Julie Ferland, General Manager of Shell TechWorks, chose Shell because the company’s purpose aligned with her own: a desire to make a positive impact in the world.
Turn your passion into a world-changing career
When Satyanarayanaraju V Patchamatla was a kid, he knew he wanted to be part of something big. Today, he’s the High-Performance Computing (HPC) Engineering Team Lead in Bangalore. Find out how being part of Shell Business Operations has enabled him to turn his personal passion into a world changing career.
I’ve always had this passion and Shell has given me the opportunity to live it every day.
I feel like I am genuinely making a difference in our journey to a low-carbon future.
I believe these are the best opportunities that any professional will find.
Shell is helping me build my own future, too. I have a very clear idea of my career progression.
“With Shell you get that global presence, with the chance to connect with cultures around the world—literally. Since joining in 2017, I have travelled to see the Shell supercomputers in both Houston and Amsterdam. These computers are some of the very best in the world, and Shell gives me access to all they can do to shape the future. We’re ahead of the curve and these are more powerful than anything I have ever worked on before.”
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