Pilipinas Shell Opens Upgraded Malampaya Exhibit at The Mind Museum - The Super Momma

Pilipinas Shell Opens Upgraded Malampaya Exhibit at The Mind Museum


My children have very inquisitive minds. They crave for science just like I do and they won't stop asking questions until they are all satisfied with the answers. But sometimes, the mother brain in me doesn't kick in until coffee. So whenever their curiosity strikes, I feel like I am less of a mom for not being able to satiate them. I remembered one time they asked Boboy and I where did gas from gasoline stations come from. I told Boboy to answer their question but of course, it wasn't detailed enough to satisfy them. 


Last Saturday, December 8, 2018, Pilipinas Shell opened the doors to its newly upgraded Malampaya Exhibit at The Mind Museum. The kids and I discovered how the power supply works in the Philippine--the fun and interactive way. 
We downloaded the free app--Journey to Malampaya which is available in both IOS and Google Play Store which guided our mini adventure at the Mind Museum's Shell Malampaya Exhibit. We had an experimental walkthrough to understand more deeply the journey of natural gas--watched how gas is formed, extracted, and distributed from start to end before it powers up to 40% of homes in Luzon. 




Kids and kids-at-heart can play and gain more knowledge at the newly-installed fun, interactive wall. See the journey of natural gas unfold in the augmented reality feature. Get to know what Phase 3 of the Malampaya Gas-to-Power Project is all about and learn some trivia on what makes it extra special as an engineering feat in the country. The redesigned exhibit will take up an expanded space of the “How Things Work” wing, located at the second level of The Mind Museum. Visitors are invited to download the free Journey to Malampaya app available via Google Play and iOS Store for a more fruitful learning experience.


The Malampaya Exhibit first opened to the public in March 2012. Its goal is to inform museum visitors of the process of gathering, transforming, and distributing natural gas, which is a less pollutive alternative resource to coal and oil. The project showcases the engineering feat conducted in the Malampaya project in Palawan to extract the 2.7 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in the area.

Visit the Malampaya Exhibit at The Mind Museum to know more about the innovative engineering feat that powers a good portion of the nation, and discovers more about how human ingenuity harnesses natural gas to fuel our daily lives.






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