16 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 19 June 2000 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The Leeds-based Charities Information Bureau publishes a monthly Funding Newsletter. The publication, available via e-mail, contains short news items on new sources of trust, government (UK and EU), and company funding, together with news of upcoming deadlines. Each issue covers around 30 funding items. The newsletter is even checked for viruses before it is despatched.Editor Andrew Pring says that the newsletter “is intended to reach those areas of the North of England which are not served by Funding Advice Services (such as the ‘South Yorkshire Funding Advice Bureau’ and ‘Funding in the North East’) who provide their own newsletters.”There is a modest £30 subscription charge for this newsletter but it given the excellent service it is very good value. Find out more from the Charities Information Bureau. Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Funding newsletter from Charities Information Bureau
RelatedPosts Thiago Alcantara out for three weeks Bayern in German Cup final after win over Frankfurt Bayern Munich cruise past Eintracht Frankfurt to stay on title track Coach Petar Hubchev’s relationship with 26-times Bulgarian champions Levski Sofia has ended after a poor run, which culminated in two defeats following the stoppage brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.The club has quickly appointed his successor, with Levski Sofia in a statement naming former forward and coach Georgi Todorov as the new manager. It added in the statement that it was negotiating with the 56-year-old Hubchev and his assistants to terminate their contracts.Ex-Hamburger SV and Eintracht Frankfurt defender Hubchev, part of the famous Bulgaria team that reached the 1994 World Cup semi-finals in the US, took over at Levski Sofia in June 2019.This was after a three-year spell managing Bulgaria’s national team.Levski Sofia suffered a 1-0 home defeat to champions Ludogorets last week Friday when the domestic league resumed, and 2-0 at Lokomotiv Plovdiv in the Bulgarian Cup semi-final first leg.They have now slipped to fourth place in the league with 46 points, as Ludogorets top the standings with 58 points, nine ahead of Lokomotiv Plovdiv and CSKA Sofia. Reuters/NAN.Tags: Eintracht FrankfurtGeorgi TodorovPetar Hubchev
The Champions League recently determined all four remaining Round of 16 matches could play out at their originally scheduled locations before the tournament heads to Lisbon, Portugal, the neutral site for all semifinal and quarterfinal matches as well as the Final.”It’s a phenomenal format for us in the U.S. to do it this way,” ViacomCBS chief digital officer Marc DeBevoise told The Associated Press. “A single elimination tournament is something these audiences fully understand. Obviously, there are big soccer fans but March Madness having been effectively canceled, I think people are hungry for things like this.”All Champions League matches are scheduled to start at 3 p.m. ET. Below is the complete Champions League schedule from what’s left of the Round of 16 through the Final at the end of the month.Friday, Aug. 7Round of 16 second legMatchTimeTV channelLive streamJuventus vs. Lyon (1st leg: 0-1)3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessManchester City vs. Real Madrid (1st leg: 2-1)3 p.m. ETCBS Sports NetworkCBS All Access/fuboTVSaturday, Aug. 8Round of 16 second legMatchTimeTV channelLive streamBayern vs. Chelsea (1st leg: 3-0)3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessBarcelona vs. Napoli (1st leg: 1-1)3 p.m. ETCBS Sports NetworkCBS All Access/fuboTVWednesday, Aug. 12Quarterfinals (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamAtalanta vs. Paris3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessThursday., Aug. 13Quarterfinals (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamLeipzig vs. Atlético3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessFriday, Aug. 14Quarterfinals (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamBarcelona vs. Bayern3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessSaturday, Aug. 15Quarterfinals (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamMan. City vs. Lyon3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessTuesday, Aug. 18Semifinals (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamAtalanta/Paris vs. Leipzig/Atlético3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessWednesday, Aug. 19Semifinals (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamBarcelona/Bayern vs. Man. City/Lyon3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessSunday, Aug. 23Champions League Final (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamTBD vs. TBD3 p.m. ETCBS Sports NetworkCBS All Access/fuboTV The UEFA Champions League TV channel and live stream options for those in the United States are completely different now than they were when the COVID-19 pandemic suspended the tournament back in March.CBS now has the exclusive English language rights for the Champions League in the U.S., but don’t expect to catch all of the action on TV. The network is showing eight of the 11 Champions League matches remaining on the 2019-20 schedule exclusively via live stream on CBS All Access, with only three — a couple Round of 16 games and the Final on Aug. 23 — on live TV via CBS Sports Network. MORE: Watch select Champions League games on fuboTV (7-day trial)During the Champions League’s hiatus, Turner Sports backed out of its deal after showing 2019-20 UEFA games in the U.S. before the season was suspended. CBS swooped in and claimed the rights for the rest of the season, which includes four Round of 16 games, the quarter- and semi-finals and the Champions League Final.From Sports Business Daily: “Turner opted out of its deal (in June) for a variety of reasons. This year’s tournament suffered through a prolonged stoppage because of the pandemic. Turner was also already operating as a lame duck, given that CBS takes over in the fall of 2021. Plus, Turner originally cut its UEFA deal in 2017 as a way to build up its streaming service B/R Live. It has since folded B/R Live into the Bleacher Report app.”Below are all of the details on how to watch Champions League games in the U.S., plus a complete broadcast schedule for all matches through the Aug. 23 Final.How to watch Champions League games in the USACBS was supposed to take over the exclusive English language rights for Champions League matches starting in 2021, but it did so ahead of schedule after Turner Sports prematurely ended its deal in June. So CBS is now the home for Champions League action in the United States, but it will not show any of the 11 remaining matches this season on its over-air cable network.All Champions League matches are available live on CBS All Access, which is the network’s online streaming service. A select few, including the Champions League Final, will be shown on TV via CBS Sports Network.CBS All Access starts at $5.99 a month, but it is offering a one-month free trial promotion for new subscribers through mid-August. Users can cancel subscriptions at any time.Below are the devices on which CBS All Access can be streamed:AndroidiPhoneiPadApple TVGoogle ChromecastAmazon FireTVLGPlayStation 4Xbox OneRokuSamsungVisioXfinityFor the select games on TV, including the Champions League Final, CBS Sports Network has a channel finder feature for users across the country.CBS Sports Network is available on most cable provider systems. It’s also available from satellite providers DirecTV (channel 221) and Dish Network (channel 158).As for live TV streaming services, CBS Sports Network is available on fuboTV, YouTube TV and Hulu, and all three come with free trials for new subscribers. Below are links to each.fuboTVYouTube TVHuluUnivision is still the home of Spanish language Champions League broadcasts in the U.S.Champions League TV scheduleThe coronavirus shut down live sports on the same day (March 11) that Paris Saint-Germain beat Dortmund and Atlético Madrid topped Liverpool to advance to the Champions League quarterfinals. That left four Round of 16 games left on the schedule.
SAN FRANCISCO — The Giants still have dreams of playing in October in 2019, but reaching the postseason will require overcoming a challenging slate of games in the final seven weeks of the season.No one in a Giants uniform wants to hear the words, “There’s always next year,” but on Monday, the franchise learned a lot more about next year anyway.Major League Baseball released the 2020 schedule, allowing its teams and fans to plan for the year ahead. Here are some of the highlights to keep in …
5 December 2012 South African energy and chemicals company Sasol is set begin the front-end engineering and design phase for a gas-to-liquids plant it is planning to build in Lake Charles, southwest Louisiana in the United States, the company announced on Monday. The project will provide the opportunity to beneficiate the gas reserves in the USA by leveraging Sasol’s gas-to-liquids (GTL) experience and technology, according to Sasol’s chief executive officer, David Constable. “Through our innovative energy and chemicals technologies, we will provide the United States with world-class, cleaner-burning fuel, contribute to the country’s energy security, boost downstream manufacturing capacity and diversify the utilisation of domestic gas resources,” he said. The gas-to-liquids facility will be the first of its kind in the USA and will produce four-million tons annually or 96 000 barrels per day (bbl/d) of high-quality transportation fuel, including GTL diesel and other chemical products.‘Largest single manufacturing investment’ “This project will be the largest single manufacturing investment in the history of Louisiana and it also represents one of the largest foreign direct investment manufacturing projects,” said Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. Project costs for the facility are estimated to be between US$11-billion and $14-billion. “The GTL project will be delivered in two phases, with each phase comprising 48 000 bbl/d,” Sasol said. “The first phase is planned to come into operation in the 2018 calendar year and the second phase the following calendar year.”World-scale ethane cracker Also part of the project are plans to build a world-scale ethane cracker, which will allow Sasol to expand its ethylene derivatives business in the United States. “The cracker will also benefit from the current low US natural gas prices and the abundance of ethane,” Sasol said. Project costs are estimated to be between $5-billion and $7-billion. Both the GTL facility and ethane cracker are expected to create at least 1 200 permanent jobs and 7 000 construction jobs at peak. “Sasol envisions a game-changing partnership with the State that could yield significant benefits not only for our company but for the company and the community,” Constable said. Sasol also announced its plans to adopt a phased approach to the next stage of its GTL facility planned for western Canada. The feasibility study was completed in 2012 and the regulatory application and land procurement processes are under way. “However in accordance with the need to prioritise Sasol’s growth portfolio, this investment opportunity will be phased after the integrate Lake Charles GTL and cracker projects,” Sasol said. SAinfo reporter
AdvertisementLauren Marie Sesselmann (born August 14, 1983) is an American-born Canadian soccer defender, former forward and Olympic bronze medalist currently playing for the Santa Clarita Blue Heat. She was also a member of the Canadian national team from 2011-2015, and is also a trainer, producer and host of the fitness DVD program Fit As A Pro with Lauren Sesselmann.Sesselmann was raised in Green Bay, Wisconsin. She starred in both soccer and basketball at Notre Dame Academy in Green Bay, winning multiple letters and helping Notre Dame to an undefeated season and a Wisconsin state championship in girls’ basketball in 2001.Following her time at Purdue, Sesselmann remained in the area to play for F.C. Indiana, based in Greater Lafayette. She played in both the Women’s Premier Soccer League in 2007 and W-League in 2008 with the club. She scored nine goals and four assists in 14 games for the Lionesses in 2008, as they were runners-up in the W-League.On January 16, 2009, Sesselmann was drafted by Chicago Red Stars with the 44th overall pick in the 2009 WPS Draft. She was waived prior to the season and signed by Sky Blue FC in May 2009. In 2010, Sesselmann attended training camp with Saint Louis Athletica, but was released during camp. She then signed with the Atlanta Beat, where manager Gareth O’Sullivan converted her from forward to defence. Sesselmann debuted with the Atlanta Beat on April 11, 2010 in a match against Philadelphia Independence, earning her first WPS start at left back.In 2013, she joined FC Kansas City in the new National Women’s Soccer League. On January 10, 2014, it was announced that Sesselmann was selected by the Houston Dash with the third pick in the 2014 NWSL Expansion Draft.However, her role with the Dash has been put into question by a statement from her agent stating it is “in her best interest to explore options as a free agent”.Following two years out of the game, Sesselmann joined the Santa Clarita Blue Heat in May 2017.Sesselmann acquired Canadian citizenship in 2010 through her father, who is from Newfoundland and Labrador, and was called up to the Canadian national team for training camp leading up to two friendlies against the United States in September 2011. She won her first cap on September 17, 2011 as a starter at left back against the US, playing the full 90 minutes. She also started the second game on September 23, 2011.Sesselmann was named to the 18-player Canadian squad for the 2011 Pan American Games at Guadalajara. She started at left back in four of five matches and appeared as a substitute in the other, helping Canada to win the gold medal.In Canada’s run to a bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics, Sesselmann started all six matches, two at left back and four at centre back.Sesslemann represented Canada in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. In the quarter final match against England, Sesselmann slipped and fell on the turf which resulted in a goal for England.Sesslemann was honoured by Canada Soccer in June 2017 along with fellow Olympic Bronze Medalists Jonelle Filigno, Robyn Gayle, Kaylyn Kyle and Josée Bélanger.Advertisement
zoomIllustration. Source: Pixabay under CC0 Creative Commons license Monaco-based boxship owner and operator Navios Maritime Containers has seen its revenues rise in the first quarter of 2019 due to a larger fleet operating during the period.Revenue for the three months ended March 31, 2019 was USD 31.8 million, as compared to USD 29.9 million reported in the same quarter a year earlier.TCE per day declined to USD 12,217 from USD 15,259 reported in the first quarter of 2018, primarily as a result of the expiration of contracts between the two periods.Net income for the quarter was at USD 0.1 million compared to USD 3 million reported a year earlier. The change was due to a USD 3.7 million decrease in EBITDA, USD 2.2 million increase in interest expense and finance cost, net related to the financing of new vessels; and USD 0.5 million increase in amortization of deferred drydock and special survey costs, in each case, relating to the increase in the size of the fleet.“In a little more than two years, Navios Containers grew its fleet to 30 containerships, acquiring the fleet for a price close to the related scrap value,” Angeliki Frangou, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said.“Most recently, Navios Containers acquired two 2011-built 10,000 TEU containerships for USD 105 million, reflecting a 30% discount to newbuild parity. These containerships are on long-term time charters at around USD 27,000 per day that should generate cumulative EBITDA of USD 35.2 million,” Frangou added.