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Past Events

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Who wants a disaster?

SINGAPORE - Mapletree Business City | 10 November 2011 18:15 to 20:15
Event type: Talk

Seminar Room is located near the bus stop on first floor next to glass atrium above the Mapletree fountain. 6:15 pm-7.00pm Registration and refreshments 7:00pm - 8.15pm technical talk followed by questions & networking

Industry sector: Systems safety (SRG).

Learning from Maritime Tragedies – Making Progress through Adversity

SINGAPORE - National University of Singapore | 24 October 2011 18:15 to 20:15
Event type: Technical Lecture

Organised by The Joint Branch of the RINA and the IMarEST (Singapore) The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (Singapore) and Centre for Offshore Research & Engineering (CORE), NUS Held in Room EA-06-04, Faculty of Engineering 6.15 pm to 7.00 pm Registration & Refreshment Talk begins at 7.00 p.m. and ends at 8.15 p.m

Industry sector: Offshore engineering.

Securing Singapore's Energy Supply - LNG Terminal Project in Singapore

SINGAPORE - Raffles Room, Tanglin Club | 28 September 2011 18:30 to 21:30
Event type: Talk

The LNG industry is going through a period of unprecedented change with many countries moving towards increased use of natural gas to supply their power, industry and commerce market sectors. Singapore is no exception to this trend as it pursues the construction of Singapore’s first LNG import terminal that will provide the country with diversification and additional reliability of its growing energy needs. Situated on a 30 hectare plot on Jurong Island, the Singapore LNG terminal will be the

Industry sector: Coal / Oil / Gas.

Nuclear Propulsion in Merchant Shipping

SINGAPORE - National University of Singapore | 28 July 2011 18:15 to 21:30
Event type: Technical Lecture

After the disaster at Fukushima and the understandable public reaction, it is hard to imagine that anyone today would consider a future in merchant shipping based on nuclear propulsion. But it remains the fact that nuclear power is fundamentally green, safe and reliable. There have been hundreds of accidents involving nuclear powered vessels, including several that sank. But there has never been any radioactive leak from a nuclear vessel since the start of operations in the 1950s. The talk wil

Industry sector: Nuclear power.

Rolls Royce in Singapore and Seletar

SINGAPORE - Raffles Room, Tanglin Club | 27 July 2011 18:30 to 21:30
Event type: Talk

Rolls-Royce has grown its presence in Singapore considerably in recent years and the company is already a major player in Singapore’s aerospace industry, accounting for over 15 per cent of the country’s aerospace output. Through the company’s joint ventures with key local industry partner, Singapore Airlines Engineering Company and activities in the Energy and Marine sectors, Rolls-Royce currently employs over 1,400 people in Singapore. It also accounts for approximately five per cent of t

Industry sector: Aerospace Industries.
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