As the UK demand for gas is increasing, North Sea gas supplies are declining. In fact, by 2030 it's estimated that around 75% of the UK's gas will have to be imported. It's a challenge that the Isle of Grain LNG site is uniquely positioned to address - and one that presents a considerable opportunity for engineering and marine professionals to play their part in powering history.
Not only is the Isle of Grain LNG site secure, safe and supportive, but truly leading-edge. when you're working at the cutting-edge of gas importation as part of a leading international power group, every day presents new challenges that will stretch and test your ability as an engineer or marine professional.
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is not only proving to be one of the most sustainable ways of powering the nation; it's also regarded as offering more secure careers. This is largely because LNG importation is an energy resource that's very much on the rise, with many benefits over and none of the insecurities seen in traditional gas importation or alternative power generation supplies.
Whether your expertise lies in process plant management, plant safety, project engineering, quality assurance or the actual control and operation of plant equipment, there are opportunities at the Isle of Grain site:
- Terminal & Planning Engineers
- Instrument, Electrical & Mechanical Engineers
- Safety & Environmental Engineers
- Marine Superintendent / Supervisors
- Project Engineers & LNG / Petrochemical Specialists
- Technicians: Maintenance & Operational