From R&D to applied engineering, and from exploration to energy marketing, our engineers are involved in every link of the energy generation chain and across the full range of energy services. They contribute to the development of innovative procedures, systems and services. Whether juniors or more experienced, they work in an extremely broad range of functions and projects in 70 countries on technical problems or in project management and team management. Find out more about their careers!
Léon Duvivier, expert in water chemistry and biology
Enthusiast chemistry from his young age, Léon Duvivier has developed a unique expertise in this area which he devotes every day, much of its energy. Now head of the Research and Technology (DRT) of ENGIE Group, he talks about the highlights of his career and reveals to us his vision of the future!
Sandrine, aviation project manager at ENGIE Ineo
Supervising contracts and preparing contract bids for highly technical and tightly regulated projects: those are the central missions of Sandrine at Ineo Global Support. This engineer driven by a childhood passion for aviation is proud to work for a Group that treats women in exactly the same way as men.
Anne Prieur-Vernat, expert in life cycle assessment
After a first experience in the Gaz de France Research Department, Anne Prieur Vernat gratified her curiosity for energy by joining ENGIE Lab CRIGEN.Today, this 37 year old researcher, as a Chartered Ambassador of Engie’s technical branch, analyzes with great enthusiasm the environmental impacts of a system, from raw material extraction to the cycle’s end of life.
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Bieke, expert engineer in radiation protection
Graduated as civil engineer in Belgium, Bieke started working as a project engineer in in radioactive waste management and dismantling projects, at ENGIE. Bieke wants to enhance her project management skills in this field and expand my experience in decommissioning projects all over the world.
Lintang, engineer specialised in the development of electrification projects
After studying in Australia, young Lintang joined the Group in Indonesia as a Business Developer. She particularly enjoys working on a team that promotes synergy between various trades, as well as all the projects she is developing, are also complex stimulants. In the near future, she imagines herself bringing more in renewable energy to the inhabitants of the different islands that make her country.
Laurent, market manager “Energy services” at ENGIE
After studying at Neoma Business School, Laurent joined Cofely Services as a Market Manager. In this interview, he speaks of several innovative energy efficiency projects that Cofely Services has developed. He also gives an overview of the projects that young engineers treat on a daily basis.
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Camila, engineer at Laborelec in Chile
Camila is currently working in Chile at the first ENGIE research centre outside Europe. Coming from Brazil, she is a young engineer specialising in solar energy. She joined the Group to pursue a career rich in experiences and discoveries.
Salem, Shift Charge Engineer with ENGIE at the Ras Laffan B seawater desalination plant
After seven years of engineering studies in the USA, Salem has returned to his home country of Qatar to work. At ENGIE, he continues to build his skills and expertise with the help of a consultant engineer who provides him with advice and support to ensure flawless management of the plant.
Simon, CEO of ENGIE Cofely District Energy
Simon is CEO of ENGIE Cofely District Energy in the UK. He develops innovative energy production systems which reduce CO2 emissions.Thanks to its cogeneration system, Cofely supplies a number of buildings in Birmingham with low-carbon heating, while also supplying power and cold water.
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Charles, specialist engineer in the Water Infrastructures Division of ENGIE subsidiary Tractebel Engineering France
With an operating presence in 70 countries, GDF SUEZ and its subsidiaries are helping companies make the energy transition in every continent of the world. To do that, the Group knows it can rely on the desire to travel of young employees like Charles (2004 graduate in advanced engineering).
Matthieu, «explorer» at ENGIE
The discovery of new natural gas reserves is an activity that is both fascinating as well as essential to the Group. Human Energies learns more about this unusual job from Matthieu, an “explorer” at ENGIE.
Jonathan, engineer at ENGIE Group subsidiary ENGIE Axima
It is a long road from the sports faculty to energy management engineering. Jonathan completed the journey, going back to start his studies at professional aptitude certificate (“CAP”) level and working through to his engineering degree following a 6-year apprenticeship at Cofely Axima.
Régis, Smart Grids Project Leader at CRIGEN
His work focuses on making power distribution networks smarter in readiness for the energy transition. His job takes him out of the office to run projects that will eventually allow households, companies and local authorities to use less energy, and – even more importantly – to use energy more effectively.
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