MPA Awards Grant for Two LNG Bunker Vessels

first_imgThe Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has awarded SGD 6 million (USD 4.5 million) to FueLNG and Pavilion Gas for the construction of two LNG bunker vessels in an effort to help promote ship-to-ship LNG bunkering in Singapore.FueLNG and Pavilion Gas will each receive a co-funding grant of up to SGD 3 million for their respective LNG bunker vessel.Slated for delivery in 2020, the vessels will be amongst the first of their kind in Asia, according to MPA.“This is a significant step towards cementing Singapore’s position as a leading LNG bunkering hub in the Far East, catering to large ocean-going LNG-fuelled vessels,” MPA said.“LNG is a viable marine fuel solution to meet global environmental regulations such as the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) 0.5% global sulphur cap from 1 January 2020. As the world’s largest bunkering hub, we are pleased to support the building of the first two LNG bunker supply vessels for the Port of Singapore. We look forward to the successful applicants contributing to the growth of ship-to-ship LNG bunkering in the Port of Singapore,” Andrew Tan, Chief Executive of MPA, commented.last_img read more

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TGS and Schlumberger in seismic reimaging project in Egyptian Red Sea

first_imgTGS and Schlumberger have announced a new 3D seismic reimaging project in the Egyptian Red Sea.The two companies said on Friday that the project would comprise reimaging data from three overlapping seismic surveys totaling 3,600 km² that was acquired between 1999 and 2008 – the only available 3D data in this part of the Red Sea. It includes the integration of all legacy seismic and non-seismic data and will apply advanced imaging technologies to better define complex subsalt structures.The project, which is supported by industry prefunding, will be carried out by TGS and WesternGeco, the geophysical services product line of Schlumberger.Data will be available before the closing of Egypt’s offshore Red Sea international license round on September 15, 2019.Kristian Johansen, CEO at TGS, said: “The Red Sea 3D reimaging project follows a multi-client 2D seismic acquisition program that was completed in March 2018 as the initial step in mitigating the complex salt imaging challenges in the area.”He concluded: “The underexplored offshore Egyptian Red Sea area is made up of large, untested structures that offer growth opportunities for oil companies.”Maurice Nessim, president of WesternGeco, stated: “Our comprehensive geological understanding, innovative seismic imaging techniques and full integration of non-seismic methods will define new exploration trends in this frontier basin.”He added: “This collaborative approach will help our clients identify high- potential play segments, assess exploration risks and accelerate hydrocarbon discovery.”TGS and Schlumberger have a long-term commitment with the Egypt Ministry of Petroleum and South Valley Egyptian Petroleum Holding Company (GANOPE) to acquire and process seismic data and promote the prospectivity of the Egyptian Red Sea. GANOPE is responsible for managing Egypt’s hydrocarbon resource potential under latitude line 28°.Spotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today, please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.last_img read more

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Petronas names second FLNG unit in South Korea

first_imgImage courtesy of PetronasMalaysian energy giant Petronas, marked another milestone with the official naming of its second floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility, PFLNG Dua at the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in South Korea. With PFLNG Dua, the national oil and gas company of Malaysia now owns and operates two floating LNG facilities, including the PFLNG Satu which has been in operation since 2017.The PFLNG Dua was delivered by Petronas together with its partners, JGC Corporation and Samsung Heavy Industries, the consortium responsible for the engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning of the floating LNG facility.Construction of Petronas’ second floating LNG facility which started in 2015 is progressing on schedule for completion and sail away in February 2020, Petronas said in its statement.PFLNG Dua will be moored over the Rotan gas field at a water depth of 1,300 meters, located 140 km offshore Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, with the capacity to produce 1.5 million tonnes of LNG per annum.last_img read more

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Ruter races to Skip Rose Memorial checkers at I-35

first_imgMASON CITY, Iowa (May 31) – Ryan Ruter raced to another $1,000 payday ay I-35 Speedway, topping the Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified feature in Sunday’s rescheduled Skip Rose Memo­rial.Ruter started the 20-lapper from the fifth spot and had the lead when the third circuit was scored.The race stayed green until a car spun and came to a stop in the first set of turns, forcing a green, white, checkered finish.Ruter pulled away to beat Jesse Hoeft to the finish by five car lengths.“We knew we had to get to the lead pretty quick,” said Ruter, who’d swept Frostbuster specials at Hancock County Speedway and I-35 in April. “Everything worked out for us.”Kelly Shryock started 11th and finished third. Rose Rose and Jeff Dolphin completed the top five.Travis Shipman also pocketed $1,000 for his IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature win, in front of Chad Palmer, Derek Green, Jesse Brown and Kevin Opheim.The third-starting Shipman took the lead in the first set of turns and stayed in front to the finish.None of Shipman’s competition was able to capitalize on either of two restarts and he pulled away from the field on the dry slick oval, winning handily for the second time in three I-35 outings this season.Shipman was just into lapped traffic at the checkers.Levi Chipp was fastest in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod field, ahead of Greg Sidles, Cody Knecht, Austin Schrage and Nick West. Chasing Chanse Hollatz to the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock checkers were Weston Koop, Cody Nielsen, Andrew Borchardt and Scott Dobel.The top two drivers in national point standings ran 1-2 in the Mach-1 Sport Compact feature, with Dalton Kron getting the win in front of Jay DeVries. Steve Fields was third.The Skip Rose Memorial had been postponed due to inclement weather during the Memorial Day Weekend.Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Ryan Ruter; 2. Jesse Hoeft; 3. Kelly Shryock; 4. Rob Rose; 5. Jeff Dolphin; 6. Tim Ward; 7. Aaron Benson; 8. Clint Wendel; 9. Levi Nielsen; 10. Rich Lewerke; 11. Josh Ruby; 12. Bryce Carey; 13. Mark Noble; 14. Logan Brown.Stock Cars – 1. Travis Shipman; 2. Chad Palmer; 3. Derek Green; 4. Jesse Brown; 5. Kevin Opheim; 6. Luke Sathoff; 7. Joe Willier; 8. Kellie Schmit; 9. Kyle Rose; 10. Harold Schaer; 11. Blake Cole.Northern SportMods – 1. Levi Chipp; 2. Greg Sidles; 3. Cody Knecht; 4. Austin Schrage; 5. Nick West; 6. Nick Meyer; 7. George Nordman; 8. Jeremy Grantham; 9. Nate Whitehurst; 10. Kyle Germund­son; 11. Brian Schrage; 12. Dustin Enabnit; 13. Dan Tenold; 14. Andrew Inman; 15. Alex Zwanziger; 16. Autum Anderson; 17. Colby Fett; 18. Nate Chodur; 19. Zack Smidt; 20. Dan Drury.Hobby Stocks – 1. Chanse Hollatz; 2. Weston Koop; 3. Cody Nielsen; 4. Andrew Borchardt; 5. Scott Dobel; 6. Derek Hodges; 7. Matt White; 8. Zac Smith; 9. Jason Asbe; 10. Micah Lavrenz; 11. Cory Gansen; 12. Ruben Stanbrough; 13. Blaine Hanson; 14. Spencer Cole; 15. Joel Showalter; 16. Derek Willert; 17. Dan McCullough; 18. Darin Johnson; 19. Travis Johnson; 20. Tanner Green.Sport Compacts – 1. Dalton Kron; 2. Jay DeVries; 3. Steve Fields; 4. Devin Jones; 5. Kaytee DeVries; 6. Oliver Monson; 7. Sam Winkowitsch; 8. Ken Winkowitsch; 9. Taylor Fields.last_img read more

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WADA instructs cancellation of Greaves cycle race

first_imgThe much anticipated Alonzo Greaves birth anniversary 30-lap cycle race which was scheduled for the inner circuit of the National Park yesterday was called off,according to the Guyana Cycling Federation (GCF).According to a GCF source, the reason for the cancellation is the fact that Greaves is still serving a one year ban in accordance to the Union of Cycling International (UCI) rules.Speaking to Chronicle Sport yesterday, Greaves said he feels very depressed because the two previous events which were organized in his name,the local cyclists were very happy and enthusiastic to be a part of the activity.“I am not staging this event to make money, rather, I’m am putting money into the cyclist’s pockets as a reward for their hard work and dedication” Greaves stated, adding “I just want to give back to the sport and assist with the development of the sport local. It’s not that I want to party or anything like that for my birth anniversary.”Greaves said the suspension will end on November 1 and he will either stage the event just after or probably wait until next year.Once a cyclist has been served with a ban, that cyclist cannot in any way be associated with the sport until that ban is over.However, he/she can train in isolation but not alongside any cyclist/s.The much talked about event, carried in all the dailies over a three-week period,had attracted great support from the cycling fraternity and other persons right up to yesterday morning,just prior to the scheduled 11:00hrs startGuyana’s leading wheelmen,including defending champion Geron Williams, Raynauth Jeffrey, Raul Leal, Orville Hinds, Michael Anthony, Mark Harris, Jamal John, Andrew Hicks, Romello Crawford and Akeem Wilkinson,were among the attendees.Greaves was suspended for one year by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), after he failed a doping test. He was one of 10 identified by the Caribbean Regional Anti-Doping Organisation (RADO) for random testing at the conclusion of the Tour of Guyana Five-Stage race in November 2015.The Disciplinary Panel noted that Greaves admitted to the charge, but stated that the infraction was not intentional. This is his first violation and he waived his right to have the “B” sample analyzed.It was decided that Greaves shall be disqualified in respect of the Tour of Guyana Five-Stage Cycle Race and any prize money and ranking points obtained therein shall be forfeited. The 12-month period of ineligibility started on November 1, 2015 and ends on November 1, 2016.During this period, Greaves would be barred from participating in any capacity in any event or activity or competition authorized, organized or sanctioned by the Guyana Olympic Association, and is ineligible to participate in any capacity in any national, regional or international sport activity for a period of 12 months.last_img read more

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Kansas City Chiefs rally to beat San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl, franchise’s first championship in 50 years

first_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditMIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Kansas City Chiefs rally to beat San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl, franchise’s first championship in 50 years. February 2, 2020 Associated Press center_img Kansas City Chiefs rally to beat San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl, franchise’s first championship in 50 yearslast_img

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Fox helps bring Syracuse into national spotlight

first_imgSyracuse has made a name for itself in the Atlantic Coast Conference under head coach Chris Fox. For the three-time Big East championship team — all three won under the coaching of Fox — this year’s success was expected. Fox has led both SU cross-country and track and field teams to record-breaking finishes since 2005.Fox began his running career as a student-athlete at Auburn University. While running at Auburn, Fox set several school records including the 5,000-meter run record of 13:34.14. Professionally, Fox ran for seven years as a member of the Nike-Athletics West team.Following his Nike career, Fox also competed nationally and at world levels with Brooks Sports for three years. After finishing his professional career, Fox began to pursue coaching for track and field and cross-country. He coached for North Carolina, George Washington and his alma mater before bringing his coaching talents to Syracuse.“You do what you know best and this is what I know best,” Fox said.Fox’s coaching days at Syracuse began in 2005 and have brought many great accomplishments.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“He wants to be successful and he has done a really good job at it by getting the most out of these kids,” said assistant coach Adam Smith.Fox’s willingness to strive for success has shown in the past seven seasons. In 2009, Fox brought the Orange men’s team, who were previously unranked, to a No. 11 national ranking. The Orange won its first Big East championship in school history later that season. Fast forward three years later and the Orange has won three out of four Big East championships and three consecutive NCAA regional championships. Fox led the women’s team to its first NCAA regional championship title in 2009 as well as its first NCAA championship title in 2008.After seven seasons in the Big East, transitioning into the ACC was no issue for Fox and the Orange. In this season, the men’s team has placed first overall in the conference championships as well as placing first this past weekend in the NCAA regionals. The team has become more and more successful during the years through Fox.“He really knows how to help us become really strong runners,” Brianna Nerud said, “not just in one year but over the course of our college career.” Comments Published on November 19, 2013 at 2:37 am Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Kylian Mbappe: From Bondy Babysit to World Cup Star

first_imgIn less than two years he has become a double Ligue 1 title winner and a regular for France and Paris St-Germain for whom he is expected to sign permanently this summer for 180m Euros.Mbappe spent his formative years developing his skills at AS Bondy in the north-eastern suburbs of Paris. The club are experiencing a surge in popularity and are inundated with new members wanting to follow in the footsteps of Mbappe.‘Kylian was born into football’AS Bondy’s senior team play in the 10th tier of French football, in the “Excellence” division of the League of Paris ile-de-France but they have a very successful youth system. Players who have passed through their age groups include Sevilla’s Sebastien Corchia and DR Congo international Fabrice N’Sakala.Until only three months ago, Mbappe’s father, Wilfried, was one of the sporting directors at the club looking after the age groups from under-10s up to under-17s but he has had various roles over 25 years at AS Bondy.“You could say that Kylian was born here at this club. He was here as a baby when his father was a player and a coach. He was always here and learning about football, even as a toddler. “When we played games, just before kick-off you’d see a two-year-old walk in with a ball and he’d sit with us to listen to the team talks. I think he’s the player here who must have heard the record number of pre-match team talks,” said Atmane Airouche, President of AS Bondy.“He was born into football and sport. His father was a youth leader, working with children in the local area and then he was brought in to AS Bondy. He only left us three months ago but his imprint will be here forever. He gave 25 years of his life to us. And his mother is also a big influence. She was a very good professional handball player,” he added. Antonio Riccardi, U-13s coach at AS Bondy, said that “His father is like my second father so I knew Kylian as a baby but the first time I coached him was when he was six years old. Just a few months after he had started playing here for the debutants age group you could tell he was different.“Kylian could do much more than the other children. His dribbling was already fantastic and he was much faster than the others.”‘He had posters of Ronaldo on his wall’“Kylian would always think about football, always talk about football, always watch football and if he wasn’t doing that he’d be playing football games on the PlayStation.“He’d even turn his living room into a football pitch. When he was young I used to take Kylian home from training and I’d babysit until his mother got home from work.“He always wanted to play in the living room! The sofa or the table would be the goal. He’d say: ‘Don’t tell my mother, don’t tell my father because they don’t want me to play here. Please don’t tell.’ So we used to play and I kept that secret for him. Luckily he never broke anything,” Riccard said. “He was a big fan of Cristiano Ronaldo. They were the posters on his bedroom wall, but he was a fan of lots of great players. He didn’t follow a particular team but he was a fan of many top footballers. Ronaldo was definitely his childhood hero though,” he added.“He only thinks about football and that’s what makes the difference compared to others.“Other players think that once they’ve signed for a club or gone to Clairefontaine they’ve achieved something, that they’ve arrived. But no, the hard work is only just starting and Kylian knew that. He’d play anywhere.“If he came here now and fancied a game he’d just play even now he’s a pro. All he thinks about is the game,” Airouche noted.‘The others went out partying, he went to bed’Mbappe agreed to sign for Monaco at the age of 14. He is said to have turned down every other Ligue 1 side, plus Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool and Bayern Munich.He made his first-team debut for Monaco on December 2, 2015 as a late substitute – in the process breaking former France striker Thierry Henry’s record to become Monaco’s youngest player at 16 years, 347 days.Mbappe was one of the stars of the Under-19 Euros in Germany in 2016, scoring five goals, including two in the semi-final. The top scorer at that tournament was Jean-Kevin Augustin, who has just left PSG to join German side RB Leipzig.“Kylian was always enthusiastic. You have to work hard when you have a talent like he does because if you don’t, others that are less talented but are working hard can catch up.“In Bondy there were no real moments of difficulty for him because he was far better than the others. But I know that in Monaco the first year was difficult for him because he had a coach that didn’t like him very much. Today that coach is no longer at Monaco and Kylian is in PSG and the national team. So it was the coach who was in the wrong,” Riccardi said.“We went to watch him at the under-19 final, which France won. We met him outside the stadium and we were shocked that he didn’t want to go partying with his team-mates. Instead he wanted to go straight home.“To him, he had achieved his goal to be European champion and was already thinking about his next goal: going back to Monaco, getting into their team, winning more titles.“I remember when Monaco became champions he was the only player on the pitch who didn’t have a mobile phone with him during the celebrations. All the others went out partying, he was the only one who went home to sleep. That’s what is so great about him.“Other professionals should learn from Kylian. You’ve never reached your goal. Work harder and harder every day,” Airouche said.‘He has the maturity of a 40-year-old’Mbappe often posts on social media about his family and is very close to his father, Wilfried, and mother, Fayza. He passed his high school exams in science and technology management, combining his studies with his football development.“He’s a little boy from Bondy who loves football and respects people. That’s what we give to our children here. He loves his town, he loves this club, he still talks about it to this day. He’s always behind us and when he gets the chance to see the little ones here he does it. That’s why lots of people like him because he is simply himself.“He is a young man who seems to have the maturity of a 40-year-old when he speaks. That’s his personality. Generous, respectful and when he comes here he’s always just a boy from Bondy and a boy from ASB,” Airouche said.“Kylian’s personality – when you see him speaking at 18 but sounding like he’s 30, talking with phenomenal maturity – is because of what his parents gave him. They’re people that always had their hands on their hearts, they helped a lot. Not just their children but the children here at the club, for them it was the same,” he added.“He’s the same now as he was back then. If he came here now he would say hello to all the young players here, he would give all the coaches a hug, he would take a ball and play with the others.“We still call and text each other and it’s the same easy-going conversations that we had when I was his babysitter. He will never change because his education is so good. Behind him he has his parents, who are fantastic people. He has a great family unit. He believes in family and he doesn’t want to let them down,” Riccardi said.  ‘Talent? Nobody has come close’“A move he used to do as a kid that he still does now in the ‘passement de jambes’ (the stepover). It was his trademark as a boy. From seven or eight years old he was doing that.“He was the best player I’ve ever seen in 15 years coaching here. Nobody has even come close. In Paris there are many talents but I’d never seen a talent like him. He was what we call a ‘craque’ (the best),” Riccardi said.“When he was little he was always the smallest but he had technique and vision in the game that most children just don’t have. That’s why when you see him now you notice he has amazing senses. He’s got eyes in the back of his head. He knows how to anticipate where the ball will go.“Here, he never played for his proper age group, he always played with older children because there was no point leaving him with kids his own age. He’d just get bored.“Physically that was tough because he was small, but he had the talent that made the difference. He was a phenomenon. Then suddenly, he grew up. I remember not seeing him for a while and then when we met up again he was suddenly as tall as me,” Airouche said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Alot has happened in a short space of time for Kylian Mbappe.Aged 19, he is lighting up the World Cup for France, scoring twice in their 4-3 victory over Argentina in the last 16.It is the latest step in a remarkable rise for a player who was celebrating passing his French high school exams just three summers ago. last_img read more

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COVID Kickoff: Central Arkansas-Austin Peay begin the season

first_img LIVE TV First Published: 29th August, 2020 08:51 IST Associated Press Television News COMMENT When Central Arkansas and Austin Peay signed up to play in the first game of the college football season, little did they know how notable it would become.With a large cloud of uncertainty still looming over the sport, the teams will start the shortened season Saturday night in the Guardian FCS Kickoff Classic before a limited number of fans amid the COVID-19 pandemic.“We are the show in Week Zero and the game to really kick off football, not just college football but also professional football,” Central Arkansas coach Nathan Brown said. “Really the first live football game of the year is a big deal. We know it’s going to be a must-see game.“We’re representing football players and football coaches across the nation right now. So it’s a big deal and something that we’ve talked about and educated our student-athletes about.”It will be a chance to acclimate to the new reality for college sports in the pandemic. The NBA and Major League Baseball have played games without fans. The Big Ten and Pac-12 are among college conferences that have already opted out of playing this fall.And while the Southeastern Conference, Atlantic Coast Conference and the Big 12 are scheduled to play, that’s not a guarantee either.Saturday night’s game ordinarily wouldn’t cause much of a national ripple even though it does involve teams that made the FCS playoffs last season. But there is nothing ordinary about this season, or this game.ESPN will broadcast the contest but the announcers will be working remotely. There were only 2,000 tickets distributed to the schools and sponsors, about 9% of the 22,000-seat capacity at Cramton Bowl, down the road from Alabama’s Statehouse, officials said.Fans are required to wear masks entering the stadium or moving around, and practice social distancing at all times.Concession stands will sell only prepackaged items.One infectious disease expert said even with distancing in the stands, he’d worry about fans congregating at the entrances and exits more than about the players and coaches who are being tested regularly.“But my biggest concern is compliance with mask wearing,” said Dr. Michael Saag, a professor of infectious diseases and associate dean for Global Health at UAB. “I’ve seen plenty of venues where masks are required to get in and as soon as people walk through the turnstile or the door, the mask disappears or goes around the neck. Cheering and screaming as well as singing are some of the most egregious activities as far as putting the virus into the air around somebody.“And if somebody’s closer than six feet and a mask’s not being worn, even if it’s outside, there’s a pretty good chance of transmission.”Saag, who described himself as “a huge football fan,” said he wouldn’t go to a game as a fan. He also noted troubling images of some high school games around the state, where fans, many not wearing masks, packed the stands. Unlike high schools, colleges have the resources to test players and staff at least weekly.The Austin Peay and Central Arkansas teams were tested on Wednesday. Austin Peay interim head coach Marquase Lovings, who was elevated to the position in July, declined to disclose information on any COVID-19 positive tests on the team.Central Arkansas athletic director Brad Teague said the school has been testing weekly since early August.“There have been 3 positive results and those were not on the practice squad,” Teague said in an email. “We have lots of PPE and educate and remind daily of our procedures.”Central Arkansas isn’t heading back to Conway for a while after traveling to Montgomery on Friday. The team is heading straight to Birmingham after the game and remaining there through Thursday night’s matchup with UAB.The teams did travel to Alabama with a new focus on health beyond injuries.“Make sure nobody gets on the bus that’s sick,” Brown said. “Bottom line: that’s going to be the key to playing this football season and obviously keeping our players safe, but also keeping Austin Peay’s players safe and not spreading the virus. That’s really the big difference.”Image credits: AP SUBSCRIBE TO UScenter_img Last Updated: 29th August, 2020 08:51 IST COVID Kickoff: Central Arkansas-Austin Peay Begin The Season When Central Arkansas and Austin Peay signed up to play in the first game of the college football season, little did they know how notable it would become WATCH US LIVE Written By FOLLOW USlast_img read more

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Epsom Downs confirms Unibet as betting partner of The Investec Derby

first_img StumbleUpon Ed NicholsonEuropean online bookmaker Unibet (Kindred Group), has been announced as the official betting partner of The Investec Derby Festival. The bookmaker forms a three-year (2017-2019) partnership between the bookmaker and Epsom Downs Racecourse.On the first weekend of June (Friday 2-Saturday 3) Epsom Downs Racecourse will welcome many thousands of racegoers to witness two days of top-class flat racing, attracting best-thoroughbred racehorses in Europe.The Investec Derby (Saturday 3 June), renowned as the greatest flat race in the world, this year boasts a record minimum total prize fund of £1.5 million. Unibet estimates that there will in excess of  £60 million wagered across the industry on this year’s Investec Derby, while the 2017’s renewal will see more people betting via their mobile phone than ever before.Ed Nicholson, Head of Racing Communications and Sponsorship at Kindred Group, said: “The Investec Derby remains the most prestigious flat race in the world. It is a British institution whose history and tradition resonates around the globe, and Unibet are honoured to be associated with such an iconic race as official betting partner.”Tony Langenegger, Sponsorship Manager for The Jockey Club’s London region, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Unibet as the new official betting partner for the Investec Derby Festival in this three-year deal. This year’s Investec Derby promises to deliver another great contest, with 129 horses currently entered for the £1.5m contest.” Related Articles Kindred: Spelinspektionen has failed in its management of Swedish marketplace June 11, 2020 Submit Unibet backs #GoRacingGreen as lead racing charity  July 28, 2020 Share Share Kindred marks fastest route to ‘normal trading’ as it delivers H1 growth July 24, 2020last_img read more

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