Data Coordinator/Exploration Draughtsman (Former Employee) – London – 10 July 2013
Due to the structure of the company, on a typical day you knew exactly what was expected of you and what tasks you had to perform. I learnt how a large multi-national company works and how to effectively liaise with colleagues in several continents. The management was organised, structured and highly principled. The co-workers were on the main excellent, but as you would in such a large company there was some 'dead wood'. The hardest part of the job could be the predictability. The most enjoyable part of the job was the huge amount I learnt; a mass of software and dealing with different cultures.
Startup Process Advisor (Former Employee) – Tjeldbergodden, Norway – 12 October 2017
Statoil was a great place to work. The Norwegian work culture places a higher emphasis on family life balance than other places i have worked. A highly skilled and educated workforce. They say you can either win the lottery or work for Statoil.