zoom Solvang has entered into a new fixed rate timecharter contract for the Clipper Sirius, a Panamax VLGC, for 2 years from January 1st 2015 and throughout 2016, with the addition of 1+1 optional year after 2016.Solvang’s ownership share in Clipper Sirius is 30%. The Panamax VLGCs have a favourable position in the market driven by export growth from the US Gulf.The company has reported for some time that the Panamax VLGCs are successfully utilizing their unique position by achieve higher freight rates compared to the VLGC market in general. solvang, March 31, 2014
If you’ve got a little Ella or Owen at home, you’re in good company. Those were the most popular names for babies born in Nova Scotia in 2010 according to the province’s Registry of Vital Statistics. There were 61 Ellas born in Nova Scotia last year. Hot on Ella’s heels were Olivia (60), Ava (59), Emma (53) and Lily (53). The top five boys’ names were Owen (77), Liam (76), Benjamin (73), Ethan (70), and Jacob (70). “Classic names have been popular with parents for the last several years,” said Michelle MacFarlane, deputy registrar general of vital statistics. “In fact, many of the names on the 2010 list were also on our list from 2001 — names like Emily, Sarah, Jacob and Liam.” There were 8,784 babies born in Nova Scotia in 2010, compared to 8,896 in 2009.