Shell supports training of petroleum engineering students

L-R: Standing PSU PetEng students Patric Jayrelmarc M. Guzman, Jesseth Nez S. Pasagad, Billriz E. Condor, Marion Alyssa F. Japitana, Edsh S. Rosales; Sitting: Marvi Trudeau, PSFI Program Manager


Top petroleum engineering (PetEng) students of the Palawan State University (PSU) are set to complete their three-month Shell Internship Program on Monday, February 19.

The program is part of Shell’s commitment to support future young leaders in the oil and gas industry by providing them formal trainings, refinery plant exercises, exposure in depot operations and social development projects of the Shell companies in the Philippines (SciP).

It is geared to inspire and develop students in the field of science and technology, and spark their own innovative ideas to help address the country’s need for cleaner energy solutions and help local communities through social development.

Jesseth Nez S. Pasagad, Patric Jayrelmarc M. Guzman, Billriz E. Condor, Marion Alyssa F. Japitana and Edsh S. Rosales, are among the PSU graduating PetEng students who were part of the program.

“Shell has admittedly fostered more reliable and responsible citizens and young professionals through their internship program. Being a part of this great experience has nurtured us both as individuals and as future engineers. We now have a broader vision of our career and a sense of fulfilment because of the several exposures and trainings Shell has provided for us,” Pasagad- said.

The Shell Internship Program is jointly implemented by the Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc-Palawan and Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation-Puerto Princesa Terminal.

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