170 Iraqi nationals complete Lukoil training
Moscow, August 28, 2013
About 170 Iraqi nationals completed a training programme at Lukoil Overseas Mid-East, a Russia-based subsidiary that manages international oil and gas production and exploration projects.
The trainees were assigned to different facilities of the West Qurna-2 field, in Basra province, depending on their obtained qualifications, including well production, treatment of oil and gas, instrumentation and control, electrical and mechanical engineering.
The training programme consisted of several competency-oriented modules and covers necessary applied technical disciplines, HSE, leadership development courses, and on-the-job training, said a statement.
The centre also hosts specialised computer-equipped training laboratories for English language and special disciplines, a library, technical support office and training workshops.
A second group of 160 students will complete their training in May 2014 and a third group of 180 students will begin in January 2014, said the statement.
The training was provided by SPIE Oil & Gas Services, a leader in the area of training technical personnel for large oil and gas projects, it said. - TradeArabia News Service
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