RSUST Gets N100m Marine Hydrodynamic Equipment From Shell

The Rivers State University of Science and Technology (RSUST) has gotten a complete and integrated set of marine hydrodynamic wave simulation equipment valued at over N100m from Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC).
Commissioning the equipment, Shell’s Sustainable Development and Community Relations General Manager, Nedo Osayande, said that the equipment is a multi-experiment facility capable of carrying out various simulations as regards to different offshore operations which include Model Towing Experiments, Self-Propulsion Experiments, Open Water Propeller Experiments, Ship Stability Experiments, Offshore Facility Experiments and Wake Experiments.
Nedo said that Shell’s donations would help create a synergy between the firm and beneficiaries.
He recalled that the company has eight endowed Shell Professorial chairs in eight universities adding that Shell Nigeria will continue to support capacity development in the university, particularly through the Centre of Excellency concept that they have solicit for cooperation and support of all.

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