Work Life in Brunei LNG

"Brunei Darussalam, renowned for its serenity, surprises visitors with its startling contrasts.

From pristine primary jungle and isolated longhouse settlements in the interior to high-rise buildings, highways and the world's largest palace; from secluded waterfalls in wooded glades and traditional fishing villages along tranquil beaches to lavish golf and country clubs and the most splendid polo complex in Southeast Asia. The country offers a rich diversity - natural wonders, vintage sights and modern sophistication.

Brunei LNG is located in the Lumut area, which is part of Belait district. For expatriate staff coming to work for Brunei LNG and BSP, the companies have the following facilities on offer."

  • Housing

    The Panaga area consists of camp housing that are located close to the BSP Head Office. The Company provides appropriate housing for all expatriate staff and eligible Brunei LNG and BSP staff.

    The Company-owned houses and flats are located around the Seria and Kuala Belait area. The houses are within 5 - 10 mins away from the school, Health Centre and BSP Head Office.

    Allocation of houses/flats (including type and location) is subject to availability at the time of arrival and based on Company Housing guidelines. A standard set of basic hard furnishing (e.g. bed/mattress, dining table/chairs, lounge sets, etc) is issued to all expatriate staff. A set of soft furnishing (e.g. bedding, kitchen utensils, curtains, etc) is also provided on loan, pending arrival of personal effects.

  • Schools
    Panaga School

    The Panaga School is a split site school in the residential area of Panaga set on the edge of the South China Sea. The school aims to develop an improved multi cultural and international approach to further extend the positive ethos of the school.

    There are two streams in the school, an International and Dutch stream, but the children combine for various aspects of the curriculum. Shell has developed a new International Primary Curriculum and this will be phased in over the next two years.

    Both buildings are extremely well located with very generous outside areas. Brunei is an excellent place for young families and the school provides many activities. Children can cycle to school and it is a safe and open environment for children to grow up in.

    The school has two multi purpose halls and all rooms at the school are air-conditioned. There is a networked computer lab in the main building and all classes have computers. Currently there are 21 nationalities of children attending the International Stream.

    Both sites are provisioned with generously sized classrooms and spacious outdoor areas. The number of children enrolled is 280 with 21 full time teachers. In addition there are 4 assistant teachers in the lower school, plus 2 part time support teachers for the whole school.

    Children work and play hard at the school and our results, particularly at the age of twelve are high. Activities after school are very important features of the school. There is football, hockey, gymnastic, karate, basketball, art, French, recorders, and many more activities.

    The school has a Parent Teachers' Council and each class has a class parent who helps the class with various activities, such as assembly, book week, concerts and so on.

    Whilst Bruneian children do not attend the school, the school tries to foster links within the community and other local schools are invited to participate in sports events and there is a big emphasis on developing awareness of the local environment through the curriculum.

    Jerudong International School (JIS)

    JIS offers UK A Levels and the International General Certificate of Secondary Education for students aged 14 to 19, a curriculum based on the English National Curriculum for 5 to 13 years old and exceptional nursery/kindergarten provision for children from 2 to 4 years of age.

    The School is set in 64 acres of spacious grounds overlooking the South China Sea on Brunei’s northwest coastline some 10 km from the capital, Bandar Seri Begawan and about 80km from Panaga Centre.

    All students have access to the Internet and a world-leading school Intranet for learning and e-mail. Special facilities include the multimedia Information Centre and Library, fully equipped Science laboratories, Art, Music and Design & Technology suites.

    Impressive recreational and physical education facilities include a full-sized gymnasium, a uniquely designed swimming pool able to accommodate young learners and skilled swimmers, an athletics track, a sports field and tennis court. JIS has a strong international community. Around 40% of their students are Bruneians while the rest come from over thirty different countries.

  • Health Care
    Panaga Health Centre

    Primary Care (General Practitioner) services are provided free of charge at the Company Health Centre (Panaga Health Centre), for eligible employees and their first line dependants. A free dental service is also available at the Centre.

    Panaga Health Centre has been increasingly proactive in health education, in particular the Healthy Lifestyle Programme which provides an opportunity to educate employees about lifestyle issues in relation to health, especially diet, exercise and smoking habits.

    Jerudong Park Medical Centre

    Jerudong Park Medical Centre is a Private Specialist Hospital in Brunei Darussalam. It is situated within the famous Jerudong Park area that also boasts the Royal Polo Club and stables, a golf club and an exciting theme park and playground. The Centre is located on the shores of the South China Sea with patient rooms facing an expanse of beautiful, private beach.

    Local and Regional staff of Brunei Shell Joint Venture companies and eligible dependants who receive specialist care at JPMC will be reimbursed 75% of their medical bills on presentation to the Panaga Health Centre. This benefit does not include General Practice consultations, IVF (fertility treatment), cosmetic (including surgery) and dental treatment. However, 100% reimbursement will apply in cases referred by the Panaga Health Cetre.

  • Sports and Recreation
    Brunei Shell Recreation Club (BSRC)

    Brunei Shell Recreation Club is conveniently located just 5 minutes away from the BSP Head Office.Membership is open to all via the Management Committee except for Shell staff who are automatically enrolled as full members upon application. Social and Sports activities include tennis, squash, karate, swimming, horse-backing riding to name a few.

    Panaga Club

    Panaga Club is an open recreational and sports club, near the beach, in the Camp area. Social and Sports activities include tennis, squash, karate, swimming, yoga, aerobics and its very own golf course to name a few.

    Lumut Liang Recreation Club (LLRC)

    In 2004, the Liang Lumut Recreation Club was built and presented by Brunei LNG as a gift to the community. Visitors to the plant are often visitors to the community, and are welcomed with traditional hospitality and cultural displays.

    Kuala Belait Boat Club (KBBC)

    The Kuala Belait Boat Club is a colonial style building on the bank of the Belait River, in Kuala Belait. There is an excellent Chinese restaurant, a bar, and a children's playground, all of which Panaga members are welcome to use.

    The KBBC offers a range of activities including dinghy and catamaran sailing, cruising, boardsailing, rowing, kayaking, power boating, water-skiing and children's sailing to its members.

    The KBBC has reciprocal arrangements with the Royal Brunei Yacht Club (RBYC) and the Royal Brunei Armed Forces Boat Club (RBAF).


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