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Malaysia Oil Gas Process Engineering Jobs KL

Posted By: mcashley

Date: Tue, 24 Nov 2009

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Malaysia Oil Gas Process Engineering Jobs KL


International Oil & Gas MNC in KL Malaysia requires,


Senior Process Engineer, Oil & Gas


Project Location: Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Project Scope LNG Liquefaction Plants and LNG Regassification Terminals.
Onshore/Offshore
Expected Coming into Force January 2010


JOB & SCOPE DESCRIPTION


Senior Process Engineer


Process unit leader responsible for managing a team of up to 5 process
engineers. An engineer with chemical engineering degree with minimum 10 years of
process design experience and having worked at least 2 years on the key areas
of LNG liquefaction and/or LNG Regassification projects.


Remuneration will commensurate with experiences & qualifications.


MUST have engineering diploma/degree, oil & gas experience & expertise. Do you qualify for any of the position? If YES, kindly send us your CV, please include your photo, last drawn salary & 2 references. In your email, please indicate which position you are applying for. Only candidates with relevant oil & gas experience will be considered


Email: mcashley@starhub.net.sg


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