The Completion Engineer will be responsible for the planning and execution of wells. This posting cover Well (Completion) Engineer positions in both Mariner (operational) and Mariner East and Rosebank (field development).
The “Completion Programme Engineer” role reports technically to the Lead Engineer on a day-to-day basis and has a formal line function to the Leader Drilling and Well Engineering. The ‘’Field Development Engineer’’ role reports technically to the D&W Project Manager on a day-to-day basis and has a formal line function to the Leader Drilling and Well Engineering.
Roles and responsibilities:
- Safety in well design and execution.
- Work in multidisciplinary teams to deliver well planning and execution activities.
- Deliver risk assessments in well planning and execution.
- Deliver engineering feasibility and improvement projects to ensure department objectives are met.
- Prepare well concept selection reports.
- Compile well programmes.
- Plan Well On Paper reviews and experience sharing workshops.
- Engineering design using Landmark software suite.
- Develop and review of Well Barrier Schematics.
- Evaluate offset data and implement lessons learned.
- Evaluate and specify well equipment.
- Prepare time and cost estimates.
- Deliver Well Permits and Notifications.
- Prepare Detailed Operational Procedures for use at the rig site.
- Support the rig site during well execution.
- Review the Detailed Operations Procedures and risk assessments with the multi-disciplinary team ahead of operations (service company, rig contractor, offshore and onshore personnel).
- Participate in subsurface meetings and discussions during well planning and execution.
- Review and QC Daily Drilling Reports and real time data.
- Update Best Practices (as run Procedures/experience database).
- Implement continuous improvement activities.
- Lead management of change.
- Conduct Post Operations Meetings with the team.
- Update the as run Detailed Operations Procedures with Lessons Learned.
- Compile experience reports and final well reports.
- Develop and update well and completion drawings with as run description of the well equipment.
- Perform detailed studies into new technologies, well design and optimisation projects.
- Plan performance improvement workshops.
Additional roles and responsibilities (Field Development Engineer):
- Participate in the field development planning work (according to DW500)
- Collaborate with Petech and Facilities to establish optimum well design
- Participate in procurement work to establish contracts for the field development
- Work out strategies, standards, solutions and contingencies, including risk assessment and mitigation, to cope with a challenging field development.
You have solid knowledge in the completion discipline.
You have solid practical completion experience.
Relevant completion experience.
Strong commitment towards HSE.
Relevant experience may compensate for formal qualifications
Ability to live by our safety and security expectations.
Adhere to Equinor Safety Standard.
You act in line with Equinor’s safety and sustainability values and principles.
Deliver your work using Lean methodology and mindset.
Embrace new technologies eagerly.
You are flexible to change and able to adapt to the team’s direction.
You manage conflicting perspectives and agendas amongst internal stakeholders and influence and advise internal and external stakeholders.
You participate actively in teams and collaborate for improved performance.
You actively communicate the need for change.
Not just a job:
a career. We encourage you to take advantage of the many opportunities our global company offers, and empower you to build your career across multiple disciplines and geographies, exchange ideas and learn from others.
Rewards. We offer a range of reward programmes within one Equinor framework adapted to the local market. This includes competitive salary, variable pay schemes and a share savings plan.
Wellness and work-life balance. Our employees’ health and well-being is a priority and we encourage our people to make use of our flexible work arrangements to help balance their work and home lives efficiently.
An inclusive culture. Embracing an inclusive culture is a fundamental part of our values, and leveraging our diverse perspectives and experiences help us deliver together.
Our values are to be courageous, open, collaborative and caring. We believe in these qualities, which are essential for building an even stronger Equinor. If you can identify with them, you could be the one to strengthen our team. Candidates are expected to openly offer all relevant information about themselves during the recruitment process.
All permanent and temporary hires will be screened against relevant sanctions lists to ensure compliance with sanctions law and increase security.
Please note that this is a local position on local terms and conditions.