ASP students take out top spots at IPTC 2019

IPTC first place winners

Congratulations to Dharshana Navaratnam and Joshua Johnston (Australian School of Petroleum) who were among 70 students from around the world chosen to attend the Education Week program of the International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC) in Beijing.

Three months prior to the event, all 70 students were assigned into 10 groups and given a technical project. The final outcome of the project was a technical report and presentation in front of a panel of judges. Dharshana and Joshua were in the top two winning groups – with Dharshana’s group taking out first place, and Joshua’s securing second.

IPTC, one of the world’s foremost oil and gas events, is a multi-disciplinary technical event committed to the dissemination and sharing of emerging technologies, best practices and knowledge.

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