- Location: Malaysia
- Salary: Market related
- Minimum a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or Petroleum discipline
- Minimum ten (10) years of oil & gas experience, of which minimum three (3) years of subsea intervention supervisory role (experience in Malaysia is a plus)
- Knowledge of Subsea Intervention Vessel operations
- Has an approved International Well Control Forum (IWCF) Level 4 Certificate.
- Possess a valid BOSIET
- Has worked on at least three (3) type of subsea well intervention projects involving coiled tubing, acid stimulation, slickline and e-line operations.
- Able to support both office planning and offshore supervisory role
- Salary£27.1k - 54.3k per year
Senior Petroleum EconomistJob description- Overall responsible for Upstream assets and development projects economic valuation in SMJSB.- A member of SMJ EP team, reporting to SMJ Upstream Director, working together with other members of SMJ EP team and assisting SMJ's Upstream Director to deliver SMJ EP business objectives- Responsible to develop, update and maintain petroleum economic and financial models, perform regular quality checks to ensure models are bugs free, accurate and efficiently organized and documented for quality control and audit trail purposes- Responsible to organize and quality check on input data and assumptions, on technical and financial, to the economic and financial models and quality check on output data to make sure modelling and calculations are error free prior to releasing results to stakeholders- Responsible to perform exploration and late life asset economics both using deterministic and probabilistic approach- With the support and input from external consultant, carry out comprehensive economic evaluations backed up with appropriate commercial terms in all Upstream asset acquisition exercise.- Responsible to prepare and report out, make presentations to management team on results and recommendations on economic and financial evaluations- Contract holder and manager for engaging external consultants on inputs to Upstream economic and fiscal terms modelling.- Actively participate in company's HSE and CSR initiatives and programs that include but not limited to, safety observations and HSE Trainings, community and society contributionsQualifications and Skill:- Minimum with Bachelor's degree in petroleum engineering or equivalent engineering or economics- Min 15 years' experience in the Oil & Gas company with considerable experience in petroleum economics- Experience in Upstream commercial negotiation would be an added advantage- experienced in managing wide range of petroleum economics and fiscal terms in Malaysia like PSC and PITA terms, cost recovery, ARO issues etc..- experienced in managing wide range in exploration (EMV approach), project FIDs (incremental approach) and production economics (enhancement, efficiency and Late Life Assets).- Strong and fast in Microsoft office tools and good data management skills- Strong analytical and strategic thinking skills and the ability to draw and support technical and commercial conclusions. - Good communication and presentation skills, strong interpersonal skills. Ability to express professional opinions both orally and in writing. - Able to mentor junior petroleum economist staff in EP works. - Able to cope with high pressure working environment in fast turnaround and off office hour works.
- SalaryMarket related
My client are lookng fill the exciting and pivotal role of Grid Specialist. The successful candidate will work closely with the clients Investment Team to provide grid-related advice and services on existing and new investment opportunities throughout the development cycle and across multiple technologies, including onshore and offshore wind, solar and energy storage. In the clients current development pipeline of onshore wind projects, there is a significant value-add opportunity to provide strategic advice and to help maximise success for the connection of projects. There is also an opportunity to deliver grid connection solutions across a variety of new technology developments, including energy storage, repowering, solar and to explore the co-location of batteries with wind and solar. It is expected that the successful individual will also leverage their existing industry contacts and relationships to help maximise project success.Key Responsibilities of the Role: Providing a variety of advice and services in relation to grid connections and energy storage for a portfolio of renewable energy projects, across onshore and offshore wind, solar and energy storage technologies.Providing strategic advice on grid connections through all stages of the development lifecycle (e.g. identifying preferred connection methods, estimating likely levels of constraint / curtailment, analysing opportunities for clustering of connections across multiple projects etc.).Using grid connection planning and pre-planning phase experience to input to the design of grid connections and to identify and assess potential project risks at planning stage.Identifying opportunities for the business in the area of energy storage technology, particularly in long duration energy storage.Managing the connection offer process for projects in both pre-planning and post-planning stages of development.Tracking policy developments in all areas of grid infrastructure and identifying emerging opportunities for the business as these policies evolve.Leveraging relationships with key stakeholders including system operators, regulators, industry organisations and public bodies to best serve the business.Developing intellectual property for the business in the area of grid connections through participation in industry organisations, conferences, industry forums and training courses.Providing advice across multiple areas of development, including green field development, repowering opportunities, hybridisation and co-location of wind / solar with energy storage.Providing technical input into interactions with our investment committee throughout the investment cycle. Suitable Candidate Requirements: Undergraduate or higher degree in an electrical engineering or other similar technical discipline.A minimum 8 years' prior experience working in grid connections and / or electrical design, gained in either an electrical engineering consultancy, utility company, renewable developer or similar background.Experience in early stage (planning and pre-planning) development of renewables infrastructure. Experience of energy storage technology would be a distinct advantage.Solid, demonstrable, and relevant experience in renewable developments with a proven track record.An ability to form enduring relationships with project stakeholders including system operators, regulators, project managers and other specialist consultants.Strong interpersonal skills, and an ability to build rapport quickly and develop long-term relationships with all stakeholder groups.A resilient character with the ability to operate optimally within a fast-paced, private equity-backed environment. This role is based in Cork but can be flexible for the correct candidate (e.g. Dublin)
- SalaryMarket related
Job description- Candidate is one of the business directors in COMPANY, reporting to COMPANY CEO and primarily responsible for developing and managing the upstream (Exploration and Production) business- Responsible to propose, seek approval from Board and deliver the business development plan for growing the COMPANY's EP upstream business- A member of COMPANY management team, working together with other members of Management team and Directors and assisting COMPANY's CEO to deliver the integrated COMPANY corporate business objectives.- A Shareholders' representative and member of Management Committee in non-operating ventures, taking the lead in managing the NOV business to maximise profitability and to protect shareholder's interests.- Lead the negotiating team to negotiate for successful acquisition and/or participation of upstream assets and projects.- Lead the EP teams and resources in COMPANY to deliver EP business development plan and coordinate the team's work on NOV matters. Develop young technical professionals in the EP team.- Overall responsible for technical, financial and legal due diligence activities on farm in projects, develop commercial framework and proposals for Board approval prior to negotiating with Petronas.- Contract holder and manager for engaging and licensing external technical and commercial consultants and technologies and tools to support the pursuit and realization of upstream projects.- Prepare board papers and get approval from COMPANY Board of Directors on COMPANY upstream matters.- Actively participate in HSE and CSR initiatives and programs that include but not limited to, safety observations and HSE Trainings, community and society contributions Qualifications and Skill:- Minimum with Bachelor's degree in petroleum engineering or geosciences- Min 20 years' experience in the Oil & Gas company with a considerable broad range of technical and commercial management experience in upstream business activities and functions.- Have experience in managing Upstream asset.- Familiar with Petronas Upstream business commercial contracts and fiscal terms- Have good knowledge in Upstream exploration and development economic valuation dynamics and commercial construct.- Experience in Upstream deal making, or asset acquisition exercise would be an added advantage
- Salary$45k per year + Healthcare,Dental,Vision,Life Insurance
- LocationNew York
We're looking for a motivated Recruiter to join our New York City office this summer! Who are we?Spencer Ogden is a global energy and infrastructure sales company, specializing in people. Our diverse and award-winning company culture ensures that everyone experiences a fast-paced, professional, and collaborative working environment. Established in 2010, we have grown exponentially, with 15 offices worldwide and over 350 employees. As a Recruiter you will know the right people for the job – and the right jobs for our people. You will...Identify, pitch, and develop exceptional client and candidate relationships within a competitive industry, providing solutions, delivering results for our clients and enhancing candidates’ careers. Sourcing highly skilled candidates is in our DNA, and providing a quality service by headhunting, interviewing, and being the go-to-consultant is our goal. The role is fast paced, providing a variety of work and challenges daily.Other responsibilities include: Networking and developing new relationshipsMatching candidates to clients’ vacancies, submitting suitable candidates in line with company processHitting your goals! Set personal targets with managers on a daily, weekly, and monthly basisBusiness development, cold calling, and pitching Spencer Ogden’s services to potential clients What we offer: World-class, award-winning training and development programsWork from home up to 2 days a week15 paid vacation days, 8 paid holidays, 7 sick/mental health days, 4 volunteer days of your choice, Christmas to New Year paid off, and your birthday offMedical, vision, dental insurance and all premiums covered401k planBase salary plus uncapped commission - first year recruiters seeing between 15k and 20k in commission!Friday 3 pm finish and flexible working hours Are you qualified? Bachelor’s degree preferable; we are open to degree typeStrong communication and listening skillsMotivated individuals with a go-getter mentalityEntrepreneurial mindset, can think outside of the box and solve problemsAble to show initiativeResiliency!Must hold permanent working rights in the USA upon application Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to stay up to date with #LifeatSO