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Sourcing the energy mix of the future is going to need…
As a Chemical Engineer in the energy industry, you’ll use your knowledge of chemistry, biology, physics and maths to solve problems and come up with new ideas for energy production. You might design new processes for making nuclear waste safe, or plan how to generate electricity from raw materials such as oil and gas.
Chemical Engineers may work in a laboratory or an office. You might spend some time working with hazardous materials, which will mean wearing special safety clothing to protect you from the chemicals you’re working with.
Whether you’re studying rare compounds or advising on how a power plant should be made safe when it’s taken out of use, as a Chemical Engineer, you’ll come up with answers to help the energy industry keep moving forward.