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UKA 2019

For the past 12 years Equinor has been UKA’s main sponsor, and in 2019 we’re proud to take on this role yet again. The collaboration between our two institutions is an important contributor to the progress of innovation and technology in Norway and is a key pillar of the energy transition.
 

We kindly invite you to come meet us during UKA! We will be discussing the Equinor journey towards becoming a broad energy company, how we work actively to reduce climate emissions and showcase which innovative technologies we’re using to make a difference.

Where to find us during UKA’19

Fundamental changes are happening in our industry. The challenges of satisfying a growing global energy demand in a sustainable manner are vast and multifaceted. Please join us for our company day on October 3rd to learn how we’re working to be at forefront of the energy transition and see how we’re using the latest technologies to shape the future of energy.

Meet us at Realfagsbygget, where our CEO and many other exciting speakers will be presenting. After the presentations we welcome you to grab something to eat and drink at our smoothie bar and meet many of our passionate colleagues at the stand areas. 

Location: Realfagsbygget
Company presentation: 11:00 - 12:15
Technologies Showcase: 10:00 - 15:00
Game of drones: 13:15 – 14:00

Time

What

 

11:00 - 11:05

Welcome

 

11:05 - 11:20

Energy transition - Eldar Sætre (CEO)

 

11:20 - 11:30

Future workforce – Ana Nordang (CHRO)

 

11:30 - 11:40

Digitalization & Johan Sverdrup – Maximilian Schuberth.

 

11:40 - 12:00

Dialogue with speakers and the audience

 

12:01 - 12:11

NTNU Energy winners presented

 

12:11 - 12:15

Closing remarks

 

TECHathon, a hackathon focusing on drone tech in collaboration with Ascend NTNU.

The 48-hour long programming competition consists of teams of 3-4 people, focusing on autonomous aerial robotics. The teams work on solutions to problems related to autonomous drones. We will serve food and drinks.

Location: FRAM, Gløshaugen
Time: October 11th 15:00 – October 13th 17:00

It is with pleasure that we repeat the success from 2017 and visit the Dragvoll campus. Please join us for a deep-dive into the career opportunities at Equinor for Dragvoll students. We will be serving food and drinks.

Location: Dragvoll "Sandkassa"
Time: 16:00 - 18:00

Please join our subject matter experts for a snack and a chat. Whether you have always wondered how to apply theory to practice within your field, or have a concrete question, Equinor employees within various disciplines will be available for any relevant questions and/ or reflections you might have. 

Location: Realfagsbygget
Time: 10:30 to 13:30

During Green week at UKA, we would like to invite you to an open discussion about climate, energy and technology – how is it all connected?

NTNU students will take the stage together with Equinor to speak about the future of energy and hear your thoughts and comments on the energy transition. We will serve food and drinks.

Location: Klubben, Samfundet 
Time: 16:00 – 21:00

To succeed in shaping the future of energy we rely on teamwork and strategic mindsets.

Join us for this year’s case competition as we look at the cities of the future – how can we make them smart and viable?

Location: Klubben, Samfundet 
Time: 12:00 – 18:00

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Do you want to help shape the future of energy? ​

Your master thesis might change the way
our industry develops! ​

We have several topics for master thesis writing within Equinor, and we are interested in your suggestions and views. Writing a master thesis in collaboration with us gives you the opportunity to help us solve some of the challenges our industry is currently facing. Your perspectives and inputs are important to us.

Some of the master thesis topics will be written in collaboration with relevant departments at your university, and some will require you to work from our Equinor office.

You can learn more about some of the master thesis we offer at our stand during UKA. 

Digital technologies and facilities in Equinor focus on improved safety, increased value creation, reduced carbon footprint and enabling new business models. The full potential of data is yet to be unlocked using advanced technology such as cloud computing, microservice architectures, machine learning, artificial intelligence. ​

Your idea might just be what we need to push forward the energy transition. 

Relevant education and background:​

  • Electrical power engineering​
  • Automation engineering/Cybernetics & robotics/Telecommunication​
  • Mechanical (rotating mechanical equipment, static mechanical equipment, HVAC, fluid mechanics)​
  • Process, chemical engineering & flow assurance​
  • Geotechnics, Geophysics & geomatics/Marine technology/Structural engineering​
  • Subsea & pipeline engineering​
  • Technical safety/Sustainability/Climate & env. Tech/Tech working environment​

Additional education in areas such as technology, information technology, economics and management are also relevant.

As the world’s population grows and becomes more prosperous, we will need more sustainable energy to meet global climate goals. Equinor now powers more than one million European homes with renewable offshore wind from four offshore wind farms in the United Kingdom and Germany.

There has been a lot of exciting progress in this area and we welcome your ideas on how to meet the growing energy demand. 

Relevant education and background:

  • Energy Engineering
  • Electrical power engineering​
  • Energy storage​
  • Geotechnical engineering​
  • Process engineering​
  • Materials science & engineering​
  • Automation engineering​
  • Electronic systems engineering​
  • Physics and mathematics​
  • Electrochemical engineering​
  • Process data analytics and simulation​
  • Chemistry​
  • Predictive analysis and machine learning

Additional education in areas such as technology, information technology, economics and management are also relevant.​

Would you like to explore how digital subsurface helps us be competitive and energy efficient?  

Hidden potential in subsurface data can be unlocked with strong core competence and emerging digital technologies. It allows us to increase efficiency and gain new insights in our core subsurface workflows.

We welcome your ideas on how to fully take advantage of our experience and data to increase the accuracy of our predictions.

Relevant education and background:​

  • Petroleum technology​
  • Petrophysics​
  • Geology​
  • Geophysics​
  • Chemical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering​
  • Electronics, cybernetics and automation​
  • Computer science​
  • Mathematics or physics​
  • Other scientific line of university study​

Additional education in areas such as technology, information technology, economics and management are also relevant. ​

Please note that Equinor collaborates with a variety of universities globally to offer students the opportunity to write their master thesis with us. Get in touch with regarding a potential collaboration through the following channels:

  • Summer internship program
  • University/department advisor
  • Meet us at a stand near you
  • Get in touch using our careers contact form. 

Investing in the future

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Teach First 2018

Would you like to participate in our Teach First Norway programme?

As a participant you’ll be working with some of the challenges our society is facing within science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), as well as receiving formal teaching education (PPU) and leadership training.