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  • A recent survey by the Engineering Council has revealed that those holding the professional engineering qualifications - including Chartered Engineer (CEng), Incorporated Engineer (IEng) or Engineering Technician (EngTech) - are likely to have held on to their jobs during the recession. Asked their ...

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  • Doctorate boost for renewable energy engineering skills Three universities and several industry partners have combined forces to provide training for up to 50 of the best engineering students as part of a new Industrial Doctorate Centre in Offshore Renewable Energy (IDCORE). The £6.5mn investment to...

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  • Andarko is to provide support for a three-year lectureship in petrophysics at Heriot-Watt University.

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  • ConocoPhillips has launched the latest release of its Search for Solutions video series. Produced in conjunction with the National Science Teachers Association, the 10-part series explores the nature and process of science. The series was distributed recently to more than 20,000 science teachers i...

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  • ChevronTexaco, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government of Angola covering the formation of two public-private partnerships as part of a $50mn overall initiative to...

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  • EnCana has announced a joint partnership with SAIT (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology), CAREERS: the Next Generation, South Eastern Alberta Youth Career Development and Alberta Education to create Canada's first Oil and Gas Production Field Operator Career Pathway programme, targeted at high ...

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  • The University of Manchester is to deliver executive education programmes for BP as part of a multi-million pound strategic partnership to establish a closer working relationship across recruitment activities, research, education, and the application of scientific knowledge. As part of this relation...

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  • The Energy Institute (EI) has welcomed the creation of the Department of Business, Innovations and Skills as part of the UK governments latest cabinet reshuffle. Linking academia and business into one government department to ensure that the skills acquired in universities are those needed by indu...

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  • The oil and gas extraction, chemicals manufacturing and petroleum industries Sector Skills Council (SSC) has received a licence to operate under the name cogent. The SSC will be chaired by John Mumford, Director of BP Oil UK. Congratulating the Council on securing its licence, John Healey MP, Mini...

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