Print Previous articleArchitect – peopled streets draw people inNext articleHugh Campbell’s win Irish Artistic Team of the Year 2011 admin Facebook Advertisement A NINETEEN year-old has been refused bail and remanded in custody until later this week after a court heard he is charged with nine alleged breaches of road traffic offences.Thomas Whelan, with an address at Oakview Drive, Ballinacurra, was arrested at 7.55am on July 7 last after gardai found him on St Nessan’s Road, where they allegedly, found him tampering with a car.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Solicitor Darrach McCarthy, was assigned for the accused, and Judge Eamon O’Brien refused bail during a brief application hearing.The matter was adjourned until later this week to allow for directions from the DPP to cover all nine matters before the court. NewsLocal NewsCharged and remanded on road traffic offencesBy admin – July 12, 2011 591 Twitter Email WhatsApp Linkedin
Technology could lead to lower carbon emissions, offers a catalytic alternative to steam cracking Linde and Shell team up to commercialize lower-carbon technology for ethylene. (Credit: Linde) Linde GmbH and Shell today announce an exclusive collaboration agreement on ethane-oxidative dehydrogenation (E-ODH) technology for ethylene production. The catalytic process is an alternative route to ethane steam cracking, offering the potential of economic advantages, acetic acid co-production and significantly lower overall carbon footprint through electrification of power input.The two companies have been developing E-ODH independently for many years and this new collaboration brings together their complementary patent positions, expert know-how and common commitment to a lower-carbon future. The agreement will enable accelerated deployment of this novel technology across the wider chemicals sector, with Linde marketing to customers under the name EDHOX.“With the EDHOX™ process, we have not only developed a cost-efficient alternative but are also providing the petrochemical industry with a low-emission process”, said John van der Velden, Senior Vice President Global Sales & Technology at Linde Engineering.“ For decades, we have been actively developing technologies for more sustainability in this industry – from efficiency improvements to carbon management and new process routes. We are convinced that Linde´s EDHOX technology position will be strengthened by Shell´s intellectual property and know-how in this area.”Thomas Casparie, Executive Vice President of Shell’s global chemicals business, said: “Base chemicals are transformed into a range of finished products that help society live, work and respond to climate change. We look forward to our Shell in-house innovation going on to contribute to the collective reduction of carbon emissions from the manufacture of chemicals. It’s been great to work with Linde on this ambitious and creative combination of technology.” Source: Company Press Release
Digital auctioneers BidX1 held their first auction of 2019, selling a record £15.4 million worth of property, achieving a 79 per cent success rate from 50 lots sold.The highest price under the virtual hammer was for Lot 12, (pictured) a site in Surrey with planning permission for a part-new build, part-conversion to provide 8 units. The lot, which received 40 bids, sold for £1.4 million.Of the 64 lots that made up the catalogue, 28 (44 per cent) were located in London, showcasing a continued appetite in the capital amongst both vendors and buyers.Antony Schober, BidX1 Chief Operating Officer, says: “The continued ease of the digital auction model has meant bidders around the world are able to take part in the auction. We had one successful bidder purchase a lot on his mobile phone whilst he was skiing in the Alps. This shows how accessible and easy to use BidX1’s digital auction model is.“Although we are operating in a tough market, the appeal of digital auctions is proving compelling to buyers and sellers seeking transparency, speed and efficiency whilst receiving professional property expertise throughout the sales process.”Overall, the auction had 990 bids placed on the properties in the catalogue.Antony Schober auction Surrey digital auction DigX1 auctioneers May 20, 2019The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Auctions news » Digital property auction pioneer BidX1 sets £15.4m record previous nextAuctions newsDigital property auction pioneer BidX1 sets £15.4m recordResults from this year’s first auction by the company shows potential of online-only auctions in market.The Negotiator20th May 20190530 Views
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Travis E. Crouch, of Brookville, was born on February 11, 1983 in Oxford, Ohio, the son of Paul E. and Regina A. Brewer Crouch. He worked at Poindexter Excavating in Indianapolis as a union heavy equipment operator, and was a member of the Smyrna Missionary Baptist Church in New Trenton. Travis enjoyed racing radio control cars, was a Colts fan, and loved his pets and his family. On April 3, 2016, at the age of 33, he passed away at his residence. Memorial donations are requested to a charity of choice. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Travis Crouch Those surviving who will cherish Travis’ memory include his parents, Paul and Regina Crouch of Brookville; brothers, Kris (April) Crouch of Brookville, and Brian (Brittany Stegall) Crouch of Metamora; maternal grandmother, Wanda Brewer of Olympia, KY; special aunt, Gail Crooks of Olympia, KY; several aunts, uncles, 5 nephews, 2 nieces, and 1 great niece. He was preceded in death by grandparents, Chester and Nellie Crouch; grandfather, Shelby Brewer, and uncles, Tim and Terry Crouch. Friends may visit with the family on Thursday, April 7, 2016 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Services, officiated by Pastor Chuck McMahon, will be held at the funeral home on Friday at 11 a.m. Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery.