About the Job
Situation in Organization :
Reports to : Subsea Manager
No direct reports within TEPNG organization but provides oversight to junior supervisors and offshore service contractor personnel
Service Dimensions :
This position is ’Safety Critical’ ’ : First contact in the ’Chain of Command’’ and occasionally acts as RSES-D for vessel operations.
Demonstrates personal and team commitment to Company policies, standards, codes of conduct and HSE requirements.
Accountable for the execution of subsea and XT operations and aspects of completion, interventions, work-over, and drilling operations, in compliance with codes of practice, safety and environmental protection, all while optimizing costs and lead times.
Up to $20M per well operation).
Directly responsible for up to 30 service contractor personnel depending on ongoing offshore operations.
Through a continual improvement of equipment, services and operational procedures directly contribute to the DCD cost savings and performance objectives.
Demonstrates personal commitment to TEPNG’s HSE Policy.
Maintains awareness of and ensures compliance with all relevant Statutory and Company HSE standards.
Actively participates in Company safety awareness / initiative schemes and audits to ensure the contractors under his / her responsibility are compliant.
Where applicable, is part of the on-site management emergency response team and provides technical knowledge
Ensures and verifies that a valid PTW has been compiled and put in place for each operational task, with all associated risks captured.
Ensures continuous reporting of safety and environmental concerns / incidents within his / her team.
Is certified (IWCF and COC) and contributes to the prevention of COMPANYs biggest industrial risk (Loss of well control / well blow out)
Acts as the Offshore Focal point : Safety, technical and operational leader for all subsea operations in OML 130 DW assets.
Service Content :
Oversees / supervises deep offshore (multi-million USD) deepwater Subsea operations on drilling rigs, OIMR & LWI vessels
Preparation, planning, optimization, execution and follow up of the Deepwater Subsea operations : Rig / vessel upgrade, Top hole (wellhead / PGB systems), Upper completions (Tubing hangers, SLS etc.
Well test and intervention : (EDP,LRP,TFA,IWOCS etc), Tree on wire operations TOW & Life of Field Support : (TRT, ART, Mini-WOCS, SCM & choke insert change out etc).
Leads all pre-Service meetings and tool box talks for subsea related operations
Provides financial oversight and responsibility for equipment, personnel and processes during the Service execution phase - responsible for up to 20MUSD operational spend for deepwater subsea operation.
Regularly acts as offshore interface focal point between DCD and other TEPNG departments (Field ops, GSR, ECP, HSE etc).
Ensures accurate operational reporting via the WELLVIEW system.
Ensures accurate operational and logistic planning by creating and distributing a structured planning document to all stake holders.
Thus organizing equipment and personnel movements in-line with the operational plan.
Mentors Junior supervisors and young engineers on offshore assignments.
Drives a LEAN and continuous improvement culture within his team offshore and communicates appropriately with the onshore team : Captures and communicates lessons learned with onshore, service company and other stakeholdersProvides input to the DW DCD KPI and CPI database, and benchmarks operations against ’best composite’’ performanceActively Participates in monthly performance meetings with the onshore teamCloses out any highlighted improvement actions.
Perform post Service closure : Operational debriefs and prepare report of lessons learned (continual improvement philosophy)Assist in preparation of handover and end of well reports (subsea section).
Ensure subsea completion data are properly entered and attachment joined in Wellview data base.
Occasionally Performs key onshore roles including : Writing operational reportsVetting / overseeing equipment testing and maintenance at ONSHORE SERVICE baseParticipating in HAZIDS / HAZOPS and onshore risk assessmentsParticipating in contractor site / process technical and safety auditsParticipate in contractors’ Service Quality & Contracts Review Meetings
Deep water environment (up to 1600m operation water depth) on a 6th generation drillship with high daily cost exposure ( $1.5m / day rig rate)
Works within and supervises multiple culturally and professionally transverse people.
Safety critical role (Training and certification allows direct involvement in major risk prevention - blow-out)
Transverse activities across all disciplines within DCD and ouside (HSE, projects,logitics, Field operations, ECP etc)
Safely and efficiently delivers subsea completions, interventions, clean-ups and Workovers operations
Key initiator and Implementer of performance and cost improvement processes, procedures and initiaitves.
Qualifications / Experience Required
Bachelor of Engineering / Tech or Diploma
Minimum of 5-15 years relevant technical experience and offshore subsea / intervention / completion roles
Experience in SPS equipment installation for main SPS contractors (Onesubsea, TechnipFMC, Aker Solutions) and sub-contractors such as Expro, Diamould & ROV tooling contractors.