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Requisition ID: 1409065
Req Number: 16836BR
We are looking for a Maintenance Reliability Engineer to join Hawiyah Gas Plant Maintenance Reliability & Technical Support Unit under Hawiyah Gas Plant Department (HGPD).
Hawiyah Gas Plant (HGP) was brought on stream in September 2001 as the first gas plant in Saudi Aramco that processed only non-associated gas. HGP current processing capacity is 2.5 BSCFD of feed gas and 240 MBD of Hydrocarbon condensate. HGP receives sour and sweet feed gas through two gas manifolds, Hawiyah and Haradh that have more than 200 wells connected to them from Hawiyah, Juaf, Uthmaniyah and Haradh fields
You will help with the continuity of providing technical support and work guidance to our young engineers, ensuring proper plant maintenance, effective analysis, inspection and troubleshooting of rotating equipment.
As a successful candidate you should hold a Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.
You must have a minimum of 10 years’ experience in the design, specification and troubleshooting of all aspects in rotating equipment such as gas/steam turbines, compressors and pumps.
You should have experience with international standards govern different types of rotating equipment.
You should have experience in vibration analysis, Root Cause Analysis (RCA) reporting, and establishing the machinery monitoring programs.
You should be Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) and TapRoot Analyst.
Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:
Participate in the development of design and installation specifications along with commissioning plans.
Participate in the development of criteria for and evaluation of equipment and technical suppliers and technical maintenance service providers. Develops acceptance tests and inspection criteria.
Provide input to a Risk Management Plan that will anticipate reliability-related, and non-reliability-related risks that could adversely impact plant operation.
Follow up on the area’s Equipment Monitoring Program (EMP) programs and trends.
Establish asset’s Fault analysis data base ensuring all data, drawings, and information are complete and all modifications are updated.
Investigate trips on critical/major equipment to identify root causes and recommend solutions to avoid recurrence.
Perform life cycle cost for bad actors and expensive repairs
Provide technical information for field repair backed up with equipment history, vibration data, and process data intended for area maintenance.
Randomly conduct a PM spot check of Mechanical PM Tasks to assure the quality of executing PM tasks. Highlight deficiency and inadequacy.
Review the Mechanical PM Defect Report and evaluate the required actions.
The Engineering & Project Management (E&PM) business line studies, plans and oversees the construction of the Company’s new facilities, including some of the biggest and most complex projects in the petroleum industry. Recently, Saudi Aramco completed the largest capital program in its history that included new or expanded oil, gas and petrochemical facilities, raising maximum sustainable crude oil production capacity to 12 million barrels per day and significantly increasing gas production and processing capacities. Among the recently completed projects was the largest crude oil increment in the history of the industry: Khurais, with a production capacity of 1.2 million barrels per day. More challenges lie ahead, with a slate of new or expanded oil, gas, refining and petrochemical projects in the works. E&PM also manages the Company’s Research & Development Center where scientists investigate topics such as the desulfurization of crude oil, advanced fuel formulations for next generation combustion engines, and reservoir nano-scale robots (Resbots™) for injection into reservoirs to record their properties.