Shell Maritime plays a pivotal role in how we meet global energy demands, and offers exciting career opportunities to the best and brightest maritime professionals.
Join Shell Maritime and you could make an impact on the future world’s energy demands
Maritime jobs with Shell involve working with pioneering technology, maintaining high safety standards and building and managing relationships with contractors around the world. We are looking for high-performing maritime professionals who can bring their expertise and industry know-how to help Shell remain one of the world’s most competitive companies in the energy industry.
Whether in Fleet Management, Maritime Standards and Assurance, Marine Technical roles or HSSE, there are a number of management and operational opportunities worldwide that can further develop and enhance your marine expertise.
Fleet Officer roles at Shell range from cadets, starting their career with us on one of our vessels and working their way up through the ranks, to more experienced officers.
As part of our global team of officers, you will share our core values: to deliver flawless execution in safety, reliability and cost management to our customers around the globe. As part of Shell Maritime, you will be given ample opportunity to propel your career within the Shell Fleet team.
Shell is committed to recognising and developing your expertise in positions both at sea and onshore. Proactive cadets will be given career progression opportunities and the chance to develop experience while seeing the impact of your work on our growing fleet of oil and LNG carriers.
The world’s first 100% LNG-powered barge
In a world-first, Shell launched a tank barge powered solely by LNG in March 2013. The LNG-powered barge, Greenstream, was built and designed at Peters Shipyards in the Netherlands and includes a number of innovative safety and efficiency features.
For example, Greenstream has four smaller, gas-burning engines rather than one large engine as in traditional barges. This means that power can be varied and so gives the potential for fuel savings. In addition, these smaller engines operate at a lower frequency than traditional barges, reducing vibration and noise levels. This new LNG-powered barge will operate in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland.