ATHENS (AP) — Panathinaikos moved up to minus three points after winning its Greek league season-opener 1-0 at Xanthi on Sunday.Financially troubled Panathinaikos started the season with minus six points due to money owed to players.Yiannis Bouzoukis scored with a long-range effort in the 69th minute, following a half-hearted clearance by Xanthi goalkeeper Zivko Zivkovic.Olympiakos also started with a 1-0 win, at home against Levadiakos, thanks to a 62nd-minute free kick by veteran Lazaros Christodoulopoulos, a new signing from last season’s champion AEK Athens.Also Sunday, OFI Crete drew 2-2 at Panionios.On Saturday, AEK beat Giannena 2-0 and last season’s runner-up PAOK beat Asteras 1-0.Lamia hosts Aris on Monday.TweetPinShare0 Shares
South Korean Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) has lost the contract for up to seven floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs) from US-based Excelerate Energy.Following a Letter of Intent (LOI), which the parties signed in February 2017, the shipbuilder informed that the deal expired on May 8 without any contracts being agreed.The potential shipbuilding order was for 173,400 m3 capacity units with a baseload send-out capacity of 1 Bcf/d.Excelerate earlier said that the agreement was to provide the company with the ability “to respond to increasing market demand for natural gas”.Image Courtesy: Excelerate Energy
Between his performances at the Funny Bone in Virginia Beach last weekend, Saturday Night Live alum Kevin Nealon hit the parking lot of PETA’s Norfolk headquarters, posing for photos, cracking jokes, and greeting families who brought dogs and cats to the group’s “SNIPmobile” clinic, which offers low- to no-cost sterilization and other veterinary services.Kevin Nealon At PETA’s Spay and Neuter ClinicCredit/Copyright: PETA“Nobody would trust me to neuter their dog, and nobody should — so it’s a good thing that PETA’s got veterinarians to do it,” says Nealon. “It’s not rocket science: Every homeless puppy and kitten was born to parents who weren’t spayed or neutered. I’m proud to support PETA’s work to prevent animal homelessness.”“Kevin is always willing to lend a hand to help animals, and that includes taking time out to spread the word that a ‘snip’ in time saves nine—or 9,000,” says PETA Vice President Daphna Nachminovitch. “The way to fix the homeless animal overpopulation crisis is by ‘fixing’ dogs and cats, and PETA’s SNIP clinics do the job.”Six to 8 million homeless dogs and cats end up in animal shelters every year, and half of them must be euthanized because there simply aren’t enough good homes for them. Others never make it to a safe haven and are abandoned to fend for themselves on the streets. The only effective, long-term solution is spaying and neutering—and PETA’s mobile clinics have “fixed” nearly 94,000 animals in just the last decade.For more photos from the event, click here.