A company that has been entrusted with the exploration, development and production of natural gas resources from the fields which are located in East Malaysia.
Provide economic evaluation expertise and techno-commercial support to the Exploration and Petroleum Engineering department as well as co-ordinate development of the integrated corporate plan of future exploration and development activities
-Custodian of the Petroleum Economic Evaluation Program (PEEP). Responsible to run, maintain and update PEEP algorithms as and when required.
-Ensure integrity and quality of economic assessments used to underpin exploration and development decisions.
-Collate production/costs/bases datasheet for submission to Shareholders.
-Develop and maintain the corporate integrated plan.
-Support the development of new opportunities through the Area Development Plan.
-Establish good working relationships and strong network with Shareholders and MPM representatives as well as internal KPOC process owners.
* Minimum a Bachelor Degree in any Engineering discipline or equivalent
* Minimum of 8 years working experience in the upstream oil and gas industry (technical roles) preferably with exposure to Petroleum economics/Commercial aspects of the business
* Possess an array of both analytical, critical and negotiation skills, can work independently and communicate effectively across multiple functions and departments.
* Familiar with upstream oil and gas project feasibility, field development plan, area development plan and project tollgate reviews, basic reservoir/production, engineering, operations and capital budgeting
* Basic understanding of Production Sharing Contracts, Gas Sales Agreement, upstream oil and gas fiscal terms/arrangements, preferably in a Malaysian context
* Strong computer skills (e.g. Excel & Powerpoint)
* Good technical writing and communication skills
* Excellent interpersonal skills and capable of fostering strong relationships with Shareholders and Regulator
* Committed to handle assignments with tight datelines and changing priorities