Completions Engineer | Schlumberger

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Completions Engineer

Quito - Ecuador

Job Summary 

He is a key technical collaborator working in the Execution department. Provides technical input to proposals for reconditioning wells awaiting workover, to 
Completion proposals & initial tests and optimization candidates.
Provides technical and administrative support, in the design, development, monitoring and optimization of each of the activities of Completion and reconditioning of wells that the project executes, subject to approval of the Workover Leader.
 

Roles & Responsibilities 

  • Comply with government laws, policies and standards established by the company, ensuring that all QHSE risks that are part of operations are identified, understood and mitigated; in addition to dissemination to contractors
  • Comply with operations integrity standards (Well Integrity, PSIM, SQ, etc)
  • Monitor impact of quality deviations in your discipline and/or active
  • Conduct the economic analysis of AFEs of well completion and reconditioning, ensuring that the costs of activities are fully justified

 

Minimum Job Qualification

  • Petroleum engineer or mechanical or electronic engineer specializing in petroleum
  • Experience of 3 to 5 years in related positions.
  • Management of programs such as: TDAS, Well Builder, OFM, Pipesim, Avocet, Techlog, etc
  • Database management and statistical analysis of operational data 
  • Effective communication with professionals in different areas, supervisors and managers, service providers, government entities, in a written and verbal manner. 
  • Professional management of the Microsoft Office package.
  • Intermediate English - Advanced 
 
Schlumberger is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or other characteristics protected by law.

 

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