The CEO of Tecpetrol took part in the Meeting with CEOs with his peers from the world of unconventional hydrocarbon exploration and production in the Neuquén Basin, as part of the Argentina Oil & Gas event, a regional exhibition that attracted some 26,000 people to the La Rural Exhibition Center.
Our employees Kevin Hernández from Colombia Jennifer Regalado from Ecuador share their impressions of their trip to the Tecpetrol Sector Conferences, an initiative that gathered together those working in the same sector throughout the company’s different operations in Buenos Aires.
In October, Nicolás Pastore and Juan Ignacio Darcy, Reservoir Trainees, are travelling to Texas with their team to compete in the PetroBowl® final, a tournament to find the most knowledgeable students in the industry.
As of August, the Olacapato direct lithium extraction pilot plant has gone into hibernation while it awaits a fresh round of tests: an excellent opportunity to reveal more about everything that’s gone into it.
Having started down this path over a year ago, Alejandro Solé, Director of the Tecpetrol Investment Fund, is uniquely placed to tell us all in this second installment of the Techint Energy Transition podcast.
Neither a spiritual retreat nor a self-help group, Tecpetrol's +Trust Program is all about building high-performing teams. The participants of the first meetings share their thoughts and impressions about the process.
With an accumulated investment of USD 3.5 billion to-date, gas production at Fortín de Piedra reached 32% of Vaca Muerta's total gas output this winter. During 2023, the field will export USD 100 million of gas, making a significant contribution to the country’s energy trade balance.
We celebrated World Photography Day with a collection of images taken by our people around the world.
We visited Olacapato, in the Argentine province of Salta, and the El Tigre reservation in Puerto Gaitán, Colombia, to see Tecpetrol is actions in these communities.
A stronger team
Our +diversity program aims to empower women to fulfill their talent and potential, and reaffirms our commitment to equal opportunities. Today, 42% of Tecpetrol's young professionals are women. Our objective is to develop this seedbed so that they can grow and add value from leadership roles.
The program embraces broader issues, as it tackles diversity from all angles capable of adding value to the business. It seeks to raise awareness about biases that limit the growth and contribution of certain groups of people within the organization, and to create tools to help everyone to develop as fully as possible in each area of their lives.