Main missions

The Planning Engineer is responsible for creating and overseeing operational planning for oil and gas projects. This involves designing precise plans for operations, coordinating necessary resources, managing production schedules, handling risks, and ensuring compliance with safety and environmental standards. They must ensure efficient execution of activities while meeting project goals.

Job activities

  • Strategic Planning: Develop detailed plans for drilling, production, and field development operations.
  • Resource Coordination: Ensure proper coordination and allocation of resources such as manpower, equipment, and materials.
  • Production Schedule Management: Develop, manage, and optimize production schedules to meet project objectives and timelines.
  • Risk Analysis: Identify, evaluate, and mitigate potential risks associated with operational activities.
  • Performance Optimization: Analyze operational data to identify possible improvements and propose solutions for optimal performance.
  • Communication and Collaboration: Ensure clear and effective communication among multidisciplinary teams for successful plan implementation.
  • Supervision and Adjustment: Supervise plan execution and adjust strategies if necessary to meet project requirements.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Ensure compliance with safety, environmental, and regulatory standards.

Required skills

A Planning Engineer in the oil and gas sector must have the following skills:

  • Excellent planning and project management skills.
  • In-depth knowledge of oil and gas processes and technologies.
  • Ability to analyze data and make decisions based on thorough analysis.
  • Effective communication and teamwork skills.
  • Capability to manage priorities and adapt quickly to changes.

Mission offers

Posted 21 days ago

Head of Planning & Method

Oil & Gas Upstream
ID : 3172

The position involves overseeing the effective management of all maintenance activities at the HBR Project, ensuring compliance with the company’s Safety, Security, Health, and Environment (SSHE) policy. The role necessitates planning and coordination of resources, developing maintenance programs, and collaborating with various departments for streamlined operations. The ideal candidate should hold a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, possess a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a maintenance management capacity within the hydrocarbon production industry, and demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills in English and French.

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