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21/09/2015 News

Total supports training in Angola

ANGOLA_2015_INP_ENG_04_INP Career Fair

For the 3rd consecutive year, Total E&P Angola is the Gold Sponsor for the INP Career Fair.

Organized by the National Institute of Petroleum - INP - in partnership with the Ministries of Petroleum and Education and sponsored by Total, this yearly event intends to gather those institutions in an effort to facilitate a successful transition into the labor market for senior students.

This year’s fair, entitled “The future of the oil industry starts here” took place on September 11-12, 2015 at the INP premises in Sumbe, Cuanza-Sul Province. Senior students presented their work and projects while 25 national and foreign companies showcased their activities as operators or contractors in the oil and mining industry. About 2,000 visitors attended the Fair. The INP Executive Committee, host of the event, welcomed representatives from Provincial Government, Total E&P Angola and more than a hundred different company representatives, as well as INP students and teachers.

Total E&P Angola presented an exhibition stand featuring its industrial activities such as CLOV and KAOMBO, as well as information on Total’s corporate responsibility policy and commitment to education, training, and human resources. In the framework of its social responsibility projects, the most recent agreement signed between Total and Sonangol was presented, AWANGO BY TOTAL to market lamps and photovoltaic panels as an alternative response to provide access to energy to the most unprivileged communities. The oil company gave a presentation to around 300 INP students and teachers on the topic of « Total’s commitment to education in Angola ».