Reganosa collaborates in training of MCAST students
Reganosa has made a presentation of its activity in Malta at the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology. The aim is collaborating in training students and helping them in the future young talent incorporation for the company.
Reganosa Malta operates the regasification facility of Electro Gas Malta that supplies the combined cycle gas turbines and engines to produce more than 80% of the Malta electricity demand. Reganosa develops its activity in the four continents promoting projects, operating infrastructures and designing solutions for the gas sector.
MCAST is part of the Central University based on the dual system of education. From the high school included, MCAST offers focused vocational programmes that provide students with degrees in high school and technician levels, engineering and master’s degrees. Students curricula at all levels need to include a significant amount of time working in companies.
Agustín Silva, manager of Delimara regasification plant and his managerial team were sent by Reganosa to the college in order to explain the operation of the plant, as well as the local and global gas sector situation.
Reganosa has made its presentation to students already in the second course of different engineering specialties. The students selected will do their internships in the areas of operations, maintenance and safety for at least two years.
Reganosa, in view of consolidating its presence in Malta, wants to balance a mix of young local talent with potential to grow within the company, with international experienced workers in the LNG storage and regasification plants.
Agustín Silva, manager of Delimara regasification plant and his managerial team, with the students from MCAST