Completions & Well Interventions Engineer
Oil & Gas
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A major oil and gas Operating Company in the State of Qatar
The Completion & Well Intervention Engineer is responsible for providing C&WI support (planning, design and operational support) for C&WI and Well Integrity related operations.
•Provide C&WI planning/design/operations support, with a focus on ad-hoc operations i.e. additional and remedial C&WI workscope
•Develop, maintain and integrate systems and procedures for executing C&WI activities in the Company Well Delivery and Asset organisation.
•Prepare well intervention, well integrity and completion programmes in accordance with Wells standards and specifications, Well Delivery Process, Well Integrity Management System and Company Assurance Framework.
•Ensure contractor equipment, materials and services meets Well Delivery standards, specifications and contract terms.
•Support the Well Delivery, Subsurface and Production Operation teams with planning of C&WI activities.
•Adhere to Company reporting/document management systems, ensuring correct data is available for field life.
•Provide the technical specifications for C&WI contracts and perform technical bid evaluations if required.
•Deliver cost reduction initiative through application of new technologies and efficient practices.
•Perform Contract Holder duties for 1 to 2 contracts.
Essential Skills / Qualifications:
•Experience with sour gas activities.
•Relevant experience meaning: minimum 4 years as C&WI onsite supervisor, 1-2 years C&WI engineer design/operations (onshore) experience.
•Valid IWCF Well Control Training Required (Well Interventions)
•Valid Offshore medical Certificate
•HSE and Performance driven.
•Ability of working and managing in a multi-cultural environment.
•Excellent command of written and spoken English.
Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
•Exposure to a wide range of C&WI activities in a supervisory roll including Offshore platform interventions, DST well testing, and completion/workover operations would be preferred.