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first_imgTGE Marine informed that in mid-January it has delivered the skid-mounted LNG fuel gas package units destined for the conversion of the first Qatari Q-max carrier to run on LNG or HFO.The conversion of the 266,000 cbm Rasheeda LNG carrier shall take place at the Nakilat Keppel Offshore & Marine facilities in Qatar and shall start in April this year.Factory acceptance test of the prefabricated modules took place in December last year in Germany and the units have been shipped on schedule, according to a statement by TGE Marine.TGE Marine’s CEO, Manfred Küver, said, “After a very intensive basic and detailed engineering phase we delivered the modules on schedule.”Küver added that the modules will be put in operation sometime in the second quarter of this year.After the gas trials, the Rasheeda will be the first LNG carrier working on a converted MAN ME-GI engine.[mappress mapid=”16674″]last_img read more

first_imgBangunan stasiun ini merupakan peninggalan masa Hindia Belanda yang diperkirakan pembangunannya bersamaan dengan jalur kereta dari Pasuruan-Probolinggo-Klakah. Stasiun Probolinggo dibangun oleh perusahaan milik pemerintah Hindia Belanda yakni Staatsspoorwegen (SS), dari tahun 1884 hingga tahun 1895.Jalur tersebut merupakan bagian dari proyek jalur kereta api di Jawa untuk line menuju bagian timur (oosterlijnen) sepanjang 74 km. Pengerjaannya dimulai dari Pasuruan menuju Probolinggo dan selesai pada tahun 1884, sepuluh tahun kemudian baru dilanjutkan pengerjaannya dari Probolinggo menuju Klakah. Dulu, di sebelah timur Stasiun Probolinggo terdapat stasiun kecil, yaitu Stasiun Jati, dan diteruskan ke Kraksaan.Jalur ini dikerjakan pada tahun 1897. Kemudian dari Kraksaan bercabang ke Stasiun Kalibuntu dan ke Stasiun Paiton melewati Jabung yang selesai dikerjakan pada tahun 1898. Untuk jalur dari Probolinggo-Jati-Gending-Kraksaan yang diteruskan ke Kalibuntu maupun ke Paiton dikerjakan oleh Probolinggo Stroomtram Maatschappij (PbSM).Tapi jalur tersebut sekarang ini sudah tidak aktif lagi. PbSM sendiri sempat mengoperasikan trem uap di Kabupaten Probolinggo dan menggunakan jalur di Stasiun Probolinggo. Disinilah tempat lokomotif-lokomotif uap milik PbSM dirawat, karena diponya memang terletak satu kompleks dengan Stasiun Jati. Kraksaan–Kalibuntu hanya dijadikan sebagai lintas cabang pendukung Pelabuhan Kalibuntu. Jalur kereta api Probolinggo–Paiton mulanya dari Pelabuhan Tanjung Tembaga Probolinggo lalu sejajar dengan jalur SS di petak Probolinggo–Jati.Pada masa pemeritahan Hindia Belanda, Stasiun Probolinggo menjadi focal point di kota tersebut sebab terletak di akhir jalan sebelah utara dari sumbu kota tersebut. Karena menjadi kota pelabuhan, Stasiun Probolinggo juga berhubungan langsung dengan pelabuhan. Apalagi letak pelabuhannya berada di belakang stasiun dan tidak mengganggu.Baca juga: Kisah Stasiun Pulau Air, Saksi Bisu Kebangkitan Perkeretaapian di Sumatera BaratStasiun kelas 1 ini memiliki enam jalur dan kini hanya tinggal empat yang tersisa di mapa jalur 1 dan 2 merupakan sepur lurus dan lainnya persilangan. Termasuk golongan stasiun besar, Stasiun Probolinggo sendiri memiliki banyak aktivitas dalam menaikkan maupun menurunkan penumpang di stasiun ini.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related”Banyuwangi Baru,” Stasiun di Paling Ujung Timur Pulau Jawa20/04/2018In “Darat”Stasiun Labuan, Pernah Jadi Stasiun di Paling Ujung Barat Pulau Jawa30/01/2019In “Darat”Stasiun Ngrombo, Sederhana dengan Dua Bangunan dan Dekat Stasiun Gambringan28/07/2020In “Darat” (Kekunaan) Berada di antara Stasiun Surabaya Gubeng dan Banyuwangi, Stasiun Probolinggo melayani kereta api kelas ekonomi dan bisnis. Berada dalam naungan Daerah Operasional (Daop) IX Jember, stasiun ini berada di ketinggian +5 meter diatas permukaan laut.Baca juga: Stasiun Sukacinta, Menjadi Besar Karena Tambang Batu Bara di DekatnyaDirangkum KabarPenumpang.com dari berbagai laman sumber, Stasiun Probolinggo merupakan stasiun kelas 1 yang dioperasikan PT Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI). Stasiun tersebut diresmikan pada 3 Maret 1884 silam, terletak di Jalan K.H. Mas Mansyur No. 26, Kelurahan Mayangan, Kecamatan Mayangan, Kota Probolinggo, Provinsi Jawa Timur. Mudah dijangkau, stasiun tersebut berada di depan alun-alun Probolinggo.last_img read more

first_img 26,192 Quote Forums Home Gothamite Posted July 17, 2019 Link to post Prev Quote I don’t think that word means what you think it means By buzzcut, July 16, 2019 in Sports Logo News Bowski 3,260 BeachperroAZ Favourite Logos:Minnesota Twins(New), Dallas Mavericks, Arizona Cardinals, Arizona Coyotes, Seattle Sounders, Geelong Cats, Concordia Golden Bears 3 2,302 Location:City of Champions and the Pirates 1 Sign in to follow this   272 And in both of those situations it’s still :censored:ty for the company to do it. Each major sport only has one viable major league, it’s essentially a monopoly with stronger brand loyalty than most products could ever dream. Exploiting that by continuing to chip away at these things sucks, even though it feels inevitable. The slow rate at which they introduce this :censored: (until eventually it’s a major part of branding in American sports like it is in soccer) means the fans definitely won’t do anything. Link to post Quote Members 4 hours ago, Bowski said: Share this post 17,997 Next Posted July 16, 2019 Posted July 17, 2019 Bowski Followers 1 Quote 1,323 Share on other sites I would love to dance on the NFL’s grave.  But no, they’re not really struggling.   5 Quote 1 Posted July 17, 2019 Members Share on other sites 3 I apologize for any decorum SportsLogos.Net 8 hours ago, BringBackTheVet said: Initialisms Suck Given the tone of the article, it seems inevitable. Join the conversation jfc × Quote beachperroAZ Link to post A drop in attendance does not mean “struggling” when the business model has shifted away from tickets sold.  Link to post 1 50 minutes ago, Gothamite said: 1 8,685 Gothamite ^Kinda like when people complain about companies, then still buy their product lol beachperroAZ 17 minutes ago, -Akronite- said: 851 posts Page 1 of 3   Members Quote 2 I don’t think you realize how short of a span 20 years is. There is no evidence to support your prophecy. Are teams folding? No. The teams safeguarded themselves against attendance with television contracts. That’s why ticket and concession prices haven’t dropped. The teams will make money if you come, but if you decide to stay home they’re fine with that too.  Yeah, not really.  Quote 557 Dynasty Posted July 16, 2019 beachperroAZ Share this post I think its the latter though, because of the sports worship here in the US, people will complain only to quietly sit back down in the seats to watch *insert team* Share this post 1 Posted July 17, 2019 1,311 Share on other sites 2 Share on other sites https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2019/07/15/nfl-nba-nhl-mlb-sports-teams-running-out-of-fans/39667999/ Location:Illinois 22,644 0 0 Sports on TV might be doing good for now but who knows in 10-20 years if fans will begin to tune out of watching sports on TV too.  If that happens the leagues are in a lot of trouble.  The RSNs that MLB, NBA and NHL depend on would be the hardest hit especially since people are cutting the cord like no other.   Bowski Members Share on other sites Sports Logo News Doesn’t mean it doesn’t eat ass. Jersey Ads 1 hour ago, Brandon9485 said: Link to post Posted July 17, 2019 17,997 Followers 1 21 hours ago, Quillz said: Share this post Sec19Row53 I mean, I don’t believe that the monopolies will hold up for more than 20 more years, the league’s are struggling….except the NHL & MLS……and that’s why they’re all doing blatantly greedy things to keep a solid profit margin. Low attendance is has to be really hurting the MLB & NBA as far as the numbers I’ve seen.  3 Members Share on other sites 318 BC985 Posted July 16, 2019 If the ads were in team colors and at a minimal size like some of the NBA teams have, I could live with that. I just don’t want them to be the first thing I look at or think of when viewing a team’s uniform…. Although I would assume that’s what the corporate company would want anyway. 5 the admiral Share this post 1,311 buzzcut 1 Submit Reply Posted July 16, 2019 Share this post Share on other sites 1,323 Quote Location:Old Pueblo Location:Fort Wayne, Indiana Given the tone of the article, it seems inevitable. 2 hours ago, Bowski said: Link to post Quote 4,155 I think its the latter though, because of the sports worship here in the US, people will complain only to quietly sit back down in the seats to watch *insert team* ^Kinda like when people complain about companies, then still buy their product lol If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. 65 Doesn’t mean it doesn’t eat ass. Reply to this topic Dynasty The Cubs are the team to watch for the Sports Television Bubble: they just pulled out of a deal with Comcast to start a new channel with Sinclair. It won’t have any other properties but the Cubs. The predominant cable carrier in Chicagoland is Comcast. This can’t possibly go wrong. BC985 Link to post Members Insert image from URL Jersey Ads to MLB Speculation I could see a scenario where the RSN’s will have to let people buy a streaming service for that particular RSN or they might have to rely more heavily on the streaming services that each league has; for example end blackouts on those streaming platforms for the home team.  For example; someone that lives in Yuma,AZ that has mlb.tv wont get blacked out of seeing Dback games live on the service.   Share this post Link to post I would love to dance on the NFL’s grave.  But no, they’re not really struggling.   ×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor 100% agree. I think there is a sports television “bubble” where teams have signed billion dollar deals and are counting on that revenue. I think with cord cutting that could easily collapse.  Quote Gothamite 53,283 posts Share this post 75 posts ×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead Posted July 16, 2019 Favourite Logos:Notre Dame, Navy, St Louis Blues, St Louis Cardinals, Sporting KC, Detroit Pistons, Detroit Lions, Kansas City Royals Quote Link to post 4,578 posts 28,545 posts Posted July 16, 2019 Bowski 318 They already have since 2000 for the regular season games in Japan SBJ/SBD discussed the topic in further detail on their First Look podcast which dropped on Monday Sec19Row53 Share this post Members Link to post Favourite Logos:Chief Wahoo (get over it!), Naranjeros logo, 84 Cubs logo, Dback Snakehead, Kachina logo, Swinging friar Padres, Bears face logo. Old Dolphins logo. 1,311 65 Quote BBTV You know what they say… Members BBTV 75 posts 4,155 Share on other sites Posted July 17, 2019 Favourite Logos:Angels, Bills, Blue Jays, Chargers, Dodgers, Kings, Lakers, Lions, Panthers, Rams, Tiger-Cats And in both of those situations it’s still :censored:ty for the company to do it. Each major sport only has one viable major league, it’s essentially a monopoly with stronger brand loyalty than most products could ever dream. Exploiting that by continuing to chip away at these things sucks, even though it feels inevitable. The slow rate at which they introduce this (until eventually it’s a major part of branding in American sports like it is in soccer) means the fans definitely won’t do anything. 4 hours ago, Bowski said: I mean, I don’t believe that the monopolies will hold up for more than 20 more years, the league’s are struggling….except the NHL & MLS……and that’s why they’re all doing blatantly greedy things to keep a solid profit margin. Low attendance is has to be really hurting the MLB & NBA as far as the numbers I’ve seen.  Link to post 22,644 I think the television contracts are the biggest driver behind uniform ads. Basically every game can be viewed on a screen of some type. That’s access to a lot of potential customers. Leagues know this and are cashing in. Has nothing to do with going to games, but rather watching them.  Next Forums Home Gothamite 22,644 WSU151 BC985 Bowski Share on other sites Members 65 BeachperroAZcenter_img 2 hours ago, Bowski said: I mean, I don’t believe that the monopolies will hold up for more than 20 more years, the league’s are struggling….except the NHL & MLS……and that’s why they’re all doing blatantly greedy things to keep a solid profit margin.  22,644 1,311 I don’t think that word means what you think it means Quote People out there turning footballs into gold Share on other sites BC985 Share this post Location:Oconomowoc, WI It’s just a matter of time before MLB has ads on their jerseys. It’s not if, it’s when. Share this post 6 Members 963 posts Yeah, not really.  Share on other sites Share this post -Akronite- 1,311 The complaint department is closed. 2 Jersey Ads to MLB Speculation Share this post 2,302 Quote 1,355 272 Posted July 17, 2019 Posted July 17, 2019 BC985 26,192 Sign in to follow this   1,311 You can post now and register later. Favourite Logos:Notre Dame, Navy, St Louis Blues, St Louis Cardinals, Sporting KC, Detroit Pistons, Detroit Lions, Kansas City Royals Sports Logo News Bowski Share this post Favourite Logos:Chief Wahoo (get over it!), Naranjeros logo, 84 Cubs logo, Dback Snakehead, Kachina logo, Swinging friar Padres, Bears face logo. Old Dolphins logo. 1,355 65 “VWS&E estimated that the ideal exposure would be afforded by affixing an ad patch to the chest of a baseball jersey” 1,311 Quote Quote 65 100% agree. I think there is a sports television “bubble” where teams have signed billion dollar deals and are counting on that revenue. I think with cord cutting that could easily collapse.  Share this post 237 posts Location:Illinois Bowski Is the problem the leagues that want to make the money, or the people that will continue to pay them money no matter what they do or who they employ? 53,283 posts 3,260 272 Share on other sites 17,997 557 3,203 posts Share this post 851 posts Quillz Link to post Is the problem the leagues that want to make the money, or the people that will continue to pay them money no matter what they do or who they employ? Share this post 4,155 dfwabel I mean, I don’t believe that the monopolies will hold up for more than 20 more years, the league’s are struggling….except the NHL & MLS……and that’s why they’re all doing blatantly greedy things to keep a solid profit margin. Low attendance is has to be really hurting the MLB & NBA as far as the numbers I’ve seen.  five boroughs, one City. Bowski Banned 3 Share on other sites 318 Posted July 17, 2019 Desktop Tablet Phone Link to post Members Quillz 17,487 posts Location:DC area Share this post 8,685 Location:Maplewood, MN 2,302 Prev Members Really thought the mlb would be the last holdout of the big 4. This crap will probably take places of nice arm patches first. I can’t believe the greed from these sports with the amount of cash they make on tickets, parking, concessions, tv deals, ppv deals like on directv, their own networks, commercials, stadium names, wall-court-ice advertising, special moment advertising like a Rolaids pitching change, a specific sports cooler, heck I could keep going…but we better whore out the last thing, the jersey. Can’t wait til they start replacing the little behind the mound logo with a Pepsi ball. -Akronite- Members Quote buzzcut 1 4,331 posts Sports Logos Link to post 0 1,311 25 minutes ago, Sec19Row53 said: hormone Favourite Logos:Notre Dame, Navy, St Louis Blues, St Louis Cardinals, Sporting KC, Detroit Pistons, Detroit Lions, Kansas City Royals ×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL. 26,192 318 Jersey Ads Share this post 318 Location:Fort Wayne, Indiana I don’t think you realize how short of a span 20 years is. There is no evidence to support your prophecy. Are teams folding? No. The teams safeguarded themselves against attendance with television contracts. That’s why ticket and concession prices haven’t dropped. The teams will make money if you come, but if you decide to stay home they’re fine with that too.  Posted July 16, 2019 Sports on TV might be doing good for now but who knows in 10-20 years if fans will begin to tune out of watching sports on TV too.  If that happens the leagues are in a lot of trouble.  The RSNs that MLB, NBA and NHL depend on would be the hardest hit especially since people are cutting the cord like no other.   Posted July 16, 2019 WSU151 Lovely. Now do one for the leagues’ total revenues. Link to post Share on other sites 0 Share on other sites Reply to this topic… Share on other sites Honestly, something I could see in 20 years are teams named after brands. The Pistons were originally the Zollner Pistons after the owner’s company when they were in Fort Wayne. MLS has the New York Red Bulls, but that happens to be a brand that sounds like a sports team. I think it goes sorta unnoticed. Imagine a day where the New York Yankees are playing the Tesla Roadsters. I don’t think it’s that crazy.  1,311 Link to post Share on other sites 8 minutes ago, Brandon9485 said: 2 1,355 Link to post 10 minutes ago, Dodgeryaqui8016 said: Location:Los Angeles, CA ×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead five boroughs, one City. Share on other sites Location:Fort Wayne, Indiana It’s just a matter of time before MLB has ads on their jerseys. It’s not if, it’s when. Page 1 of 3   2,233 posts dfwabel Members 11 237 posts Location:Old Pueblo Share on other sites 2 65 Bowski Posted July 17, 2019 75 posts   Only 75 emoji are allowed. 22,644 Link to post Members Quote Members the admiral 3,260 65 Members All Activity 57,915 posts Favourite Logos:North Stars SportsLogos.Net 8,685 Members 11 minutes ago, buzzcut said: hormone Link to post Share this post 0 Members Location:Illinois Lack of parity and greedy owners is catching up with them 1,323 beachperroAZ 22,644 318 Link to post Posted July 17, 2019 Share on other sites Go To Topic Listing Quote Posted July 17, 2019 557 1 851 posts BC985 Recommended Posts 65 65 2,894 posts I think the television contracts are the biggest driver behind uniform ads. Basically every game can be viewed on a screen of some type. That’s access to a lot of potential customers. Leagues know this and are cashing in. Has nothing to do with going to games, but rather watching them.  You need data to know what everyone thinks 46,550 posts All Activity Sports Logos Location:Right over there Jersey Ads to MLB Speculationlast_img read more