Balltec has recently completed offshore pipeline recovery work on behalf of TechnipFMC Norway.Balltec provided a 10-inch PipeLOK pipeline recovery tool, which was deployed to a water depth of 314 metres.The subsea pipeline recovery tool was used to recover a 10 inch gas pipeline on Equinor’s Åsgard field, located in the Norwegian Sea.The work, which was overseen by a Balltec offshore technician, was required to re-lay the pipe in an installation area to allow the replacement of a previously damaged section of pipe.
By Julien PretotPARIS, France (Reuters) – Paris St Germain’s Angel Di Maria was at his vintage best as he scored twice on his birthday in a 4-0 first-leg demolition of a ragged Barcelona side who now have a mountain to climb in their Champions League last-16 clash.The Argentina winger, 29, scored in each half with PSG’s Germany midfielder Julian Draxler and Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani also finding the net as the French champions tore apart a disorganised Barca side who have it all to do in the return.PSG, eliminated by the Catalans in the Champions League quarter-finals in 2013 and 2015, were the more aggressive side at the Parc des Princes and have put themselves in a commanding position ahead of the March 8 second leg at the Camp Nou.Five-time European champions Barca, with their trident of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar subdued, have not exited in the last 16 since going out to Liverpool in the 2006/07 season and the score equalled their worst Champions League loss.“It’s impossible to have a better performance and birthday. I’m very happy with how the team played. It was a wonderful display, fully deserved,” said Di Maria, who is getting back to his best since Draxler joined from Vfl Wolfsburg last month.Stunned Barca coach Luis Enrique said of the PSG side: “They are world class players with a lot of quality. Di Maria in particular was very, very good. They have a big attacking potential, are hard in defence and incredible on the ball.The only concern for home coach Unai Emery was the loss of the impressive Marco Verratti to a leg injury in the second half after the Italy international had put on a world-class display with fellow midfielder Adrien Rabiot.PSG were dangerous on the break from the start and came close to scoring in the 11th minute when captain Blaise Matuidi’s rasping shot was brilliantly parried by keeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen after a perfect through ball from Rabiot.CAVANI STRIKESThe home side were rewarded seven minutes later, though, when Di Maria whipped a free kick over the wall into the net.Barcelona continued to play their patient possession game but failed to threaten and their apparent complacency was punished again five minutes before the break.Messi lost the ball in midfield and Verratti slid a perfectly weighted ball to the right for Draxler, who fired a low shot into the far bottom corner of the net.PSG started the second half strongly and went further ahead in the 55th minute when Di Maria danced around Andres Iniesta before curling a 25-metre shot past Ter Stegen.Verratti limped off the pitch in some discomfort after 71 minutes and was replaced by Chris Nkunku.It did not stop PSG from continuing to push forward, though, and a minute later Cavani, who was celebrating his 30th birthday, rifled a low shot past Ter Stegen for his seventh goal in seven games in the competition this season.The hosts also defended perfectly, with centre back Presnel Kimpembe deputising superbly on his Champions League debut for injured captain Thiago Silva, as PSG claimed a deserved victory.Barca had a chance to get an away goal seven minutes from time but Samuel Umtiti’s header hit Kevin Trapp’s right-hand post, and Luis Enrique’s side now face a huge challenge.No team ever overturned a deficit of four or more goals to progress in the Champions League knockout stages.
Luckbox raises CAD $3.8m ahead of TSX IPO June 12, 2020 Related Articles Share Luckbox outlines final TSXV roadmap July 29, 2020 Sportech highlights new client wins under lockdown June 26, 2020 Andrew McIver,Issuing a corporate statement Intertain Group Limited (Intertain), has announced that it expects its full listing on the London Stock Exchange under new entity ‘Jackpotjoy Plc’ to take place on Wednesday 25 June.The company had first announced its intention to migrate its corporate listing from the Toronto TSX to London’s LSE in August 2016.Presenting plans to its investors, Intertain’s governance led by new CEO Andrew McIver stated that the strategic decision was made in order to bring the company closer to its main European markets thus making Jackpotjoy assets more attractive to long-term igaming investors.Ahead of its London exchange listing, Intertain governance has allowed investors to exchange their Toronto TSX shares with a new common share issuance in Jackpotjoy Plc, setting a 20 January deadline in which to fulfil the transactions.Updating investors Andrew McIver, Intertain’s President and CEO, commented on the planned LSE listing; “We are excited to have reached this milestone in the implementation of our UK strategic initiatives, including the London listing of Jackpotjoy plc. We believe that these initiatives will provide a platform to further develop Intertain’s core assets for the long term benefit of the company, its shareholders and other stakeholders.”Canaccord Genuity Corp has acted as financial advisor for Intertain Group’s LSE listing. StumbleUpon Submit Share