We visited the 22nd floor of the Tecpetrol Corporate Building to see the brand new control center in action, coordinating operations throughout Latin America.
The +d program has just notched up a new anniversary which was commemorated in style at a virtual celebration for over 350 participants under the slogan, "Differences add up".
A highly successful Health, Safety, and Environment campaign has just ended in the Neuquén Basin, featuring a series of creative meetings to present and teach the Eight Golden Rules.
In a second edition of our Techint Energy Transition podcast, Hernán Milberg and Josefina d'Hiriart review current industry options for carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) as a way of reducing emissions, and finish off with an analysis of Argentina’s prospects in this context.
The Annual Community Relations Annual Report of the Techint Group shows how much the educational programs have grown in strength and scope, reaching over 55,500 students and teachers from 19 countries.
What happens when dedicated and motivated students are awarded a scholarship? Find out about the stories of some high-school students from Pacayacu, Ecuador.
A new exhibition records the work of the artisans from a Wichí community in Tartagal as part of an initiative launched by the local government in partnership with Tecpetrol to protect a unique and ancestral culture.
We spoke to the people in charge of the new Quality Department, who have decades of experience working at Tecpetrol and are now pursuing a new objective: continuous improvement in operations management.
Paolo Rocca spoke at the 84th International Congress of the Dante Alighieri Society hosted at the "El Circulo" Theater in Rosario. In honor of this occasion’s motto, "The Italian - A Wonderful Journey", he reviewed the founding values developed by Agostino Rocca that imbue the Techint Group today.
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.