Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd

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www.slng.com.sg

Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd (SLNG) built, owns and operates Singapore’s and Asia’s first open-access, multi-user, liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal.

With more than 95% of electricity in Singapore being generated using natural gas, the SLNG Terminal plays a key role in the Nation’s energy security strategy and in supporting its ambition to become an LNG hub for the region. In this regard, SLNG is fully committed to meeting and exceeding its energy security mandate, and is a strong advocate for the development of a progressive LNG eco-system in Singapore and beyond. Besides Throughput (Send-out) services for the domestic market, SLNG also offers a wide range of LNG-related solutions such as Vessel Gassing-up & Cool-down, Storage & Reload (including Small-Scale LNG), LNG Bunkering, LNG Transhipment and LNG Truck Loading.

In pursuing its vision to Catalyse New Possibilities in the Energy Transition, SLNG is looking ahead to explore the adoption of other greener and more sustainable energy sources, as well as ways to reduce carbon emissions, to help contribute to a more sustainable energy future for Singapore.

Potential career path and developmental opportunities for scholars

The SLNG Graduate Development Programme provides fresh graduates with a unique opportunity to gain insights into Singapore’s first LNG Terminal, be exposed to the full spectrum of their business operations, and work on interesting projects.

Successful candidates will be put through an 18-month structured programme, with regular evaluations by their Management team; and will be given opportunities to showcase their talents and capabilities. On completion of the programme, candidates will be assigned to a Business Group which best fits their potential and interests.

Candidates must possess a positive learning attitude with strong interpersonal and communication skills and be adaptable and work well in teams.

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Preferred courses of study

  • Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (Economics)
  • Built Environment (Project & Facilities Management)
  • Business & Accountancy (Accountancy, Business, Business Analytics, Finance, Human Resource Management)
  • Communications
  • Engineering (Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering & Information Technology, Engineering, Marine Engineering, Maritime Studies, Mechanical Engineering)
  • Information & Communications Technology (Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Information Security, Information Systems)
  • Law
  • Supply Chain Management