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  • Job reference: RMS0130457

Senior Flow Assurance Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Perth
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 05/02/2014
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The Company:
Our Client is an International Company involved in the supply of Energy globally. Their Operations cover Exploration, Production and Downstream and at present they have projects in over 25 Countries worldwide.
In Australia they are involved in one of the Country's largest LNG Projects, including both Gas and Condensate which is currently in FEED (Front End Engineering Design) Stage.

The Role:
Pre-Operational Phase

• Responsible for updating and maintaining flow assurance models.
• Responsible for developing operating guidelines for subsea systems, transfer lines and gas export pipeline.
• Responsible for developing operating envelopes for subsea systems, transfer lines and gas expert pipeline.
• Reviewing erosion and corrosion analysis and solid management
• Responsible for input into the operation training simulator and the operator decision support system ( including on line OLGA and PLMS)

Operational Phase

• Support operations with Flow Assurance issues.
• Responsible for validating and tuning and maintaining FA models to operating conditions.
• Responsible for providing transient analysis to assess the impact of abnormal scenarios, upset conditions, start up condition and phase behaviour relating to production chemistry issues.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Degree in a related engineering technical area.

Microsoft Packages, SAP, EDW

OLGA, Pipesim Pipenet, Hysis, Pro11, generic reservoir/ petroleum eng models, network models

15+ years’ experience in flow assurance

Experienced in subsea systems design and process

Experience in flow assurance and process issues in operations
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