ON FEBRUARY 12 SELECT EMPLOYEES OF IRAQ’S MINISTRY OF OIL AND SOUTH OIL COMPANY CAME TO PERM, RUSSIA TO BEGIN A SERIES OF EDUCATIONAL COURSES AS PART OF LUKOIL’S STIPEND PROGRAM FOR THE BLOCK 10 PROJECT IN SOUTHERN IRAQ. THE COURSES TOOK PLACE AT THE LOCAL LUKOIL-PERMNEFTEORGSYNTEZ TRAINING CENTER AND INCLUDED CLASSES ON USING AND MAINTAINING CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS, CATALYTIC PROCESSES IN OIL TRANSPORTATION AND ADVANCED VIBRATION MONITORING SYSTEMS.
Eldar Garaev, GR Manager, Block 10
The educational program, which lasted nearly one month, included standard lectures combined with field trips to production sites. The guests appreciated the ability to see what they had learned in the classroom with their own eyes on-site. The city of Perm itself, trapped amid a winter cold spell in -30 degree weather, also made an obvious impression on the visiting Iraqis, who also had a chance to experience the region’s tourist and cultural attractions during their one-month stay.
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