What's Circular Economy all about? Rollup Image Join our online short course to gain knowledge and skills and connect with others from focal industries. By:Hogne B. Pettersen Published:08. January 2021 kl. 13:00 Main bodyCircular Economy for the Oil & Gas Industry (CE4O&G) supports the Norwegian oil & gas industry, and the related supplier industries’ transition to more circularity. The program’s aim is to upgrade participants' existing industry-specific competences, with additional circular economy (CE) related knowledge skills and competences. The program is aimed towards participants either employed or currently unemployed, from the oil, gas and supplier industries.Circular Economy (CE) is to replace the current take-make-waste industrial model, by aiming to decouple the relationship between growth and material use through, e.g. reusing, remanufacturing or recycling strategies. Oil & gas, and related supplier industries can achieve scalable benefits from transitioning towards more circularity. The changes related to these industries are on the horizon in the new more circular world, but the sector can most likely leverage its knowledge and experience, if prepared for the new shifts.This online course in English will provide its participants knowledge and skills to recognize and better implement circular economy opportunities. CE4O&G offers several interactive learning experiences, e.g. a streaming event on public policy, an interactive CE World Café event to increase communication skills for CE, industry inputs for topics such as oil and gas industry in the green shift and the greening of the oil and gas supply chains. The course takes place between February and April 2021. The planned kick off for the course is February 17th at 17:30 CET.Resources:Leaflet about the programStructure and scheduleMore information in Norwegian By:Hogne B. Pettersen Published:08. January 2021 kl. 13:00 Right body Contact person Elena Dybtsyna Associate Professor +47 75 51 71 89 email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter E-mail Print this page Articles published on www.nord.no may be reprinted with reference to the original source. Images on www.nord.no may not be used without the written permission of the Communications Unit. Nord University takes no responsibility for the content of external websites linked to articles on www.nord.no.