Brunel – Offshore Jobs in Oil and Gas Company Nigeria 2011

Brunel Energy  provides specialist personnel to the international oil  & gas, petrochemical, power generation and construction industries. Our clients are predominantly major operating companies and international engineering  or construction companies. Through a network of 35 offices in 5 continents (Europe, America, Asia, Africa  and Australia) we currently second nearly 4,000 Technical Engineering  Specialists to the largest multi-national Oil  & Gas Companies and major EPC Contractors, through well established global supply agreements.

Organisation
Our client is the fifth largest publicly-traded integrated international oil and gas company and a world-class chemicals manufacturer. The group operates in more than 130 countries and has 96, 950 employees.

Job description

The main objectives are set as follows:

1-Deliver with commitment to HSE excellence

2-Deliver to acceptable specifications

3-Deliver on time

4-Deliver within budget
5-Ensure a rigorous supervision of sub-sea construction and survey works from a support vessel; reliable reporting, sound anticipation in vessel preparation works.

6-Be responsible for implementing safe operations from the vessel.

7-Ensure the implementation of reliable and robust task plans.

8-Communicate about all technical interfaces and logistic issues linked to the vessel activities

The job holder will be involved into the following activities with his responsibilities :

HSE:

-Ensure/verify that CONTRACTOR and SUB-CONTRACTORS constantly meet the standards set by COMPANY HSE objectives

-Maintain a proactive HSE attitude in all working areas in line with COMPANY published standards (Wear adequate PPE, report (but in a positive way) anyone caught performing an unsafe act…) and comply with COMPANY requirements in terms of HSE training

-Promote any Safety Bulletins issued from with Project Group for awareness within CONTRACTOR organisation

-Follow up any analysis process of reported unsafe act, ensure close out and transmissions of the lessons learned

Planning :

-Define OIMR Vessel delivery plan in line with operational requirements

-Monitor CONTRACTOR progress against published plan ensure plans are updated on a weekly basis

-Communicate slippage to Lead Subsea Installation Engineer/Offshore Operations Supervisor and other relevant entities such that impact can be fully assessed and monitored. Instigate, as appropriate, and review CONTRACTOR’s recovery plan

-Review & sign minutes of meeting. Verify that actions are transferred to Action Register. Monitor Action Register to ensure that actions are relevant to OIMR vessel work is followed up and closed out within agreed times

-Manage inspection and certification activities

Reporting:

The OIMR Company Representative reports directly to the Lead Subsea Installation Engineer/Offshore Operations Supervisor and his reporting duties include:

-Attend OIMR Vessel engineering  kick off and safety meetings as and when required

-Issue COMPANY Daily Progress Reports (DPR)

-Attend Safety Audits as required

-Attend COMPANY / CONTRACTOR weekly progress meeting (dependent on Offshore operational needs)

Skills and working behaviour:

The bullets points here below are not truly project objectives. However, they describe the general behaviour required of the OIMR Company Representative in order to ensure the efficiency of the OIMR vessel team and promote a good working atmosphere within the OIMR Vessel team and with the CONTRACTOR.

Job requirements
Qualifications

Chartered or company trained Engineer, Technical Diploma  holder with good experience in subsea operations (Drilling/Completions and Installations) : – Sound background in Oil and Gas industry as an Installation specialist – Particular experience of Sub-sea system and of simultaneous operations in Oil  Production environment – Good communication and Co-ordination skills, team oriented

Fluent in English language, good ability in reporting and electronic files handling
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Offshore mechanical commissioning lead engineer

Brunel Energy  provides specialist personnel to the international oil  & gas, petrochemical, power generation and construction industries. Our clients are predominantly major operating companies and international engineering  or construction companies. Through a network of 35 offices in 5 continents (Europe, America, Asia, Africa  and Australia) we currently second nearly 4,000 Technical Engineering  Specialists to the largest multi-national Oil  & Gas Companies and major EPC Contractors, through well established global supply agreements.

Organisation
Our client is the fifth largest publicly-traded integrated international oil and gas company and a world-class chemicals manufacturer. The group operates in more than 130 countries and has 96, 950 employees.

Job description

ACTIVITIES

1. Approval of contractor’s methods and strategies for commissioning. Approval of contractors system commissioning procedures and Operational Test Procedures.

2. Ensure all pre-commissioning and commissioning execution activities are carried out safely and in accordance with the project HSE plan.

3. Witness contractor’s performance of pre-commissioning to achieve mechanical Completion on a sub-system basis. Planning and progress reporting.

4. Expert knowledge of commissioning completion system (ICAPS). Other completion system experience is relevant.

5. Approval of contractor’s commissioning planning and follow up of progress according to plan.

6. Approval of contractor’s punch list activities and control of punch list items including sign-off of punch list items. Planning and progress reporting.

7. Assistance and contractor follow up during off-shore installation, hook-up and commissioning and production start-up. Progress reporting and planning.

Job requirements

Qualification: Appropriate mechanical engineering qualification.

Professional Experience (number of years) : Minimum 15 years.

Expert knowledge and experience of mechanical, piping and safety systems Commissioning & Start-up work on FPSOs: preparing commissioning strategy, developing network planning, coordinating integrated plan, contractor follow up and supervision during pre-commissioning and commissioning, management of systems handover process and integration with FPSO operations teams. Proven experience in pre-commissioning and commissioning of large rotating machinery.

A broad knowledge of all aspects of the E&P business, experience in a multi-project E&P company environment with a thorough understanding of the technical and commercial issues and risks associated with the project.
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