Meet our passionate experts: Olivier Procés - Accessibility Transcript:
This video focuses on the work of Olivier Procés Regional Technical Manager Europe Middle East Africa at Shell Aviation in Belgium and James Kenny, Accountable Manager of Aero-Motion. It is shot at the flying school and maintenance centre for general aircrafts in Namur, Belgium.
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Our Passion – Your Performance
Olivier Procés – Regional Technical Manager Europe Middle East And Africa
Camera shot of large blue doors of an aircraft hangar which open to reveal a small white aircraft.
[Voice Over of Olivier Procés]
“My name is Olivier Procés and I am the Regional Technical Manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Shell Aviation.”
Camera shot of Olivier, looking at the camera with an aircraft in the background out of focus.
[Voice Over of Olivier Procés]
“When I started at Shell, l discovered general aviation. After visiting a couple of aviation exhibitions I decided to become a pilot.”
The camera focuses on Olivier examining the wing of the aircraft, tilting the edge of the wing up and down with his hands. The next shot shows Olivier examining the tail of the plane.
Shot of Olivier facing the camera, with his aircraft in the background.
“I fly here in Belgium close to my home at the Namur airfield at the Aero-Motion Aero Club”
Camera Pans to a short of James Kenny, in the aircraft hangar. Kenny faces the camera and talks directly to it.
Accountable manager of Aero-Motion
“My name is James Kenny, I am the accountable manager of Aero-Motion, which is a flying school and a maintenance centre for general aircraft.”
Camera pans to a shot of James Kenny and Olivier Procés from chest height. The men are stood with their backs to the camera looking at an aircraft.
“The part that matters is simply to have trust in the engine. We use AeroShell products because we have trust in that product and that component.”
The camera pans to a shot of James Kenny and Olivier Procés, outside the aircraft hangar. In the foreground is a table with AeroShell oil on it. In the background, you can see a tarmac runway with a grassy field behind it. A helicopter can be seen in the right hand corner of the shot.
“Pilots trust in AeroShell products because we have been the pioneers of engine lubricants for decades and everybody knows that AeroShell products are what you really need for your engine.”
Camera pans to close-up shot of the cockpit of a plane, you can clearly see various dials and buttons. The next shot shows a soft focus close up of a man in overalls checking over the aircraft.
The camera pans to a close up shot of AeroShell fluid which has been placed on the aircraft. It is open, with the bottle cap placed next to the bottle.
The camera pans to a shot of Olivier Procés opening the aircraft fuel compartment, in the foreground is a bright red can of AeroShell.
“Shell spent more than $1.1 billion in 2015 on technology research and the development of lubricants.”
The camera pans to a shot of the inside of aircraft, where various white and red tubes can be seen. The next shot shows Olivier Procés from chest height in a navy-blue AeroShell overall, pouring engine oil into the aircraft.
Camera pans to another internal shot of the aircraft, where various tubes can be seen.
“Shell Aviation has a dedicated team of scientists based in our Research & Development laboratories in Houston, Texas.”
Our customers are looking for different things, including excellent protection, good flow at low temperatures and high protection at very high temperatures.”
Long camera shot of Olivier Procés walking on tarmac towards a white aircraft. The aircraft is positioned in the foreground of the shot, facing him. The next shot shows Olivier Procés, again inspecting the aircraft from inside the aircraft hangar.
Camera pans to a shot of the interior of the aircraft, partly obscured by the reflection of the window. The door of the aircraft opens and Olivier Procés leans into the aircraft, picking up a red shell baseball cap. The camera then shows Olivier Procés side on, placing the cap on top of his head.
“Our customers are looking for different things – an excellent protection, good flow at low temperature and a high protection at very high temperatures.”
“For Aero Clubs or flying schools, probably the best choice of oil is a multigrade oil. For high quality, the AeroShell W 15W-50…”
The Camera pans to a close-up shot of AeroShell W15W-50 placed on top of the aircraft.
“…which is a multigrade oil that offers the best cold flow properties in the market. This product is available and working all year round.”
Camera pans to a shot of Olivier Procés, who talks directly to the camera. In the background is an aircraft in the aircraft hangar.
The next shot shows Olivier Procés walking around the aircraft. He is wearing a yellow high-visibility jacket with Shell written on the back of it. The doors of the aircraft are open and Olivier is standing outside. He stands facing the vehicle and grabs the propeller, pulling the vehicle out of the aircraft hangar.
“So in the winter, as in the summer, without the need for any engine drain, this product is really like the blood around your heart. It is the life of your engine.”
The camera shows Olivier, inspecting the aircraft, assessing the right wing. He then walks under the wing of the aircraft to assess the back of the aircraft and the left wing.
The camera returns to a shot of Olivier inside the aircraft hangar with the aircraft in the background.
“All types of flying schools and aerobatics teams and other products are also available. I think the AeroShell Oil W Plus range, AeroShell Oil W80 Plus and AeroShell Oil W100 Plus…”
Image of the Aero Shell W80 plus range appears on the screen, including a bottle of AeroShell W80 Plus as well as two bottles W100 Plus.
The camera returns to the same shot of Olivier Procés inside the aircraft hangar with an aircraft in the background.
“…are able to better protect the engine against corrosion and abnormal wear. This is the right oil to use for pilots who are only flying on weekends or holidays each year.”
The camera pans to a shot of a large, green field interspersed with green trees. There are many clouds in the sky and two red aircrafts fly into the shot, leaving behind large white contrails. As the planes accelerate two aerobatic performers can be seen, one standing on the upper wing of each plane.
The next shot is an aerial shot of one of the bright orange aerobatic planes flying above green fields surrounded by trees. On top of the plane stands the aerobatic performer, balancing at a right angle, with both legs and one arm in the air.
The next shot is taken with an on-board camera and shows a pilot sitting in the cockpit of the aircraft. In the background the viewer can see a second aircraft in the left hand corner, rolling green hills and blue skies.
The camera pans to a short of an aerobatic performer, standing on top of the plane, her arms outstretch. The next shot shows another performer dangling from the bottom of the aircraft as it speeds by.
“The benefits of AeroShell Oils is that the products cover all general aviation needs. The high quality of the products were chosen by the AeroSuperbatic Wingwalking team based in UK to be sure that their fantastic shows will always have the safest conditions. Another product also very popular for Aerobatic and Wingwalking teams is the AeroShell Smoke Oil to increase visibility of the Aerobatic team during flight shows.”
The camera pans to a shot of two aerobatic plans landing in a green field, then switching to a shot of Olivier Procés standing in the aircraft hangar.
“In general aviation we also have AeroShell Diesel Ultra, which is a specific oil developed for piston diesel engines.”
An image of a bottle of AeroShell Diesel Ultra appears on the screen, followed by two close up images of an aircraft.
“To have the formulation fixed we have closely worked with major diesel engine manufacturers. We had more than 40,000 hours of experience before launching the product.”
The camera pans to a shot of Olivier Procés operating the small aircraft, a close up shot shows him operating the dials of the plane.
“Another very popular product is the AeroShell Oil Sport Plus 4, developed specifically with Rotax.”
Camera pans to a laboratory, two men in white lab coats and protective glasses examine samples.
“It’s a joint technical effort that took three years, and today AeroShell Oil Sport Plus 4 is the only engine oil fully approved by Rotax”
The next shot shows an aircraft taking off on a green field, accelerating into a grey sky. A close up shows the pilot at the wheel of the plane handling the various controls.
“And so for any passionate pilot like me, Fly Above the Rest with AeroShell”
The camera shows an aerial view from the cockpit of the plane, switching to a wide shot of Olivier Procés closing the blue doors of the aircraft hangar.
Our passion – your performance
Olivier procés – regional technical manager europe middle east and africa
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Fly above the rest
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