AKADEMI LAUT MALAYSIA (ALAM) COORDINATED A TRAINING ON THE TRANSPORTATION OF LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS (LNG) 2017 WITH INTERNATIONAL DELEGATES FROM 14 – 25 AUGUST 2017
Akademi Laut Malaysia (ALAM) organised a Transportation of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) course on 14 to 25 August 2017 at ALAM’s campus in Melaka. The programme is funded by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia under the Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP). MTCP was established in 1980 as Malaysia’s commitment to South-South Cooperation and has become a platform for Malaysia to share its development experiences with other developing countries.
As a leading international training institute for Maritime Training & Education (MET), ALAM has been given the mandate by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia to share its expertise with regards to training related to the Transportation of LNG. The programme was held for 14 days covering various modules including LNG transportation activities from upstream to downstream level which also touched on the role of LNG in the industry as well as its contribution to the nation. The programme was conducted through classrooms session, case study, ship simulation exercise as well as educational visit to MISC, the global provider of international energy related maritime solutions and services who is heavily involved in the LNG value chain.
This year, the programme saw 10 participants from nine countries including Mexico, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Laos, Bangladesh, Azerbaijan, Oman and Nepal. The programme successfully met the objective and showcased Malaysia’s unwavering commitment to share its development experiences and expertise with fellow developing countries.
Akademi Laut Malaysia (ALAM)
28 August 2017