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fracturing operations when it posted the composition of its fracking fluids at Internships are available in areas that include Engineering, Geologic Engineering, Drilling, and Geosciences: United_States/College_recruiting/Interns/ index.aspx


Baker Hughes is an oilfield company that provides application-specific products and services to oil and gas operators with petroleum reservoirs. Baker Hughes has more than 60,000 employees in over 80 countries. Undergrads studying engineering or engineering-related subjects, geology or geosciences, chemistry, physics, mathematics, supply chain or logistics and business majors that are seeking internships should visit the internship page. Also check out the Baker Hughes Opportunities in the Oil and Gas Industry Brochure. STEM grads should go to graduate-program for information about Field Engineering, Supply Chain, Technology, and Commercial opportunities.

BP Houston, Texas

BP, a global producer of oil and gas, has about 84,000 employees. BP’s two main operating areas are Upstream, which finds, develops, and produces sources of energy, and Downstream, which develops those sources into products that customers purchase. There is also a link to upcoming events. Learn about BP internships and co-op opportunities in the areas of

engineering, science, business, and trading, and try out the BP degree matcher tool. U.S. students and graduates should visit Careers: corporate/careers/students-and-graduates/ graduate-locations/united-states-students- and-graduates.html

CHEVRON San Ramon, California

Chevron is a leading global integrated energy company. Among other functions, it explores for, produces, and transports crude oil and natural gas; refines, markets, and distributes transportation fuels and lubricants; manufactures and sells petrochemical products; generates power and produces geothermal energy; and provides renewable energy and energy- efficiency solutions. Go to Chevron’s undergraduate development programs and its Downstream & Chemicals Engineering Development Programs to see who Chevron hires, what you will do, and where you’ll work. Students and recent graduates will find information on campus visits, internships, and working at Chevron here: default.aspx


Clean Line develops long-haul transmission lines to connect renewable energy resources in North America to communities and cities. Investors include National Grid, which is one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the world. Here is the Clean Line career page: http://www.


Con Edison of New York provides electric service to about 3.3 million customers and gas service to about 1.1 million customers in New York City and Westchester County. There is also information useful to students aspiring to be co-op interns. Students with a background or major in engineering, finance, or information technology and skilled trades are always welcome. ConEd lists more than 50 different job categories on its website: careers/careers/jobs.asp


ConocoPhillips is the world’s largest independent exploration and production company based upon production and proven reserves. ConocoPhillips earned $62 billion in revenue, has operations and activities in 27 countries, has $120 billion in total assets, and has about 18,800 employees. On its university recruitment page, there is information on Job Search, University New Hire, the University Hiring Process, Scholarships, and a FAQ on campus visits and meeting ConocoPhillips’ University Recruiting Team. Careers can be found on http://careers.conocophillips. com/en/

CPS ENERGY San Antonio, Texas

CPS Energy is the nation’s largest municipally-owned energy utility to provide both natural gas and electric service. CPS has more than 741,000 electric customers and 331,000 natural gas customers in and around the nation’s seventh-largest city in

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