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Mechanical Engineer (Stationary Equipment)
Requisition ID: 1182325
Req Number: 16291BR
We are looking for a Mechanical Engineer with Stationary Equipment experience, to work with Uthmaniyah Gas Plant Engineering Division (UGPED), under Uthmaniyah Gas Plant Department (UGPD).
UGP was brought on stream in 1981 and the plant current processing capacity is 2.35 billion standard cubic feet per day (BSCFD) of associated and non-associated gas. The plant products are NGL, Sales Gas, Condensate and Liquid Sulfur.
The engineer will primarily responsible of the integrity of all stationary equipment plant wide. Also, provide a daily technical support to the plant operations, projects and T&I.
As a successful candidate, you should hold a Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.
You must have a minimum of 10 years’ experience in mechanical engineering specifically for stationary equipment.
You must have experience on all aspects of oil/gas plant mechanical engineering, maintenance and reliability.
You must have experience in current and classical stationary equipment, including; piping, valve and structure.
You should have strong knowledge on relevant international codes and standards.
Duties & Responsibilities:
You are expected to be able to perform the following:
Plan and provide work direction for preparation of designs, processes, and reports.
Support the development and formulate the economic basis for engineering studies by analyzing and evaluating all data pertaining to problems.
Discuss, coordinate and resolve problems with all shareholders (internally and externally). Act as technical consultant as required.
Develop solutions to non-recurring problems by analyzing, interpreting and evaluating data.
Conduct engineering studies/investigations/assessment to resolve/enhance UGP stationary equipment performance and reliability.
Design piping and pipe support systems including material selection.
Develop a Root Cause Analysis reports to investigate plant incidents using problem solving programs such as TapRoot.
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