November 2014

Misc

Wanted: Future leaders

The hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) has known for some time that a great shift change is eminent. The experienced engineers, chemists and crafts hired in the 1970s and 1980s are reaching retirem..

Romanow, Stephany, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) has known for some time that a great shift change is eminent. The experienced engineers, chemists and crafts hired in the 1970s and 1980s are reaching retirement age very soon, and they are ready to start their well-earned second chapters. Besides the loss of the experience that seasoned technical experts will take with them upon retirement, the HPI will also be short on future leaders. Where do you find new engineers, operators, and skilled craft workers? The choices for employment have dramatically changed since the 1970s. Young talented workers have more employment choices. The HPI will also be in direct competition with other industries to attra

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