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1–3 March 2023
Bangkok, Thailand


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Energy Education: University Student Programme

At each IPTC event, final-year undergraduate science, geoscience and engineering students from around the world are invited to participate in IPTC’s Energy Education activities. This programme aims to give university students a clear insight into the industry they are about to join; to allow them to return to their universities and colleges with a positive story to relate to their fellow students and to provide opportunities for students to form new friendships and work together on a joint activity. This programme also provides students with the opportunity to interact with a number of major industry employers who are looking to recruit the best talent from institutions around the world.


Emerging Leaders Workshop

The IPTC Emerging Leaders Workshop will offer the opportunity for young professionals (YPs) to get together for a day of inspiration, education, and collaboration.

This interactive one-day programme aims to bring together high performing individuals, who are at the earlier stages of the career. The programme will appeal to YPs looking to advance into management and hone their professional skills by learning from key executives in the industry.  Additionally, this event will give emerging leaders the chance to engage with their peers to discuss the industry, and how the new era of engineers will contribute to its future development.  YPs will also have the chance to engage with industry and management professionals from around the globe, providing attendees with the chance to debate critical issues, fine tune soft skills, and address key challenges.  Activities will include panel and speaker sessions, round table discussions, interactive breakout sessions and more.

A Young Professional (YP) is defined as someone aged aged 35 or below or having less than 10 years’ experience in the industry.  Registration will open in late 2022.


Energy Education Workshop

This programme provides an opportunity for invited teachers to learn how energy works in our everyday lives and promote information about career opportunities in petroleum engineering and the upstream professions. This programme values the role teachers and energy professionals play in educating young people about the importance of energy and believes in the importance of giving teachers the tools they need to comfortably teach students on energy choices and careers. Through this workshop, teachers will experience hands-on activities using simple components to teach complicated engineering concepts used in oil and gas exploration and production.


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