Contributed by: EmmaWild, Partner, Head of Upstream Oil and Gas, KPMG
When people learn that I am an engineer working in the energy industry, I am generally asked one of two questions: “Are there many women doing what you do?” or ”Why is petrol so expensive?” Sometimes I am asked: “What made you decide you wanted to do
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