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National Fundraising Convention’s theme is ‘Best You Can Be’

first_img The theme of the 2015 National Fundraising Convention, the Institute of Fundraising’s annual conference, is ‘Best You Can Be’.Following on from last year’s theme of ‘proud to be a fundraiser’ or #proudfundraiser, this year’s theme has two objectives:• to inspire fundraisers to achieve personal success• enable charities to create an environment in which fundraisers can excelThe convention theme will focus on the personal fundraising journeys of Institute members, examining how they have grown and developed in their careers, and highlighting some of the experiences that have made them successful fundraisers today.Best You Can Be – the Institute of Fundraising National Convention theme 2015Liz Tait, Director of Fundraising at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, is chair of the National Fundraising Convention Board this year. She said:“Our charities are only as strong and vibrant as our fundraisers, so to maximise our impact we need our fundraisers to be at the top of their game. If fundraisers aim to be the best they can be, and are enabled to excel, we will ultimately build a better world for the beneficiaries we are here to serve.”Peter Lewis, Chief Executive at the Institute of Fundraising explained that ‘Best You Can Be‘ reflects the organisation’s efforts to create a movement of excellence. Last month, for example, it sought advice from the Privy Council as part of its plans to become a Chartered Body.As National Convention approaches the Institute will be sharing details of member case studies, videos, small events and academy courses all inspired by being Best You Can Be. Advertisement  42 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 14 April 2015 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Keynote speakerThe keynote speaker at this year’s National Fundraising Convention will be Daryl Upsall, the international fundraising expert, whose fundraising career included raising funds for the ANC’s election campaign following Nelson Mandela’s release, and leading Greenpeace’s fundraising as International Fundraising Director.Sharing Best You Can BeAs with #proudfundraiser, the Institute is inviting fundraisers to share their own stories of what ‘being the best’ means to them via social media using the hashtag #BestYouCanBe. They have produced a range of images for fundraisers to share via Facebook, Twitter and Google+.• The early bird discount for National Convention ends on 24 April.center_img National Fundraising Convention’s theme is ‘Best You Can Be’ Tagged with: Institute of Fundraising National Fundraising Convention AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more

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Production begins from Apsara field offshore Cambodia

first_img The Apsara field is being developed in phases. (Credit: C Morrison from Pixabay) Singapore’s KrisEnergy, in a joint venture with the Cambodian government, has commenced extracting first crude oil from Apsara field in the offshore Cambodia Block A concession, following years of delays.The Block A is owned and operated by KrisEnergy 95% stake while the remaining 5% interest is held by Royal Government of Cambodia through the General Department of State Property and Non Tax Revenue (GDSPNTR) of the Ministry of Economy and Finance.KrisEnergy said that the production from the Apsara field began flowing from a single development well. Production is planned to be increased once four additional wells are commissioned and completed.Cambodia signed a deal with KrisEnergy in 2017The latest move is part of a deal signed by Cambodia with KrisEnergy in 2017 to jointly develop 3,083km2 of the Khmer basin in the Gulf of Thailand known as Block A, according to Reuters.The Apsara field is located over the Khmer Basin, an unproduced geological basin in Cambodian maritime waters in the Gulf of Thailand.KrisEnergy Cambodian operations CEO and president Kelvin Tang said: “Apsara first oil marks a 10-year journey from when KrisEnergy initially became a partner in Block A.“It has been three years since we signed with the Government the petroleum agreement to launch this project and there has been a steep learning curve for all involved in what is a momentous event for the Cambodian people and an important strategic and operational milestone for KrisEnergy.“Our task now is to complete drilling of the four remaining wells, stabilise production and monitor performance so that we may assess the best path forward to optimise Cambodia’s oil production and the value of the asset in the years ahead.”KrisEnergy noted that the development of the Apsara area, due to the basin’s unproven production performance, will be made in several phases to reduce the risks as well as collect and assess data. The Block A is 95% owned by KrisEnergy while the remaining 5% interest is held by Royal Government of Cambodialast_img read more

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