Intern Process Engineer

Are you seeking an internship where you can contribute to solving challenging problems in the realm of sustainable technology and the energy transition? We are in looking for a motivated, talented, and enthusiastic intern with a background in chemical/process engineering. During this internship, you’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with experienced colleagues, enhancing both your technical and interpersonal skills.


Your involvement in this internship will encompass various engineering tasks related to CO2 capturing and utilization, as well as Biogas processing, enabling you to apply your theoretical knowledge from school into practice. Additionally, you’ll explore process optimization and efficiency enhancement, proposing and implementing improvements to boost productivity, reduce waste, and cut production costs.


At Green Gas & Liquids, we are more than just a startup; we are passionate about shaping a sustainable future driven by green energy. Our mission is to reduce environmental emissions by providing turnkey decarbonization solutions. In our startup journey, we concentrate on decreasing CO2 emissions with our innovative and proven process technologies in CO2 capturing.


What we offer

In this startup environment, we foster a dynamic culture where your ideas hold value, your contributions make a genuine impact, and your professional growth is nurtured. We believe in providing an environment where you can take on as much responsibility as you’re eager to handle. This nature of a startup also offers unique opportunities for continuous learning and development, ensuring a rewarding journey of growth, both personally and professionally. We highly encourage creativity and out-of-the-box thinking, fostering an atmosphere where innovative ideas thrive and lead to meaningful solutions.

  • Starting date as soon as possible
  • €600 gross monthly compensation
  • A learning experience of 6 month
  • Working from an office in Alphen a/d Rijn and an operating CO2 capture plant
  • Possibility of transitioning the internship into employment


This is what you’re going to do

As a Process Engineering intern, you will work under the supervision of Senior Engineers on an assigned project related to your study. The responsibilities may vary based on the project, but here are some common tasks and responsibilities associated with the role next to your main assignment:

  • Provide assistance to Senior Process Engineers and Project Managers
  • Offer support on projects, including data collection, feasibility studies, bidding phase preparation, and assigned project management tasks
  • Create and maintain accurate documentation such as process flow diagrams, process datasheets, process calculations, P&IDs, etc.
  • Conduct process simulations
  • Collaborate in multidisciplinary teams and provide input to other discipline engineers such as mechanical, piping, electrical & instrumentation
  • Collect and analyze data related to existing operating CO2 capture units, equipment performance, and product quality
  • Ensure compliance with environmental regulations and sustainability initiatives
  • Stay informed about advancements in process engineering topics related to sustainability and relevant technologies to stay competitive and contribute to innovation


What we are asking

  • 3rd year Bachelor’s or 2nd year Master’s degree student in process/chemical or (fluid) mechanical engineering
  • Previous experience or familiarity with CO2 capture and/or biogas processing is an advantage
  • Experience in setting up and running simulations in either ProMax, Aspen Hysys, Aspen Plus, gPROMS, etc. is a plus
  • Hands-on mentality with a proactive and practical approach
  • Demonstrated teamwork skills and a collaborative mindset
  • Strong communication skills in both verbal and written English; knowing Dutch language is an advantage
  • Good interpersonal skills to interface within the team and with other stakeholders


If you are interested or have any other questions about the vacancy, feel free to contact us via

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