VistaJet ร่วมกับ Christie’s ในการจัดทัวร์ระดับโลกสำหรับนิทรรศการ The Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller

การขายครั้งนี้จะเป็นการขายประมูลเพื่อการกุศลที่มีความสำคัญมากที่สุดเท่าที่เคยมีมา กรุงลอนดอน, Nov. 23, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — VistaJet บริษัทการบินเอกชนระดับโลกแห่งแรกและหนึ่งเดียวในโลกได้ประกาศในวันนี้ว่า บริษัทได้ให้การสนับสนุนสำหรับการจัดนิทรรศการและทัวร์ระดับสากลของThe Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller งานประมูลที่มีความสำคัญที่สุดที่จัดขึ้นเพื่ออุทิศให้กับการรวบรวมเงินทุนเพื่อการกุศล การขายดังกล่าว ซึ่งจะประกอบไปด้วยสินค้าในหลากหลายหมวดหมู่จะดำเนินการโดย Christie’s ซึ่งเป็นผู้นำด้านธุรกิจงานศิลปะ และจะรวมถึงไฮไลท์การจัดทัวร์นิทรรศการในฮ่องกง กรุงลอนดอน นครลอสแอนเจลีส และนิวยอร์คด้วย สามารถดูภาพที่มากับการประกาศนี้ได้ที่ http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/c78fdce7-7651-42a8-a621-14088da2cc86 http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/33af2489-a9a8-4bbe-b5f7-78e4c1f29ca2 http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/a16c208a-fd0f-4a59-8b1e-54cd97c3d8e5 Thomas Flohr ผู้ก่อตั้งและประธานบริษัท VistaJet กล่าวว่า “เรามีความยินดีและรู้สึกเป็นเกียรติที่จะได้ร่วมงานกับทาง Christie’s ในการนำเสนองานนิทรรศการและการทัวร์ระดับโลกที่น่าประทับใจอย่าง The Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller ครั้งนี้สู่สายตาของโลก ตั้งแต่ผมก่อตั้งบริษัทมาในปี พ.ศ. 2547 งานด้านศิลปะและปรัชญามีบทบาทสำคัญกับบริษัทเสมอมา และเป็นความหลงใหลที่เรามีร่วมกันกับลูกค้าของเราหลายท่าน การนำเสนอประสบการณ์ด้านพิพิธภัณฑ์สำหรับงานศิลปะและการออกแบบ งานด้านการต้อนรับ การท่องเที่ยว และวัฒนธรรม เป็นหลักสำคัญของแบรนด์ VistaJet ของเรา […]

Come fly with ‘Dinner In The Sky’ in Bangkok on 20 December

Bangkok, 23 November, 2017 – Named by Forbes magazine as one of the world’s ten most unusual restaurants, Belgium-based restaurant ‘Dinner In The Sky’ is coming to Bangkok, from 20 December, this year, until the end of February, next year.

Seats are sold online at www.dinnerinthesky.co.th for 4,990 Baht on weekdays and 5,390 Baht on weekends, inclusive of the four-course meal by Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit. There will be two flight sessions per day: Sunset at 18:00 Hrs. and City Lights at 19:30 Hrs. The flight duration is 60 minutes.

Each session is available for 22 guests, who will be seating with specially equipped safety belts around a large dinner table with the entire Dinner In The Sky system suspended by a 200-tonne European telescopic boom crane.

Dinner In The Sky DubaiDinner In The Sky, Dubai

Dinner In The Sky EuropeDinner In The Sky, Europe

Dinner In The Sky MalaysiaDinner In The Sky, Malaysia

Dinner in the Sky is designed according to German safety standard DIN 4112 regarding flying structures specifications, and has surpassed world-leading German TUV-accredited standards. With more than 10 years of operations in over 45 countries, Dinner in the Sky is a professionally handled production that has been tested and retested to guarantee absolute safety of diners at all times.

Dinner In The Sky at a Glance

  • A high quality ‘novelty’ restaurant service and dining experience
  • Uses a crane to hoist its diners, table and waiting staff 50 meters into the air with a 200-ton German telescopic boom provided by TSK Diamond
  • Guests are served a one-hour long, four-course dinner
  • Guests are required to fill in a release of liability form
  • Toilets are available on the ground
  • Lockers are available for guests to store their personal belongings
  • Guests are allowed to take mobile phones and cameras with them during the flight
  • The in-the-air suspended table was developed following the highest safety standards and is produced in Belgium
  • Hosting up to 22 guests as well as one chef and two waiters, guests enjoy high quality food and drinks, music and breathtaking views

Dinner In The Sky Thailand Press Conference

From left: Tommy Lee, Chief Operating Officer of DITS ASIA, Arvin Randahwa, Chief Executive Officer of DITS ASIA, Manatase Annawat, Deputy Managing Director of The Emporium Group, Friso Poldervaart, Representative, Dinner in the Sky Thailand, Johannes Bergstrom, Representative, Dinner in the Sky Thailand, Gaetano Palumbo, Executive Chef of Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit: DITS Official Food Partner, and Robert Wittebrood, Executive Assistant Manager of Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit: DITS Official Food Partner joined a group photo during the press conference to announce the Dinner In The Sky Thailand.

Enjoy a sporty Christmas Eve at the 12th Muang Thai Chiang Mai Marathon 2017

12th Muang Thai Chiang Mai Marathon 2017

The 12th Muang Thai Chiang Mai Marathon 2017 will take place on Sunday, 24 December, 2017, in the picturesque northern city also known as ‘The Rose of the North’, featuring a marathon, half marathon, mini marathon, fun run and kids run.

Making for a sporty Christmas Eve, the marathon (42.195 km) will start at 4 a.m., the half marathon (21.1 km) at 5 a.m., the mini marathon (10 km) at 6 a.m. and then the Smile Run and Kids Run (3 km) at 7 a.m. The start and finish point is historic Tha Pae Gate in the city centre, one of Chiang Mai’s most famous landmarks and which dates back to when the province acted as the capital of the Lanna Kingdom. The gate is part of the old city wall that was built in the 13th Century.

Last year’s marathon saw 11,000 people from 53 countries participate and organisers are this year expecting that number to increase to 55 countries.

The race route is flat, with no mountain climbs, and takes runners along city roads past ‘Lanna’ style buildings and temples, the city moat and other enchanting sights, with the iconic Doi Suthep mountain providing a dramatic backdrop.

With the 12th Muang Thai Chiang Mai Marathon 2017 happening on a Sunday, participants and spectators will find themselves ideally located at Tha Pae Gate to enjoy the famous Sunday Market. Starting at around 4 p.m. and continuing on til midnight, the Sunday Market stretches from Tha Phae Gate along Ratchadamnoen Road which becomes pedestrian only for the evening.

The Sunday Market is a lively and entertaining experience. Stalls sell quality arts and crafts, fabrics and other items many of which are lovingly made by the talented vendors themselves, delicious local cuisine and tasty treats are available and musicians, dancers and street entertainers add to the festive atmosphere. 

For more information, please contact:
TAT Chiang Mai Office
Tel: +66 (0) 5324 8604-5
Email: tatchmai@tat.or.th
TAT Contact Centre 1672

Ko Tao uses community based initiatives to protect environment

Years of solid growth have created an economy on Ko Tao heavily depending on tourist arrivals, and in particular divers attracted by its azure seas and pristine dive sites. This dependency is set to continue for years to come.

How the island’s residents and dive industry stakeholders manage that dependency while protecting the island’s delicate marine resources is a crucial challenge.

The economic impact of eco-friendly tourism is easier when it is effectively preserving Ko Tao’s natural resources. Good resource management and sustainable environmental policies mean more tourist dollars, regardless of how successful government policies have been so far.

Dive operators on the island believe the Thai government does far more than other Southeast Asian nations to promote ecotourism and green awareness among both Thai and international tourists. Still, most claim that the serious work on a grassroots level is being done by the tour operators themselves.

Together the private sector has collectively created the ‘5Rs’ dedicated to reducing, reusing, repairing, recycling and rejecting:

  • Reduce consumption of fresh raw materials, un-recyclable packaging or any waste producing material
  • Reuse or repurpose items that can be used again like glass bottles, boxes or paper
  • Repair to fix and reuse an item instead of buying a new one
  • Recycle all materials that can be transformed into a new product
  • Reject or stop using any item or material that pollutes or harms the environment

Other informal groups include the ‘Save Ko Tao Club’, whose efforts date back to 2000. Its goal of conserving the island’s natural resources and environment including local traditions is an important case study in sustainable tourism development on Ko Tao.

It advocates eco-friendly products and best practices like refillable bathroom amenities, energy saving lightbulbs, line drying laundry, and using recycled wood in the building and maintenance of resort villas.

It also captures and uses rainwater, whilst providing a filtration system to provide drinking water from the tap that reduces the number of plastic bottles brought to and in use on Ko Tao.

Trash Hero, Sairee Beach, Ko TaoMr. Marcel van den Berg, Co-Founder, Trash Hero initiative, Ko Tao

Trash Hero, Sairee Beach, Ko TaoTrash Hero, Sairee Beach, Ko Tao

‘Trash Hero’ is a sustainable, community-based initiative on Ko Tao set up to help remove current waste as well as find ways to reduce future waste by inspiring long-term behaviour change. Trash Hero sets an important example when visitors see its team cleaning up Sairee Beach twice a week.

Ban’s Conservation Learning Centre Koh Tao is another community-based conservation initiative, an eco-friendly organisation dedicated to preserving the island’s natural resources.

It operates a waste separation plant for recycling paper, aluminium cans, bottles and plastic whilst also managing a dedicated composting area that ferments fat residue into fertiliser by mixing in grass and organic waste.

It has a wastewater treatment plant that processes grey water, so it can be used for plants and vegetable gardens. Regular workshops are also conducted on how to make candles and liquid soap from recyclables.

Divers are usually among some the most ecologically aware individuals on the planet, and are well schooled that proper diving means avoiding contact with any plant or marine life they encounter. What probably would not occur to any responsible diver is to litter the ocean with objects that should be returned to land for proper disposal. Unfortunately, the reality is such that trash and pollution are common to many dive sites.

Whether it is because of irresponsible fishermen, passing tourists or ocean born litter settling on the seabed, it is something that must not be ignored or accepted to ensure the preservation of marine resources for generations to come.

Beach and dive destinations constantly move in and out of favour, but they always bounce back. With Ko Tao’s ongoing sustainable, community-based initiatives, the island’s marine environment is always prepared to handle future generations of eco-aware divers and tourists.

EGAT hosts the international academic conference on mining, showcasing Thailand’s coal mining potential and sharing experiences with international academics

          Academics across the world have participated Coal Mining and Utilization for Sustainable Development International Conference (CM&USD 2017), which is the floor to share experiences on mining for sustainable development and showcase innovations of Thailand’s coal mining industry in the international level.

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          On November 23, 2017, Mr. Thaworn Ngamganokwan, Deputy Governor – Fuel, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) chaired the opening ceremony of Coal Mining and Utilization for Sustainable Development International Conference (CM&USD 2017). The event was honorably joined by academics, researchers, distinguished guests, and students from the leading mining institutes in Thailand and abroad such as Japan, India, and Germany, totaling 200 persons, at Samanchan Thatchawal Building, MAE Moh Training Center, Mae Moh District, Lampang Province.

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          Mr. Thaworn Ngamganokwan said that the CM&USD 2017 was organized for the first year by the cooperation of the leading institutes on mining engineering namely Chulalongkorn University, Chiang Mai University, and Prince of Songkla University. It aims to be a floor for academics, researchers, and students around the world to share knowledge and experiences on coal mining industrial development as well as its technological development.

          The CM&USD 2017 is comprised of seminar topics on coal mining and utilization including five special topics which are “Coal Mining under New Minerals Act, B.E. 2560” by Mr. Wisanu Tabtieng, Deputy Director – General, Department of Primary Industries and Mines (DPIM), “Can Renewable Energy Totally Replace Coal In World Plants?” by Assoc. Prof. Pinyo Meechumna, the Distinguished Member of National Minerals Management Policy Committee, “Coal-fired Power Plant with Clean Coal or HELE Technology” by Mr. Mikio Ando, Senior Engineer, Strategic Planning and Information Department of Japan Coal Energy Center (JCOAL), Japan, “Challenges of Coal Mining in India and Scopes of New R&D Initiatives and Global Partnership” by Prof. Dr. Khanindra Pathak, Independent Director, Coal India Limited, Department of Mining Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, India, and “It’s not over, when It’s over – Mine Closure and Post Mining: Significance, Challenges and Solutions” by Mr. Karl Kleineberg, Technische Hochschule Georg Agricola, Germany.

          Moreover, there is an exhibition to show innovations which won awards such as Automatic 3-stage Differential Elevation Series-Flow Pumping System that can efficiently pump the water from the pit; and Distribution Bunker Cleaning Equipment that can solve the problem of coal deposited at the building, to promote safety in the workplace and supply the coal to Mae Moh Power Plant on time. Apart from that, 54 academic topics divided into 8 categories which are Drilling and Blasting, Mining System and Planning, Geo-technics in Mining, Mine Environmental and Monitoring, Mine Occupational Health and Safety, Post Mining and Mine Reclamation, Coal Processing and Utilization, and Socio-Economic Aspects in Mining are presented by the academics, researchers, and EGAT officials.

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          Recently, EGAT Mae Moh has been awarded the winning prize in the Best Practice for Surface Coal Mining Category from ASEAN Coal Awards 2017 in Manila, the Philippines. The award shows that EGAT Mae Moh has prioritized environmental management for efficient use of coal and promoted public participation for understanding and acceptance of all stakeholders, which will lead to sustainable development in all aspects.

          Mr. Thaworn Ngamganokwan said in the end that the CM&USD 2017 has enhanced cooperation and good relationship among EGAT, academic institutes, as well as international academics and researchers. The event also builds trust on the use of coal to generate power with efficient and modern technologies in parallel with social and environmental care.

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EGAT hosts the international academic conference on mining, showcasing Thailand’s coal mining potential and sharing experiences with international academics

          Academics across the world have participated Coal Mining and Utilization for Sustainable Development International Conference (CM&USD 2017), which is the floor to share experiences on mining for sustainable development and showcase innovations of Thailand’s coal mining industry in the international level.

20171123E 01

          On November 23, 2017, Mr. Thaworn Ngamganokwan, Deputy Governor – Fuel, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) chaired the opening ceremony of Coal Mining and Utilization for Sustainable Development International Conference (CM&USD 2017). The event was honorably joined by academics, researchers, distinguished guests, and students from the leading mining institutes in Thailand and abroad such as Japan, India, and Germany, totaling 200 persons, at Samanchan Thatchawal Building, MAE Moh Training Center, Mae Moh District, Lampang Province.

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          Mr. Thaworn Ngamganokwan said that the CM&USD 2017 was organized for the first year by the cooperation of the leading institutes on mining engineering namely Chulalongkorn University, Chiang Mai University, and Prince of Songkla University. It aims to be a floor for academics, researchers, and students around the world to share knowledge and experiences on coal mining industrial development as well as its technological development.

          The CM&USD 2017 is comprised of seminar topics on coal mining and utilization including five special topics which are “Coal Mining under New Minerals Act, B.E. 2560” by Mr. Wisanu Tabtieng, Deputy Director – General, Department of Primary Industries and Mines (DPIM), “Can Renewable Energy Totally Replace Coal In World Plants?” by Assoc. Prof. Pinyo Meechumna, the Distinguished Member of National Minerals Management Policy Committee, “Coal-fired Power Plant with Clean Coal or HELE Technology” by Mr. Mikio Ando, Senior Engineer, Strategic Planning and Information Department of Japan Coal Energy Center (JCOAL), Japan, “Challenges of Coal Mining in India and Scopes of New R&D Initiatives and Global Partnership” by Prof. Dr. Khanindra Pathak, Independent Director, Coal India Limited, Department of Mining Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, India, and “It’s not over, when It’s over – Mine Closure and Post Mining: Significance, Challenges and Solutions” by Mr. Karl Kleineberg, Technische Hochschule Georg Agricola, Germany.

          Moreover, there is an exhibition to show innovations which won awards such as Automatic 3-stage Differential Elevation Series-Flow Pumping System that can efficiently pump the water from the pit; and Distribution Bunker Cleaning Equipment that can solve the problem of coal deposited at the building, to promote safety in the workplace and supply the coal to Mae Moh Power Plant on time. Apart from that, 54 academic topics divided into 8 categories which are Drilling and Blasting, Mining System and Planning, Geo-technics in Mining, Mine Environmental and Monitoring, Mine Occupational Health and Safety, Post Mining and Mine Reclamation, Coal Processing and Utilization, and Socio-Economic Aspects in Mining are presented by the academics, researchers, and EGAT officials.

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          Recently, EGAT Mae Moh has been awarded the winning prize in the Best Practice for Surface Coal Mining Category from ASEAN Coal Awards 2017 in Manila, the Philippines. The award shows that EGAT Mae Moh has prioritized environmental management for efficient use of coal and promoted public participation for understanding and acceptance of all stakeholders, which will lead to sustainable development in all aspects.

          Mr. Thaworn Ngamganokwan said in the end that the CM&USD 2017 has enhanced cooperation and good relationship among EGAT, academic institutes, as well as international academics and researchers. The event also builds trust on the use of coal to generate power with efficient and modern technologies in parallel with social and environmental care.

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EGAT hosts the international academic conference on mining, showcasing Thailand’s coal mining potential and sharing experiences with international academics

          Academics across the world have participated Coal Mining and Utilization for Sustainable Development International Conference (CM&USD 2017), which is the floor to share experiences on mining for sustainable development and showcase innovations of Thailand’s coal mining industry in the international level.

20171123E 01

          On November 23, 2017, Mr. Thaworn Ngamganokwan, Deputy Governor – Fuel, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) chaired the opening ceremony of Coal Mining and Utilization for Sustainable Development International Conference (CM&USD 2017). The event was honorably joined by academics, researchers, distinguished guests, and students from the leading mining institutes in Thailand and abroad such as Japan, India, and Germany, totaling 200 persons, at Samanchan Thatchawal Building, MAE Moh Training Center, Mae Moh District, Lampang Province.

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          Mr. Thaworn Ngamganokwan said that the CM&USD 2017 was organized for the first year by the cooperation of the leading institutes on mining engineering namely Chulalongkorn University, Chiang Mai University, and Prince of Songkla University. It aims to be a floor for academics, researchers, and students around the world to share knowledge and experiences on coal mining industrial development as well as its technological development.

          The CM&USD 2017 is comprised of seminar topics on coal mining and utilization including five special topics which are “Coal Mining under New Minerals Act, B.E. 2560” by Mr. Wisanu Tabtieng, Deputy Director – General, Department of Primary Industries and Mines (DPIM), “Can Renewable Energy Totally Replace Coal In World Plants?” by Assoc. Prof. Pinyo Meechumna, the Distinguished Member of National Minerals Management Policy Committee, “Coal-fired Power Plant with Clean Coal or HELE Technology” by Mr. Mikio Ando, Senior Engineer, Strategic Planning and Information Department of Japan Coal Energy Center (JCOAL), Japan, “Challenges of Coal Mining in India and Scopes of New R&D Initiatives and Global Partnership” by Prof. Dr. Khanindra Pathak, Independent Director, Coal India Limited, Department of Mining Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, India, and “It’s not over, when It’s over – Mine Closure and Post Mining: Significance, Challenges and Solutions” by Mr. Karl Kleineberg, Technische Hochschule Georg Agricola, Germany.

          Moreover, there is an exhibition to show innovations which won awards such as Automatic 3-stage Differential Elevation Series-Flow Pumping System that can efficiently pump the water from the pit; and Distribution Bunker Cleaning Equipment that can solve the problem of coal deposited at the building, to promote safety in the workplace and supply the coal to Mae Moh Power Plant on time. Apart from that, 54 academic topics divided into 8 categories which are Drilling and Blasting, Mining System and Planning, Geo-technics in Mining, Mine Environmental and Monitoring, Mine Occupational Health and Safety, Post Mining and Mine Reclamation, Coal Processing and Utilization, and Socio-Economic Aspects in Mining are presented by the academics, researchers, and EGAT officials.

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          Recently, EGAT Mae Moh has been awarded the winning prize in the Best Practice for Surface Coal Mining Category from ASEAN Coal Awards 2017 in Manila, the Philippines. The award shows that EGAT Mae Moh has prioritized environmental management for efficient use of coal and promoted public participation for understanding and acceptance of all stakeholders, which will lead to sustainable development in all aspects.

          Mr. Thaworn Ngamganokwan said in the end that the CM&USD 2017 has enhanced cooperation and good relationship among EGAT, academic institutes, as well as international academics and researchers. The event also builds trust on the use of coal to generate power with efficient and modern technologies in parallel with social and environmental care.

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EGAT hosts the international academic conference on mining, showcasing Thailand’s coal mining potential and sharing experiences with international academics

EGAT hosts the international academic conference on mining, showcasing Thailand’s coal mining potential and sharing experiences with international academics

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          Academics across the world have participated Coal Mining and Utilization for Sustainable Development International Conference (CM&USD 2017), which is the floor to share experiences on mining for sustainable development and showcase innovations of Thailand’s coal mining industry in the international level.

20171123E 01

          On November 23, 2017, Mr. Thaworn Ngamganokwan, Deputy Governor – Fuel, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) chaired the opening ceremony of Coal Mining and Utilization for Sustainable Development International Conference (CM&USD 2017). The event was honorably joined by academics, researchers, distinguished guests, and students from the leading mining institutes in Thailand and abroad such as Japan, India, and Germany, totaling 200 persons, at Samanchan Thatchawal Building, MAE Moh Training Center, Mae Moh District, Lampang Province.

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          Mr. Thaworn Ngamganokwan said that the CM&USD 2017 was organized for the first year by the cooperation of the leading institutes on mining engineering namely Chulalongkorn University, Chiang Mai University, and Prince of Songkla University. It aims to be a floor for academics, researchers, and students around the world to share knowledge and experiences on coal mining industrial development as well as its technological development.

          The CM&USD 2017 is comprised of seminar topics on coal mining and utilization including five special topics which are “Coal Mining under New Minerals Act, B.E. 2560” by Mr. Wisanu Tabtieng, Deputy Director – General, Department of Primary Industries and Mines (DPIM), “Can Renewable Energy Totally Replace Coal In World Plants?” by Assoc. Prof. Pinyo Meechumna, the Distinguished Member of National Minerals Management Policy Committee, “Coal-fired Power Plant with Clean Coal or HELE Technology” by Mr. Mikio Ando, Senior Engineer, Strategic Planning and Information Department of Japan Coal Energy Center (JCOAL), Japan, “Challenges of Coal Mining in India and Scopes of New R&D Initiatives and Global Partnership” by Prof. Dr. Khanindra Pathak, Independent Director, Coal India Limited, Department of Mining Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, India, and “It’s not over, when It’s over – Mine Closure and Post Mining: Significance, Challenges and Solutions” by Mr. Karl Kleineberg, Technische Hochschule Georg Agricola, Germany.

          Moreover, there is an exhibition to show innovations which won awards such as Automatic 3-stage Differential Elevation Series-Flow Pumping System that can efficiently pump the water from the pit; and Distribution Bunker Cleaning Equipment that can solve the problem of coal deposited at the building, to promote safety in the workplace and supply the coal to Mae Moh Power Plant on time. Apart from that, 54 academic topics divided into 8 categories which are Drilling and Blasting, Mining System and Planning, Geo-technics in Mining, Mine Environmental and Monitoring, Mine Occupational Health and Safety, Post Mining and Mine Reclamation, Coal Processing and Utilization, and Socio-Economic Aspects in Mining are presented by the academics, researchers, and EGAT officials.

20171123E 03

          Recently, EGAT Mae Moh has been awarded the winning prize in the Best Practice for Surface Coal Mining Category from ASEAN Coal Awards 2017 in Manila, the Philippines. The award shows that EGAT Mae Moh has prioritized environmental management for efficient use of coal and promoted public participation for understanding and acceptance of all stakeholders, which will lead to sustainable development in all aspects.

          Mr. Thaworn Ngamganokwan said in the end that the CM&USD 2017 has enhanced cooperation and good relationship among EGAT, academic institutes, as well as international academics and researchers. The event also builds trust on the use of coal to generate power with efficient and modern technologies in parallel with social and environmental care.

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