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Are Women Equally Represented in the Engineering Sector?

Are we doing enough to encourage young women to get into engineering? Currently, it seems that much more could be done. The number of women entering into roles in the STEM industry is much lower than that of men. This disjunction is odd, considering the fact that a higher number of girls than boys ...

stephen avv


Posted 1 day agoOpinion > EngineeringcareersCareers in Oil & gas +7

NES Global Talent joins Pink Petro to help diversify the energy workforce

NES Global Talent joins Pink Petro to help diversify the energy workforce Partnership solidifies NES corporate commitment to providing top talent to oil and gas, chemicals, power and more ALTRINCHAM, UK — (May 8, 2018) — NES Global Talent, an international staffing firm specializing in techno ...

Kristen Quinn


Posted 1 year agoPress > Women in EnergyWomen in OilCareers in Oil & gas +3

Memorandum Of Understanding Between Petroedge Pte Ltd, Nrgedge Pte Ltd And Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

PUTRAJAYA, 27th September – Heriot-Watt University Malaysia is pleased to announce that it has embarked on a three-year partnership with PetroEdge Pte. Ltd. (AsiaEdge Pte. Ltd.) and NrgEdge Pte. Ltd. today. This collaboration is aimed at nurturing Heriot-Watt University Malaysia students to be in ...

Nrgedge Admin - NrgEdge


Posted 2 years agoPress > oil industryMalaysiaCareers in Oil & gas +2

How to Narrow the Gap - Getting Established (or Ahead) in the Oil & Gas Industry

More than five years after a profile article was originally published on RigZone.com (original source) and cDiver.net - and after a recently released interview on Drillers.com ( https://drillers.com/eric-roth-interview/ ), and here on OilVoice.com - I still often receive emails from either young p ...

Eric Roth


Posted 2 years agoOpinion > Career DevelopmentCareer OpportunitiesCareers in Oil & gas +3

Warren Business Consulting 2017 Industry Predictions

E&P training specialist Warren Business Consulting has launched its annual industry survey to assess the mood of upstream staff around the world. Last year the mood was unrelentingly pessimistic: too much so perhaps, given the increase in the oil price (most respondents forecast a price below $40) ...

Warren Business Consulting - Warren Business Consulting


Posted 2 years agoPress > Oil Price predictionsFuture of the Oil industryCareers in Oil & gas +6