Welcome Aboard – Shell 2018 Operators
Feb 26, 2018
Shell Deer Park is thrilled to welcome new process technology operators to our site.
At Shell Deer Park, we are proud to manufacture the energy products that fuel our world and are the solutions for our future, all from the historic birthplace of Texas.
“During our onboarding experience, our operators recently spent time learning the site’s values of caring, family, teamwork, winning and fun,” said David Sparks, Learning Analyst. “With the rich history Shell Deer Park has, we’re excited about shaping our future together with these new employees who are bringing numerous years of industry experience to our site. Now they will begin learning the specifics about each of their production units, a challenge they’re both excited and prepared for.”
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Back (L-R): Scott Janes, Lalo Gonzalez, Maurice Askins, Frank Brondum, Eric O’Day, Mike Dennis, Adam Lemoine, Shawn Turner Middle (L-R): Chris Cortez, Elizabeth Wilson, Tony Morquecho, Jesse Medrano, Paul Martin, Hector Perez, James Ponder, Ender Holland Front (L-R): Henry Maddox, Brandi Curl, Michelle McLain, Paul Ramirez, Barb Toney, Corey Deatherage, Max Godinez, Chris Davis, Cory Andrews Not pictured: Sean Gilley
More in Deer Park Manufacturing Site
Shell Deer Park invests in the latest technology and makes improvements in operating procedures and training programs so it reduces its footprint and achieves continuous improvement in environmental performance.
At Shell Deer Park, we are proud to power progress by manufacturing the energy products that fuel our world and are the solutions for our future, all from the historic birthplace of Texas since 1929.