Empowering youth with high level skills

For one more year, Energean hosts, with great pride, College students for their internships and for summer work, during the summer of 2018.



The students are hosted at the Athens offices, as well as the company’s onshore facilities at Nea Karvali, in the Gulf of Kavala, where Greece's sole oil & gas production and processing are in operation. 

More specifically:

  • Four students from the (EMaTTech - TEI Kavalas) are performing their 6-month internships (paid practice, from April to September of 2018).
  • Three students are summer interns, following a mandatory 4-week paid internship for their junior year in College. A student of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), who is studying to be a Mining Engineer, a Metallurgical Engineer to be at the Technical University of Crete and a student of the University of Bath, who is studying to be a Chemical Engineer.
  • Another seven students are College students that Energean offered them a 2-month paid internship for the summer months of 2018.

Steadily and over time, Energean supports the new generation of oil and gas scientists of Greece, by supplying them with all kinds of opportunities that will help them develop their skills. These upcoming scientists will staff a very promising sector that may play a key role in the recovery of the Greek economy in the future.

It should be noted that the Deans of their Universities propose the College students that perform their practices and/or internships with Energean every year, while they go through interviews with the company’s management in order to follow the high acceptance requirements and standards that Energean holds.

Energean believes that empowering youth with high skills and having the industry connected to education secures further development of the hydrocarbons sector in conditions of absolute safety for the local societies and in full respect of the environment.