Students of Lanzhou University of Technology came to the Mining University to participate in the International Summer School, named ”Modern Energy Technologies”.
More than 1300 young oil-industry workers from sixty-two countries came to St. Petersburg to participate in the Youth Forum of the World Petroleum Council. During this week, young specialists exchange experiences with each other and meet the industry leaders.
The government of the state, which located between the Victoria Falls and the Limpopo River, is going to train highly qualified mining engineers in St. Petersburg and look for "new ways to develop the education".
PJSC LUKOIL has become the Gold Sponsor of the 6th Future Leaders Forum of the World Petroleum Council. The agreement establishing the terms of cooperation has been signed between the Company and the Russian National Committee of the World Petroleum Council.
The journal of the Mining University, which is celebrating this year its 112th anniversary, has been accepted for inclusion in the Scopus database. A request for inclusion in the database was accepted by the Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB). The indexing process for Scopus will start within the next three months.
Five post-graduate students from Saint-Petersburg Mining University were awarded with prizes for steel industry participants at Saarland in Germany.
A decision to hold an international youth conference of the World Petroleum Council (WPC) in Saint-Petersburg has fully served its purpose. This is the opinion of the CEO of the organization Pierce Riemer, which he stated once having familiarized himself with the Mining University infrastructure.
“German-Russian Raw Materials Dialogue on River Saar” conference held in Völklinger Hutte old factory building started on thursday, the 14th of June, in town of Völklingen, Germany.
The International European Symposium EUROCK 2018 took place in Saint Petersburg. According to its participants’ opinion one of the major challenges facing humanity is the constantly growing consumption which cannot be ensured without expanding the production of commodities and, as the result, without damaging ecosystems.
XI Russian-German Raw Materials Dialogue came to its end on the 8th of November. During the event, which was held in Potsdam, numerous issues were discussed.