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  • Job reference: RMS0156516

Lead Process Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Qatar - Other
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 29/04/2015
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The Company:
My Client is a leading petroleum company in Qatar is seeking an experienced Lead Process Engineer for a long term contract.

The Role:
Type of contract: Residential
Location: Qatar
Day Rate: Negotiable
Accommodation, flights: Provided

The successful candidate should be a discipline process engineer with relevant extensive experience in the design, and engineering support for procurement and installation and commissioning activities with the upstream hydrocarbon process engineering challenges on stand alone offshore installations and complexes. This includes the technical and safety challenges with processing H2S containing well fluids including dehydration, sweetening and re-injection. Extensive experience with the FEED and EPIC phase of larger projects is a requirement ( Projects > 1 bln $US ).
This experience should include:

- The responsibility for process engineering components for the design and installation integrity
- Technical authority role for the approval of standard and spec deviation.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
University degree
Extensive H2S experience
15 years + relevant experience
International experience
Should have performed a technical and organizational leadership role to a professional senior engineering team of at least 5 staff in either an NOC or IOC.
Candidates must be under 60 years of age for visa purposes
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