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  • Job reference: RMS0108885

Subsea Risers and Flowlines Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Luanda
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 05/04/2012
  • Time left:
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The Company:
Our global leading client is seeking highly skilled, experienced & capable contract international employees to work on a large multinational complex oil & gas project..

The Role:
Our client is seeking an experienced Subsea Risers and flowlines Engineer to be concerned with the safe and efficient operation of the project
Central to the role is the delivery of specialised engineering for integrity assurance and management of deepwater flowline, risers, oil offloading lines and umbilical’s. This a challenging role with a diverse scope that requires strong interaction with stakeholders and skills associated with working in a highly capable team environment
Interpret and apply the integrity management system to the necessary subsea architecture
Evaluate subsea systems integrity, its performance and identify anomalies/irregularities
Interpret and report residual and emerging risks associated with the subsea system under review
Demonstrate comprehensive technical understanding of the subsea system
Perform and complete system failure analyse using appropriate tools
Develop risk based intervention strategies and plans as required
Communicate and support subsea and FPSO based intervention activities as required
Collect, collate and interpret reliability data for periodic reporting of system performance
Conduct reviews of project technical documentation and correlate with technical practice s
Manage third party scopes of work and services and hold these parties accountable for delivery
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