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Freshhh on-line competition

For the sixth consecutive year INA is inviting Croatian students to join Freshhh - virtual international competition in which they battle for victory by managing their virtual resources in the challenging world of oil industry.

Best placed teams from Croatia will have the opportunity to participate in the live finals on 28 May in Budapest with the colleagues from around the world.

Invited to join the competition are three-member teams of students from technical and business faculties, who demonstrate interest in the oil and gas industry and are ready to solve demanding tasks from this field.

Applications available via www.freshhh.net until 3 April 2015.


MOL Group has been organizing this competition since 2007, while  Croatian students have been participating in it from 2010.

 
Freshhh 2014 – 1.570 teams from 76 countries participated, Out of five best teams that went to finals Serbian team „Amcord“ won the competition. 

Freshhh 2013 – A record number of registrations with as many as 2,600 students from more than 60 countries world-wide who were divided into close to 900 teams. At the finals held in Budapest on May 30, the DDR team from Great Britain came in first place, while 3 Croatian teams achieved noted success for the fourth consecutive year by partaking in the final competition amongst the top 10 teams.
 
Freshhh 2012 – 700 teams from 58 countries participated, with more than 2000 students. Three Croatian teams won their way to the finals; Original Beer in Place, Pegla and RetrOil. Hungarian team P.P.S. won the first place, and although they did not win, the Croatian teams followed the successful footsteps of their predecessors and managed to enter top 10 teams.
 
Freshhh 2011 - 596 teams from more than 60 countries and more than 200 faculties participated. The winner of the competition was the Croatian team “Freshhh Start”, whose members Danijel Posavec, Kristijan Bakarić and Ivan Goršek come from the Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Zagreb. Another team from Croatia positioned itself amongst the top 10 teams, i.e. “Minoil” from the Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, consisting of Nikola Barić, Ivan Perović and Matea Šmitran.
 
Freshhh 2010680 teams signed up, with 75 teams from Croatia. Although it was the first time Croatia had representatives at Freshhh, our young forces were very successful. A team called FreshhhBlood, which consisted of students from the Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Economics made it to Freshhh’s final and came in fourth place in the end. With their professional, but also very entertaining and engaging presentation, they presented Croatia in the best light.