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NATS ASIA (subsidiary of NATS Incorporated) Holds Advanced Seminar <b>...</b>

Posted: 24 Jun 2011 01:11 AM PDT


Middletown, CT (PRWEB) July 24, 2007

NATS Asia (a fully owned subsidiary of NATS Incorporated, USA) held a series of Training and Technical seminars for advanced Nuclear Detection Systems with assistance from Canberra Industries USA. The Seminars were jointly organized by NATS Asia and The Atomic Energy Licensing Board of Malaysia (AELB).

Users from the Middle East and Malaysia attended the 3 days seminars and hands on trainings.

This was the second such event organized to benefit the Atomic Energy Licensing Board of Malaysia by NATS Asia. The AELB is a leading regulatory agency in South East Asia and currently has a number of programs.

News reports indicated Malaysia will build a nuclear monitoring facility, the first one in the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), at a location in Bukit Ibam near Muadzam Shah, Pahang state, it was announced recently by Deputy Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak.

The facility, worth 100 million ringgit ($ 29.41 million), will be the 16th of its kind in the world.

'If all goes well, Malaysia will become the first developing country to have its own nuclear monitoring facility and the first in ASEAN,' Razak said at a 'Leaders Meet the People' function.

Also present was Science, Technology and Innovations Minister Auk Seri Jamaluddin Jarjis.

Work on the facility on a 200-hectare site was expected to start by the end of the year and should be completed in three years, Jamaluddin said.

'It will be managed by the Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB) and its main function is to ensure that nuclear energy use in the region is only for peaceful purposes and not for making weapons,' the national news agency Bernama quoted him as saying.

It was being built in collaboration with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) based in Vienna, Austria, Jamaluddin said.

'It also will play a role to ensure Malaysia and the region continue to remain free of any nuclear threat.'

On the experts needed for it, Jamaluddin said all would be locals and that 66 people had already been identified.

'Countries in Southeast Asia have plans to build nuclear reactors to generate electricity. Indonesia will commence its nuclear energy programme in 2016, Vietnam in 2018 and Thailand in 2021.

'As such, this facility in Malaysia will help ensure there is no nuclear proliferation in the region.'

NATS Incorporated (North American Technical Services) of Middletown, CT, USA is a leading provider of advanced Radiation Detection and Analysis Systems worldwide.

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Posted: 25 Jun 2011 07:09 AM PDT

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Posted: 24 Jun 2011 07:25 AM PDT


Middletown, CT (PRWEB) July 24, 2007

NATS Asia (a fully owned subsidiary of NATS Incorporated, USA) held a series of Training and Technical seminars for advanced Nuclear Detection Systems with assistance from Canberra Industries USA. The Seminars were jointly organized by NATS Asia and The Atomic Energy Licensing Board of Malaysia (AELB).

Users from the Middle East and Malaysia attended the 3 days seminars and hands on trainings.

This was the second such event organized to benefit the Atomic Energy Licensing Board of Malaysia by NATS Asia. The AELB is a leading regulatory agency in South East Asia and currently has a number of programs.

News reports indicated Malaysia will build a nuclear monitoring facility, the first one in the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), at a location in Bukit Ibam near Muadzam Shah, Pahang state, it was announced recently by Deputy Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak.

The facility, worth 100 million ringgit ($ 29.41 million), will be the 16th of its kind in the world.

'If all goes well, Malaysia will become the first developing country to have its own nuclear monitoring facility and the first in ASEAN,' Razak said at a 'Leaders Meet the People' function.

Also present was Science, Technology and Innovations Minister Auk Seri Jamaluddin Jarjis.

Work on the facility on a 200-hectare site was expected to start by the end of the year and should be completed in three years, Jamaluddin said.

'It will be managed by the Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB) and its main function is to ensure that nuclear energy use in the region is only for peaceful purposes and not for making weapons,' the national news agency Bernama quoted him as saying.

It was being built in collaboration with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) based in Vienna, Austria, Jamaluddin said.

'It also will play a role to ensure Malaysia and the region continue to remain free of any nuclear threat.'

On the experts needed for it, Jamaluddin said all would be locals and that 66 people had already been identified.

'Countries in Southeast Asia have plans to build nuclear reactors to generate electricity. Indonesia will commence its nuclear energy programme in 2016, Vietnam in 2018 and Thailand in 2021.

'As such, this facility in Malaysia will help ensure there is no nuclear proliferation in the region.'

NATS Incorporated (North American Technical Services) of Middletown, CT, USA is a leading provider of advanced Radiation Detection and Analysis Systems worldwide.

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Posted: 22 Jun 2011 07:32 AM PDT

Sovereign Gold Company (ASX: SOC) has entered into a 50% joint venture in the advanced Ibam Hill gold exploration project in Malaysia through Almusyarakah Mining Minerals SDN BHD (AAM).

A recent site visit by the company established that the Ibam Hill Block B area has potential to host a significant gold deposit.

Sovereign Gold's interests in the JV are held by MAS Gold Pty Ltd, a 100% owned subsidiary of Sovereign Gold. MAS Gold will fund development of the project up to AU$1.5 million, and also provide expertise for the project.

Importantly, the Ibam Hill Project has potential for early gold production of a modest nature from bulk sampling campaigns.

An initial exploration target of 100,000-150,000 ounces gold has been set for the near surface, open pitable resource that averages 1-2 grams gold per tonne.

The company said the Ibam Hill Project has a strong management and advisory team including AAM's founder, Abdul Hakam who has an extensive career in corporate banking and international capital markets.

Sovereign Gold has appointed Tan Sri Ibrahim Menudin and Richard Yap as advisers to the project. Menudin is former group chief executive of Malaysian Mining Corporation, and Yap is director of business development for TA Enterprise Berhad (KUL:TA).

The project is located in the Eastern Gold Belt in the Malaysian state of Pahang in the Bukit Ibam State Forest Reserve, 152 kilometres from Kuala Lumpur.

The geology of Ibam Hill is similar to the Selinsing Gold Deposit in the Central Gold Belt. The Eastern Gold Belt is an under-explored part of the world with excellent exploration potential for gold, tin, iron ore and other commodities.

Sovereign Gold's CEO, Nick Raffan and Chief Geologist, Michael Leu have recently returned from an on-site project evaluation and will oversee the project through participation on the project management committee.

The mineralised area could trend for several hundred metres along a northeast trend and, based on similar gold-bearing systems in the Central Gold Belt of Malaysia, extend to a depth of at least 200 metres – a vertical extent of 54 metres was apparent at the site.

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