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Vacancies in Royal Dutch Shell Nigeria

Shell companies have been finding and producing oil and gas around the world for over a century. Today, we have interests in exploration and production ventures in more than 80 countries and employ approximately 90,000 people.

This is a technically challenging work environment characterised by a continuing need for research, the pursuit of new technology, and the adoption of new ways of working. It demands people who will thrive in a culture that encourages and rewards innovation, collaboration and the ability to learn from success as well as failure.

Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) is the pioneer and leader of the petroleum industry in Nigeria. It is capable of producing an average of over one million barrels of oil equivalent per day. The company's operations are concentrated in the Niger Delta and adjoining shallow offshore areas where it operates in an oil mining lease area of around 30,000 square kilometres.

Location: Lagos, Port Harcourt.

1.) Senior Mechanical Engineer - Static

2.) Senior Pipeline Construction Engineer

3.) Senior Process Engineer (Asset Surveillance & Optimisation)

4.) Senior Process Engineer

5.) Senior Project Engineer - Pipelines

6.) SE Support Geomatics

7.) Senior Cost Estimator

8.) HSE Support Infrastructure and Utilities

9.) HSE Advisor Completion & Well Intervention

10.) Snr. HSE Advisor Forcados Terminal

11.) Senior Umbililcals Engineer

12.) Senior Subsea Hardware Engineer

13.) Senior Pipeline Engineer

14.) Senior Project Engineer

15.) Senior Drilling Supervisor

16.) Drilling Supervisor

17.) Well Engineer, Cementing

18.) Well Engineer, Operations

19.) Senior Well Engineer, HPHT

20.) Senior Completions Engineer     

Application Deadline: 26th May, 2013

Click here for details and how to apply and select Africa as the region.

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