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Meet our graduates
We asked Shell employees on our Graduate Programme working in different roles around our organisation to talk about their expectations and experiences. Listen to what they have to say.
The World as a Shell Graduate
Working on Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site as a Process Control Technologist, Shiau Yinn first came to Shell on an Assessed Internship while studying Chemical Engineering at the National University of Singapore. But she says it was growing up in oil-rich Brunei that gave her the initial impetus to target a career in the energy industry.
Travel enthusiast Abhinandan Kohli applies his skills as a Petrophysicist to make an impact on Shell operations worldwide. He’s currently based in Shell Technology Centre Bangalore, where he works on projects as far afield as Brunei, Egypt’s Saharan desert and Italy’s Southern Apennines.
Mechanical Integrity engineer Mohammed Al Athaba joined the Shell Graduate Programme in 2012. Today he works in Qatar on Pearl GTL, the world’s largest Gas-to-Liquids (GTL) plant, but it’s only the beginning, he says.
Mustafa Al-Najim joined the Shell Graduate Programme six months after graduating with a Mechanical Engineering Degree from London’s Brunel University. Mustafa is now learning on the job as a Project Pipeline Engineer at one of the richest oil fields in the world: the Majnoon oil field in Iraq.
Prashanthini Sunderan is a Subsea Controls Engineer on the Shell Graduate Programme. She currently works on the commissioning and start-up of the Gumusut-Kakap deep-water installation off the coast of Malaysia, the first of its kind for Shell in the country.
Activities on campus
By sharing her experiences as a Process Technologist at Shell, Janice Lim is helping undergrads back on her old campus make informed career choices.
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