At the congress fair “Conventa 2018”, which is being held in Ljubljana from January 23 to 25, Kongres magazine awarded Dubrovnik the “Meeting Star Award” in the category of destination that can accommodate up to 1200 participants.Gorazd Čad, editor-in-chief of Kongres magazine and co-founder of “Convente”, presented a great recognition and award to the director of the Tourist Board, Romani Vlašić, and pointed out that the interest in Dubrovnik is growing every year. They also point out that this year’s Conventa has hosted the largest number of buyers so far, especially from the United States, who have shown great interest in Dubrovnik, one of the leading international destinations in Southeast Europe.Prizes were awarded in four categories, and in addition to Dubrovnik, Vienna, Ljubljana and Kranjska gora received prizes in the other three categories.Kongres magazine is one of the leading media in the congress industry, and gathers and distributes knowledge related to the organization of meetings of the world’s best experts, and they predict that about 4.000 meetings will be held at the fair.
Wave energy developer Seatricity has set a timetable to remove all residual mooring equipment used for Oceanus 2 wave energy device testing at Wave Hub.The decommissioning operation is expected to last up to ten days to remove five clump weights and lower elements of the mooring lines from the seabed, as that is the only infrastructure left in relation to Oceanus 2 deployment.The moorings, consisting of five gravity anchors made of a single main reactive clump and four smaller clumps, were installed on May 31, 2014.The first Oceanus 2 installation followed less than a month later. After series of trials, the Oceanus 2 device was recovered to Falmouth on August 20, 2016, and was not deployed since.Whilst all efforts will be made to avoid diving, a dive team will also be on stand-by to support if required, according to Seatricity.To remind, Devon-based marine contractor Keynvor MorLift (KML) was hired last year to perform the decommissioning.KML will use the Severn Sea survey vessel, and Sarah Grey multicat vessel, to perform the retrieval with the assistance of the Ocean Enterprise support catamaran workboat.As reported earlier, Seatricity planned to continue the trials on the Oceanus 2 device in 2017, but due to delays with the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) grant funding, and the infrastructure decommissioning deadline, the testing of Oceanus 2 device at Wave Hub was discontinued.Wave Hub is a grid-connected site for testing wave energy converters located offshore Hayle on the north coast of Cornwall, at the eastern edge of the Atlantic Ocean.
latest tense The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion Wilf is back at Palace as it stands, whether he is truly injured. Who knows…#CPFC https://t.co/wlE37HRCjr— Michael (@M_CPFC) October 16, 2018 scrap Reports from African media suggest he left the squad on Sunday to return to London after picking up a slight knock on Saturday.It is understood Zaha has an issue with his abductor muscle – the injury that forced him off during Palace’s 2-0 defeat to Southampton in September.The forward did feature for the Elephants when they beat Central African Republic on Friday.The stats that show just how important Wilfried Zaha is to Crystal PalacePalace have not commented on the reports but there are some Eagles fans who are very concerned at the prospect of Zaha being on the sidelines. Below you can see some of the best tweets. Whys wilf not playing today? Please not an injury pretty please Not an injury #CPFC— Gav ❤️ 🦅💙 (@Ebenezergood) October 16, 2018 LATEST revealed Crystal Palace fans are sweating as star player Wilfried Zaha reportedly returned home early after picking up an injury while on international duty.Zaha, 25, was not involved in the Ivory Coast’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier – a goalless draw away to Central African Republic on Tuesday. Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions 1 Most Popular Football News Wilf injured. Hope its not serious. #CPFC https://t.co/lSVW4NH2mU— Chrissy Palace (@ChrissyPalace) October 16, 2018 Zaha in action for the Ivory Coast against Central African Republic on Friday Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos BEST OF Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT SORRY Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update gameday cracker