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Daily Archives October 29, 2018

UPDATE – University of Arizona Recognizes Dylan Taylor as Alumni of ...

TORONTO, Oct. 29, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Dylan Taylor, president and COO of Colliers International, has received the University of Arizona Alumni of the Year Award for the College of Engineering. The Alumni of the Year Award recognizes alumni from each of the university’s colleges for their professional achievements, public service, advocacy for education, volunteerism […]Read More

University of Arizona Recognizes Dylan Taylor as Alumni of the Year ...

TORONTO, Oct. 29, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Dylan Taylor, president and COO of Colliers International, has received the University of Arizona as Alumni of the Year Award for the College of Engineering. The Alumni of the Year Award recognizes alumni from each of the university’s colleges for their professional achievements, public service, advocacy for education, […]Read More

Heritage Site Hahoe Village A Famous Site In S. Korea

Nine journalists from ASEAN countries have a chance to visit Hahoe Village in Andong city, Gyeongsangbuk-Do Province. The media tour to the village is part of a month-long training programme aiming to deepen ASEAN journalists of the Republic of Korean ...Read More

Crash of Lion Air Flight 610 in Jakarta, Indonesia

The United States extends its deepest condolences to those who lost family and loved ones in the October 29 plane crash in Indonesia. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Indonesia in this time of sorrow. Preparations are underway to assist ...Read More

Assistant Secretary Fannon Travel to Singapore

Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Resources Francis R. Fannon will travel to Singapore October 29-31.

In Singapore, the Assistant Secretary will promote the Asia EDGE initiative � Enhancing Development and Growth through Energy. Under Asia EDGE, the Department of State and USAID will contribute an initial investment of nearly $50 million to a whole-of-government approach to strengthen energy security and catalyze regional growth. This initiative will ensure energy access across the Indo-Pacific by expanding public-private partnerships; fostering business-to-business connections. Through Asia EDGE, the U.S. will provide technical assistance to help partner governments develop their energy markets, modernize energy infrastructure, and set transparent best-management practices.

In Singapore, Assistant Secretary Fannon will participate in the 12th East Asia Summit Energy Ministers Meeting and in Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) events. Assistant Secretary Fannon will meet with energy ministers from the ASEAN member states under this year's theme of Resilience and Innovation. He also will meet with the U.S.-ASEAN Business Council.

At the SIEW conference, Assistant Secretary Fannon will participate in a panel discussion on innovation in energy.

For further information, contact Vincent Campos, Spokesperson for the Bureau of Energy Resources, at CamposVM@state.gov or visit www.state.gov/e/enr. Further information also is available on Twitter at @EnergyAtState.

Source: US Department of State

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