Bharat Petroleum Jobs for Opening For Experienced R D in Noida
Area of Research : Polymer Chemistry Bio technology (Two Profiles) Advance Materials Corrosion and Fouling Energy Systems Hydro processing Process Intensification Fluid Catalytic Cracking Computational Fluid Dynamics Separation processes Mechanical / Thermal Engineering Eco friendly process Alternate Fuel Catalysis Eligibility Criteria : Educational Qualification : M.Sc. Ph.D in Polymer Chemistry OR B. Tech OR M. Tech OR Ph.D in relevant Field. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : As per BPCL rules Mode of Selection : After scrutiny of applications and resumes, shortlisted candidates will be called for a written test and / or Case study-based group discussions and personal interview
M.Sc. Ph.D in Polymer Chemistry OR B. Tech OR M. Tech OR Ph.D in relevant Field.
Looking for B.E. / B.Tech , M.Sc graduates profile.
2015-09-25 to 2015-10-07
About Bharat petroleum
In the 1860s the world saw vast industrial development with an increase in petroleum refineries. Though incorporated in Scotland in 1886 the Burma Oil Company - an important player in the South Asian market at the time - grew out of an enterprise with the Rangoon Oil Company formed in 1871 to refine crude oil produced from primitive hand dug wells in Upper Burma.
The search for oil in India began in 1886, when Mr. Goodenough of McKillop Stewart Company drilled a well near Jaypore in upper Assam and struck oil. However, it wasnt until 1889 that the Assam Railway and Trading Company (ARTC) struck oil at Digboi, which started a chain reaction, marking the beginning of oil production in India.
While discoveries were made and industries expanded, John D. Rockefeller together with his business associates acquired control over numerous refineries and pipelines to later form the giant Standard Oil Trust. Observing this the largest rivals of Standard Oil - Royal Dutch, Shell, Rothschilds - came together to form a single organisation: Asiatic Petroleum to market petroleum products in South Asia.
In 1928, Asiatic Petroleum (India) joined hands with Burmah Oil Company - an active producer, refiner and distributor of petroleum products, particularly in Indian and Burmese markets and formed the Burmah-Shell Oil Storage and Distributing Company of India Limited.
A pioneer in more ways than one, Burmah Shell began its operations with the import and marketing of Kerosene. It was imported in bulk and transported in 4 gallon and 1 gallon tins through rail, road and country craft all over India.
The company took up the challenge of reaching out to people even in remote villages to ensure every home had its supply of kerosene. The development and promotion of efficient kerosene-burning appliances for lighting and cooking was an important part of its kerosene selling activity.