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Hywind Tampen Secures Enova Funding

Hywind Tampen Secures Enova Funding

first_imgEquinor has secured funding of up to NOK 2.3 billion (circa EUR 231.5 million) from Enova for the Hywind Tampen floating wind project in Norway.“The support that the licences have received for the Hywind Tampen project demonstrates the will of Norwegian authorities to invest in and develop floating offshore wind farms and renewable energy supplies,” said Pål Eitrheim, Executive Vice President for New Energy Solutions in Equinor.“With this support we have taken an important step forward in realising the project. Now it is up to the licences to further mature the project towards a final investment decision this autumn.”Hywind Tampen could become the world’s first offshore wind farm directly connected to oil & gas platforms, as Equinor and its partners at Gullfaks and Snorre decided to explore the possibilities of supplying the five platforms at the oil & gas fields with floating wind power.The project will feature 11 8MW turbines which will have a combined capacity of 88MW, and may meet about 35% of the annual power demand of the Snorre A and B, and Gullfaks A, B and C platforms.In September last year, Hywind Tampen also secured an investment grant of up to NOK 566 million from the NOx Fund.last_img read more

Team USA shows off its depth in 111-74 win over Argentina

Team USA shows off its depth in 111-74 win over Argentina

first_img“There’s a willingness on these guys to work on everything we need to work,” Team USA coach Mike Krzyzewski said. “They’ve been outstanding. We have good talent and good athleticism.”Carmelo Anthony (17 points) and DeMarcus Cousins (14, 15 rebounds) also cracked double figures. Team USA led by as many as 41 points. It also posted 42 points in the paint, converted on 26 second-chance points and outrebounded Argentina, 53-30.“They’re okay doing all the dirty work,” Krzyzewski said, referring to Cousins and Clippers center DeAndre Jordan. “The rest of the guys love that.” First things first, though. Team USA enters Sunday’s exhibition against China at Staples Center still with areas to sharpen. Team USA overcame a sluggish start where it went only 37.5 percent from the field in the first quarter, something Krzyzewski attributed to poor ball movement. The inaccurate contributors included starting shooting guard Klay Thompson (nine points on 3-of-11 shooting), reserve forward Draymond Green (three points on a 1-of-6 clip) and reserve forward Jimmy Butler (two points on 1 of 6 from the field), who Krzyzewski said suffered a minor injury to one of his ankles. Some sloppy play took place, such as Durant being called on one play for traveling and being pick pocketed by Carlos Delfino on another. Team USA often looked superior simply because Argentina shot only 38.9 percent from the field, a staple Krzyzewski believes could lead to the U.S. fielding its best defensive team ever. LAS VEGAS >> The outcome seemed inevitable when it took only 22 seconds of play for Kevin Durant to force a turnover and finish with a two-handed dunk. Nearly two hours later, the U.S. Olympic men’s basketball team coasted to a 111-74 victory over Argentina in their exhibition opener on Friday at T-Mobile Arena. Durant provided a team-leading 23 points on 7-of-12 shooting, while Paul George provided 18 points off the bench.Kobe Bryant’s retirement provides both intrigue and uncertainty on how the Lakers rebuild without his looming shadow. Absences to LeBron James, Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook, James Harden, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin would likely derail franchises in Cleveland, Golden State, Oklahoma City, Houston and for the Clippers, respectively. For the U.S. men’s Olympic team, however, it appears it has put together the necessary reinforcements to secure a third consecutive gold medal. “There’s a willingness to play it,” Krzyzewski said. “The guys want to play it. It’s a matter of us getting down to understanding our coverages.”This also marked the first game for Thompson and Thompson to understand playing together with Durant. Only three weeks ago, Durant left the Oklahoma City Thunder for the Golden State Warriors via free agency. The concepts Team USA preaches arguably applies to Golden State since both teams feature a stacked roster that needs to thrive on ball movement and team work to maximize its talent.“I didn’t really notice,” Durant said. “I was just lost in the game and trying to play the right way and worry about what Coach K wants us to do. I’m sure they felt the same way. They didn’t talk about it. We were just lost in the game just trying to play the right way.”center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

NASCAR senior VP of competition says drivers made ‘a mockery’ of qualifying Friday

NASCAR senior VP of competition says drivers made ‘a mockery’ of qualifying Friday

first_imgComments from #NASCAR’s Scott Miller on teams not completing a lap in final round of qualifying “and kind of making a mockery of the qualifying.” pic.twitter.com/BQUEJbXKGO— Dustin Long (@dustinlong) March 15, 2019NASCAR made a change this year where drivers can be on the track in close proximity during qualifying so they can get a draft and produce better times.What the side effect has been though is drivers will either post a time immediately and wait until the end of a round to try again, or they’ll just wait until the final minutes to make one run so other men can’t pass them up in the closing moments.Friday, all of the drivers waited until the final minute in the third round to get going, but they ultimately waited too long, as no one was able to get to the line and post a time. Therefore, Austin Dillon won the pole because he was in the lead after Round 2.Miller indicated there would be changes when speaking to reporters after qualifying.”It’s a little bit on us in that we hoped, we hoped things would go better than that,” he said. “It’s an exciting show when they’re out there on the race track, but obviously we have a little work to do on our part to get a little bit better formats like that so things like that can’t happen.” Miller said there will likely be no changes at Martinsville but there could be in Texas.While Miller was pretty insistent that this can’t happen again, Kyle Busch — who will start in fourth on Sunday — didn’t seem to have much of a problem with what went down.”I thought it was great,” he told FOX Sports. “It was drama, do whatever, you know, don’t hate the player hate the game.”A little Kyle Busch reaction to it all: ⁦@NASCARONFOX⁩ pic.twitter.com/wpiXMWgfV1— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) March 15, 2019 Not a single driver posted a qualifying time during the third round at Auto Club Speedway on Friday and NASCAR senior vice president of competition Scott Miller was not happy about it.”That’s what you don’t want,” he told reporters. “Obviously having the last 12 cars wait until they couldn’t get a time posted on the board and kind of making a mockery of the qualifying is not what we expect for our fans.”last_img read more