Global Partners Announces Series A Preferred Unit Distribution

Global Partners LP (NYSE: GLP) announced today that the Board of Directors of its general partner, Global GP LLC, has declared a quarterly cash distribution of $0.609375 per unit ($2.4375 per unit on an annualized basis) on the Partnership’s Series A preferred units for the period from November 15, 2019 through February 14, 2020. This distribution will be payable on February 18, 2020 to holders of record as of the opening of business on February 3, 2020. This press release is intended to be a qualified notice under Treasury Regulation Section 1.1446-4(b). Brokers and nominees should treat one hundred percent (100%) of GLP’s distributions to non-U.S. investors as being attributable to income that is effectively connected with a United States trade or business. Accordingly, GLP’s distributions to non-U.S. investors are subject to federal income tax withholding at the highest applicable effective tax rate. With approximately 1,550 locations primarily in the Northeast, Global Partners is one of the region’s largest independent owners, suppliers and operators of gasoline stations and convenience stores. Global also owns, controls or has access to one of the largest terminal networks...

Sifting through the 100,000 different towels on Amazon can, no doubt, be a little overwhelming. But,

Sifting through the 100,000 different towels on Amazon can, no doubt, be a little overwhelming. But, if you’re searching for the best towels on Amazon you first need to know what to look for. The secret to a great towel is threefold. It’ll come down to the material of the towel, its density, and how well it absorbs water. As far as materials go, the softest towels are generally made of rayon or cotton. Bonus: These fabrics are also less prone to lint or pilling with frequent use. But, if you’re looking for a quick-drying towel you’re better off opting for a microfiber towel. Microfiber is a style of fabric made of tiny fibers (1/100 of the width of a hair), that allow it to absorb more water and dry faster. Next, consider density. This may go without saying, but the denser the towel the more luxurious it will feel. While the density is labeled on most towels (in grams per square meter, or GSM), you can also calculate its density by dividing the weight of the towel by its full size. Look for towels with densities greater than 500 GSM for the best overall feel. One thing to note, however, is that though denser fabrics absorb a lot of water, they tend to tak...

Global Leaching Agitation Tank Market Business Analysis 2019 by CAGR, Share, Revenue and Prominent Key Players to 2025

In its recently added report by Dataintelo.com has provided unique insights about Leaching Agitation Tank Market for the given period. One of the main objectives of this report is to categorize the various dynamics of the market and to offer latest updates such as mergers and acquisitions, various technological developments, new entrants in the market, which make an impact on different segments. This Leaching Agitation Tank Market report is based on synthesis, analysis, and interpretation of information gathered regarding the target market from various sources. Our analysts have analyzed the information and data and gained insights using a mix of primary and secondary research efforts with the primary objective to provide a holistic view of the market. In addition, an in-house study has been made of the global economic conditions and other economic indicators and factors to assess their respective impact on the market historically, as well as the current impact in order to make informed forecasts about the scenarios in future. Request Exclusive Free Sample PDF Of This Report At https://dataintelo.com/request-sample/?reportId=1173 The Leaching Agitation Tank Market report is a tr...

This is the initial public offering of ordinary shares of Indonesia Energy Corporation Limited, a Cayman

This is the initial public offering of ordinary shares of Indonesia Energy Corporation Limited, a Cayman Islands exempted company with limited liability. Prior to this offering, there has been no public market for our ordinary shares. The initial public offering price is $11.00 per share. We are offering 1,363,637 ordinary shares on a firm commitment basis. No public market currently exists for our ordinary shares. Our ordinary shares have been approved for listing on the NYSE American under the symbol “INDO”. We are an “emerging growth company”, as that term is used in the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act of 2012, and will be subject to reduced public company reporting requirements. Investing in our ordinary shares is highly speculative and involves a significant degree of risk. See “Risk Factors” beginning on page 17 of this prospectus for a discussion of information that should be considered before making a decision to purchase our ordinary shares. Neither the Securities and Exchange Commission nor any state securities commission has approved or disapproved of these securities or passed upon the accuracy or adequacy of this prospectus. Any representation to the contrary i...

Next-generation probes, particles, and proteins for neural interfacing

Bidirectional interfacing with the nervous system enables neuroscience research, diagnosis, and therapy. This two-way communication allows us to monitor the state of the brain and its composite networks and cells as well as to influence them to treat disease or repair/restore sensory or motor function. To provide the most stable and effective interface, the tools of the trade must bridge the soft, ion-rich, and evolving nature of neural tissue with the largely rigid, static realm of microelectronics and medical instruments that allow for readout, analysis, and/or control. In this Review, we describe how the understanding of neural signaling and material-tissue interactions has fueled the expansion of the available tool set. New probe architectures and materials, nanoparticles, dyes, and designer genetically encoded proteins push the limits of recording and stimulation lifetime, localization, and specificity, blurring the boundary between living tissue and engineered tools. Understanding these approaches, their modality, and the role of cross-disciplinary development will support new neurotherapies and prostheses and provide neuroscientists and neurologists with unprecedented acc...

Cat Unveils Wide Array of New Products at Press Event

Caterpillar unveiled a wide range of 24 new products and services during a two-day year-end press briefing Nov. 14 and 15 at Edwards Demonstration and Learning Center, outside of Peoria, Ill. This was the highest number of unveilings Cat has ever made during one press event, nearly doubling its previous high of 14. Here is a roundup of all of the new equipment introductions, design refinements and technological services. The new Cat D6 dozer now comes with a choice of electric drive (D6 XE), the world’s first high drive electric drive dozer, or fully automatic 4-speed transmission power train (D6). A redesigned purpose-built VPAT dozer offers high performance grading, while updated technology features help operators to be more productive from first pass to finish grade. Profitability is enhanced with up to 35 percent better fuel efficiency and reduced service and maintenance costs. At 215 hp and an operating weight range of 47,949 to 53,126 lbs., the new D6 replaces the versatile D6T bulldozer. The Cat 120 motorgrader features an all new operator station with steering control option, enhanced rear visibility and improved HVAC performance, expanded technology offerings and ...

Heavy lifting! Thieves steal 15,000 pounds of pipe in Kentwood: sheriff | Crime/Police

Someone stole about 15,000 pounds of galvanized pipe from The Pipe Shop in Kentwood in northern Tangipahoa Parish in March, authorities said Monday, April 29, 2019. Someone stole about 15,000 pounds of galvanized pipe from The Pipe Shop in Kentwood in northern Tangipahoa Parish in March, authorities said Monday, April 29, 2019. Someone stole more than seven tons of galvanized pipe from The Pipe Shop on Louisiana 1054 in Kentwood between March 8 and 28, the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office said Monday (April 29). 50mm Galvanized Steel Pipe The culprit or culprits took a large bundle of oddly-shaped pipe that is 2.5 inches in outside diameter and 20 feet long, the Sheriff’s Office said in a news release. The pipe was attached to several small bundles, with a combined weight of about 15,000 pounds, it said. To pull off the heist, the thieves would have needed a large truck with a three-ton deck or a large truck and trailer, the Sheriff’s Office said. Authorities ask that anyone with information about suspicious activity in the area during the period March 8- 28 or information about the sale or purchase of galvanized pipe contact Lt. Blane Sanders of the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff...

by Ryan McDonald Pat Escalante, superintendent of the Hermosa Beach City School District, announced…

by Ryan McDonald Pat Escalante, superintendent of the Hermosa Beach City School District, announced… Following a week of solid surf, the South Bay was forecast to go flat on Saturday, the day scheduled for the Dive N’ Surf/South Bay Boardriders Contest at Torrance Beach. So the contest was pushed back a day, and held Sunday. The decision paid off.… Surfing Santa made a surprise appearance at the Jacks/South Bay Boardriders season opening contest in El Porto on Saturday, bringing with him a bag full of big waves. After watching Santa (Tracey Meistrell) throw spray like a snow making machine, delighted groms began calling him “Shreddin’ Santa.”… “Young McDonald Will Have a Farm,” by Robert Couturier: “As more disparate objects appeared on my worktable they began to connect in my mind, and pretty soon the theme appeared evident. They found their niche as a predictor of a familiar song.” “With no particular direction, nor philosophy, but definitely with tongue-in-cheek,” Couturier says, “I followed the inspiration instigated by the boxes themselves.” Couturier lives in Redondo Beach, a stone’s throw from Palos Verdes Estates and another stone’s throw from the beach...

Ask Hackaday: Does Your Car Need An Internet Killswitch?

Back in the good old days of carburetors and distributors, the game was all about busting door locks and hotwiring the ignition to boost a car. Technology rose up to combat this, you may remember the immobilizer systems that added a chip to the ignition key without which the vehicle could not be started. But alongside antitheft security advances, modern vehicles gained an array of electronic controls covering everything from the entertainment system to steering and brakes. Combine this with Bluetooth, WiFi, and cellular connectivity — it’s unlikely you can purchase a vehicle today without at least one of these built in — and the attack surface has grown far beyond the physical bounds of bumpers and crumple zones surrounding the driver. Cyberattackers can now compromise vehicles from the comfort of their own homes. This can range from the mundane, like reading location data from the navigation system to more nefarious exploits capable of putting motorists at risk. It raises the question — what can be done to protect these vehicles from unscrupulous types? How can we give the user ultimate control over who has access to the data network that snakes throughout their vehicle? One po...

September Machine tools roundup: Leading the race The Engineer

Machine tools, and the selection of the right ones for the job, underpin our manufactured world, from the glamour of F1 to the workaday business of… machine tool production. Mike Excell reports For some 20 weeks every year, Sunday is also Formula 1 day. Millions follow the races on television; the petrolheads may have some appreciation of the trackside and automotive technologies behind the speed and glamour, but possibly little appreciation of the manufacturing processes which underpin motorsport. There’s a reminder in the presence of the Haas brand on the grid, but machine tool technology is really a critical but unseen element of the infrastructure upon which all teams rely. The relationship between Yamazaki Mazak and McLaren Racing provides a good example. Mazak has been the team’s exclusive supplier of CNC machine tools for 19 years; chief operating officer Simon Roberts says that over 12 per cent of the car is produced on its Mazak machines. McLaren’s Technology Centre has now taken delivery of three more machines: two full 5-axis VARIAXIS i-600 Multi-Tasking machining centres, and a QUICK TURN 250MY turning centre, taking the machine tool inventory up to 36. This in-house...

The 2019 TCL 6-series of TVs offer a bright, colorful picture for a very reasonable price,

The 2019 TCL 6-series of TVs offer a bright, colorful picture for a very reasonable price, with lots of streaming options thanks to Roku TV. The TCL 6-Series was one of our favorite TV lines last year, offering incredible contrast and color for a very reasonable price. The 2019 6-Series TVs are even better, with brighter panels and wider color ranges than the 2018 models. And they’re even more affordable; the 55-inch 55R625 we tested is available for just $599.99. It would be a shoo-in for our Editors’ Choice among affordable TVs if it wasn’t for the Hisense H9 series, which offers a bit better contrast, color, and features than the 6-Series. They’re both excellent, though, and either one is worth your consideration. Like the 2018 6-Series, the latest models look expensive and premium, if not particularly sleek. From the front, the screen is framed by a bezel just a millimeter thick on the top and sides, flush with the panel. These bezels are the edges of 1.25-inch-wide brushed metal bands that run along the sides of the screen, giving it a fairly thick profile that widens out further to 3.5 inches to accommodate the black plastic enclosure that holds the...

Who will be in line for a Chris Boswell-like bounce back in 2020? – Behind the Steel Curtain clock menu more-arrow no yes Horizontal – White Follow Behind the Steel Curtain on Twitter Follow Behind the Steel Curtain on Facebook Search Horizontal – White Horizontal

The Pittsburgh Steelers 2019 season is officially over. After finishing the year 8-8, the Steelers, and their vast fan base, has another long offseason awaiting them. Just because the games are done doesn’t mean we stop providing you with features, commentary and opinions to tide you over throughout the offseason! Today in the black-and-gold links article we take a look at whether someone like Jordan Berry could be in line for a Chris Boswell-like bounce back season in 2020. The width between NFL goal posts is 18 feet, 6 inches. If that distance looked smaller than a parking space to Chris Boswell in 2018, it had to look wider than the Allegheny River last season. The biggest special teams question mark for the Pittsburgh Steelers heading into the year, Boswell put the ball through the uprights at a pace reminiscent of his first three NFL seasons, when he was one of the NFL’s top kickers. After missing five extra points in 2018, Boswell converted all 28 attempts last season. After connecting on 13 of 20 field goals the previous season, Boswell made 29 of 31 tries. His only misses came after a bobbled snap and a career-long 54-yard attempt. Boswell’s 115 points were the second-mo...

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