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“I would like to congratulate all the participating schools, mentors and Tech Fest organisers for yet another hugely successful event.
The calibre of entries was outstanding and the pupils did an excellent job representing their schools and showcasing the wealth of skills and talent we have here on our doorstep.” For the energy companies which support the initiative, STEM in the Pipeline plays a key role in inspiring young people’s interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
STEM in the Pipeline is sponsored by BP, Chevron and Conoco Phillips, and supported by the University of Aberdeen, the Energy Institute, the Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain, the Project Management Institute and the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA).
“A few of the energy professionals remarked that they would be pleased to offer the students a job based on their entries, so I think that demonstrates just how strong this year’s competition was.” "Developing future capability and talent in STEM subjects is key for the success of our industry.
(Brackley, Northamptonshire) Dr Philip John Director General Rycroft. For services to the UK's Devolved and Coalition Governments.
Prime Minister's Envoy on UN Development Goals, Department for International Development. (Brighton, East Sussex) Michael Charles Lancaster Carpenter. For services to Parliament and voluntary service to the community in Surrey. For services to Criminal Justice and Policing Reform.
Alies Bartelds, acting managing director of Tech Fest, told pupils they should all be very proud of themselves.
“Every year at STEM in the Pipeline the pupils completely trump our expectations.