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【JOGMEC】 Mozambique Coal Japan Invitation Training Course

JOGMEC Held Mozambique Coal Japan Invitational Training Contributing to Technological Improvement of Mozambique Coal Industry ………………………………………………………………………………………… JOGMEC (Head Office: Minato-ku, Tokyo; President: Tetsuhiro Hosono) is based on the JOGMEC Technology Center (Makuhari) from May 10 (Fri) to June 6 (Thu), and the Mozambique Coal Industry Human Resources Conducted a training program called Japan Training Program. The training included 12 government officials from the Mozambique Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy and Val Mozambique.
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/12624/483/resize/d12624-483-920656-2.jpg] Closing ceremony (JOGMEC Headquarters: Vice President Uchida, Ambassador Morice from the 4th seat from the right in the front row, Mr. Irrice, 4th member Irda from the back row) [Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/12624/483/resize/d12624-483-780832-3.jpg] Geological survey training [Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/12624/483/resize/d12624-483-264193-4.jpg] Atsushi Thermal Power Station findings (Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture) [Image 4: https://prtimes.jp/i/12624/483/resize/d12624-483-469872-5.jpg] A tour of the new neutralization treatment facility (Hachimantai City, Iwate Prefecture) [Image 5: https://prtimes.jp/i/12624/483/resize/d12624-483-209987-6.jpg] State of Kimitsu Iron and Steel Findings (Kimitsu City, Chiba Prefecture) [Image 6: https://prtimes.jp/i/12624/483/resize/d12624-483-455709-7.jpg] Biomass mixed power generation findings (Ube City, Yamaguchi Prefecture) [Image 7: https://prtimes.jp/i/12624/483/resize/d12624-483-997577-8.jpg] A tour of the Ube Isa Mine (Biei City, Yamaguchi Prefecture) In this training, the practical aspects of remote sensing technology required for coal exploration, geological survey, and economic evaluation of the project Did some exercises. In addition to giving lectures on clean coal technology in consideration of the high level of interest in environmental measures by the trainees, environmental considerations such as visiting the current status of mineral wastewater treatment plants and environmental load reduction coal utilization technologies in Japan In the field We also focused on training. From the trainees, the tour of the environmentally friendly power plant, steel plant and mineral wastewater I received a comment with an elephant-like thing. Furthermore, in order to increase understanding of Japan over the future, in addition to technical lectures, introduce Japanese culture and society through Japanese language classes, calligraphy, experiences of Japanese food culture, training trips, and deepen understanding of Japan. I also tried to receive. At the results report meeting held on the final day of the training, the trainees share what they learned and felt through this training, and In considering the future of coal development in Japan, it was very significant, and the technical Received a high evaluation for the content of the training, and during the period of stay We received a comment stating that the Japanese culture was positive. At the closing ceremony held on June 5th, Mr. Ms. Morais ambassador from Mozambique embassy in Japan, Mr. Mr. Tsukada planning officer from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Agency for Natural Resources and Energy, and Mr. Tsukada planning officer attended and congratulated trainees Successfully completed the entire schedule of The “Mozambique Coal Industry Human Resources Development Project” will have three years of technology in the country from the year 2014 in order to realize the “Coal Industry Development Five-Year Plan” agreed by the governments of Japan and Mozambique in October 2012. This project was launched by JOGMEC as a training program to invite Japanese people to Japan and dispatch training to local coal experts. Based on the “Nairobi Declaration” adopted by TICADIV (6th Africa Development Conference) held in Nairobi, Republic of Kenya in August 2016, JOGMEC will foster 1,000 human resources in the resource sector over the next three years In October of the same year, the Mozambique government signed and exchanged a memorandum on extension of business for three years from 2017 to 2019. JOGMEC will continue to contribute to Mozambique’s human resource development and technical capabilities through this project, and will further strengthen its relationship with Indonesia. → read the full text www.jogmec.go.jp/news/release/news_03_000033.html?mid=pr_190618

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