TOTAL E&P UK is the fourth-largest operator in the UK sector of the North Sea, in terms of production and reserves and is one of the largest exploration and production subsidiaries of the TOTAL Group.Our challenge has always been to develop new, more efficient and cost-effective ways of optimizing the productivity of existing fields, maximizing the value of mature ones, finding and developing new reserves – and maintaining the focus on safety and environmental performance.
Process EngineerWork for a process engineer is mainly project orientated. Multi-tasking is vital with the engineers working on several different projects at one time, all of which are usually at different stages of development.They are responsible for developing innovative processes on installations, with the aim of increasing productivity and reducing costs. Health, Safety and Environment targets must also be incorporated when implementing new processes.More specifically, the Process Engineer may be asked to focus on product quality improvement, equipment reliability, site safety and technical support.Open to graduates/diplomates from: Chemical engineering Subsea Pipeline EngineerA Subsea Pipeline Engineer manages existing subsea pipelines and umbilicals and designs, commissions and constructs new subsea developments for future projects. This role includes the control, inspection and cost management of a development’s subsea features.Open to graduates/diplomates from, any relevant degree, which may include: Mechanical engineering Marine and pipeline engineering Control System and Instruments EngineerControl System and Instruments Engineers draw together multiple engineering disciplines. They provide engineering conceptual strategies, guidance and leadership in the engineering design of Control and Safety systems, also ensuring that all projects are delivered within specified limits of safety and schedule. Moreover, the Control System and Instruments Engineer will focus on delivered product improvement, reliability and especially site safety and technical support.Open to graduates/diplomates from: Instrumentation engineering Communications engineering Electronics engineering GeophysicistGeophysicists collect, analyze and appraise physical data about the earth with the aim of discovering commercially exploitable hydrocarbon reserves. They typically provide an ‘in-house’ service to assist business development and Reservoir Engineers.Open to graduates/diplomates from: A relevant undergraduate discipline With either: A postgraduate degree (MSc) in Exploration Geophysics A postgraduate degree (MSc) in Exploration Geoscience Geologist In the oil and gas industry, Operations Geologists collect and evaluate data to recommend if, when and where an exploratory well should be drilled, based on an expectation to find hydrocarbons. Drilling operations are very high cost, so large amounts of money can hinge on the information provided by a Geologist. They are also responsible for the identification of critical strata from the core samples, liaising with Drilling Engineers and Petroleum Engineers, and reporting back to management.Open to graduates/diplomates from: A relevant undergraduate discipline With either: A postgraduate degree (MSc) in Petroleum Geology A postgraduate degree (MSc) in Exploration Geoscience
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