Req Number: 17979BR
Uthmanyah Gas Plant (UGP) is looking to hire a process engineer to work with Engineering Division. UGP was brought on stream in 1980. The plant current processing capacity is 2.4 billion standard cubic feet per day (BSCFD) of associated and non-associated gas. The plant products are NGL, Ethane, Sales Gas and Liquid Sulfur.
You will process design modifications in utilities, gas treatment, gas handling or sulfur recovery facilities. Provide engineering analysis, design and control of assigned projects. The process Engineer shall check the plant performance to ensure it is running up to its design.
As a successful candidate you should have a BS in Chemical Engineering with (15) years of experience in relevant gas processing operation facilities in Oil/Gas Industry, knowledge and experience in software simulation programs such as HYSYS and promax and strong knowledge of engineering practices and economic principles, calculation methods, design details, and aware about the processing codes and standards.
You should have excellent experience and knowledge in design and modification, reviewing the standards and how to develop and evaluate studies
Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:
Handle process activities such as studies and design modifications in the operating facilities.
Develop simulation models for assigned operation facilities.
Develop, review and/or validate plant mass balances.
Check plant performance to ensure it is running up to its design.
Look for opportunities to optimize operations and implement them accordingly.
Use the software simulation programs such as HYSYS and promax.
Provide technical direction/support to in-Kingdom and out-of-Kingdom design contractors
Formulate and implement long-term strategies to improve operations and reduce costs
Lead groups of engineers in the shutdown and start-up phase of existing plants.
Participate in standards reviews to assure inclusion of requirements that are of practical benefit to field operation and maintenance in regard to safety and efficiency of the plant.
Provide guidance on standards development through technical committee participation. Interprets standards and recommends changes to reduce costs associated with overly stringent requirements.
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