4.8 of 5 4 reviews Kassel, Germany 1000 to 5000 Employees
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Winter shall not affect the productivity and profitability of Wintershall. One of the largest oil and gas companies in Germany, Wintershall is a wholly owned subsidiary of the world's largest chemical company, BASF. The company engages in natural gas trading and has a 65% stake in WINGAS, joint venture that operates a major natural gas pipeline network in Europe. Wintershall's traditional regions of oil and gas exploration and production are in Germany, North Africa, and in South America, but it is increasing its reach elsewhere. Wintershall and Russia's Gazprom, the... More

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Pros: good oppertunities when you are poractive Full Review

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No Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2012 – Reviewed Jun 16, 2012

Interview Details – You just have to throw your CV in, if they are interested they will ring you straight away, then you will be asked for a number of interviews, you the HR, the technical, and drug interviews, when eveything is done, you will be asked for some documentations, and then you will work for a Trail month…Full Interview

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