Star Files FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross) 1.The Book of Mormon ($1,549,715) 2. Wicked ($1,539,830) 3. The Lion King ($1,474,205) 4. Kinky Boots ($1,215,435) 5. Motown The Musical ($1,036,817) UNDERDOGS (By Gross) 5. Machinal ($300,119) 4. Rock of Ages ($299,584) 3. Mothers and Sons ($211,660)* 2. Les Miserables ($180,871)** 1. Bronx Bombers ($169,730) FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity) 1.The Book of Mormon (102.40%) = 3. Les Miserables (100.00%) ** = 3. Aladdin (100.00%) *** 4. The Lion King (98.93%) 5. Wicked (98.79%) Aladdin and Les Miz both began previews on Broadway this week and turns out everyone wanted to see a carpet fly and how Ramin Karimloo would do on his Main Stem debut—both shows played to 100% capacity. Meanwhile Rebecca Hall made her final Main Stem bow in Machinal over at the American Airlines Theatre, as did those Bronx Bombers, who have been underdogs since opening on February 6 and have now made way for Audra. And after a few weeks away from the top spot, The Book of Mormon was back as the highest grossing show on the Great White Way. Rebecca Hall View Comments Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending March 2: UNDERDOGS (By Capacity) 5. Once (66.12%) 4. Chicago (65.28%) 3. Mothers and Sons (64.09%) * 2. Jersey Boys (61.92%) 1. All The Way (61.79) **** * Number based on 8 preview performances ** Number based on 1 preview performance *** Number based on 3 preview performances **** Number based on 8 preview performances Ramin Karimloo
Dealer.com,Mark Bonfigli, CEO and Founder of Dealer.com, Burlington, has been named the U.S. Small Business Administration s (SBA) 2009 Vermont Small Business Person of the Year. Bonfigli was selected for outstanding leadership related to his company s staying power, employee growth, increase in sales, innovation and contributions to the community. Bonfigli s company, Dealer.com, is a leading provider of online marketing solutions to the automotive industry. Dealer.com offers award-winning website design incorporating dynamic video, user-friendly management tools, search engine advertising and metrics and web analytics. Dealer.com s suite of online marketing solutions creates a 360 degree view of auto dealers online and traditional marketing investments and results. Dealers can easily track spending and determine which activities lead to the highest return on investment, allowing them to streamline advertising and marketing efforts to increase sales. Firmly committed to helping improve the community by giving back, Dealer.com supports local charitable events and holds regular fund raisers to benefit local charities. In an innovative partnership with the state of Vermont and VT HITEC (Health Care and Information Technology Education Center), the company provided job training to local Vermonters and overcame the difficulty of finding highly skilled IT workers in the area. Bonfigli attributes the company s success to employee creativity and hard work, under his guidance, and Dealer.com provides over 200 full-time employees with high wage jobs, training and the potential for career growth. Dealer.com permits employees to work flexible schedules and provides numerous seminars and workshops related to career growth, personal financial planning, nutrition and other topics. The company recently opened the doors to its new 60,000 sq. ft. headquarters featuring a state-of-the-art health club, indoor basketball court, indoor tennis court, indoor track and an organic foods cafÃ©. The building is LEED certified, meaning it is environmentally responsible, and incorporates solar panels and natural light to help limit carbon emissions. Matt Cota, Executive DirectorVermont Fuel Dealers Association, MontpelierFinancial Services Champion The Burlington Small Business Award celebration will also honor the following winners of the 2009 Vermont Small Business Champion Awards: Dealer.com employees drive our success and are the heart of the business, commented Bonfigli. The company would not be so successful without the many talented and hard-working people dedicated to offering our clients the best service and technology. I am honored by the award and share it with everyone who is part of the Dealer.com team. Major Randall K. Gates, State Family Program DirectorVermont National GuardVeterans Small Business Champion As Vermont s Small Business Person of the Year, Mark Bonfigli will compete for the national title at National Small Business Week ceremonies in Washington, D.C., May 17-22. Mr. Bonfigli will be locally honored by the U.S. Small Business Administration on June 10th at a ceremony presented by Vermont Business Magazine, Waterfront Park, Burlington. Jim Sault, General ManagerPorter Music Box, RandolphSmall Business Exporter of the Year Gail Wheel, President & OwnerWheel House Designs, Inc., Hyde ParkMicroenterprise Success Tara Lynn Scheidet, OwnerTara Lynn Studio, SuttonSBA Young Entrepreneur of the Year Steven Paddock, Assistant Director, AgribusinessVermont Small Business Development Center, MiddleburyHome-Based Business Champion Bonfigli has more than 20 years of marketing and sales experience in the auto industry, including 10 years as the co-founder of EARTHCARS, Inc., a New England-based automotive retailer. Bonfigli was named as a Finalist in the 2007 and 2008 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in the New England Region and his company has received numerous recognitions including the Deloitte & Touche Tech Fast 50, the Deloitte Technology Fast 500, the Inc 5000 fastest-growing companies in the U.S., and several automotive industry awards for being the leading Internet marketing solution for auto dealers. John Vincent, OwnerVincent s Drug & Variety Store, WaterburyJeffrey Butland Family-Owned Small Business Bonfigli founded Dealer.com in 1998 to offer automotive dealers a best in class solution for their Internet marketing needs. At the time, the Internet auto market was dominated by two large companies, but Bonfigli persisted. Despite difficult times in the automotive industry, 2008 saw the highest annual revenue increase in the company s eleven-year history, for a five-year growth rate total of 1,225 %. According to Bonfigli, more of the top 150 largest dealer groups in North America use Dealer.com Internet marketing services than those of any other provider. Mary Peabody, Community Development SpecialistUniversity of Vermont Extension, BerlinWomen in Business Champion
Jadestone Energy’s environmental plan to drill the development well H6 in permit area AC/L7 in the Montara field is now under assessment with the Australian authorities.Location map – Activity: WHP and Subsea Fields ACL7 ACL8 Drilling Program 2020The development well Skua-12 in permit area AC/L8 in the Skua field, and workovers of H3 and Skua-10 within permit AC/L7 and AC/L8, are included in the drilling program as contingencies, Australian regulator NOPSEMA said.The Montara field lies approximately 690 km (373 nautical miles) west of Darwin in a water depth of approximately 80 m (LAT), 621 km (334 nautical miles) NNE of Broome and 147 km (79 nautical miles) from Ashmore Reef in Commonwealth waters of the Timor Sea.The drilling and workover activities are scheduled to start during 2Q of 2020 and are likely to last for a period of approximately 150 days in total, however timings are subject to weather, drilling vessel availability, and operational efficiency. Therefore, this EP validity period is from June 2020 to June 2021.The workover plans for H3 and Skua-10, and well designs for H6 and Skua-12 will be finalized in the Well Operations Management Plans (WOMP), which are to be accepted by NOPSEMA prior to the beginning of drilling. The H3 and SKUA 10 workover is estimated to take 20 days each, drilling of the Montara H6 well is estimated to take 80 days and drilling of SKUA 12 is estimated to take 50 days.The MODU will be a ‘jack-up’ drilling MODU towed to the drilling sites by two or three support vessels. The Skua-12 site is an undisturbed site approximately 20 km from the Montara WHP and the Skua-10 site is an existing well, while the H6 development well and H3 workover will be undertaken when the MODU is positioned alongside the Montara WHP. The MODU will cantilever the drill floor over the WHP to allow positioning the MODU’s drill centre over the H6 and H3 slots.Support for the drilling activities will be provided by three support vessels which will operate out of Darwin. Support vessels will supply equipment, bulk chemicals, liquid drilling fluids, diesel fuels etc. to the drilling MODU. Each vessel will have approximately 10–20 POB and MARPOL compliant sewage and bilge systems.Helicopter support will be provided by Babcock and will be based at Mungalalu–Truscott air base to support the MODU.Spotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product, or technology on Offshore Energy Today, please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.
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