Coretrax Enviroplug plunges the cost of environmental barrier for P&A

ABERDEEN — At a fraction of the cost of conventional tools, Coretrax, the wellbore clean-up and abandonment specialist, is increasing its stock of CX-Enviroplugs to meet demand for a safe, simple and significantly cost-effective solution for big bore cement plug placement. Confidently setting an environmental barrier for plugging and abandonment (P&A) operations has traditionally been limited to complex and costly mechanical bridge plugs and inflatable devices. With a patent pending, eight CX-Enviroplugs have so far been run across Norwegian and UK P&A projects in the North Sea. The most recent was completed in the Southern North Sea for a major, independent European operator. It is particularly suited to wells requiring an environmental barrier to prevent the leakage of oil-based mud. “The CX-Enviroplug is a unique offering for those looking to undertake efficient and reliable well P&A at considerably less cost and is available for all as part of our range of abandonment products and services,” said Cherish Bodman, operations coordinator with Coretrax. “It essentially removes the complexity and restraints associated with other environmental barriers, which can...

Filament Lamps Market Foraying into Emerging Economies 2019-2025

The worldwide market for Filament Lamps is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly xx% over the next five years, will reach xx million US$ in 2025, from xx million US$ in 2018, according to a new study. This report focuses on the Filament Lamps in global market, especially in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa. This report categorizes the market based on manufacturers, regions, type and application. Request Sample Report @ https://www.marketresearchhub.com/enquiry.php?type=S&repid=2280535&source=atm PhilipsOSRAMSylvaniaLedvanceGE LightingNVC LightingOPPLE LightingSatcoFoshan LightingPanasonicTCLMideaYANKONMaxLite Key Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United StatesChinaEuropean UnionRest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia) Make An Enquiry About This Report @ https://www.marketresearchhub.com/enquiry.php?type=E&repid=2280535&source=atm  * Market segmentation analysis including qualitative and quantitative research incorporating the impact of economic and non-economic aspects * Regional and country level analysis integrating the demand and supply forces that are influencing the growth...

NFL History: 100 objects that tell the story of football

Five years ago The MMQB—with a nod to the British Museum and the Smithsonian—presented NFL 95, telling the story of the league through 95 artifacts. For the 100th season, we’ve expanded and updated the project. Why is the NFL’s game ball called “The Duke”? Who devised the slingshot goalpost? Whatever happened to that Ford Bronco? From the Hupmobile to Shad Khan’s yacht, Tom Dempsey’s boot to Deion’s bandana, Don Hutson’s cape to Tom Brady’s draft card to the notorious corset that introduced the phrase “wardrobe malfunction” into the American lexicon, here’s a century of the NFL as told through things. Capsules by the MMQB staff and Damichael Cole, Mitchell Gladstone, Torrey Hart, Bobby Sullivan, Ethan Thomas and Morgan Turner. It’s hard to think of anything more iconic in football than the “pigskin” itself (which, of course, is really cowskin.) The story behind its nickname: Future Giants owner Wellington Mara was named after the Duke of Wellington by his father, Giants founder Tim Mara. In the 1920s, when Wellington was a ball boy, the players dubbed him “The Duke.” While at the helm of the team, Tim Mara inked the NFL’s deal with game ball supplier Wilson. Following that monum...

Custom ‘Baby Shark’ Vans Sneakers for Kids Are Selling on Etsy

One look at these sneakers and you might have “Baby shark, doo doo doo doo doo doo” running through your brain for weeks. An Etsy seller called 818 Vinyl Creations is making custom toddlers’ sneakers inspired by the popular Pinkfong version of the ever-popular kids’ song. The hand-painted “Baby Shark” shoes are custom-made for each purchaser. The designs are water resistant and can be added to any style of Vans, including lace-up or slip-on silhouettes. Styles range between $65-$85 depending on sizing; the smallest available size is a U.S. baby’s 2, while the largest is a big kids’ 3. 818 Vinyl Creations has a few different “Baby Shark”-inspired styles on its website, offering an underwear version, one with chevron stripes and another that’s mostly white. Baby Girl Shoes In addition to the “Baby Shark” shoes, 818 Vinyl Creations offers several other designs catered to young ones, pulling inspiration from “Sesame Street”, “Paw Patrol” and “Sponge Bob.” If none of the styles are to a shoppers’ liking, the Etsy seller is open to receiving suggestions for new designs. There hasn’t been a “Baby Shark” shoe collaboration — although Vans did come out with a line of “Shark Week”-themed...

SIGNIFICANT INVESTMENT FOR ISLE OF WIGHT’S BUMP EXPRESS AND CNC COATINGS – Island Echo

Bump Express, the Isle of Wight’s leading cosmetic repair centre and CNC Coatings, alloy wheel repair and powder coatings specialists have made a further significant investment into their Professional Car Care Studio on Lake Industrial Estate, with help from the Isle of Wight Lottery. The lottery loan has enabled the 2 businesses to expand and keep pace with demand for their services from car owners and the motor trade across the Island. The investment of over £35,000 sees the installation of new state-of-the oven, overhead rail system and HSE compatible water wash spray booth. Custom-built for the company and configured for powder coating and curing of alloy wheels, in addition to the powder coating and refinishing of other car and bike parts including rocker covers and frames. Importantly, the system has the flexibility to include architectural, manufactured components and marine parts such as railings, technical components, marine portholes and more. This latest investment follows on-going investment by John Nightingale who started the company in 2010. Adding to their already impressive array of specialist equipment reflected in the island’s only CNC Diamond Cut Lathe to rep...

Manitoba’s Progressive Conservatives wouldn’t commit to a guaranteed basic income for people living with disabilities like

Manitoba’s Progressive Conservatives wouldn’t commit to a guaranteed basic income for people living with disabilities like their political opponents did at a debate on Tuesday, but said they would develop a new income model to lift people out of poverty. Otherwise, few wedge issues materialized to separate the four parties at the debate, organized by Disability Matters Vote — a non-partisan public awareness campaign which aims to promote focus on disability issues ahead of the Sept. 10 Manitoba election. Around 275,000 Manitobans live with a disability, according to Disability Matters. The Tories, NDP, Liberals and Greens all pledged to offer more supports for people who live with disabilities and those who care for them. Green Party Leader James Beddome tried several times to press Heather Stefanson, the PC representative and current families minister, to commit to a universal income rate, but she deflected. Instead, Stefanson offered several new pledges in front of a packed conference room at the Norwood Hotel, including a commitment to move Manitobans off of employment income assistance and create an alternative, higher-income program instead. The Tories would al...

HPP paired with bottle filling proves to be a powerful combination

In 2012, brother and sister Joseph Ragozzino and Amy Lawless were researching business opportunities when they came across an article on High Pressure Processing, a post-packaging food safety and preservation technique for food and beverage products that uses high pressure rather than heat. Both Ragozzino and Lawless were well-acquainted with the food industry, having grown up around it; their father and aunts run a contract manufacturing business that produces items such as frozen foods, pasta, and sauces. Both also were aware of consumers’ budding interest in organic and natural foods and recognized the growth potential for that market. “We looked at the HPP industry and what it could do for the food industry, and the two seemed to fit hand in hand,” says Lawless. Making an investment in HPP even more inviting, HPP tolling services at that time were scarce in the Northwest where Ragozzino and Lawless were located. After researching HPP equipment and visiting tolling centers to better understand the business, they invested in an Avure AV30 (formerly called the 350-liter) HPP machine from JBT/Avure Technologies, Inc. and launched their company, Stay Fresh Foods, with the t...

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At 13, your boy is now an officially a teenager. For friends and family, finding gifts

At 13, your boy is now an officially a teenager. For friends and family, finding gifts for teenage guys is not exactly easy. Most boys at this age are still trying to discover who they are. Don’t try to get overly fancy. That new set of Batman boxer shorts is likely to embarrass him. Depending on their personality, 13 year old boys love video games, music, gadgets, science, Minecraft, paintball, and the outdoors. Here are some gifts that make excellent Christmas and birthday gifts for teenage boys. The latest video games are huge with 13 year old boys. It’s a great year to be a gamer. In addition to the consoles already out, Microsoft and Nintendo are bringing out new game systems. According to Piper Jaffray, Approximately 49% of teens intend to purchase a next generation console. Whether you want a new video game or are looiking for a gaming headset, here are some great gifts for a 13 year old boy. Now 13 year old boys can experience the coolness of the original Super NES. Nintendo is releasing a miniature sized version of this classic console. The system comes built-in with 21 of the most popular games, including the original Super Mario Kart and a never- before-released vers...