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Mexico, UK and France promote talent development in energy sector




Mexico (Notimex) – Mexico, the UK and France are working together to promote talent development in the hydrocarbons industry.

The project, with investments worth some $1.5 billion, is part of a strategy to strengthen training in human resources, technology development and innovation, said Mexican Energy Minister Pedro Joaquín Coldwell.

Each project will have a foreign partner that will work with the Mexican Superior Education Institution or Research Center, in order to support the new talent development programs.

The human resources projects will be led by the University of Aberdeen, the Robert Gordon University, Imperial College London and the IFP Energies Nouvelles.

The Mexican institutions that will take part in the projects are the Mexican Petroleum Institute; National Polytechnical Institute; Center for Advanced Technology; the UNAM Institute for Legal Research; the Potosino Institute for Technological and Scientific Research; the Américas Puebla University and the Monterrey Technological Institute for Superior Studies (ITESM).

Photo: Mexican Energy Minister Pedro Joaquín Coldwell. Notimex/Special

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