RES has signed an operations and maintenance (O&M) contract for Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult’s offshore met mast situated approximately three nautical miles off Blyth.RES will be delivering scheduled and unscheduled maintenance plus 24/7 remote operations for the structures, equipment and instrumentation systems. This will include all work on the mast together with project management, data management and provision of offshore logistics.The company will also support the installation and maintenance activities relevant to research and development projects developed by ORE Catapult and tested on the structures of the met mast.Filippo Di Salle, General Manager AO&M for RES Support Services, said: “By winning a competitive tender process we have demonstrated to our client that our experience and expertise in providing O&M services to the wider offshore wind industry matched with excellent health & safety track record and good value for money is very difficult to beat.”This contract follows a previous three year contract term where RES provided the support services to ORE Catapult to operate and maintain the Anemometer Hub.Graham Campbell, Head of Projects & Assets at ORE Catapult, said:“We look forward to continuing our relationship with RES going forward, ensuring that the operations and maintenance activities carried out at our met mast are of a consistently high standard.”
The 7th Grade St. Louis Lady Cards traveled to St. Nicholas and pulled out a win. The final score was 34-33 and was a nail biter the second half.Scoring for SLS were Megan Bauer with 23 pts, Teresa Wanstrath with 5pts, Ryanna Phillips with 4pts, and Megan Raab with 2pts. Nice job ladies.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Erin Trenkamp.
No. 19 women’s tennis could not hold on a 2-0 lead against No. 13 Stanford in the Pac-12 title match on Wednesday afternoon at the Ojai Valley Athletic Club, falling to the Cardinal 4-2 and losing for the first time in nine matches.USC (12-5, 7-1) won the doubles point to kick off play with a strong 6-1 victory by freshmen Jessica Failla and Rianna Valdes over Stanford’s 67th-ranked Krista Hardebeck and Caroline Lampl followed by a 6-3 win by the No. 7 duo of senior Giuliana Olmos and sophomore Gabby Smith over Stanford’s No. 5-ranked Taylor Davidson and Caroline Doyle.The Trojans jumped ahead by 2 points after junior Zoë Katz beat No. 82 Doyle to begin singles action. But Stanford (14-5, 9-1) stormed back to claim its first conference title since 2012 and 25th overall. No. 24 Olmos fell to Carol Zhao and No. 116 Madison Westby lost to No. 40 Taylor Davidson, both in two sets to even the score 2-2.On Court 4, Rianna Valdes forced a tiebreaker in the second set against Melissa Lord, but ultimately lost 7-5, 7-6 (1), giving Stanford a 3-2 advantage. Caroline Lampl clinched for the Cardinal, defeating freshman Jessica Failia in comeback fashion — 4-6, 6-1, 6-3 — for a 4-2 victory.The date of the Women of Troy’s next team competition will be decided on May 3 when the NCAA Team Championship bracket is announced. Action in Ojai will continue Thursday as the singles and doubles competitions in the Pac-12 Championships take place through Sunday.