what is petrochemical industry?

mechanical engineer job at Petrochemical industry Most people – even engineering graduates – many who are not familiar with the petrochemical industry. So that engineering students are rarely interested in working in this petrochemical industry. At most, engineering graduates want to work in the oil and gas industry that offers high salaries and benefit. Petrochemical is a combination of 2 words, namely petroleum and chemical. In general, petrochemicals are defined as industries that process oil and gas into semi-finished materials or finished materials like ammonia, Methanol, Ammonium Nitrate or fertilizer. The petrochemical industry is still related to the oil and[…]

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piping and pipeline, the most frequent equipment in oil and gas industry for mechanical engineer

Piping and pipeline in oil and gas industry There are many types of equipment available in the oil and gas industry. Which one I should learn first? For a fresh graduated mechanical engineer, I suggest you learn about piping and pipeline. Piping is similar equipment with the pipeline. The design of piping is similar to pipeline design. The piping inspection method is similar to pipeline inspection. Piping location is inside of a plant. Pipeline location is outside the plant. If you expert in piping, you will be an expert in the pipeline. Compare to other equipment like a pressure vessel[…]

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4 secrets to get promotion and high salary increase

how to get a salary increase? It’s all about money. All employee want to get a high salary. How high you can get? Is a 10% salary increase enough for you? I’ll tell some “secrets” for you to get a high salary increase. It is not prohibited for an employee to get a salary increase, but it is not polite to ask a salary increase without good reason. make a high business impact. Business is to create money. Spend capital and get a return in your investment. It is very simple. If you are a “marketing or sales manager” then[…]

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Joke of engineer versus manager

A man is flying in a hot air balloon and realizes he is lost. He spots a man down below and lowers the balloon to shout: “Excuse me, can you help me? I promised my friend I would meet him half an hour ago, but I don’t know where I am.” The man below says: “Yes. You are in a hot air balloon, hovering approximately 30 feet above this field. You are between 40 and 42 degrees N. latitude, and between 58 and 60 degrees W. longitude.” “You must be an engineer” says the balloonist. “I am” replies the man.[…]

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