1.can a chemical engineer work in an oil company? 2.can a chemical engineer work in...

1.can a chemical engineer work in an oil company?
2.can a chemical engineer work in a pharmaceutical company?

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Kingsley
4 months ago
1)Yes they can work in oil company they are really pay huge amount of money to them
2)Chemical engineers can do wonders in a pharmaceutical industry. As an engineer we do not concentrate solely on chemistry but we concentrate on the engineering aspects. All the APIs and drug manufacturing plants are usually run by chemist (not all but many).
isaaq
4 months ago
1.yes, a chemical engineer can work in oil company.
2. A chemical engineer can also work in pharmaceutical company.
Chemical engineers work in manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, design and construction, pulp and paper, petrochemicals, food processing, specialty chemicals, microelectronics, electronic and advanced materials, polymers, business services, biotechnology, and environmental health and safety industries, among .
Gaby
4 months ago
a chemical engineer can work in oil
company.
2. A chemical engineer can also work in
pharmaceutical company.
Chemical engineers work in manufacturing,
pharmaceuticals, healthcare, design and
construction, pulp and paper,
petrochemicals, food processing, specialty
chemicals, microelectronics, electronic and
advanced materials, polymers, business
services, biotechnology, and environmental
health and safety industries, among .
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