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Singapore Oil Gas Completions Jobs Indonesia

Posted By: mcashley

Date: Sun, 2 Aug 2009

Remuneration: Best Offer

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New Career Opportunity

Australian Oil & Gas Corporation requires,

Senior Completions Engineer : One(1) person

Working out of Jakarta, 240 days, single posting

Rate is US1000 per day, Over and above would be mob and demob cost,
Relocation or family posting will be considered

His main purpose of assignment/duties is to construct the completion philosophy in
consultation with the Company’s Drilling and Subsurface Team and other consultants.
The following scope of work shall be fulfilled as a minimum commitment.

< Investigate possible formation damage mechanism >

Maximizing well productivity is the fundamental goal. The higher well productivity
is the lower the unit cost of produced hydrocarbons (due to reduced number of wells
and asso ciated infra-structure required - reservoir geometry permitting etc).
Formation damage avoidance together with an integrated approach to drilling and
completion design will achieve the above goal.

A) Review reservoir data from logs, rock petrology, core data, production test
results, porosity/permeability correlation’s, drilling data etc to identify
potential formation damage mechanisms.
B) Develop a strategy to identify potential formation damage mechanisms.
C) Draft formation damage test procedure and discuss/agree with contractor in
D) Monitor laboratory work, fine-tune and optimise the work program as
intermediate results become available if possible.
E) Evaluate the effect of drilling fluids and practices used to date on well
inflow performance and to identify opportunities for improvement (e.g. type and
character of drilling fluid, drilling practices, time vs. damage relationship).
Also it may be possible to identify reservoir zones or units that are particularly
susceptible to formation damage or certain damage mechanisms.
F) Estimate of potential undamaged well inflow performance.
G) Submit report.

< Review techniques for drilling reservoir >

A) Select drilling fluid, weighting agents and bridging particles and make
B) Review drilling techniques and the impact on formation damage and make
C) Study the effects of overbalance. This will include reviewing the required mud
weight for different orientations, the effect of ECD depending on interval lengths.
Select the optimum interval length.

< Review completion design >

A) Review and recommend completion material selection
B) Maximize productivity (erosional velocities/ pressure drops etc need to be
C) Maximize reliability, especially important for sub-sea wells (materials
selection to combat corrosion, long term reliability of completion components etc)
D) Associated work may also be required from the Reservoir Engineer to validate
the recommendations from the formation damage test.
E) Liaison with Company’s subsea, facilities and operations team in order to
coordinate subsea architecture design for well entry, well monitoring and well
F) Develop Basis of Well Design of completion

This position shall have an extensive experience for overall completion designing
work under the deepwater (500 – 700m WD), huge gas reserves and high temperature (>150 deg C) conditions.

<< Requirements / Competency >>
n minimum of 15 years relevant oil field experience
n at least 8 years working for an operator, having followed an operator’s training
n ; at least 5 years working experience as completions engineer or senior completions
engineer or similar position including handle several highly productive gas
reservoir completion
n have enough knowledge of drilling engineering, familiar with data acquisition,
and reservoir engineering
n more than one solid experience being involved in deepwater, subsea completion
designing throughout the project as senior completions engineer or higher position.
n Familiar with modern subsea well completion components and equipments including
data measurement and well intervention tools.
n other required experiences and knowledge to carry out and fulfill his scope of
work as mentioned above.

After reading the above requirements, will you still be interested in pursuing this opportunity? Are you the right person for the job? Do you have the experience and expertise? If YES, please revert and we will forward your details to the employer.

If NO, do you know of anyone suitable for the position, will truly appreciate introductions or referrals. Thanks & Regards,

Executive Search Manager
Head Hunting Division
Mc Ashley Singapore
Tel: 62451801
Mobile: 97876343

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