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  • As the Year of Engineering draws to a close the EI has been proud to be a supporter of what has been an inspiring initiative celebrating the exciting world of engineering.Led by the UK government, the Year of Engineering has aimed to encourage more young people, especially young girls, to consi...

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  • SPECIAL FEATURES12 DECOMMISSIONING NORTH SEA - Heading for uncharted waters20 AVIATION - JET FUEL - Up, up and away26 OIL 8: GAS ~ SKILLS SHORTAGE - Holding back the talent tide or riding the wave?39 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EI - Facing the futureFEATURES24 PRODUCTION ~ COMPANIES - BP is now the...

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    Record type: Issue

  • SPECIAL FEATURES13 RUSSIA- FORECAST - Russian oil and gas - gaining momentum16  CENTRAL ASIA - PIPELINES Getting the oil and gas out of the Caspian region21 CASPIAN - PIPELINES - Perseverance brings CPC pipeline onstream26 FABRICATION - MARKET REVIEW Hanging on in thereFEATURES19 NORTH SEA - E&...

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  • The new edition of the worlds largest energy recruitment and employment trends report the Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) - has found that most sectors are worried about a talent emergency due to a looming skills shortage.The report, supported by the EI, was put together by Airswift, the global...

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  • The energy industry is currently facing a large skills gap, caused in particular by an ageing workforce and limited investment in training and development. Energy Institute members have highlighted the supply of skilled workers as one of the biggest issues facing the UK energy industry this year.

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