Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) Norway has carried out an audit of Norske Shell (Shell) focused on the replacement of flexible risers on the Draugen field.The audit focused on the Shell’s work on replacing flexible risers on the Draugen field in the Norwegian Sea.The object of the audit was to verify that the new flexible risers for Draugen were designed and manufactured in compliance with the company’s requirements and statutory regulations.Topics of the audit included status and plans, risk handling, involvement of operations, governing documents, analyses, non-conformity handling, follow-up of suppliers, verification activities, learning and documentation.The audit identified no regulatory non-conformities, but two improvement points. These concerned the areas of risk management and investigations and continuous improvement, PSA said.PSA has given Shell a deadline until September 01, 2018, to provide feedback with its assessment of the improvement points.
highlights New Delhi: Bengaluru FC has signed midfielder Alejandro, the Indian Super League club announced on Saturday. The 27-year-old midfielder joins on the short-term deal till the end of the season replacing Australian Erik Paartalu who has been ruled out of action since picking up an injury against Chennaiyin FC on February 9.”Losing Erik Paartalu ahead of games that will decide the season for us has been a big blow. He was crucial in our midfield and his winning character helps us in the tough games. But we have to accept the circumstances and move on.”In Alex, we have a temporary replacement who brings with him experience and physicality in the middle of the pitch. We are sure he will help us as we enter the home stretch,” said Blues’ head coach Carles Cuadrat. The midfielder, who will be plying his trade outside Spain for the first time, said he was upbeat about the opportunity to take the field for the Blues.”Since I was playing regularly before coming to India, I am fit and want to get onto the field as soon as possible. I want to work with the team and the players to get comfortable with all the boys quickly,” said Barrera after completing formalities. Barrera becomes the sixth Spaniard at the club this season and believes the presence of fellow countrymen in the side will help him settle quicker ahead of the playoffs. Bengaluru FC has signed midfielder Alejandro. The 27-year-old midfielder joins on the short-term deal till the end of the season.He will be a crucial player for the team. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
pic.twitter.com/nhIV9PL7cM— Alan Duda (@alanduda) April 21, 2019pic.twitter.com/ON4VvxJ0B5— Alan Duda (@alanduda) April 21, 2019But the response of the day touched on his marathon “success.” Rovell completed his first marathon — the Chicago Marathon — this past October, finishing in 21,463rd place, a feat that he enjoyed bragging about, even having his sneakers from the race plated in gold. He also criticized the race organizers for misspelling “division” on his certificate.The guy saying second-best-in-the-nation LSU doesn’t deserve a billboard? He placed 21,463rd in a marathon and got the shoes he ran it in plated in gold. https://t.co/QFiZ0gJDRw— Lauren Hopkins (@LaurenHopkins96) April 21, 2019pic.twitter.com/yHpxDSfZx3— Box Seat 1971 (@BoxSeat2009) April 21, 2019The onslaught continued.Rovell trying to defend the comments he made about #LSU and their billboards pic.twitter.com/g90HAqiDO1— Madeline Adams (@TheMadAdams) April 21, 2019pic.twitter.com/jJ4xSw47us— Taylor Bourgeois (@tbourge_) April 21, 2019It’s safe to say Rovell’s tweet didn’t go as planned. Looks like LSU took the gold after all. Before you go criticizing something on Twitter, be sure there’s nothing in your tweet history that may leave you exposed. Someone will find it.Action Network sports business reporter Darren Rovell learned that lesson the hard way after tweeting about the LSU women’s gymnastics team this past weekend. MORE: LSU reinstating Wade isn’t madness if there’s a method to itThe Tigers finished as the national runner-up on Saturday for the third time in four years, losing to Oklahoma despite earning the second-highest score ever recorded in an NCAA final. Even with the disappointment, the Tigers put up a billboard thanking local fans for their support.But Rovell, a noted Twitter troll, had a problem with the team celebrating second and took the time on Easter Sunday to rip the Tigers.No, you can’t put up a billboard for coming in second. https://t.co/wxDPqBNzNr— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) April 21, 2019 LSU gymnasts and fans were quick to fire back. Several members of the team called him out shortly after his initial shot.I’m not even going to entertain you, Dan, Derek, David, Dicky, whatever your name is.Queens don’t look down. 👑— Sarah Finnegan (@sfinnegan37) April 21, 2019Sounds like someone was runner up in their Easter egg hunt. There’s always next year, Dave. https://t.co/QfVqsvkIv2— Ashlyn (@Ashlynkirby98) April 21, 2019“nO, yOU cAn’t PuT uP a BillbOaRD fOr cOmiNg iN sEcOnd.” whatever Daniel🙄 https://t.co/VOpG8Pd4dm— Reagan Campbell (@ReagzC) April 21, 2019Even the team’s associate coach got involved.Hey “D” Happy to talk to u about something u clearly don’t get or appreciate. Keep making your $ on those who lose and measure success based on %. This sport is based on perfection. But thx for the exposure. Our billboard is 4 r fans, who have helped us achieve a great deal.— Jay Clark (@jayclark886) April 22, 2019And then things really went south for Rovell. The former ESPN reporter is notorious for posting any and every “accomplishment” he achieves and consistently shares videos of himself training for marathons, a habit Twitter users were happy to throw in his face.