Political tensions and sanctions have led to the situation when maintaining close cooperation between the EU and Russia at the federal level is no longer possible. As of now, the only way to develop economic relations and strengthen cooperation in education and research is to keep regional cooperation alive.
Magnezit Group, Russian leading manufacturer of refractory products, informed of planning to plant a million trees on the industrial waste discharges of one the company’s plants, in Satka (Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia). If the plan is actually implemented, it will become the most ambitious Russian project ever, aimed at restoration of the land damaged as a result of mining activities.
A delegation from the UK, who came to St. Petersburg to participate in the Russian-British Raw Materials Dialogue, aims to destroy the negative buzz surrounding Russia that builds up in the Western media.
One of the main advantages of meetings held in the forum format is in the opportunity to establish real contacts between the scientific and business communities of two countries, achieved by switching from exchange of opinions and theoretical discussions to more practical concerns
London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) announced the Green Economy Mark to support companies’ transition to low-carbon sustainable business models.
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.
Kirill Molodtsov, the Assistant Head of the RF President’s Administration, who is on a working visit to St. Petersburg, gave his comments on why the Youth forum of the World Petroleum Council has been so greatly supported by our country’s leaders.
The largest Central European oil and gas company supports an idea that cooperation in the science and technology is the key to prosperous life in the future.
British IOM3 is invited as a partner of the Mining University to conduct qualifications assessments of mining staff.
Mining University and the London Stock Exchange came to agreement on working together in the area of assessing human resource capacities of mining companies. It is expected that cooperation will be carried out within the framework of activities of the International Competence Centre under the auspices of UNESCO.