Sapura Energy Berhad (Sapura Energy) has secured three new contracts and two contract extensions worth approximately RM774 million.With these new wins, Sapura Energy will be executing works in Malaysia, Thailand and Brunei.Sapura Fabrication has been awarded a contract from Brunei Shell Petroleum Company (BSP) for the provision of Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation (EPCI) works for the Salman Project in Brunei.The project is divided into two parts consisting of the Salman greenfield scope and the Egret East greenfield scope.The Salman greenfield scope entails EPCI works and support for hook-up, pre-commissioning and commissioning of wellhead platform and substructures, pipelines and umbilical, water and chemical injection module, along with a construction yard upgrade.The Egret East greenfield scope consists of Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) services with an optional EPCI scope for wellhead platforms, substructures and pipelines.In Malaysia, Sapura Fabrication was awarded a contract from PETRONAS Carigali for the provision of Procurement, Construction, Hook-up and Commissioning (PCC), and start-up works of BNJTK BN-84 well tie-in for Bardegg-2 and the Baronia Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Development Project.For its Drilling segment, Sapura Drilling Asia has secured a contract with PTT Exploration and Production Public Company for the provision of its tender-assist drilling rig, Sapura T-17, for the Bongkot gas field in the Gulf of Thailand.Meanwhile, Sapura Drilling Asia has been awarded a contract extension by PETRONAS Carigali for the provision of its semi-submersible tender-assist drilling rig, Sapura Berani. The contract entails the drilling of five additional wells in Erb West, offshore Sabah and the Dulang facilities, offshore Peninsular Malaysia.In addition, Sapura Drilling was awarded a one-year contract extension by BSP for the provision of its semi-submersible tender-assist drilling rig, Sapura Pelaut.
NZ Herald 27 November 2015A female teacher who sexually violated and manipulated a boy was no better than male predators who abused girls, a court heard today.Stacey Reriti was sentenced to more than 10 years in jail for her exploitation of a boy who was only 10 when the offending started in 2011.She was found guilty last month on six charges of sexual violation by unlawful sexual connection and one charge of doing an indecent act on a minor.At her sentencing today, the High Court at Wellington heard the boy felt betrayed, and his entire family felt Reriti’s actions would be “a scar” on their lives forever.Reriti used to teach at Natone Park School in Porirua.Keep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.Prosecutor Dale LaHood today said aggravating features of Reriti’s offending included the “vulnerability” of the victim.A conservative lobby group welcomed the sentence but said rape laws should be updated to remove the “gender inequality” which prevented Reriti from being charged with rape.“This sentence sends a strong message that gross breaches of trust will receive the full weight of the law,” said Bob McCoskrie, Family First national director.“However, we would question what mitigating circumstances existed which allowed the sentence to be reduced from the prosecutor’s starting point of 14-15 years. This offending was calculated and manipulative,” Mr McCoskrie added.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11552211
EUNICE, N.M. (March 25-26) – Sam Hodges and Jordan Lathram were the big winners at Cardinal Speedway’s season-opening doubleheader.So was St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.Hodges won Friday and Saturday night features for IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks. His $500 in winnings – $200 from opening night, $300 from night two – didn’t stay in the bank long as the former Cardinal promoter called St. Jude’s on Monday to donate the full amount toward children’s cancer research.“This is the time last year I was diagnosed with colon cancer. I raced opening night in a SportMod, then had surgery and spent the rest of the season as a spectator,” he explained. “I made a deal with the Lord that he saved me and I’d help save somebody else.”“I’m going to donate all the money I win this season,” continued Hodges. “I’ve been good for a year now. Every day is a bonus.”(The St. Jude’s website is www.stjude.org).Hodges won from fourth starting on Friday, ahead of Errick Rogers and Gerald Spalding Jr., and from seventh on Saturday, battling both the cold and a dirt storm. Spalding was second and third went to Kenneth Seay.Lathram also had two wins to show for the weekend at Eunice, in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car division.He drew the Friday pole and checked out in a contest that race 20 laps caution-free. Lathram started outside row one on Saturday and led just the last five circuits. The victories came in his third and fourth starts in a new Medieval Chassis.“I went straight to the top of the track on Friday. We had the setup right on point from the start,” he said. “We tightened it up a little for the feature on Saturday.”Mark Lord and Carbie McClearen rounded out Friday’s top three. Dustin White was runner-up and Colin Deming ran third on Saturday.Neal Flowers was first in the opening night feature for Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds, ahead of Toby Herring and Dean Deming.Herring collected the Saturday checkers in front of Jerry Harpole and Cory Davis.Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod winners were Dustin Robinson and Cory Williams.Following Robinson to the Friday finish were Tanner Houston and Williams. Brandon Ross was second and Chance McDaniel ran third on Saturday.March 25 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Neal Flowers; 2. Toby Herring; 3. Dean Deming; 4. Butch Reid; 5. Cory Davis; 6. Caleb Stone; 7. Roy Don Mason; 8. Danny Lee; 9. Jim Boutelle; 10. Randy Knott; 11. Jerry Harpole; 12. Steve Owens; 13. Jaime Newton.Stock Cars – 1. Jordan Lathram; 2. Mark Lord; 3. Carbie McClearen; 4. Colby Deming; 5. Dillon Hill; 6. Justin Thomas; 7. Jeremy Wooley; 8. Colin Deming; 9. Shawn McCarty; 10. Brian Ray Flowers; 11. Jack Miles; 12. J.D. White; 13. Dustin White; 14. Walter Freeman; 15. Aaron Corley; 16. Cody Stone; 17. Hunter Russell; 18. Will Sheen; 19. Michael Therwhanger; 20. Jake White; 21. Curtis Davis; 22. Cary White.Hobby Stocks – 1. Sam Hodges; 2. Errick Rogers; 3. Gerald Spalding Jr.; 4. Kenneth Seay; 5. Ryan Wilkerson; 6. Jon McGowan; 7. Halie Brown; 8. Gerald Spalding Sr.; 9. Wayne Chadwell; 10. J.R. Patman; 11. Shawn Miles; 12. Larry Deaton; 13. Clint Day; 14. Lee Yeley; 15. Patrick Hill; 16. George Ross; 17. Wesley Mayer; 18. Ricky Yeley; 19. Shawn Wright; 20. Dakota Sikes.Southern SportMods – 1. Dustin Robinson; 2. Tanner Houston; 3. Cory Williams; 4. Rodger Pierce; 5. Chance McDaniel; 6. Brantley Beatty; 7. J.P. Vasquez; 8. Alec Smith; 9. Junior Dosher; 10. Brandon Ross; 11. Brannon Davis; 12. Kyle Lathram; 13. Brandon Davis; 14. Brian Heard; 15. Justin Lathram; 16. Trey Sims; 17. Roger Armstrong; 18. Kenneth Graves; 19. Rickey Beard; 20. Heath Herrington.March 26 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Herring; 2. Harpole; 3. Davis; 4. Stone; 5. Lee; 6. Deming; 7. Mason; 8. Reid; 9. Mike Amadore; 10. Flowers; 11. Knott; 12. Newton; 13. Owens; 14. Owen Puckett; 15. Boutelle; 16. Teddy Taylor.Stock Cars – 1. Lathram; 2. Dustin White; 3. Colin Deming; 4. Hill; 5. Flowers; 6. Colby Deming; 7.Wooley; 8. Miles; 9. Jake White; 10. McCarty; 11. McClearen; 12. Stone; 13. Therwhanger; 14. Russell; 15. J.D. White; 16. Thomas; 17. Freeman; 18. Cary White; 19. Davis; 20. Corley; 21. Lord.Hobby Stocks – 1. Sam Hodges; 2. Gerald Spalding Jr.; 3. Seay; 4. Michael Maraschick; 5. Sikes; 6. Larry Yeley; 7. Rogers; 8. Wilkerson; 9. Gerald Spalding Sr.; 10. Mayer; 11. Brown; 12. Chadwell; 13. Miles; 14. Lee Yeley; 15. Patman; 16. Deaton; 17. Hill; 18. Ashton Hayes; 19. Day; 20. Derrick Thomas; 21. Wright; 22. Cody Hodges; 23. Cameron Fehr; 24. Ross.Southern SportMods – 1. Williams; 2. Ross; 3. McDaniel; 4. Rodger Pierce; 5. Robinson; 6. Vasquez; 7. Smith; 8. Kyle Lathram; 9. Tyler Cook; 10. Jim Pierce; 11. Kyle Singleton; 12. Brandon Davis; 13. Sims; 14. Beatty; 15. Meriah Parke; 16. Tim Welch; 17. Houston; 18. Kenneth Graves; 19. Herrington; 20. Beard; 21. Joel King; 22. Billy Beckham; 23. Travis Graves; 24. Dosher; 25. Heard.
Just fresh from the men’s win over Connemara All Blacks- the women team have overcome Thurles 22-10 in Cashel earlier today.Elsewhere and Cashel beat Nenagh Seconds 19-5 in Lisatunny earlier. They defeated Clonakilty 36-16 at the Mid Tipp venue this afternoon.The Tipperary side now go on to play Shannon in the Semi Final – while quarter final ties still to be played are Clonmel v St Mary’s & Young Munster v HighfieldIn women’s Rugby and it was another successful day for Clonmel