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Past Events

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Our Way to Safety

SINGAPORE - National University of Singapore | 24 March 2011 18:30 to 20:00
Event type: Technical Lecture

CLP experienced unprecedented growth in their business over the past few years. In 2006, the safety record for some of their international assets was not satisfactory. We know that as we build and operate more facilities, our safety risk increases. We must therefore increase our efforts to improve safety performance. It’s a big and continuing challenge, particularly in view the geographical spread of our assets, the diversity of our business and wide variation in culture. While we CLP are unable

Industry sector: Cross-sector.

Speak Out for Engineering Competition - Heat 1

SINGAPORE Nanyang Technological University | 23 March 2011 10:30 to 13:30
Event type: Competition Event

Speak Out for Engineering. This is an excellent opportunity for those eligible to develop their presentation skills, by giving an interesting talk about mechanical engineering in a way that will appeal to everyone. It is a very worthwhile activity as part of career development and provides tangible benefits for both the individual and their employer. The duration of the presentation will be 20 minutes, followed by up to 10 minutes for discussion and questions from a panel of judges. The em

Industry sector: Cross-sector.


SINGAPORE - Raffles Room, Tanglin Club | 16 March 2011 18:30 to 21:30
Event type: AGM

Singapore Branch Annual General Meeting

Industry sector: Cross-sector.

Fourth Lloyd’s Register Educational Trust Lecture - A Continuing Process in Subsea Technology

SINGAPORE - National University of Singapore | 22 November 2010 18:30 to 20:00
Event type: Technical Lecture

Development of subsea technology for hydrocarbon production has traditionally stemmed from surface operations not necessarily in the oil business. Military research and development has often been the source of the technology required for progress. This is an ongoing process with the vastly greater research and development activity of non-petroleum sectors often providing technology for adaptation to subsea production operations. This process has left subsea technology with legacies that are d

Industry sector: Offshore engineering.

VIVACE: A Revolutionary Ocean Energy Concept that Transforms Problems into Valuable Resources

SINGAPORE Nge Ann Polytechnic | 12 May 2010 18:15 to 20:00
Event type: Technical Lecture

VIVACE is a novel approach to extract energy from flowing water currents. For decades, engineers have been trying to prevent Vortex Induced Vibrations (VIV) from damaging offshore equipment and structures. By maximizing and exploiting VIV rather than spoiling and preventing it, VIVACE takes this ‘problem’ and transforms it into a valuable resource for mankind. VIVACE devices have many potential advantages, which improve installation survivability in hostile underwater environment and enable

Industry sector: Renewable energy.
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