SPDC Recruits Production Technologist in Port Harcourt

Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) is the pioneer and leader of the petroleum industry in Nigeria. It is capable of producing an average of over one million barrels of oil equivalent per day. The company's operations are concentrated in the Niger Delta and adjoining shallow offshore areas where it operates in an oil mining lease area of around 30,000 square kilometres.

Vacancy Title: Production Technologist - Vacancies: 2

Job ID: F38211

Job Location: Port Harcourt, Nigeria

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

  1. Expert in well modeling, production measurement, well/resrvoir problem diagnosis, production and petroleum enginering studies.
  2. Good understanding of HSE and Well integrity issues
  3. 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
  4. 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.
  5. Should be familiar with fundementals of well and completion design and
  6. should have skills in different well operations / services eg stimulation, perforating, repairs/workover etc.

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Application Deadline:  7th September, 2013

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