ExxonMobil-Cost Estimating Engineer Forum
- Date 09/16/19
- Time 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
- Location C-9, Atherton Hall
Forum to answer students' questions about potential career opportunities and how to approach the Career Fair. As the world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, ExxonMobil and its 65,000+ global employees use technology and innovation to help meet the world’s growing energy needs.
ExxonMobil holds an industry-leading inventory of resources and are one of the world’s largest integrated refiners, marketers of petroleum products, and chemical manufacturers. Each of the company’s core businesses - Upstream, Fuels & Lubricants, and Chemicals - specializes in a distinct segment of the petrochemical industry. Together, these core businesses have led to ExxonMobil’s industry-leading performance and its ability to safely and ethically fuel the global economy and improve living standards of people around the world. Process and systems optimization are critical to the success of many elements of ExxonMobil’s business, including supply chain, logistics, and project planning. Additionally, new technologies are further enhancing engineering, facility design, and project management, creating new opportunities for those educated in related fields.
Jordan Shelton - from West Chester, PA - graduated from the Schreyer Honors College at Penn State with his BS and MS in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research in 2010. Upon graduation, he joined the ExxonMobil's capital project group in Houston, TX as a Cost Estimating Engineer. He currently works in Houston as a Project Management Engineer for the Gulf Coast Growth Ventures project in Corpus Christi, TX supporting fabrication of pipelines and associated facilities that will carry the raw feedstocks to this new, world-class petrochemical facility. He has previously held assignments as the Technical Lead for the Neptun Deep project in Romania; as the Business Lead for the Marine Well Containment System Project in Corpus Christi; as the Planning Engineer for the Julia offshore development in the Gulf of Mexico; and as a loanee to ExxonMobil Procurement.