"There is no failure or success. It is the courage to continue that counts."
I started working at Airborne Oil & Gas in 2013. I've had the chance to occupy various roles within the engineering department, as a Structural Engineer first and as a lead engineer then. Since 2016, I've been part of the R&D department where I use my expertise in Material Science to ensure the materials we manufacture the pipes with are used to their full potential. My role as a Research Specialist in the R&D team is to support the development of new materials for our products, their qualification and their processing.
What is it like to work at Airborne Oil & Gas?
Working at Airborne is exciting with new challenges every day. The team of people at Airborne comes from many different backgrounds which provides an amazing set of viewpoints to tackle any problem. There is a pioneering spirit which brings everyone together to deliver their best. New ideas are quickly put into practice which is very rewarding. It is great to see everyone's contribution in the products we are delivering.
What do you like most about Airborne Oil & Gas?
I like the motivation which drives the whole company to work as a high-performance team operating at the forefront of technology for the oil and gas industry. I enjoy working in this team where I interact with experts in their field and seeing my contribution within the company and the products we make.