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Students from four universities benefit from Prestige programme


The participants during the briefing session on Sabah’s largest combined cycle gas turbine power plant, the Kimanis Power Plant.

The participants during the briefing session on Sabah’s largest combined cycle gas turbine power plant, the Kimanis Power Plant.

AIMING to create a broader understanding of the natural gas industry and the importance of Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) aspects among university students, Malaysian Gas Association (MGA) held its annual Practical Environmental, Safety & Industrial Guidance for Student Engineers (Prestige) programme in Sabah recently.

Currently in its 11th year, the programme was held for the first time in Sabah with over 60 students and six lecturers from University Malaysia Sabah (UMS), University Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas), Curtin University Malaysia and University Kuala Lumpur Institute of Chemical & Bioengineering Technology (Unikl) coming together to gain a better overview of the opportunities and challenges in the gas industry.

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