The German Professor and economist acquainted the teachers and students of the IFNTUOG with the experience of Germany in the field of energy and economy

On June 23, 2016 a lecture on "The German Experience in the field of energy and economу. Transformation processes of renewable energy use" was held by Doctor of Economics, Professor of Technical University of Dresden Georg Milbradt (former Minister-President of Saxony) in the Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas.
It was Georg Milbradt’s first official visit to the Carpathian region in the framework of the project "Consultancy Fund, the implementation of the reform" of the German society for international cooperation (GIZ Ukraine). He was accompanied by an expert on economic development Tetiana Ventsel. The day before a high German official, who has extensive experience in management work (arbitrator from the tariff negotiations in the public service of the Federation and the Union of employers ' associations (2010).; The Chairman Of The Fund "Forum Of Federation, Canada. 2013), spoke with the Ivano-Frankivsk public representatives in the building of the Ivano-Frankivsk regional state administration, focusing on the issues of decentralization, local governments, improving public financial management for sustainable economic development.

The IFNTUOG student became the winner of prestigious competition

In 2015, student of the specialty "Management", of the Institute of economics and management in oil and gas complex of IFNTUOG Volodymyr Radevych won the international creative competition " 2015 USFUCA Worldwide Youth Contest - "The Year of Light" held under the auspices of UNESCO and the World Genesis Foundation. Participation in the competition was attended by young people of different ages from 78 countries around the world. Volodymyr has won in the junior age category (15-19 years).

The IFNTUOG student was handed a victory for the essay entitled "The Light of the heart - the light of the progress":



Cooperation with Norway for the independence of the state

 On May 27, 2016 a seminar-meeting of representatives of oil and gas production and scientific community of Ukraine with a delegation of oil and gas experts from Norway with the aim of establishing cooperation between the enterprises of the oil and gas sector and the scientific community of the Kingdom of Norway and Ukraine was held at the premises of the Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas. The co-organizers of the meeting are the Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas and the Norwegian-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce (NUCC) in cooperation with the Embassy of the Kingdom of Norway in Ukraine. Part of the Norwegian delegation included top managers of the leading oil and gas companies. Visit of the Norwegian delegation began with a tour of the oil wells of Ukrnafta and visit to the Museum of oil fields of Galicia.

Study visit to Norway

On April 22- June 3, 2016 a study visit to Stavanger, Norway on the topic of state regulation of oil and gas resources” was held. The Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas was represented by Associate Professor of the Department of development and exploitation of oil and gas fields Oleksandr Hutak. 

The lecture-presentation by the Professor from Miskolc University under the Ersamus + program

The professors of Miskolc University (Drs. Habor Mukshi and Shandor Nagy) visited our university on May 18-19, 2016 under the program of international academic mobility “Erasmus +”.
According to the academic mobility plan signed by representatives of both universities, Dr. Mukshi delivered lectures to the students and teachers on “Conversion of industrial waste into value-added products and their impact on the environment.”
Also, Dr. Mukshi made a presentation about Miskolc University; spoke about the possibility of student exchanges, laboratory facilities, subject curricula and educational offers in Hungarian university.
The presentation made by Sandor Nagy on “Enrichment and restoration of critical components from recycled material” was of a considerable interest.
Abstracts of the presentations will be available later.


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