Oil Gas Denmark: What kind of employees do we need?

The industry organisation Oil Gas Denmark has entered into a cooperation with the Danish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education in order to find out which competences the industry will need in future. This way, the organisation hopes to be able to target its efforts concerning recruitment of labour, Managing Director, Martin Næsby, says.

The activity level in the Danish offshore industry is great. Recently, Esbjerg-based Semco Maritime announced that they are hiring 50 new employees and as a whole, the offshore sector created 1,200 jobs in the region.

However, the great demand is followed by a fear of Denmark not being able to deliver a qualified workforce and a new task force under the Danish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education has been created in order to avoid such a development, Managing Director of the industry organisation Oil Gas Denmark, Martin Næsby, tells ShippingWatch.

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