Shell is recruiting science graduates to build blockchain use cases for oil and gas


Shell is recruiting science graduates to build blockchain use cases for oil and gas
The world’s fifth largest oil and gas producer in the world, Royal Dutch Shell, is getting further into the blockchain game, and is looking to train the next generation of blockchain industry execs. Shell is looking for “blockchain analysts” as part of its Information Technology (IT) graduate programme, according to a job listing on its graduate careers website. The job role has seemingly flown under the radar for the last four months after being posted to LinkedIn. According to the job specification, the placement will take place in Shell‘s Blockchain Centre of Excellence (CoE). But what does a “blockchain analyst”…

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