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Challenging yourself

How to build a rewarding career

Read about our remarkable people working on various projects around the world.

Embracing your authenticity

As a child, Peny had dreams of becoming an interpreter in her native Greece. But her interest in technology soon took over and after joining the Shell Graduate Programme she found herself working as a Business Analyst in IT at Shell’s Bank Street technical hub in London.

Can one idea change the world?

Shell Ideas360 - a global competition for students to develop ideas for tackling energy, water and food issues - is now open. Discover how last year’s winners designed a way to harvest drinking water from moisture in the air.

 

Ready, steady, go!

Shell has enjoyed a winning Technical Partnership with Scuderia Ferrari for more than 60 years. With new Formula OneTM technical regulations in 2014, we find out how the teams stay one lap ahead in the race for fuel and energy efficiency.

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One project, One team

In 2008, Shell announced it would partner with Qatar Petroleum and build Pearl GTL in order to produce cleaner-burning diesel and kerosene, base oils for top-tier lubricants, a chemical feedstock called naphtha (used to make plastics) and normal paraffin, which is used to produce detergents.

A world of opportunity

Follow the international journey of Indresh Kumar, as he travels to different locations for a variety of roles with Shell. From General Manager, Finance based in Singapore to Vice President Finance within the Upstream business based in The Hague, the Netherlands, Indresh’s career has been packed with global opportunities.

Why Vice President Neil Gilmour remains a geologist at heart

As Vice President of Development in the Global Integrated Gas Business, Neil Gilmour has a hand in some of Shell’s largest projects. It’s the scale and impact these projects have across the industry that makes them so substantial, but Neil’s passion for geology and the energy industry has far more humble beginnings.

Shaping the future of wells today

Crafting a single well is a complex engineering achievement. Developing a project with thousands of wells would be impossible for our engineers without the smartest, most effective technologies and the collaboration needed to develop these technologies.