Students visit LUKOIL facilities as part of More Than a Job projectYury Nurmeev
The project is supervised by the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs and its partners.
During the trip, 15 students of geology and petroleum engineering toured Polazna oil field in Perm Krai, visited a field treatment installation in Kamenny Log, and went to the company’s labs and centers. A meeting at the Government of Perm Krai then followed.
“It was very interesting for me as a student who had previously visited the enterprises of Lukoil-Western Siberia LLC to see the differences in field operation, to see new technologies. During the trip we had time to visit 4th petroleum production unit, a research center, a polytechnic institute and other interesting places. Our attendants and people at the enterprises readily answered all our questions. We had only the most positive impressions from the trip. I am glad that I was able to become a participant of More than a Job and touch the world of the Perm Krai oil and gas industry,” says senior year student Almaz Murtazin.
At KFU, the project is supported by the Center for Temporary Student Employment.
Head of the Center Nail Vyalshin comments, “Thanks to close cooperation with the Rosmolodezh project, every KFU student can visit our country’s enterprises. On March 29, 2023, KFU and the federal state budgetary institution Center for Assistance to Young Specialists signed an agreement on cooperation and collaboration within the framework of the More than a Job project. This project is open to students and graduates of professional educational organizations and educational organizations of higher education aged 18 to 35 years old.”