The minister of Petroleum, Eng. Sameh Fahmy declared that the petroleum sector will provide all the support to the educational system, focusing on divisions that will improve the level of oil production in Egypt.
That came during the signing of the technical cooperation protocol between experts from the educational system and the petroleum sector to develop Suez’s Faculty of Petroleum and Mining Engineering, and included the presence of Dr. Hany Hilal, Minister of Higher Education and State for Scientific Research, Suez Governor General Mohamed Saif Eddin Galal and Prof. Mohamed El Zoghby, President of Suez Canal University.
Fahmy praised Suez’s Faculty of Petroleum Engineering and Mining as it’s one of the top faculties in Egypt, which is joined by elite of groups with the highest school degrees, and that the petroleum sector is keen to give all the assist and support to this faculty.
He added that this support will come through supplying the educational facilities altogether and laboratories with enhanced equipments, and upgrade the educational process to achieve a higher quality of performance.
From his side, Dr. Hany Hilal, Minister of Higher Education and State for Scientific Research stressed on the importance of this agreement as a good step towards finding more solutions for Egypt’s importing issues.
Suez Governor General Mohamed Saif Eddin Galal also added that this cooperation will contribute to the development of the province and offer new job opportunities through distinctive economic projects.
He added that the district delivered its part of the agreement by granting a 15 acres technology complex for this project.