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Posted On: 27 January 2014 12:50 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 01:51 pm

RasGas Qatari staff take training in Japan

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A team of Qatari employees of RasGas Company Limited (RasGas) gained a deeper insight into practical aspects of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) business during a two-month engineering and project management training programme in Yokohama, Japan, recently.

During the technical course, provided by Chiyoda Corporation, the trainees gained hands-on experience in key elements of LNG operations and production processes such as project management, controls, construction and cost estimation, process engineering, mechanical engineering, instrument and control engineering, corrosion and HSE engineering.

The course was part of RasGas’ continuing drive to provide value-added training opportunities to enhance engineering skills of young nationals and support their career progression in the LNG industry.

The graduation ceremony was attended by Chiyoda management team, including Shogo Shibuya, President and CEO of Chiyoda Corporation. Mohammed Al Sada, Project Manager, CAT III Projects in RasGas Operations Projects Department was present.

Recognising the support from Chiyoda Corporation in arranging the programme for Qataris, Al Sada said such opportunities were unique and was confident that the trainees had gained valuable experience and knowledge which they will utilise in RasGas and ultimately support Qatar’s economic growth and development.

“RasGas believes that such interactions will benefit both businesses and looks forward to having such opportunities in future,” said Al Sada, expressing his gratitude to trainers, mentors and coordinators. He acknowledged Shibuya’s presence at the ceremony, reflecting the importance Chiyoda Corporation attached to the training.