Linkedin Report by Andrew CareyTHE body of a young female has been found at the River Shannon during the course of a search for missing Limerick teenager Chloe Kinsella.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Search units attached to Limerick Marine Search and Rescue discovered the body this morning and it is to be removed to the University Hospital Limerick for further examination.Gardai confirmed that the body was recovered by divers at Browns Quay, Thomondgate shortly before midday.Information is still being sought regarding the missing teen.Foul play has been ruled out in the discovery.Meantime, the body of a Polish man missing in Limerick since September 6 last has been discovered at his home. Facebook NewsBreaking newsBody found at River ShannonBy admin – October 4, 2013 801 Email Previous articleZoe’s Auditions win the Audience FavouriteNext articleChief Justice highlights need for reform of court system admin Advertisement Print Twitter WhatsApp
The world’s largest crane vessel, Sleipnir, has lifted Wintershall Dea’s Nova field topside module from the Rosenberg WorleyParsons yard in Stavanger, Norway. The German oil company began a new Nova subsea campaign earlier this week with the installation of two manifolds in the templates on the seabed. To remind, Neptune awarded a contract to Rosenberg WorleyParsons for construction and installation of the Nova topside module on the Gjøa platform back in May 2018. First steel for the project was cut back in November 2018. The Nova field, operated by Wintershall Dea, is developed as asubsea tie-back connecting two templates to our Gjøa platform. The Nova field is located inthe Norwegian North Sea, 120 kilometres northwest of Bergen. The expectedrecoverable reserves from the field are around 80 boe, of which the majoritywill be oil. The Nova field is expected to come on stream in 2021. In August 2019, Wintershall Dea completed the installation of the subsea pipelines and umbilicals for the Nova project. Neptune Energy, the partner in the Nova field, said via its social media channels on Friday that Sleipnir was sailing towards Neptune’s Gjøa platform in the North Sea where it would be installed. When it comes to the project’s previous milestones, Wintershall Dea in May 2019 installed two subsea templates on the ocean floor in Norway, marking a major milestone for the Nova project. Wintershall Dea holds a 45per cent share in the Nova project. Other project partners are Capricorn, SpiritEnergy with 20 per cent each, and Edison Norge with the remaining 15 per cent.
Tamara PimentelAPTN NewsThe dogs are ready to run.“These dogs love it,” said Canzada Maruskie, dog musher. “If they couldn’t run they wouldn’t have anything to do at that point, they love what they are doing.”So do their owners.The Maruskie family traveled over 3,600 kilometres from Alaska to be at the South Slave Arctic Winter Games.They’ve also been doing it for a while and picked up a few things along the way.“We don’t feed them the morning before the race, pretty much the only thing that we do differently,” said Zachary Maruskie. “Some mushers probably do that too. It’s just so they don’t poop on the trail.”However, some issues came up they couldn’t account for.A minimum of four teams are needed for dog sledding at the games, according to the official rules.In 2016, host Greendland didn’t offer the sport.But it appears the games are making an exception this year with only two teams entered.“We are already prepared, we already paid, we got sponsors, we got all this stuff to do, you can’t just cancel it at the last minute,” said Scott [email protected]