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Centre for Offshore Research & Engineering (CORE)



In 2003, the Centre for Offshore Research & Engineering (CORE) was established at National University of Singapore (NUS), and was officially launched in 2004 by the Economic Development Board (EDB), to help strengthen Singapore’s performance as an oil and gas hub.  CORE aims to develop advanced technologies and enlarge the talent pool in offshore engineering research and development (R&D) through working with other local R&D institutes, international experts and partners in the oil and gas industry.

CORE has received strong support from Keppel Offshore & Marine in 2002 in the establishment of the Keppel Professorship, and from The Lloyd’s Register Educational Trust in 2005 in the founding of the LRET Professorship, in NUS.   These have enabled the appointment of internationally renowned professors, and the initiation of key research projects.

In March 2007, through the Offshore Technology Research Programme (OTRP), CORE received a S$10 million boost to realise its vision of becoming a leading offshore engineering centre in research, development and application of technology for the advancement of the offshore and marine industry.  Seven major companies in the offshore & marine industry were represented by their top management, and signed MOUs to work closely with CORE on collaborative projects.   These are (in alphabetical order): American Bureau of Shipping, Cameron International, J Ray McDermott Asia Pacific, Keppel Offshore & Marine Limited, Lloyd’s Register Asia, SembCorp Marine Limited and WorleyParsons Pte Ltd.

In addition to the OTRP, CORE colleagues have initiated four Joint Industry Projects with participation from oil & gas companies, drilling contractors, classification societies, international contractors and consultants.   One example is the InSafe JIP, with the objective to improve guidelines for the prediction of geotechnical performance of spudcan foundations during installation and removal of jack-up platforms.