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Staff Engineer: This position will provide Engineering expertise principally to the Midstream engineering department. Experience with project management, economics, process simulation, hydraulic simulation and compression modeling software is highly desirable.
Staff Geologist: This position is located in The Woodlands, Texas as a member of the Geoscience Technology Team.
Asset Integrity Engineer: This position is located in Anadarko’s Corporate Headquarters in The Woodlands, Texas as a member of the E&P Technology Services Group.
Int’l Drilling Engineer: This drilling engineering position is located in Anadarko’s Gulf of Mexico / International Deepwater Drilling department in The Woodlands, Texas, with specific responsibilities related to international exploration drilling activities. This is a high profile position functioning as an integral part of a world class drilling and completion organization. The successful candidate will have both the technical and communication skills to interface with both field and office based staff. We are currently seeking three qualified candidates with the following years of experience: (1) Five to ten years of applicable drilling experience. (2) Ten to fifteen years of applicable drilling experience.
Reservoir Engineer: Position is located in The Woodlands, Texas in the Geosciences Technology, Reservoir Characterization / Reservoir Technology Group.
Sr.Staff Engineer – Hazard Analysis: This position requires technical competence specifically focusing on the application of hazard analysis and risk management concepts and techniques for the offshore oil and gas industry, and the ability to address most issues that may arise. This position will have primary responsibility for hazard analysis and risk management practices for Gulf of Mexico (GoM) Operations, and will also provide support for incident investigation and management of change (MoC) processes. This position provides guidance and assistance to implement the Anadarko Management System initiatives for Anadarko’s Gulf of Mexico (GoM) Safety & Environmental Management System (SEMS). The ideal candidate is capable of working under minimal supervision to plan, advise, and implement work solutions to address regional and corporate objectives and goals.
This position is located in Anadarko’s Corporate office in The Woodlands, TX as a member of the GoM Compliance & Regulatory Affairs team.
Control Center Specialist I: Anadarko’s Corporate Security department has an open third shift Control Center Specialist position in the corporate office, located in The Woodlands, TX.
Static Mechanical Equipment Engineer: Discipline Engineers in Production Division work in their core discipline but are expected to have or develop generalist skills – maintenance, supply chain management, asset integrity etc. The work could be ‘in country’ or in BP’s main offices in Sunbury, Houston and elsewhere. Additionally to support all divisions of the company there is a requirement to recruit engineers to work in centralised teams (Sunbury/Houston). This work involves some travel to operating sites to support local staff when necessary. Applicants to this job specification would be considered for all Production Division jobs and for the centralised teams in Sunbury and Houston. In addition to line roles, several senior Technical Authority roles are also being sought.
Rotating Equip Engineer: Discipline Engineers in Production Division work in their core discipline but are expected to have or develop generalist skills – maintenance, supply chain management, asset integrity etc. The work could be ‘in country’ or in BP’s main offices in Sunbury, Houston and elsewhere. Additionally to support all divisions of the company there is a requirement to recruit engineers to work in centralised teams (Sunbury/Houston). This work involves some travel to operating sites to support local staff when necessary. Applicants to this job specification would be considered for all Production Division jobs and for the centralised teams in Sunbury and Houston.
Subsea Integrity & Availability Director: This role reports directly Integrity Planning Team Leader. The Lead Hull Integrity Engineer is responsible for managing hull structural integrity in accordance with BP and Classification Society requirements for the Angola Region’s FPSOs and CALM Buoys.
Assistant Head of Accounting Policy: The Assistant Head of Accounting Policy role provides assurance on the application of accounting policy in IST, supporting and reporting to the IST Head of Accounting Policy. The role has one direct report, and covers policy guidance and assurance over the IST North America Gas and Power (NAGP) business. The IST Accounting Policy team is responsible for establishing BP accounting policies that relate to IST in line with external reporting standards and providing advice and training within IST on the application of these policies. The IST Accounting Policy team also has a responsibility to provide a level of assurance to management that relevant accounting policies have been effectively applied. The team provides advice on all new business initiatives within IST and thus the role is an excellent opportunity to learn about a wide variety of IST activities and to work with a broad spectrum of people within the organisation.
BOP Controls Segment Technical Authority: BP Exploration is seeking to recruit a Senior Level Technical Specialist as a Control & Instrument Engineer to work within BP’s Safety and Operational Risk Division as a BOP Controls Specialist. This role will be based either in Houston, Texas or Sunbury, England. The scope of this position is to be the technical authority for sub-sea and surface Blow out Preventer Control Systems for all BP’s wells activities globally.
Rig Integrity Engineer (Senior): BP Exploration is looking to recruit Rig Integrity Engineers in senior positions within the Global Wells Organisation. The roles will be part of the central Well Engineering Rig team. Positions may be based in either Aberdeen, Sunbury or Houston. The successful candidates will report to the Rig Integrity Manager. The role will require the candidates to work closely with Regional GWO teams, Drilling Contractors and major equipment suppliers.
Rig Integrity Engineer: BP Exploration is looking to recruit Rig Integrity Engineers within the Global Wells Organisation. The roles will be part of the central Well Engineering Rig team. Positions may be based in Aberdeen, Sunbury or Houston. The successful candidates will part of the Rig Integrity team. The role will require the candidates to work closely with Regional GWO teams, Drilling Contractors and major equipment suppliers.
Operations Geologist: Attend wellsite safety meetings, document hole cavings and wellbore stability, confirmation of tops and calling TD, assist NPT documentation, attend PID, SOR, PAD reviews, support operations geologist.
Environmental Engineer, Water Quality: Provide environmental engineering and regulatory subject matter expert support for the Waste Water, Potable Water, Water Quality, Stormwater, SPCC, and OPA-90 programs.
Industrial Hygienist: The role of an Industrial Hygienist is to provide guidance to Operations staff, HSE Managers and the Health & Safety (H&S) Field Coordinators regarding industrial hygiene issues and to conduct workplace exposure assessments. The assessments will be utilized to evaluate and recommend controls for health & safety exposure risks.
Subsea Pipeline Engineer: The Subsea pipeline engineer will be responsible for the Day to day management of subsea pipeline and dynamic riser integrity including the preparation and implementation of risk prevention strategies.
Subsea Wells Engineer: The Subsea Wells Engineer is responsible for direct support of offshore engineering design issues for subsea equipment, riser operability, special projects, jumper installation, and coordination and maintenance of subsea drilling systems.
Mechanical Engineer: The Mechanical Engineer would be part of the Engineering Team, which is responsible for reviewing technical work done by the contractor(s) and providing technical guidance and assurance for Major Projects.
Project Engineer: The primary focus of the BP Project Engineer is project execution, communications and coordination with all BP Stakeholders for projects executed within the refinery Projects Group. In addition, the The primary focus of the BP Project Engineer is project execution, communications and coordination with all BP Stakeholders for projects executed within the refinery Projects Group. In addition, the BP Project Engineer shall be a primary contact for BP approvals. The Project Engineer influences owner participation and support to enable projects to be effectively executed.
Chesapeake Energy jobs:
Field Employee Relations Specialist- San Antonio, Texas: Assists the organization to be more effective in managing employee relations by aligning HR strategies with business client group needs. Provides employee relations support by advising managers on employee relations issues, conducting and analyzing exit interviews, participating in terminations, conducting investigations, coordinating the disciplinary process and performing other general human resources functions. Able to work and make decisions independently in a self-directed manner.
Field Compressor Mechanic – Shamrock, TX: Compressor Mechanics will set, maintain, repair and operate compressors in their respective area for MidCon.
Well Testing Engineer- Unconventional Gas: The Well Testing Engineer – Unconventional Gas will provide technical support to Chevron’s Business Units in the area of transient well testing, production data analysis, production logging, and characterization of dynamic properties of unconventional reservoirs.
Technical Assistant – Facilities Engineering Function: This position will provide technical assistance to the FE Functional Management Team. Responsibilities will encompass a wide range of technical applications associated with Functional data analysis, communications, processes, and budgets.
Pipeliner: Pipeliners coordinate their own work and work with other team members or contractors in performing daily operations and maintenance work processes. They act on their own initiative to identify and correct work place hazards, unsafe practices, security violations or environmental concerns. Pipeliners may act as a field team liaison with Subject Matter Experts and perform link pin or link pin type responsibilities.
Pipeline Operator: Responsibilities may include the following: Visually inspect the condition of equipment and pipelines to ensure that equipment is running within design limits and properly maintained; Inspect company and third party pipeline crossings; Make operational changes to the receipt/delivery activities as needed.
Drill Site Manager (Company Representative): Responsibilities may include the following: Manages on site day to day operations on drilling, completion, intervention and workovers in a safe and efficient manner; Works in a team environment to ensure the safety of all personnel on location and compliance with all applicable government regulations; Manages day to day activities of rig contractor personnel and third party contractors.
Drilling Engineer: Responsibilities may include the following: Provide general drilling engineering support to Chevron Operating Companies globally as well as investigations into specialist areas or issues affecting Chevron’s domestic and international exploration and field development teams; Support Technology Development and Strategic Research programs to develop Drilling Engineering Technology and support deployment to the Operating Companies; May also be needed to travel domestically or internationally on an occasional basis.
Deepwater Exploration / Projects Technical Geophysicist: Responsibilities may include the following: Provide velocity modeling and depth imaging of the latest seismic acquisition in the GoM using a mix of Chevron proprietary and externally available technology; Integrate Chevron’s regional knowledge of the basin, well information and proprietary interpretation to more accurately define the subsurface velocity field; Identify and apply new technologies in seismic processing, velocity modeling and depth migration technologies from both internal and external service providers. Advise deepwater management on the latest technology trends and opportunities.
Category Manager – Subsea Installation: Responsibilities may include the following: Developing and implementing Category Management strategies in all spend categories around subsea pipelines and equipment installation (including manifolds, umbilicals, flexibles, risers, flowlines, pipelines) for all of Chevron’s global subsea activities. Remit also includes contracting support around subsea IRM, subsea installation, subsea intervention vessels, and installation heavy lifts over 3000MT. Spend in this subsea equipment category is approx $1250MM annually, and covers both MCP and SBU subsea activities; Providing close interaction and support to Business Unit’s, Major Capital Project’s and Energy Technology Company (ETC) Subsea in the development and execution of contracting strategies, as well as contracting tool kits, lessons learnt capture and dispute resolution.
Well Site Manager: Responsibilities may include the following: Manages on site day to day operations on completion, workovers and interventions in a safe and efficient manner; Works in a team environment to ensure the safety of all personnel on location and compliance with all applicable government regulations and Company policies; Manages day to day activities of rig contractor personnel and third party contractors.
Seismic Acquisition Geophysicist Specialist: Responsibilities may include the following: Champion Health, Environment and Safety behaviors; Maintain relationships with seismic vendors and assure they meet minimum worldwide standards, even in the face of adversity and challenges; Design, contract and operate seismic programs.
Senior Process Engineer, LNG: The applicant provides process application, technical support, and oversight in the licensing of the LNG process. The applicant performs a variety of technical services in support of process studies, FEEDs, EPC work, LNG plant commissioning/startups, and technology development initiatives. The applicant supports LNG Technology Licensing proposal preparation efforts by assisting in process development and documentation.
Pipeline Automation Specialist: The applicant works with Internal and External customers to identify requirements and then to design and implement automation systems that meet those needs. Functionally direct company technicians and supervise contract labor used to construct or enhance automation systems. The applicant leads company in awareness of new developments in Technology, and changes in Codes and Standards.
Production Associate: Responsibilities may include: SAP iPay and ePay Invoice queue reviewing and confirming charges against corresponding work/delivery tickets. Asset Control for the Bossier Area to include material transfers, quarterly and annual reconciliations.
Coordinator, Vessel Vetting, Commercial Marine: The applicant will carry out “Risk Assessment” and vetting evaluation of all vessels nominated for COP marine movements on regional & global basis. The applicant will be a close liaison and response to commercial group for vessel evaluation and guidance. Quick response to changing requirements in a daily dynamic environment with changing priorities. The applicant will provide support in the implementation of the Global Marine Vetting Standards and the auditing process.
Senior Petrophysicist: The Petrophysical Analysis Group within SsT is the company’s primary source for Petrophysical technology development, application, and support. The Group works closely with many other technical groups in ConocoPhillips in the areas of stratigraphy, seismic analysis, geomodeling, reservoir simulation, drilling, well completions, laboratory rock mechanics, as well as petrophysicists distributed in our global business units. The group also works closely with many universities and research institutes.
Commercial RightAngle ETRM Application Support Analyst: This position is part of the Commercial Liquids Application Support Team which is responsible for first line support to the Commercial organization applications used for the trading of Clean, Heavy, NGL, and Crude products as well as support to the Commercial Marine organization. The primary responsibilities of this functional analyst position will be to provide business solutions/functional-based systems production support to our Commercial Energy Trading and Risk Management (ETRM) organization. In addition to front line application support, this position will network with Commercial, Accounting, Finance, Risk, and other IT support groups and software vendors to investigate, analyze, troubleshoot and determine how to configure and exploit new functionality for the benefit of the Commercial organization.
Strategic Sourcing Manager, Well Operations: Develops and leads the deployment of Sourcing Strategies that are aligned with and yield measurable value for the Well Operations category.
Senior Consultant, SEC reporting: The responsibilities may include some of the following: Ensuring compliance with SEC financial reporting requirements; Key contributor in quarterly, annual, and intermittent SEC filings; Review of press releases, external presentations, and printed materials for compliance with SEC guidance.
Maintenance Reliability Lead-Waddell Ranch: This position serves as ConocoPhillips Company’s Mechanical Integrity Lead. This position will have oversight of several programs and is responsible for communications and support within the asset’s operating areas.
Eagle Ford Field HSE Specialist: The Field HSE Specialist will coordinate and provide oversight for the safety, health, environmental and regulatory compliance for field personnel including Production Operations, In House Compression (IHC) and Operations Support. The Field HSE Specialist promotes compliance in accordance with company and regulatory requirements.
Training Services Analyst: The Training Services Analyst plans, develops, and manages Global Commercial on-boarding training for new Commercial employees, contractors, interns, temporary employees and others who directly support the Commercial organization to effectively meet Compliance & Regulatory requirements and meet business unit’s employee training & development needs. The position’s responsibility includes but is not limited to developing training courses, determining specific Compliance training and function specific development training needed by employees, developing global plans and processes for Commercial employees to receive appropriate Compliance training upon arrival and complete the training, assessing positions with Commercial Management to ensure that proper training is received by employees, developing and executing a training standard as it relates to on-boarding new employees, and developing a training database that can be utilized as a Training Center of Excellence for Commercial training needs.
Mechanical Contact Engineer: Fill an entry level mechanical engineering technical position for fixed equipment in support of an oil refinery; provide technical support to the refining site with a focus on troubleshooting, asset improvement, and technology selection; located in Chalmette, LA, with possible short or long-term relocation opportunity to other company engineering or manufacturing sites. Job function reports to Fixed Equipment Technical Services Department Supervisor and Department Head.
XTO -Production Coordinator: Communicate and correspond with various government agencies. Coordinate production audits consisting of: Confirm all operated wells to Procount; Verify wells by lease number, CA #, PA #, Unit #; Verify surface commingle and off-lease measurement; Compare volumes between wellhead and CDP meters. Job is in Aztec, N.M.
XTO – Division Order Analyst: Analyze and process documents received for change of ownership and apply changes through the DOI Transfer System. Prepare and mail transfer letters for completed transfers. Assist Sr. Analysts in preparation of revenue, estimated, payment and entitlement decks in accordance with record title and/or broker information, as well as special projects. Requests division orders to process and handles assigned owner inquiries.
Beaumont Complex Safety Engineer : The Beaumont Complex Safety Engineer will advise, develop, and execute strategies and programs to improve overall safety performance for the Beaumont Complex. The Safety Engineer will play a key role in safety procedure and program consolidation across the joint site. The Safety Engineer will also play a key role in development and execution of major site safety initiatives and programs.
Advanced Process Control Engineer: Develop and provide support for basic process control applications using basic application engineering skills such as point configuration, loop tuning, and identification of process dynamics; Maintain and modify existing process control applications and operator interfaces; Identify and install new applications and interfaces to increase process safety, operability, and profitability; Provide process control support during project development, installation, and startup
Aviation/Hydraulic Lubricant Formulator: The Aviation/Hydraulic lubricant formulator will have overall responsibility for implementing and progressing R&D and technical service programs for hydraulic lubricants designed to meet industry and customer needs, with a focus on hydraulic lubricants for the aviation industry. The formulator will develop and provide technical service for innovative lubricant products supported by application and equipment knowledge for enhanced product application performance. The position will be located at ExxonMobil’s global Products Research and Technology Center in Paulsboro, NJ.
XTO – Regulatory Analyst: Assure consistent and accurate submission of regulatory filings with Federal, Indian, State and other agencies as necessary. Assist and support all staff members within Regulatory Department. Update and maintain tracking system, gather and coordinate data needed with engineering and field to comply with all regulatory requirements. Must have a basic understanding of oil and gas leases, communitization/unit agreements and downhole commingling; other duties as assigned.
Hydroprocessing R&D Specialist: Identify new process, catalyst and/or hardware research areas and drive development of new technologies to commercial deployment; Utilize state-of-the-art, high-throughput test equipment, pilot plant units and advanced models to develop fundamental understanding and accelerate R&D; Provide fundamental insights on key process, catalyst and hardware variables which impact unit performance and provide field support as required; Collaborate with engineering, catalyst, modeling and process experts to support global best practice development and value generation.
XTO – Drilling Foreman: Accurate Daily reporting of drilling operations in wellview and daily updates to drilling engineer and drilling superintendent. 24 hour supervision of rig operations and be able to work in inclement weather. Track and report accurate field costs in the wellview rig reports. Plan and carry out Daily drilling operations.
Construction Site Manager: Lead Site Safety and HSE; Lead and Manage company site team(s) for completion of construction activities in accordance with project objectives, schedule, priorities, and contract specifications; Serve as member of the Project Team (PT) when project assigned; Supervise on-site contractual administration and specification compliance.
Onshore U.S. Completions/well intervention engineer: Responsible for management of onshore light tight oil (LTO) operations in the U.S. Prefer candidate with experience designing and executing hydraulic fracture treatments. Wells require hydraulic fracture treatments for economic production. Other challenges include long-reach horizontal wells, water production issues, water management, etc.
Principal petrophysicist: The primary purpose of this position is to conduct fundamental and applied research in petrophysics and its applications to exploration and appraisal problems.
R&D Petrophysicist: Support the creation and execution of Unconventional Gas and Tight Oil research and development program with focus on improved development and recovery schemes. Major projects are in place and under development in North America with significant growth potential worldwide. These projects contain substantial hydrocarbon resources. Supporting the existing developed fields and unlocking the significant remaining undeveloped potential requires improved exploration and recovery technologies,and represents one of the largest opportunities in the Shell portfolio.
Senior reservoir engineer: Responsibilities may include the following: Estimation of recoverable hydrocarbons from offshore reservoirs in the Gulf of Mexico; Generation of production forecasts for economic evaluation; Booking of resource volumes and proved reserves; Planning field developments.
Drilling supervisor: The Drilling Supervisor role is a high responsibility, operational one as the leading company representative on the drilling rig or work-over unit, managing a team, planning and prioritizing activities and using your expertise to resolve any operational problems safely and efficiently. As a leadership figure, you’ll be pivotal in ensuring alignment with the company’s principles, vision, key objectives and legislative requirements.
Project engineer: The Project Engineer manages a wide variety of small to large Capital projects ranging $0.5mln to $10mln TIC (Total Installed Cost) for the Motiva Convent Refinery (Partnership between Shell Oil Products US and SRI). Focus of this position is Project Management of complex Mechanical, Civil, and Instrumentation projects utilizing the Shell Project Process.
Senior lead auditor of maritime: The mission of the review team is to provide an assurance to the Corporate Social Responsibility Committee that the Management of Maritime risk within Upstream International, Upstream Americas & Downstream Leadership Teams is compliant with International, National and Group requirements. Emphasis is also placed whenever possible on the ability to add value to the bottom line of customers and shareholders business while enhancing marine risk management. The incumbent will undertake process driven business reviews of Business Units shipping & marine activities on a worldwide basis. The position encourages the sharing of knowledge gained from this work by networking with marine professionals, providing training and advice to Business Units. As a member of the Shell Trading and Shipping Company (STASCO) emergency response team, to act as an adviser to the chief executive of a company in the event of a shipping incident, including oil spill.
Drilling engineer: The Drilling Engineer is responsible for the front end design of major projects and/ or designing, planning, and supporting of drilling operations and post drilling analysis of deepwater wells. The engineer will work closely with the subsurface disciplines, subsea systems, other well disciplines (e.g. petroleum engineering, completions) and regulatory to come up with the safest and most efficient plans to drill a well while meeting all expectations.
Drilling engineer Deepwater: The Drilling Engineer is responsible for the front end design of major projects and/ or designing, planning, and supporting of drilling operations and post drilling analysis of deepwater wells. The engineer will work closely with the subsurface disciplines, subsea systems, other well disciplines (e.g. petroleum engineering, completions) and regulatory to come up with the safest and most efficient plans to drill a well while meeting all expectations.
Petroleum technologist – Cement: Responsibilities may include the following: Provide cement support for over 70 global projects within the Shell organization; Support the cementing operations of the business from the tendering stage to on-location execution; Identify, develop and source new technologies to meet the challenges of day to day operations.
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