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There are more women working in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) roles than ever before, however, still far fewer than their male counterparts. In celebration of STEM day on November 8 2018, EXPRO released short films to highlight the importance of encouraging women into these roles and benefits of pursuing such a career.

EXPRO’s Global Head of Innovation, Dr Alexandra Rogacheva, talks to us about the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) roles in today’s modern world. She gives us insight into her career journey and how she is still inspired daily by her peers in STEM roles. Watch her video here:

Expro’s Marta Marjan also wants to encourage young people into STEM roles. She explains her role as a Project Manager in an easy to understand way, to inspire the next generation of creative talent into STEM careers. Marta wants us to share our creative ideas and not be disheartened when people don’t like them. Her advice is beneficial to young people, teens and even us adults! Watch Marta’s video below:

To learn more, visit the Expro blog.

Continuous Improvement Network (CIN)

Collaboration is key to the delivery of operational excellence, necessary for survival of our industry and at the heart of all successful continuous improvement programmes. There is no existing network of Oil and Gas Continuous Improvement Professionals nor industry standard for continuous improvement training. The aim of this network is to facilitate collaboration between Oil & Gas Continuous Improvement Specialists.

Objectives of this network are to:
• Support the work of the Efficiency Task Force by increasing awareness of and engagement in outputs and activities;
• Facilitate sharing of continuous improvement knowledge and experience (CI governance, tools, lessons learned & learning from other industries;
• Develop and utilise an Oil & Gas Standard for Continuous Improvement (in conjunction with ECITB).

For more information on the Continuous Improvement Network event or how to get involved contact Mariesha Jaffray at mjaffray@oilandgasuk.co.uk

 

Work Group

 

Brian Rodger, Nexen

Mariesha Jaffray, Oil & Gas UK

Michael Allan, Nexen

Click here for the readiness tool.

 

Oil & Gas UK – Exploration tools & initiatives

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EXPRO celebrates women in STEM

There are more women working in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) roles than ever before, however, still far fewer than their male counterparts. In celebration of STEM day on November 8 2018, EXPRO released short films to highlight the importance of encouraging women into these roles and benefits of pursuing such a career.

EXPRO’s Global Head of Innovation, Dr Alexandra Rogacheva, talks to us about the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) roles in today’s modern world. She gives us insight into her career journey and how she is still inspired daily by her peers in STEM roles. Watch her video here:

Expro’s Marta Marjan also wants to encourage young people into STEM roles. She explains her role as a Project Manager in an easy to understand way, to inspire the next generation of creative talent into STEM careers. Marta wants us to share our creative ideas and not be disheartened when people don’t like them. Her advice is beneficial to young people, teens and even us adults! Watch Marta’s video below:

To learn more, visit the Expro blog.

Continuous Improvement Network (CIN)

Continuous Improvement Network (CIN)

Collaboration is key to the delivery of operational excellence, necessary for survival of our industry and at the heart of all successful continuous improvement programmes. There is no existing network of Oil and Gas Continuous Improvement Professionals nor industry standard for continuous improvement training. The aim of this network is to facilitate collaboration between Oil & Gas Continuous Improvement Specialists.

Objectives of this network are to:
• Support the work of the Efficiency Task Force by increasing awareness of and engagement in outputs and activities;
• Facilitate sharing of continuous improvement knowledge and experience (CI governance, tools, lessons learned & learning from other industries;
• Develop and utilise an Oil & Gas Standard for Continuous Improvement (in conjunction with ECITB).

For more information on the Continuous Improvement Network event or how to get involved contact Mariesha Jaffray at mjaffray@oilandgasuk.co.uk

 

Work Group

 

Brian Rodger, Nexen

Mariesha Jaffray, Oil & Gas UK

Michael Allan, Nexen

Click here for the readiness tool.