30 Agustus 2007
Our Client, Premier Oil - Indonesia Operation, an international Oil & Gas
company located in Indonesia
is seeking for the following position :
Senior Production Chemist / Engineer (Chem-Eng)
* Must have 10 years plus proven experience in oil and gas
* Bachelor degree in chemical engineering.
* Hands-on experience in managing oilfield chemicals and corrosion
matters, scale control & treatment.
* Working knowledge of offshore operations, engineering and all
related matters e.g. equipment, materials procedures, safety, etc.
* Possess good knowledge of oil and gas standard chemicals used for
* Strong in surface production operation engineering skills.
Job Responsible :
Responsible for providing technical support in managing oilfield chemicals
and corrosion management activities on the Anoa field.
Interested candidates are requested to send in their complete CV as an
attachment in MS Word format only in English with current & expected salary
and recent photograph via email to :
Please put the position applied Chem-Eng on the subject line. Only short
listed candidates will be notified.
Thursday, August 30, 2007
30 Agustus 2007
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