Petronas works on capability development, master’s program for drilling

Posted on 08 May 2012

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Datuk George Ling Kien Sing, drilling division advisor for Petronas Carigali, sat down with DC publisher/editor Mike Killalea at the 2012 IADC Drilling HSE Asia Pacific Conference in Singapore on 25 April for an exclusive video to talk about how Petronas is working to accelerate capability development of its employees, an initiative to work with a university to develop a master’s degree program for drilling, and how IADC and its members in the Asia Pacific can collaborate with Petronas to share ideas and improve performance.

 

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