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“We already provide other customers in the area with similar logistics solutions, and we want to give the new contract the focus it deserves, so we decided to commit to opening our own office there,” says Georg Skivik Moltu, director global energy and project solutions.The Polarbase office will be used to serve Norway’s oil and gas market, supporting Greencarrier’s expansion of its activities in this sector.Under the new contract, Greencarrier will support ENI Norge’s activities in the Goliat Field, an offshore oil field that is expected to be in production for at least 15-20 years.www.greencarrier.comwww.eninorge.com
See also:Rennes want to keep Chelsea youngster BogaSwansea pair doubtful for Chelsea gameBlues youngsters to play as Terry and others are ruled outSwansea v Chelsea: five key battlesChelsea beat Man City to retain FA Youth Cup Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Holders Chelsea saw off Blackburn to reach the final of the FA Youth Cup for the fifth consecutive season.Dujon Sterling, Jacob Maddox and Tammy Abraham (pictured) scored as the Blues stormed to a 3-1 second-leg victory at Stamford Bridge, winning the semi-final 4-1 on aggregate. The tie was as good as over by half-time after the hosts scored three times in a one-sided first half. Lewis Mansell netted for Rovers in the second half.AdChoices广告Sterling fired in the opener after being set up by Mukhtar Ali, and two goals in four minutes then put Chelsea firmly in control.Maddox rounded the keeper to score after being put through by Sterling, before Mason Mount laid on the third for striker Abraham.Mansell reduced the deficit with a header but there was no way back for Blackburn.Chelsea will now face Manchester City over two legs in a repeat of last season’s final. They will be away in the first leg.
The Olympics have started? Oh well, we’re still talkin’ hoops in an all-basketball edition of Monday morning musings . . .Thanks to the Utes and Cougars, the Mountain West Conference race tightened up a bit this weekend with Utah knocking off league-leading San Diego State, and BYU winning still another close one, this time over second-place UNLV. The Aztecs are still the team to beat at 9-2, but the Cougars are just two games back and with a home game against the Aztecs coming up, they have a chance to grab a piece of the title . . .As for the Utes, their hopes of another championship disappeared in that five-game losing streak last month. But they have moved up from last to a tie for sixth with Wyoming and could move into the top four if they win out. Next month’s MWC tournament in Denver is likely to be as wide open as ever, as proved by the seventh-place team upsetting the first-place team on the road Saturday . . .Saturday’s win also helped Utah’s hopes for an NIT berth, assuming they don’t win the MWC tournament and go to the NCAAs. Not that the NIT is anything to do cartwheels about, but for a young team like the Utes, a little run in the NIT could be a nice springboard to next season when nearly everyone is back . . .Sure the the MWC is down this year, but it could be really good next year. Not only will Utah be much-improved, BYU has all but one player back, Air Force has most of its players back, plus former player of the year Nick Welch, while San Diego State and UNLV have several top players back, plus some talented transfers who are sitting out. As for 5-19 TCU, it can’t possibly be any worse . . .For the first time in three years, the NCAA tournament will be back at the Huntsman Center next month. Local fans could very well see Gonzaga and Adam Morrison as a No. 2 or 3 seed. Those who were there last time will never forget the double-overtime thriller between Gonzaga and Arizona in 2003 . . .The ‘Zags are the best team in what is a very down year for the West. Gonzaga will be the only team from its league to make the NCAAs (you think the MWC is bad, seven of nine WCC teams have losing records) and the MWC and WAC could also be one-bid leagues. The Pac-10 only has a couple of ranked teams this year in UCLA and Washington with Arizona and Stanford having down years . . .Three women’s teams should be NCAA-bound from the strong MWC this year with New Mexico joining Utah and BYU . . .I’m glad I was wrong about Carlos Boozer not returning this season. If he can stay healthy, the Jazz should make the playoffs, either as the No. 3 seed (Northwest Division winners) or No. 8 seed (just a half game back right now). Or else he could get traded before the Feb. 23 deadline . . .Everybody likes to talk about how the Jazz should have taken Chris Paul instead of Deron Williams with the No. 3 pick in last year’s draft. And maybe they should have. But what about Utah unloading former first-round Kirk Snyder in the deal for Greg Ostertag. Last I looked Snyder was starting for New Orleans alongside Paul (28 points Saturday night), while Ostertag is, well, being Greg Ostertag . . . Finally, have you heard about Deb Remmerde? Not likely. She plays for Northwestern Iowa at the NAIA level of women’s basketball and last week she broke the record for consecutive free throws made at any level, men or women when she made her 127th straight free throw in competition. She eventually had the streak broken later in the week at 133. While women certainly can’t compete against men in basketball, they are generally better free throw shooters. E-mail: [email protected]