Wood Group UK is looking for a Start-up/Flow Assurance Engineer

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Position: Start-up/Flow Assurance Engineer

Role Synopsis:

The BP Shah Deniz field is a High Pressure (HP) gas-condensate development located off the deep-water shelf in the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian Sea, approximately 100km south of Baku. The development of the Shah Deniz second stage consists of a subsea production system comprising subsea trees and manifolds located on the north, west and east flanks of the field development. The North and West Flanks have been commissioned and are currently in production. The subsea infrastructure for the South and East areas of the field are still to be fully installed in water depths ranging from approximately 412m for the West South Flank to approximately 530m for the East South area of the field.

Reporting to the Start-Up Manager, the Start-up / Flow Assurance Engineer has a key role in delivery of the Start-up strategies and planning this substantial project in BP’s AGT portfolio.

The role will be based offshore on a rotational basis, 4 weeks on and 4 weeks off, as part of the start-up team for the Hook-Up, Commissioning and start-up phases. The focus will be the development of Start-up Execution and Assurance strategy and other critical Start-up documents as well as managing the Project Interfaces, especially with Commissioning and Subsea. Additionally the role will focus on performance managing Start-up readiness, ensuring all Start-up requirements are being met as per the Subplans, Interface management;  eventually execution of the start-up activities with a focus on Assurance and risk mitigation to support safe and leak free start-up execution leading to reliable operations .

This is an exciting role that provides the unique opportunity to make a real difference in delivering the safe, reliable and compliant start-up of one of BP’s major and strategic projects.

Please send your CV to [email protected] by indicating the position title (Start-up/Flow Assurance Engineer) in the subject line of your email.

Source:http://caspianbarrel.org/