The Cyprus Hydrocarbons Company (CHC) is pleased to announce its Summer Internship Program will take place again in 2023. The program is aimed at students who wish to gain work experience in the energy industry.
Through the program, candidates will be able to apply for a (2) month paid internship with CHC’s technical and commercial teams.
Who we Are
The Cyprus Hydrocarbons Company (CHC) is responsible for the commercial management of the hydrocarbon ownership rights of the Republic of Cyprus (RoC) that arise from the Production Sharing Contracts (PSCs) with Licensees in the RoC’s EEZ, and will manage any commercial participation by the Republic in midstream infrastructure projects such as land based LNG or pipelines.
In relation to the Energy Transition, CHC evaluates the potential and commerciality of offshore renewable energy sources in the EEZ of the Republic, and evaluates CO2 transport and storage potential in the EEZ of the Republic, in conjunction with the Ministry of Energy, Commerce and Industry.
How to Apply
CHC invites applications for the following positions, which both relate to CHC’s involvement in energy transition activities.
- Engineering Intern (Ref: CHC-2023-Engineering Internship)
The Engineering intern will support CHC in a technical study of how renewable energy resources, such as wind, solar and wave, can be incorporated in a floating offshore environment, and in turn how these can be optimized in order to be a commercially viable proposition for electricity supply to Cyprus
- Commercial Intern (Ref: CHC-2023-Commercial Internship)
The Commercial Intern will support CHC in its investigation into international standards for LNG carbon emissions, and how commercial agreements take into account energy companies’ objectives to reach net zero.
Two Internships are available for the successful candidates.
Please use the links below for further details:
- CHC-2023-Summer Intern – Job Description and Application Process
- CHC-2023-Internship Application Form
Applications must be received by 19/05/2023.
Failure to comply with the job specification requirements and the application process will result in the disqualification of the applicant concerned.