The manager of the seabed in Scotland, Crown Estate Scotland, has made offshore spatial data relating to the organization’s offshore assets freely available for the first time.The data covers infrastructure projects and undersea cabling and can be used by a range of organizations from oil and gas and renewable energy companies to consultancies and educational institutes.Featured on the Crown Estate Scotland website, the data reveals the geographic extent and some attribute information for all the organization’s offshore legal agreements, the organization said.An interactive map showing the organization’s live agreements by sector ranging from aquaculture sites to various coastal activities, enables visitors to pan across Scotland to view the variety of activities in each locale.John Robertson, Senior Energy Manager at Crown Estate Scotland said: “As a land and asset manager, Crown Estate Scotland has a responsibility to maintain authoritative records about the status and change of the land and seabed we manage. We also want to work openly and transparently.“With a number of both large scale and smaller projects already in Scottish waters, this will give companies working in the sector the chance to scope out other opportunities to work with Crown Estate Scotland and our partners.”Crown Estate Scotland, which was formed in April 2017, is responsible for around half the foreshore around Scotland, leasing of virtually all seabed out to 12 nautical miles and the right to offshore renewable energy and gas and carbon storage out to 200 nautical miles.When it comes to tidal energy developments, Crown Estate Scotland’s predecessor organization, The Crown Estate, has invested nearly £10 million in the MeyGen tidal energy project, being developed by Atlantis Resources, to help unlock Scotland’s tidal energy potential, as part of a £50 million funding package with UK and Scottish Governments and Highlands and Islands Enterprise.Currently, Crown Estate Scotland offers the opportunity for technology developers to access seabed for wave and tidal current projects of up to 30MW.
LocalNewsSports Basketball loses a a great player by: – May 1, 2012 Share 28 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Share Stephen Bellot. Photo credit: Mickey JosephIt is with sadness that we accept the death of former national basketball player, Stephen “Homo” Bellot who passed away on Thursday April 26.Stephen began playing basketball at the tender age of twelve with the neighbourhood boys like Lambert Henderson and Perez. By fifteen he had made it to the Pro’s Junior team and by seventeen Stephen was playing on the Dominica youth team. That same year he was drafted by the Pros and subsequently made it to the National Basketball team…all in a year’s work. His exceptional talent saw him represent Dominica for six years on the national team before migrating to Guadeloupe where he continued to excel in the sport, making it to the Guadeloupe national team in quick time. While there, he was instrumental in organizing trips for his former team, Pros, to Guadeloupe for games. He also coached the senior team he was part of and the woman’s team of the basketball club to which he belonged.During his six year stint with the Dominica National basketball team, Stephen travelled to Barbados, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Guadeloupe, Martinique and to the first CARICOM championship tournament in Guyana. Upon his return from Guadeloupe, he travelled with the Pros to the island of St. Lucia twice for interisland games. He also organized for a youth team he coached to travel to Guadeloupe for competition.Stephen coached basketball in Pichelin and Dubique and was instrumental in bringing basketball to the community of Soufriere. He also coached the Grand Bay women’s team among others for a period of time.Stephen Bellot has contributed significantly to the development of the sport of basketball through out his life. He was 52 years old.Press Release
The Serie A side said they are “activating all the isolation procedures required by law”, including for those who have come into contact with Rugani. Read Also: Juventus quarantine entire U23 squadItaly has more than 12,000 confirmed cases and a death toll of 827.The Italian football federation said after a meeting on Tuesday that the Serie A season may not finish because of the coronavirus outbreak.Alternative options include staging play-offs, not having a champion for 2019-20 or declaring the current standings final.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Juventus have announced that Italy centre-back Daniele Rugani has tested positive for coronavirus.Advertisement The club added that Rugani, 25, is “currently asymptomatic”.All sport in Italy is suspended until 3 April, with the country in lockdown because of the coronavirus outbreak.Rugani has made only seven appearances for Juventus this season and was an unused substitute in his side’s last match – a 2-0 win over Inter Milan held behind closed doors on Sunday.Inter, whose Europa League game against Getafe that was set for Thursday has been postponed, said that “all competitive activities are suspended until further notice” following Rugani’s positive test.They added: “The club is taking steps to prepare all necessary procedures.”Rugani has won four Serie A titles with Juve and played for Italy seven times, last featuring for the national team in 2018.On Sunday he posted a photograph from the dressing room as he celebrated Juve’s win over Inter with his team-mates.On Wednesday, the Italian government announced more measures, including the closure of all shops except food stores and pharmacies. Loading… Promoted Content6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldHow Couldn’t You See The Impact Of These Women On Our Lives?11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Portuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiTop 10 Enemies Turned Friends In TV7 Things That Actually Ruin Your PhoneWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBehind-The-Scenes Selfies From 10 Popular Movies