Weir Oil & Gas announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University (ASOIU), a non-profit public higher education institution founded in 1920. The agreement will result in the company sharing their oil and gas expertise with ASOUI via workshops, seminars, joint projects and internship programs focusing on the technologies and products utilised in oil field equipment, as well as rotating machinery.
Weir and ASOIU will offer workshops involving the hands-on training of students in assembly, repair, inspecting and testing of equipment, as well as seminars on design, operation and testing of specific equipment to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Additionally, both parties will establish joint projects and Weir will enrol selected students in internship programs to prepare them for the industry.
Weir’s General Manager of Russia and Central Asia, Altug Bilgic, and ASOIU’s Rector, Mustafa Babanli, were on hand for the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding. Also in attendance was Dr. Carole Crofts, the British Ambassador to Azerbaijan.
“Weir is delighted to have signed this Memorandum of Understanding with Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University,” said Altug Bilgic, General Manager of Russia and Central Asia, Weir Oil & Gas. “The University is a highly-regarded institution and we look forward to providing real-world opportunities to expand on their current teachings.”
“Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University recognises Weir as a leader in the oil and gas industry and is thrilled to have the opportunity to learn from their expertise,” said Mustafa Babanli, Rector, Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University. “We believe that for our teachers and students alike, the education and support Weir can provide will lead to bettering our institution and preparing our students to be part of the industry’s future.”
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/special-reports/10042019/weir-oil-gas-signs-mou-with-azerbaijan-state-oil-and-industry-university/
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