“To facilitate the transportation of PPs from Kaohsiung Port to the project site off Changhua, CTCI MAC has set up CTCI MAC Ta-Lin Shop in Nansing Free Trade Zone in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan”, CTCI stated in a press release. Boskalis and Hwa Chi Construction Co, through a joint venture, are in charge of the transport and installation of the jacket foundations and accompanying pin piles. CIP acquired the Changfang and Xidao wind farm, located off the coast of Changhua County, in 2017. The following year, the project obtained grid allocation. Production will start by August and the pin piles will be delivered in batches in July 2021. Meanwhile, CTCI MAC already begun preparations for the project. The company said it has been sourcing subcomponents and preparing machines and tools since February. The project will feature 62 MHI Vestas 9.5 MW wind turbines, scheduled for commissioning in the first quarter of 2024. CTCI MAC, a subsidiary of Taiwanese engineering services provider CTCI, has secured a contract with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) to supply pin piles for the Changfang and Xidao offshore wind farm. The developer reached financial close on the 589 MW offshore wind farm at the end of February. A year ago, CTCI entered the offshore wind market through a contract with wpd. Under the contract signed in April 2019, CTCI will deliver transition pieces (TPs) for the Yunlin offshore wind farm. The company will deliver 186 pin piles for the wind farm’s 62 jacket foundations. So far, this is the largest number of pin piles a single contractor in Taiwan will manufacture, according to CTCI.
Advertisement 6sqceNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs52ksukWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E3o3su( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) a1xiWould you ever consider trying this?😱cxnvjCan your students do this? 🌚9jtqgRoller skating! Powered by Firework The ‘Universe Boss’ Chris Gayle has ended all speculations about his retirement. Upon his dismissal after an explosive knock of 72 in just 41 balls in the final ODI, Gayle received a standing ovation from the Trinidad crowd. Even the Indian players came forward to congratulate him, which led to rumors that the Jamaican batsman might just have played his last match for West Indies. But in a video posted by Windies Cricket, he can be seen saying “I didn’t announce any retirement. Yeah, I am still with West Indies cricket until any further notice”.Advertisement Chris Gayle made his ODI debut in 1999 against India in Toronto and the 39-year-old is West Indies’ all-time run-scorer in ODIs with 10480 runs from 301 matches. In his 20-year career in one-day cricket he has registered 25 hundreds and 54 fifties. And on Wednesday in the final game of the ODI series, Gayle walked out to bat with a special jersey marking his 301st ODI appearance. The ‘Gaylestorm’ started right away with 8 boundaries and 5 maximums before being dismissed by Khaleel Ahmed. Him and Virat Kohli were seen doing their famous high-five celebration while he was returning back to the pavilion.Advertisement Earlier, West Indies had won the toss and decided to bat. Together with his opening partner Evin Lewis, Gayle put up a 115-run stand in just 10 overs. However, Jason Holder and his men couldn’t take advantage of his stint as the Men in Blue won by six wickets.Advertisement Advertisement
Image Courtesy: ITV/Getty/ReutersAdvertisement 5dfktNBA Finals | Brooklyn VslmzqWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ei0l( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) bpwWould you ever consider trying this?😱poCan your students do this? 🌚cazceRoller skating! Powered by Firework The Raheem Sterling incident is hitting heavy on Joe Gomez. What starte off as just a normal on the pitch verbal taunt, the Manchester City star reportedly assaulted his compatriot in the training ground canteen just prior to today’s Montenegro qualifier. And now, the Liverpool center back is facing massive heckle from supporters.Advertisement Image Courtesy: ITV/Getty/ReutersSterling missed the fixture as Gareth Southgate’s boys raided the Balkans 7-0 at Wembley, Gomez was subbed in for Mason Mount in the 70th minute, and still one goal to go. However, the home fans weren’t pleased to miss the 24 year old winger, and as soon as Gomez stepped on field, booing started and some even screamed: ‘You’re the reason I can’t see Sterling today’.Check out this clip below, captured by one YouTuber named Owen Howell, who was present today at the stadium, and posted it on Twitter.Advertisement Apparently, the English coach condemned the whole incident that took place behind in the stands.“No, I don’t understand it. No England player should ever be booed.” Southgate told Sky Sports.“Him and Raheem are very close and the whole team are very close so we don’t want to see anybody treated in that way.” the 46 year old added.With the 11 minute opener from Oxlade-Chamberlain, skipper Harry Kane secured a hat trick, along with goals from Rashford and Tammy Abraham, and one own goal from Montenegro defender Aleksandar Šofranac. Advertisement
Mitch Crisanti scored four times, twice during a five-goal first-period explosion, to spark the Vancouver Northwest Giants to an 8-3 decision over Kootenay Ice in B.C. Major Midget Hockey League action Sunday in Burnaby.The win completed a weekend sweep for the Giants over the Kootenay squad. Vancouver won the opener Saturday 4-0.Vancouver jumped all over the Ice to open the game, chasing Kootenay starter Brett Soles of Cranbrook from the net after scoring five on the n netminder.Jake Lucchini of Trail stopped a bit of the bleeding with a late first period goal for Kootenay.In the second, with back up Kimberley Newell now in goal for Kootenay, the hosts continued to pour it on the Ice as Crisanti scored two more times in the period along with Cole Todd to increase the advantage to 8-2.Will Lightfoot of Cranbrook scored in the second for Kootenay.In the third the Ice notched the final goal of the game as Nelson’s Brandon Sookro scored.Saturday, four different players scored for the Giants as Vancouver shutout the road-weary Ice.The Ice falls to 1-12-1 while the Giants climbed to within two points of league-leading Cariboo Cougars of Prince George.Kootenay returns to action Saturday when the clubs hosts the Fraser Valley Bruins in a pair of games at the Castlegar and District Community Complex.Game time Saturday is 7 p.m. Sunday puck drops at 9:30 a.m.Fraser Valley is tied for ninth in the 11-team league, seven points up on Kootenay.ICE NOTES: Jake Lucchini continues to lead the Ice in scoring with 15 points along with eight goals. Brandon Sookro has scored five times while Castlegar’s Darren Mederios has 10 [email protected]