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Permian Basin Drilling Report: Feb. 1 – Feb. 7

first_img By admin – February 11, 2018 Permit applications approved by the Texas Railroad Commission for Feb. 1 through Feb. 7 for Districts 7C, 8 and 8A. Numbers in parentheses indicate the number of permits approved for that leasehold.Anadarko E&P Onshore, LLC, Beaver 57-1-16 Unit, Reeves, new drill; Empanada 34-191 Unit, Ward, new drill; Walnut 55-1-46 Unit, Loving, new drill.Apache Corporation, Choctaw State, Reeves, new drill (3); Elbert State Unit, Reeves, new drill (2); Fox State Unit, Reeves, new drill (3); Pine State, Reeves, new drill (3).APC Water Holdings 1, LLC, APC 55-4-21, Reeves, new drill.Banner Operating, LLC, Devon 21, Tom Green, new drill.Blackbeard Operating, LLC, Landlubber, Crane, new drill.Boaz Energy II Operating, LLC, R.E. Hickman, Coke, recompletion.Boyd, D.K. Oil and Gas Co., Inc., N. Aermotor C24-10 SWD, Loving, new drill.Browning Oil Company, Inc., University 27, Andrews, recompletion.BVX Operating, Inc., Byars, Schleicher, new drill.Callon Petroleum Operating Co., Wright Unit B 41-32, Howard, new drill; Wright Unit C 41-32 A1, Howard, new drill; Wright Unit C 41-32 A2, Howard, new drill (2).Centennial Resource Production, LLC, Knight 4-51, Reeves, new drill.Chevron U.S.A., Inc., Hay Aria 03/46, Culberson, new drill.Cimarex Energy Co., Anaconda State 55-2, Reeves, reclass; Bridger 1-36, Reeves, reclass; Livingston 2-12 B, Reeves, new drill; Alysheba 17 Unit, Culberson, new drill.Cody Energy, LLC, State Mandujano, Pecos, new drill.COG Operating, LLC, Grissom A, Culberson, new drill.ConocoPhillips Company, El Jefe, Reeves, new drill (4).CrownQuest Operating, LLC, WR Vitex, Howard, new drill; WR Vitex E, Martin, new drill; Whistling Duck, Howard, new drill; Spade Ranch, Mitchell, new drill (3); Gotha, Glasscock, new drill (2); Miscanthus E 1612, Howard, new drill.Devon Energy Production Co., LP, Richmond 39, Reeves, new drill.Diamondback E&P, LLC, Neal Lethco 35-36 Unit, Pecos, new drill; Trailand A Unit, Midland, new drill (2); Trailand B Unit, Midland, new drill (2).Encana Oil & Gas USA, Inc., Abbie Laine 30XX, Midland, new drill; Glass 38, Howard, recompletion.Endeavor Energy Resources, LP, Hazlewood 32, Martin, new drill (2).Energen Resources Corporation, Wolcott Campbell 01, Martin, new drill; Moore SN 47-38 03, Glasscock, new drill.Energy Management Company, University 11, Reagan, new drill.EOG Resources, Inc., McGregor A, Loving, new drill.EP Energy E&P Company, LP, University Taylor Draw 31, Upton, recompletion.EXL Petroleum Operating, Inc., UL Comanche 42, Martin, new drill (2).FDL Operating, LLC, University Owens 1-6, Reagan, new drill.Felix Water, LLC, Spanish Dagger 29-27, Winkler, new drill (2); Spanish Dagger 21-27, Winkler, new drill.Guidon Energy Management Services, LLC, Holt Ranch 21-10 alloc-1NH, Martin, new drill (2); Holt Ranch 21-10 alloc-2NH, Martin, new drill (2).Gunn Oil Company, BSM, King, new drill; Windy Lake, King, new drill.Halcon Operating Co., Inc., Laura-Mackenzie, Pecos, new drill; Ethel-Jesper, Pecos, new drill.Halliburton Operating Company, Neaves, Dickens, new drill.Hannathon Petroleum, LLC, Modern Flanagan 13-24 Unit, Howard, new drill.High Roller Wells, LLC, Rustler Hills SWD, Reeves, new drill.Hunt Oil Company, Harris-Cook 70, Glasscock, new drill (4).Jagged Peak Energy, LLC, State Eiland 1705, Ward, new drill; State Whiskey River 4B-8, Reeves, new drill; State Eiland 4-33, Ward, new drill.Kinder Morgan Production Co., LLC, Yates Field Unit, Pecos, recompletion; Goldsmith-Landreth/San Andres/UT, Ector, reclass.Lario Oil & Gas Company, Doolittle 3, Martin, new drill.Lime Rock Resources II-A, LP, Tex-Mex 13, Gaines, new drill.Lime Rock Resources IV-A, LP, UL 13 Dublin SA, Andrews, new drill.Mammoth Exploration, LLC, Barnsley L, Crane, reenter; Hudson SWD, Cochran, new drill.MDC Texas Operator, LLC, Special Effort 18, Reeves, new drill.Milestone Enviro Services, LLC, Stanton SWD, Glasscock, new drill.NBL Permian, LLC, Jalapeno State 216-215 Unit B, Reeves, new drill (2).NGL Water Solutions Permian, LLC, Barstow 2 SWD, Ward, new drill; Hwy 285 SWD, Reeves, new drill.Oxy USA, Inc., Seminole San Andres Unit, Gaines, new drill.Oxy USA WTP, LP, Teller 186, Reeves, new drill (2).Palmer Oil Properties, Swenson A, Garza, new drill.Parallel Petroleum, LLC, Texas Tea, Andrews, new drill.Parsley Energy Operations, LLC, Paige 13A-12A, Reagan, new drill (2); Pecan State Unit, Reeves, new drill (2); Hayden 14-23B-E, Martin, new drill (2); Hayden 14-23B-F, Martin, new drill; Lucy Lindsay 1-36-H, Reagan, new drill (3); Alex 17, Midland, new drill.PCore Exploration & Production II, LLC, Hartgrove, Reagan, new drill.PDC Permian, Inc., Lost Saddle 4546, Reeves, new drill; Blue Lakes 5556, Reeves, new drill.Permian Deep Rock Oil Co., LLC, Rebel, Midland, new drill.Pioneer Natural Resources USA, Inc., Brook O-2Z, Upton, new drill; University 7-28 PU, Martin, new drill (6); XBC Giddings Estate, Upton, new drill (3).PRI Operating, LLC, Mamba Unit 17, Reeves, new drill.QEP Energy Company, Thelma A, Martin, new drill (3); Thelma B, Martin, new drill (3).Ring Energy, Inc., Fisher B, Andrews, new drill; Fisher C, Andrews, new drill; Phoenix State, Culberson, new drill (2); Fauna, Andrews, new drill; Ford West NW 10 SWD, Culberson, new drill.Rio Oil and Gas Permian II, LLC, Conquista State Unit 54-1-8, Reeves, new drill.Rosetta Resources Operating, LP, Soapy Smith 36-20 Unit E, Reeves, new drill.Sabalo Operating, LLC, Dodger 33-28, Howard, new drill; Memphis Flash 39-27, Howard, new drill.SEM Operating Company, LLC, University 40, Irion, new drill; University 38-40, Irion, new drill; University 9C, Reagan, new drill (3).Shell Western E&P, Wright 1-22 E Wrd Unit, Ward, new drill; San Saba 53-2-45 Lov, Loving, new drill; Johnson 54-2-40 Lov, Loving, new drill; Tahiti 55-2-17 Lov, Loving, new drill (2).SM Energy Company, Maximus B, Howard, new drill; Maximus C, Howard, new drill (3); Maximus D, Howard, new drill (2); Delphin SWD, Howard, new drill; Poseidon SWD, Howard, new drill; Mountain Cat 26, Howard, new drill; Berlinda Ann, Martin, new drill; Zissou, Howard, new drill; Phil Connors, Howard, new drill.Surge Operating, LLC, Wright Unit B 44-41, Howard, new drill (2); Sledge Unit 06-07, Howard, new drill; Newton Unit 06-43, Howard, new drill.Tabula Rasa Energy, LLC, Emma/San Andres Unit, Andrews, recompletion.Teakwood Operating, LLC, Texas American Syndicate 6, Pecos, new drill.Three Rivers Operating Co. III, LLC, Red Bull State Unit, Reeves, new drill; Daltex Munn Unit 44-41, Culberson, new drill.TXP, Inc., Ostrander 1802, Irion, new drill; Williams, Irion, recompletion.Wishbone Texas Operating Co., LLC, Reveille 644 B, Yoakum, new drill.XTO Energy, Inc., Patricia, Martin, new drill; Merrick, Martin, new drill; Strain, Martin, new drill; Bob Midkiff 48-01 0115, Midland, new drill (2); Bob Midkiff 48-01 0116, Midland, new drill (2); Bob Midkiff 48-01 0117, Midland, new drill (2); Bob Midkiff 48-01 0118, Midland, new drill (2); Frank Powell 20-29, Reagan, new drill (9); Mi Noche, Ward, new drill.RAILROAD COMMISSION Facebook Octopus Energy U.S. to Discount Customers’ Bills by as Much as 90% Home Local News Business Permian Basin Drilling Report: Feb. 1 – Feb. 7 WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Southern Style Potato SaladFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinSlap Your Mama It’s So Delicious Southern Squash CasserolePowered By 10 Sec Croissant Breakfast Sandwich Casserole NextStay WhatsAppcenter_img Local NewsBusiness Permian Basin Drilling Report: Feb. 1 – Feb. 7 Twitter Congressman Mike Conaway talks to the Odessa American on Jan. 7, 2018. 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Quick Question: Jed Garfield on New York’s townhouse market

first_img Share via Shortlink New York’s residential real estate market had a tough year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but there was one bright spot: townhouses.And when it comes to New York’s townhouse market, you’d be hard-pressed to find an expert like Leslie J. Garfield’s Jed Garfield. The brokerage, founded by his father, is one of the biggest names in the townhouse game.Garfield sat with editor-in-chief of The Real Deal Stuart Elliott and answered some quick questions about the shifts in pricing and volume of townhouses, record-breaking sales and how things are looking in different parts of the city.Watch the video to learn more. Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Tags Luxury Real EstateResidential Real EstateTownhousesVideolast_img read more

Oxford votes Yes

first_imgVoters in Oxford, “the home of liberal intellectualism”, demonstrated their overwhelmingsupport for electoral reform by voting Yes in last week’s AV referendum, in contrast to the majority of the rest of the country.After two recounts, it was declared that those in the Yes camp had beaten those favouring the “First Past The Post” (FPTP) system by 21,693 votes to 18,395.The majority of voters in Cambridge also voted in support of AV. Nearly four thousand more votes were cast for Yes than for No.North London constituencies including Islington, Haringey and Camden equally followed this trend.However, only 10 out of 440 national constituencies had a majority vote favouring AV.Andrew Mell, Oxfordshire Press Officer for the YES campaign and an Economics student at Nuffield, said more people in Oxford voted in favour of AV because of an effective campaign which “engaged with all parts of the community”.Oxford City’s result did not match the national consensus. 6.1 million people voted in favour of electoral reform across the country, as opposed to the 13 million who rejected it.Mell said that it was time for those behind the Yes campaign to hold a “post-mortem” to “work out what went wrong”.Sam Robberts, an OUCA member from Christ Church, said that both campaigns had centred on “demonisation” of the opposition.Robberts told Cherwell that he voted NO in order to preserve Britain’s voting culture.“I was concerned that the increased consensual politics the Yes campaign required would in fact lead to greater voter apathy”, he said.Robberts admitted that Oxford’s liberal stance hardly came as a shock.“I am not surprised that Oxford and Cambridge, and North London voted yes”, he said.“They are traditionally seen as the home of liberal intellectualism in this country, and it is good to see that those people at least stuck to their principles and delivered the result they wanted.”last_img read more

Umphrey’s McGee Scraps Setlist, Covers The Who In Tour Opening Rager

first_imgWhile the jam band rarely sticks to any cookie cutter setlists, Umphrey’s McGee threw out all the rules last night at The Hive in Sandpoint, Idaho. Instead of a premeditated setlist, they wrote out a couple dozen songs and played them in whatever order they came to fruition, allowing their music to plan itself. These “song list” sets are popular for Umphrey’s fans, as it gives the band a chance to be more creative amongst even greater challenges.In promoting the night’s free stream, the band tweeted, “Oops… we forgot to write a setlist. Oh Well.” By the end of the night, this is what happened with their enormous list of options: You can purchase the “no setlist set” via UMLive. Here’s how it all turned out:Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee at The Hive, Sandpoint, Idaho – 3/10/16:Set 1: There’s No Crying In Mexico > Cut the Cable, Phil’s Farm > Turn & Run > Phil’s Farm, Out Of Order > Utopian Fir[1] > Thin AirSet 2: Preamble > Mantis Ghetts > Mantis[2] > Comma Later > Amble On[3] > Mantis, The Bottom Half > I’m On Fire > The Bottom Half, Eminence Front > EatEncore: Slacker[1] with The Ocean (Led Zeppelin) tease[2] “Jimmy Stewart” with lyrics[3] with Jeff Grady on percussion[Setlist via All Things Umphrey’s]last_img read more

Governor Wolf Announces Terrafina Relocating to Pennsylvania, Creating 120 New Jobs in Monroe County

first_imgGovernor Wolf Announces Terrafina Relocating to Pennsylvania, Creating 120 New Jobs in Monroe County Economy,  Jobs That Pay,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf announced that Terrafina LLC, a food manufacturer of healthy snack options, will be relocating its operations from New York City into East Stroudsburg, Monroe County, and will create 120 new Pennsylvania jobs.“The strong economic climate in Pennsylvania, combined with our prime location in the heart of the Northeast and low cost of doing business, provides manufacturing companies that choose to locate here with a distinct advantage over their competitors,” said Governor Wolf. “I welcome Terrafina to Pennsylvania and to Monroe County and look forward to continue to work the company to help them achieve even greater success.”Terrafina will purchase a 72,000-square-foot facility in East Stroudsburg due to lower operating costs in Pennsylvania as well as the company outgrowing space constraints in New York City. The project includes the purchase of the building, renovations, and the purchase of equipment, computers, and furniture. The company will invest over $4.1 million into the project.“As we have aggressively expanded in the last couple of years, we are excited to take the next step and increase our production capabilities at least five-fold to grow and provide even more amazing products for our rapidly expanding customer base,” said Terrafina founder and CEO James Locke. “The acreage, strategic location for production, and distribution amenities offered in East Stroudsburg in northeast Pennsylvania fit our expansion plans perfectly. Also, as we consider sustainability and our carbon footprint in our growth model, we’re pleased that more than half of our energy needs will be met by a solar panel system on the roof.”Terrafina received a funding proposal from the Department of Community and Economic Development for $240,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits to be distributed upon creation of the new jobs and $54,000 in WEDnetPA employee training funding. The company has also been encouraged to apply or a $2,040,000 low-interest loan from the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA) to assist with building and equipment costs.The project was coordinated by the Governor’s Action Team, an experienced group of economic development professionals who report directly to the governor and work with businesses that are considering locating or expanding in Pennsylvania.Established in 2005, Terrafina is a sustainability-focused food manufacturer offering a variety of health snack options under its own brands and under private labels. Its core business is blending nuts, dried fruits, and trail mixes, and offers a number of packaging options from tubs, bags, and displays to private, contract, and bulk packaging.For more information about the Governor’s Action Team or DCED, visit dced.pa.gov, and be sure to stay up-to-date with all of our agency news on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. December 06, 2017center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

As GSA boys roll, Taylor Schildroth is the talk of Downeast Maine

first_img Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020 Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all) Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 Bio Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at [email protected]center_img Latest Posts BLUE HILL — Taylor Schildroth walks toward a reporter with a grin on his face. He’s used to this by now.Yes, Schildroth is willing do another interview. He’s done quite a few of them in recent weeks, and the process is nothing new to him. When you dominate high school basketball as much as he has this season, the attention is going to come.As Schildroth goes to the corner of George Stevens Academy’s gymnasium, his head coach, Dwayne Carter, smirks at him and shakes his head. He’s not about to resist an opportunity to poke fun at his leading scorer.“I’m tired of reading about you,” Carter says. “Give somebody else the spotlight for a change.”This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textAlthough he’s far from the only star on the GSA boys’ basketball team, Schildroth is the one everyone seems to be talking about. As the undefeated and top-ranked Eagles continue to roll, Schildroth is setting records and bringing gymnasiums from his hometown of Blue Hill to rural Piscataquis County to their feet.“It’s been different, but I’m getting a bit more used to it,” Schildroth said. “Between social media, the media and people at school, it can be hard to ignore sometimes.”Schildroth has already produced several notable games this season, including a 25-point performance while sick with the flu against Ellsworth. He also had 18 in the first half in the Eagles’ 66-33 road win against Bucksport on Friday.The biggest of them all was his 61-point game against Lee Academy on Jan. 6. That game marked the most points scored by any boys’ player in Maine in at least 30 years — nobody in the state has scored more since the Maine Principals’ Association adopted the 3-pointer.“It honestly just happened so fast,” Schildroth said. “I felt good — like I could get into a rhythm — after I made the first shot. Once I made a few more from 3, it just took off from there.”Schildroth hasn’t stopped hearing about it since. It’s been a topic of conversation at gas stations, grocery stores, restaurants and other places all over Hancock County. Part of him wants to move past it — the Eagles have played two games since then and still have seven left before the playoffs start.Right now, at least, the talk isn’t as fervent as it was. He isn’t getting hundreds of texts, tweets and Facebook messages every day like he was two weeks ago. Still, now that word has spread to other communities, GSA games have become must-see action in such a basketball-crazy area.Even in Bucksport, the one town in Hancock County where high school football surpasses basketball in overall popularity, people are taking notice. Bucksport’s Ralph Jewett Gymnasium is one of the larger ones in Hancock County, and empty seats were hard to spot as GSA faced the Golden Bucks on Friday.“Everyone’s here to see this kid,” said Bucksport Sports photographer Rick McHale. “People here have been talking about him all week.”Schildroth got off to a hot start, making two baskets inside of a minute and finishing the first half with 18 points. Yet it was 6-foot-6 center Max Mattson who stole the show in the second half with two thunderous slam dunks in GSA’s 66-33 win.Between Schildroth, Mattson, Jarrod Chase, Beckett Slayton and the team’s deep bench, Carter is quick to emphasize that GSA is far from a one-man team. The Eagles have the perfect array of athleticism, size, shooting and defensive capability and have developed a habit of overpowering opponents on a nightly basis. The only team to come within 22 points of GSA thus far has been Ellsworth, which was the only team to beat GSA last year.Schildroth, in Carter’s eyes, is still a bit different from others he’s coached over the years. Few players 6-foot or shorter possess the athletic ability to get to the rim like he can. He’s dunked in practice on multiple occasions and came within an inch or two of doing so in the first half against Bucksport before laying it in at the last second. He’s crafty, too, and can shoot and pass from anywhere on the floor.“I’ve had some good and great players, but I haven’t had ones that have done what Taylor has done,” Carter said. “He can take control of a game and is just so well-rounded. When he’s on, it’s something else.”To make his point, Carter looks up at a banner that overlooks the school’s gym. The banner lists several GSA boys’ and girls’ players to have reached the 1,000-point mark. It will soon add another name in recognition of 6-foot forward Morgan Dauk, who reached the milestone for the girls’ team against Narraguagus last month.Schildroth, who currently has 927 points, will most likely join that list within a few games. Every previous GSA player to have reached that milestone has done so during his or senior year. Schildroth, on the other hand, is still a junior.“It’s going to be interesting to see where he can be a year from now because he’s just so good already,” Carter said. “To think he has the rest of this year and another year ahead of him to keep developing at the high school level, that’s going to be special.”Eventually, Schildroth wants to play in college. He’s received offers from a few schools already but has said he wants more time before making a final decision. Schildroth also plays soccer in the fall and baseball in the spring, but basketball is the sport he loves most.As GSA’s unbeaten run continues, all of that will have to wait. Schildroth and the rest of the Eagles are focused on finishing an undefeated season.“I feel really good about where we’re at and what I’m doing right now,” Schildroth said. “It’s cool to get recognition, but you also have to block it out and not let it get to your head. I want to win another championship.” MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020last_img read more

Hancock County cross-country runners compete in Festival of Champions

first_imgBELFAST — One thousand six hundred forty-four runners took to the Troy Howard Middle School course Saturday to compete in this year’s Festival of Champions.MDI’s Ponce Saltysiak finished as the top local runner in the seeded race with a time of 17 minutes, 0.79 seconds and a place of 29th. Jon Genrich (62nd place), Cody Parker (69th place) and Calvin Partin (91st) gave MDI a sweep of Hancock County’s top four, and Bucksport senior David Hileman (103rd) rounded out the top five.Nyamh Wolf of George Stevens Academy claimed seventh place in the Section A unseeded race with a time of 20:20.50. GSA also got a strong performance from Sol Lorio, who placed fifth out of 228 runners in the freshman race with a time of 17:39.54.On the girls’ side, Ellsworth’s Caitlin MacPherson placed 30th in the seeded race with a time of 20:18.03. MDI’s Katelyn Osborne (43rd place), Olivia Johnson (45th place), Grace Munger (50th) and Rachelle Swanson (60th) rounded out the rest of the top-five Hancock County runners.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn the freshman race, GSA’s Thea Crowley crossed the finish line in 19:34.15 to place third of 153 runners. MDI’s Lexi Simard finished as the top local runner in the unseeded race with a time of 23:36.22 and a place of 20th.MDI placed ninth with 369 points to finish as the top boys’ team locally as GSA took 26th, Ellsworth placed 33rd, Bucksport claimed 51st and Sumner placed 63rd. The Trojans also finished as the top Hancock County girls’ team with Ellsworth claiming 24th and GSA placing 42nd.Listed are the top-five Hancock County finishers from each section as well as all team scores.Boys’ race, seeded29. Ponce Saltysiak, Mount Desert Island, 17 minutes, 0.79 seconds62. Jon Genrich, MDI, 17:35.3169. Cody Parker, MDI, 17:40.4991. Calvin Partin, MDI, 17:50.59103. David Hileman, Bucksport, 18:01.04Boys’ race, Section A unseeded7. Nyamh Wolf, George Stevens Academy, 20:20.5015. Bailey Bishoff, Ellsworth, 20:52.3341. Caleb Rhine, GSA, 21:34.7369. Morgan Davis, GSA, 22:01.6180. Liam Swift, Bucksport, 22:10.00Boys’ race, Section B unseeded11. Jacob Benson, MDI, 18:51.2234. Christian Winslow, Bucksport, 19:15.8442. Russell LaMarre, GSA, 19:23.0369. Spencer Rose, MDI, 19:43.6074. Bryce Carter, Ellsworth, 19:48.77Boys’ race, freshmen5. Sol Lorio, GSA, 17:39.5410. Sam York, MDI, 18:10.5434. Ryan Davis, MDI, 19:11.7235. Andrew Hipsky, GSA, 19:11.7955. Micah Bryan, GSA, 19:50.30Boys’ team scores9. MDI, 36926. GSA, 75033. Ellsworth, 96151. Bucksport, 1,36463. Sumner, 1,801Girls’ race, seeded30. Caitlin MacPherson, Ellsworth, 20:18.0343. Katelyn Osborne, MDI, 20:45.7445. Olivia Johnson, MDI, 20:51.7550. Grace Munger, MDI, 21:05.7460. Rachelle Swanson, MDI, 21:14.21Girls’ race, unseeded20. Lexi Simard, MDI, 23:36.2233. Azaria Long, MDI, 24:11.3055. Amie Lupo, Ellsworth, 24:46.61109. Hope Rankin, Bucksport, 25:46.17114. Abbie Hanscom, Bucksport, 25:50.57Girls’ race, freshmen3. Thea Crowley, GSA, 19:34.1520. Callan Eason, MDI, 21:17.8534. Piper Soares, MDI, 22:09.8337. Caroline Mazgaj, Ellsworth, 22:12.4939. Sophia Taylor, MDI, 22:13.38Girls’ team scores6. MDI, 33224. Ellsworth, 71942. GSA, 1,102last_img read more

H5G to emulate US social casino success through BtoBet deal

first_imgShare Related Articles StumbleUpon Submit BtoBet refines African SMS payment options with Tola Mobile  August 20, 2020 BtoBet grows Nigerian presence with Booster99 deal August 26, 2020 BtoBet grows LatAm portfolio with GlobalBet deal August 12, 2020 Share US-based social casino High 5 Games (H5G) will present its players with targeted real money online content after securing a new partnership with BtoBet.H5G, which holds a strong presence in the social casino space with over 17 million downloads worldwide, will use BtoBet – and specifically the firm’s Neuron Gaming platform – to boost its footprint in the real money online casino arena in 2019.The Neuron Gaming platform – the key component of the BtoBet Games division – provides strong customisation and highly flexible features to maximise brand differentiation for its clients.BtoBet said that the “robust and advanced” technologies that constitute the core of the platform will enable H5G to present their legion of players with a wide variety of content tailored according to their preferences, based on an evolved segmentation system. It means that BtoBet will increase their presence in the mature European online casino market, while putting H5G in position to emulate its social casino success from across the pond.Anthony Singer, Founder and CEO of H5G, said: “We’re proud to expand our presence as a dynamic global online betting operator into new territories with a trusted platform partner like BtoBet.  Our culture and goals are well aligned to gain valuable market share in established European markets and emerging global territories.”BtoBet Chairman and CEO Alessandro Fried added: “We are excited to embark on this journey with H5G. For us to team with such a strong and established company is testimony to our continuously renewed quest to deliver technological excellence to our partners. “H5G fully embraces our vision to succeed through innovation, and I am confident that the collaboration brought about by this partnership will not only be a successful story but will eventually further evolve to seize any future opportunities that the market will present.”last_img read more

Relieved Lampard insists Chelsea are capable of upsetting Barcelona

first_imgFrank Lampard admitted he was relieved to get past Benfica – but insisted Chelsea are capable of beating Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals.Lampard’s penalty helped the Blues secure a 2-1 win on the night at Stamford Bridge and means they can now look forward to a mouthwatering clash with the Catalan giants.“You have to respect them. They’re the greatest team in the world – they have been and still are,” Lampard told ITV.“They’re going to be favourites but we’ve got a lot of belief in ourselves. We know we’ll have to be at our absolute best to beat them, and we know we’re capable of that.”Chelsea endured a difficult night against Benfica despite the Portuguese side being reduced to 10 men five minutes before half-time.Lampard admitted: “It was a tough game – 1-0 away [in the first leg] is a great result but gives you a conundrum about how to approach it.“You don’t want to go too gung-ho, but we created enough chances to wrap it up. It’s relief in the end. Benfica are a good team.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

FlexNetwork: The Nationwide IP Voice Network from Bandwidth.com

first_imgalex williams Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Related Posts 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Bandwidth.com is unveiling FlexNetwork, its nationwide IP voice service that it built from the ground up, making it arguably one of the most significant VoIP investments in the past decade.Most IP voice networks grow by acquisition, which can mean inheriting legacy systems that require significant upgrades. Bandwidth.com built FlexNetwork at a fraction of the cost compared to IP voice networks built earlier in the decade.By building its own network, FlexNetwork can feature the latest IP voice technologies, such as HD Voice. What’s HD Voice? It’s a high-quality voice service that takes away some of the quality issues that encumber traditional VoIP services. Here’s a video that explains HD Voice and Phonebooth, its cloud-based telephony service. Tags:#enterprise#news#Products VoIP Heroes Episode 2: Phonebooth OnDemand from Bandwidth.com on Vimeo.Application developers in the new world of Voice 2.0 may be the biggest winners with the FlexNetwork. These service providers often need the network to uniquely support what they’re building. Most network providers simply aren’t that flexible. Serving application developers is working out pretty well. The network is now on pace to deliver almost four billion minutes and one million numbers this year.The savings for a small business can be significant with VoIP. FlexNetwork looks like it could be quite a disruptive force in the telecommunications market by providing a service that is reliable, more affordable and a haven for application developers.last_img read more