Marine fuel supplier ScanOcean has signed an agreement with Finland-based oil refining company Neste to resell fuel on the East Coast of Sweden.Under the cooperation deal, ScanOcean would deliver Neste’s 0.1% marine fuel products to the region.Neste supplies from its terminal in Södertälje service nearby ports from Gävle in the north to Norrköping in the south and Lake Mälaren. Neste’s marine fuels are available at all Finnish ports and through ScanOcean cooperation now in the greater Stockholm area.“We are excited to increase our product offering and to further promote Neste’s unique marine fuels to the Swedish market by showing our clients the benefits of the DMB and RMB products compared to other marine fuels,” Jonatan Karlström, General manager at ScanOcean, said.
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Brookville, In. — Commissioners in Franklin County have adopted a three-year plan for spending Economic Development Income Tax Funds.A total of $225,000 or $75,000 per year will go to Economic Development Commission and $1.1 million per year will be dedicated to the Franklin County Highway Department.
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MORE: Irving acknowledges being short-temperedHayward scored more points Tuesday than he had in his first five games after the All-Star break combined (26). Boston was 1-4 in those games.Two of the points against the Warriors came on a fast-break dunk after a steal in the third quarter as the Celts were wrapping up the contest. Gordon Hayward had been playing like a bottom-of-the-rotation man prior to Tuesday. He looked like a Sixth Man of the Year against the Warriors.The Celtics forward delivered 30 points and seven rebounds in 27 minutes off the bench, helping to spur Boston to a 128-95 rout of Golden State in Oakland, Calif. The loss was the Warriors’ worst of the season. Hayward finished 12 for 16 from the floor against the reigning champs; in his five previous games, he was 8 for 26 from the field. “I understand it’s one game,” Hayward told reporters, per ESPN.com. “You are going to have ups and downs in the season. I’ll try to build off the things I did correctly tonight, and the next time you have a bad game, try to learn from that one.”He’ll try to keep the momentum going Wednesday when the Celtics play the Kings in Sacramento.Boston will need this Hayward during the final month-plus of the regular season and the NBA playoffs. The Celts are in a battle for home-court advantage in at least the first round; they’re fifth in the Eastern Conference, 2 1/2 games behind the fourth-place 76ers.