SPECIALIST IN PETROLEUM COMPANY

Especializaciones en la Industria Petrolera

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1.Completions Engineer

Completions Engineers develop plans for production from new wells and to improve the production from existing wells.  All available data has to be taken into account, such as information about the well pressure, temperature and the reservoir formation.  A completion engineer designs and monitors the installation of well completions and helps devise methods to improve oil and gas well production. Ensuring the overall Safety of drilling completion operations is a primary responsibility.

2. Service Engineer – Surface Wellhead

The Service Engineers will serve both internal and external customers in various working environments and locations both onshore and offshore and participate and contribute to successful testing, repair, maintenance or installation of all (Company or non-Company) wellhead equipment in a safe and competent manner, while maintaining a high standard of professionalism and integrity. This position will involve a high amount of travel both offshore and internationally

3.Production Engineer

Production Engineers are responsible for supervising and improving production at plants and factories. They support engineering teams, draw up safety protocols, report issues to the Manager, and develop strategies to improve efficiency and profit.

4.Reservoir Engineer

Reservoir engineers utilize their knowledge of geology and fluid mechanics to locate fuel in underground reservoirs. Those in this field will typically have a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering, but may also need a professional engineer license if they intend to work in the public sector. This is a continuously growing job market with a 2018 median salary of $137,170.

5.Drilling Engineer

Drilling engineers develop, plan, cost and supervise the operations necessary for drilling oil and gas wells. They can be involved throughout the lifecycle of a well,  from the initial well design to testing, completion and abandonment. Engineers can be employed on land, on offshore platforms or on mobile drilling units either by the operating oil company, a specialist drilling contractor or a service company.  The role can involve administering drilling and service contracts, engineering design, the planning of wells and supervising the drilling crew on site. Ensuring the overall Safety of drilling engineering operations is a primary responsibility.

6.Mud Engineer

Mud engineers are responsible for creating ‘mud’, or a mixture of fluids, clay and other minerals, that’s used in the process of drilling for oil or gas. They typically have a background in engineering or drilling, and may have either specialized education or training in mud. They work with other engineers and geologists.

7.Field Engineer

Field engineers are on-site technicians who troubleshoot issues and problems with equipment or systems. They can work in a variety of different sectors depending on the area of engineering they specialize in. This job involves applying theories to address problems, writing reports to outline these issues and solutions, and working with companies to help develop more efficient systems. Field engineers usually work most of their hours on site, so office work is minimal for them. This job is well suited to analytical and critical thinkers who can apply logic and theories to problems, have the patience to find resolutions to complex issues, and have strong communication skills.

8.Well Logger

Well logging is an important contributor to formation evaluation. The objectives of formation evaluation include assessing resource size, supporting the placement of wells, and interpreting reservoir performance during development. Logging tools can be designed to measure such physical quantities as electromagnetic and sonic wave signals that pass through a section of the formation and detect elementary particles emitted by formation rock. This chapter introduces the well logging environment, describes different types of logs, explains why combinations of logs are used, and discusses techniques and limitations of well log interpretation. The environment includes such factors as rock type and structure, fluids in the well and adjacent formation, temperature and pressure. The chapter considers three types of lithology logs in this section: the gamma‐ray log, the spontaneous potential (SP) log, and the photoelectric effect (PE) log. Porosity logs include density logs, acoustic logs, and neutron logs.

9. Wellsite Geologist

Wellsite geologists supervise every stage of the drilling process for extracting gas and oil. They study and analyse rocks from the oil and gas wells in order to direct the drilling, and identify the rock formation into which they are drilling. They use specialised tests, rock-cutting data, wireline data, core samples and other measures to do this, analysing and evaluating this to inform the drilling process.

It’s a high-pressure role, and wellsite geologists are responsible for liaising with  mudloggers and drilling engineers to ensure the drilling goes off without a hitch, as well as making sure that it follows the correct health and safety procedures.

10.Petrophysicist

Company is seeking to recruit a Petrophysicist to the planning, delivery and assurance of the project data acquisition program (logs and core). The early project development wells include a wide variety of well types, some very data-rich with core and full log suites, while others will have more limited logging while drilling (LWD) programs. The successful applicant will be actively involved in all well planning activities in addition to petrophysics. In due course there will be an opportunity for involvement in surveillance petrophysics to support the Base Management Team. There will be opportunities to champion and deploy new technologies such as LWD formation testers, and a bias
for innovation would be an advantage.

11. EOR Engineer

EOR is the abbreviation of Enhanced oil Recovery. In most cases the 60% of the oil and gas reserves remian unproduced after the normal production. To produce that60% of the reserves of oil and gas, engineers uses different techniques called Primary, secondary and tertiary technique to produce those oil from subsrface to surface. these techniques might be water flooding, gas injection or bacterial injection in reservoirs and this all work handle by EOR engineer.

12.Cementing Engineer

The cementing program with Company cementing engineer and liaise with Cement Service companies and request cement composition and calculates volume and chemicals required to ensure conformity with the cementing section approved procedure, standard and specifications. •

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1.Completions Engineer

Completions Engineers develop plans for production from new wells and to improve the production from existing wells.  All available data has to be taken into account, such as information about the well pressure, temperature and the reservoir formation.  A completion engineer designs and monitors the installation of well completions and helps devise methods to improve oil and gas well production. Ensuring the overall Safety of drilling completion operations is a primary responsibility.

-BASIC ROLE AND DUTIES

1.Designs and supervises the initial well completion in line with company, safety and industry standards

2.Collaborates with the rest of the well delivery team departments, local authorities and industry regulators

3.Makes sure that the well delivery process has been designed safely and is within the expected time and budget

4.Oversees well intervention, appraisal and testing activities

5.Examines and makes recommendations to solve well design problems, and to maximise daily output in a…

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