Singapore-based oil and gas company Jadestone Energy, formerly known as Mitra Energy, has appointed Dennis McShane as its non-executive chairman, effective December 10, 2017.Jadestone said on Monday that McShane has nearly four decades of senior management and board experience, including corporate finance, strategic, and leadership roles in the banking and upstream sectors.Paul Blakeley, Jadestone CEO, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Dennis to the board. I believe we will benefit enormously from both his experience as well as a great combination of diplomacy and commercial acumen. Dennis has a history of providing level-headed decision-making and building excellent relationships with external stakeholders, and will help reinforce the critical bridge to the investor community.”McShane is a non-executive director of the Advertising Checking Bureau in the United States. Previously, he held directorship roles with Midas Resources in Switzerland, Ophir Energy and Ferrexpo in the UK.He was also the managing director with J.P. Morgan Chase in Australia and the UK, and with Chemical Bank/MHT in the United States and South Africa.Regarding his appointment, the new non-executive director said: “I am delighted to be part of the Jadestone team. I see tremendous opportunity for the company both through delivering value from its existing asset portfolio and through the rich set of organic and inorganic opportunities in the Asia Pacific region.”Jadestone added that Blakeley would continue in his role as president and CEO and would remain on the board as an executive director.
Pay-television service provider, GOtv, has assured its subscribers exciting football action, as the new European football season kicks off this week.A statement by the company disclosed that subscribers will have access to select games of the Premier League, Spanish La Liga, UEFA Champions League, Emirates FA Cup and UEFA Europa League.The Premier League will kick off on Friday, 11 August, while the Spanish La Liga will start on Friday, 18 August, with the new season promising plenty of excitement following the conclusion of major transfer deals by clubs. Starting from today at the Philip II Arena in Skopje, Macedonia, Jose Mourinho will take his Manchester United team to battle former side, Real Madrid, in the UEFA Super Cup. The match will be broadcast live on Select 2 at 7:30pm.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The top-ranked Trojans will look to remain undefeated on the season as they finish out six of their final 10 regular-season matches at home. The home stand will begin with duals against Washington and No. 15 Arizona State on Friday. The Huskies will kick off the day at 4 p.m. The team is 1-0 on the season, facing a much thinner schedule than other Pac-12 teams. The main event will take place at 6 p.m. when the Trojans take on Arizona State, a top-20 program that offers competition every year. USC has come out on top of all four previous meetings between the two teams, and the team brings the momentum of a 50-match winning streak into the dual.The Trojans will follow up Friday’s dual with a trip to Manhattan Beach on Saturday for the USAV Beach Collegiate Challenge. The team will face off against Loyola Marymount, rematch against Arizona State and finish up against Saint Mary’s College.While this weekend’s matches will give the Trojans a full bill of competition, they will also serve up an opportunity for seniors Kelly Claes and Sara Hughes to reach a 100-match win streak. The team is the only Trojan pair to reach 100 wins together, posting a 118-3 overall record in their career together. The duo has helped to lead the team to win 82 of its last 84 dual matches.Despite the veteran leadership of Claes and Hughes, the rest of the Trojans’ pairs are newly formed this season. However, that hasn’t kept them from excelling on the court. Junior Jenna Belton and Jo Kremer are 22-3 overall, notching an 18-1 mark in duals, and junior Terese Cannon and senior Nicolette Martin have notched 19 overall wins on the season. The No. 2 team of seniors Sophie Bukovec and Allie Wheeler, along with the No. 4 team of sophomore Abril Bustamante and freshman Joy Dennis, have both notched 12 victories so far.With the goal of defending their two-time role as national champions, the Trojans are also looking to defend their seat as the Pac-12 champions this season. The team hasn’t lost a match since March of 2016. With only three weeks left until the Pac-12 championships, the Trojans are looking to continue their dominant streak to remain at the top of the conference and the country.
Table tennis club ‘Spin 2012’ is the winner of BiH Cup. Lead by Emina Hadžiahmetović, members of the club showed that they are the best in BiH at the competition in Vitez.In the semi-finals they defeated Bugojno with 3:0 and in finals they defeated Prijedor with 3:1.The members of the team were: Emina Hadžiahmetović, Amela Hadžiahmetović-Mujezinović and Ajla Kovač.Table tennis club ‘Spin 2012’ was founded by Emina Hadžiahmetović and Amela Hadžiahmetović-Mujezinović and in their first competition they’ve qualified to BiH Premier League.
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