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FPSO Mechanical Commissioning Engineer
at Eni International Resources ltd in Singapore

FPSO Mechanical Commissioning Engineer at Eni International Resources ltd in Singapore

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Posted on January 1, 1970
  • Languages Fluent English is a Must

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eni is looking for a FPSO Mechanical Commissioning Engineer to join the project in Angola and to work remotely from Singapore on a residential basis. It will be a 12 months assignment. About eni eni is one of the worlds largest integrated energy companies, with more than 82,300 people on the team and operations in 85 countries. Our activities span oil and gas exploration and production, international gas transportation and marketing, power generation, refining and marketing, and chemicals and oilfield services. Listed on the Dow Jones Sustainability and FTSE4Good indices, were a business that believes in succeeding by doing the right thing. As an international employee with eni, you will enjoy the dedicated support of eni international resources (eirl) a specialist team that exists to attract, recruit, assist and develop our globally mobile community of oil and gas professionals. In 2015, eirl was awarded Top Employer UK for the second consecutive year, in recognition of our high quality employee conditions. About the project Enis presence in Angola dates back to 1980 when the country opened up hydrocarbons exploration to foreign oil companies. This led to the arrival in Angola of all the major international oil companies. Eni was awarded Block 1 and Block 3, along with other foreign companies. In 1987, Eni was invited by the government to enter the Cabinda area, in a joint venture that was once led by Chevron. Exploration and development activities are concentrated in conventional and deep offshore areas covering a total, developed and undeveloped, of 21,489 km, including 4,442 net to Eni. In 2013, Enis share of hydrocarbon production in Angola amounted to 87,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/day). As a FPSO Mechanical Commissioning Engineer your primary responsibility will be to support the Block 15/06 Commissioning Start-up Superintendent in controlling/manage the Commissioning & start-up as well as to supervise the Contractor work force while implementing their tasks ensuring that works are performed according to project specifications, international rules and schedule. As a FPSO Mechanical Commissioning Engineer your main responsibilities will involve: Review/approve the contractor commissioning procedure Manage Nitrogen Helium Leak Test & Bolt Tensioning scope of work, reinstatement test pack, tender briefing, and all relevant document preparation and Reinstatement Test Package Attend and guide commissioning team for Factory Acceptant Test (FAT) and review FAT procedures from vendor for both marine and topside packages throughout construction till the FAT at vendor premises Executing final inspection Punch lists clearance
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