Pipelines, Flow Assurance and Subsea Engineers provide technical support in the design and delivery of new projects, as well as maintenance and surveillance of existing assets.
The Shell Graduate Program
As a technical graduate, you’ll embark on a 2-year training program that offers talented individuals a comprehensive introduction to various areas of Shell’s business and operations within the Technical area of the Shell Graduate Program. It’s a robust platform from which those keen to become pioneers in their chosen field can establish a long and fulfilling career.
From day one, you’ll have a supervisor and mentor to help you establish and execute an Individual Development Plan outlining your career goals and how you’ll achieve them. Throughout this time, you’ll be placed in a wide range of hands-on roles with competence-based tasks, challenging and inspiring you to discover your strengths, develop your skills and broaden your experience in various real-world situations.
The Shell Graduate Program provides the opportunity to work alongside the industry’s leading technical experts and visionaries as you experience as you work on some of Shell’s most groundbreaking engineering projects. Within Shell you’ll find a supportive work environment, working with teams across the globe. You’ll be encouraged to take an innovative approach while developing your skills and technical capabilities.
Pipeline, Flow Assurance and Subsea Engineering
The three streams of this discipline work very closely together on stimulating projects and operations that become more innovative each year. In Flow Assurance, you could be tasked with identifying the right combination of thermo-hydraulics, injecting chemicals to optimize flow, or creating safe operating procedures. In Subsea Engineering, you could be responsible for delivering complex deep-sea equipment, or pushing technical frontiers in fields as diverse as materials science to motor design.
Roles and responsibilities
The Pipelines, Flow Assurance and Subsea discipline tackles some of the most challenging and exciting problems in engineering today. For example:
- Pipeline Engineering involves the design, construction, installation and safe operation of complex pipeline networks, both offshore and onshore.
- Flow Assurance involves creating strategies to ensure that our production always flows.
- Subsea Engineering involves the design, fabrication, installation and safe operation of state-of-the-art deepwater production equipment
Training and development opportunities
You’ll receive on-the-job training, working on challenging projects, learning from supportive mentors and delivering a clear impact to the business. The Pipeline, Flow Assurance and Subsea discipline in Shell will offer you the right mix of job exposure, mentorship and formal training to set you up for success. There will be ample opportunity to innovate and push boundaries: our projects stand at the vanguard of the industry and technology. In addition, periodic rotations between projects and work environments, regular progress checks and a well-structured advancement program will help you reach your full potential.