1. Experienced candidates to carry out corrosion monitoring data management and analysis to enhance integrity management of oil and gas assets. 2. The focus will be on cathodic protection (CP), corrosion rate and fluids monitoring (CRM), ongoing corrosion mechanism and, collocated and interacting with those managing and analyzing inspection data for the same assets 3.
Performance of equipment monitoring data management and analysis tasks for one or both of CP and CRM, including but are not limited to: o Review and QC of incoming data to ensure quality o Summarization and interpretation of monitoring data including identification, assessment of severity, and documentation of nonconformances or other findings o Technical review of corrosion monitoring reports, review of chemical injection/dosing performance, risk based inspection planning and review. o Development of fit-for-service recommendations to address integrity threats, integrity program inefficiencies, and other identified opportunities for life extension of the asset in the form of technical report o Direct communication with collocated and field engineers to ensure proper understanding of conclusions and recommendation Upload of data to a central database is expected to be part of the job; however, collocated data management personnel are also expected to be available to assist. Support company integrity management initiatives including maturation of the above workflows and potentially implementation of new work flows or data types to enhance the corrosion engineering and integrity management program Job requirements: Training and certifications: o Bachelor or higher degree from a recognized university in chemical engineering / materials or corrosion engineering / mechanical engineering. o Minimum 12yrs to 20 years of professional experience in corrosion control of oil and gas (production, refining, transmission) or related industries (petrochemical, etc.) o NACE, API, or similar certifications in various aspects of integrity management (CP, inspection, etc.) may be beneficial but are not required.
o Hands on experience with various corrosion control models like Electronic Corrosion! Engineer (ECE), NORSOK e.t.c Nontechnical skills: o Strong verbal and written communication skills in English both in person and remotely o Able to work effectively in teams, both in person and virtually o Willing and able to identify and bring forwar! d work flow improvement options Technical skills, competencies, and experience: o Work experience in integrity management involving CP and/or CRM with either an operating company, a field service provider (e.g., CP company or chemical vendor), or an engineering/technical firm; other similar experience may be considered. o Strong analytical skills to enable efficient evaluation of a high volume of data.
o Familiar with oil and gas or similar facilities and the associated fixed equipment with onsite experience being a plus. o Able to assess integrity data in support of assets and equipment that you have limited direct knowledge since site visits are expected to be uncommon. o Working knowledge of risk based equipment strategies and integrity programs for one or more types of fixed equipment (pressure equipment, pipelines, structures, subsea, etc.) o Working knowledge of internal and external corrosion mechanisms common to the oil and gas industry and the corresponding corrosion management options (CP, chemical treatment, coatings, remediation or repairs etc.) o Familiar with industry codes and standards involving CP and/or CRM processes (NACE, API, ASTM, etc.) o Familiar with risk based inspection of one or more types of fixed equipment