5 percent increase in deposits, a 28 percent increase in borrowings, and a 5.7 percent increase in capital. continue reading »
The NCUA in May issued two prohibition notices and one prohibition order, prohibiting an individual previously associated with credit unions from any future participation in the affairs of a federally-insured financial institution.Violation of a prohibition order is a felony offense punishable by imprisonment and a fine of up to $1 million. The names and details from last month’s prohibition notices and order follow:Ryan L. Baum, a former employee of Northeastern Operating Engineers Federal Credit Union in Whitestone, N.Y., was sentenced on the charge of petit larceny;Frances McComas, a former employee of West Virginia Federal Credit Union in South Charleston, W.Va., was sentenced on the charge of embezzlement; and continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr