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.
Charles Hendry, a participant of the Russian-British Raw Materials Dialogue, held a lecture at the Mining University on the future of energy sector.
Among the tasks of the newly established center is developing a unified system of international professional certification of engineers, as well as implementation into production of innovative technologies for the purposes of increasing the efficiency and occupational safety at the enterprises of the mineral resources sector.
As a part of the Russian-British Raw Materials Dialogue, a business session was held in Saint-Petersburg Mining University. Executives and specialists from both countries attended the meeting to participate in a discussion mainly relating to future outlook for trade and investment cooperation between our countries.
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.