Watford don’t expect Brendan Rodgers to ring Leicester City changes

Next Reuters WatfordMarch 2, 2019UPDATED: March 2, 2019 18:20 IST Brendan Rodgers will not make wholesale changes to Leicester City team feels Watford coach Javi Gracia (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSBrendan join Leicester City following the sacking of Claude PuelRodgers ended a trophy-filled spell at Scottish champions CelticLeicester City will face Watford FC at Vicarage Road on SundayWatford coach Javi Gracia does not expect Leicester City to be drastically different under new manager Brendan Rodgers when the teams meet in the Premier League on Sunday.Rodgers ended a trophy-filled spell at Scottish champions Celtic to join Leicester on Tuesday following the sacking of Claude Puel, and Gracia believes the former Liverpool boss will not make wholesale changes for his first game in charge.”It’s true… we don’t know what they can do because there is a new manager and maybe they choose other players or another shape,” Gracia told a news conference.”But we know the players they have and I don’t think they will change a lot the players or the way they are playing.”Under Frenchman Puel, Leicester blended a counter-attacking approach with a fluid possession game but have struggled with inconsistency this season to sit 11th in the table with 35 points from 28 matches.They did, however, beat Brighton and Hove Albion 2-1 last time out.”I don’t know if it’s more difficult but it’s different,” Gracia said.”We don’t have the references we have with other coaches and other teams, but the most important thing is to be concentrated on ourselves and on our work.”Watford are eighth in the standings with 40 points.Also Read | Everyone knows I’d like to stay: Solskjaer hopes to remain Manchester United managerAlso Read | Liverpool’s Sadio Mane happy to stay central in Merseyside derby vs EvertonFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Tags :Follow Brendan RodgersFollow WatFord FCFollow Leicester CityFollow Javi Gracia Watford don’t expect Brendan Rodgers to ring Leicester City changesBrendan Rodgers ended a trophy-filled spell at Scottish champions Celtic to join Leicester on Tuesday following the sacking of Claude Pueladvertisement read more

Pertamina Orders Eight Tankers from Local Yards

first_imgzoom Indonesian oil and gas company PT Pertamina has ordered eight 17,500 DWT tankers from domestic yards for a total of USD 200 million.The three local shipbuilders in charge of constructing the ships will be PT Anggrek Hitam Shipyard which will be building two ships, and PT Daya Radar Utama and PT Multi Ocean Shipyard-three ships each.“We challenge domestic shipbuilding companies to build vessels with bigger capacity and of higher standards. The national shipbuilding companies must be able to build vessels that are allowed to sail worldwide,” said Vice President of Pertamina’s Corporate Communications, Wianda Pusponegoro.The local shipyards were employed as the country strives to boost its shipbuilding capacity and attain the capability of building 100,000 DWT ships as so far domestic shipyards have built vessels of smaller capacity.Until now, the biggest ship built for Pertamina by a local yard had a capacity of 30,000dwt and is MT Fastron, constructed by PT PAL.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

EIA revises down oilsands reserve drop by about a third after data

by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 13, 2017 3:38 pm MDT Last Updated Jun 13, 2017 at 4:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email CALGARY – The U.S. Energy Information Administration has revised down its estimate of how much oilsands reserves were taken off the books last year because of a data error.In an updated brief out Tuesday, the EIA reports that 67 U.S.-listed companies debooked about 4.9 billion barrels of reserves in the oilsands, down from the 7.7 billion it reported Monday.The EIA had included the 3.5 billion barrels of reserves debooked by Exxon Mobil, plus the roughly 2.8 billion barrels of reserves Imperial Oil (TSX:IMO) debooked, though Exxon had included Imperial’s numbers in its own reporting as a 70 per cent owner of the company.The writedowns came after the West Texas Intermediate oil price averaged US$43.44 per barrel in 2016, down 11 per cent from US$48.83 per barrel in 2015.U.S.-listed companies are required to use price averages for the past year in calculating reserves, while Canadian rules allow companies to use forward-looking prices. EIA revises down oilsands reserve drop by about a third after data error read more