National Oil Institute to train Sao Tomese staff
The Parliament Speaker of the Democratic Republic of Sao Tome, Dionisio Tome Dias, informed that the National Oil
Institute (INP) will train, in the future, Sao Tomese staff in the oil sector.
At the end of a visit of some hours to the Kwanza-Sul province, Tome Dias referred that INP has experience in training staff for the oil sector, what will be an added value for his country.
"INP is a well equipped institute, where trained staff are proving their work in various oil companies of the world",
recognised Dionisio Dias.
He added that his country chose Angola because of its consideration as an economically strong partner, with which it could share common aims for the development of both economies.
Since its creation, in the year 1980, INP trained more than 2,500 students in the professions of drilling, mechanics,
geology and mines, refrigeration, and electricity.
During his stay in Kwanza-Sul province, Dionisio Dias visited the Sumbe University Centre, the water captivation and treatment station, and the Binga waterfalls, and at the end meeting with members of the local Government. The President of the National Assembly of Sao Tome was accompanied to his visit by his Angolan counterpart, Roberto de Almeida, and by MPs from both countries.