Mining & Energy
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Lúrio University and Saipem yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) at Lúrio University Engineering Faculty in Pemba. The MoU was signed by Francisco Noa, Rector of Lúrio University, and Sebastiano Roccuzzo, Head of Human Resources at Saipem.
Under the MoU, Lúrio University and Saipem will collaborate in programmes of mutual interest, focused on enhancing competencies in engineering and construction and in project management for the energy and infrastructure sector.
The agreement with Lúrio University is a major milestone in Saipem’s mission to create long-term value and contribute to local socio-economic development while supporting its operational activities in Mozambique.
The MoU encompasses transfer student scholarships, sponsored internships and exchange programmes abroad exploiting Saipem’s network worldwide, co-organisation of academic conferences, seminars and workshops, and collaboration in the joint development of educational projects of mutual interest.
Saipem is a leading company in engineering, drilling and construction of major projects in the energy and infrastructure sectors. It is “One-Company” organized in five business divisions (Offshore E&C, Onshore E&C, Offshore Drilling, Onshore Drilling and XSIGHT, dedicated to conceptual design). Saipem is a global solution provider with distinctive skills and competences and high-tech assets, which it uses to identify solutions aimed at satisfying customer requirements. Listed on the Milan Stock Exchange, it is present in over 70 countries worldwide and has 32,000 employees of 120 different nationalities.
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