Pinterest WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – February 8, 2021 WhatsApp Pinterest Sky-Futures Partners With SeekOps to Support Global Expansion of Drone-based Fugitive Emissions Detection Service Facebook Local NewsBusiness Twitter Previous articleAshling Partners Announces Growth Capital Investment by Thomas H. Lee PartnersNext articleMotorola Solutions Combines AI Capabilities with a Network Video Recorder to Present an All-in-One Solution Digital AIM Web Support TAGS AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 8, 2021– Sky-Futures, an ICR company, one of the world’s leading drone inspection and survey providers, has signed a global service delivery partnership with SeekOps Inc to provide methane detection, localisation, and quantification services to customers around the world. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005076/en/ A drone fitted with the SeekOps SeekIR® sensor ready to deliver a fugitive emissions detection service. (Photo: Business Wire) With a global footprint in 9 countries and operations in over 33 countries to date, Sky-Futures will deliver a SeekOps-certified service to customers both onshore and offshore. The partnership will enable SeekOps to rapidly scale the delivery of its methane emissions detection services globally to customers across multiple sectors, including the oil and gas and biogas industries. Established as best-in-class for methane detection and quantification, the drone-mounted SeekIR ® sensor enables cost-effective comprehensive emissions inspection in a fraction of the time required by traditional ground surveys, resulting in significant cost savings for operators. Working together, Sky-Futures and SeekOps will provide customers with an end-to-end service including data capture, data analysis and reporting. The SeekOps drone-based sensors operate in concert with their custom data analytics software, to rapidly localise point source emissions and quantify emissions rates. Iain Cooper, CEO of SeekOps said, “The world is changing fast and there is an increasing market demand for dependable leak detection technologies. SeekOps provides technologies that can be used to detect, locate, and quantify leaks, and the technology is highly accurate, lightweight, and field-proven. “We are delighted to be partnering with Sky-Futures, to bring our highly-effective leak detection and quantification abilities into the global marketplace. This partnership enables us to provide rapid, robust, reliable and repeatable quality solutions to our customers’ emissions needs anywhere in the world and in all aspects of oil and gas – upstream, midstream and downstream, as well as to the nascent but rapidly expanding biogas and landfill monitoring markets”. Sky-Futures delivers a range of services across multiple sectors with significant experience in the onshore and offshore oil and gas market. This experience is a fundamental piece of the partnership between the Sky-Futures and SeekOps and will support the rapid roll out of the technology and service to customers around the world. Chris Blackford, CEO of Sky-Futures said: “As a company with significant experience using drone technology to provide survey and inspection services to the oil and gas industry, we are always looking to partner with companies providing new, innovative and value adding technology. SeekOps tick all these boxes and more. Their drone-based fugitive emission detection technology is class-leading and meets a need that is ever more important in a world where emission monitoring is becoming more regulated.” About Sky-Futures Sky-Futures (an ICR Integrity company) provides drone-based inspection and survey services to the industrial markets. With 10 years of experience in over 33 countries, we are one of the leading drone-based inspection and survey service providers globally. We support a range of industrial markets including: oil and gas; engineering; bridges; renewables; solar; utilities; telecoms and more. Our solution is powering drone-based inspections globally and changing the way data is collected, analysed and used to make better inspection and maintenance decisions. About SeekOps Inc. SeekOps Inc. provides advanced methane emissions solutions for the energy sector to detect, localize, and quantify methane emissions through integrated drone-based systems. SeekOps’ unique SeekIR ® sensor design and proprietary algorithms eliminates false positive readings and quantifies emissions sources to provide actionable data to oil and gas and biogas operators globally. SeekOps provides best-in-class technology to meet increasingly stringent environmental, sustainability and governance (ESG) reporting requirements, and enables producers worldwide realize their goal to reduce methane intensity from operations. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005076/en/ CONTACT: SeekOps Inc. Paul Khuri VP Business Development Email:[email protected] Phone: +1 713.962.6146 www.seekops.com Sky-Futures Nick Beattie Head of Sales Email:[email protected] Phone: +44 (0) 207 148 7002 www.sky-futures.com KEYWORD: EUROPE UNITED STATES UNITED KINGDOM NORTH AMERICA TEXAS INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY CHEMICALS/PLASTICS SATELLITE OTHER TECHNOLOGY OIL/GAS MANUFACTURING SOFTWARE ENERGY DATA MANAGEMENT SOURCE: SeekOps Inc. and Sky-Futures Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/08/2021 09:00 AM/DISC: 02/08/2021 09:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210208005076/en Twitter Facebook
Harvard Law School’s (HLS) alumni reunion this past weekend reconnected friends from near and far in the School’s newest addition, the 250,000-square-foot Wasserstein Hall, Caspersen Student Center, Clinical Wing Building on the campus’ northwest corner.During an official dedication ceremony on Friday, donors, alumni, HLS professors past and present, representatives from the city of Cambridge, and members of the architectural firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects gathered in the building’s Milstein Conference Center.Speakers included Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow, Harvard President Drew Faust, and Elena Kagan, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court and former HLS dean.“Welcome to the Law School’s living room, welcome to the new shape of legal education,” said Minow, who saw the project to its completion.The complex, created to improve the overall student experience at HLS, includes classrooms and learning spaces of varying sizes equipped with the latest technology, meeting spaces, a sizable lounge, and offices for the School’s student-led organizations, journals, and clinical programs.Justice Elena Kagan ’86, the former dean of Harvard Law School, praised the project. “My sense,” said Kagan, “is that it has succeeded beyond anyone’s dreams.”“The physical spaces of this building allow Harvard Law School to support an educational experience for its students that is both pathbreaking and unparalleled,” said Faust. “I’m proud that during this 375th year of Harvard’s existence, Harvard Law School is, as in the days of Christopher Langdell, setting the standard for innovation and excellence in legal education.”Kagan, who took over the project from her predecessor as dean, and Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor and Austin Wakeman Scott Professor of Law Robert Clark praised all those who helped bring the complex to fruition.“My sense,” said Kagan, “is that it has succeeded beyond anyone’s dreams.”Near the end of the ceremony, Law School student W. Reese Fogle answered the question hinted at in jest by some observers: Are students really using the new space when visitors aren’t around?“We are filling every nook and cranny of this building,” Fogle said.
Atty. Wesley Barayuga was the Iloilo City Police Office director for two years from 2006 to 2008. He later became deputy regional director for operations of the Police Regional Office 6 before moving to Camp Crame where he served as the Philippine National Police’s executive officer for the Directorate for Logistics. PN PHOTO In 2013, Barayuga held a general position in Camp Crame as executive officer for the Directorate for Logistics./PN MANILA – Former Iloilo City police director and Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) board secretary Atty. Wesley Barayuga who was ambushed last week was in President Rodrigo Duterte’s “narco list”, according to National Capital Region Police Office chief, Major General Debold Sinas. “May mga aprubado at hindi aprubadong prangkisa doon sa mga gambling operations, ‘yung may authority na pino-provide po ng PCSO. Mayroon pong mga gambling operators na nag-file ng kaso batay sa impormasyon na nakuha namin,” said Grajaldo. In 2012 Barayuga led the regional police’s Task Force Armas that went after gun owners who failed to renew their firearms’ licenses. A motorcycle-riding man drove beside Barayuga’s car and started shooting. Barayuga was Iloilo City Police Office director for two years from 2006 to 2008. He later became deputy regional director for operations of the Police Regional Office 6. Investigators were looking into old grudge and Barayuga’s work as possible motive. “We are checking kung active pa ba ‘yung list na ‘yun if it had something to do with the shooting,” said Sinas. According to Mandaluyong police chief Police Colonel Hector Grajaldo, a closed-circuit television camera captured the assassination. Barayuga was ambushed at the corner of Calbayog and Malinaw streets in Mandaluyong City after leaving his office at around 4:35 p.m. on July 30. “The scope ng investigation hindi lang limited sa Mandaluyong police. We’re tapping other law enforcement units, ‘yung CIDG (Criminal Investigation and Detection Group) po natin, ‘yung NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) and other law enforcement agencies na makatulong upang ma-solve po itong kaso,” said Grijaldo.
Last Updated: 7th November, 2019 16:57 IST UFC 244: Nate Diaz Hints At Retirement After BMF Loss To Masvidal Nate Diaz says that he is out the fight game through his recent Instagram post. Diaz faced a TKO loss against Masvidal at UFC 244. Know more details about Diaz Written By FOLLOW US LIVE TV 10 months ago UFC: Corey Anderson set to quit if not given fight with Jon Jones Also Read- UFC: Nate Diaz Feels He Is The King Of 155 Lbs Category, Eyes ProgressUFC: Nate Diaz says he is on a peace tourAfter the post-fight interview, Nate Diaz said that he’s coming after Masvidal but in his recent Instagram post the younger Diaz shocked the UFC fans by saying that he is out of the fight game. In the Instagram post, Nate wrote “F**** a rematch, this s**** was over before it started. I’m going out on tour”. COMMENT First Published: 7th November, 2019 16:57 IST 10 months ago UFC 244: Where to watch, schedule and live streaming details Well, Nate has faced a medical suspension due to those severe cuts he has faced in UFC 244 against Masvidal and he will be out of the octagon for a while. The doctor stoppage at UFC 244 faced heavy backlash and hatred from the fans but Dana White posted a photo of Diaz’s injury after the match and it actually horrifying to see. The UFC wrote in his Instagram post “These cuts were much worse then they looked on TV. Respect to @natediaz209 for pushing the Dr to continue”. Diaz was out of UFC for 2 years after losing against Conor McGregor at UFC 202. He made a great comeback at UFC 241 by defeating Anthony Pettis but it seems that he is again gone after losing at UFC 244. Also Read- UFC: Conor McGregor Shows Off His Lean Physique On InstagramUFC: Nate Diaz’s current UFC statusNte Diaz recently said that he is done with 155lbs and he will never ever compete at the featherweight division. Nate Diaz was at the seventh spot of the welterweight ranking but came down to ninth after his recent TKO loss against Jorge ‘Gamebred’ Masvidal. He is still visible and an ‘active player’ on the UFC official website but his recent Instagram is surely making his hardcore fans worry.Also Read- UFC Salaries: Conor McGregor, Khabib, Nate Diaz Salary RevealedAlso Read- UFC: 3 Major Fights In UFC History With Controversial Endings WE RECOMMEND 10 months ago UFC: Nate Diaz feels he is the king of 155 lbs category, eyes progress WATCH US LIVE 10 months ago UFC Nate Diaz: Fighter’s salary, net worth and next UFC fight Nate Diaz has reportedly hinted at retirement after losing the BMF title against Jorge Masvidal at UFC 244. Nate Diaz faced a TKO loss at UFC 244 due to a doctor stoppage and the Stockton Gangsta clearly did not like it. Well, Masvidal and Nate immediately showed their interest in running back the fight once again but it seems that the probability has just gone from hundred to zero. Raj Sarkar 10 months ago UFC Salaries: Conor McGregor, Khabib, Nate Diaz salary revealed SUBSCRIBE TO US