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Background Information

Employment History

Chemical Processing

Principal Scientist

Shell Chemicals Limited

Professor of Chemical Engineering

University of Houston

Education

BS

physics and history

Northwestern University

MS

chemistry

Ball State University

PhD

applied chemistry

Colorado School of Mines

degrees

History and Physics. He

Northwestern University

Web References (46 Total References)


Chemical Processing Editorial Board

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Jonathan (Jon) H. Worstell retired from Shell Global Solutions during Spring 2010. At Shell Global Solutions, Jon provided manufacturing technical support globally for the Shell Higher Olefins Process and led a Toll Manufacturing group that commercialized several processes at various contract manufacturing sites.

Prior to working at Shell Global Solutions, Jon worked for Conoco and DuPont, where he provided manufacturing support for polyethylene plants. Since retiring from Shell Global Solutions, Jon has been consulting internationally. He is also a professor of chemical engineering at the University of Houston where he teaches the Senior "Practices" course. He has written numerous articles, covering topics ranging from technology transfer to maintaining the purity of inert gases.
He received a BS in physics and history from Northwestern University, an MS in chemistry from Ball State University, and a PhD in applied chemistry from the Colorado School of Mines.


Knowledge Jolt with Jack: innovation Archives

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Jonathan Worstell of Shell Chemical in Houston talked in a a number of sessions about the importance of Concurrent Engineering.


Jonathan (Jon) H. Worstell retired from ...

www.chemicalprocessing.com [cached]

Jonathan (Jon) H. Worstell retired from Shell Global Solutions during Spring 2010. At Shell Global Solutions, Jon provided manufacturing technical support globally for the Shell Higher Olefins Process and led a Toll Manufacturing group that commercialized several processes at various contract manufacturing sites.

Prior to working at Shell Global Solutions, Jon worked for Conoco and DuPont, where he provided manufacturing support for polyethylene plants. Since retiring from Shell Global Solutions, Jon has been consulting internationally. He is also a professor of chemical engineering at the University of Houston where he teaches the Senior "Practices" course. He has written numerous articles, covering topics ranging from technology transfer to maintaining the purity of inert gases.
He received a BS in physics and history from Northwestern University, an MS in chemistry from Ball State University, and a PhD in applied chemistry from the Colorado School of Mines.


Jonathan (Jon) H. Worstell retired from ...

www.chemicalprocessing.com [cached]

Jonathan (Jon) H. Worstell retired from Shell Global Solutions during Spring 2010. At Shell Global Solutions, Jon provided manufacturing technical support globally for the Shell Higher Olefins Process and led a Toll Manufacturing group that commercialized several processes at various contract manufacturing sites.

Prior to working at Shell Global Solutions, Jon worked for Conoco and DuPont, where he provided manufacturing support for polyethylene plants. Since retiring from Shell Global Solutions, Jon has been consulting internationally. He is also a professor of chemical engineering at the University of Houston where he teaches the Senior "Practices" course. He has written numerous articles, covering topics ranging from technology transfer to maintaining the purity of inert gases.
He received a BS in physics and history from Northwestern University, an MS in chemistry from Ball State University, and a PhD in applied chemistry from the Colorado School of Mines.


Jonathan (Jon) H. Worstell retired from ...

www.chemicalprocessing.com [cached]

Jonathan (Jon) H. Worstell retired from Shell Global Solutions during Spring 2010. At Shell Global Solutions, Jon provided manufacturing technical support globally for the Shell Higher Olefins Process and led a Toll Manufacturing group that commercialized several processes at various contract manufacturing sites.

Prior to working at Shell Global Solutions, Jon worked for Conoco and DuPont, where he provided manufacturing support for polyethylene plants. Since retiring from Shell Global Solutions, Jon has been consulting internationally. He is also a professor of chemical engineering at the University of Houston where he teaches the Senior "Practices" course. He has written numerous articles, covering topics ranging from technology transfer to maintaining the purity of inert gases.
He received a BS in physics and history from Northwestern University, an MS in chemistry from Ball State University, and a PhD in applied chemistry from the Colorado School of Mines.

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