An agreement with Alagoas University is the company’s first in the State
The energy integration company, OrigemEnergia and Alagoas Federal University (UFAL) just signed a partnership providing for retaining university students to be interns at the company.
The first opportunity is for the Oil Engineering Course; candidates should have availability to work forone year, at least, and having attended the disciplines “Drilling”, “Lift”, “Production” and “Reservoir”. Other criteria for the vacancies are availability for traveling, advanced English, B type driver’s license, knowledge of Microsoft Office Package and Dashboards (Excel and Power BI).
Internship is for support in the activities of planning, follow-up and management of operations of transition of the Alagoas Complex; organization and analysis of data; assistance to planning and execution of operations; follow-up and preparation of reports, studies and applications of optimization of production, compliance with regulatory bodies.
“Different from some internship opportunities, we are working with a 12-month perspective (and not 6 months) for this journey in our company. We believe that this is the time required for the interns to learn and getting to know well our company; our intention is to seek interested college students, with potential and prepare excellent professionals. We understand that the proximity of the private sector with the universities should be valued and may generate quite positive impacts”, explains the COO and co-founder of OrigemEnergia, Luna Viana.
That is the case of the research project with Sergipe Federal University (UFS). In partnership with the University Progeologia Lab, the potential of hydrocarbons of 45 wells will be reassessed in the Tucano Sul Basin where the natural gas complex of the same name is located, contemplating the fields of Conceição, Fazenda Matinha, Fazenda Santa Rosa andQuererá.
“The purpose of the research is to provide the quality control of existing and in-progress studies related to the areas of geology, geophysics and reservoirs of the Complex, thus making the Origem technical team more secure at the decision-making time”, clarified the company COO. The project started last June and is scheduled to complete in July next year.
The company has also opened an internship program in the Tucano Sul Complex for Engineering students; the opportunity is offered to Alagoinhas, a town in Bahia countryside, where the intern will support the Complex base management actions, assist in the planning and execution of operations, help in the maintenance operations among other activities.
“We are aware of the OrigemEnergia’s influence on the regions where it operates and we believe that partnerships with reference centers, especially with college institutions, will be essential in the process of local social development.”, concludes Luna Viana.