Host visitors at our facilities: a pleasant task!

It has always been a pleasure for Energean to host at its facilities students and professionals who are directly or indirectly associated with the oil and gas industry.

It's in their best interest to become familiar with the way a hydrocarbons production complex operates; it's our responsibility to provide them with the know how and culture that will help them build a career which will be consistent with sustainability principles.

So far in 2018, Energean has hosted at its facilities:

-The faculty and postgraduate students of the Joint Master'S Degree Programme in "Energy Law and Engineering", which is run by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The guests were hosted at, and given a tour of the offshore and onshore facilities at Prinos and Nea Karvali respectively, in the Gulf of Kavala, and had the opportunity to become familiar with the industry in real conditions. 

-Students from the Department of Production and Management Engineering of the Democritus University of Thrace at our onshore facilities. The students were given a tour of the “Sigma” processing plant and introduced to the operating and safety procedures followed in Greece’s sole hydrocarbon producing and processing complex.

-Post graduate students from the MSc in Analysis and Management of Man-Made and Natural Disasters at our onshore facilites at Nea Karvali, Kavala, Greece. The MSc is administered by the Hellenic Fire Academy and the East Macedonia - Thrace Technical University (EMaTTech - TEI Kavalas), and the participants are active firemen and policemen.

-Thirteen postgraduate students from the MSc in Oil and Gas Technology of the East Macedonia and Thrace Technical University. The students have undergone the industrial training which is a prerequisite before concluding their studies.

We are committed to operating in a sustainable manner, and we are always there to support the next generation of scientists who are going to staff the hydrocarbon sector in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean.