The Russian gas tycoon Gasprom, the Dutch gas company Gasuni and the Energy Institute of the Dutch city of Groningen has signed an agreement on cooperation in personnel training and knowledge exchange in the energy sphere.
"The agreement opens new perspective for Gasprom in personnel training and development," the release of the company's press service reads.
The agreement envisages training of specialists from Gasprom and Gasuni and organization of seminars and round tables for the companies' senior management.
In compliance with the agreement, the Energy Institute of Groningen, as well as the city's university together with the Russian Gubkin State Oil and Gas University and other institutes will work out a special programme, whose participants will receive a Master's degree in management in the energy sphere.
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