Epic Gas Ltd, March 4, 2014 zoom Epic Gas Ltd. has extended existing inward bareboat charters and entered into new inward bareboat charters for two 7,200cbm newbuildings.The extended charter contracts are for the following vessels:Cobrador, a 3,500cbm pressurised LPG carrier built at Kanrei in Japan in 2009, has been extended until 2022Cordova, a 3,500cbm pressurised LPG carrier built at Kanrei in Japan in 2009, has been extended until 2022Miyake, a 4,100cbm pressurised LPG carrier built at Higaki in Japan in 2001, has been extended until 2018Arran, a 4,100cbm pressurised LPG carrier built at Watanabe in Japan in 2000, has been extended until 2018Additionally, the company has entered into new inward bareboat charter contracts for two newbuildings:The first 7,200cbm pressurised LPG carrier, to be named Epic Bell, to be delivered March 2014 from Kyokuyo in Japan, has been chartered in until 2022The second 7,200cbm pressurised LPG carrier, to be named Epic Bird, to be delivered June 2014 from Kyokuyo in Japan, has been chartered in until 2022All six inward bareboat charters feature purchase options and fixed monthly charter rates throughout the term of the contract. My location Print Close 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站？确定
Provinces and territories will work together to trace and locate parents who are not paying court-ordered child support. Premier Stephen McNeil and B.C. Premier Christy Clark will work with justice ministers across Canada to explore ways of strengthening the maintenance enforcement system and to improve the rate of collection of payments awarded to families by the courts. “Parents have a duty to raise and support their children,” said Premier McNeil. “We all know that family breakup can be a sad reality, but the obligation to your children remains. And when the courts determine that one parent owes child support, they should be expected to pay it, regardless of where they live.” Premier McNeil asked his colleagues for their co-operation during Council of the Federation meetings which conclude today, July 17, in St. John’s, N.L. Information-sharing arrangements exist nationally, but it can still be challenging to locate someone who moves to another province or territory. Cases are more likely to be in arrears when the parent ordered to provide child support lives in a different province or territory than the parent caring for the child. Nova Scotia is also taking steps to improve the maintenance enforcement program provincially. The province’s 20-year-old program is under review, and the results and measures to improve the program will be released later this summer.