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Production Technologist
Job ID-F38211
Responsibilities:

1. Generate and implement annual surveillance in line with corporate guideline.
2. Monitor compliance with reservoir managemnt and flares policy.
3. Plan data acquisition,Review surveillance data and recomend short term opportunities for oil/gas generation.
4. Drive and implement Production system optimisation efforts
5. Maintain and manage database.
6. Provide input into medium and long term forecast.
7. Comply with HSE,SCD and security policies/procdures in operations.
8. Implement best practices.

Requirements:

A professional (minimum B.Sc. Hons. or with MSc in relevant discipline in Engineering) and E&P professional with typically at least 6-8 years of direct experience as Production Technologist and also familiar with fundamentals of well design, diagnosis and optimization.
Should be familiar with fundementals of well and completion design and
should have skills in different well operations / services eg stimulation, perforating, repairs/workover etc.
Expert in well modeling, production measurement, well/resrvoir problem diagnosis, production and petroleum engineering studies.
Good understanding of HSE and Well integrity issues
Should be competent in evaluation of inflow/outflow performance, phase behaviours, rock mechanics, in sittu stress, borehole stability, sand failure prediction, fraccing, production chemistry, corrossion, artificial lift, logging evaluation etc

Application Deadline: Saturday 07 September 2013

Number of Vacancies: 2




Job ID-F36321.
Responsibilities:

This experienced professional will be supporting asset integrity and delivery of projects from the front-end through execution and commissioning towards value maximisation. She/he will be responsible for delivering safe, cost/schedule effective and efficient projects; and will be looked up to as important contributors to ongoing projects realization and strategic cost leadership practices within the Deep water Projects organisation. We therefore need competent Nigerian Engineering professionals with deepwater experience who have spent at least 8 years (post-NYSC) focused on practicing the pipeline or similar discipline

Further details of responsibilities include;


– Carry out pipeline mechanical design, Multiphase modeling & other hydraulic studies, wall thickness calculations, materials selection, Flowline routing, installation considerations, Analysis of stability, expansion, span, buckling, stress, FEA, Cathodic protection, coating and insulation requirements studies, Riser pull-in studies including preparing specifications for riser pull-in equipment, Flowline jumper configuration and connection systems studies, stress analysis etc
-Interface with project leads  of related disciplines, Technical Authorities (TA) and Subject Matter Experts (SME) to ensure compliance with current legislation, industry standards and company procedures.
– Prepare and maintain safety and environmental aspects of the pipeline project
– Prepare maintenance and operation manuals
– Participate and contribute to pipeline related aspects of commissioning, start-up and test runs.
– Flowline technical lead primarily for Deepwater projects, for design, fabrication, installation and pre-commissioning.
– Coach and develop staff on pipeline design, fabrication and installation issues.
– Provide steer to EPC contractors during, design, fabrication, testing and installation activities. Review, comment and verify contractors engineering.
– Support SNEPCo in implementation of Nigeria Content.

Requirements:

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• A Bachelors’ degree or similar degree in Engineering – Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Marine, Construction Management, Offshore Engineering or related disciplines, in addition to at least  7- 8 years work experience post-NYSC
• Working knowledge of a broad range of relevant engineering systems, tools and practices
• Strong technical background with understanding of relevant Engineering processes and drawings
• A strong Commitment to HSSE.
• Should have strong team-working skills.
• Ability to deal with multiple, often conflicting, goals and priorities.
• Ability to work with multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural team comprising  Co-venturer, government and contractor persons.
• High degree of self motivation with a proven track record in achieving stretching personal and business goals.
• Demonstrate ability to mentor and coach less experienced staff.
• Very good communication skills
• Commitment to making a career in the discipline.

Application Deadline: Saturday 07 September 2013

Number of Vacancies: 1

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Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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