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Andrei Guriev, PhosAgro’s CEO, said that the plant’s products in the Leningrad Region are designed for the domestic and foreign markets. The company will continue to export their products to Europe and to Latin America.
The government of the state, which located between the Victoria Falls and the Limpopo River, is going to train highly qualified mining engineers in St. Petersburg and look for ”new ways to develop the education”.
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Among the tasks of the newly established center is developing a unified system of international professional certification of engineers, as well as implementation into production of innovative technologies for the purposes of increasing the efficiency and occupational safety at the enterprises of the mineral resources sector.
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As in 2018 Saint-Petersburg Mining University, the oldest higher technical educational institution in Russia, celebrated its 245th birthday, ”Forpost” has conducted an interview with Vladimir Litvinenko, the Principal of the University, on the topic of international cooperation. Some details on the ongoing international projects have been provided in the interview.
Russia has plans to invest 13.5 trillion rubles in development of the Arctic region
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Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Great Britain in Russia Laurie Bristow paid a working visit to Saint-Petersburg Mining University.
As young people from the Ivory Coast believe, their country needs specialists who are capable of managing mining enterprises. It is not only engineers who are needed but also the teachers. Students need someone who can transfer knowledge to them. According to ”Forpost”, over the coming years there will be a lot to do for both the teachers and engineers.
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This year oil producer Rosneft has increased volumes of production drilling by 4.5%. As global experts say, Russian oil and gas companies will be forced to increase production volumes even further. As a reason they cite that most of the fields are running out of oil, which means that new reserves are to be developed. ”Forpost” decided to ask Mikhail Dvoynikov, the Head in the Department of Drilling at Saint-Petersburg Mining University, a few related questions, such as how much would it cost to drill the new well, as well as if it is possible to make its construction cheaper, thus reducing oil production costs.
In October, Polyus Aldan JSC, the oldest gold mining enterprise of our country, set a new mining record – 5 tons of this precious metal has been produced since the beginning of the year. In connection with this, ”Forpost” decided to ask Aleksey Noskov, the Managing Director of the company, a few related questions: how did they manage to yield such an impressive result, what is the effect of production increase on gold reserves of our country, when do we catch up on Australia and surpass production volumes that Australia has already reached.
The Second Russian-British Raw Materials Dialogue, which took place in London, has come to its end. The main purpose of this event was to create a platform that would facilitate mutually beneficial cooperation in the raw materials industry. The development of joint projects regarding the efficient use of minerals was another matter under discussion. The following issues were on the agenda: business climate improvement, providing conditions for increased investment activity, training engineers to work with mineral resources and joint field development in the isolated areas of the Far North.