Following additional revelations of questionable accounting practices at oil and gas provider RUSOG, Pytech Industries has chosen to suspend its consulting arrangement with the Russian firm. Pytech’s work with RUSOG was limited in both scope and duration, and primarily focused on pipeline throughput improvements.
The first weekend in June will once again bring clear skies, great grilling weather, and Pytech’s Family Fun Festival. Events this year include: Photography contest Museum tours Coding competition Scavenger hunt And more! Check the intranet site for full details.
Pytech’s long-time logistics center in Berlin will cease operations by end of 2019 Q4. Staff and services will wind down to at least 50% of current levels by the summer. Personnel will have the option to continue their roles in Baku, Dakar, or Shuozhou. No impact to current projects is anticipated. “Berlin was Pytech’s first … Read moreBerlin operations hub will relocate later this year
COO David Lou, Science Director Ava Bagley, and board chair emeritus Lady Djamila Brooks are each slated to present at next month’s Robertson Forum in Sydney. The theme of this year’s gathering is ‘Making More Time’. The week-long event culminates with a keynote address from Dr. Brian Cox. “The Robertson Forum remains the single best … Read morePytech leadership to speak at upcoming global summit
Following a two-month selection process – deemed by leadership as the most competitive group of applicants to date – we are delighted to announce the 2019 crop of undergraduate research fellows. These five students or newly minted graduates will have an unprecedented opportunity to work alongside innovators in fields from applied physics to theoretical economics. … Read more2019 Undergraduate research fellows announced
Pytech Industries, our employees, directors, and shareholders are unanimous in the pain we feel for Mr. Anthony J. Forbes, one of the founding employees of our firm. Moreover, we are deeply saddened that we are unable to do more to provide him and his remaining family members solace in this tragic hour. We will have … Read moreResponse to Forbes lawsuit
Pytech Industries is pleased to announce Dr. Matthew M.T. Hollenbeck, Esq. will lead our newly formed materials research division. Drawing project teams from throughout our company, the 300-person division will continue to advance our understanding of modern metallurgic methodology, with potential applications in space exploration, natural resource extraction, and superconductors. Dr. Hollenbeck comes to Pytech … Read moreHollenbeck to head new engineering division
Pytech’s long-time logistics center in Baku will cease operations by end of 2019 Q3. Staff and services will wind down to at least 50% of current levels by the summer. Personnel will have the option to continue their roles in Berlin, Dakar, or Shuozhou. No impact to current projects is anticipated. “Pytech has had a … Read moreAzerbaijan operations hub will relocate later this year
Call it a skunkworks, or maybe a science think tank. Whatever you call it, Pytech is proud to once again invest in research not for an immediate monetary gain, but purely for the future knowledge potential. Based in our Twin Cities complex the center’s initial focus will be in expanding Pytech’s research into stasis technology. … Read moreNew research center will take an open view