(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
BAKU, Azerbaijan, June 2. Azerbaijan and bp are
holding discussions on renewable energy projects, Vice-President
for Caspian Communications and Advocacy Bakhtiyar Aslanbayli said
at the 27th Baku Energy Forum, Trend reports.
According to him, the continuation of the Baku Energy Forum will
take place in Azerbaijan's liberated Shusha on June 4, 2022.
'Shusha is expected to host the signing of an agreement between
Azerbaijan and bp. The sides are currently negotiating on renewable
energy projects, and studying investment opportunities,' the VP
Aslanbayli noted that optimizing the HR employment legislation
is also underway.
'Azerbaijan has been the country of training oil and gas experts
for a long period of time. Now we see the need for new human
resources in the renewable energy industry. Renewable energy
projects do require the personnel available to service such kind of
projects,' he stated. 'Thus, we are working with international
universities on forming appropriate educational programs in this
'bp and local universities are intended to create a joint
cyberlab. For example, ADA University and George Washington
University (GW) are cooperating in the field of project management.
Many other similar projects are also being done in the country,' he
Aslanbayli emphasized that the lessons would also be held in
English along with the translation of the world's leading
universities' study programs into Azerbaijani.
'The cooperation document on renewable energy signed between the
Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University (ASOIU) and bp
Exploration (Caspian Si) Limited, on June 2, will allow 40
Azerbaijani students to get a master's degree in renewable energy,'
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