Image courtesy of EnagásNatural gas demand in Spain in February closed the month with a 16.9 percent increase year on year, reaching 34.1 TWh, according to the Spanish LNG terminal operator, Enagás.The increase in demand came mostly from the industrial sector as a response to the lower temperatures which also spurred the rise in demand for natural gas used in power generation.Enagás noted that industrial sector, which represents over 50 percent of the total natural gas consumption, used up 17.3 TWh in February, adding that the consumption kept rising since May 2016.Conventional demand, which covers use by homes, businesses and industries, grew 15.5 percent in February compared to the corresponding month in 2016 reaching 29.6 TWh.The increase in electricity demand boosted the demand for natural gas from the power generation sector which saw an increase of 26.9 percent, reaching 4.5 TWh, Enagás said.
Barcelona are planning to intervene in Liverpool and Real Madrid transfer plans for Lille striker Victor Osimhen. Promoted Content7 Train Stations In The World You Wish To Stay At Longer6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist MagnetsDisney’s Live-Action Simba Was Based On The Cutest Lion Cub EverPretty Awesome Shows That Just Got CanceledCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayWho Earns More Than Ronaldo? Reports claim that Barcelona are thinking about the Nigerian striker, Osimhen, as a long-term center-forward replacement for Luis Suarez as the youngster has displayed immense potential to grow. Express Sport claims that Lille are prepared to sell their starlet but only in the summer transfer window, which could prove to be perfect for Barca as they have decided to refrain from making any January transfers. The Nigerian international moved to the French side in July 2019 for a transfer fee of £10.8 million from Charleroi, a Belgian football club. The 21-year-old’s price tag has skyrocketed since, having scored 13 goals in 24 appearances, including 2 in the Champions League, this season and many European clubs are said to be monitoring the youngster’s progress.Advertisement Report from Sport claiming Bayern Munich and AC Milan along with Sky Sports report of Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham’s interests proves that Victor Osimhen is a highly demanded striker and thus the French side want to wait until the summer to demand a higher fee. Jurgen Klopp has planned to bring the Nigerian to Anfield during the January transfer market but both Real Madrid and Barca, along with many others, have entered the race for the young prodigy. Read Also:Real Madrid raid Lille for Osimhen,two others Osimhen signed a 5-year contract with the French side and although it remains to be seen if they would entertain any January deals, they will surely demand a high fee for the youngster. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
“I was ordered re-assigned not in thename of public service but because of politics or because of the recentlyconcluded election or my affiliation to Mr. Romeo C.L. Manikan, my then boss atthe City Registrar’s Office,” read part of Esteral’s complaint-affidavit. According to Jungco, it had beenalmost a month since he last interacted with Esteral at city hall. Executive Assistant Rudiver Jungco Sr.said he could not recall having told Joe Mari Esteral, “Cooperate ka tani, pre…Buligi lang kami ma-pindown ang mga Manikan. Balik ka dayon sa mother unit mo. Balik man si misis mo.” However, he stressed he does not knowEsteral personally and had not talked to him. “Akonpanagupnop may tawo sa likod sini nga i-embarrasskami. Kami pa gani gina-harass kay te waay gid kami ka amo sina sa iya,”said Rico. He said he simply asked Esteral how hewas doing at the civil registry office. Sartorio, on the other hand, refusedto comment except to say he was saddened because of the “stereotyping” of thework at the Calajunan dumpsite./PN He also remembered telling Esteral, “Ti kon may nabal-an ka da nga kon ano mas better nga isugid mo ang tuod eh para indi ka naya maulamid.” According to Esteral his reassignmentwhich took effect on Aug. 20 was inconsistent with his mandated duties asBookbinder II. “Silingko kumusta ka da sa opisina mo? Daw joke-jokepa gani ang tono…siling ko kasikat na gidsang opisina niyo. Ano gakatabo da?” said Jungco. For his part, Rico said he merelyasked Esteral if the corruption allegations against the civil registry officewere true. He claimed it was Esteral who askedhim for help. Jungco wondered why Esteral complainedonly now. He believed there was somebody else behind the filing of thecomplaint. Iloilo City Hall. IAN PAUL CIRDERO/PN Esteralstated in his complaint that he learned about hisreassignment from Sartorio. Sartorio, he claimed, told him, “Jom, bal-an mo na gid na, Jom. Sa babaw na. Wala ko mahimo. Akig gid si Mayorkag si Melchor kay boss mo Johncee. Siguro damay ka lang di, pero kay boss mo gid sila akig kag sa ila grupo.” Jungco was one of seven city officialsEsteral complained before the Office of the Ombudsman for alleged grave coercion,grave misconduct, oppression, conduct prejudicial to the best interest of theservice, and unfair discrimination due to affiliation. Ampig,on the other hand, declined to comment but said it was within Esteral’s rightsto file a complaint. Treñas said, “Mahulat na lang ko ‘ya. Kon pasabton kita, ti masabat kita.” ILOILO City – Mayor Jerry Treñas’executive assistants and department heads denied coercing, oppressing orthreatening a regular city government employee who was reassigned to thedumpsite in Barangay Calajunan, Mandurriao district from the city registryoffice at city hall. “Indinga ako nagpatawag sa iya, siya nagpalapit sa akon. Nanawag ako sa iya konkamusta na siya sa Calajunan, hambal niya, ‘Sir, buligi ko bi.’ Nag-istorya kami. Namangkot ko kamusta sa localcivil registry office,” said Rico. The other respondents in Esteral’sOmbudsman complaint were Mayor Treñas, City Administrator Melchor Tan, CityGeneral Services Office head Joren Sartorio, City Legal Officer Edgardo Gil,Iloilo City Civil Registry assistant department head Cherry Ampig, and anotherTreñas executive assistant, Fernando Jose Rico.
Aurora, In. — The Indiana Department of Transportation will accept applications for snow plow truck drivers Tuesday, September 19 from noon to 5 p.m. at the subdistrict office in Aurora at 10995 Marsh Road.Applicants should have a valid driver’s license, resume and high school diploma or equivalent, a current medical examiner’s certificate and be prepared to take a drug screen.Successful applicants may choose full-time seasonal employment or on-call status. Full-timers will work 37.5 hours per week—plowing snow and working as a part of INDOT’s wintertime maintenance crew. On-call drivers will work only during snow/ice events—patrolling and plowing state highways and interstates in the area.Although seasonal employees do not receive state benefits, both full-time and on-call drivers are eligible for overtime pay.A state employment profile can be created in advance at www.in.gov/spd, or INDOT personnel at the job fair can provide assistance.
Former Super Eagles Captain, John Mikel Obi, featured for Stoke City in their pre-season friendly game with premier league new boys, Leeds United on Tuesday. Mikel was on for more than an hour in the game and was the catalyst in the Potters’ midfield before he was substituted. The Michael O’Neil’s boys won the game by three goals to nothing to make it back to back win in three days. Nathan Collins put Stoke City ahead in the 24th minute when he beat the goalkeeper with a low drive shit from inside the area.Advertisement Loading… In the second half, Tom Ince set up Lee Gregory for the second goal in the 52nd minute. read also:Former Chelsea star Mikel signs one-year deal with Stoke Ince who is the son of former England international, Paul lnce scored the third goal six minutes later. Mikel who also captained Stoke City in the game has now featured in two friendlies and scoring once. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtThe Best Cars Of All Time10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made10 Stargazing Locations To ‘Connect With Nature’8 Amazing Facts About Ancient EgyptEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid Armageddon9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Here Are The Top 10 Tiniest Mobile Phones On The Planet!
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2) Barcelona $3.16billion (£2.07billion) 3) Manchester United $3.10billion (£2.03billion) 4) Bayern Munich $2.35billion (£1.54billion) 5) Manchester City $1.38billion (£905million) 6) Chelsea $1.37billion (£898million) 7) Arsenal $1.31billion (£859million) 8) Liverpool $982million (£644million) 9) Juventus $837million (£549million) 10) AC Milan $775million (£508million) Real Madrid have retained their place as the most valuable football team in the world for a third straight year, but Manchester United could soon topple them. The reigning European champions’ value has dropped five per cent to $3.26billion (£2.13billion) this year, but their £746million (£489million) revenue is the highest of any sports team in the world. Rivals Barcelona are second in the 2015 list with a value of $3.16billion (£2.07billion), followed by Manchester United at $3.10billion (£2.03billion). Unlike the Spanish giants, however, the value of Louis van Gaal’s side has grown this year, with Forbes reporting a 10 per cent increase. No club are as adept at acquiring sponsorship as United, with US car giant Chevrolet’s kit sponsorship deal worth a reported £53million per season. Next term the coffers are to be boosted further after a mammoth £750million deal was struck with Adidas – a “global technical sponsorship and dual branded licensing deal” running for 10 years. United believe it is the biggest kit deal in sport and may well help them surpass Barcelona and Real Madrid, especially given the recent £5.136billion domestic television deal. The Old Trafford giants are one of eight Premier League sides in the top 20, with Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool amongst the top-eight most valuable clubs. Tottenham, Newcastle and West Ham complete the Premier League’s representation. Forbes’ top 10 most valuable teams of 2015: 1) Real Madrid $3.26billion (£2.13billion) Press Association
The 29-year-old has penned a three-year deal at the King Power Stadium and becomes the Foxes’ first signing of the summer. “I’m happy that I’ve signed for Leicester City,” he said. Leicester have signed Austria defender Christian Fuchs on a free transfer after his exit from Schalke. “It was always a goal for me to play in the Premier League, and I’m happy that this dream has come true. “Everybody watches the Premier League. I think it’s the best league in the world. Leicester City is a new experience and new challenge for me.” Fuchs has been capped 66 times by his country and made 99 league appearances for Schalke before moving to England. He made 35 appearances last season, including in the Champions League, and scored three times, one a stunning strike in Schalke’s 4-3 win over Real Madrid in the Bernabeu. Fuchs was also linked with a move to Swansea earlier this year but joins the Foxes after their dramatic escape from Barclays Premier League relegation at the end of the season. Press Association
“But then he came in and apologised to us later because I think it affected him. He liked to express himself, but to keep it controlled. “I was captain at the time – team captain initially and then he saw through me and eventually made me club captain and started to leave me out. I’d say I was getting old, but Martin will say I was getting rubbish. That was towards the end. “He was great to work under, treated you with respect as long as you treated him with respect as well. There was no problem that way, he’s a very good manager to work with.” However, for all the positivity surrounding O’Neill’s appointment in November 2013, the Scotland game could prove pivotal to the current campaign and in the longer term, to his future, and Boyd, who was speaking in Dublin at the launch of Ford’s exclusive ‘152’ Summer Sales Event, is not convinced the Ireland boss will get the result he craves this weekend. Asked for his prediction, he said with a smile: “Scotland will win 1-0 with a set-piece with 10 minutes left. “I think there is a renewed enthusiasm about the [Scotland] team and there is a pride back in the performances. It’s not just about getting the results, which is vitally important, it’s the way the team is trying to play football under Gordon. “When we had success when I was playing way back all those years ago, we were built on solidity, on not giving much away, winning 1-0 quite often. “This team is slightly different, they are more adventurous. They seem to be getting there, which is better to watch for the fans. It’s more entertaining. “It’s about trying to get the balance of getting to a championship eventually. But you do want to see attractive football. I think the way Gordon has gone about it, he is getting both – success and performances.” Press Association Tom Boyd is predicting a no-holds-barred battle of wits as Martin O’Neill and Gordon Strachan go head-to-head in Dublin on Saturday evening. He said: “They’re both winners and you can see that coming right through them. They’re enthusiastic about the game as well and have a real passion for their football. “Martin comes alive on match day, but Gordon is probably like that 24 hours a day – even at training, I hear. They think about the game very deeply, and are just so passionate about it. “There is an edge to it, especially with both being successful Celtic managers in the past as well. Managers like to get the better of their peers, so that will certainly be an element, the bragging rights that come with that in terms of managers. “They’ll be putting on a nice public face for the cameras, the two ex-Celtic managers and all that. But deep down, both want to win. Even if it is just for the bragging rights, they want to win. That doesn’t change, that comes from your will to win, your desire to win.” Former Scotland international Boyd will be hoping for a repeat of the Group D victory the Scots secured over their neighbours courtesy of Shaun Maloney’s lone strike in Glasgow in November last year. However, having served as captain in O’Neill’s 2001 Treble-winning Celtic team, he knows just how effective the 63-year-old can be in rallying his troops when they need it most. He said: “Whether or not it was the fact that he was a lawyer or not, I don’t know, but he can certainly command an audience of people and of players. He could keep control, a controlled aggression. “I did see him lose it after one game, when we lost 1-0 at Inverness after we’d beaten Liverpool. There were a few expletives after that game and I remember he lost it a little bit. The Republic of Ireland boss and his Scotland counterpart will be in opposing dug-outs at the Aviva Stadium having both occupied with some distinction the home bench at Celtic Park earlier in their managerial careers. However, while the three precious Euro 2016 qualification points at stake will be the main focus for both, former Bhoys skipper Boyd, who played with Strachan and for O’Neill, insists they will not be the only motivation for the pair.